There’s regular siomai that’s great for days when you just want something quick, and there’s ultra-delectable dimsum for days when you want to treat yourself. These are the latter: Empress Dining Palace is celebrating its first anniversary by slashing 30% of their dimsum platters.


These platters boast of an array of bites that will make your mouth water, such as Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumpling with Crab Roe “Siew Mai,” Steamed Shrimp Dumpling “Hakau,” Steamed Shrimp and Spinach Dumpling, Steamed Cream Custard Bun with Salted Egg Yolk, and Steamed Shrimp and Scallop Dumpling with Crab Roe. It comes in small (P1,252+) and large (P1,752+, with Baked Bolo Porl BBQ Bun) options. 

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If you order tomorrow and your transaction goes beyond P2,000, you can also get to enjoy their Jumbo Steamed Soupy “Xiao Long Bao” for only P1. Definitely great for merienda!

These offerings are available for dine-in (remember to practice social distancing!) and pick-up (call 8292-0807 or 0915 543 1862). The Empress Palace is located along 7th Avenue at Bonifacio High Street, and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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