Known for its rainbow soup dumplings, the rush to taste the xiao long bao is definitely worth the wait.
“We really didn’t wait too long. We waited about 30, 40 minutes,” said Nathan Lamont, a tourist from Norway. “That’s not too bad because the place is very popular.”
Brandon O’Neal, who is from Taiwan, said: “I come here when I want to have good xiao long bao. “If you want a rich, creamy, creamy taste? You come here.”
Conceptualized and founded by Eldwin Chua, Singapore’s franchise group has successfully opened more than 100 restaurants in 11 countries.
Chua, CEO of Paradise Group, said: “We believe in serving traditional Chinese food. You talk about thousands of years of history.” “As time goes on, food becomes more and more refined. There are no boundaries – it’s all about creativity.”
Craig Hung, a diner from Irvine, said: “This is a kind of mixing pot of food, culture and history.
Besides some changes to the American menu, customers not only queued up for their signature Instagram-famous dumplings – but also had to order other dishes like sautéed minced pork, Sichuan crispy chicken. Spicy and Dan Dan noodles.
“If you haven’t eaten before, give it a try,” says Kristie Hang, a food and travel journalist/journalist/journalist. “It may taste different. It may taste better than you expect.”
Located at South Coast Plaza in Bloomingdale’s in Costa Mesa, Dynasty Paradise is open daily from 11am to 9pm
“We will continue to grow our company – continue to grow our restaurants,” says Chua. “And we hope one day we can reach a level where we are internationally recognized.”
Address: 3333 Bristol St Suite A, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Phone: (714) 617-4630
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