Grazie Mauri, one of Chef Mauri’s outlets, is celebrating its second year anniversary and in conjunction with the celebration, Grazie Mauri is currently having 50 per cent discounts on all its pasta and pizza.
According to Chef Mauri, the seafood pasta, Pizza Hawaiana, lamb shank and chocolate pudding are the most favourable dishes in the restaurant.
The discount promotion will be running until May 28.
Meanwhile, for those who want to chill out and have a good time either with business counterparts or simply spend an afternoon with friends, Grazie Mauri is also promoting their “High-Tea Happy Hours”.
With any drinks ordered from their menu, patrons can also enjoy a free cake. The flavours include black forest, carrot cake, mocha, chocolate, pavlova, mango mousse and many more.
For those who want to spend quality time with families, Grazie Mauri is also offering its Sunday lunch, which is available from 12-4pm with $12.50 for adults and $6.99 for children aged between five and 11 years old.
Children below four years are entitled for a free lunch and ice cream treat. Patrons may either choose from chicken, beef or lamb to satisfy their appetite.
Chef Mauri is also giving away food vouchers for anyone who could correctly answer the quizzes currently running on Chef Mauri’s Facebook page.
“When I first made Chef Mauri’s Facebook, we initially had 1,000 followers and have gradually increased to 9,000 followers,” said Chef Mauri.
Villa Mauri and Prego Mauri are also having their Express Lunch, which is available from 12pm until 3pm at $9.90 with free soft drinks (applicable only at Villa Mauri) and free salad or soup at Prego Mauri in Kuala Belait.
For the next few months. guest chef Moreno will be serving his specialties of Italian, Mexican and Spanish dishes such as Duck Ragout served with home-made ribbon pasta, Snapper-Fillet bathed in a Provencal sauce with roasted capsicum and potatoes, and Chicken Breast dipped with cheese, spinach, mushrooms and mashed potatoes. Chef Moreno will also impress with his command of putonghua (???) having lived in China for 10 years, and he is also picking up Indonesian, having married his wife Anita a year ago.