It took me a couple trips, and different sets of friends, to go through most of their standard menu: decent spaghetti and pasta. And that might not be its best selling point.
For a plate of aglio e olio, MYR4-5 was an absolute steal. Sprinkled with black pepper, capsicum, and pieces of lamb, I've rarely had such an affordable meal in Kuala Lumpur, save for fast food. And this was actually good-tasting food too.
Other equally affordable choices include spaghetti carbonara, spaghetti bolognaise and pesto. Those who fancy their carbonara to be light on the cheese and cream would enjoy their offering, though I fancy much more of that. The bolognaise came in a rather healthy serving, which should suit bigger appetites.
One of the extra features the restaurant version has, and the roadside stall doesn't, is the option to enjoy your spaghetti with a substantial twist. For MYR20, you get to enjoy spaghetti drenched in their homemade sauce and 2-3 pieces of lamb chop.
Feel free to figure out what combination was used, but it was zesty, spicy and creamy, all at once. And just about enough to justify the price. Along with lamb chop, you can also opt for chicken chop to go with your spaghetti.
Also available in the restaurant are snack and dessert options, such as sandwiches, pitas, brownies & ice-cream, and creme brulee, all of which adequate accompaniments.
With the humble pricing, you might just find that this is the best place to eat in KL on a budget yet.