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Introduction
Char Siew is the specialty here at Roast Paradise which is is the newest char siew kid on the block. The baby of buddies Kai and Randall who are in their twenties, Roast Paradise stall is barely two months old. After a decade in the events industry, Kai and Randall took the leap of faith to start over as hawkers. They went to apprentice in one of Kuala Lumpur's top roast shops, "Famous Seremban Favourites" for 4 months. Quick to acknowledge that they are novice budding hawkers, Kai and Randall actively seek out customer feedback humbly and earnestly. Their char siew has already attained a commendable standard - it is delicious and already a stand out in the crowded field. If Kai and Randall continue to improve on their craft as they are doing, the sky is literally the limit for these young hawkers. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00-16:00
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Closed
Tue-Sun
11:00-16:00
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/roas.tparadise
Signature Dishes
Char Siew
Review (1)
Full Review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/roast-paradise-烧味天堂-at-old-airport-road-food-centreFollow Lepak With Yaops on Instagram and FacebookThere has been an emergence of youngsters venturing into F&B usually in cafes, restaurants and into hawker fare as well! Stated "Since 1970" (which I highly doubt it), Kai and Randall decided to make a career switch from sales to roast! Perhaps knowing the power of focus, Roast Paradise specializes only on Char Siew and Roasted Pork. That's right, no roasted duck, chicken nor braised eggs, only Pork. #soshiokporkIt's been awhile since their opening in August 2015 and business has increased steadily according to Randall.Unlike the typical roast stall with racks of meat dripping with gravy, Roast Paradise is rather 'clean' and the meat are nicely racked in standard portions. Apart from the normal individual order, additional portions comes in 100 grams, 200 grams and etc. as a form of standardization.The part used for Char Siew is definitely unlike the regular cut. Wanted to ask Randall about it, but he was busy entertaining the lunch crowd and it eventually slipped my mind too. Translucent fat, deeply marinated meat, caramelized crispy outside with charred edges.Verdict: 3.5/5 for taste and 5/5 for presentation. Fatty Cheong and Nan Xiang are still my to-go places for Roast Meat! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)