Middle of last month, both my parents are away to Sabah hence we need to organize our own dinner. Since Jasmin were to meet up at this place called the Palazzo for her trip to Lumut, we decided to visit the place to look see what’s the deal since the place is owned by her ‘sensei’.
Located opposite the fire station in Taman Segar, we were surprised that the place is actually a wine parlor. Basically there’s more wine rack than place to dine.
We were probably the only diner that day. Jasmin here who could only give us a peace sign because her sensei ask her not to eat anything before her Judo competition.
The menu is pretty simple with a wide range of porky stuffs.
We ordered a Fried Rice for Petra (our maid), topped with ebikko. Nothing much to shout about aside from looking awesome when presented.
English Roast Pork (RM18), home crackling roast pork with mashed potatoes. Looked and tasted similar like our Chinese Roast Pork, the only difference is probably it’s served with potatoes instead of rice? The sensei however said that despite it being crackling and crunchy, minimal oil was use, so I guess that’s the big difference.
Signature Pork Chop (RM18.90) served with sauteed onion gravy and mashed potatoes. It’s seared to perfection although I find the serving too small. I can literally finished it with 6 bites, so if you’re a big eater, consider order some pasta to go with it.
Upon recommendation from the sensei, May ordered the Squid Ink Pasta (RM29.90), a concoction of squid, garlic, herbs and cream with black squid ink. Probably the best main for the night for it’s uniqueness.
Kayden and Kendric enjoying the night.
The Palazzo is surely one of a kind and will be a good place to chill out with a few friends to savor their wide range of wines, but might not be the place to hang out just for a meal.
30 Jalan Manis 1
Taman Segar Cheras
Tel No : 03 9134 2783
Opening Hours : 11am till 1am