Bold flavours, comforting textures: A’Roma Dinings is maturing into one of PJ’s top landmarks for…
Sapore is Italian for flavour, and chef Fabio strives to pack plenty of that into this new casual destination for Italian and Spanish cooking
Changkat Bukit Bintang’s coolest new venue tackles Italian cooking with a twist, spotlighting small plates…
This café is worth the trip to Kuchai Lama on a hot day to combat the heat waves with a refreshing glass of their flavoured ice cube mocktails and a big plate of pasta.
Pastas, pizzas and more: Eatalia tackles the crowd-pleasing classics with a casual confidence, cultivating a reputation as a friendly neighbourhood destination for fuss-free Italian fare at fair prices.
Dishes here masterfully balance both simplicity and nuance, with each ingredient shining on its own and in an elaborate interplay.
Bangsar South’s Fratello Italiano is offering a five-kilogramme stuffed roast that would easily feed at least 10 hungry people
A welcome sanctuary from the cosmopolitan bustle, furnishing a slice of serenity for the frazzled urban soul
Feast on fresh and luscious Lobster Fettuccine at Olive Garden for just RM29.90, available from 14th to 27th November 2016.
A 1967 Fiat 600 sits in the corridor of KL’s newest hideout for Italian fare, near a portrait of Naples’ sun-kissed shores: Monnalisa founder Carmine hopes to do justice to the food of his hometown.
This restaurant makes a satisfying entry into Bangsar South, doing justice to the time-honoured work of traditional trattorias
Gimme gnocchi: The classic Italian dumplings can be difficult to get right, but here are…
One of Penang’s top venues for Italian cuisine extends its reach to KL with Florence-born Chef Luca conveying a taste of la dolce vita in this casual space.
The menu showcases more than 50 pizzas crafted by chef Cristian Grandi, who comes to KL from Italy’s northern Emilia-Romagna region
On Bangsar’s happening Telawi 5 is an Italian restaurant that promises the interesting combination of…