Fratini's Restaurant


Fratini's Restaurant

Pasta & Pizza
Authentic Italian Cuisine


Fratini's Restaurant started in 1996 at the heart of Bandar Seri Begawan (18 years ago), where they opened their first Fratini’s Restaurant in the Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex. It was the start of one of the best known Italian restaurants, in Malaysia, Brunei and now in the Philippines, they opened last October 26, 2013. Fratini’s restaurant here in the Philippines offered services for birthday, corporate and other special event even school event.

Kitchen
First Floor Dining Set

Fratini’s Restaurant was located in the business city capital of the Philippines at SM Jazz Mall, Nicanor Garcia Corner Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati City. The place looks good and spacious, they have two floors. The first floor, you can see their open kitchen that you can see on how they prepare your food, their dining area set and that was very nice settings with the cool art view of Rialto Bridge in Venice Italy in their wall and they also have high tables and chairs dining set outside. In second floor, they still have a dining area set and you can find also their restroom. The time I've visited this place, they already have a Christmas decor and it was designed perfectly also that makes you feel a delightful ambiance. Fratini’s Restaurant had a cozy atmosphere and friendly staff that will make you feel right at home.

Second Floor Dining Set

Outside Dining Set

The food that we've tasted are all good and we all like it, they served different appetizer, first course, main course, dessert and off course drinks. The different of this restaurant from other restaurant is that they served different kind of meat even seafood except for pork. Why no pork? Because Fratini’s restaurant was first established in Muslim Country of Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei. And what else? They are giving you a chance to create your own pizza, for 225 pesos per head (pizza size is 9 inches), you can prepare your pizza and choice of your toppings. As per the manager of the restaurant Mr. Jojo Hernandez, they allow ages from 4 to adults. 




From the time we were there, they give us a chance to create our own pizza, not the usual size of pizza that their customer tried. It’s an 18” pizza thin crust and we did it from the scratch, we used rolling pin to flatten the dough until it reached the 18” size (sprinkle some flour it you feel sticky while flattening the dough). After that, we've started to put the base sauce of our pizza then our pizza toppings. Then, it’s our time to put our pizza in the oven which is the hardest part and it is not easy when you have to get your pizza using the pizza peel to not breaking the dough (full push then pull), I remembered that I did it 4 times before I've actually put the whole pizza in the pizza peel and then I've put the pizza in the oven by full push again (I did it one time and that was good for the first timer). After 10 to 15 minutes are pizza are cooked and ready to eat, the taste was good. And take note also that they don’t use “MSG - Mono sodium glutamate” in their food.




The price for me is not too expensive if you will see the food on how they prepared, on how they served. And once you have tasted it, it's all worth it to feed your stomach.

If I will going to rate the place from 1 to 9, I will rate it a perfect score of 9. For the price, also 9 and for the food, also 9.

Below are the list of food and drinks that we have tried.


Salad


Insalata Ortolana
Insalata Ortolana
Mix Salad

Pasta


Fettuccine Carbonara
Italian noodles tossed in creamy sauce, parmesan cheese, egg yolk and beef rashes or chicken breast


Liguine Al Frutti Di Mare
Liguine Al Frutti Di Mare
Special flat pasta served with assorted mixed seafood, garlic, chili, fresh herbs and tomato sauce of fish bouillion

Ravioli Al Gamberoni
Ravioli Al Gamberoni
Home-made pasta filled with prawns meat and cream cheese, tossed with squid, olives and parsley sauce

Chef’s Special


Mix Seafood Specials
Mix Seafood Specials
Mix Seafood Specials
variations of giant prawn, red snapper and salmon glaze with lemon capper sauce

Lamb Meat
Lamb Meat
Lamb Meat
Lamb together with tenderloin and chicken breast. Glaze with pepper sauce.


Mix Meat
Mix Meat
Mix Meat

Dessert

Tiramisu Tradizionale
Tradition Italian cheese cake layered with lady finger soaked in espresso coffee and topped with creamy mascarpone cheese and cocoa powder


Panna Cotta Di Fragole
Strawberry cream dome served with chocolate sauce and fresh strawberry brunoise


Classico Del Pudding di Choco
Fratini’s classic dessert of fresh home-made chocolate pudding

Drinks

Tropical Ice Tea
Banana Smoothie
Strawberry Milkshake

Butterfly Ice Tea


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The Pizza Making - Fratini's Restaurant













The Place - Fratini's Restaurant















The Manager - Fratini's Restaurant


Mr. Jojo Hernandez
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11 comments:

  1. Wow! Another pizza resto we should try! I love the idea of "make your own pizza" too! I'd like to visit with my family and try their pizza and ravioli. :)

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    1. have you already visited this resto? how was it?

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  2. The ravioli looks interesting. I love raviolis :)

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  3. I like the idea of making your own pizza, is everyone free to put the pizza into the oven after putting the toppings? Also, how are the prices for the pasta?

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    1. Phylicia Marie Pineda, i think the range is 200 to 500 pesos for pasta :)

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  4. I love the place. And the food looks really yummy too. I shall bring my kids here too since they both love pizza :)

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  5. Phylicia Marie Pineda, i think the range is 200 to 500 pesos for pasta :)

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  6. Never try dining in a DIY pizza restaurant. Hope I can try this! :)

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