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Telephone
088-232 231
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://littleitaly-kk.com/
Signature Dishes
Al Salmone Affumicato Pizza Beef Ravioli Fettuccine Verdi With Meat Balls Marinara Verde With Mussels
Review (4)
Level1 2016-08-21
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馬来西亞 的正宗意大利菜 肯定是意大利人煮的是日星期日晚 walk in 剛好满座 差點兒 没有得食 只有外面枱最終都分配到大枱實在 驚喜 仲以為要流住汗食添服務水準一流去到阿沙巴 一定要試 continue reading
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Level2 2015-08-17
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Little Italy can be easily spotted in the town area of Kota Kinabalu. It is located below the Capital Hotel and it is just within walking distances from Suria Sabah. A refreshing drink that everyone will love. The lemonade is sweet and sour and one of the best option to have when you are going to have fullfilling, chessy pastas and pizza later. They were freshly baked sandwich with saunteed mushrooms, marinated chicken, artichokes, lettuce and emmenthal cheese. The savoury ingredients were seasoned to perfection and filled between the crispy sandwich breads. For every set of triangle sandwich, the fillings served were more than enough, completed with the cheese and cream cheese spreaded on the bread. But, this was not too cheesy and you may go for this if you want to have something lighter than pizza. For their homemade pastas, we chose Ravioli with Spinacci & Ricotta Cheese. Ravioli is a type of dumpling with a filling sealed between two layers of thin pasta dough. Never miss this if you are a chesse lover! You will definitely love it when every mouthful of pasta come with cheese melted inside the mouth. haha. We opted Fettucine with Chilli and we were recommended to go with Marinara source (topped with prawns, squids, clams and New Zealand mussels with white wine of tomato sauce.). Yup, they matched so well and the seafoods were fresh.The home made pastas were cooked to a perfect al -dente texture and every bites came with a little bit of spiciness which makes the whole dish more tastier. The spiciness of the pastas and the sweetness of the tomato sauce were not overpowering on each other. Yummy! continue reading
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Level1 2015-04-26
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A must to try when travel to Kota Kinabalu. Recommended pizza, spagetthi, mushroom soup and tiramisu- all very delicious. Besides food, the waiters in the Restaurant all friendly and nice. Environment consider ok. Conclusion- superb Italian food in the town. continue reading
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Level2 2014-04-24
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This is one of the dining place that you should not missed when you are at Sabah.Although I only manage to try two of their dishes, those culinary were awesome.My friend and I ordered one large lemonade, one ravioli spinach with quattro formagi (four types of cheese)  and one zuppa di mare (seafood soup only which comes together with garlic bread; you can add on spaghetti to complete the meal).The combination of spinach ravioli with cheesy topings had been such a wonderful dish that I had whallop all until the last drop of cheese on the plate. What about the zuppa di mare? Wow, I was in a total awe when I took the first sip of the soup. Superb! The garlic breads served were aromatic and not too hard to chew.Quench your thirst with the original lemonade from Little Italy. Should you wonder why I ordered large lemonade? It was to share, though. However, if you would like to have large lemonade for yourself, it is not too bad, as the large volume is not really a lot. Perhaps about 12-14oz.I would definitely re-visit this place for more authentic Italian foods when I am at Sabah. Must visit Little Italy, and you would not regret it. Just bear in mind that it is always congested and full house around dining time. To avoid disappointment, you might want to walk in earlier. continue reading
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