An era ended when Ha’s Chinese restaurant closed in Danville, but its replacement, China Paradise, has modernized the once-dark space. Natural light fills the renovated dining
room with its cream walls and chocolate brown carpeting. Service is solid, and the menu offers Chinese American standards such as beef with broccoli and sweet-and-sour pork. It even offers that throwback, egg foo yong. Crisp
egg rolls filled with tender cabbage are a nice way to start your meal, but skip the chicken salad—its iceberg lettuce, fried chicken cutlet, and hoisin dressing just don’t meld. We enjoyed the crisp seafood and silky fresh noodles in the shrimp chow fun, and Szechuan chicken was well seasoned and full of veggies, even though the meat was overtenderized. Lunch and dinner daily.