6 or 7 uninspired entrees, pizza and burgers. Service comparable to your local Chillis, but at $17.00 for a burger and fries, I expect a little more: Water refills, tables that don't rock back and forth and maybe a table cloth for the old and dated tables themselves. Not impressed and can't recommend....
Posted: 6/01/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Paradise Grille is upscale but not snobbish, with contemporary decor and beautiful orchids accentuating its Pacific Island theme. The food is a fusion of American, Italian, Hawaiian, and Asian, and probably some other cuisines. The starters are as superb as the meals - I recommend the vegetarian flatbread to start, with its balsamic-glazed vegetables firing up your tastebuds. I loved my mushroom pasta (a special that night). You can eat in the classy wood-floored dining rooms or outside around the firepits, serenaded by a live jazz or steel drum band. It is a bit pricey, but well worth it for special occasions. Excellent wine list as well. The service was very good (even though the server mispoke the specials, I still liked what I ended up getting, oops) and you can even watch sports if you're seated near or around the bar.
Posted: 5/08/2007 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review