$7.90 for Any Basket of up to 10 Xiao Long Baos at Paradise Dynasty (Worth up to $19.80)
- Enjoy a basket of 10 same-flavored Xiao Long Baos or try the Signature Dynasty Dumplings (8 in a basket)
- 8 first-of-its-kind unique flavors: Original, Ginseng, Foie Gras, Black Truffle, Cheese, Crab Roe, Garlic, Sze Chuan
- Comfortable, luxurious restaurant setting
- Experienced chefs
- Perfect with friends and family
No reservations allowed. Groupon printout MUST be presented.
In a pugilistic world where swordsmen fought for integrity and fallen damsels, it was necessary for them to pack delicious and tiny soup dumplings for a convenient and nourishing bite during bouts of rests in blood drawing sword duels. Slurp up equally tasty soup dumplings in less threatening situations with today’s Groupon: $7.90 for any basket of 10 Xiao Long Baos at Paradise Dynasty (worth up to $19.80). The Groupon can also be specially used towards the Signature Dynasty Dumplings.
Paradise Dynasty plush dining ambience offers diners a glimpse of the bygone ear of Imperial China in a contemporary setting where textured wood pillars and wall panels made from 100 year old timber are dressed in rich deluxe colours like gold and red for a stunning contrast. Sink further into the regal atmosphere of China’s royal past as customized chandeliers are hung around for an luxuriously imperial backdrop. A feast not just for the eyes, test the stability of your chopsticks skills by picking up a dainty and delicious Xiao Long Bao which is a culinary innovation in Chinese cuisine.
Pick a basket of 10 same-flavoured Xiao Long Baos or be more adventurous with the Signature Dynasty Dumplings, with 8 soup dumplings in one basket endowed with first-of-its-kind unique indulgent stuffings such as black truffle, foie gras, garlic, ginseng, cheese, Szechuan and crab roe (from $6.80 to $12.80 for 6 pieces). Conceptualized by CEO Eldwin Chua and his able team of chefs, these Xiao Long Bao have been tantalizing the taste buds of diners and swordsman-wannabes.
After all, the way to a man’s heart is either through his stomach or use of a sharpened sword!
“..the rich foie gras, the part-earthy, part-pungent black truffle and piquant Sichuan flavours were exceptional or worthy complements to the savoury pork flavour.” – TimeOut Singapore
“The “extra” ingredients taste subtle rather than overwhelm the filling. Regardless of which flavor you go for, the xiao long bao tastes marvelous, bursting with hot, fragrant broth with a tinge of novelty.” – Sparklette Review
“Most of them are very nice - such as the sweet crab roe (has crab meat and roe flavoured pork), aromatic ginseng, spicy Sichuan (pleasant and not too tongue-scorching) and palatable cheese (good mix of cheeses). The crab-roe version here is better than a famous China one, which tastes artificially sweet. With most prices hovering from budget to mid-range, this is not an expensive eatery even though the decor looks quite chic.” – SoShiok Review