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BRAVO ITALIANO RESTAURANT AND BISTRO AT DAMANSARA PERDANA

I passed by this restaurant almost everyday since it was open less than a year ago but we never stop by and dine until one day when we were exhausted of places to dine. We decided to give it a try. The restaurant is located at Damansara perdana and if you are coming from LDP or Penchala Link into Damansara Perdana, you can see the restaurant on the left hand side at the first traffic light.

The full address is at C-G-3A, Ritze Perdana 2,
Jalan PJU 8/1 Damansara Perdana,
Petaling Jaya, selangor

The restaurant has a good ambiance and relatively fast service with friendly and all smiley waiter and waitresses which is important to me. What is more important, the food taste better than the photos displayed. The price...? very reasonable!!

My favourite and a must have at every visit, is the mushroom soup!! Yes!! This is a must have before any meal. It only cost RM9.00 per big bowl. Secondly, the ceaser salad!! The portion, the salad dressing, cheese and beef bacon was literally a perfect salad to have.

I have been to the restaurant abit too frequent that I had most of the main menu including the kambing golek (yes, they roast lamb fresh on certain evenings). All the main menu especially the lasagna and the wide choices of spaghetti are all reasonably priced and are tasty.

Naturally, I brought along the core team member at the Chief's Original Bootcamp and this place was chosen as the next venue for the COBC Anniversary and party which will be held tomorrow, 10 November 2013 at 6pm.

If you need direction to the restaurant, click on google map below.

https://www.google.com/maps/preview#!q=Ritze+Perdana+2+Service+Apartment%2C+Jalan+PJU+8%2F1%2C+Damansara+Perdana%2C+Petaling+Jaya%2C+Selangor%2C+Malaysia+by%3Aexperts&data=!1m4!1m3!1d7448!2d101.6118253!3d3.1661326!2m1!1e3!4m10!1m9!4m8!1m3!1d2709!2d101.6112679!3d3.165599!3m2!1i1114!2i696!4f35&fid=7


 









You can also find them on facebook at HERE. See you tomorrow. HOOYAH


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