We also tried the char siew baos at Canton Paradise as we were craving for more dim sum. The char siew baos here are different from those that are sold at your usual coffee shop drinks stalls, as the pork filling is encased within a bun that is baked, which makes the exterior really crispy.

We love the slight buttery taste in the crust, and the fact that the pork filling comprised quite a fair bit of fatty meat as well. Furthermore, the amount of meat served in each bun was pretty generous too! You pay around $6++ for three char siew baos, which I guess is a fairly reasonable price for dim sum in a Chinese restaurant.