Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

Con­course Floor, Atria Shop­ping Gallery, Jalan SS22/23, Da­mansara Jaya (03 7731 9810/www.piz­zolo. com.my). This spa­cious res­tau­rant dishes up mod­ern Ital­ian cui­sine and of­fers a stylish but fam­ily-friendly am­bi­ence. Although the menu brings to­gether a num­ber of pre­mium in­gre­di­ents such as lob­ster, truf­fles (plus the now ubiq­ui­tous truf­fle oil) and foie gras, our over­all im­pres­sion is that this is ca­sual, com­fort food. And of course, with a name like Piz­zolo, the res­tau­rant serves up some de­cent piz­zas with in­ter­est­ing top­pings like roasted lamb shoul­der or sweet cran­berry jam and savoury cheese. The kids are cer­tainly not for­got­ten ei­ther. The con­cise kids’ menu sticks to tried-and-tested tummy pleasers like mac ‘n’ cheese, fish and chips, spaghetti with meat­balls, and Nutella and cheese toasties, all washed down with a se­lec­tion of mixed juices with names like Big Foot and Prince Charm­ing. And for en­ter­tain­ment? The menu it­self is thought­fully cov­ered with games and ac­tiv­i­ties so young din­ers won’t be short of things to do. Child-friendly. Kids’ menu. High chairs avail­able. Pushchair-friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 10am-late. $$$

with colour­ful mu­rals, bar­be­cue menus hand­writ­ten on wood, and stools made from tires. You’re bound to find some­thing on the menu that ap­peals to the kids – there are burgers, pasta, sand­wiches, sal­ads and some de­li­cious home­made desserts (we can def­i­nitely rec­om­mend the cho­co­late cake with straw­berry jam sauce), as well as fresh juices and smooth­ies that will be lapped right up by young din­ers. Ask about the tempt­ing range of lo­cal Malaysian dishes, which weren’t avail­able when we vis­ited. Lie back and re­lax in a ham­mock as the kids play with the café’s range of games and toys like Star Wars Mo­nop­oly, Scrabble and Jenga. There’s even a bassinet for ba­bies so ev­ery­one in the fam­ily is cov­ered. Just don’t for­get the mos­quito re­pel­lent if you visit in the evening. Child-friendly. Daily, 9am-11pm. $$

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