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Another Day in Paradise Dynasty

Paradise Dynasty has been a family favorite since it opened its doors at S Maison Conrad in Pasay City. Although the location is far from us, the restaurant was always the first one that comes to mind when we go malling in the area. Now, it has opened branches in Podium Mall and SM Aura Premiere.


I've always been partial to the Chicken Szechuan and Radish Puff but this year, I promised to change my favorites and order other dishes from the menu.

Here are my new discoveries:

Breaded Pork. This is super good especially if you pair it with fried rice. Good for sharing portion.


Another favorite discovery is this Noodle with Mushrooms. Broth tastes very rich. Serving size is also perfect for sharing.




Haha, I know we are not supposed to order our favorites and choose something different from the menu but my daughter can't help herself when it comes to the Cheese Xiao Long Bao and the Original Xiao Long Bao which my hubby loves.



Here's my current fave xiao long bao though --- the Chili Crab Xiao Long Bao. That special xiao long bao is only available at SM Aura Premiere for a limited time so better schedule a lunch or a dinner date there soon.

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