Dine with imperial splendor at Red Emperor at Southbank! With its views of the Yarra river and Melbourne city skyline, Red Emperor gives diners that high-and-mighty feeling while they indulge in delicious Chinese cuisine. The menu is comprehensive, with a fantastic selection of both traditional and modern dishes to please all palates. Daily Yum Cha is also available, so you can feast till you’re full with family or friends. Now located on level 2 of the Southgate Complex, Red Emperor is elegant without being fussy. It’s quality service and knowledgeable staff makes dining a delicious pleasure.
First Section: 10:30am – 12 Noon: Normal Yum Cha Or Full A-La-Carte Menu. Second Section: 12:15pm – 1:45pm:Yum Cha All You Can Eat @60.00 for Adult: @40.00 Children Under Age 12, @20.00 Children Under Age 6 Or 5 Courses Banquet @70.00 for Adult: @40.00 for Children. Third Section: 2 pm – 3:30pm...
Join their makers to unveil the secrets behind these iconic boutique Yarra Valley wineries and savour these exclusive wines with a sumptuous dinner. Special prices available on the night to purchase a mix case of these vinous treasure.
RED EMPEROR CHINESE RESTAURANT & AUSPICIOUS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD Proudly Present Chinese Calligraphy Night on Tuesday, 25th August, 2015. Red Emperor Chinese Restaurant in Southgate has announced a night of historic significance when three great Chinese Calligraphers will present six pieces of their works to be auctioned off, with proceeds to be donated to beyondblue.
The Qixi Festival also known as the Double Seventh festival falls on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month. Known as the Chinese Valentine’s Day, this festival originated from the romantic legend of two lovers, Zhinv (Weaver girl, symbolising Vega) and Niulang (Cowherd, symbolising Altair).
Red Emperor is proud to be associated with the ‘Timeless Melody’ concert by Russian trained Chinese violinist Zhongguo Sheng and his wife, Japanese pianist Hiroko Seta.
JD.com Team at Red Emperor.