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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Emperor Q by MOF @ Pavillion KL

While looking for a restaurant for lunch in Pavilion, we came across Emperor Q. And I said, Look!! Look at the desserts displayed! It's almost same as MOF Japanese Sweets & Coffee, the dessert house opposite Emperor Q! Out of curiosity, we decided to do lunch at Emperor Q. Then, I looked around and I saw Emperor Q by MOF!!

Emperor Q @ Pavilion KL
A well renovated restaurant that provides a perfect dining ambience. With their attractive menu and food display sets at the entrance of the restaurant, Emperor Q, invites everyone to feast like a Japanese/Chinese emperor!

Click in to view their recent promo!
Emperor Q offers a wide selection of food like and every page of the menu looks attractive. These are the selections of food offered by Emperor Q:
  • Salads
  • Emperor Dragon & Emperor Roll
  • Oriental Handroll & sushi
  • Ala carte- deep fried dishes
  • Ala carte- flaming claypot dishes
  • Soups
  • Porridge- looks good!
  • Hot stone- rice serve in hot stone with different selections
  • Rice meal- rice serve with a dish
  • Hot Noodles-Noodles served in soup with different selections (chicken, prawn or pork)
  • Cold noodles-Noodles served cold
  • Set Meals Hot plate-1 hot plate dish + 1 dish served with rice and sauces
The filling and toppings Emperor Q used to prepare the sushi and hand rolls are quite exclusive like char siew (BBQ pork) and roasted pork. If you are sushi lover, you might want try this out! It's tempting but we didn't order any . It's alright, there will always be a second visit! So what's for lunch?

Hot Noodles Served with Fried Chicken
I am not so sure if this is vermicelli (mian xian) also known as longevity noodles, but, it is referred as 面线 (mian xian) in their menu. The noodles are not in thin strands but has a smooth texture. The noodles are served in a bowl of sweet yet not salty and slighly herbal tasted soup topped with fried small anchovies, and choy sum. With or without the fried chicken, my bowl of hot noodles is good enough and satisfy me much.

Cold noodles- Minced pork & prawns
The noodles are served cold. Obviously, I don't like food served cold (how about sushi?) but this is acceptable. Tried a small scoop, yeap! the noodles are cold but toasting the noodles with the minced pork sauce, the noodle dish has it's own outstanding character. You may top up only @ RM 2.00 for Emperor Q's signature steamed egg in cuo (Cawan Mushi).

Long Jin Set @ RM 8.00- My set of tea
Emperor Q, passionately designed for the love of food, a restaurant where you will feast your senses on the treasure of Chinese and Japanese food and desserts. Desserts by MOF- must try!

Citibank credit card holder:- From now until April 30 2009, spent at least RM 100 and above, and enjoy 20% discount at Emperor Q. A complimentary pot of Chinese tea will also be served.


Emperor Q @ Pavilion KL
Level 1, Lot 1.02. 00 & 1.66.00
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 012- 322 6310

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