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Am not the biggest fan of this meatless option, not because of how green it is, but that it falls just a littleeeee short on flavour (if you like cleaner flavours, you might like it). Also found that the rounds of gnocchetti were a tad thick for my liking. I should emphasise that this wasn’t a bad dish; it just doesn’t play well with me!

The pasta machine from Italy quite holds up to what we expect of it! The creste pasta had a beautiful bite, and is thoroughly coated in a mesh of spicy, savoury nduja pork sausage. That paired with the sliced zucchini, cherry tomatoes and capers, bear a striking resemblance to a certain pizza next door at Proof. Not that I’m complaining — this is probably one of the punchier pastas you’ll find at Grano.

Like that the price is very reasonable for freshly made pastas (and in this area) too!

Little tofu-looking squares of polenta melded with tallegio cheese. The latter gives it an overall creamier mouthfeel, which I appreciate since I’ve only ever had polentas with the spotty/grainy texture. The aubergine spread has a sharp herb-y flavour, and goes quite nicely with the semi-dried tomato pesto with a tang! Worth ordering, but definitely share.

Claypot lou shu fun (RM13) & iced ambra and sour plum juice (RM3.50). If you're looking for the dry version, here's one of the place to find it but frankly, not the best I've tasted. Parking is limited and open carpark can be pricey. Won't be coming back.

A tiny bowl of sesame mochi, crumble, Berry compote, bits of chocolate and evaporated milk. Interesting and tasty combination!

Mad love for the samba seabass. Delectable sambal that wasn't too spicy and tender, fresh seabass fillet, served with chives and a boiled egg. Also couldn't resist ordering the radish cake with scrambled eggs which tasted pretty unusual but still fab. The radish cake was denser than the usual ones and coated in coca cola sauce, topped with non creamy scrambled eggs and chicken floss.