The newly launched Paradise Classic offers diners with even more creative and delicious options.
Popular chain of Chinese restaurants by the Paradise Group – Paradise Inn – has been drawing crowds with its hearty and delicious Chinese dishes since it opened in 2009. And now, having established themselves as one of Singapore’s leading chain of Chinese restaurants, Paradise Inn is once again upping the ante with a brand new name and concept. Recently rebranded to Paradise Classic, the establishment now offers a menu featuring classic Chinese dishes with influences of Nanyang region (namely Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand).
For those who are not sure where to start, we recommend ordering the Paradise Starter Combination (S$7.80) comprising fruits and vegetables pickled in homemade sauces, which is light and refreshing with complementing tones of sweet and sour – the perfect way to start a meal. We also like how the guava offered a nice crunch to this dish.
Another must-try appetiser is the Crispfried Dried Fish Tossed with Sweet and Spicy Sauce (S$6.80) – apart from its ethereal crispy texture, we also liked the sweet and spicy flavours. Before proceeding to the mains, be sure to try some of their double-boiled soups, which are both nourishing and comforting. The Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs (S$24.80), which consists of kampong chicken and seven Chinese herbs including Solomon’s seal, Chinese angelica root, Chinese yam and licorice root, is sure to please even the most discerning taste buds. The service staff later explained that the soups are simmered for more than four hours over low heat, which explains the rich and robust flavour.
Paradise Starter Combination (Pickled Guava, Cherry Tomato, Pumpkin)
Braised Tofu with Crystal Prawns in Claypot