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16 Oct 2012

Monday, 13 June 2011

Review: Grand Imperial Kitchen @ Empire Shopping Gallery

**Non-Halal**


We were in Empire Shopping Gallery for an early dinner after running some errands near by. As usual, it's never easy to decide where and what to eat so we both browsed around and stumbled upon Grand Imperial Kitchen. Took a peek at the menu and saw some set meals available so decided to give it a try.

After going through the long list of items on the menu, we decided to go for set meal as it's the easiest plus they came with a choice of drink which we both picked grass jelly in syrup. Other than noodles, they have rice dishes as well as roast meats.

Capt'n Hook picked an Egg Noodles with Minced Meat Sauce that came with a bowl of meat ball soup. I gave it a try and find the egg noodles were extra bouncy. When I checked, no wonder the noodles were so good as they're air-flown in from Hong Kong!

Egg Noodles with Minced Meat Sauce Set (RM13.80)

Sze Chuan Style La Mian with a fried egg served on a separate plate was my choice of order. The soup is kinda spicy, sour and lightly thickened with crushed peanuts. Managed to scooped up loads of minced meat and some shiitake mushroom slices. I find this was just so-so after tasting Capt'n Hook's yummy noodles.

SzeChuan Style LaMian with Fried Egg Set (RM13.80)

Our super value set costed us RM13.80 each, certainly value for money with the drinks  thrown in. Just wondering if their roast meats are anything better, perhaps we'll know the next time we drop by again.


Grand Imperial Kitchen
LG30 Lower Ground Floor
Empire Shopping Gallery
Jalan SS16/1
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor

5 comments:

Sean said...

looks like lighter, more fuss-free fare compared to the grand imperial outlets at bsc and hartamas =)

babe_kl said...

Yes Sean. I think this is the "express/fast food" outlet

UnkaLeong said...

I just had Canton-I for lunch, but the noodles in your picture look finer lor. Air-Flown from Hong Kong you say, do they pass the freight charges on to the customer? :)

babe_kl said...

Unka, the noodles here are bouncier than Canton-I which is also another of my fave place for noodles. Errrm RM13.80, I think got pass cost to us lor :p

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wow, this really look delicious. I would love to try the noodle too.