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Steamed Shanghainese Dumpling

Price: RM9.00

iRate: 7/10

Remarks: I especially love it when the chef thoughtfully placed the steamed spinach underneath the Xiao Long Bao that makes it a perfect combo as well as different than those we usually eat.


Fried Honshimeji Mushroom with Fungus and Chinese Rice Wine

Price: RM16.00

iRate: 8/10

Remarks: I’ve always been a huge fan of black fungus, what more when there are fresh Honshimeji mushrooms to eat along with. A comfort dish, this is.


Chilled Japanese Beancurd with Tobiko and Oyster Sauce

Price: RM16.00

iRate: 8/10

Remarks: A spoonful of extremely smooth beancurd topped with flying fish roe for me nibble through as appetizer.


Pan-fried Meat Bun

Price: RM9.00

iRate: 7/10


Steamed Bun with Honey Barbeque Pork

Price: RM7.50

iRate: 7/10


Double-boiled Ginseng Soup with Spring Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous Rice

Price: RM45.00

iRate: 9/10

Remarks: Double-boiled and gently coaxed into nourishing broths, the chef featured premium ingredients such as ginseng and spring chicken, and are renowned for their myriad health benefits. Definitely an energising bowl of chicken soup to combat our daily fatigue.


Deep-fried prawns with cheese, salt and pepper.

Price: RM42.00

iRate: 7/10


Deep-fried Chicken Served with Mustard Sauce

Price: RM14.00

iRate: 8/10

Remarks: A delicious yet juicily tender piece of deep-fried chicken paired with a generous serve of mayonnaise chopped onions and slathered with the mouth-watering mustard sauce was indeed one of my favourite dishes of the night!


Braised Whole Abalone with Beancurd in Pumpkin Gravy

Price: RM10.00

iRate: 8/10


Stir-fried Shanghai Glutinous Rice Cake with Shredded Pork & Preserved Vege

Price: RM32.00

iRate: 9/10

Remarks: First time trying and it left me with a tummy full of tasty impression. So good I couldn’t had enough! Will definitely come back for more.

Evie and I happily enjoying our dinner in the hotel. She went for a new hairdo that day and I absolutely adore it!

What we do best after savouring a good set of Chinese dishes while waiting for desserts.

John joined the fun too!

My cuppa hot Chinese tea


Steamed Mini Custard Bun with Salted Egg Yolk

Price: RM6.00

iRate: 6/10

Remarks: Full-flavoured of green tea buns that featured an extremely creamy flow of custard and salted egg yolk that’s sinfully rich for treats. Yum!

Need I say more?

The Master Chef behind the scrumptious feast

Gorgeous interiou design to cap it off! :)

The Private Room

Where is 味 Di Wei Restaurant?

Empire Hotel Subang

Jalan SS 16/1, Ss 16, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

Tel: 03-5565 1388 (For Reservation)

Business Hours:
Weekdays: 12.00pm – 2.30pm
Weekends & Public Holidays: 11.00am – 2.30pm


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Thumbs Up! ;)

Eat Love Share, Esty.






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