Red-checkered table clothes, Christmas lights, flying angels, and pictures of Italy all lend themselves to the funky Italian décor that makes Paradiso feel like a truly authentic Italian kitchen. Like any good Sicilian restaurant, the chef and owner Santino, often walks around and greets customers, makes conversation, or even acts as waiter. The inviting staff make Paradiso feel like you’ve stumbled into a real family restaurant, and you have! If you are lucky you might even witness Santino singing loudly to traditional Italian songs, while working hard to make you a wonderful meal. Not to mention, the food itself is highly rated by native Belgians, Italians, and tourists alike and pairs well with a truly impressive Italian wine list.
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