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CNY 2020: Paradise Teochew @ Vivocity

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~Invited Session~


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CNY is just round the corner and as we bid farewell to the Year of the Pig, it's the time of the year to book those tables early or reserve the takeaway sets and avoid disappointment.


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Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng (Dine-in and takeaway: $46.80/8pax ; Dine-in only: $66.80/12pax)

Paradise Teochew's yusheng prices are really competitive and for really decent yusheng, I'd say have a toss!

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Auspicious Black Truffle Kampong Chicken

Doubling up as a soup course, this is perfumed with black truffles and comes with a decent portion of tender chicken.

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Grandeur Treasure Pot ($258/5pax; $398/10pax for dine-in and takeaway)

Grandeur would suit this pencai's name, we start with oysters, scallops and even abalones before the other layers of ingredients surface. I found this a tad too salty when eaten on its own, pairing with rice would be the next best alternative.

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Fortune Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice

Have your lotus leaf rice and eat it, Paradise Group's version had mushrooms and preserved sausages. Absolutely like a humongous bak zhang!


Paradise Teochew Exclusive Dishes

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Steamed Abalone Siew Mai -$12.80/4pcs

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Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Mushroom - $12.80/4pcs

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Crispy Radish Pastry with Ham and Diced Celery Bits $9.80/3pcs

Dimsum is available all day starting 13 January to 9 February 2020. I enjoyed all three and liked the radish pastry best.

(Dim sum available 13 Jan- 9 Feb 2020)

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Braised Eight Treasures Duck ($108; only pre-orders)

Fall off the bone duck that reminded me of a Fatt Choy dish with the black moss and mushrooms also used.

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Teochew-style Yu Sheng ($68/5pax; $138/10pax) 
(Purchase for dine-in or takeaway 1 Jan - 9 Feb 2020)\

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Teochew style yu sheng would be what I expected as a chinese salad and this was surprisingly tasty. Healthier than the usual yushengs with more fruit than preserved condiments, paired with candied cashews, this was a joy to eat except the "fish cakes" that had an interesting texture.

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