Starting off with Paradise Dynasty’s Laksa Xiao Long Bao ($9.80) that has a spicy flavoured broth with the pork filling before moving into Canton Paradise’s Crispy Chilli Crab Pastry ($7.80) that pays homage to one of Singapore’s iconic dishes as a bite-sized delight.

Warm the heart and soul with Paradise Classic’s Double-boiled Pork Rib and Chicken in Bak Kut Teh Soup ($26.90) that brings sips of nourishment and tender-to-the-bite pork and chicken meat, followed by the Stir-fried Crystal Prawn in Singapore Chilli Sauce ($23.90) that has a mild spiciness level. Representing Seafood Paradise are the Kang Kong with Cuttlefish in Satay Sauce ($17.80) and Singapore Style Wok-fried Hokkien Mee with Seafood ($18.80), the former is a heritage dish that is not commonly seen these days while the latter is the popular hawker dish that has been elevated with a medley of clams, prawn and squid.

Lastly, LeNu presents the Beef “Bak Chor Mee” ($11.90) which comes topped with a variety of ingredients including braised mushrooms, fried pork lard, meatballs and a sweet minced meat sauce that you can mix everything up with the noodles and the accompanying sambal chilli.
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