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Braised Vermicelli with Pork Trotter Crisp-fried Shrimp Paste Chicken Stewed Eggplant with Minced Pork and Salted Fish in Claypot Stewed Pork Belly served with Lotus Bun Supreme Seafood Fried Rice
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等級4 2016-01-04
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Coming here makes me and mum reminisce about our times here with someone long ago. Mother has some superstition so she insisted that we do not sit near the wall, somewhere I like to sit at usually.The food here is quite pricey but not as pricey as fine dining but of course, too pricey for our budget. So I just ordered the items with lower prices. The cutlery and cockery are very shiny and beautiful all in god and black design that makes it exquisite. The service here is impeccable to the extent of the burmese waitress keying in the words, "Less Oil" as per my request for my food though it still turned out to be oily for us. At least she took the effort. The waiters kept pouring our Guan Yin tea (RM 14 for 4 pax) for us too. 3 bowls of rice cost RM 6, Peanuts for RM 3 and towels for RM 2.40. These miscellaneous items cost RM 11.40 which is unnecessary spending. Pork Belly with Lotus Bun (RM 11.80 for 2 pieces, RM 5.60 each) I always like to order this type of dish ever since I tried a similar one but the vegetarian version at Olive Vegetarian restaurant in Section 17. The pork belly is like a sliver of goodness plus sin for me as I am on a diet. I for one, was a Pork Hater and used to pick ever single morsel of pork in my food to the extent that my friend jokingly called me a non-Chinese, but then again, what's so great about pork? I still never like minced pork and still pick every morsel out of my plate but this pork belly, was so inviting that I made it a once-in-a-while eating item. After all, most of the time I do not eat pork and it's no harm eating a little, especially when it looks so salivating to me, with the pork marination sauce dripping off the meat when I tried to sneak it in between the soft sliced lotus bun. Pork heaven? Perhaps? Smoke Coffee Pork Ribs (RM 22.90) OK, fancy me ordering another pork dish? Can I assure you by saying that actually ever since I joined my colleagues for lunch and dinner gatherings which involved da chao, I learnt to eat deep fried pork ribs and developed a unique liking (in my record of eating) to deep fried pork ribs cooked with marmite, butter and etc sauce that makes the result fragrant. Mum did not like this and thought of this as weird but being a coffee lover, I was addicted to coffee taste on my meat. It is like having rose perfume on your most hated item. I guess coffee is a perfect camouflage in this case. The pork ribs turned out to be so fragrant from all the coffee.Tea-Smoked Duck (RM 14.90) I have always liked duck cooked in thin slices, smoked the Western way instead of the Chinese Duck Rice method. Though I could not admit having tasted any tea taste, I still liked the duck with lightly drizzled sauce on top. It would have gone well with the paper wraps for Vietnamese food and also salad wrap. Steamed Fillet Garoupa (RM 35.90) We rarely order fish at a Chinese restaurant due to the exorbitant price. After consideration, it is much more worth the money to order big whole steamed fish at the local kopitiam as it would cost almost RM 100 to do this here. The fish is not that soft, probably due to the breed. There are black fungus, with lots of soup and also parsley for this dish. Drumstick Mushrooms and Chick Peas (RM 24.90) This dish comes served with chick peas that are blanched beforehand and looks so fresh and crispy, The mushrooms are the more expensive type and has high quality. The dish is shiny due to too much oil used. I secretly hoped it is olive oil. Bean Sprouts with Vercimelli (RM 16.90) Since we were still hungry, I ordered this dish as I like bean sprouts and glass noodles a lot. I mistaken it for being glass noodles but it turned out to be bihun. Anyway, thank god there were a of ingredients so I did not complain though we were all awe-struck at how small the plate was. THE BILL: Food: RM 152.7010% Service Charge : RM 15.27 6% GST: RM 10.68 Details: Address: OB3, LG1 & 1.8, Lower Ground One, Oasis Boulevard, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, MalaysiaPhone:+60 3-5637 8822Hours: Open today : 10 am - 10 pm 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-10-06
171 瀏覽
Sunway Pyramid is some of the malls I am usually get lost as I could not figure which autrium to go. This time, I am going for the Paradise Inn, one of the famous restaurant in Singapore had landed their feet here. Renowned for its concept of integrating the best of a restaurant, teahouse and dessert house all under one roof, Paradise Inn is indeed a great place to visit. The Supreme Fried Rice is my favorite. Golden fried rice which is added with the tiny flying fish roe is simply superb. The golden rice is well fried and filled with fragrance of the rice is simply good and lovely. The rice is just perfect and each mouthful of the fried rice is sinfully delicious. It is added with the deep fried chicken wings together in the set where the chicken wings is delicious with the juicy meat and crispy skin.Price: RM 20.90++ 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-09-30
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I was delighted to be invited along with Agnes to Paradise Inn, which famed for its double-boiled soup.Upon entering, I was surrounded by modern wooden dining chairs, light blue pattern that resembles traditional Chinese window pattern, along with orange lanterns in river stream-like arrangement. Double-boiled Bamboo Fungus with Dried Conpoy Soup 干贝菜胆炖竹笙汤 (RM43.90 per pot)Stewed Pork Belly served with Lotus Bun 招牌扣肉包 (RM4.90 per piece)Paradise Inn certainly know what's best for their patrons where pork belly can only be right with the fatty part. Just gobble this tender and fatty layered pork belly that has been simmered for hours, sandwiched in soft Chinese bun along with lettuce and embrace as it moves down to the throat from your tongue. A must-have for pork lover. Coffee Pork Ribs 咖啡排骨王 (RM20.90 small)Though we Malaysians might not heard of this interesting combination of coffee and pork ribs, this dish is pretty common in Singapore. Thanks to the Paradise Group, which was originated from Singapore to include this unique dish in Paradise Inn menu. I would say whoever that have come up with this combination is a pure genius. Slices of pork ribs being deep-fried and coated in the coffee-based sweet sauce: maintaining the fragrance of coffee but not the bitterness. Odd, but perfect. Crisp-fried Crystal Prawns in Wasabi Mayo Sauce 青芥末虾球 (RM29.90 small)Another dish that would take lots of effort in preparation: removal of intestinal vein, crisp fried the prawn to curl into pretty ball shape, coated with wasabi mayo sauce and garnished with fish roes. I personally prefer prawn with intestinal vein removed as it's much more comforting to know that I'm not eating the prawn's waste and it could also be affecting the overall taste. The usage of wasabi in this dish was minimal, just enough to stimulate the nasal passage and clear its way for prawn and mayo flavor. One of my favorites for that night. Hot Plate Tofu with Preserved ‘Cai Xin’and Minced Pork 菜香铁板豆腐 (RM18.90 small)What's not to like for this smooth bean curd served in sizzling hot plate with a layer of egg at the bottom and topped with generous amount of 'cai xin', minced pork and mushroom? We were told that this is one of parents' favorites in feeding their kids with another add-on rice.Individual Mini Wok Set Meal Supreme Seafood Fried Rice 海鲜皇鸳鸯炒饭 (RM20.90)Brilliant solution made specially for single patron or companions that would like to have their own set of dishes from RM19.90++. There are also other varieties of individual set meal such as Hot Steaming Basket, Chargrilled and Hot Stone Bowl where each set comes with a traditional double-boiled soup of the day, a platter of fresh vegetables and side dishes of the day. (with compliments homemade Thai Chili Sauce)Chilled Lemongrass Jelly with Lemonade (Chilled) 酸甘香茅冻 (冷)(RM6.90)Rice Dumplings (2pcs) in Red Bean Paste (Warm) 红豆沙汤圆 (温)(RM6.90)Black sesame rice dumplings (tong yun) served warm in red bean paste of sago, accompanied with lovely scent of dried citrus peel. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-09-22
87 瀏覽
Paradise Inn is located at Lower Ground of Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, where previously is Xian Ding Wei Restaurant. They serve some of the best classics along with double boiled soups and fusion dishes. As a teahouse, they serve some of the best teas infused with fruits, herbs and flowers and for dessert lovers, there are traditional hot and cold desserts to satisfy sweet tooth. I have ordered Stir-Fried Sweet & Sour Rice set. The set come with a double-boiled soups where each brewed for at least 8 hours each that are of high nourishing values deriving from superior and authentic ingredients. The meat is very crispy and tender. Overall, the rice set is really good, just that a bit expensive. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-08-14
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Naturally, dishes would go with white rice but I tried the noodles as well. The menu was interesting, there is something for everyone. There are assorted noodles to pick but I feel like having the Home made style Fried Vermicelli so I ordered that. And to be real honest, I thought it was a little over priced. A simple plate for fried vermicelli for RM 19.90 and there weren’t much expensive ingredients at all. However, it was tasty nonetheless so I guess there is not much to complain.Also, this place is a good news for those who like soup a lot. There is a great variety of soup and for those simple dinners the Traditional Double Boiled Soup of the Day which happens to be watercress soup most of the time, is great for one person.As for the dinning ambience, I find this place really calm and peaceful to dine in. The staffs were pretty efficient and do a great job keeping all the customers happy.As for the beverages, there are some fruit juices as well as my usual, tea. There is also an assorted variation of tea to choose and I went with the Tie Kuan Yin which sells at RM 6. I would prefer this to be served with smaller cups for instead of these. 繼續閱讀
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