‘Chinese cuisine with a difference’, Taste Paradise offers an elaborate menu of fine Cantonese cuisine | Chinese New Year Menu

Listed as one of Singapore’s Top 10 Chinese Restaurants, award-winning Taste Paradise prides itself as a strong upstart in Chinese fine dining. Dubbed ‘Chinese cuisine with a difference’, Taste Paradise offers an elaborate menu of fine Cantonese and contemporary Chinese cuisine with an impressive array of the finest and most innovative Dim Sum and roasting fare.

Taste Paradise ION VIP Room

Set in the opulence of ancient elegance, Taste Paradise is also set to impress guests from the very moment they step into the restaurant. With gilded slates weaving across the large expanse of the restaurant’s ceiling space, the decor is reminiscent of a dragon – the mystical animal revered by the Chinese through the ages. In the main and private halls, a series of hand-painted and life-sized portraits of China’s most illustrious emperors complete the picture of grandeur.

Taste Paradise ION Main Dining HallTaste Paradise ION Regular Private Room2



Executive Chef Jason Lau







Among the new Chinese New Year set menu, we tried out the LONGEVITY menu, for 4 person. Each dish represent prosperity, longevity and happiness.






Starting off with Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng. Chef decided to prepare all the ingredient in the kitchen instead of buying in bulk from supplier, this is to ensure it is freshly made everyday and the texture is fine, and not too thick. The sauce is specially made too with a bit of Yuzu vinegar added instead of too much sweet sauce usually found in most Yu Sheng.



Double-Boiled Shark’s Cartilage Soup with Fish Maw, Conpoy and Mushroom

The double-boiled shark’s cartilage soup is one of Taste Paradise famous signature dish. The soup is thick and full of flavor with chunky fish maw, conpoy and mushroom. Absolutely delicious and highly recommended.



Stir-fried Prawn in Cream Milk

While stir-fried prawn is a common dish but in Cantonese Prawn means Laugh and having this dish during the Chinese New Year means you will laugh all the way in the new year.



Braised Dried Oyster with Deer Tendons, Sea Cucumber and Black Moss

This is another signature Cantonese dish, very traditional way of cooking. Not easy to cook it just right and so tender. Highly recommended dish here.


Poached Chicken with Special Ginger Sauce

The secret to this tasty dish is the special ginger sauce. The sauce compliment the soft tender chicken, recommend to go with a bowl of rice.


Wok-fried Glutinous rice with Assorted Chinese Sausages

Represent good harvest in the new year.


Steam Nian Gao with Coconut crumbs

Nian gao, sometimes translated as Chinese New Year’s cake, is a food prepared from glutinous rice and consumed in Chinese cuisine. While it can be eaten all year round, traditionally it is most popular during Chinese New Year. It is considered good luck to eat nian gao during this time, because nian gao is a homonym for “higher year.” The Chinese word 粘 (nián), meaning “sticky”, is identical in sound to 年, meaning “year”, and the word 糕 (gāo), meaning “cake” is identical in sound to 高, meaning “high or tall”. As such, eating nian gao has the symbolism of raising oneself taller in each coming year (年年高升 niánnián gāoshēng).


Chilled Almond Beancurd with Longan

The sweet and chilled almond beancurd with longan helps complete the meal. A perfect end to the delicious new year menu for 4 person.

Have a look at the full range of Chinese New Year Menu below and make a reservation at Taste Paradise today.





Taste Paradise at ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
ION Orchard #04-07
Singapore 238801
Tel: +65 6509 9660

Business Hours
Mon to Fri 11.00am – 3.00pm (Last order at 2.30pm) | 6.00pm – 11.00pm (Last order at 10.00pm)
Sat, Sun & PH 11.00am – 4.30pm (Last order at 3.30pm) | 6.00pm – 11.00pm (Last order at 10.00pm)

Table reservations are welcome. Reservations will only be held for 15 mins. Private rooms are available.



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