Tanzini Restaurant, and The View Rooftop Bar


It’s been a while since the last time that the baa baa was complete. Sadly, this time, it wasn’t for some BBQ-Pool party, nor videoke, nor wine & cheese party, but to have a farewell dinner to the recently (self) renowned “master chef” of the pack – Toffee.

senti moments…

Before he moved on to his next herd at SG, we had our last night out – the Baa Baa way, in one of the fine-dining restaurants in KL. Situated at the 28th floor of the G Tower in Jalan Tun Razak, we’ve satiated our appetite with Tanzini‘s offerings.

G Tower – Jalan Tun Razak

Fine-Dining at Tanzini Restaurant

Serving Italian dishes “from the farm to your table”, we started skimming trought their menu. Their service isn’t really that good as it took them quite some time to approach our table and get our orders. Of course, hungry sheeps easily get pissed. :p

hungry sheeps waiting for food

They also took a while before serving the bread. And, we had to ask for it…

will kill for the bread… ok, exag…

Being on the expensive side, their food isn’t really that good. My foie gras, for one, is quite dull for my taste. And for some reason, it was served in a black plate which was totally out of place in their all-white table setup. By the way, all of this are my personal opinion only. Disclaimer, disclaimer… Hehe.

Foie Gras Apple Smith (Rm 58). Not even enticing.

Seafood Aglio Olio Pasta was a so-so. It’s spiciness overpowered the taste of the seafood, and pasta. I’m not sure though how the others’ pasta tasted better.

Rigatoncini Puttanesca (Rm 40)

Tagliatelle Tiger Prawn (Rm 56)

Fettuccini Alfredo (Rm 32)

In summary, the price is steep for the servings and the taste. IMHO, I think it’s all about the view outside. The ambiance inside the resto is not even satisfying, unlike Cafe Cafe KL, or Tamarind Springs. :p

where is our foooooooood!?!?!?

After the dinner, we went up another floor to visit the View Bar for more chatting and photo ops. Unfortunately, we did not get a table with the view of Petronas. Nonetheless, the view of the city was astounding.

city from above

It has also been a while since the last night-out at Jalan Bukit Bintang. So we’ve spent time lounging at the The View Rooftop Bar, enjoying the view of the city, loud music, and whatnots.

Planter’s Punch (Rm 136)

our special guest – Mr Hunk

the baa baa’s way up above

da gels…

and da boys…

Past 12 midnight, and when the drinks were done, we headed straight for Jalan Bukit Bintang again, but not for the bars. Instead, for the famous beef noodles from Restoran Ngau Kee. But don’t take it as an expensive, top-of-the-line, 5-star resto. Na ah… It’s just a cafeteria of some sort at the roadside along Jalan Bukit Bintang. So, those who are “sensitive” in eating at such places, I doubt that you’ll even think about eating here. Prove me wrong! ๐Ÿ˜€ The beef noodles was actually more satisfying than what we had earlier. :p

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from glam to oh well… better than what we ate earlier… :p

And with that, the baa baa’s night for Toffee ended, with high-cholesterol and low-budgets, yet good memories.

more of senti moments…

Topi! The baa baa will surely miss you. Don’t forget to treat us when we go “down there”, or when we see each other somewhere else, ‘ayt mate? ๐Ÿ˜‰

ladies love Toffee

remnants of 505C

off the ledge?? hehe

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