Paddy Hills is a cafe that serves fusion cuisine. It prides itself in its use of fresh ingredients to make the homemade batters and sauces that accompany their dishes.
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a feast for the eyes but will burn a hole in your pocket
Paddy Hills is one of those cafés I always see pop up on my Instagram, and I’ve only ever heard good reviews about them. When I finally found myself in the Buona Vista vicinity, I couldn’t resist dropping by Paddy Hills to have a taste for myself.
I had the Iced Mocha ($7.50), which was robust and served with an extra dose of chocolate. My friend tried their Pinkish Lemonade ($7) which was a refreshing start to the meal. Their menu features fusion cuisine with specialty coffee, and they have both a Daytime Eats and Nighttime Nosh menu. Since the café was quite packed service was slow, and we had to wait a good 20 minutes for our mains. Prices are also a lot steeper than many other cafés, but their dishes were pretty unique so we weren’t too put off. We ordered their Golden Man Tou Sliders ($23) and Berry Ricotta Hotcake ($19) to share, which were both served on really large plates. The sliders were not bad – the beef was tender and the deep-fried Man Tou buns were crunchy. I loved the aesthetic of their Berry Ricotta Hotcake, and the sweet, fluffy pancakes were really the highlight for me.
I will definitely visit again, but Paddy Hills isn’t a café I would be able to afford to eat at more than once a month.