A long-time favourite for Seaburn locals and lovers of true Chinese food all over Sunderland, Paradise Garden is a genuine Cantonese eatery offering superb value dining. Open six days a week for lunch and dinner seatings, Paradise Garden on Whitburn Bents Road can book out quickly, because it’s hard to find an equal to their quality Chinese fare and affordable prices in one place. From well-known classics to intriguing new tastes, Paradise Garden’s menu is stuffed with delicious dishes.
Staff lovely and accommodating, we took our 3 year old who intended to eat from our food but they made extra effort for him to have a proper plate and didn't feel like he had his own food etc. And the food was very tasty and served timely, didn't feel rushed. Great sea views too. Will be back.
we have been going to the paradise gardens for many years and have always enjoyed it we had the banquet for four and it was very good
Fast service big portions and always delivers on quality every time I have visited it has been 110% friendly staff and food absolutely amazing 11/10
Paradise Garden has been dishing up delicious Cantonese and Chinese dishes on Whitburn Bents Road for quite some time now, and a loyal local following attests to its high quality and superb value. With a prime beachside spot in Seaburn, Paradise Garden entices passers-by easily enough, but they usually have to be lucky – or smart, and book ahead – to nab a spot for Paradise Garden’s 3-course set lunch and evening dinner seatings, because the word is out all over Sunderland that this is a place to enjoy lovingly prepared Chinese food for incredible value.
From wan ton soup and chicken fried rice to vegetables and black bean sauce, plenty of firm Chinese favourites appear on the menu. However, you should take the chance to try some more intriguing meals available at Paradise Garden in Seaburn, particularly some of their traditional Cantonese specialties. You shouldn’t leave without at least one at the table trying the elaborate birds nest dishes (shredded potato baskets), and our choice would be that with sliced chicken Cantonese style. The range of sizzling hot plate dishes should also not be missed, and the specialty curries (king prawns, beef or chicken) here on Whitburn Bents Road are a major departure from the soups and stews more commonly found among Sunderland’s representatives of Chinese cuisine.