Paradise Dynasty

by - January 16, 2017

First opened on 15 September 2010, Paradise Dynasty is a casual dining concept by Paradise Group that dishes up an affordable selection of northern and southern Chinese cuisine at seven restaurants in Singapore, with overseas presence in Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.

With this new concept, we want to provide diners with a valuable dining experience that comprises affordable food in a mesmerizing setting located at a prime location." - Eldwin Chua (Paradise Group CEO) 

Pushing the envelope on culinary creativity and innovation in Chinese cuisine, Paradise Dynasty is proud to present eight first-of-its-kind types of xiao long bao (小笼包) such as black truffle, foie
gras, garlic, ginseng, cheese, Szechuan and crab roe. Not your typical run-of-the-mill varieties, these inventive flavours are created by Eldwin and the team of chefs after many rounds of tasting and testing. Customers can enjoy these eight tantalising flavours in a specialty sampling basket of 8 pieces.

1.     Original
Enjoy these traditional xiao long bao featuring fresh pork filling in a sweet soup broth 
2.     Ginseng
Relish the soothing herbal goodness of this ginseng and pork soup dumpling 
3.     Foie Gras
A touch of French luxury is married perfectly with this traditional Chinese delicacy 
4.     Black Truffle
Feast on the unmistakable plush aroma and taste of black truffle in this luxurious treat 
5.     Cheese
A novel combination that features the silkiness of cheese – a sure hit with all ages 
6.     Crab Roe
These morsels are infused with pork and delicate crab roe 
7.     Garlic
A simple twist on the traditional xiao long bao by just adding fragrant garlic 
8.     Szechuan
Spice up your palate with the subtle heat from a touch of chilli oil and peppercorns 

Aside from their famous Xiao Long Bao, fellow Mom friends and I were also able to sample flavorful  items from the menu of Paradise Dynasty that left us wanting more! :)

One of my ultimate favorite appetizer is the cold jelly fish with chili! Yum Yum yum! I can finish two bowls of this if given the chance. 

scrambled egg white with fish and conpoy

La Mian 
Selection of silky handmade la mian
Another highlight of Paradise Dynasty is the wide selection of la mian (hand-pulled noodles) that are freshly made expertly in full view of diners in the open kitchen. A truly comforting staple in Chinese cuisine, these fine and silky threads are then served with an assortment of soups, sauces and ingredients. Highly recommended are the la mian with sliced pork in signature pork bone soup, la mian with braised pork belly in signature pork bone soup, and the piquant la mian with poached marbled beef in Spicy Szechuan soup. A lot of attention is lavished on the signature stock which uses ingredients like pork bone, pork ribs and whole chicken, and simmered over slow fire for 12 hours before being served.

Shanghainese dim sum and comfort food
Equally enticing are the affordable range of Shanghainese dim sum with the likes of the light and flaky radish pastry and pork dumplings with hot chili vinaigrette. The extensive menu also showcases a selection of appetizers that range from chilled assorted eggs loaf in Yang Zhou style to the classic drunken chicken.

Perfect for sharing with friends or family are the variety of wok-fried meat, seafood, vegetable and rice dishes. Definite crowd pleasers include the spicy Szechuan crispy chicken and scrambled egg white with fish and conpoy. Do leave room for unique desserts like chilled glutinous rice roll topped with grated nuts, pan-fried pancake with red bean paste and glutinous rice dumpling in fermented rice wine.

Dine in and savor the world's first 8 international flavored xiao long bao, handmade silky la mian and exquisite Chinese cuisine at Paradise Dynasty's newly opened store at the 2nd level of S Maison at the Conrad, Mall of Asia. :)

Artsy Ava

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