Paradise Dynasty is a casual dining restaurant by Paradise Group serving both northern and southern Chinese cuisine such as xiao long bao, la mian and the restaurant's signature pork bone soup. Dynasty promises to couple great food with great value in a grand alluring ambience.
I try this restaurant twice in a week bringing different group of my friends go.. We all really enjoy it. The waiter/waitress over there they are friendly and when we enter into the restaurant they show their wide smiles and greets to welcome us. It surprise me that when we enter in the restaurant, you will saw a BIG fish tank whereby the chefs are all inside cooking, making the xiaolongbao and perform the la mian for us. You also will see the tea master pouring tea for you.
As for the food there I like the most is the signature dishes of 8 different kinds of xiaolongbao, the side dishes there and so do the dessert as well. Whenever I think of it OMG!! OMG!! YUMMY!! The tastes of the xiaolongbao is realli unique and unforgettable.
The ambience there you might feel expensive but the prices of the food is AFFORDABLE. =] How should i say? The food there really worth the MONEY. You guys should really go and try it.
a friend bought lunch at paradise dynasty at level 4 ion orchard today on 29.9.2014. :-)
they do not take reservations so we arranged to go early at 11.45am to avoid, traffic, carpark issues & avoid queue.
we had 2 appetisers.
crystal pork (镇江淆肉) was competent, nothing special.
spicy dumplings (抄手) was good, guess no better than crystal jade lamian xiaolongbao.
the belly pork lamian was good! the soup was very tasty & smooth, the braised belly pork was excellent & the egg, noodles etc were all good. this was as good as a good japanese chashumen. :-)
we tried a poached sliced beef. it was pretty good, the usual tenderised beef.
ambience was good & there was a good lunch crowd though not full & there was no queue when we left about 130pm.
my friend ordered a pumpkin dessert. it was non-descript. i guess a “healthy” dessert.
there was a discount on some menu items under PGR (paradise gourmet rewards) + 30% rebates on non-discounted items. i think lunch came to about $50nett & there was a S$4.50 rebate. ok & doable lunch though nothing special.
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