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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Canton Paradise

Canton Paradise is part of the Paradise Group and they served a wide spread of Cantonese as well as Hong Kong Cuisine from Dim Sum to Roasted Meat.

As we walked pass the walkways in front of Canton Paradise, their attractive purple lightings as well as the grand Interior design were somewhat welcoming. On top of that, the beautifully roasted meat were hanged at its kitchen seen through the transparent glass panels. They looked succulent and delicious which I can't bear to take my eyes off them.

Canton Paradise

Even the cover page of its menu fits the restaurant theme color, purple.
Menu

 Not forgetting its utensils which was neatly placed on every tables to welcome the arrival of the next diners.

Utensils set
It's always excite me to see combination congee from a Cantonese restaurant as I can give the best a try at one shot.The congee was smooth and not gooey with a combination of century eggs, mixed pork and fried fritters, a perfect stomach warmer and light meal for the night.

Combination Congee (3 Varieties) - $8.80

 The outlook of crispy BBQ Honey Pork Buns were a reminiscent of undercooked batter due to its uninteresting pale colors but do not judge its look by the cover, they were indeed very crispy on the outside, abit powdery as well as flaky.

Crispy BBQ Honey Pork Buns (3 Pcs) - $4.80
 The hot and sweet inner fillings should buy one over. I would definite recommend this if you are a Char Siew Bao Lover.

Fillings of the Honey Pork Buns
The Steamed shanghai pork dumplings didnt score well. They were lacking of taste and the skin of those dumplings was thicker than expected. I believe that the ones in the nearby coffeeshop is doing better than this.

Steamed Shanghai Pork Dumplings - $4.80
The fat juicy meat from the duck is a staple of Hong Kong Roasted meat.  It's crackling skin that filled us with the roast aroma was heavenly accompanied by the springly thin noodles and sweet black sauce. 2 big fat stalks of greens had given a good touch in the color presentation. Customers may choose to have the soup version at $7.30.

Crispy Roast Duck Noodle (Dry) - $7.80
 The steamed custard Bun was "so-so", lacking the burst of flavors.
Steamed Custard Bun (3 Pcs) - $5.20

In Summary, I find that they did fairly better in their Cantonese meals than Dim Sum. The dim sum they served were just on the average as compared to its other member in the Paradise Group.

Rating: 3 / 5 

Canton Paradise
Location: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1 #02-09,Singapore 609731