Media Launch: Paradise Inn Revamped Menu

A charming restaurant with authentic and affordable food, Paradise Inn brings the traditional Chinese inn concept to a new level of sophistication with a contemporary Oriental ambience.  This concept of a restaurant, teahouse and dessert house rolled into one is an ideal choice for casual meals with friends and family.
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We had a 'feasting' good time with Paradise Inn!
Paradise Inn recently launched their new menu, and I had the opportunity to have an intimate food tasting session with my lovely parents at the Marina Square outlet. I felt like I was teleported through time with the ancient Chinese decorations in the restaurant, slightly similar to those at Paradise Dynasty. After all, they belong to the same Paradise Group!

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Brand new menu recently launched in June
We spotted a long queue at the outlet around 6.30pm on a Friday. They do take reservations and bookings— simply dial the number listed at the end of my post. Here's what we tried, and what we think tasted great:


Stewed Pork Belly with Lotus Bun (S$2.60 each)

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The pork belly is served separately from the lotus bun, thus I experienced the fun of putting in the meat myself. It was a really thoughtful touch to prevent the bun from turning soggy due to the sweet sauce, thus retaining its chewy texture. Each bite was oozing with the sauce— it was so sinfully good.  Each bun can be shared amongst two.


Teochew style crisp fried prawn roll (S$8.90)

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One of the must-haves in Paradise Inn is the Teochew style crisp fried prawn roll. Each plate has about 4-5 pieces, and is accompanied by an in-house sweet sauce  The flakes do not fall apart easily so you don't have to worry about messy dining. 
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The fillings of the prawn roll worked really well together, resulting in fragrant and delicious rolls.

Traditional Double-Boiled Soup

Double-boiled spare ribs with pumpkin and dried oyster soup (S$23.90)

Double-boiled spare ribs with pumpkin and dried oyster soup
This huge pot of double-boiled soup can easily be shared amongst a group of four. Huge cubes of pumpkin are clearly visible in the soup, and each sip provided fireworks of flavours in my mouth. Clearly, this is one of the best soups I have ever tasted.

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The chunks of spare ribs were really lean and porky — there were no tendons and fats that you have to tediously clear with chopsticks. It's an ideal healthier choice!


Chinese Spinach with Egg Trio (S$13.90)

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One thing I have come to realise is that all Paradise Group outlets are skilfully fantastic when it comes to dealing with eggs. The Chinese spinach with egg trio is highly recommended for a healthy dose of protein, lutein and fibre.
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Don't be deceived by its awful presentation — it actually tastes really good!

Meat / Poultry

San Bei Venison in Claypot (S$14.90)

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One of the more interesting dishes was the San Bei Venison Meat in Claypot. You have to eat this dish fast as the meat soaks up the marinade and sauce, which might not be to some people's liking. I loved how tender the meat was, and the mint leaves provided an innovative mix of flavours.

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See how the meat is cooked to a mostly-brown and slightly-pink colour. In my opinion, it tasted better than most beef steaks, and was really chewy.


 Supreme Seafood Fried Rice (S$12.90) 

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I would think it might be better to call this the 'Golden Fried Rice with Seafood' instead. My pictures don't cut it — but when you see the actual dish, each grain is shining with such brilliance that I felt I was eating gold. Of course, the food tasted gold-like, I mean, God-like too. Though you don't see it in this picture, they were very generous with the prawns too.

Floral & Herb-infused Hot Tea

Forget-Me-Not with Lily Tea (S$3.80) 

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This pot of Forget-Me-Not with Lily tea contains natural sugar and its sweet fragrance calms and soothes my muscles. There are lots of antioxidant benefits in this mixture, and I love that they keep it warm with the candle stand. 

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Obviously, they used real leaves instead of teabags. Truly a traditional dining concept!

Fruit-infused Iced Tea

Elderflower and Melon Tea (S$3.80) 

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One of my favourites was the Elderflower and Melon Tea. Although it was extremely sweet at the start, each sip turned more and more refreshing, such that I almost wanted to gulp my way through. There is a spoonful of fresh melon too, and I felt the fruits used injected natural sweetness to the drink.

Paradise Inn
6 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square #02-200
Singapore 039594
Tel: 6338 4749

Mon-Fri11.30am – 3.15pm (last order at 2.45pm)
5.45pm – 10.00pm (last order at 9.30pm)

Sat, Sun & PH11.30am–10.00 pm (last order at 9.30pm)
Media Launch: Paradise Inn Revamped Menu Media Launch: Paradise Inn Revamped Menu Reviewed by Littletinysun on 1:03:00 PM Rating: 5

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