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6546 2711
Paradise Inn brings the sweet taste of a long-forgotten era into a concept of a restaurant, teahouse and dessert house all rolled into one. For those who simply love Chinese fare, Paradise Inn serve some of the best classics along with double-boiled soups and fusion dishes, making the restaurant an ideal choice for casual meals among friends and family. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Open Till Late
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Signature Dishes
Braised Vermicelli with Pork Trotters Cereal Prawn Crisp-fried Shrimp Paste Chicken Herbal Tea
Review (11)
Level4 2013-09-20
Paradise Inn is one of the brands under the Paradise Group. Paradise Group has come a long way. Back then in 2002, it was located in a coffee shop in the industrial estate at Defu Lane. Today, Paradise Group has expanded rapidly over a short span of time to more than 30 restaurants with 8 different concepts. In addition, they have breached into the overseas market with 9 restaurants in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and China. Always good to hear that a Singapore brand has set foot into the overseas market.Paradise Inn's concept is to replicate the concept of inn (tea house), restaurant and dessert house, and at the same time offer authentic and value for money food. Paradise Inn at Changi Airport Terminal 1 is the largest outlet under the Paradise Group with a capacity of more than 150 seats.As we visited the restaurant at 945pm on a weekday, the restaurant was relatively empty. Although the restaurant closes at 11pm, the last order is at 10pm.The Braised Peanuts $1.50, a common common starter at Chinese restaurants was highly addictive. Once you start with one, it would be hard to stop.There were a variety of floral and herb fruit-infused hot teas to choose from as its concept was a tea house too. We chose the Jasmine, Osmanthus, Dried Longan & Chrysanthemum Tea which cost $3.80 per person. Its benefit includes nourishing the heart, improving the immune system and strengthening eyesight. With the tea candle below, the tea was kept warm at all time. The Jasmine, Osmanthus, Dried Longan & Chrysanthemum Tea was light and refreshing. Tea lovers would love this!The La Mian with Beef Brisket Soup $10.80 came in either spicy or non-spicy version. The partner ordered the non-spicy version. The beef was tender and the broth was rich and tasty. A plus point to mention would be that the soup was not oily.I ordered the La Mian with Shredded Pork and Preserved Vegetables $7.80 in Signature Pork Bone Soup which was served with half an onsen egg. The la mian was quite good; smooth and springy. The broth was tasty and had the preserved vegetable (Sze Chuan vegetable) flavour was infused in the broth. Kudos to the chef for the execution as the broth was not overly salty, which is normally the case when preserved vegetable is used. Furthermore, the onsen egg was surprisingly very well executed!We were so glad to enjoy such delicious Chinese cuisine the moment we arrived in Singapore! Home sweet home. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-17
The paradise group is a largely confusing one, because they all sell similar food like seafood. Also, I couldn't quite remember paradise inn for its' name because all I had in my head was 'Canton Paradise'.Seafood has never been my desire, but for the fact that my cousin was leaving Singapore soon and would crave some Asian seafood, we decided to satisfy her craving with paradise inn. This Ee-mian, topped up with hmm, I can't remember if it was lobster or tiger prawn, was satisfying to my tummy, though it became quite dry in the middle of it.This is highly recommended, with all the four side-dishes, and the eggs at the bottom of the hot plate really improved the taste to my taste buds!The cuttlefish with kangkong green leafy vegetables to try and balance our meal so that we can feel healthier Overall, it was less expensive than i thought because they were having a promotion! We spent about less than $50, though I can't remember the exact pricing continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-23
I was craving for some chinese food and was at Terminal 1, so I decided to drop by Paradise Inn for its fried rice with seafood. It's a rather large bowl, and the fried rice comes with bits of scallops and prawns, which added flavour to the whole dish. Roe was also added into the rice which enhanced its fragrance. However, it was quite evident that even during off-peak hours (5pm), they were shorthanded and it took quite long for them to attend to me. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-06
I was at the airport after picking up my family and we ventured here for dinner. The fried rice was done well (up to the good chinese fried rice standard), it had bits of fresh scallop, prawns and some fish roe in it. Not too sure what lends the yellow color to the rice, but it appears to not have affected the taste. A tad expensive for fried rice, but guess that's for the seafood in it.- Supreme fried rice with seafood ($12.90)The sweet and sour pork was pretty good as well, crispy on the outside and juicy within. - Sweet sour pork ($10.90)I loved the generous amount of sauce given for the zha jiang la mian. Thankfully it was not too salty and had just the right balance of taste to it. Very good to slurp along with the noodles.- Zha Jiang La Mian ($7.50)My hubby had the beef shank la mian and loved the soup which was probably stewed with pork bones. He has a lighter taste palette than me, thus it suited him nicely. For me personally, I would have preferred a stronger taste to the soup. The beef shank pieces were braised till tender and were tasty.- Beef Shank La Mian ($10.80)Well, the next time I'm back at the airport, I'll definitely pop by again continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-21
I was looking for some "mainstream" yet affordable meal at Terminal 1, but sadly there weren't many choices to choose from, even though my friends and I stood for 10 minutes in front of the Directory contemplating our choices.In the end we went for Paradise Inn because it was the most mainstream and relatively least exorbitant of the whole lot.And so we were seated in the restaurant, ready to place our orders. But to our dismay, we spent a good 10 minutes flailing our arms and calling out to the staff before somebody came by to take our orders. =(Steamed PeanutsOne of my favourite appetizers! The soft and savoury peanuts never fail to whet my appetite.Sauteed Kang Kong with Fermented Beancurd Paste, $12.90 (M)I love the crunchiness of the kang kong, but I guess I'm not a big fan of the fermented beancurd paste. The taste of the whole dish was screaming of fermented beancurd paste, but I feel it lacks depth - particularly the fragrance factor. I'll probably stick with sambal kang kong next time. I also find the portion too little for a medium-sized dish.La Mian with Beef Brisket Soup (Spicy), $10.80I actually like it that the soup was tasty yet very light, so it makes eating this la mian very enjoyable. The beef fats from the brisket tasted good, but there was just too much of it. Only trace amounts of beef meat were available. Halfway through, I had to scoop away all the fats because too much of it just took the joy of this dish away.La Mian with Dan Dan Sauce, $7.80Dandan la mian dishes don't come with ingredients, so I feel that the gravy becomes the most important factor for determining the merit of this dish. In this case, the gravy tasted pretty ok. There was a distinct peanut taste, which was good, but other than that, I feel that this dish too, lacks depth. Other than peanut, I couldn't make out any other taste in this. The chilli oil was another factor that made me leave this dish halfway, because I didn't like it that it kept curdling too quickly even when I was constantly eating and stirring, and that it formed an oil slick on my tongue.Chilled Mango Sago, $4.00My favourite dish in the entire meal! The chilled mango sago was sweet, thick and delicious. When I ate it, it sent this really relaxing sensation down my throat, and helped counter the oil slick leftover from the dandan la mian. I liked it, but the downside - only 1 small cube of real mango given. They could do with just a little more generosity.After our meal, we requested for the bill, only to have the staff demand "give me your credit card", returning 5 minutes later, shove us the bill with "nah! sign here!" while pointing to the signature column. continue reading
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