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Paradise Group of restaurants are celebrating their 7th anniversary with 42% off online deals at Canton Paradise, Seafood Paradise, Paradise Dynasty and Paradise Inn. Valid as of 25 October 2015
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A diner’s concept by the Paradise Group, Canton Paradise restaurants aim to provide epicurean delights to please discerning palates. Each outlet imbues its interiors with the opulence and nostalgia evoked by the early sixties in Hong Kong, brightly illuminated table settings highlighting the vast spread of Chinese dishes that make up the restaurant’s sizeable menu.
Show kitchens allow a glimpse of steamy settings where dim sum, roasted meat, Szechuan bites, and nourishing soups are carefully concocted by trained chefs, along with authentic dishes from the reputed hatchery of Cantonese cuisine – Shunde district of the Guangdong province. Featured in a variety of media outlets including the Straits Times, the dining institution has opened six outlets around the island.
Once a humble kitchen in the inconspicuous locale of Defu Lane, Seafood Paradise has risen from obscurity to continue the legacy of providing well-loved seafood dishes across its two restaurants islandwide.
Created by the young entrepreneur, Eldwin Chua, the Paradise Group’s first dining brand takes pride in offering Singapore style seafood dishes to local food lovers and tourists alike. The home-grown name is known for its crustacean-inspired menu of Signature Creamy Butter Crab, well-loved popular Singapore Chilli Crab, Crisp-fried Prawns tossed with Salted Egg Yolk and many others.
With a promise to bring forth the essence of Oriental cuisine, Paradise Dynasty owns outlets across the island and other countries, offering diners a glimpse of the bygone era of Imperial China in a contemporary setting, where textured wood pillars and wall panels made from 100 year old timber are dressed in gold and red.
Here, open kitchens dish out favourite picks of xiao long bao, handmade la mian noodles, and Shanghai dim sum, in addition to a wide variety of delicacies originating from parts of Northern and Southern China.
Adopting a three-in-one dining concept, Paradise Inn is at the same time a restaurant serving up hearty and nourishing Chinese cuisine, a teahouse, and a dessert place. Assimilating the old-world charm of traditional inns, the restaurant assembles its repertoire of time-honoured culinary classics amidst a befitting array of sepia-tinted settings highlighted with calligraphic inlays and vibrant tinges of tangerine lanterns, among other orientally inclined furnishings lending credence to its homage to heritage.
In-house signatures lay available for the savouring, such as Steamed Minced Pork with Salted Fish and Water Chestnut, Steamed Chicken with Mushrooms and Black Fungus, as well as an assortment of double-boiled soups served in ceramic pots – with ingredients such as dried conpoy, spare ribs, and fresh duck steeped in fragrant broths infusing herbal essences, making for a savoury, restorative fix.
Roughly translated from Chinese to mean “happy cow”, LeNu – a dining concept of Paradise Group – brings a slurp of Taiwanese street food to the shores of Singapore. The eatery specialises in only one item; braised beef noodles comprised of an authentic beef broth, three types of speciality noodles, premium well-marbled beef, and their signature secret dipping sauce – freshly prepared each morning without using MSG.
Emblematic of a noodle bar, rustic wooden tables and low hanging bulbs complement the no-frills ethos of the restaurant, with chefs dishing up side dishes such as chilled tofu with century egg, chilled preserved cucumbers, and sautéed tang-o to accompany the soupy main course. Foodies and hungry humans may obtain their bovine fix at either one of the restaurant’s two outlets at Vivocity and Bugis Junction.
Under a conglomeration known as the Paradise Group with 10 other restaurants to its name, ParaThai specialises in serving samples of Siamese delights. The restaurant, which is led by one Chef Meaw and his posse of native Thai culinary experts conjure up creations in the kitchen featuring signature spicy and aromatic Thai flavours.
Favourites like the likes of tom yum along with other savoury dishes of seafood and game enliven palates with spice and vibrant flavours brought out through the sauces and broths it is cooked in, followed by further taste bud tingling with sweet tapioca and coconut milk, mango sticky rice, and other desserts. Staying true to its cuisine’s origins, the restaurant captivates not only gastronomic senses but also their visual perception with artwork hung around the vicinity in the form of abstract paintings and images of the urban streets of Thailand and more created and captured by the nation’s rising artists.
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