Dorsett Grand Subang’s The Emperor Restaurant has been well known for its delicious Dim Sum. While The Emperor Restaurant was currently under a phase lift renovation now, there were many Dim Sum’s fans who had requested Dorsett Grand Subang to reopen its Dim Sum’s offering as soon as they can. As their guest is their command, Dorsett Grand Subang had opened up for guests to dine in for their Dim Sums at its Cafe Aroma while waiting for The Emperor Restaurant to reopen after the renovation.
As dim sums lovers ourselves, we are excited about their reopening announcement. We had taken the opportunity to pay a visit to their Cafe Aroma to satisfy our carve for their dim sums. During our stay we had ordered its highlights dishes that we loved all these while; Siew Mai, Steamed Prawn Dumplings, Steamed BBQ Chicken Bun, Deep-fried Prawn Roll with Cheese, Squid ink Bun with Salted Egg, Steamed Rice Roll and Yang Chou Fried Rice.
Even though they have changed the location of their dining area, we realized that their dim sums were as good as before. We had a great time dining in for their dim sum and would definitely love to visit them again soon for another round of delicious dim sums prepared by its Chinese Restaurant’s Chef.
Besides the dim sum’s reopening, Dorsett Grand Subang is also preparing itself to welcome its guest to the hotel with Christmas feel during this festive season. Also, be impressed with its most valuable Crystal Christmas Tree at the center of the lobby.
While the pandemic is still happening, Dorsett Grand Subang had taken the opportunity of this season to offer festive goodies and Dorsett Festive Bears (priced at RM79.90 – bear comes with Santa’s sock, assorted cookies, Dorsett reusable bag, and selected Dorsett mini merchandise and RM49.90 – bear comes with Dorsett reusable bag) for charity at its Lobby Level. The sale of the festive bears will also be channeled to assist 19 of their associates that affected by the recent flood.