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Apart from serving Chicken Rice which @weenamkee_sg is well known for, the curry fish head here is also a hit among most diners, with its vast presence in almost every table! ✨ Lying in a hot piping pool of curry, the main highlight is the huge steamed Garoupa fish that comes with a soft, delicate flesh. Along with an assortment of vegetables ranging from cabbage, long beans and tau pok, the curry comes with a fragrant, aromatic tinge of spice that’s distinct and not too overwhelming. Couldn’t help drizzling some over my rice instead! 🙈 Portion is huge and great for sharing when you are dining in large groups .
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Thanks @weenamkee_sg for the feast the other day and @qinlovesmacaronsss for extending the invite! 😋😋 .
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This place was small and the seats were packed tightly together. Not very nice to hang around for long. Coffee was the usual standard, strong and bitter. Hot too.

Mom complained that the last time she got this, the rice was burnt. So I asked them not to over cook the rice. It was perfect, with crispy bits at the bottom. The chicken was tender enough but I didn’t like the salted fish inside. The black sauce was also not enough, making the dish on the bland side.

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Delighted to see that I could take as much minced garlic as I wanted. There were some mushrooms and bean curd skin inside the soup, with 2 short ribs and 3 slices of pork belly. The ribs were not tough and the pork belly slices were not fatty. Very nice. But the soup was sweet, which I didn’t like.

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$6.20 with egg. $5.50 without egg. The combination of the sauce, dried chilli and slice pork mix with the rice.... goodness!

Slightly glazed, sprinkled with sesame seeds, and beautifully crunchy; saturated with salt, oil and a numbing blast of Sichuan peppercorn. I like the bony, superhot, almost burned la zi ji at some other restaurants in town, But the la zi ji at Paradise Dynasty is splendid. The experience is akin to a treasure hunt, chopsticks darting through the mountain of chiles for stray nuggets of meat, an activity you will pursue like Davy Jones, long after the last bit of chicken has definitely disappeared.

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Prawn Paste Chicken Wings- crispy, very satisfied, yummy...

But needed to wait for about 45mins on a Sunday evening.

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Nice cafe within the heartlands. They got interesting fusions like laksa/tom yum pasta and satay burgers. Muslim friends would be happy to know that this place is halal certified.

Crab!! This is one of the best crab i ever tried. Salted egg aroma is very strong till next table also asked us what is the dish we have ordered. To good to be true. And yet we tried! My friends claim it to be a best zi char that they ever came across.

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Pretty pricey for hawker food but they did come with nice cuts of tender mutton protein!

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Thought the soup was nicely sweet with the Angelica and adequately refreshing with the pungent gingers.

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So fragrant and spicy. This was a great plate of Tom Yum fried rice. Seasoned just right. Not oily but got wok hei. I enjoyed the raw onion slices with the rice. Prawns and sotong were fresh. Delicious!