Their pizzas were special, the crusts were really thin and as crunchy as potato chips; I would probably prefer normal bread-like crust in long run, but their pizzas worth a try for its uniqueness. Seafood pastas were great, and the side dishes we ordered were decent as well; not happy with the dessert though.
The restaurant offered some other higher priced items which looked tempting, but we didn’t want to spend big for the meal; the bill came at ~RM240 (USD66) for six pax, slightly upmarket price in KK standard, still reasonable though.
Toscani’s Wine & Dine
Address: Lot 14, Waterfront, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.