Paradise Inn – Bedok Point
Having tried Seafood Paradise, Paradise Pavilion and Kungfu Paradise, I was pestering the boy to bring me to another restaurant under the Paradise Group. So we ended up in Bedok Point’s Paradise Inn for lunch on a Sunday.
I think Paradise Inn is highly suitable for family as it offers simple and affordable (as compared to the other Paradise Group restaurants) chinese food in restaurant settings. Paradise Inn at Bedok Point has a contemporary oriental ambience with red cushions sofa and traditional Chinese lanterns.
The restaurant offers an extensive gourmet menu of traditional and popular Cantonese cuisine which includes 10 kinds of traditional and nourishing double-boiled soup.
I was having a very bad cold on that day, so we order a Double-boiled Black Chicken with Spare Ribs and Ginseng ($17.90 per pot). Flavoured with traditional Chinese herbs like wolfberries, ginseng, yuzhu etc, this soup is saiourishes “yang”, restores “qi”, stimulates physical vigour and strengthens internal organs. But well, I guess 2 bowls doesn’t help much right?
I grew up watching my Grandfather make his own prawn roll, so I am rather picky about the ingredients. I like those with water chestnut added in, and the prawn rolls shouldn’t be too oily. The Teochew Style Crisp-fried Prawn Roll ($8.90 per portion) is okay, but I felt it was a lil’ salty.
Steamed Minced Pork with Water chestnut and Salted Egg Yolk ($8.90 per portion) is comfort food for me and I guess it can never go wrong. Now, just give me a bowl of rice.
Ok, this Sambal Kang Kong ($8.90 small) is way too expensive and too small portion. I don’t know why I always love to complain when my plate of vegetables are costing so much yet the portion is so little. Vegetables shouldn’t be costing that much, and the belachan is too oily.
Lastly, we shared a plate of Supreme Seafood Fried Rice ($12.90 small) which was just nice for two of us (yes I am tam chiak, but not big eater).
If you are a tea lover, try their aromatic chrysanthemum, jasmine, osmanthus or dried longan teas. Their fruit-infused teas like the eclectic lemongrass and passion fruit iced tea are refreshing too.
Paradise Inn @ Bedok Point
Address: 799 Upper Changi Road
#02-01/04 Bedok Point
Tel: +65 6447 8083
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