Canton Paradise is a new restaurant by the Paradise Group. With outlets located at 112 Katong and JCube, Canton Paradise serves up Hong Kong cuisine, dim sum and specialties of the Shunde district in China.

Canton Paradise

The spacious 250-seater restaurant at 112 Katong exudes an oriental vibe with decorations and partitions that will bring to mind the era of ancient China.

Canton Paradise

Catch the chefs in action through the open kitchen, where the tempting roast meats on display will trigger cravings.

Dim Sum

Dim sum fans can have your fill here everyday till 5pm.

Steamed scallop with scrambled egg white dumpling

Steamed scallop with scrambled egg white dumpling
S$4.50++

The steamed scallop with scrambled egg white dumpling is a must-try! It is light on the palate yet flavourful at the same time. With a chock-full of ingredients underneath the thin dumpling skin, this dim sum will leave you wanting more.

Steamed cheong fun stuffed with preserved turnip

Steamed cheong fun stuffed with preserved turnip
S$4.20++

For those who love chee cheong fun and have a fondness for chui kueh that is served with preserved radish relish atop, you will enjoy the steamed cheong fun stuffed with preserved turnip. The steamed cheong fun boasts extremely thin sheets of rice noodle that are almost translucent, yet won’t break apart when you grip it with chopsticks.

Wok-fried cheong fun with XO chilli sauce


Spicy Wok-fried cheong fun with XO chilli sauce
S$5++

For more intense flavours, try the wok-fried cheong fun with XO chilli sauce, which is coated with a pronounced XO chilli sauce. The cheong fun, however, is slightly denser, thicker and starchier than the steamed version, and therefore the flavours of the sauce fail to penetrate through.

Steamed shanghai pork dumpling

Steamed shanghai pork dumpling
S$4.20++

The steamed shanghai pork dumpling is a popular favourite, bursting with delicious stock as you bite into the neatly pleated dumpling skin.

Deep-fried taro puffs with diced chicken and prawn

Deep-fried taro puffs with diced chicken and prawn
S$3.80++

The deep-fried taro puffs with diced chicken and prawn is a personal favourite. The golden brown exterior is light and crispy without being greasy.

Deep-fried taro puffs with diced chicken and prawn

Nestled within is smooth yam paste that surrounds diced chicken and fresh prawns.

Baked black truffle chicken pie

Baked black truffle chicken pie
S$5.80++

The baked black truffle chicken pie encompasses a fragrant buttery pie crust baked to a golden sheen, with mouthwatering black truffle chicken within.

Congee

Grass carp fish congee


Grass carp fish congee
S$6.80++

The smooth and comforting congee is made with two kinds of rice – jasmine and glutinous – for the perfect texture. The fish ball is the highlight; it is made up of grass carp fish blended into a paste, flecked with mushrooms and other ingredients.

Grass carp fish congee

All-day menu

The extensive all-day menu offers Hong Kong classics such as roast meats, claypot dishes and nourishing soups.

Pork rib, snow pear and fig soup

Daily nourishing soup (3 flavours per day)
S$16.80++ for 3-4 persons, S$6++ per person

The soup we had for the day was pork rib, snow pear and fig soup that is full of flavour. The soup has been simmered for hours to achieve that much tenderness in the pork ribs. It sure reminds one of home! All you need is just to find a good gaming website Also, one good thing about online games is that you can play more and more at a time.

BBQ meat noodle

BBQ meat noodle (2 varieties)
S$9.20++

As for noodles, you can opt for the BBQ meat noodle which gives you the option of 2 meat varieties. We chose the steam kampong chicken and BBQ honey pork belly that both go equally well with the noodles.

Desserts

Stewed egg custard

Stewed egg custard
S$5++

The stewed egg custard is light on the palate and is a nice way to round off a heavy meal. Topped with red bean relish, it tastes more like a steamed milk custard rather than an egg custard.

Custard glutinous rice ball with grated oat


Custard glutinous rice ball with grated oat
S$4.80++ for 3 pieces

The custard glutinous rice ball with grated oat is a novel dessert that is highly recommended. It will garner raves and repeat orders with its medley of textures – crispy, sticky, chewy and gooey.

Bakery

Canton Paradise

Apart from the restaurant, Canton Paradise also has a bakery by the entrance of the 112 Katong outlet. Here, you can purchase freshly baked buns (prices from S$1.30).

Baked BBQ honey pork bun

Baked BBQ honey pork bun
S$4.50++ for 3

The baked BBQ honey pork bun is highly recommended, especially when it arrives straight from the oven. The tender pork filling will melt in your mouth.

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Canton Paradise
Website

Canton Paradise 112 Katong

112 Katong
112 East Coast Road #B1-15
Singapore 428802
Tel: +65 6344 8201

Opening hours:
Mon to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 10:30am – 10pm

Canton Paradise JCube

JCube
2 Jurong East Central 1 #02-10
Singapore 609731