Best Restaurants to Eat at in Hong Kong: Paradise Dynasty

Photo Credit: (https://la.eater.com/2018/5/15/17357138/paradise-dynasty-soup-dumplings-westside-expansion-america)

Paradise Dynasty is a Chinese restaurant that is similar to Din Tai Fung. There are many locations around the world (I have personally tried ones in Singapore and Hong Kong), and the quality control seems to be really good.

Paradise Dynasty is known for its xiaolongbao (pictured above), which are different from normal ones because they have different flavors such as garlic, truffle, foie gras, etc. Each of the flavors makes the xiaolongbao more rich and tasty, and I enjoyed most of them. In total, they have 8 different flavors (including one original flavor), so there should be something for every type of palette. Also, as you can see above, the colors make for a great picture.

However, Paradise Dynasty also has more than just its xiaolongbao; similar to Din Tai Fung, they have a huge menu with so many different types of Chinese food. Most of the noodle, rice, meat, and vegetable dishes that I tried were all pretty good, so it is not just the dumplings that are good. Be sure to order whatever items you normally get at Chinese restaurants!

I have heard that Paradise Dynasty is trying to expand into more parts of the world, and there are apparently plans to open soon in the US in places such as South Coast Plaza. Hopefully, this means that more people from all over the world will be able to try it. If you ever see a location, I would recommend giving it a chance!

Paradise Dynasty Recommendation Rating: 3.5

1: Something worth checking out if you have time

2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone

3: Something worth prioritizing if interested

4: Something worth making time to check out

5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for

One response to “Best Restaurants to Eat at in Hong Kong: Paradise Dynasty”

  1. […] Paradise Dynasty (Similar to Din Tai Fung, but it has flavored xiao long baos) […]

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