About Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands

Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands offers exactly what you’d expect: exceptional Cantonese cooking. The Marina Bay area of Singapore isn’t short of great places to eat, we know, but nowhere else can you find fare quite like this. Think all-day dim sum, Hong Kong-style noodles and congee, perfectly roasted meats and classic wok dishes. If that all sounds good then you’ll find Canton Paradise on Bay Level of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands a match made in heaven, and it’s open breakfast, lunch and dinner. Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands Singapore is one of our favourite Chinese restaurants in the area and, given this better than prime location, advanced reservations are certainly advised.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 10:30 am
Thursday
10:30 am - 10:30 pm
Friday
10:30 am - 10:30 pm
Saturday
10:30 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday
10:30 am - 11:00 pm
Monday
10:30 am - 10:30 pm
Tuesday
10:30 am - 10:30 pm
Wednesday
10:30 am - 10:30 pm

Address

Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands
2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-02 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018972

Main Menu

Teahouse Set Menu

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Dear diners, please note the following reservation policy at this restaurant:
- Tables will be held for 10 minutes only
- On public holidays, the eve of public holidays and weekends, there is an allocated dining time of 1.5 hours
- Seating arrangement is subject to availability and at restaurant's discretion

Everyone in Singapore knows of the Marina Bay Sands complex and so everyone knows there’s a certain quality to the food being served by the restaurants and cafes calling it home. Canton Paradise is no exception, of course, and we can’t get enough of its excellent selection of dim dum that’s delicious and very well-priced compared to elsewhere around Marina Bay. We’d recommend pairing the har gow, siu mai, cheong fun and a classic wanton noodle soup for a properly enjoyable meal. There’s lots more to choose from at Canton Paradise, however, we recommend including a few Singaporean favourites done with a Cantonese twist…

Try the pork belly claypot for a wholesome Cantonese fill, or the Canton Paradise salted fish rice that’s sure to leave you full and more than satisfied. Combine with the kai lan with garlic (it’ll arrive at your table with lots of garlic, believe us) and perhaps some roasted duck noodles and you’ll soon see why we’re raving about this Marina Bay Sands restaurant. Chinese food in Singapore is always enjoyable, but here on the Bay Level you might just discover your love for it all over again. Head to Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands with a reservation in check.

20 Canton Paradise at Marina Bay Sands Reviews

Very Good
3.9/6
20 Reviews
Value for money:Reasonable value
Food:Good
Atmosphere:Lively
Noise levels:Average
Waiting time:Good
Service:Good
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"Excellent"6/6
Eileen B.23 days ago · 1 review

I find the food is not up to my expectations. The food had been served rather too fast. Service staff does not understand my request.

"Excellent"6/6
st l.3 months ago · 14 reviews

It has canto style influence in all its dishes n was authentic in taste. The ambiance was aairy suitable for Tim sum and high tea.

"Great"5/6
Mabel C.14 days ago · 10 reviews

nice environment but waiting time is a little too long... even with reservation still have to wait for quite a while... but will go again.

"Great"5/6
Josephine T.3 months ago · 7 reviews

The restaurant was packed with people on a Saturday evening but service was prompt n we were quickly been lead to our table and orders taken. The food was serve promptly and food quality was good Will go again.

"Good"4/6
Cup C.3 months ago · 7 reviews

Quite overpriced food, and food is frequently sold out by dinner time, have encountered this so many times I wonder if they do proper stock counts... also, staff frequently get our orders wrong even with verbal and written confirmation... I can name a few other restaurants that have much better variety and quality...

"Good"4/6
Cup C.3 days ago · 7 reviews

Why are the egg tarts always sold out? It's easily the best item on the menu. The dim sum top favourites are frequently out of stock, making it a minor irritation. Service was improved this time round, and they cleared the table promptly making life easier for us as we ordered a lot.

"Good"4/6
Eileen L.14 days ago · 3 reviews

Food was good. Service was quite prompt. Lady who took the order was friendly and smiley. However the wait for the queue to the cashier was quite long and could be faster if they have a second cashier in my opinion.

"Good"4/6
Cup C.16 days ago · 7 reviews

Service improved a little... could be because it was a weekday instead of weekend... gave the porridge a try, but as usual it was rather tasteless... hate some of the tables because they are very cramped for 4 people

"Great"5/6
Mike K.3 months ago · 1 review

Food is good. Ambience is great. The fried pork collar dish is to die for. Highly recommended. The prawn egg fried noodle is also awesome. Must try!

"Good"4/6
Amy W.4 months ago · 8 reviews

Food is ok. Worth getting membership with occassional special members only promo like dishes for $1 instead of regular price. Had cabbage with pork claypot for $1, usual price $15.80. Happy with savings.