After the pizza, came what we were really waiting for, the pasta. My mother had her favourite of course, the Al Nero, which is of a seafood flavour. The pasta is black in colour, I don't know what sauce they use but I can tell you its all good, though my mother said it was better the last time she came compared to last night, but it was still all right. Mine was.. something whose name I cannot remember, but tomato based sauce, with bacon chunks which was awesome. I really enjoyed mine, and I'm glad I chose that one.
Now, there was something that we ordered in the beginning before all the food came, drinks. My father decided to have some tea, and I didn't feel like having anything fancy so I just called for water. The waiter asked, "Sparkling water or running water?"
I think I just said, "Just normal water," with my head thinking they're going to serve me filtered tap water. This is what came to the table, which eventually came as RM 20 onto our bill:
I was like, "Okay, it's in a really fancy bottle." You probably can't read the smaller inscription, so let me type it out for you:
You know, I only realised this after I was looking at this photo a little more carefully on my computer. I guess it was really dumb for me to order imported mineral water although I had no idea it was but should have probably guessed by the bottle that usually plays host to nice, not so cheap lemonades.
Anyhow, the night ended well and we went home after a nice birthday meal at the Nero Fico. If you ever feel the need to spoil yourself with some quality pasta, perhaps you may want to give this place a try.