Friday, July 16, 2010

Vivo American Pizza & Panini

Vivo (latin): To live; be alive

Well, It all started with the secret recipe of the Horrigan family, who served the best American style pizza in town using the traditional method of baking. Today, they are bringing you pizzas using the latest baking techonology that ensures perfection at all times. At Vivo, they combine the 30 years of pizza making experience with the new generation pizza-making concept to achieve the exceptional Vivo experience! — Their story


Another girls day out with Joeann and Elin with the boyf tagging along for lunch and movie at Jusco Bukit Tinggi ;D So Joeann and I have been figuring out what to eat for lunch the night before since we were both craving for pasta at that moment HAHAHA so it's either Vivo or Pasta Mania but still we came up with the decision of having lunch @ Vivo in the end.

The Menu; first thing to grab in a restaurant
not yr phone/ipod to check if there's wifi lol)

Elin and her boyfriend (:

Vivo is just opposite of Windmill Restaurant in Jusco Bukit Tinggi

Joeann and the comfy leather seat

Garlic bread @ 4 pieces for Rm3.50
Sadly there was neither a taste nor scent of garlic. The only thing that was good, it was crunchy.

My Beef Bolognaise spaghetti @ RM10.90
The gravy taste a bit different but I think the portion is rather small.

Joeann's meatball spaghetti @ RM12.90

Elin's Lemon Herb Salmon Steak - RM18.00

I look hideous, I know tsk tsk

Joeann is happily nomming her meatballz

Jason's Carbonara Linguine @ RM16.90
It looks creamy and cheesy enough to me!

4 pieces of 7' thin crust Oriental Chicken pizza @ RM11.90
I must admit that this one is superb. The thin crust made it so crispy yet the toppings are juicy at the same time -- MUST TRY!

Close up of how thin the crust is!

Not cheesy enough though ;/

Elin ;)

& Jason adding more chili powder to add the umph!

Total damaged of the day; RM93 for four person. Reasonable, no? I'll let you do the math. I must say probably not worth a second visit but different people might have different taste so no harm of giving it a try for those who have never been to Vivo. FYI, there's only 2 branches in KL and one in Klang while the rest are all in JB.

Vivo @Jusco
Bukit Tinggi

G27, Ground Floor, Jusco Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre,
Persiaran Batu Nilam 1/KS 6,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2,
41200 Klang, Selangor.
(603) 332 59725

For more info, feel free to check out their website!



jfook said...


Nana Eddy said...

maybe i will make a short stop there.

Lukey Cher Hong said...

sure looks fun and delicious!

Dropped by from Lukey's Rantings

WENDY said...


Icy Cathy said...

ur face is rounder leh~ LOL

~J'@nn~ said...

no, it's a tortoise meatball spagetti :)

M-Knight said...


Joanne Tee said...

Your beef bolognese spaghetti looks like its full of tomato and no mee! Haha! It looks great though :)

` Yi Han said...

Hmm food looks good! (:

TOLANIC said...

I just ate Domino’s Pizza yesterday. Ehh, is this pizza better than Domino’s?

ken said...

so many new franchise outlets nowadays.. too bad not much in ipoh =/

Yin Mun~Moon said...

Make me hungry liao :P

Vin Tsen Gan said...

Fuah, jadi full time food blogger ady >.<

Zenghoong said...

What a coincidence, the garlic bread I made today was very similar to what u ate. :P

JoYce said...

Ooohhh...i'm really drooling at the pizza. I love those thin types ^^

KwOnG FeI said...

no wonder i never hear before..
only 2 branches

sarah said...

that looks like a lovely restaurant :)

Anonymous said...

Oh? I find the food there not bad. I had it in Times Square last year. HAHA. But I don't making going for a second time tho. :P