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(Closed) Paradise Inn (樂天客棧)

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Paradise Inn offers a 3-in-1 concept. A restaurant offering classic Cantonese cuisine, a tea house serving a wide array of tea, and dessert house with 10 different kinds of highly sought after traditional desserts.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 21:30

Sat & Sun: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 63365168
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• 07 Jul 2012 • 578 reviews • 20 followers

Best (and only good) part about this chain is the double boiled soups

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Paradise Inn recently rolled out very value-for-money set meals, where the daily soup, 3 mains, dessert and drinks are priced at only $38.80 for 2 to 3 persons. There are also a variety of set meals for up to 10 diners. The restaurant consequently seems a lot more occupied ever since they started offering this promotion.

We had:

1) 'Hua Tiao' Drunken Chicken ($8): makes for a nice appetizer with its refreshingly chilled temperatures and clear, simple flavours of the Chinese wine seasoning the poached chicken thigh. Too bad the chicken wasn't moist or tender enough

2) Braised Homemade Tofu in Claypot ($10.90) with golden enoki mushroom and minced meat: best thing about this is the silkiness of the plain beancurd. That said, this was an alright dish

3) Deep Fried Shishamo ($10): Unfortunately, this was battered too much and doused in way too much salad sauce

4) Imperial Pork Ribs ($10.90) were pretty commendable, moist and tender and coated lightly with a sweetish sticky oyster-sauce and tomato based sauce

5) Sauteed Leather Jacket Fish ($14.90) in black bean sauce: Hated the coriander added to this, which totally spoiled it for us. Even the liberal sprinkling of chili padi couldn't musk the taste of the awful herb. Or that the fish had muddy overtones and was overcooked

6) Double Boiled Pig Stomach Soup ($14.90 per pot) with spare ribs and white pepper: my favourite for its stomach-warming, peppery tones and just pure comfort factor.
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