Taste Paradise

Currently the best yum char place in Singapore (at least to me) at pretty affordable prices (but then again I have yet to try Royal China at Raffles Hotel which I have been hearing many good things about…). The only problem here is getting a seat because reservations are a MUST and at least a week in advance especially for weekends where there are even 2 rounds of seating..Must try this place if you love dim sum or you’re definitely missing out! :D Didnt manage to get good photos though because everyone was so hungry after waiting 30min even though we made a reservation that they would even allow my camera to focus to take a good shot and just start digging in. Couldnt blame them though, everything smelt and tasted so good! :D

These egg tarts were pretty good too! And 2 plates were definitely not enough because the tarts were so tiny and scarily addictive!

BEST 流沙包 IN SINGAPORE!! (I think..:D)


2 Orchard Turn
#04-07 ION Orchard
Tel: +65 6509 9660

Singapore

4 Responses to Taste Paradise

  1. mable! says:

    the liushabao photos are making me hungryyyy! will add this to my list of places to try in singapore :)

    and do try Royal China! It’s awesome! I really like it… The Carlton Hotel (where we had our Adelaide Med interviews) also serves pretty good dimsum i think. not sure if you tried it before…

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