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Canton Paradise (112 Katong) (乐天小香港)

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Indulge in authentic Cantonese and all day dim sum at Canton Paradise, a casual Hong Hong-style eatery presented by the Paradise Group of Restaurants. Canton Paradise offers a tantalising menu of Cantonese delights that include succulent raoast meats, congee, dim sum and noodles.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 22:00

Sat, Sun &: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 63448201
$25 based on 48 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Children/Family (5 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes)
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enjoyed our meal so much!

Must try their Pork with honey sauce. The other foods we had were good too. Must give this restaurant a try the next time you decide to eat put.

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• 26 Nov 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

enjoyed our meal so much!

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Must try their Pork with honey sauce. The other foods we had were good too. Must give this restaurant a try the next time you decide to eat put.
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• 31 Aug 2013 • 179 reviews • 5 followers

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The only perk is that they serve dim sum for dinner, which is quite a rare thing as most dim sum restaurants stop serving dim sum after lunch. However, I assure you, the only perk ends there.

The egg tart was hard and cold and it lacked the usual flaky crust that I enjoy. The char siew baked bun was probably the only thing in the entire meal that was passable. The crust was kind of thick but it tasted pretty all right. 

The shrimp dumpling (har gao) had a very thick "skin" and the prawn within was not big and juicy like how good dim sum should be. The fried shrimp roll was very dry and I had the same grouse about the prawn - it was not juicy at all! The cheong fun (rice roll) was average but really, how could you go wrong with rice rolls. I felt that the glutinous rice in lotus leaf and E-Fu noodle were both average.


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• 06 Jul 2013 • 5 reviews • 1 follower

Good service and Good food!

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Really love to come here with my bf. think today will be probably our 5th or 6th time in less than a year! It's quite rare for us to patronize a restaurant so frequent since we love to try new places everytime. We love coming back here for meals not only because the food is good (not fantastic but good enough), but the service was really good! The very first time we step foot here at 112 Canton, this service manager, Bryan Lee Koon Sing, has been making our dining experience so fun and relaxed. He loves to joke, keep us entertained whenever he's available, and always make sure we enjoy the food well! So thankful for him! I seriously think if there's any good F&B award, and I know n can vote, I would vote for him!! Good job, Bryan! Continue being a joy to the customers who patronize!
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