January 25, 2024

The Empress Dining Palace in BGC: Celebrating Cantonese Feasts Fit for Royalty

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  • Whether you’re celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year or just satisfying a casual craving for Chinese take-out, prepare yourself for a grand feast as The Empress Dining Palace serves hearty and flavorful Cantonese dishes fit for royalty!

    IMAGE from The Empress Dining Palace

    Established in September 9, 2019, The Empress Dining Palace, known to its beloved patrons as simply “The Empress”, has proven to stand the test of time, bringing in freshly-prepared, steaming Cantonese dishes to many Chinese nationals, Chinese-Filipino citizens, and Chinese food lovers alike.

    Now that celebrations are back in full swing, it’s high time you try their extensive menu of classic and innovative Cantonese dishes that are simply savory, tender, and delectable in the ambiance of their fine dining palace!

    The Main Dining Hall / IMAGE from The Empress Dining Palace 

    Live seafood takes center stage at The Empress’ Main Dining Hall, proving time and time again that freshness and quality are paramount in delivering an exquisite dining experience.

    Among these fresh offerings include the Alaskan King Crab, which can be steamed, served with cheese, or seasoned with salt and pepper, based on your preferences. Guests are encouraged to order in advance to ensure availability and a customized  fine dining experience.

    Alaskan King Crab / IMAGE from The Empress Dining Palace

    The Empress also offers the crowd favorite Roasting Specials including The Empress Peking Duck that can be served whole or can be enjoyed with its tender and flavorful breast meat wrapped around a traditional Chinese steamed pancake, best served with plum sauce on the side. Other roastings include The Empress Suckling Pig and Roasted Goose which we recommend you should also try.

    The Empress Peking Duck / IMAGE from Philippine

    Aside from these hearty roasting specials, the Cantonese fine dining restaurant also serves fresh and irresistible platters of dimsum, perfectly paired with tea. You may choose from their steamed pork and shrimp dumplings, steamed shrimp and spinach dumpling, chicken feet, and more!

    You may savor these at any time of the day, but preferably during breakfast as The Empress also offers an All-You-Can Dimsum every weekend, starting from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m!

    Dimsum Platter / IMAGE from Philippine Primer 

    Set meals for anniversaries, reunions, engagements, corporate meetings, and even the Chinese Lunar New Year are also available at The Empress Dining Palace, where you can celebrate in the comforts of their private rooms.

    Conference Room / IMAGE from The Empress Dining Palace

    Now, if you want to celebrate at home or in your office, you may also try their Hot Box Feasts! With its unique self-heating box, these Hot Boxes are inarguably genius in their design as it allows you to savor a delicious, piping hot Chinese feast anywhere you are!

    Hot Box Feast / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    There are certainly more must-tries in their extensive menu, fit for every occasion and milestones you want to celebrate with your friends, loved ones, and even business partners, so head on to The Empress, where every dish is a masterpiece of culinary art, fit for royalty!

    How to get here:

    • By car: The Empress Dining Palace is along Bonifacio High Street right along 7th street. There are parking spaces at 28th street across The Fort Strip or the 30th street across Track the 30th.
    • By commute: From Ayala BGC Bus station, take the Lower West route and go down the RCBC stop which is also at The Fort Strip. Walk along 5th ave. towards the Bonifacio Highstreet. Turn right at Central Square and continue towards The Empress Dining Palace would be on your right.

    General Information

  • G/F, C2 Building, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC, Taguig City
  • 0915-543-1862
  • 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday); 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday)
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  • Private Rooms:

    1. Private Room (semi-private) - maximum of 15 pax per table (Php 10,000 per table consumable)

    2. The Function Room- maximum of 48 persons (Php 20,000 minimum consumable per table)

    3. Conference Room- maximum of 16 pax (Php 30,000 consumable)

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