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Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KELANTAN & TERENGGANU -

NEW Gino Pizza Jalan Ab­dul Kadir Ad­abi, Kota Bharu (019 988 4631/www.face­book.com/ Gi­noPiz­zaKB).

For your fix of oven-baked flat breads in Kota Bharu, Gino Pizza fits the bill. Serv­ing up New York-style and Si­cil­ian piz­zas, Gino also of­fers pani­nis and pas­tas. The owner has un­der­gone train­ing in New York for two months, and the dough and tomato sauces are made from scratch ev­ery day. We rec­om­mend that you ditch those pizza chains and give Gino a try. De­liv­ery ser­vices are avail­able around Kota Bharu. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Mon–Thur, Sat, 12pm– 11pm; Fri, 5pm–11pm. $$$

NEW Pizze­ria Traudi 346, Seksyen 27, Sri Ce­mer­lang, Jalan Dusun Raja, Kota Bharu (09 7477 488/www.face­book.com/ Pizze­ri­aTraudi).

Widely rec­om­mended as one of the rare au­then­tic Ital­ian pizza places in town, Pizze­ria Traudi is manned by Swiss chef Urs Beut­ler. Piz­zas are baked in a huge wood-fired oven in the mid­dle of the restau­rant, so take note of the heat and smoke. It was ac­cept­able for us, but fam­i­lies with lit­tle ones might pre­fer the out­door ta­bles. The menu caters to ve­g­ans, and they even serve ra­clette, blue cheese spaghetti and home­made desserts like ap­ple crum­ble. Good for spe­cial oc­ca­sions. It’s BYOB over here, so bring along a bot­tle of wine to com­plete your meal. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Tue–Sun, 1.30pm–11.30pm. $$$

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