Monday, June 24, 2013
Paradise Pavilion @ Marina Bay Link Mall
One of our favourite place for weekend Dim Sum is at Paradise Pavilion, which is the flagship restaurant of the Paradise Group of restaurants.
Located at the new Marina Bay Financial Centre, it's quite difficult to get a table with prior reservation. It is that popular.
Decided to cool things down with a pot of Chrysanthemum Tea (S$3.80 per person)
Started our Dim Sum brunch with Deep Fried prawn with mango roll (S$5.60)
Cute little packets of Steamed Glutinous Rice in Lotus Leaf (S$5.80)
The traditional Steamed Prawn Dumpling "Ha Kau" (S$5.80). Prawns were crunchy. Skin was thin.
Steamed Custard Bun (S$5.50) Paradise makes one of the best Liu Sha Bao. Creamy salted egg cream flowing out of the fluffy buns.
Steamed Pork Dumplings "Siew Mai" (S$5.80). Can taste big chunks of prawns, mushrooms and pork.
Rice Rolls with Minced Preserved Turnip Filling (S$5.00) One of our must order here. Love the savoury turnip fillings in the chee cheong fun.
Double Boiled Soup (S$10 per person) - A soup to warm the tummy
Steamed Prawn and Chive Dumplings (S$5.00) Nice combination of chives and crunchy prawns
Steamed BBQ Honey Pork Buns with Preserved Vegetables (S$4.60) - Fluffy buns with sweet pork fillings
Steamed Shanghai Pork Dumplings (S$4.80) - As good as Ding Tai Fung. Thin skin and bursting with delicious juice inside.
Forbidden Rice Dumpling (S$14.80) - This was a one time special dumpling. Sweet, savoury and filling.
No 8A Marina Boulevard
Marina Bay Link Mall
at 2:30 PM