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Good For
Group/Family dining
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Take Away
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Catering
Pork-free
Serves breakfast
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Italian-Tomato-Bangsar/240994639303573
Signature Dishes
Crema Di Funghi Filetto di Manzo Pizza Chorizo Grilled Lamb Chops Spaghetti alla Pescatora
Review (15)
Level4 2013-05-06
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这个pizza就是有着几种不同总类的芝士。所以吃起来味道不仅非常香浓,外皮又薄又脆,不过上面的芝士却非常浓厚。那起来一丝一丝的芝士很诱人。让人迫不急待想吃了。不过价钱有点贵。 continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-24
39 views
Replacing Gaja on Jalan Maarof, Italian Tomato might look like a lackluster eatery _ despite its memorable name _ but the hits outnumber the misses on its wide-ranging menu. Fonduta (RM24++). The Italian equivalent of Swiss cheese fondue, but made of Fontina cow's milk cheese whipped with egg yolk, milk & butter. Its flavor is mushroomy though muted; the true pleasure of this broth lies in its lascivious texture _ creamy but somehow almost frothy. Chicken liver pate (RM16++) with a double-whammy of garlic _ raw cloves sticking out of the meat paste & infused into crostini on the side. A thick, rustic-tasting spread, worthy of praise. Potato gnocchi & prawns sauteed in herb butter (RM22++ for a starter-sized portion). A textbook recipe, simple but satisfyingly done. The dumplings were neither stodgy nor mushy. Wood-fired roasted beef ribs in red wine reduction (RM40++). Yep, Italian Tomato boasts a wood-fire oven, utilizing it to prepare everything from pizzas to pumpkin soup & lamb shank. This epic slab of meat is meant for priapic appetites _ rip into it, chew loudly & grunt. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-02
9 views
Despite sounding like a restaurant that doesn't take things seriously, Italian Tomato's does indeed takes its pizza seriously with their wood fire stone oven. The result is a really good cripsy base and smokey flavour. The seafood topping their seafood pizza is also very juicy and fresh.The sangria is unique - it tastes just like a sweet medium-bodied fizzy red wine. I had quite a few servings of this that evening - it was really good.Tiramisu was decent but I have a rule with tiramisu - if it doesn't have alcohol, it's not good. continue reading
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Level3 2012-01-31
17 views
Was a long time since I had Italian food so decided to head into this outlet to try it out.Ordered the Sangria and to my surprise they added a twist to the traditional cocktail, its a blended variety. It was pretty good, it was fruity and sweet but you can't taste any characteristics from the wine so I still prefer to have a traditional.I ordered pasta, a seafood spaghetti mixed in tomato sauce. It was a good dish, the sauce was very good, nice small chunks of tomato and very rich in flavour but the pasta was slightly over cooked. Overall I would definitely give this place another try. continue reading
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Level3 2012-01-21
32 views
My friends always said lets have "mee di sebalik udang" for lunch. Then I once got an opportunity to tried the alio olio spaghetti. Then it becomes "spaghetti behind the prawn.The giant shrimps become the hero in the dish. The fresh shrimps are sweet and juicy as you munch them. The tomato sauce has the special taste as beside sweetness and sourness, you can taste pepper and some wine in it. The spaghetti is springy for my liking too. The portion is just nice for one person. It came in a warmed plate with nice presentation. Hence it warm your heart while you enjoyed the dish. continue reading
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