Love Chinese Cuisine but concerned about sharing food with others? Dine worry-free at Taste Paradise, where foodies can spoil themselves delectable dishes which are served individually plated.During the tasting, we indulged in the 6-course set which I highly recommend. The S$68.00++ set is impossibly value for money, especially when you get premium ingredients like shark fin, lobster and Kurobuta pork. We commenced with a trio of appetizers- Crispy Whitebait tossed in Salt and Pepper, refreshing Chilled Black Fungus & Jellyfish in Vinaigrette, and Crackling Pork Belly with Mustard Sauce.
Warm the tummy with a fortifying Double-boiled Shredded Shark’s Fin in Shark’s Cartilage Soup. Cooked for more than 5 hours, the sweet and milky broth is simply irresistible, and I slurped it down to the very last drop! Peeps who are not fans of Shark Fin can request for an alternative soup option.
Next, satiate your meat hankering with tender Stewed Japanese Kurobuta Pork, marinated with house made barbeque sauce. Your taste buds will revel in the abundance of flavor!
Munch on the crunchy Poached Chinese Cabbage with Conpoy in Superior Stock. I like how the dried scallops add a lingering sweetness to this healthy dish.
My personal favorite is the Stir-fried Ramen with Lobster in XO Sauce. The spicy XO sauce was truly a smackdown on flavors. Exhilarating!
End off on a sweet note with a bowl of velvety Almond Cream with Peach Resin. This dessert is rather light and hence I felt totally no guilt from eating this.
Gourmands can elevate their dining experience with wine pairings (1 white, 1 red and 1 Riesling) for S$38.00 per person.
Note: Set menus are available daily, including Public Holidays. The 5-course (S$48.00++ per pax) and 6-course (S$68.00++ per pax) menus are available for both lunch and dinner, while the 5-course Dim Sum Menu is available for lunch only. Do note that there is a requirement of minimum two persons to order.
[This is written and photography by Adele. ]