Sunday, October 7, 2012

Fuzio @ Berangan

One Italian restaurant replaces another: Fuzio has taken over the location formerly occupied by Berangan's now-closed Bar Italia.

There's still a mighty menu at this fabulously friendly place: plenty of pasta, meat and seafood.

Hop here for a rabbit rampage: the rabbit casserole pie (RM58++) is full of flesh, soaked in a tangy, herb-scented sauce and packed into thin, flaky pastry.

Rabbit ragout pappardelle (RM38++), a rustic treat, deliciously creamy.

Grilled rabbit with baby carrots and asparagus in peppercorn sauce (RM54++). Sure, rabbit isn't the most flavorsome or succulent of creatures, but we're fans nevertheless.

Bordolino and Prosecco, about RM28++ per glass. We'll drink to Fuzio's future!

Service at Fuzio sparkles. Maybe someday, a staff member here will be nominated for GoMakan.com's Favorite Waitress Contest.



Fuzio,
29, Jalan Berangan, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2110-0303
Open for lunch and dinner, except Sundays.
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30 comments:

  1. I think I should hop over here for their bunny offerings...oops!...hehe =)

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    1. Ulric: heheh, plenty of other meat here too to satisfy your carnivorous cravings. lamb rack, etc =)

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    2. Ada veal tak?...hehe =)

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    3. Ulric: oops, didn't notice any veal on the menu =)

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  2. 3 dishes only? Too little for you! :P
    How can you eat rabbit? Mr. Shen Sheng Tu Si. LOL

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    1. CK: oooh, but this was supper, after dinner somewhere else :D hahah, holy rabbit enjoys eating rabbits =)

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  3. Rather hoppity meal? Heheh... No bunny desserts? :)
    i wonder if rabbit meat is a staple for Italian? Cos i havent seen it offered at italian restos in KL (which could be due to its lack of popularity) but how about in italy?

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    1. TNG: heheh, a rabbit dessert would be quite unusual. not sure how it'd be possible though :D but ya, rabbit is a familiar dish in italy, france and several other european countries. i'd definitely like to see it served more often in KL :D

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  4. oh no! what happened to Bar Italia? i used to like that place!! But Fuzio food looks well :)

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    1. AugustDiners: change in management and name, but i think that fuzio is still very similar to bar italia. the rooftop bar is closed for now though, but they're planning to reopen it soon =)

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  5. A full rabbit meal.. they should serve carrot cake topped with one of those rabbit toppers or candied carrots ;P

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    1. Baby Sumo: that's a great idea! i actually do like carrot cake. especially with some walnuts and maybe cranberries in it :D

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  6. So much rabbit! They would be hopping mad if they knew you ate their relatives :P Not to mention I'm born in year of rabbit! But I've always wondered what rabbit tastes like........ =p

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    1. Drops Of Contentment: heheh, very punny :D ooh, i'm born in the year of the rabbit too. which unfortunately makes me more than a decade older than you, sniff sniff =)

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  7. A rabbit meal sounds interesting, honestly a little embarassed to say I have not tasted rabbit meat in my life !!!!!

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    1. Wong: no worries, rabbit actually tastes very similar to chicken. its meat is really lean, so it might feel like chicken breast =)

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  8. Gosh i'm really horrible with KL roads...Where is Jalan Berangan?

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    1. Smitten By Food: ooh, it's parallel to changkat bukit bintang. basically a one-minute walk from changkat :D

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  9. Bunny rampage? Looks like I have to check this place out without the hubster.

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    1. Missyblurkit: heh, the hubster can enjoy the tenderloin steak here! :D

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  10. It's been a while since I've had rabbit... yum.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, i think there are probably fewer than a dozen eateries in KL's city center that serve rabbit. hopefully more will pop up! :D

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  11. Wow u went on a rabbit spree?! But they are too cute to be eaten! :P

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    1. Pureglutton: heheh, their cuteness makes me even more eager to eat them :D

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  12. I like prosecco..
    was having some at Marini the other days..

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    1. Simple Person: ya, prosecco is nice to drink, both by itself and with some light food! :D

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  13. Hey !!! I jz went !!! the rabbit casserole pie was jz totally awesome!!!!

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    1. Leo: glad to hear you liked it :D

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  14. i would to make reservation....any contact?

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