March 24, 2009

Sure Delicious Pasta @ Sure Pizza

I had a slight craving for Italian food and remembered this little gem of a place near Mont Kiara called Sure Pizza. I went to this place a couple of times when I used to work around the area some years back.


When I first tried this little restaurant/pizza parlour, the one thing which struck me was the Vespa sitting outside the shop. During that time, when Plaza Damas was just opened, the place was brand new and the owner, an Italian was very eager to ask us to try his food.

We tried the garlic bread where the bread was made by hand and had lovely garlic, parsley and olive oil on it. I was hooked.

Anyway, after some time, I decided to revisit the place. I wasn't disappointed.

Tomato Bruschetta

We started off with tomato bruschetta, which was made with fresh tomatoes, basil, garlic and olive oil on top of home-made french loaf. The bread was warm and tomatoes chilled slightly which was a perfect appetizer to get our appetites going.

We thought of sharing our main meal but as it turns out, someone didn't want to share her food as she was too hungry. LOL!! So, in the end, we had our own separate pastas.

Spaghetti with Beef Meatball

The dinner special was Spaghetti with Beef Meatball. The portion was large and the spaghetti was cooked al dente, which was firm with a good bite to it. We expected the dinner portion to be more expensive but the dish was priced at RM15.50. The meatballs were home made and tasted like minced beef, unlike some places which had a lot of fillers.

Turkey Ham and Mushroom Fettuccine

I had the Turkey Ham and Mushrooms Fettuccine. The portion was larger than the spaghetti and I was a bit worried that I couldn't finish it. I loved the sauce and the way the pasta was cooked. I often have trouble cooking fettuccine as it often comes out a bit too hard due to incorrect cooking times. This was priced at RM25.95, I think. Again, it is a bit pricey but the portion is large enough for two folks to share.


The last photo sums it up! The food was satisfying and marvelous. I do feel guilty about taking so much carbohydrates in one sitting but it was worth it.

The place was bustling that Saturday night and many families were there having their evening meal. A good alternative to other big Italian chain restaurants and other smaller, expensive ones.


  1. Wow I'm going to try it one day. Looks delish.

    Funny I can't find their address in the Sure Pizza website. Hmm

  2. Hi Che-Cheh,

    I don't recall the address but at Plaza Damas, just outside the Vietnamese restaurant opposite Kim Gary.

    Hope you find it. :-)

  3. wah you walap all those delicious food. Na.. not left some for me ya... hehehe... kidding la~

    by the way, thanks for your advices on my post.

  4. wah you walap all those delicious food. Na.. not left some for me ya... hehehe... kidding la~

    by the way, thanks for your advices on my post.

  5. wahhh...yummy yummy *saliva dripping*

  6. ok...forget bout MU temporary...hehehe...focus in ur food pics here.

    the pasta is like perfectly cooked ler....yum yum.

    i just like to eat pasta ... dun care wat kind of sauce or style of cooking...

  7. Spaghetti with beef meatballs??? YUMMERS!

    Also, these two weeks are going to be less stressful. Why? No football, that's why. :P

  8. Wow~ That's really expensive for carbohydrated food. ^.^;

    But then again, if you're enjoying, I think that matter most. ^.^

  9. Hi keeyit, Lisan, via, Chris, Shinky,

    keeyit - Sorry-la, my friend and I were too hungry-le... Anyway, good luck in making your decision!

    Lisan - *slurp* I'm still drooling thinking about this too!

    via - Yeah, drown my disappointment with food... NOT a good idea! I like cooking pasta too but it's so easy to mess it up especially when you're not paying attention. Keke..

    Chris - Meatballs!!!! The international friendlies are on. Do we care about England playing? Ehhh... Let me get back to you on that.

    Shinky - Yeah, it is pricey as the "genuine" Italian restaurants use imported ingredients like parmagiano-reggiano (cheese) and porcini mushrooms. Real Parmesan cheese doesn't smell bad unlike the one you get from Kraft. Keke... Anyway, once in a while we have to treat ourselves a bit...

  10. Haven't been there. Will give it a try one of these days! The food looks delicious! : )

  11. Hi Foong,

    I would recommend the pizza if you like thin crust pizza. It's a nice little place to spend an evening.


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