Monday, 21 September 2015

Canton Paradise

This was my 2nd trip to 112 Katong, and honestly speaking, I kinda dread coming to Katong area due to its narrow roads and limited street parking lots. Nevertheless, I love it is also a place where people can have tons of choices to munch for a meal. Therefore, also explains the constant traffic jams during the off-office hours.

I have been other outlets managed under Paradise Group, but to Canton Paradise, this was still my first. Canton Paradise focus on the Cantonese popular delights, such as the roast meat and dim sum, as though bringing you to Hong Kong.

Despite it being a Chinese-Cuisine restaurant, I love the atas interior design, and courteous service of the crew. It almost seems like a place where rich people can dine at, but of course, it was just an imaginary part of me acting up again.

Took samples of the menu which consists of some of my favorites!

One of Canton Paradise must-order is the BBQ Pork Belly with Honey Sauce. But not wanting to miss out on the all-time favorite, Kampong Chicken, we ordered the BBQ Combination ($18.80 for 2 varieties) that comes in either 2 or 3 varieties.

We had actually wanted the normal BBQ Pork with Honey Sauce and the Steamed Kampong Chicken in Canton Style, but was strongly recommended by the crew to try their BBQ Pork Belly with Honey Sauce. It can be sinful to the health-conscious people, but it is really good. Every bite I took made me lick my lips clear of the sweet honey sauce and enjoying the tenderness of the pork belly. Their Steamed Kampong Chicken in Canton Style is nowhere inferior to the BBQ Pork Belly too. Hardly any tough chicken meat which made me enjoyed the whole combination delightedly.

Steamed "Ling Zhi" Spring Water Tofu with Minced Pork and Salted Fish ($13.80). Three big pieces of wobbly tofu, with salted fish mashed and mixed with the minced meat to steam. I am glad that the taste of salted fish is quite mild, and thus able to enjoy the tofu and minced meat without a stain of detestation.

Crisp Fried Crystal Prawns tossed with Salted Egg Yolk ($18.80). I had several occurrences with dishes cooked with salted egg yolk, and I would say this dish does meet my expectation. Taste of salted egg has subtly merged with the prawns, and thus making this entire dish enjoyable instead of feeling like eating salted egg yolk and fried prawns separately.

Paradise Group has a number of restaurants under its arms, but with those I went before, none have failed me. While the price can be steeper than those you ordered at the tze char stalls, the service and food quality is definitely worth the price.

Canton Paradise

112 East Coast Road
#B1-15 112 Katong
Singapore 428802

Tel: (65) 6344 8201

Opening Hours
Mon - Fri: 1100 - 2200 hours *Last order at 2130 hours
Sat - Sun: 1030 - 2200 hours *Last order at 2130 hours

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