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Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia x Hungry Bear @ Melaka


Some of the finest producers come together at the Pizzart campaign to once again bring patrons and customers an amazing food experience. Featuring dishes from some of the best restaurants, plus four pizza inventions specially created by Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia, the Taste of Anchor Food Professionals presents cheesy festive edition, and a whole new level of global food trends in the local scene.


Fonterra’s leading dairy foodservices segment, Anchor Food Professionals celebrate this festive season with lots of cheese melting and pulling, as well as lots of meats and a true satisfaction of pizza indulgence. As well as the participating kitchens, though, hungry punters can also look forward to supermarket and groceries where they can stock up on some of the finest ingredients in town.


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If you’d like to taste what these fine ingredients can do to your cooking and baking, look no further. Here’s what I had when I went down south and sampled some pretty gorgeous pizzas at Hungry Bear in Melaka. This exclusive blogger preview shared the same session of the house pizza eating challenge. Some of the participants were really young and boy it was super cute watching juniors eating so seriously. Made me wonder what had them signing up to eating challenge at the first place?


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Nevertheless, the contestants probably enjoy the pizza a lot like how I enjoyed it. Director of Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia, Ms Linda Tan was present at the occasion and has spoken about how the brand taps into their New Zealand- based research and going beyond their role as consultants to keep partner restaurants and clients. I don’t deny the taste of these amazing creations. My favourite is the Cheese Pretzza with options of minced chicken and despite naming it pretz, it is made with their pizza dough incorporated with Anchor Extra Yield Cooking Cream, and shaped into gorgeous pretz and meticulously filled with fillings in every single bite. Be ready to taste Anchor Cream Cheese, Anchor Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, Anchor Colby and Cheddar Cheese; and cleverly pairing this with their house carbonara sauce as dipping sauce, this one I don’t mind having it again.


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Also sampling the Masala Pizza Rolls (RM 29.80), these inventive pizzas are definitely cool in not only the taste, but thoughtfully the size and shapes of it. Fun sized pizza filed and loaded with Anchor Shredded Mozarella Cheese, Anchor Shredded Parmesan Cheese and Anchor Colby and Cheddar Cheese along Masala meat and spinach, it was not the only thing that’s impressive. I’ve had the regular pizzas and they are good for pizza lovers. Tomyum flavour in particular really stands out with the spike of sharp tang and spicy.


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Hungry Bear is located at:
G1 & G2, BB Bazaar, Jalan Delima 2,
Taman Kerjasama, 75450
Bukit Beruang, Melaka
Tel: 06-231 2828
Opens: Monday – Sunday (9am-10pm)
GPS: 2.245645,102.2727865
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/hungrybear


Hungry Bear isn’t the only outlet with these artisanal pizzas by the Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia. It is also available at U Pizzeria in Subang, Selangor Pizza House in Bandar Utaman, Pizza 185 in Bandar Puchong Jaya, The Butcher’s Table in PJ, US Pizza in Bayan Lepas & Georgetown, Penang and Bukit Mertajam, and Mustard Sandwich house and Food & Desire in Ipoh, Perak. In Johor, head to Finale Kitchen Bar, and Kota Kinabalu, at The Chubs Grill and mad Ben Café. Also, in Sarawak, the Osome Wood Fired Pizza, Chillax Café & Bistro and Bistecca & Bistro.


Have a Cheessy festive celebration.


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Proof Pizza and Wine @ APW, Bangsar


What determines a good pizza can be really subjective but I find myself growing fond of light crust and rich fresh toppings, and Proof Pizza and Wine at APW, Bangsar happens to fit into most of the things I seek in a pizza dining experience. Cosy yet lively, the tiny space accommodates no more than an estimation of 35pax at a time so reservation is very highly recommended. I walked out with disappointment several times before but if air conditioner is not mandatory in your life then perhaps Al fresco would give you another unique experience.


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By far a winner when it comes to truffle on pizza, Umbrian Black Truffle Pizza (RM 35 for 8 inch) is my all time favourite whenever the truffle crave kicks in.


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3.Proof Pizza + Wine @ APW,Bangsar


Cooked inside the wood fire oven, the bases are lovely chewy and being that beautiful canvas, the base supports a good mix of mushroom and black truffle. Intensively covering up the entire pizza, the rich toppings harmoniously creates delicious bites, each one that is amore.


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La Americano (RM 45 for 12 inch) is an interesting combination of Hickory smoked pork bacon, broccoli, mozzarella, gorgonzola, and cherry tomatoes and while the combined flavours are robust, fresh salads won’t be your afterthought if you are pairing it with some wine.


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And the Luganega Pork Sausage Pizza (RM 33 for 8 inch) combines cauliflower, pork sausage, egg, yogurt, feta cheese into a rather ordinary and dull looking but reasonably palatable pizza experience.


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Surely they might not be an all round award winning sort of pizza joint, but they’ve got their charm when it comes to contemporary touches. So expect a long waiting list if you decide to bravely try your luck walking in, or you could rely on takeaway and have your pizzas under the starry night if the sky is even clear to begin with. It wasn’t quite a bad idea because APW is in such where most corridors or open space being the chill zone at anytime.


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Proof Pizza + Wine is locatded at:


Lot 29-2, Paper Plates,
APW Bangsar,
Jalan Riong, Bangsar,
Kuala Lumpur.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/proofpizzaAPW/
GPS: 3.124316,101.674261
Open daily for lunch and dinner (except Tuesday, only dinner)
Wednesday-Sunday open at 12.15pm-3.00pm and 6.00pm-10.30pm.
Tel: 03-2788-3613


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The world’s leading flatbread- Mission Foods has just introduced ambient pizza crust in Malaysia and even tough missing their recent launch at The Cooking House Bangsar, I feel the need to share the highlights because these ready-made crusts seriously made things so much easier for pizza aficionados. All that you need to sort out is how to make the best pizza from now on. I’ve been posting quite some that I’ve made on my social medias and if you think pizza is all about the calories than that’s when you have to follow my ig account at @sycookies .



But back to the Mission Foods Pizza Crusts, they are not only conveniently made to fit onto regular oven trays to ensure perfectly cooked pizza; but the 10 inch is great for either solo or sharing. Available in 2 flavours, plain and wholemeal, it’s versatility for both asian and western inspired recipes is so much fun when it comes to wholesome meal.




(From Right): Chef Frederico Michieletto, Mr Randall Tan, Brand Manager of South Asia and Mr Mark Tan, Retail Sales Manager of Mission Foods Malaysia with three pizzas created using Mission Pizza Crusts.


Mission Foods partnered with Italian Chef considered a maestro in his field, Chef Federico Michielleto, of Marble 8 and Marini’s on 57 fame. Chef Federico held an exclusive Masterclass and imparted tips and tricks from his 25 years of experience on how to create the best pizzas based on his most sought after recipes. At the Masterclass, Chef Federico adeptly demonstrated Tandoori Chicken Pizza with Sour Cream and Onion, Tom Yam Prawn Pizza with Pineapple and Apple Strudel Pizza with Pecans and Cream Custard. Although the toppings were delicious, the pizza crusts held their own, lending a crispy texture, and a delicate yet extremely flavourful dough, pulling all the ingredients together.




If you’ve ever wanted to become a pizzaiolio, Mission Pizza Crusts are the way to go for quick, simple and convenient meals enjoyed by the whole family. They can be found in bread aisles in all leading supermarkets.


Over the course of three weekends starting 6th May 2017, Malaysians can get their hands-on samples of delicious pizzas made using Mission Foods’ Pizza Crusts at supermarkets in select locations such as Aeon, MaxValu, Giant, Cold Storage, Tesco, Village Grocer, Mydin, Econsave and TMC Bangsar. List of participating outlets here: https://goo.gl/GaxXvR


*all event photos credit to Mission Foods Malaysia


Pizza making is now quicker and easier. Next up, I will be sharing some healthy pizza perfect for brunch. Stay close to my social media accounts.


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Skippy’s Pizza (Damansara Uptown) – The Real Pork Pizza Co.


This new comer in Damansara Uptown isn’t exactly a newbie for those who love pork pizza. Following the success of the first outlet within Phileo Damansara, Skippy’s Pizza is now flipping and tossing their pizzas at the second outlet in Damansara Uptown. Like the first outlet, this one is simple but smart, with cool Aussie decors within the outlet. Separating both indoor and outdoor is a smart move- dining in is much comfortable neat compared to my earlier experience at the first outlet.


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Starting with heavily spiced Chili Mussels (RM 30) and claimed to go well with Garlic Buns (RM 10), I reckoned this doesn’t warrant such high demand: gravy was a let down by a greasy texture.


2.Skippys Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co @ Damansara Uptown
3.Skippys Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co @ Damansara Uptown


Freshly baked pizza should be the mouth’s new best friend- a thin, slightly charred base all covered in melted mozzarella and spiced up with such texture of soft and rich, runny and crunchy and salty and sweet. The base doesn’t get soggy fast, so take your time to savour maximum flavour at minimum fuss. It’ll be your best friend until it when you reach the meatball. But I really didn’t mind the extra meat. A 9” pizza cost less than RM 30, and every bite is loaded with toppings.


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5.Skippys Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co @ Damansara Uptown


Throw away all carb-caution and take note the pasta dishes are huge in portion; they are all good to share in a group. Pasta texture isn’t al dante but is packed with flavours, you’d find yourself eating the Carbonara (RM 17.90) easier than the Aglio Olio with Bacon (RM 16.90); the latter is a total fiery indulgence for spicy food lover.


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7.Skippys Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co @ Damansara Uptown


And unlike most burgers, this one here doesn’t offer a wide variety of toppings nor does it play around with their bun instead, you get a dainty serving of a huge bun sandwiching a luscious patty of pork or lamb (RM 14.90/ RM 16.90) with very little lettuce or cheese or everything it is that is common inside a burger, alongside a bunch of fries to fill into the rest of the plate. Probably to avoid reaching overkill and have all attention focused on their particular strength – their meat patty.


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Also serving sides that are perfect as pub grub- the addictive luxuriously thick sauce on the Pork Ribs in 7 Sauces (RM 25) can be charming but I’ve deliberated, and digested many amazing ribs I stopped at the first rib( 10 ribs preserving).


11.Skippys Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co @ Damansara Uptown


And with the dense variety of food in this enclave, the appetite for great value food has never been bigger. With the perpetual increase of living costs, knowing where to find a good budget meal is more important than ever (affordability can be very subjective). Also, the huge menu can be intimidating. Stick to Pizza and pasta for the best results.


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Skippy’s Pizza , The Real Pork Pizza Co is located at:
33 Jalan SS21/56b,
Damansara Uptown,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SkippysPizza/
Website: http://www.skippyspizza.com/
Business Hours: Sunday – Thursday (11:30-22:30), and Friday – Saturday (11:30-23:00)
For delivery, what’s app your orders to 0192699347 or 0192509347


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Fahrenheit 600 @ Solaris Dutamas (Outside Publika)


Thing sure is burning hot inside the kitchen of Fahrenheit 600 at Solaris Dutamas (outsidePublika) especially when this pizza-focused venture aims for invention on top of authenticity. Here, the menu tends toward the international and less traditional end of the spectrum but pulling it off solid, still offers many aroma and fragrant of the wide use of assorted herbs on their pizza.


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To begin with, I was very tempted by the sound of egg and spinach on a square pizza and was to some point pretty eager to witness some of the yolk porn. And true enough, this Popoye The Sailor (RM 24.90) came topped with generous spinach and cheese, with herbs and chunks of chicken atop moderate thickness of crust and that golden egg cracked on before entering the oven that cooked even and perfect , still looking semi translucent when served upon us. This pizza with this winning formula, I’d gladly return again soon.


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Pizzas are not their only forte. This taste maker manages to find an excellent balance to offer the diners with a good list of salad to choose from. Mr duck quack (RM 21.90) cleverly putting together the perfect match of flavours and aroma, get your taste buds tantalized with the mix of duck breast slices, sweet cherry tomatoes, tangy oranges, lovely cranberries and a hefty pile of rocket tossed with mouth watering home dressing and sprinkled with sunflower seeds for the many layers of textures. The plate demonstrates the perfect sharing item to order when dining in a group.


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Mr Healthy and Wealthy (RM 18.90) and Mr Caesar Chicky (RM 17.90) is lighter in flavour, with the first compiled from various lettuces, cheery tomato, avocado, cranberry, pumpkin seed , balsamic dressing, and olive oil, and the later with grilled chicken breast, parmesan cheese, croutons, and Caesar dressing, and topped with medium boiled egg.


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The similar ingredients pulled off differently on the pizza. Henry the Duck (RM 28.90) serves a 9 inch pizza, good for sharing, with Smoked Duck slices, cherry tomato, some few tiny pieces of avocado, and orange supreme on Fahrenheit 600’s signature tomato sauce. Cooked orange supreme was a little overwhelming but certainly appeal to orange lovers.


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And good for munching over some lovely conversation, is oven baked nachos, with mozzarella cheese and avocado, plus a sprinkled of feta cheese. This Avocado and Cheese Nachos (RM 15.90) needs more avocados considering the name of this dish.


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And with the bloom of coffee frenzy and more coffee enthusiasts searching for a good cup of coffee, Fahrenheit 600 extended a coffee bar to not only fulfill coffee drinkers with their premium coffee beans, but to have a good segregation of beverage to offer. With a well trained and professional barista on the move at the bar, hot latte (RM 9.90) comes real quick with that beautiful pour of art. But if you are not a coffee drinker, fret not for the Ice House Chocolate (RM 11.90) is to die for too.


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If not, there are always juices for the health conscious ones. Here is the Fresh Orange Juice (RM 11.90) and the Vintage Lemonade (RM 10.90).


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Then there are the desserts, there are some nice cakes on the menu but is pretty redundant since chances are high that there’ll be out. Head to the cake displays adjacent the coffee bar and place your pick with their staffs. We had the Apple Pie (RM13.90) , served warm and with a scoop of ice cream on top. Ice cream was weirdly a little pungent, and garlicky; makes me wonder if its garlic flavour?


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Fahrenheit 600 is located at:
A4-G2-06, Solaris Dutamas
No1, Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.170997,101.6665
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fahrenheit600


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Mikey’s New York Pizza @ Bangsar


When thinking of pizza, one often relates it to the Italians or the Americans. The idea of probably arise from who makes them and the widely influenced American TV shows portraying regular consumption of pizza as a quick and simple food in the states. Because pizzas are made popular by the Italians, we’d either relate to that or the misconception of huge consumption of pizzas by the Americans. No doubt pizzas are quick and easy and sometimes delicious as well, the driving factor is the convenience of pizza delivery to your doorsteps. But when on the go and at fast moving pace, slices of pizza became real popular in New York and now the idea has been brought over to KL except most people would still prefer dining in and order pizzas in slices instead of whole pies here at the Mikey’s New York Pizza.


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This fancy pizza cafe is located in Bangsar, and the pizza slices targets a different customer market than what’s supposedly on the go. Diners would order from counter and food would be served to your table following a fancy number plate commonly appearing in intagram feeds from almost all who visited this place.


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Focusing on their menu, pizza choices might not be at abundance but sufficient to trigger your taste bud. Tony soprano (RM15.88) and the Classic New Yoke (RM 8.88) slice certainly is charming with the classic blend of cheese melted over fresh tomato sauce typically finished with some herbs. The first was a classic collaboration of both Italian and American specialties; meatballs, sliced steak, pepperoni, roasted peppers and roasted garlic, topped with mozzarella cheese. And it was little posh in term of price for a slice. The second being a classic thus expect lots of flavours from the blend of melted cheese and temporarily leave aside the guilt.


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Wild mushroom pizza (RM 10.88) was the champ of the day with the smoky and earthiness aroma of wild mushroom and of course topped with generous amount of mozzarella cheese. Sink into a mix of shitake, oyster and Portobello mushrooms all sautéed in butter, olive oil, fresh basil and spread on top of fresh tomato sauce.


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Offering pizzas in slices would mean tasting different flavours but if you dine in a huge group, ordering a whole pizza would add so much joy and excitement. When ordering a whole pizza, prices could look a bit hefty in the range of RM 50++ to RM 88++ depending on the flavours ordered. Half and half pies are available but check out the size of the pizza and tell me if you are not thrilled with the measurement. Pie size gaugable from the photo thanks to the lovely Nicole in the photo.


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An additional option for communal eating is their Bronx Waffle Fries (RM15.88). Probably one of the very few places to sell waffle fries, it wasn’t too bad with the old school mix of meatballs, Mikey’s signature marina sauce and mozzarella cheese melted on top.


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If you are following me on Instagram or Facebook, you’ll see my post on KFC ‘ S latest addition to their menu; waffle fries with cheese and mayonnaise topping and some might find that more of a joy to eat. Mozarella cheese topping contributes a lot to the chewiness in general and sauce turns crispy waffle fries soggy after awhile.


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Beverage was nothing too impressive with the ordinary usual choices of Soft drinks, some kids cocktails, and a range of homemade specials comprising of tea and soda. Lemonade sells at RM 8 but was a decent choice to go with pizzas.


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I wouldn’t call this a hipster restaurant but the décor and interior is worth a bit of appraisal since tiny efforts can be seen some corners but having located at this busy traffic area, parking is never a breeze.


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Mickey’s Original Pizza might not be the perfect pizza but was a decent choice for pizza around this area.


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Mikey’s original pizza is located in Bangsar at:


17, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603-2202-0080
Mon-Sun: 12:00pm – 11:00pm
GPS: 3.132009, 101.671736
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mikeysoriginal


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Pizza Gallery @ Solaris Dutamas


I can’t really recall since when pizzas comes in so much varieties and from where we come from, the mix of culture defines the amount of mix fusions in recipes. Here at the Pizza Gallery is where a showcase of a range of pizza varieties and more is passionately made and served to impress dinners.


Located along Coffee Society near a steep corner, one would easily miss it when driving passed it. With a very neat and spacious décor, it offers both indoor and outdoor seating with vibrant red and colourful wall paper to turn on happy mode when dining at the restaurant.




Starters and appetisers were all decent for sharing and one which warrants an order when I return would be their Signature Chicken Wings (RM 15.90). It has really thick layer of crusty bread crumbs with generous BBQ sauce.


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Like any regular pizza place, Soup of the day (RM4.90)would always be on the menu. This one is no exception. The soup didn’t quite impress me but was palatable and comforting as starter. The Caesar Salad (RM8.90) had nothing to shout about but the freshness was notable.




Another interesting dish that is great for communal eating is the Cheese Bread (RM6.90) and this was served in pieces of 4. It was simple yet classically easily acceptable for majority pizza lovers. The mayonnaise beneath the cheese adds to the smoothness on top of crunch from the toast.


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Next to explore would be their pizza gallery. This gallery showcased an impressive range of pizza; both classic and fusion. Starting with the Beef Pepperoni Pizza (RM 22.90) on thin crust, with generous amount of toppings that blends in well with the thickness of the crust itself. The pizza holds firmly without falling in to pieces when pulling the slices. Thumbs up for that. Then fan of Island Seafood Pizza (RM27.90) should be happy to know that this one here was good and satisfying thanks to the generous toppings. Every bite had something in it.


5.pizza gallery -Beef Pepperoni RM 22.90
6.pizza gallery -Island Seafood RM 27.90


The thin crust was great but for something a little more filling and satisfying, order their classic crust. A pan crust freshly made upon ordering, and topped with desired choices of pizza.


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The Sweet and Sour Pizza(RM 24.90) is the house pizza, our usual version of Hawaiian pizza. Pineapple adds to juicy and tangy sweet sensation, making this an absolute favourite for everyone. Nice crust to accommodate some tuna flakes, pineapple, lime sauce and mozzarella to promise joy when eating it.


7.pizza gallery -Sweet and Sour Lover RM 24.90 (2)


For something a little out of the ordinary, try the Satay Delight (RM 25.90). Think satay chunks, onion, cucumber and cheese, on top of thin dough of bread that is thick enough to nicely hold the toppings, and garnished with chili and cucumber. Using satay sauce instead of tomato paste beneath the cheese and toppings, it is interesting to have to decide if this is satay or pizza.


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And the star of the day would be the Tom Yum Special at Rm 29.90 each. I love the spices on this the sensation of spike spicy that roamed before masked by cheese flavour in the topping. It was probably one of the spiciest pizzas I have ever had so far. The toppings were awesome generous with tom yum sauce, squid, prawn, crabstick, onion, garnishing with cilantro and kaffir lime leaves and mozzarella to impress any pizza lovers.


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If that hadn’t gotten your attention, be sure to order the TomYum Spaghetti (RM 15.90). The flavour nicely coating each strand of spaghetti and I must say that most people would find this a little spicy. I though the pasta was a little over cooked but like the spiciness, it is subjected to personal preferences.


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If chili is not your thing, let’s go with something simpler like the Spaghetti Seafood (RM 15.90). It was creamy but not relenting, thanks to the seafood and some cherry tomato and olives. Also appropriate for solo dinners would be the Aglio Olio (RM 10.90). I would be madly in love in this if it weren’t because of the soft and overcooked pasta.


11.pizza gallery -Spaghetti Seafood RM 15.90
12.pizza gallery -Aglio Olio RM10.90 (1)


The Cheese Macaroni (RM12.90) was heartwarming and pleasant to eat. I’d like mine a little thicker and creamier but I assure you this is great for kids.


13.pizza gallery -Cheese Maxcaroni RM12.90 (1)


And lastly, a great deal for all; selling at RM 12.90, you get a huge Chicken Burger with a fresh leaf, tomato slices, cheese, fried egg and a good piece of chicken fillet and served with crinkle cut fries. This one is seriously a good portion for sharing.


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Drinks in this restaurant are simple; common soft drinks and fresh fruit juice in the range of RM 4.90-RM 7.90. Gourmet coffees are available with reasonable price range between RM5.90 and RM 6.90.




Take note that buffet menu is available at RM 25 per pax and I think big eaters should really drop by for this deal. There is a whole range of signature dishes along with beverage.


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All pizzas comes in 12’’ but special options are available at RM12.90 for any personal 6’’ pizza. Any additional toppings or cheese would be an addition of RM 3 respectively. For any types of private functions, birthday parties and corporate lunches, call or email and the venue would be a great one for pizza and more.


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The Pizza Gallery is located at:
Lot D5-G3-02, Publika,
Solaris Dutamas, No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
Kuala Lumpur 50480
Tel: 03-62078111/0364190232
GPS: 3.171416,101.667571
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PizzaGalleryPublika


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Fusion Haven @ Sri Petaling


Hidden within the scuffy enclave of Sri Petaling, the Fusion Haven brings home closer than you can ever imagined with their friendly staffs and owner and a range of far-reaching fusion dishes. The Fusion Haven fuses all possible combination of flavours hence creating fusion of culinary at a different dimension-a blissful haven. Something like no other and probably the best fusion experience one can indulge.




Kick starting the fusion feast with an amazing Fusion Mango Salad (RM 13.90) served inside crackling crunch of a crispy basket and if that doesn’t trigger the saliva gland, I don’t know what does. Bedded beautifully in the basket with some fresh lettuce, apple tartar, tangy sweet and fragrant mango, topped with raisins and pumpkin seeds for a better texture, the mix of these were almost divine especially when all ingredients used are fresh.


Fusion Mango Salad- Fresh lettuce, apple tartar, mango, topped with raisins and pumpkin seeds, served in a crispy basket RM 13.90 (12)
2.Fusion Mango Salad- Fresh lettuce, apple tartar, mango, topped with raisins and pumpkin seeds, served in a crispy basket RM 13.90 (19)


Then, bringing some warmth to the appetite is the Cream of Mushroom Soup Topped with Pastry. This homemade fresh mushroom soup baked with puff pastry sells at a reasonable RM 9.90, given the effort of the pastry hat. And that probably is the only admirable point to the otherwise bland and ordinary looking bowl of soup.


3.Cream of Mushroom Soup Topped with Pastry- Homemade fresh mushroom soup baked with puff pastry RM 9.90 (6)
4.Cream of Mushroom Soup Topped with Pastry- Homemade fresh mushroom soup baked with puff pastry RM 9.90 (13)


They hit that big score when the Salusciccia Grilled Portobello Mushroom was served. This Italian style grilled fresh Portobello mushroom stuffed with homemade pork meat and breadcrumbs might have appeared slightly exclusive with RM 19.90, but the plump sized mushroom with incredibly rich and moist stuffing is absolutely breath taking.


5.Salusciccia Grilled Portobello Mushroom – Italian style grilled fresh Portobello mushroom stuffed with homemade pork meat and breadcrumbs RM 19.90 (2)
6.Salusciccia Grilled Portobello Mushroom – Italian style grilled fresh Portobello mushroom stuffed with homemade pork meat and breadcrumbs RM 19.90 (6)


And just as I am succumbing to the appetizers, fusion gets to paramount approach when the California Unagi Rice Noodle Roll was served. The mix of all possible texture and flavour renders the most interesting combination. This tempura style fried rice noodle rolled with unagi, dressed with teriyaki sauce and topped with ebiko and colourfully garnished with lettuce and edamame is selling at RM 18.90. The aroma of seaweed and unagi plus the texture of crispy tempura and the spongy chew or rice noodle sheet rolled within is a clever fuse but if with addition of a solid texture in it would be genius.


7.California Unagi Rice Noodle Roll-


After the chinese-Japanese fuse, there is the delightful Korean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelets rice. There is rice and teriyaki sauce topped with egg and pork sausages, kimchi, leeks, seaweed, ebiko and a sprinkle of sesame for RM 8.90 each. Mixed them all and the flavours would take you to a different dimension. Should the ingredients be at the top freshness always would this be an ambrosial experience.


8.Korean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelets rice – Rice and teriyaki sauce topped with egg and pork sausages, kimchi, leeks, seaweed, sesame and ebiko RM 8.90 (2)
Korean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelets rice – Rice and teriyaki sauce topped with egg and pork sausages, kimchi, leeks, seaweed, sesame and ebiko RM 8.90 (3)


The Carbonara is this Italian inspired creamy spaghetti with bacon, eggs and parmesan cheese which was adjusted to very much suit the local patrons but least to my liking when it comes soft texture of the pasta. While that also applies to the Smoked Duck Pomodoro Alfredo the tender smoked duck meat did infused the creamy pasta sauce to make this irresistible. The creamy pasta with mushrooms, tomato puree, and wine and parmesan cheese serves at moderate portion and hardly relenting. The pastas sell at RM 16.90 and RM 23.90 respectively.


9.Carbonara- Italian inspired creamy spaghetti with bacon, eggs and parmesan cheese RM 16.90 (2)
10.Smoked Duck Pomodoro Alfredo- Tender smoked duck meat, creamy spaghetti with mushrooms, tomato puree, wine and parmesan cheese RM 23.90 (3)


The American Fusion Style BBQ Pork Spare Ribs sells at RM 39.90 and serves as a grilled pork ribs with fries and salad and this lovely fruity BBQ sauce. The sauce is almost immense with linger of flavours that roams in your mouth. The pork however was a disappointment. The minimum bar to good food is fresh ingredient but the meat was flaky and distinguishable over thawing smell from meat definitely perplexed the very finickle eater.




The menu is very extensive and there is obviously something for the communal eating. I was impressed with the use of banana instead of pineapple in a Hawaiian pizza but it was a bold choice of fusion that remarkably bedazzled me. The sweet of banana and savoury of everything else with those effort strips of lettuce as garnish is obviously venerable. Comes in this Hawaiian style turkey ham and banana pizza, topped with mozzarella and cheddar cheese, dressed with special marinara sauce on top of the awesome charcoal crust and sells at RM 26.90.


12.Hawaiian Turkey Ham and Banana RM 26.90-


The dessert range is something to be bragged as well. Melt your heart with the Warm Hearted Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream where you get a bursting flow of hot lava chocolate from inside a otherwise ordinary chocolate cake and feel the combustion when hot meets the cold vanilla ice cream. Weirdy garnished with pumpkin seeds, this dessert sells at RM 7.90 each. Now doesn’t the plate remind you of home?


Warm Hearted Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream – Hot lava Chocolate cake topped with a scoop of ice cream and pumpkin seeds RM 7.90 (2)
13.Warm Hearted Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream – Hot lava Chocolate cake topped with a scoop of ice cream and pumpkin seeds RM 7.90 (5)


Pudding lovers, behold the smooth caramel pudding made of brown sugar, eggs, milk, cream and fruit marmalade which offers a slight touch of cloying from the marmalade and balanced with the mild pudding.


14.Marmalade Caramel Pudding- smooth caramel pudding made of brown sugar, eggs, milk, cream and fruit marmalade RM 5.90 (1)_


Their range of beverage is nothing to show off but they range RM 5.90 for Honey Longan and RM 5.50 for the Green Tea.




The meal never gets any better with lots of laughters with Benjamin and Henry the Clever Munkey . And the great host of the day, the owners of Fusion Haven.


The Fusion Haven is located at:
45, Jalan Radin Anum Satu,
Sri Petaling, 57000, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-90574408
Website: http://fusion-haven.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fusionhavencafe


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D’italiane Kitchen @ Paradigm Mall


Genius to be opening the third outlet at the Paradigm mall, D’italiane is performing well so far with the availability of parking bay at the mall, and very beautiful interior furniture.




The seats are nicely arranged with many choices of sofa, high chairs, cushion stools and others to provide more options for dinners. There are indoor dining and outdoor for smokers or if you just enjoy natural breezes.




The Prawn Avocado makes a great starter at Rm 19 with delicious leafs in very thoughtful sizes making eating very easy and comfortable. It would be nice if there is more avocado in it. Mainly because I really love avocado, and also don’t forget the vinegar in the balsamic dressing that is absolutely appetizing.


6.prawn avocado (starter) Rm 19 @ d'italiane


When eating salads for mains, toss in some meat source and viola, something healthy and delicious for the main course. The Sicilian Chicken serves at RM 26. This one has lovely grapes and once again, in thoughtful bite sizes.


7.sicilian chicken (main) RM 26 @ d'italiane


The pastas got a texture that is rather palatable and hopefully consistent all the time. The Crab asparagus and sun dried tomato serves at RM36 and I thought the flavour was okay, but nothing impressively amazing but yet being able to meet the satisfactory level. Angel hair with those fried garlic slices and sun dried tomatoes are just the stunning addition to this dish.


8.w.rab asparagus and sun dried tomato RM36 @ d'italiane


Carbonara Pasta did great with the choices of ingredient and amount. I was afraid it would be too thick and rich but good thing they are not cloyingly too creamy. Probably because we all shared the mains so everything is consumed in small portion.


9.carbonara RM 27 @ d'italiane


Also great for sharing would be their pizzas. Prepared in the authentic wood fired oven, both the Il Classico is great and sells at RM 28. Lovely crust with moderately generous toppings just nice to savour the different combination of ingredients for each pizzas. The taste of capsicum and fresh mushroom is great with the cheese.


10.il classico RM 28 @ d'italiane


If you like a stronger flavour instead of just the usual cheese and tomato paste, the Smoked Duck Pizza would be delectably perfect. Smoke duck is always perfect with almost everything. And on this, it was fabulous although I can’t be too sure if they smoked their own duck. The smoked duck pizza sells at RM 36. Take note that the wood fire oven is only applicable to this outlet in Paradigm Mall.


11.smoked duck Rm 36 @  d'italiane (3)
12.smoked duck Rm 36 @  d'italiane (1)


The Apple and Pecan Strudel with Vanilla Ice Cream is deliciously sweet but not too relenting dulcified thanks to the vanilla ice cream. Selling at Rm19, the strudels are soft and the pecan contributes to a great buttery flavour and apple would is sweet with very mild sour hence making this dish irresistibly unstoppable when digging in.


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14.Apple and pecan strudel, vanilla..Rm19 @ d'italiane (2)


With a great bar and lovely interior that is superbly cosy to hang out and have that long dinner with lots of laughter and joy with few awesome friends, there is also an extensive choice of beverage menu. from teas to cocktails and mocktails to fruit juices. Here is Christine’s Hair of the Dog That Bite Me at RM 15.


15.hair of the dog that bite me Rm 15 @ d'italiane


A cup of hot tea after dinner is and will always be really comforting. The Earl Grey Classic Tea sells at RM 9.


16.earl grey classic tea RM 9 @ d'italiane (1)


And as usual, food is great with awesome friends. And food taste best when shared too. Thank the lovely bunch who I refer to as the “sony pdq gang”. Love you guys and thanks for being awesome.




D’italiane Kitchen is located at :
GB 03A & 05, Level G,
Paradigm Mall,
No 1, Jalan SS7/26 A,
Kelana Jaya.
Tel: 03-7802 8968;
03-6148 1828 — Sunway Giza,
03-7956 3684 — Jaya 33
Business hours: 10.00am to 11.00pm on weekdays,
10.00am to midnight on weekends


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Pizza Hut”s Double Sensation


Pizza Hut is a chain franchise from America that offers many pizzas along with side dishes like the salad, pasta and garlic bread. In Malaysia, pizza hut comes in local flavours and the touch of local delight easily wins a place amongst the native foodies. Being one of the earliest pizza chains in Malaysia, they are constantly coming up with new menus and the most recent one is filled with lots of ingredients.


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On top of the cheesy lava crust, there is another fold and of sausage ring in the middle. And not just any sausage, but the cheesy sausage stuffed crust.


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Top that with rolls of hams in the middle of the pizza, making this the prettiest pizza I’ve ever seen.


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The crust was really thin and the topping were so generously flavourful. Somewhat to the extend where it gets too heavy in flavour and all the processed meats kinda just jumbles up alongside the cheese and hence loosing the authentic flavour of each ingredient.


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Their tagline is “Two whole pizzas in one. Share the sensation”. I suggest ordering large because the small pizzas got too much crust and these crusts are really salty.


Find out more on their Website or Facebook Page .


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Hop with Skippys Pizza (dine in and delivery)


Pizza is great especially when it made such simple and easy meal on one of those lazy days when you decide to not cook or eat out. To have Pork pizza is even more amazing for that pork lover and to have more than just pizzas on the menu should be a plus point for any pizza house. Foodeverywhere reviews the variety on Skippys’ menu and I really like their lamb.


The Green Salad (RM9.00) was the first to be served and this is obviously good news for butterhead lettuce lover as there the main green in it is this vegetable itself. Topped with cherry tomatoes and julienne carrots and cucumber, every mouth can be easily consumed without falling off your fork. The dressings are enlightened with herbs and spices to give that mild flavouring which I reckon is perfect as side for a meaty meal.


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Since pizza and pork should be the star in this place, the pizzas were given quite a bit of spotlight. Those toppings are generous on a thin crust resulting in very flavourful slices. Each slice is completed with a solid texture meat ball.


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But I think the lamb pizza is really amazing. So much more to my liking compared to the pork pizza. The Meat Lover is basically loaded with lots of pork. With the amount of pork, expect a little fatty oil and succulent texture in every bite of thin crust with pork bacon, pork ham, pork pepperoni, minced pork and BBQ sauce. (Price: RM 32.00 for 12 inch and RM 26.00 for 9 inch)


3.Meat Lovers (12inch - RM32.00), (9inch - RM26.00) Pork Bacon, Pork Ham, Pork Pepperoni, Minced Pork, and BBQ Sauce @skippys_


Marc’s Special would absolutely appeal to those with an overpowering flavour of herb aroma, garlic in particular. Also combining that with the pork ham, baby spinach and egg, as well as mushrooms which by the way is one amazing pair with garlic. (Price: RM 32.00 for 12 inch and RM 26.00 for 9 inch)


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And the star of them all would be the Lamb Pizza, which is stunning because. Similar to most pizza, there is sun-dried tomato, bell peppers, olives, onion, and the perfectly minced lamb. The meat is really soft but not mushy and it is mildly flavoured with the usual distinctive lamb flavour. (Price: RM 33.90 for 12 inch and RM 27.90 for 9 inch)


5.Skippy Special Lamb Pizza (RM33.90)Minced Lamb, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Olives and Onion @skippy_


The Burgers are what got us here because they are the new item at the Skippys. I tried three of the new ones and once again, I am in love with the Lamb Burger with Fries. I’m loving the soft patty so nicely minced and moderately accompanied by the amazing size of the sesame bun. Fries were not served too much cause that might just steal the space for the buger. Besides, the fries were somewhat ordinary so you don’t need too much of that. The burger and fries combination is selling at RM 14.90.


6.Lamb Burger with Fries (5)


With the prominence old menu of pork as the main ingredient, the new menu also comes with pork patty for the Pork Burger.The pork patty would be greater if is minced a bit more fine and served a bit thicker for that better texture. The Chicken Burger did okay with the patty, but if they are thin then that’s when it could be overcooked and hence resulting at a tougher texture.




Having said that, the burgers are relatively bigger in diameter compared to many other places.


9.chicken burger @ skippy RM 12.90 (1)_


They serve pastas and steaks as well. The Spaghetti Aglio Oilo has a great texture. Same goes with the Chessy Pork Meatballs (6 pcs) with spaghetti and the new Lamb Meatballs (6pcs) with chessy sauce and spaghetti but the later two obviously win my palate with the flavour and topping on the pasta itself.


10.Aglio Olio (RM15.00)@ skippys_
12.Cheesy Pork Meatballs with Spaghetti (1)_


And for the meat lovers out there, how about A rack of ribs with potatoes and salad for a affordable price of RM 23.90.


13.A Rack of Ribs with Potatoes & Salad (1)_
14.A Rack of Ribs with Potatoes & Salad (7)_


The best way to eat this would be caveman style, I recommend getting your fingers dirty and digging it in before they are gone.


15.A Rack of Ribs with Potatoes & Salad (10)_


If that looks huge, then go with the Pork ribs in 7 sauces for RM 20. The sauce is interestingly flavourful .Thick and rich and most similar to the BBQ sauce but slightly sweeter and tastier.


16.Pork Ribs in 7 Sauces (RM20.00@ skippys pizza (31)_


When dining in a big group or ordering in for parties, the sides makes a good add on to all the other main dishes on the menu. There is the Chicken wing in 7 sauces at RM 15 as well as the Chili Mussels at RM 30 which is so much similar in taste to the canned sardine flavour, except this is fresher and tastier with no preservatives, and came with awesome mussels. Tangy sweet at first and follows by the spike of spiciness, the sauce is just amazing.


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Food as I always said is best when shared. Thank Skippys Pizza for the great hospitality, and thank FOOD for the invitation. Also, thank the awesome company of the night, The Summerkid , The Malaysian Foodie , and The Perut Besi .


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Dining in has got the fun of proper dining spaces with friendly services with a very Australia inspired decor but note to all, the limited spaces in the restaurant might lead to higher temperature indoor especially if seated nearer to the kitchen area. Or you can always order in and enjoy the lovely dishes at the comfy of your own space.


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The many little decorations and paintings or hanging boomerang is something that would remind anyone a lot of Australia.
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Skippys Pizza is located for dine in at :

107 Blok D Phileo Damansara 1,
No. 9 Jalan 16/11, Off Jalan Damansara,
43650 Petaling Jaya.
GPS Coordinates: N3 07.649 E101 38.580
(note: 6% service charge for dine in)

Delivery Area:
Bandar Utama, TTDI, Tropicana, Damansara
Perdana, SS1-26,Mutiara Damansara, Mount Kiara, Hartamas, Bangsar, Subang Jaya, PJ section 4-22, Damansara Heights.
Other areas on request.
No deliveries during heavy rain & thunderstorms
Minimum order RM 30.00
Tel: 03-7931 2555
Email: skippysizza@gmail.com

Website: www.skippyspizza.com
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Chill at the Lleone’s pizza and such


If you think that Lleone’s Pizzas and Such is going to be yet another Pizza shop, then you might be wrong. There is more than just pizzas here. Being a new infant, they started in April 2012 and right now, they are selling their food and in few more months to come, expect live bands, great music and some open mic events.




The entire shop is already preparing themselves for a great music crowd as you can already enjoy some dim lights in some really cozy seating.




The food I tried was amazing. There were many sides that were rather different from conventional pizza retailers. The soup of the day was interesting as well. I get to try the Tomato soup, served with thick parmesan toast with great aroma roaming right when it was served on the table. The soup wasn’t too sour, and I do like the mozzarella cheese inside the soup.


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Other starter would be the Chicken Wing where it comes with choices of an array of sauces infused into their Buffalo- sized wings. The choices includes honey mustard, honey lime, Cajun, soy garlic, hoisin (seafood), BBQ sauce, Buffalo, Sweet chili. The wings are served with a nice serving of rich and tangy sweet tomato salsa. Chicken Wings comes in ¼ dozen for RM 7.14 and ½ dozen for RM 12.99. I tried honey mustard and I am rather impressed with the freshly fried chicken wing, instead of those served to have been re-fried upon ordered. That leaves the chicken meat still tasted freshly succulent and juicy. Good job on that. I hope they keep that up.




As I have mentioned, they have got really interesting sides. I was tempted to try it all, but I’ve got to admit that I went on the wrong day. If it was to be any other day, I would probably try all the sides. But since this was the third review that day, I couldn’t possible eat any much more. The Croquettes were selling at RM 9.09 (I know, what’s with the 9 cents right? I thought of the same thing) , and with their dipping sauce, it was sinfully delicious.


7.Croquettes RM 9.09- Fried mashed potatos filled with salami, mozzarella and sprinkled with parsley .


Of course we then have the star of the restaurant, pizza. There is some few classic favourites or you could go for the Smoked salmon pizza. Hand tossed and topped with slices of smoked salmon, onions, capers and tsaziki sauce, and selling at RM 20.79 for the large classic and RM 29.49 for the extra large. There is only two sizes and large measures approximately 12 inch. The bread might not have been the best I’ve tried, and I personally felt it was a little too hard. My grandma definitely won’t enjoy that, if you know what I mean. But the toppings, are to die for.


8.Smoked salmon, smoked salmon, onions, capers and tsaziki sauce -Large classic RM 20.79 and Xtra large RM 29.49


Another selection on the menu that is to die for would be their pastas. If the soup of the day would have been creamy mushroom or chicken, then I might have ordered something with red sauce. But since starters came with tomato soup already, then I decided to go for the Fettuccini carbonara with lots of ham, mushrooms, onions, garlic and creamy white sauce finished with egg yolk. The texture of their pasta was not too bad, and the dish is cost RM 15.49.




The shop is located in SS 15 but not to worry about car park availability, on weekdays night you most likely won’t have any hassle looking for one.




Lleone’s Pizzas and Such is located at :
48, Jalan SS15/4, 47500 Subang Jaya
Operating Hours : Mon (12pm-1am) , Wed-Sun (12pm-1am)
Tel No: +6 03-5613 3112

GPS : N03° 4′ 511″ E101° 35′ 274″
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lleonespizzasnsuch


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