LONDON, March 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Grand Imperial restaurant, located in Guoman Hotels' The Grosvenor Hotel, has launched a new express Dim Sum lunch.
Grand Imperial restaurant, located in the iconic The Grosvenor hotel, has launched a new Express Dim Sum Lunch to offer central London business people a new way to meet and 'do lunch' in the capital.
Helping put delicious Dim Sum back on Victoria's culinary map, the restaurant's Express Dim Sum Lunch offers local businesses the ideal sanctuary to impress and host smart business lunches.
Diners can choose from the exclusive menu offering five dishes from an assortment of Steamed or Fried Prawn, Pork Foie Gras and Beef or Vegetarian Dumplings as well as Rice Rolls and Glutinous Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf.
If that doesn't whet customers' appetite enough the restaurant has a complete selection of mouthwatering Lunch Dim Sum parcels beautifully prepared by Chinese culinary genius Chef Leung in authentic Hong Kong style and contemporary edge. Diners can also choose from Chef's steamed or fried dumplings which include specialties such as 'Steamed Barbequed Honey Glazed Pork Bun', 'Pan Fried Foie Gras and Beef Dumpling', 'Stir Fried Turnip Cake with Egg', Bean Sprout and XO Chilli Sauce and 'Prawn Dumpling in Spicy Soup'.
Mark Wood, Restaurant Director for Grand Imperial, said: "Grand Imperial is on the doorstep of one of London's busiest travel hubs -- Victoria Station -- so we are able to offer an ideal meeting point whether it's to catch up with busy colleagues or to host more important client meetings over lunch. For more intimate affairs we have added to our fine dining experience with an exclusive private dining room."
Seating up to 20 people, the private dining room at Grand Imperial offers an elegant and intimate space, perfect for hosting anything from a small confidential meeting or a long boardroom lunch to a prestigious corporate dinner party.
Located within London Victoria's landmark heritage hotel, The Grosvenor, Grand Imperial London is the pinnacle of Cantonese cuisine in London and the secret is all in the preparation. Dishes at Grand Imperial are created with contemporary flourish using only the finest seasonal ingredients sourced both locally and internationally to guarantee freshness and quality to pleasure every palate.
Grand Imperial's new Express Dim Sum Lunch menu is available Monday to Friday between 12pm - 3pm.
About the Grand Imperial Restaurant:
Owned by Rand Cheung, Grand Imperial Restaurant is one of Malaysia's leading restaurant groups with a premium reputation, specializing in Fine Cuisine. Established in 2008 with its first restaurant in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, the company now has a total of 4 restaurants including London's Grand Imperial Restaurant at The Grosvenor hotel Victoria.
The Grand Imperial Restaurant represents Chinese culinary art prepared in the grandeur and extravagance befitting a royal palette. Complemented by warm service and grace, guests can savour the flavours and textures of fabulous dishes prepared with passion from a team of master chefs.
About The Grosvenor Hotel:
To become the fifth London hotel in the Guoman collection, The Grosvenor hotel is located on the doorstep of Victoria Station. The hotel is currently undergoing an 18million pound refurbishment which will see the complete redesign of the entire property, including bedrooms, public areas, restaurants and bars.
About Guoman Hotels:
Guoman Hotel Management Limited operates two hotel brands within the UK market; Guoman Hotels, an exclusive collection of deluxe hotels located in central London and Thistle Hotels, a chain of quality full service hotels in the UK's major cities.
Guoman Hotel Management Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GuocoLeisure Ltd, part of the Hong Leong Group which has hospitality and leisure businesses across the globe with hotels in Europe, USA, Australasia and Asia.
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