A question raised:
When Italy meets Montenegro…
What will they say to each other?
Let’s get married!
This churned out some lip-smacking homemade fares of authentic Italian mix.
Montenegro is located along the coast of the Adriatic Sea and borders Croatia, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina and Serbia. Ok. All the while it sounds like some South America region to me…
When mom mentioned quite sometime ago that she tried an unforgettable homemade pizza that my dad brought her to, we started pestering them to bring us over.
Paradiso reminded me of the Italian restaurant that we went to in Europe and nothing beats it. I’ve been searching high and low ever since then for a good piece of pizza & my fave aglio olio. We’ve been disappointed for quite a few times. It’s a bliss that we finally manage to check this place out.
Displayed with paintings and family portraits, you’ll find this place homely; harmonized with some homemade Italian fix. Besides, nestled in an area which is mushroomed with pubs and bistros, a lay-backed restaurant like this is almost forgotten. Perhaps an Italian dinner before the happy hour? “Perfetto”
A depiction that bares all. Look at the number of prawns! Garnished with herbs,chili flakes and drenched in olive oil, one of the finest Aglio Olio that we loved. Prawns were fresh too.
*not in the menu, can request upon ordering
Italian rice served with mushrooms cooked in butter cream cheese sauce
“Cheesified” to the right taste and not too over the top, this portion could be very filling if not shared. Chris and I love this to bits.
Fresh tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, turkey salami, chicken and pineapple
Say Hi to Minela Preljevic, the chef behind all these lip-smacking Italian fares.
This restaurant is manned by Minela’s family and her parents are also the master chefs behind. She just got an hounourable recognition from her pastry academy and her family is just so happy to share this joy with us.
5-0-2, Jalan 3/109F,
Danau Business Centre,
Taman Danau Desa,
Tel: +603 7981 9996