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Paradise Inn (313@somerset)

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Paradise Inn is another concept by the Paradise Group; a casual dining concept that offers classic Cantonese cuisine.

 To offer the full spectrum of dining, Paradise Inn offers a 3-in-1 concept.

 Firstly, Paradise Inn offers classic Cantonese dishes that bring back the good, old days. With savory good food, no Cantonese meal is complete without a pot of nourishing soup. Paradise Inn offers 10 different types with health enhancing qualities using authentic and the freshest ingredients for maximum goodness.

 Secondly, a Tea House that serves an exciting array of fruit, herb or floral infused teas with health aiding properties. The drinks menu also offers Hong Kong styled iced milk tea as well as many local favorites.

 Last but not least, a dessert house with 10 different kinds of highly sought after 'tong shui' aka traditional desserts. These desserts are made the traditional way by our own Chefs in-house and will sweeten your hearts and seal the deal for every meal.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 22:00

Sat, Sun &: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67330348
$37 based on 21 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Ala Carte (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
Jaslyn G

Paradise Inn

The dishes were mostly average-tasting and their only highlight would be their double-boiled soups and their fried rice. Honestly speaking, it felt like tze char with a better environment. 

Service was efficient and the place was generally quite empty on weekday nights. Price-wise, it was reasonable for a restaurant in town, but if you only consider the price and taste, it's probably not worth it.


Full review: http://awwsnapz.blogspot.sg/2014/10/paradise-inn.html

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05 Dec 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Paradise Inn

The dishes were mostly average-tasting and their only highlight would be their double-boiled soups and their fried rice. Honestly speaking, it felt like tze char with a better environment. 

Service was efficient and the place was generally quite empty on weekday nights. Price-wise, it was reasonable for a restaurant in town, but if you only consider the price and taste, it's probably not worth it.


Full review: http://awwsnapz.blogspot.sg/2014/10/paradise-inn.html
Set meal - Main dish, with 2 side dishes on the left and bowl of soup on the right
25 Sep 2014 • 172 reviews • 2 followers

Good Variety of Set Lunches

One afternoon, I was out with colleagues along Orchard Road and we chanced upon this restaurant offering a set lunch that includes 2 side dishes and a bowl of soup with your own choice of main dish. The price is around $10, depending on your choice of main dish.

For the side dishes, we had some poached lettuce with oyster sauce and a crab cake topped with wasabi mayo and strawberry. The soup was boiled old winter melon soup.

My colleague and I agreed to order 2 sets and that way we could sample two different dishes. We ordered:
- Pork - Rib 'King' (Pai Gu Wang): With plain rice at the bottom of the granite hot pot, the fried pork with tomato based sauce sat atop the rice. The pork was flavourful. 
- Seafood Hor Fun: Served in a granite hot pot, it kept the noodles warm. Topped with a raw egg, we mixed the egg into the noodles before tucking in. It was not bad.

If you are looking for another lunch option, you can consider this restaurant for lunch.


26 Feb 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Soup

Visited this 313 branch for many times. Love the soup and Sweet & Sour Pork with Lychee!

But lack of variety and was hoping they change the menu a bit, overall they are tasty!!!!

C.Yoko
Crispy Supreme Seafood Fried Rice
16 Jan 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Hearty Chinese Food

Located at 313 Sommerset, Paradise Inn offers hearty Chinese food on a stressful day.

I started with the Paradise Herbal Soup ($22.90). This is a black chicken ginseng soup with a very strong rich flavour.

Next I tried the Ma Po Tofu ($9). The version served here is less salty and the tofu has a nice silky smooth feel to it.

I then tried the Pork Collar ($18.90), which was fatty and tender.

The Grouper in Black Bean Sauce ($22.90) was a bit of a disappointment as it was too salty.

I ended the meal with the Crispy Supreme Seafood Fried Rice ($24.90). The crispiness is caused by the flying fish roe and crispy crackers. Somehow, the crackers was a bit stale.

Overall, food was generally above average, hearty and filling. Service was efficient.
Like 'gan chao he fen'
23 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

always good

Love the tofu! 回锅豆腐 is amazing. While the meat used is obviously fat, it seems to have been steamed till its fat is no more. The tofu is soft and has a lightly fried skin. Very tasty.