This week we managed to make a dinner date appointment with four lovely ladies, Christine, Ah Wei and Citygal. It was a get together dinner before Christine’s departure to Glasgow early June to continuing her final year studies. We picked this new pasta outlet because it was serving 72 different types of pasta dishes. This place do give a great bright feeling and decorated with beautifully plastic replicas of their dishes.



Lobster Carbonara served in japanese style original cream sauce was a smashing dish by itself indeed as it came with a half lobster. The lobster was very well cooked and presented and goes so well with the pasta. It is a dish to be on your order list as it is only RM36.80(US11.00).


Bacon Carbonara tasted delicious, that is how I would like my carbonara to be, sauce not to thick and tasty. The appearance of this dish is incrediblely cool as it was topped with a half boiled egg and also strips of well fried bacons.


Fettuccini al Nero de Sepia, I would say awesome! Fettuccini sevred with squid and black squid ink sauce was very unique and taste delicious as the sauce was very thick, as how people would describe local coffee, “KAO”. The aroma of black squid ink from this paste was adorable and rich.


Prawn and Octopus Spaghetti in basil sauce rocks as you can taste the aroma of the basil and yet not too strong and over powering.


Eel and Egg Spaghetti is good too but I only managed to taste the pasta as all the eel when missing. lol! I guess the eel must be good.


Katsu Tamatoji is a lovely dish and I adored the fried breaded pork cutlet as it was very tasty and paired very well with the pasta.


We ordered a spicy cod roe and potato pizza and the pizza dough was very refined, thin and crispy. I got to say I also seek for crispy pizza but I have never ever come across such thin and crispy pizza. It was really my liking but I guess it was a bit small, prefer it to be bigger.


Doria with Scallop and Chicken is a dish very similar to the cheese bake rice. I find this dish very tasty but do lack of sauce and dry.





The ladies took charge in ordering the desserts and we end up having delicious Macha Azuki Parfait, melting Ichiga-Milk Parfait, awesome Tiramisu Parfiat, lovely Oreo Banana Parfait and Shiratama Macha Monaka Ice Cream. Overal the dessert was fantastic, soft, creamy and not too overly sweet.

This is a pasta outlet that I will be coming back for more!

Yours Sidney

Pasta de Gohan
Lot LG 2.126A,
Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall
No 3. Jalan PJS 11/15,
Bandar Sunway
46150 Petaling Jaya
Tel 03-5621 8168
Fax 03-5621 0166


  • J2Kfm
    May 19, 2008 - 12:02 am | Permalink

    just read the same posting at citygal blog i think. Sunway Pyramid is fast taking over 1U as the shopping centre with the most choices in terms of good food! :)

  • ekeng
    May 20, 2008 - 7:09 am | Permalink

    walao…72 different pasta..Need to try it out soon :)

  • Tummythoz
    May 20, 2008 - 5:50 pm | Permalink

    That kopi kao pasta looks real interesting.

  • ~Christine~Leng
    May 22, 2008 - 1:23 pm | Permalink

    thx for this Sid :) delicious!

  • Simon Seow
    May 29, 2008 - 4:57 am | Permalink

    Oh. This is Sid’s blog? Where’s Sunny?

  • ai wei
    May 31, 2008 - 6:01 pm | Permalink

    Aw. i have yet to blog about this. will do my homework soon!

    thanks a lot, sid ^^

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