Emperors of China is known for its fine cuisine, created by Hong Kong renowned chef, Tony Wang. But it's most well known as one of Phnom Penh's best places for dim sum.
Emperors of China is an elegant restaurant, stylishly outfitted with Chinese painted screens, heavy black lacquered chairs and red lanterns hanging over white table-clothed tables offers a lengthy menu containing dozens of Asian specialties.
On the dim sum menu, you'll find steamed shrimp dumplings, crispy sesame balls with lotus seed paste, barbecue pork in puff pastry, pan-fried radish pudding and xiao long bao (juicy dumplings filled with pork and jellied stock).
You'll also find Peking duck, abalone, smoked pigeon with tea leaves, braised taro with pumpkin and sliced pork in garlic and chili sauce at Emperors of China.
Open at 7am daily and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.