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Saturday, 7 January 2012

Dinner at Little Italy

It was New Year’s Eve and everyone thought of having something different or perhaps more expensive. At first, my friends and I landed in a Japanese restaurant but we actually get out from the restaurant after seeing their menu because it was too costly. Ha-ha. Expensive in the sense that it was not worth it at all because you can get something much better at Kuala Lumpur for the same price. So we walked from the restaurant and crossed over to the next street and entered this Italian restaurant, Little Italy.

Since it was New Year’s Eve, all the customers in the restaurant were dressed in their best outfit but we were just in short pants and t-shirts. Ok, not to bother much about what we wore but most importantly, we could get our good food. Before we opened the menu, the waiter actually told us that there were few recommended items sold out and it was around 8pm something only. But luckily, there were still a lot of choices to choose from. For each of the categories, they were about 20-30 choices. Not to complain too much, so we just ordered our food and here it went! =)


 Penne served in Marinara Verde style, RM24.90. Worth for the price ~.~

 Lasagna Chicken, RM24.90. I would rate average only, maybe you should go for others.
Diavola Pizza, RM19.90. Cheesy thin crust with pepperoni slices, it was good when it was served because you can still feel that the cheese was still melting and the crust was crispy enough.

Alfredo Spaghetti, RM23.90. Not too good and not too bad. Creamy enough! =)

Marinara Spaghetti served with Tomato Sauce, RM23.90. Gosh, this was the best one among the others! I love the fine tomato gravy very much. Served perfectly with the fine cooked spaghetti.

The ambiance in the restaurant

After the dinner, we went for a drink at a restaurant-cum-bar to wait till midnight. But when clock struck 12 midnight, no fireworks display was seen but we were surprised that why were there still so many people gathered at every corner of the street. Ok, fine. At least I know how is New Year's Eve celebrated at KK now. =)

Enjoy and have a nice weekend.

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