Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

The Em­pire Ho­tel Subang, a 198room bou­tique ho­tel strate­gi­cally lo­cated with easy ac­cess to neigh­bour­ing USJ, Shah Alam, Pu­chong, Ke­lana Jaya and Klang, makes for an ideal stay for business trav­el­ers to most of Se­lan­gor’s com­mer­cial and in­dus­trial ar­eas.

De­signed for the business trav­eler in mind, all of its rooms come equipped with in­di­vid­ual WiFi ac­cess and a sep­a­rate workspace, in ad­di­tion to the usual ameni­ties.

Take your taste buds on a culi­nary ad­ven­ture at Di Wei Chi­nese Cui­sine Restau­rant (non-ha­lal). Lo­cated at Level 1 of the Em­pire Shop­ping Gallery, Di Wei serves mod­ern Can­tonese cui­sine and is famed for its steamed, baked and deep-fried dim sum. Di Wei’s spe­cial­ties in­clude Pek­ing Duck, Braised Mar­ble Goby Fish with Iced Bean­curd, Roast Pork Belly.

For a fu­sion of flavours that leave you want­ing more, look no fur­ther than Kitchen Art Brasserie, lo­cated on the 2nd floor. The daily buf­fet is a gas­tro­nomic showcase of the chefs’ cre­ativ­ity in in­ter­na­tional, Asian and lo­cal fare.

The SHOUT Lounge, ad­join­ing the Kitchen Art Brasserie, is the per­fect place to un­wind after a long day. See and be seen at the bar where you can choose from an ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of wines, cock­tails, whiskies and beers. At SHOUT, it’s all about you. Em­pire Ho­tel Subang, Jalan SS 16/1, Subang Jaya (03 5565 1268) www.em­pire­ho­tel.com. my).

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