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Paradise Dynasty 40% Off – Late Weekday Dim Sum

The Paradise Dynasty 40% off promotion is currently available at various outlets in Singapore. We delayed our lunch to 3 pm so that we can try this out at the Paradise Dynasty Westgate outlet. We believe that this deal is available at other outlets in Singapore, but do check the website for the current status and conditions.

T & Cs of Paradise Dynasty 40% Discount

According to the Paradise website these are some the conditions that you should take note of:

  • Valid for dine-in by Paradise Gourmet Rewards members.
  • Valid from Mondays to Fridays, 3pm to 5pm, excluding eve of/and PH.
  • Valid for orders of selected menu items, and for diners with first order locked-in after 3pm and before 5pm.
  • Not valid in conjunction with other discounts, promotions, vouchers or membership privileges.

Not being a Paradise Gourmet member, we had to sign up at the restaurant. This was done by downloading and signing on to an App onto our mobile phone.

Paradise Dynasty Westgate Menu

Paradise Dynasty Westgate is situated on level 2 of the Jurong East shopping mall. It has a pleasant layout. Apart from us it seems that there is a fair amount of people thinking of the Paradise Dynasty 40% off late weekday dim sum. The restaurant was about a third full even we were there at such an unusual time on a weekday.

Here are some sample pictures of the Paradise Dynasty Westgate Menu. Do note that the 40% discount is only applicable some sections of the menu – mainly dim sum and noodles and dessert. The staff in attendance knew that 3 pm diners were there for one reason, and were able to guide us through the menu. We ordered an assortment of dim sum and noodles.

What We Ate at Paradise Dynasty 40% Off

The Noodles

We tried two types of noodles – La Mian With Sliced Kurobuta Pork in Signature Soup ($14.50) and La Mian with Spiced Beef Soup ($13.80). In terms of taste the la mian dishes were good but not as rich or unique as those from Japanese ramen shops. After the 40% discount, these noodles cost around $8.50 each, which makes them more appealing. We preferred the spiced beef soup version as it was more flavourful and not very spicy.

La Mian With Sliced Kurobuta Pork

The Dim Sum

We had quite a few varieties of dim sum including both the deep fried and steamed items. They include pan-fried pork dumpling ($12.60), deep fried scallion pastry ($5.80), crispy spring roll ($6.80), chicken xiao long bao (13.80) and steamed red bean bun ($6.30) . These prices are before the discount. You can imagine that the prices are quite attractive if you work out a 40% off these numbers.

The best items of the day were the red bean bun and the pan-fried dumplings – they were so good we asked for another helping. The rest of the dim sum items were ok but not very memorable.

One Last Thing

One of our weaknesses is the tendency to over-order when there is a discount. In the end we had more food than we really needed. Hence the actual savings of going for a late tea time dim sum at Paradise Dynasty Westgate was not as great as we had planned. If we do this again, we should stick to plan and not eat more just because the prices are lower.

Food: 3
Service: 3
Value: 4 (with 40% discount)
Atmosphere: 3
Overall: 3 TOPs 

3 Tops

Paradise Dynasty at Westgate
3 Gateway Drive
Westgate #02-13
Singapore 608532
Tel: +65 6465 9271

Business Hours
Mon to Fri 11.00am – 10.00pm (Last order at 9.30pm)
Sat, Sun & PH 10.30am -10.00pm (Last order at 9.30pm)


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