After my visit to the gastronomia at The Sail, i had the urge to go again and try other of their food items. So, one day when i was staring at the directory in Paragon and saw Da Paolo on the list, i knew that would be the place to go and grab some lunch.
Unlike the outlet at The Sail, the paragon outlet does not offer any seating alternative.
One particular item caught my attention, and that would be the disney pasta. Apparently, these pasta comes in the shape of disney character and would sure get the attention and liking of all those young kids out there. I had considered buying it home and cook for my niece, but truth to be spoken, even though it is unique, it is still considered pricy for a small pack of pasta.
Instead, i went over to the counter for the "main course". I bought grilled chicken breast, caprese, and stuffed eggplant. The irony is, i love the sweet pepper that comes together with the chicken more than the meat itself. The capsicum is really soft, to the extent that i doubt any teeth is needed to eat it. Caprese, is just the standard, with alternate slices of mozzarella and tomato. It is a great salad for those people out there who hates the greens.
When i was making payment for these food items, i cant help but to notice the scones that are calling out to me. I heard that the white chocolate cornflakes and chocolate chips are the best selling, thus i bought one of each. The scones are slightly pricy, going at $3.50 each, but at least they are consider huge and just one of it would suffice for my breakfast next day. They are generous with their chocolate chips and chunks of milk chocolate can be seen all over the scone. I put the white chocolate chip scone into the oven and toasted before eating. And yes, i would advice the rest out there to do it too, cause it makes the cornflakes crispy and it provide a hugh contrast to the softness of the scone texture. The scone, over all, actually tasted more like a muffin. But i'm not complaining, so long as it taste nice.