Specialising in unique Teochew cuisine, Paradise Teochew Restaurant Singapore is making waves in the food scene of late. Inspired by the roots of this enticing cuisine that hails from Chaoshan region in the eastern part of China's Guangdong Province, this elegant restaurant in Orchard Scotts Square also boasts an eclectic and vibrant interior that complements the menu down to a tee. This is the second Paradise Teochew in the city – with the first located on Amber Road – and it’s only going from strength to strength. This is Singapore dining at its finest so reserve a table and head to Scotts Road as soon as you can – this is an experience you don’t want to be missing.
When you first enter Paradise Teochew Restaurant at Scotts Square Orchard, you’ll be greeted by exceptionally friendly staff and, if you’re anything like us, be wowed at the bright yet intimate dining hall. As you would expect from the team behind Singapore’s Paradise Teochew, no small detail is overlooked and you can expert first-class service that’s both elegant and fun. Sounds perfect, don’t you think? As for the menu, well this is where things really heat up. As we said, Teochew cuisine hails from Chaoshan region and is a unique regional Chinese cuisine that has an emphasis on natural flavours, light seasoning and fresh ingredients.
The menu at Paradise Teochew Restaurant Singapore boasts over a hundred Teochew signature dishes alongside an array of dim sum options, so everyone will be more than catered for in this Chinese haven. Some of our favourite dishes include the Teochew-style chilled yellow roe crab; stewed duck and yam casserole; braised live prawns with dried flat fish and stir-fried mee sua that really packs a punch. You’ll find Paradise Teochew on Scotts Road at Scotts Square in Orchard where we can guarantee you’ll be in for a meal you won’t be forgetting. Reservations are essential.
Excellent food and service. I went 2 days in a row. Most of what I had were delicious - Cold crab, Xiao long Bao, fried Teochew kway teow, fried Dou Miao. Wouldn't bother with the desserts tho'. Tau Suan was too sweet and Yam paste too fine and liquid. I prefer the latter with some texture.
We were placed in the private room. A very pleasant experience, attentive staff and tasty food. Quality crockery and utensils used. Impressed with the fresh ingredients used in the condiments as well.
Impeccable service, took our orders n delivered to us timely n such a treat the choices of dishes, that we had was simply delicious. Recommended is the 3-1 Duck, Pork n Octopus dish (members only pay $12 for a $30 dish) Love to try lunch this time....