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New Dishes at Paradise Dynasty

Paradise Dynasty is synonymous with flavored Xiao Long Baos but they have equally dishes on the menu such as my favorite Spicy Szechuan Crispy Chicken and La Mian with Scallion. And since they opened up their very first branch in S Maison Conrad, the restaurant has continuously surprising its diners with new dishes, and new branches.

The new dishes has a more healthier appeal in my opinion. Let me introduce them:

OMG! Paradise Dynasty has Fried Duck on their menu now. I love fried duck as compared to the roast version. These one though will be sliced in front of you and the meat will be placed on steamed cua paos. Julienned cucumbers and scallions will be added as well as the sweet sauce. You can opt to eat the duck as it is instead of having it with the cua pao. 


Another new dish is the Grouper with Pine Nuts and Fruits. This is like sweet & sour fish except that it has a more fresh flavors on it. Of course, having fresh fish gives it added flavors. 


The Grilled Grouper with Tofu Mapo is an interesting fusion of Tofu Mapo and Steamed Grouper. I like its rich salty taste and the silky tofu bits is just perfect. This dish will make you crave for more rice though. 


Shanghai Style Braised Pork Belly & Bokchoy may be the last one on the new menu list but it is delicious nonetheless. I love that the pork belly has a melt-in-your-mouth texture. The bokchoy lends its precious leaves to make it less rich. 



Paradise Dynasty will be opening another branch in SM Aura soon. Stay tuned. 

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