Ask and you shall receive. If you ask for something repeatedly chances are you will get it. Eventually. Fratini Restaurant is one of our favourite places for Italian food and for years we’ve eaten at their Kuala Belait outlet. So much so that we even have a slightly modified version of their delicious Caesar salad in the menu that’s named after Jewel. Nothing like a bond between father and daughter over something so incredibly simple yet tasty salad (I personally do not recommend raw salmon to young children and yes, smoked salmon is raw salmon). Italian cuisine comes to the oil town in a small yet cozy 26-seater outlet.
I’ve had people ask me for the name of the ‘pizza’ we ordered that night. That round thin crust pizza-looking item in front of Jamie. I haven’t the slightest idea what it’s called but whatever it is, it is delicious. It may even be the same dough used in their mouth watering Italian crust pizzas but without the topping. Let’s just called it Pizza Lite (someone care to tell me its correct name?)
These basket of fries are Jamie’s favourite. I prefer crinkle cut ones.
He hasn’t come up with anything unique yet to have the fries named after him.
Guys, you’re completely excused for the small tear (scotch tape, anyone?).
We’re completely aware that doughs aren’t the same as spandex.
That large dough with a tiny hole ends up being an attention grabbin’ head turnin’ Italian thin crust pizza.I think it might even be my personal favorite—the Fratini Meat Lover!
I’ve always believed that it’s better to have a small restaurant that fills up easily than to have a spacious one that’s half filled most of the time. The Seria outlet is certainly one of those pocket sized eateries that packs more than what meets the eye.