“Tiramisu”, this is the one thing that willl pop up in my mind everytime Bravo Italiana is mentioned. I like the tiramisu served there from my first visit during my birthday celebration.
Now, I get the chance to savour more and new dishes thanks to PenangTuaPui for organizing the food tasting session. Of course not forgetting the restaurant owner, Mr. Lim for preparing the meal for us.
This restaurant is considered quite a new restaurant in Bayan Lepas area. Bravo Italiana aged less than 2 years old. It’s located at I-Avenue.
The interior of the restaurant is very cosy with dim yellow lighting and soft music playing at the background.
Mixed Bean Soup (RM6) was one of the first few dishes served. Few types of beans and pasta were cooked together with this soup. The portion was quite big. If I were to finish a bowl all by myself, I don’t think my stomach will have room for other dishes. As apart from the big portion, beans and pasta are quite filling too.
Bruschetta (RM8.80) was served together with the soup. The toasted bread were topped with some fresh tomatoes in cubes and a layer of cheese. The bread is best to be eaten while it’s still hot. As we took sometime to shoot some photos of the dishes, the bread tend to be slightly hard due to it had been exposed to air for quite sometime.
Personally I don’t really like the fresh tomato taste as all the while I do not savour fresh tomato.
Spaghetti Carbonara (RM24) was the only pasta served that session. Mushroom, beef salami, egg yoke, parmesan cheese, cream and white wine blended so well with the spaghetti. The sauce was very thick and creamy but it was mixed well with the spaghetti. Hence every single spaghetti is well coated with the creamy sauce.
Again, the serving portion is very generous. Don’t think I am able to finish it by my own, plus I don’t fancy spaghetti with white sauce.
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