Heads up foodies, there are new items on Paradise Dynasty menu. The restaurant never rests on their laurels, offering a dining experience that will truly delight everyone. I’m glad to have had the chance to taste the new dishes and share my experience with everyone.
For the uninitiated, Paradise Dynasty is a franchise restaurant from Singapore. It’s a Chinese restaurant which takes pride in serving specialty xiao long bao in 8 flavors. But the Paradise Dynasty menu is beyond these delicious dim sum. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, I’m sure you’ve read my first dining experience at this restaurant.
With all the delicious dishes I tasted, it felt like a dining paradise. And the experience continues with the new dishes. First served was Deep-fried Duck with Steamed Bun and veggies (Julienned leeks, basil, and cucumber). To enjoy the dish, the staff shredded the fried duck, and then assemble the duck meat and veggies in the bun and then drizzle it with hoisin sauce.
I love the experience of having to assemble my food. Of course, the dish is enjoyable to eat. I love that the veggies lend a fresh feel as you eat everything.
Then came the Grouper with Pine Nuts and Fruits. The flavor profile is very much similar to a sweet and sour dish, only made better because you have a delicious fish, the Grouper, aka Lapu Lapu. I enjoyed the play of sweet and sour flavor. If there’s one thing that I would want in this dish is to add a little bite to the ingredients. As it is, everything seemed too mashed that you don’t get to enjoy all the flavors.
If they could treat the dish the way they did with the Grilled Grouper with Tofu in Mapo Tofu Style, it would be a winner. This second fish dish is such a delight to eat. There’s enough bite to all the ingredients that I was able to savor all the flavors in it.
The last new item on Paradise Dynasty menu is Shanghai Style Braised Pork Belly. This is also a winner for me because it melts in my mouth and well-cooked. I love that although the fat is thick, (it’s pork belly, what can you expect?), I still want to eat it.
The new addition to the already extensive dishes you’ll find on the Paradise Dynasty menu is a welcome addition. It’s best eaten with other favorites such as the Xiao Long Bao (The Szechuan flavor is my fave), Lettuce Roll with Homemade Sesame Sauce, Crispy-fried Crystal Prawns tossed with Salted Egg Yolk, and Charcoal Custard Lava Bun.
Visit Paradise Dynasty at their branches in S’Maison, The Podium, and soon, SM Aura Premier. I’m sure you’ll have difficulty choosing the dishes on the Pardise Dynasty menu, including the new ones I mentioned.