Based on the title, many will defintely ask where is the best and the answer is Paradise Pavillion at MBFC.
However, the Peking duck here is commendable. They served the delicacy in 2 different styles, the original peking style and the Sze chuan style (Can understand since this is a Sze Chuan Restaurant). Like the Sze Chuan style as its more spicy and different. After all these years of the standard Peking duck, it is really nice to have something different. They serve their peking duck the Beijing method, skin with meat and using white flour skin. Most restaurants in Singapore use yellow skins, which is made using eggs and thats why the yellow colour. The white skin is plain.
As for the rest of the dishes, most are served individual portioned. The spinach home-made tofu is very tasty and well done, the sauce taste great too. We had the baked Chilean Sea Bass and i would say it taste like cod fish. Its very well done and the meat is very juicy and tasty. The desserts are fine too.
The restaurant is surrounded by greenery and therefore, has a very relex and casual feel when u sit outside the restaurant. However, the inside of the restaurant is crampy when all seats are filled up. The outside seats are more romantic and dim. However, one drawback is that you may not be able to see the dishes served clearly and fail to enjoy the food presentation. If you are sitted outside, you can see the corner where they roast their Peking duck.
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