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Luigi Malones @ Segama

Angeline Sunday, January 6, 2013 , , , ,


FYI, Luigi Malones is going to close for renovation from 7th January 2013 onwards.... if you're thinking to dine here, please call 088-252429 for more info.
Luigi Malones located at Jalan Sugut, Segama, is a franchise restaurant from Ireland. The √° la Carte Menu represents an extensive array of dishes from around the world. Great choice of house specialities, pastas, pizzas, fajitas, burgers and fantastic steaks are the dishes available at Luigi Malones.

Luigi Malones @ Segama 
8 Jalan Sugut,
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-252429

Dine with: Groupon Dinner Voucher (RM88.00), a gift/ dinner treat from yoga student
Soft Drink, RM4.90
Caesar Salad, RM7.90 each
A Caesar salad is a salad of romaine lettuce and croutons dressed with parmesan cheese, mayonnaise and lemon juice. The crispy lettuces is juicy, sweet and refreshing.



Garlic Mushroom, RM9.90
Deep fried breaded mushroom served with  garlic mayonnaise, highly recommended this crispy and fragrantly good side dish.
 
 
 

Piri Piri Chicken, RM22.50
Grilled chicken with classic spicy piri piri sauce served with chips and salad


Michaelangelo Pizza, RM21.90
The Pizza at Luigi Malones is thick crust pizza, which is light and fluffy inside and golden brown and crunchy outside. For the toppings, we chose Chicken with pineapple. The chicken was sauteed or pan grilled with grill seasoning, then arranged on the pizza crust with pineapple, tomato sauce and chili. 





Paelle Valencia, RM54.90
Paella is simmered in a broth, tomato puree, paprika onions, garlic, bay leaves, olive oil and saffron for coloring. Garnished with sauteed shrimps, long beans, sliced onion and green bell pepper. Paella is a Catalan word which derives from the Old French word paelle for pan which in turn comes from the Latin word patella for pan. Paella  is a Valencian rice dish that originated in its modern form in the mid-19th century near lake Albufera, a lagoon in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain's national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish.
 
 
 
Choc Profiteroles, RM8.90
A fluffy choux pastry with icy vanilla ice cream in the middle and drizzled with chocolate sauce on top.
 
 

Dined with Groupon Dinner Voucher (RM88.00), a gift/ dinner treat from yoga student.
 

About Luigi Malones
Luigi Malones has a history going back over 30 years, operated in Germany, England, Ireland and now in Malaysia. Luigi Malones serves the best authentic comfort food from around the world. Menu changes every few months and comprises dishes from Italy, Spain, Portugal, US, France, Japan, Thailand, Morocco, Mexico, India, Argentina, Russia, Barbados, Brazil, Poland, China, Ireland an Hawaii.

Luigi Malones make their own sauces, chilis, bbq's and mayonnaise. Baking their own breads, desserts and their pizza dough are left to be slow ferments for up to 3 days. All of the dishes are cooked to order and using the best ingredients available. They don't use msg or any chemical addictives or flavoring on their food.

Luigi Malones KK was designed and built using a mix of locally sourced material and some antiques imported from Europe to create a warm and comfortable environment for dining and time out with family and friends.

The magnificent front doors are from the Savoy Hotel in London. They were the original entrance doors to the Grand Ballroom of the hotel 1920. The solid walnut reception desk is from the Bank of England, Threadneedle St c.1936 and was the foreign exchange desk from the general public hall. The foreign exchange sign is from the same hall. Both antiques were purchased in 1979 and have them in storage for the right restaurant to fit into.

Tables are made from Railway Sleepers sourced from the Old North Borneo Railway line. Each Sleeper was cut and assembled into the wonderful tables by local craftsman Rodell Villacerain. The bar has been constructed from salvaged driftwoods collected from the beaches of Kudat and topped in hand burnt copper sheets and rivets by local B Gomic.

The beautiful floor is a local hard wood called Billion and the chairs are all handmade from local woods. All the artworks on displayed are done by themselves to create an eclectic atmosphere.

FYI, Luigi Malones is going to close for renovation from 7th January 2013 onwards.... if you're thinking to dine here, 
please call 088-252429 for more info

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