Antipasto means ‘before the meal’ in Italian. Antipasti is the plural form of the same word. And these are generally served as the first course; starters if you will, to the Italian feast lying thereafter. And here at Spasso Milano, they took the initiative to place antipasti under the spotlight ….
-An Antipasti Buffet for RM18++, and additional RM3++ for a main of your choice-
Array of desserts; tangy lemon tarts sliced in quarters, Panna cotta (that I tragically missed because I was too obsessed with the savouries) and the chocolate cake that was partly tiramisu?
Witch was the one setting us up. In a good way, of course. Was supposed to adjourn to some other place for brunch … The Deli @ Micasa, but changed plan almost at the last minute. Good alternative though, for RM18++ is a darn value-for-money strategy to sample various appetizers laid out on the buffet table.