The em­peror

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

Why Go

In­deed, its com­pre­hen­sive menu has ev­ery­thing that’s fit for a king and the most dis­cern­ing Chi­nese food­ies at com­pet­i­tive prices.

Tatler tips

The pre­dom­i­nantly Can­tonese menu is punc­tu­ated with re­gional Chi­nese and lo­cal in­flu­ences. A plus point is that the dishes are so deftly pre­pared that you'll hardly no­tice this is a pork-free Chi­nese restau­rant.

• For an ap­petite-whet­ting starter, try the crispy salt and pep­per white bait.

• The sig­na­ture baked cod is cooked to ten­der flaky per­fec­tion and topped with mush­rooms and cream.

• Those with a pen­chant for noodles should sam­ple the Can­tonese-style sang meen (fresh egg noodles) that’s cooked to al dente and paired with as­sorted seafood.

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