A few of my friends and I wanted to experience the “grander” side of (an imperial) Chinese restaurant (cue the Star Wars’ emperor marching music in the background), so we had lunch at Grand Imperial Restaurant in Bangsar Shopping Centre, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. It was not only a fine experience but also a different one, as it was dim sum for lunch, not breakfast.
How to get there
📍 T5, Bangsar Shopping Centre, 285, Jalan Maarof, 59000 Kuala Lumpur
If you’re taking the train and riding on the MRT – stop at Pusat Bandar Damansara MRT. Then walk 650 meters up Jalan Maarof to Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC).
Alternatively, if you’re driving, you can park in the basement. Entry is paid parking.
Then in the mall, take the lift or escalator up to the 3rd floor on the newer section of BSC.
Grand Imperial Restaurant
Established since 2008, we are Malaysia’s leading company in the food & beverage industry and wedding services. We showcase a fleet of outstanding restaurants offering various culinary experiences, from Chinese delicacies to Chinese Dim Sum, BBQ, Seafood Steamboat, Hong Kong noodles, and tangy fresh seafood.
True to it’s name and the location it is in; it has a grand setup and feel upon entering the restaurant. Even the service and attention from the staffs makes one feel of importance.
The restaurant itself is very spacious, so you do not feel congested or in a very closed up environment.
Dim Sum for Lunch
From the dim sum menu, we had deep-fried prawn dumplings, deep-fried beancurd roll with prawns, deep-fried yam puff, radish cake, cheong fun with BBQ meat, baked egg tart, siew mai, mango pudding, and a few more dim sums.