April 01, 2018

Paradise Dynasty in Mandaluyong: Legendary Xiao Long Bao

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  • Dine in at one of the most luxurious fine dining restaurants in Metro Manila that offers one-of-a-kind Chinese cuisine: Paradise Dynasty. Embodying opulence and grace, Paradise Dynasty restaurants take you to imperial China with their legendary dishes.

    Specialty Dynasty Xiao Long Bao (Php 388 for 8 pieces)

    Recently, they’ve expanded their brand by opening in various malls in the metro, one of which is at The Podium Mall in Mandaluyong City. Branded as a world-class restaurant, Paradise Dynasty not only boasts sophistication, but also lets customers in for a surreal food experience with their legendary 8 colorful flavors of Xiao Long Bao.


    Fit for queens and kings, they have created a basket full of colorful and scrumptious soup dumplings bursting with different flavors. Specialty Dynasty Xiao Long Bao (Php 388)  has eight flavors, Original (white), Ginseng (green), Garlic (brown), Black Truffle (black), Cheese (yellow), Crab Roe (Orange), Foie Gras, and Szechuan (red). It is recommended that you eat them accordingly, by following a clockwise direction.

    Each soup dumpling has a unique flavor to it and when you reach your fourth, you’ll taste the vibrancy and intensity of the broth. We recommend that you order one basket all to yourself so you’ll be able to try them all. They also offer individual baskets with each of the flavors. One of their best-sellers it the Signature Original Xiao Long Bao priced at Php 188 for 6 pieces. and Php 298 for 10 pieces.

    Black Truffle Xiao Long Bao(6 pieces for Php 330, 10 pieces for Php 540)

    Guests will be surprised to know that at their Podium branch, Paradise Dynasty offers signature dishes that are not available at the other restaurants, such as the Charcoal Custard Lava Bun (Php 188), a charcoal sweet bun filled with salted-egg yolk custard and the Crispy-fried Crystal Prawns tossed with Salted Egg Yolk  (Php 588).

    Stir-fried Shredded Pork in Black Bean Sauce served with Chinese Crepes (Php 388)

    Don’t miss the Stir-fried Shredded Pork in Black Bean Sauce served with Chinese Crepes (Php 388), Spicy Szechuan Crispy Chicken (Php 298), and Kung Pao Chicken (Php 298) that you can order for sharing. The best part of the dining experience is you can watch your food being made through their open kitchen.

    This also appears in the April 2018 issue of the Philippine Primer Japanese magazine.

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