Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Pasta Brava

Rch and I decided we should do dinner some time last week, after wanting to meet for quite some time since our holidays started, but we never really had a chance. She introduced me to this Italian Restaurant, stashed quite at a corner near Duxton at Craig Road, Pasta Brava. She had lunch with her colleagues one day, then she texted me and raved about how she had just tasted one of the best pasta ever. I couldn't go wrong with a friend's recommendation, and at that time she had Beef Ravioli - which I love equally, I had to try it for myself. I got too excited on the day we met after her work, so I left home earlier and sat at a cafe for 2 hours, reading a new book I got from Kino after yoga --- "The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera".

I haven't touched a Literature book ever since I left Secondary School but Kundera definitely made it possible to read and fall in love with opposites that he portrayed with characters in his story. I once said I was bad at food applications, and I'm still bad at it - Maybe that's because I'm not used to change, or acceptance in other applications that do not generally have a "network effect" on me. I checked into Foursquare once again, and saw that their Squid Ink Pasta was highly recommended -- I decided to give it a try. I also love Squid Ink, and I love about many things. We also ordered Prosciutto Con Melone where they had thin slices of prosciutto with rock melon, another dish that I would love to have before my main. Rch decided to go with a new order, Salmon Ravioli this time but she reckoned it didn't taste as good as the Beef she had earlier with her colleagues.

We had attentive waiters, and the ambience and lighting was perfect just for the both of us. The pasta and its food were not too pricey but I would defo recommend my friends for a go-back :) And I know I can always count on Rch, in school or out, to do the things I love with me, and likewise I would for her too. Thank you x

7 comments:

  1. mmm I was already hungry, but this even made me hungrier! :D

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  2. that looks delicious and I know what you mean about not touching a book since school ended. I've been trying toget back into reading, but it's so hard hehe

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  3. Love Kundera. I went through a phase and read all his books one after the other!

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  4. wow, this all looks delicious :)
    I loved your blog, amazing design

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  5. That place looks delicious, I LOVE italian food. Haha I always do the same thing when I'm going to a restaurant for the first time, I like to check what people recommend on Foursquare or Yelp. No worries about not being able to connect during your short trip to LA - next time! xx Kat

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