Dining at Paradise Dynasty is akin to taking a step back to imperial China. Marvel at the opulence and majesty of the restaurant settings while immersing yourself in the finest of northern and southern China cuisine. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
10:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday
10:30 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
8 Flavour Xiao Long Bao Deep-fried Diced Chicken in Szechuan Style La Mian with Sliced Pork in Signature Pork Bone Soup Scrambled Egg White with Fish and Dried Scallop
Review (23)
Level3 2014-03-13
Good:- Ordered the mixed xiao long bao and they taste delicious! They even teach you what is the correct way to eat them.- Also ordered la mian. The soup tastes fragrant yet not too salty, while the noodle is silky and soft.- Comfortable ambience to enjoy dining.Not-so-good:- The queue is really long during meal times!Overall:Will return for the xiao long bao and la mian! continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-03
I love their wanton noodles. The wanton is juicy and big and the texture of the noodles is al dante, i do not like noodles that are too soggy. The soup base although look blend but it is quite tasty Most people will order the 8 flavors Xiao Long Boa, which consist of Foie Gras, cheese, Original, Ginseng, Black Truffle, crab roe, Garlic and Szechuan. My favourite is Foie Gras and Ginseng. This is a cold dish. Chicken with Chinese cooking wine. The meat of of the chicken is chewy, I do not like meat that are too soft like fish and the cooking wine enhance the flavour of the chicken Sliced pork with spicy garlic sauce. the pork is a combination of lean and fat meat, however it does not taste too fatty. It is boiled hence, the spicy sauce is needed to add flavours to the meant Fried red bean pastry. It is fluffy like soufflé and inside is red bean fillings and coated with icing sugar. It is not too sweet and the red bean filling is made with real mesh red beans and not instant canned beans. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-25
Recently, my friend and I are on the lookout for the best xiao long bao in Singapore which is why we went around trying different restaurants xiao long baos. Our next stop happens to be Paradise Dynasty, which, if I am not mistaken, is the restaurant that offered the colourful xiao long baos first. The tray of 8 xiao long baos, consisting of 8 different flavours: original, black truffle, cheese, garlic, ginseng, foie gras, crab roe and szechuan, costs $14.80. There are eight different flavours and we each ate 8 of them by ourselves. Personally, I felt that the taste of the different xiao long baos are not very distinct for certain flavours. If I were to eat the xiao long baos blindfolded, I wouldn’t have known that it was a different flavoured one. That said, certain flavours are more distinct. I loved the Szechuan and crab roe best. The Szechuan flavoured xiao long bao has a nice spicy taste to it which I love since I enjoy spicy food (though it is just a little hint of spice). The crab roe xiao long bao on the other hand, is especially fragrant as it as a hint of savouriness and sweetness from the crab roe. I found the cheese flavour to be distinctively weird as I felt the cheese did not go well with the soupy xiao long bao filling. I would say once you found out which flavour you enjoy, it will be better to just order one tray of that flavour since some flavours are just off. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-15
So one evening I suddenly had this strong craving for some good Xiao Long Bao (Steamed Soup Dumpling) and then I thought of the colorful ones served at Paradise Dynasty 2. Before reading their menu, we've ordered some good Water Chestnut ($2.40) & Barley ($2.40) to quench our thirst. The Signature 8 Dynasty Xiao Long Bao ($14.80) is said to be their key offering in their menu. From the original (white), sze chuan (pink), ginseng (green), crabroe (orange), garlic (grey), cheese (yellow), foie gras (brown) and black truffle (black), all of them were impeccably amazing flavours containing plump meat & delicious soup beneath. My favorite will always be the black truffle and foie gras because they have left me with an unforgettable taste. The restaurant also offers some good noodle dishes which made me ordered the Vegetable Pork Dumpling La Mian ($8.80). It may look bland and simple but one learning point about eating, never judge before trying! I enjoyed every bit of this. My eating buddy has also ordered the Shanghai Fried Rice ($10.80) and honesty, it's really good! The rice was really fragrant and flavoured along with good waxed meat and fresh shrimp. In addition to the excellent quality food, the service here can also make your day. Despite being busy with continuous incoming customers, the staff remain efficient in refilling our drinks while always wearing their smiles. Overall experience here was awesome and I'll be definitely missing their colorful Xiao Long Bao! continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-21
Just a normal dinner at Paradise Dynasty, we ordered 2 bowls of pork La Mian, 8 of the colourful xiao long bao, redbean/chocolate puff and osthamus jelly "soup" as desserts. Honestly, I felt the La Mian was really really normal, nothing special for the price (which I can get nicer ones from similar Chinese restaurants). The main highlight I feel was the colourful xiao long baos which comes in 4 different flavours - they even gave us this slip of paper that says which flavour to eat first in order to get optimum tasting experience. The desserts though were quite ok - the puff would be better with more filling; and I'm not a fan of the jelly so my boyfriend ate it. Would probably return if I am craving for the xiao long bao. There's even foie gras flavour too! continue reading
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