If Shrimp Broth Hotpot, Mala Zha Jiang Noodles with Wagyu Beef, Black Truffle Char Siew Bun, and Crispy Original Xiao Long Bao already sound enticing to you, the better news is you can now get 20% OFF these tantalising dishes. With the “Phase 2” reopening and safe-distancing measures in place, Paradise Group has introduced seasonal
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If Shrimp Broth Hotpot, Mala Zha Jiang Noodles with Wagyu Beef, Black Truffle Char Siew Bun, and Crispy Original Xiao Long Bao already sound enticing to you, the better news is you can now get 20% OFF these tantalising dishes.
With the “Phase 2” reopening and safe-distancing measures in place, Paradise Group has introduced seasonal dishes available till the end of August to welcome back diners with 20% OFF their bills.
If you prefer to enjoy the food right at home, takeaway orders get 30% OFF (Valid till 31 Aug 2020 for Citibank and Maybank Credit or Debit Cardmembers and PGR members.)
The promotions are available at the following restaurants:
• Paradise Teochew
• Beauty in The Pot
• Canton Paradise
• Paradise Dynasty
• Paradise Classic
• Paradise Hotpot
• Le Shrimp Ramen
• Canton Paradise Noodle & Congee House
Each participating restaurant will be holding a special theme for its line-up of seasonal items. Here’s what you can expect:
Beauty in The Pot
JEWEL Changi Airport #B2-224, KINEX #03-38, Serangoon NEX #02-01 (Coming Soon), The Centrepoint #05-16, The Star Vista #02-24, VivoCity #03-08A, Westgate #03-10
If you are thinking how great it would be to have robust Shrimp Broth in hotpot, then your wish has come true.
Beauty in The Pot’s seasonal Shrimp Broth has made its return, with pricing as follows – $28.80 for single pot, $15.80 for twin pot, $9.50 for quad pot.
The broth is the key, created by a long process of first baking fresh big prawns at 180°C for 45 minutes, hand-grinded to a fine texture, added with premium conpoy to be simmered for more than eight hours.
Also added to the stock are fresh clams which gives a natural sweetness, and a blend of spices such as star anise, cinnamon, clove and white peppercorn.
I think they managed to strike a good balance with this one – you get the seafood umami flavours, but it doesn’t go overly rich so that you can still savour the natural taste of the ingredients.
If you are thinking what to add to your Shrimp Broth hotpot, recommended items include the Homemade Fish Tofu – made with yellowtail fish, soya bean and egg white, Fried Beancurd Skin, Soft Bone Pork Meatballs, and Assorted Dumpling Platter with Pork Roll, Pork and Chives, Prawn Roll and Prawn Dumpling.
I found that the Ebiko Prawn Paste shaped out of 100% prawn meat went very well with the Shrimp Broth, to savour the bouncy prawny crunch in luscious shrimp stock.
Bedok Mall #B2-10, Bugis Junction #B1-22, CompassOne Mall #03-05, Funan #B1-22, JEM #B1-11, JEWEL Changi Airport #B4-244, VivoCity #02-91, Northpoint #B1-101, Resorts World Sentosa #B1-201
LeNu serves up Lamian noodles in secret recipes broth that involves many hours of preparation from boiling to being served on the table, all at affordable pricing.
There are two seasonal items under LeNu’s “Mala Overload” offerings.
The first is called the “Parasite” Wagyu Beef with Soy Bean Paste Dry Noodle in Korean Style ($14.90), inspired by last year’s Oscar’s Best Picture “Parasite”.
In the award-winning Korean movie, featured is Ram-Don (aka Jjapaguri) – a combination of two noodles added with cubes of beef.
LeNu’s take is a combination of Mala and Zha Jiang minced meat noodles, then enhanced with wagyu beef cubes that are braised for several hours.
The other noodles that I personally enjoy because it reminds me of Hong Kong (in a way), is the Nagano Pork Belly with Mala Tomato Broth Noodle ($13.80).
What you get is a soupy bowl of refreshing tangy tomato soup base with the tingling mala kick, with slices of tender pork belly.
There was also a spoonful of tomato puree included, which enhanced the thickness and sweetness as you mix it in.
VivoCity #01-53, Scotts Square #03-04
Satisfy your dim sum cravings with Paradise Teochew’s “Innovative Dim Sum” (dim sum is only available during lunch time).
These include Steamed Black Truffle Char Siew Bun ($6.80), Steamed Cheong-fun with Sesame Sauce ($4.80), Deep-fried Prawn with Toast ($7.50), Pan-fried “Siew Mai” with Foie Gras Sauce ($6.80), and Steamed “Siew Mai” with Braised Quail’s Egg ($6.80).
The highlight would be the Truffle Bun. As you tear the soft and fluffy skin apart, you would get the delicate truffle aroma, embedded with the moist char siew fillings.
While the foie-gras-ness was not that obvious in the Siew Mai, the method of preparation lent a nice contrast of slight crisp of the skin wrapping around meaty fillings.
Changi Airport Terminal 3 #03-32, Funan #B1-01, Wisma #01-18, Paya Lebar Quarter #03-08, Suntec City Mall, #B1-110, Westgate #02-13
Paradise Dynasty’s “Shanghai Night” line-up pays tribute to the best dishes of the city.
The highlight is the the Crispy Original Xiao Long Bao, a unique take on the classic soup dumplings with a pan-fried base and soupy fillings.
Other seasonal dishes to expect are Deep-fried and Braised Yellow Croaker with Preserved Vegetable in Brown Sauce ($29.80), Pork Ribs in Sweet Plum Sauce ($16.80), and Sweet and Sour Crispy Fish in Shanghai Style ($11.80).
Le Shrimp Ramen
Changi Airport Terminal 3 #B2-49, Paragon #B1-42, VivoCity #B2-25, The Star Vista #02-024
Le Shrimp’s Trio Tossed Ramen ($19.90) is back by popular demand.
The al dente la mian is tossed with specially concocted sauce with a mildly spicy kick, then topped with peeled fresh prawns, ebiko prawn paste, prawn dumplings, cucumber strips and cabbage with wok hei.
There is this light tinge of mala, and the slight numbing spiciness makes these noodles rather addictive.
On another note, the prawn dumplings are freshly handmade by the chefs daily, with a huge prawn wrapped in soft pastry skin.
Alexander Retail Centre #02-30, Bedok Mall #B2-10, CompassOne Mall #03-14, JEM #B1-11, Marina Bay Sands L1-02 Bay Level, Junction 8 #1-51, The Star Vista Mall #B1-45, Serangoon NEX #02-04 (Opening Soon)
Canton Paradise’s A medley of Hong Kong Classics includes dishes such as Stir-fried La-la with Ginger and Scallion in Claypot ($15.80), Stewed Vermicelli with Prawn in Black Pepper Sauce ($18.80), Braised Pork Rib Mala Noodle ($11.50), Sliced Fish with Dried Oyster and Salted Egg Congee ($11.50), and Crispy Traditional Dumpling ($4.80 for 3 pieces).
Resorts World Sentosa #B1-201, JEWEL Changi Airport #04-244, Marina Bay Link Mall #B2-20
Paradise Classic is offering the best of Singapore and Malaysian zi char mainstays, including Seafood Paradise Signature Creamy Butter Crab ($88), Stewed Roasted Pork with Diced Chilli in Claypot ($16.80), Pan-fried Vermicelli with Assorted Seafood ($16.80), and Stir-fried La-la in Curry Sauce ($16.80).
Canton Paradise Noodle & Congee House
Changi Airport Terminal 3 #B2-49, The Seletar Mall #03-10, Westgate #02-13
Canton Paradise Noodle & Congee House has introduced “Be Enchanted by the Magic of Char Siew” offerings, with the key ingredient in their Magical Char Siew Rice ($10.90) and Magical Char Siew and Jumbo Prawn Wanton Noodle ($12.90).
CompassOne Mall #03-05
Paradise Hotpot offer Le Shrimp Ramen’s Hearty Shrimp Broth ($13.80), which pairs impeccably with the restaurant’s array of homemade paste and premium meats.
The broth is rich, flavourful and characterised with a distinctive smoky aroma.
Terms and Conditions:
• Valid daily from 6 July till 31 Aug 2020 for Citibank and Maybank Credit or Debit Cardmembers and PGR members.
• Takeaway bills enjoy 30% discount; dine-in bills enjoy 20% discount.
• Discount is given on à la carte food bill before service charge (dine-in only) and 7% GST, excluding beverage, appetiser, soup base and condiments charge.
• Not valid in conjunction with other discounts, promotions, vouchers or membership privileges.
• Management reserves the right to amend terms and conditions of the promotion without prior notice.
* This post is brought to you in partnership with Paradise Group.