Before this pandemic, I used to have regular dinner dates with my parents. We’d often try new restaurants, even if we have to go all the way to Bonifacio Global City (from Novaliches), or revisit our favorites-.
The last time we were in BGC last year my mother saw then newly opened “The Empress Dining Palace” and we promised to try it out the next time.
Unfortunately, because they are both seniors, I don’t think dining out with them would be possible or safe anytime soon.
Its hard to believe that its already been a year and that The Empress Dining Palace is celebrating its first anniversary this month.
I got a delivery of their luscious Baked Bolo BBQ Pork Bun the other day, and it was so good it made me wanted to drive to BGC and order a few more boxes. And that’s exactly what my partner and I plan to do next week, after seeing their anniversary specials!
In celebration of a year of serving authentic Chinese cuisine and preserving the affluent Chinese tradition, the fine-dining restaurant is offering royal deals and a special gift on its anniversary week.
From September 3 to September 9, their delectable dimsum platters are on a 30% discount, letting friends and family relish in their small dimsum platter for only P1,252+ and large dimsum platter for only P1,752+.
Both platters feature dimsum delights – Steamed Pork & Shrimp Dumpling with Crab Roe “Siew Mai,” Steamed Shrimp Dumpling “Hakau,” Steamed Shrimp & Spinach Dumpling, Steamed Cream Custard Bun with Salted Egg Yolk, and Steamed Shrimp & Scallop Dumpling with Crab Roe while only the large dimsum platter includes Baked Bolo Pork BBQ Bun.
This deal is available for dine-in and pick-up orders as well as through the EmpressExpress, the Empress Dining Palace’s official delivery brand, and service, bringing the feast to your doorstep.
Maybe we’ll go on September 8 or September 9, just to get the Empress’ crowd favorite Jumbo Steamed Soupy Pork “Xiao Long Bao” for only one peso (Php1) for every P2000 worth of transaction and get this special rat plush toy exclusively made for the Chinese restaurant and just get my parents some delicious takeout!!
Driven by its commitment to share the Chinese culture and its golden values through great food, the Empress Dining Palace is passionate in being a medium for friends and family to have a stronger connection and to support one another, especially now that the situation is not the most ideal.
“Our journey towards our first anniversary was fraught with challenges, especially during this pandemic. But through our collective efforts, we are grateful to reach one year of sharing the genuine flavors of Chinese cuisine to our patrons,” shared Aida Velasco, Chief Operating Officer of the Empress Dining Palace. She added, “Dimsum is at the heart of Cantonese cuisine, and what is a better way to thank our patrons than treating them with their favorite dishes.”
The Empress Dining Palace continues to bring people together over a shared, authentic Chinese fine dining experience safely and responsibly by observing strict precautionary measures within the establishment, ensuring the health and protection of guests and staff.
The Empress serves an extensive menu of classic Cantonese cuisine and selected dishes from the Northern region, from mouth-watering appetizers and savory, tender meats, down to its highly-prized seafood roster and dimsum. It also offers an impressive range of refreshments and desserts, providing satisfaction and delight that cuts across all ages.
Safely feast with The Empress Dining Palace located at 7th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street, BGC, Taguig City. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Last order is at 6 p.m. Orders for pick up and delivery may be placed by calling 8292-0807 or 0915 543 1862. Also available via Foodpanda and GrabFood.
For more information and promos on The Empress Dining Palace, check out its official Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/empressdiningpalace or Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/empressdiningpalace .
Which dish has got you hungry? Are you planning to head over to The Empress Dining Palace this week?