1, Persiaran Ara Kiri Lucky Garden
Kuala Lumpur 59100

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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This twist on an apple struddle is super light and fluffy on the outside filled with caremelised apples with a side of vanilla ice cream
Great option for a dessert as it satisfiea your sweet tooth and does not fill up up too much ! "There is always room for dessert"

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This hidden gem in Lucky Garden has inevitably found its way into our Burpple community's heart, thanks to its quality Italian favourites at reasonable prices. Dimly lit with spacious second-floor seatings, the quiet environment is ideal for a place to wind down after a long day. Bring your favourite colleague, or ask your best friend along for company. It also helps that house pours start from RM19.90 a glass! For dinner, get the Gnocchi al Gorgonzola (RM36), potato dumplings with grilled chicken and mushrooms. What the dish lacks in presentation is made up for with creamy, robust blue cheese flavours. For a lighter alternative, try the Spaghetti Portofino (RM38). Done deftly to an al-dente texture, the specialty spaghetti is deeply flavoured with seafood stock and an abundance of prawns, squid, mussels and fish. Don't let dinner end just yet; order their Panna Cotta a al Caramello (RM14), which Tastemaker Sok Chien declares the best she's ever had.
Avg price per person: RM40
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Alyssia Yu

I'd be crazy not to come back. For a restaurant which comes off as fancy, Portofino is definitely affordable. Good Italian food, good desserts.. what else could you possibly need? Some of the pastas are handmade, you need to try it. I'm still thinking of this pizza, I'm in love. Also it was my first time eating olives, I surprisingly loved it. I'm coming back soon! 😍


Photo can be deceiving...)
Not only Panna Cotta but @portofino.bangsar also serves many other impressive desserts such as apple strudel, affogato, creme brûlée etc.
⚠️: you might get addictive and not gonna share any of your dessert with ANYONE! .


Whenever I visit a Italian restaurant, I always looking forward for homemade fresh pasta, ravioli and gnocchi on the menu. However not many restaurant in Malaysia is doing so. Browsing through the menu in Portofino make me excited about the variety of homemade pasta, ravioli and gnocchi they serve. I had a hard time to make up my mind on what I would like to have.

Gnocchi al Gorgonzola, small little potato dumpling that served with a combination of cream, gorgonzola cheese, mushroom and grilled marinated chicken slice. The texture of gnocchi is just right, not too mushy while the sauce is so flavorful, it compliment so well with the gnocchi. Definitely recommended for cheese lover.


This is one of my favourite dish from Portofino. Succulent roasted duck breast pair with sweet fig and beautiful deep red wine reduction.

Authentic Italian restaurant with nice ambiance, serving great food with reasonable pricing 😍