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Well, since i won't be around, it looks like Leonard is planning this one folks (dammit! I wanna go too!!!):
The Olive @ 11032006
Right guys, just a quick post about this weekend's dinner since Pat will not be around and hence is unable to host.
We're headed to The Olive at Plaza Damas, that's the shops next to Hartamas Shopping Centre. So, as usual, dinner will be at 8:30 on Saturday. This restaurant comes recommended from Jo-Lyn who got this recommendation from someone else (I forget who).
So do call me (012-2077-653) or leave a message to tell me that you'll be present for dinner...preferably by Friday so that I can keep your seat warm for Saturday.
See you at dinner! Ciao~!
So yeah, if you're interest please leave a comment here.
And finally, here's a review of the place:
FROM the start, The Olive Italian Cuisine aims to please. Step into the Italian restaurant in Plaza Damas and you will be pleased to find that the tables and chairs are arranged so that the aisles are wide, making it easier to move around.
It sits 30 people comfortably, and although the number of patrons is limited, co-owner Christina Chew refuses to forsake her customers’ comfort for her own gain.
"I don’t want to squeeze people in just to make more money. I want the restaurant to be a little bit exclusive and I want everyone to be comfortable."
The chairs are high-back, making sitting down very relaxing. The tables are topped with freshly starched table linen and napkins.
Into its sixth month of operation, The Olive has been receiving steady response, especially from those who work in the area and expatriates who live in the condominiums nearby. The bar upstairs, The Grapevine has become a place to party and hang out with friends.
The menu is extensive, with 50 items (excluding drinks), including 19 pasta dishes and four risotto. My colleague and I were enamoured from the start...
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