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Paradise West Indian Restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina - Restaurant Review

Updated on October 30, 2018
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Red snapper entree

Paradise West Indian Restaurant – Restaurant Review


PARADISE WEST INDIAN RESTAURANT

Paradise West Indian Restaurant – Restaurant Review

Paradise West Indian Restaurant, located on Randleman Road in Greensboro, North Carolina offers generous quantities of very tasty authentic Caribbean food.

  • The oxtails entrée and the stew chicken entrée both have a rich brown sauce.
  • Often times, burnt sugar is used to brown meats and sauces in Caribbean dishes.

Delicious red snapper fish

  1. The red snapper fish entrée was very tasty with a red snapper whole fish, rice and red beans mixture, and vegetables including cabbage, green peas, corn and carrots at a cost of $12.99.
  2. I initially ordered the red snapper fish and king fish combination but received a call to learn that the combination was no longer available and I could either get a king fish entree or a red snapper fish entree but the combination of both is no longer an option. I decided to go with the red snapper fish entree.
  3. The cabbage was delicately cooked, fresh and tasty, not overcooked as can sometimes be a problem with cabbage. The combination of cooked cabbage, green peas, corn and carrots was tasty.
  4. The red snapper entrée also included a couple of pieces of plantain and a hearty dumpling. The dumpling was made the old fashioned way that dumplings are made in Caribbean culture and it was a delicious surprise. I had not known that this large and filling dumpling would be included with the entrée.

The delicious red snapper fish entree from Paradise West Indian Restaurant costs $12.99.

The red snapper whole fish can be seen on the right side of the photo. A very tasty sauce with a reddish hue accompanied the fish along with tender cooked carro

Peppercorns were used plentifully among the seasonings in the red snapper fish entree from Paradise West Indian restaurant.

I had been wanting to try the food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant for a while and I finally did. The only other Caribbean restaurant that I have purchased food from in Greensboro, North Carolina is Da Reggae Café. The restaurant review that I have written about Da Reggae Café is a testimony to how much I love the food from there.

I had been wanting to try the food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant for a while and I finally did.

Dumpling in red snapper fish entree

Paradise West Indian Restaurant did not disappoint. The food was mostly just great!

Well, Paradise West Indian Restaurant did not disappoint either. We ordered our food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant through the Door Dash food delivery service and ate our food at home. The red snapper fish entrée was absolutely delicious and it is the dish that I would be most likely to re-order in the future. The oxtails entrée was also great.


We used Door Dash food delivery service for this particular food order. They did a good job with delivering the food, still piping hot in bags that maintain the food temperature during transport.

Stew chicken entree with a rich brown sauce

Stew chicken entree

  1. The third food item that my family purchased with this first food order from Paradise West Indian Restaurant was the stew chicken entrée.
  2. As we sampled all of the different dishes (oxtail, red snapper and stew chicken) from Paradise West Indian Restaurant, the stew chicken is the food item that we all liked the least but it was still okay.
  3. The thing was that although the chicken was covered with a rich brown sauce that I assume contained molasses among other ingredients, the chicken when bitten into was a bit dry.
  4. This can often occur with the chicken breast pieces and they would need to soak really well in a marinade to avoid that dryness.


The oxtail entree also has a dark brown sauce with the same flavor of the sauce accompanying the stew chicken entree

Overall, these were enjoyable hot delicious foods

The stew chicken was the least expensive entrée that we ordered at a cost of $7.50.

The oxtail entrée had cost around $11.

Overall, the entrees that we received from Paradise West Indian Restaurant contained high quality, well cooked, delicious hot foods. We were pleased with our food purchase and are very likely to buy food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant sometime again in the future.

A common side dish at Caribbean restaurants such as Paradise West Indian restaurant - Beef patties - spicy beef patties with a flaky crust.

Paradise West Indian Restaurant

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The Food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina

4 stars for Paradise West Indian Restaurant

If you love to eat food that is full of flavor, intensely seasoned and anything but bland, then you might delight in trying food from Paradise West Indian Restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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