Saturday, November 10, 2012

Paradise Inn @ West Coast Plaza, Singapore

Besides having Soup Restaurant for our weekly family dinner, Paradise Inn is another one of the choices we frequent much. Under one of Singapore's largest restaurant chains - Paradise Group (which houses Paradise Dynasty, Canton Paradise, Kungfu Paradise etc.),  Paradise Inn is a casual dining concept with authentic, yet affordable Chinese cuisine served in a nostalgic teahouse setting.
 
Please kindly note that all prices listed below is based on the smallest size available for each individual dish without promotions or sets.
 
Paradise Inn serves the best Chinese Style Pan-Fried Beef Fillet (S$14.90). Succulent beef fillets cut into bite-size slices. Tender, juicy and pan-fried to just the right doneness, what else are you looking?

 
Stewed 'Dong Po' Pork (S$12.90 per portion) which consist a ratio of half-fat and half-lean meat pork belly stewed traditionally in Chinese condiments, including wine. This dish was oily but not greasy, however the lean part of the meat was a tad overcooked.
 

Supreme Seafood Rice (S$12.90) is a must-try - fragrant rice fried with a generous portion of shrimps and roes. We also had the Soup of the Day: Double-boiled Spare Ribs with Winter Melon and Dried Canpoy (S$17.90) which apparently "helps to lower blood pressure, nourishes 'yin' and improves functionalities of stomach and kidney.

 
Their vege-superstar Poached Chinese Spinach with Egg Trio and Minced Pork in Superior Stock (S$14.90) was awesome. In case, if you're wondering what is Egg Trio, it is Creamy Egg White, Century Egg and Salted Egg Yolk. They complemented the spinach really well. We always cleaned up this dish in a matter of minutes.


Braised Home-made Tofu (S$10.90) served with Golden Mushroom and Minced Pork was good, but nothing much to rave about.


 A small portion of desserts is included if you ordered their set meal. In our case, we had the Chilled Lemongrass Jelly with Lemonade (S$3.50). Minty, refreshing and thirst-quenching. It probably summarized up what one would like for a hot and humid day.

 
Paradise Inn is usually crowded with diners who are looking for a place to have their family dinner or for discussing business over a good pot of tea or desserts. Therefore, placing reservations is highly recommended if you were to visit during dinner hours at weekends.
 
 
 
 
Paradise Inn
 
Tel: 67779950
 
Opening Hours
Daily: 11:30 - 22:00
Last Order at 21:30.
 
154 West Coast Road
#B1-48
West Coast Plaza