To avoid the mall crowds during Christmas Day, we had our dinner at this quaint and quiet little place, Vincenzo
. The entrance to the restaurant is a stones paved walkway surrounded by lush greenery of the garden. Lovely!
The nine restaurants housed within the beautiful area served dishes from all around the world. Why not make a little gourmet tour around the world HERE, someday I perhaps.
Vincenzo is one of the chain of restaurant that occupies a two-floor unit along the One Bangsar strip.
I love the soft yellow lighting scheme that complements the modern furnishing, creating a warm and romantic ambience.
They have a built in wine rack to store their wine collection. This is the classy and quiet place to wine.
Complimentary buns comes piping hot. I love these crusty breads, especially the orange coloured pumpkin bun with slight sweetness.
The olive oil bread dippings
Venison flatted grilled with honey blue berry juice RM 58. The venison is tender but not juicy, glad that the blue berry juice washing over the venisons saved the day.
Squid Ink Pasta with Scallop, Smoked Salmon and Prawns RM 48. It was tossed with chilli, garlic and white wine sauce. It was great for me, maybe I was anticipating the worst – fishy smell from the squid ink.
The scallops and prawns are fresh like it’s from the ocean. Only complain is the dish is too oily, I couldn’t belive my eyes to see the amount of oil left when I finished my food.
Belgian Waffles RM 15. The waffle tastes is very similar to Pilbury’s pancake mix (we think lar) and the portion was way too small. Two spoonful is more than enough to get it done I guess?
Please tolerate with our cam whoring picture. It’s Christmas Day ok?
Anyway. it’s the best place for dates or family gathering. The waiters are humourous and attentive, food wise I still prefer Opus Bistro
. A tips to my noob guy friends: if you have meet this fantastic girl and you want to win her hearts, bring her here. Haha
Last but not least, ice wine that match with most dessert style.
One Bangsar, 63H Jalan Ara
Bangsar Baru, 59100 KL.