Monday, December 15, 2014

Bottega Mediterranea Deli @ Ceylon

It might look like someone's residence, but this site along Jalan Ceylon is actually home to a recently launched deli under the Bottega Mediterranea banner, run by the same folks behind KL's fine Mediteca tapas restaurant.

 
 The shop is small but it packs heaps of goodies on its shelves; Bottega Mediterranea imports southern European food & wine, selling them here - a few doors away from Nero Vivo, a short stroll from Changkat Bukit Bintang - for walk-in retail purchases & for deliveries within the Klang Valley (free deliveries for minimum purchase of RM100).

 
 
 
 From Italian cheeses, pastas, pickled peppers, olives, mushrooms, sauces, herbs & spices ...

 
 
 ... to cured ham & salami, frozen pork products & wine, it's a treasure trove for cooks, including everyone who wants something special to make at home this Christmas.

Have a little time to linger? Take a seat by the window at this hideout, buy some burrata cheese & enjoy it here.

Bottega Mediterranea
1A, Jalan Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur. Open Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm. Tel: 03-2070-4222


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10 comments:

  1. Italian cured ham and salad. Yummmm!!!! Definitely to my liking. Just made salad yesterday, with smoked bacon. Will probably blog about it soon, will see.

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    1. Suituapui: oh yes, you'd be able to get good ingredients for a salad here ... add olives and cheese, heheh :)

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  2. They sure have premium cured ham and salami here....and that tagliatelle (in the colours of Italy) is interesting ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: yup, you'll find all the pancetta and porchetta you'll need :) cool observation on the tagliatelle :)

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  3. Wonderful varieties of pasta. ^^

    Is that risotto I see in that pic over there? =O

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    1. Waverly: ya, perfect for pursuers of pasta :) and yes, risotto ... yay! :D

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  4. wow, i've never seen these brands before, what a great place to shop :)

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    1. Ken: ya, i'm not a shopper, but if i were, i'd make a beeline to this place :)

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  5. Wow definitely a shop worth checking out :) Thanks for sharing Sean. Rougie, here I come!

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    1. Baby Sumo: happy shopping, yen, glad you like the look of this place! and ya, i was super-tempted by the foie gras :)

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