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2015-04-26 236 views
We were supposed to go to Bistro A Table but when we went inside, my friend said, "Wow the price is VERY CHEAP!" (meaning too expensive). So I told him we could just go next door whereby the price is slightly cheaper and I already knew the price range of Verona Trattoria. My friend ordered the Spaghetti Olio (RM 37.90) which was quite delicious. The best part is that it is not as oily as how Plan B or any other place cook the olio. I do not know why people like to cook olio with oil overload. An
My friend ordered the Spaghetti Olio (RM 37.90) which was quite delicious. The best part is that it is not as oily as how Plan B or any other place cook the olio. I do not know why people like to cook olio with oil overload. Anyway, the al dente way that they use here is incredible and it results in the spaghetti not being overly soggy or soft the way Asians normally cook spaghetti and pasta, overcooked. The bacon is also cut in small pieces and are not too oily or hardened like how some places cook it.
I could not stand not ordering risotto even though I usually never order rice at night, especially at 9.30 pm as it is unhealthy to ear rice at such a later hour. I finally decided to throw caution to the wind and ordered the Cheesy Risotto (RM 39.90) which was cooked with a lot of shitake and mushrooms. The result is the best risotto of all, which is super cheesy and definitely something any cheese lover can never say no to. One thing is that the portion of the risotto is too big for a girl like me. I think I have put on 2 kg extra after that meal.
I ordered the San Pellegrino black orange (RM 15.90) soft drink which was contained in the smallest bottle in the world. The colour of the drink is crimson red, which is the colour of blood. It was not too sweet like most orange juice and also not too sour.
I always enjoy eating as it is like bringing Italy to my door step because the fat chef is an Italian who hails from Verona. The paintings on the wall also evoke my memories of Italy.