Within its luxurious interiors, Paradise Inn, located near the Blue Concierge at LG1, offers a gastronomic array of premium food offerings served with fresh ingredients.
This Chinese New Year, Paradise Inn’s highlights include the Double Boiled Soup with scallops which needs to be boiled for over 9-12 hours and then another 2 hours with its premium ingredients. Dig in a spoonful into the bowl and you will find mushrooms with its diameter as long as our index finger, chicken feet and meat, old cucumber, fresh fish and ‘fa kan’.
What jumped out at us in this delicious dish is the sweet savoury taste of the soup which has absorbed the flavours of the different ingredients in its liquid.
Also featuring the best-seller Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage and Mushrooms or lap mei fan which is said to be a favourite among diners because of its ‘wok hei’ brings the dish to life.
Another highly recommended must-have dish in Paradise Inn is the Crispy Fried Crystal Prawns in Wasabi Mayo and Crispy Fried Crystal Prawn with Salted Egg, a lip-smacking experience which keeps you wanting more. The wasabi prawn is evenly spread and surprised us with the creamy texture of the wasabi prawn and the sharp taste of the wasabi was a brief accentuation that compliments the dish extremely well, bringing out the freshness of the generous-sized, crispy prawn.
The salted egg prawn, on the other hand, is also a lip-smacking delight that will have egg-loving diners rejoice. The texture of the salted egg prawn is also creamy but in a rough, meshy, eggy texture which also compliments the generous-sized, crispy prawn.
Another must-have exclusive for diners who love chicken feet is the duck web. The duck web in this restaurant is praised for its elasticity and tasty flavourful texture that makes you want more.
Do remember to check out the pun choi in this restaurant, with a rich number of premium ingredients all in one pot including mushroom, prawn, scallops, vegetables, meat and more, rested in sweet tasting soup.
According to Paradise Inn, the pun choi soup base is either scallop based on pork-based. At Paradise Inn, the pun choi soup base is scallop base, which is rare as majority restaurants would use pork-base soup to compliment its fresh and premium ingredients.
So here is our recommendation on where to eat during Chinese New Year. Look out for another restaurant recommendation coming up next…
These are a brief sneak peak of Paradise Inn’s offerings in Sunway Pyramid’s official Blog. For more salivating description, check out Sunway Colours at the link below:
Paradise Inn, OB3.LG1.7