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Taste Paradise

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Taste Paradise, having won numerous awards and accolades for it cuisine, now offers ION Orchard the best in Cantonese cuisine and dim sum. Set in an oriental chic interior, diners can look forward to a unique dining experience.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat, Sun &: 11:00 - 16:30

Sat, Sun &: 14:00 - 23:00

+65 65099660
$46 based on 114 submissions
Lunch (43 votes), Dinner (30 votes), Children/Family (29 votes)
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One of the best Chinese restaurant around

In my unbias opinion, I really think Taste Paradise is one the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore. They have come a long way and still providing good food (most outlets I must say) till today. I go their during celebration and my last visit was for my grandma's birthday and still is thumbs up!

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18 Dec 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

One of the best Chinese restaurant around

In my unbias opinion, I really think Taste Paradise is one the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore. They have come a long way and still providing good food (most outlets I must say) till today. I go their during celebration and my last visit was for my grandma's birthday and still is thumbs up!
11 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great food if you have the budget

Came here for family gathering. And i love the shark's fins. With the price, I must say the food is good. Every dish is of great standard. Be prepared for the damage at the end of the meal. Good place to try out if you have the budget.
02 Dec 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Well priced typical chinese fare in town

Well priced for town, overall I enjoyed the meal.
 
 Expect you standard chinese restaurant fare at paradise, theres not much innovation going on here. however, its a rather decent place for a get together of friends

oh the place lacks attentive service staff
20 Nov 2014 • 122 reviews • 7 followers

Overpriced Dinner

For pictures and food review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2014/11/20/dinner-taste-paradise/

Taste Paradise”s reputation for fantastic dim sum meant that it’s literally packed every weekend and usually with a queue out the entrance as well. Having savour their delightful morsels on several occasions, we were curious to check out their dinner offerings and hence here goes! Occupying the span of an entire wall are life-sized portraits of China’s illustrious Qing emperors. The grand and opulent interior makes this a suitable venue to impress your dining companion. You can always count on Taste Paradise for courteous and efficient service

To warm our tummies, we each had a flavorsome and nourishing bowl Black Chicken and Fish Soup ($48 for 3 pax).

Our BBQ Combination Platter ($28) consisted of Roast Pork Belly, BBQ Pork Belly and Roasted Duck. A platter of 2 varieties would set you back $20. With an unmistakably crackling skin and the right amount of fat, the Roasted Pork Belly was extremely addictive. Beautifully caramelized, moist and bursting with flavors, the BBQ Pork Belly was another crowd pleaser. Roasted Duck was wonderfully tender and moist, balanced by a crisp skin. However, in terms of flavor, it was not as robust compared to the other 2 stars.

We love the oiliness and fattiness of a good fillet of cod. Despite undergoing the wrath of the oven, the Baked Fillet of Cod with Teriyaki Sauce ($16) was beautifully moist. With gentle pressure from chopsticks, the pristine fish flakes apart with ease. Having sampled the rendition with Chef’s Miso Recipe, I’d recommend the latter which is much more outstanding.

Huge and fresh prawns made even more awesomerrific with a thick coat of salted egg yolk. These Salted Egg Yolk Prawns ($26) were undoubtedly the favorite of the night. Sautéed French Beans with Dried Shrimp and Preserved Olives ($16) should please most palates.

To end off on sweet note, the uniquely but harmoniously coupled Chilled Avocado Puree with Coffee Ice Cream ($6.80) was instant gratification.

Unlike their dim sum, we didn’t find Taste Paradise dinner offerings particularly refined. The total bill came up to $219.75 for 3 pax, which we felt was too pricy for such common dishes. For that amount spent, we could’ve gone to many other Chinese Restaurants for an epicurean treat.



14 Nov 2014 • 25 reviews • 0 follower

Top-notch service with certain quality food items

All in all, Taste Paradise is only suited for those rich Tai Tai who are seeking for High-tea. Our total damage (I didn't take picture of all the items) for this celebration is $215. If you are roaming in Ion Orchard yet Taste Paradise is too costly for you, fret not. Paradise Dynasty (Yes both of them are from the same Paradise group) is just few restaurants away, at the same level. Be prepared to queue during peak hours. 

Full review with pictures here: http://mshuilingg.blogspot.sg/2014/11/taste-paradise.html