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1 Sengkang Square
#03-14 Compass One
Singapore 545078

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10:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Xiao Long Bao (4 Pieces - forgot the price) The hot soup filled inside the xiao long bao was quite average but not that salty after poking a hole inside Xiao Long Bao.

Crispy BBQ Honey Pork Bun (3 Pieces - $6.50) seemed like similar to Tim Ho Wan's Version. If you asked me that I preferred Tim Ho Wan than this one, it tasted normal char siew bun and not crispy for the bun. They do takeaway for Crispy BBQ Honey Pork Bun if you are interested. @ So I didn't know they replicated Tim Ho Wan until I saw online food bloggers talk since Tim Ho Wan opened at first outlet (Plaza Singapura) back during 2013. I did eaten it before a few years back back after the crowd have getting less a bit.

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk Custard Piggy Bun 🐷🐷🐷 (3 Pieces - $6.40) is unique and cute dim sun that I have seen before. Its thick and salty egg yolk custard sauce filled piggy bun. The hot custard sauce oozed after tearing apart the piggy bun.

BBQ Pork Noodle ($10.20) is under chef's recommendation and too sinful for me because its too tender due to fats hidden the BBQ Pork. The noodle was soft, flexible and complemented well with light soya sauce.

Pan-fried Radish Cake (3 Pieces - $4.90) is quite salty taste but too soft texture filled as seemed like being to force pan-fried radish cake.

We are super picky about our ‘Char Shao Su’ or Baked BBQ Pork Pastry and we daresay Canton Paradise’s version surpasses most Chinese restaurants in Singapore.