Prego Mauri Relocated To Kg Kiarong

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Good news for Italian food and pizza lovers as Chef Mauri relocated Prego Mauri from Kuala Belait to Kg Kiarong — a move intended to help those who want to get their pasta and pizza cravings within the city centre.

The branch is located at Unit 26, Block B, First Floor, Bangunan Habza (same row with Concepts Computer) in Kg Kiarong.

“We have a limited time promotion in conjunction with the branch’s soft opening and there are various new menu items to try. For warm starters, we have oven baked Portobello mushroom with fresh crab meat and spinach served on a pumpkin glaze,” said Maurizo Intrigila or fondly known as Chef Mauri, owner of the group of restaurants.

Pizza lovers will appreciate the selection of Chef Mauri’s homemade BBQ sauce and honey cream sauce for their pizza toppings along with mozzarella, smoked salmon, prawn and chilli – all available from $9.75 to $22.50 according to its size.

For meat lovers, charcoal-grilled beef tenderloins are served with their favourite sauce of either mixed peppercorns, mushroom or barbeque.

Special drinks such as fresh mango lassi, Mochanana smoothie and refreshing Rutecea are also available at Prego Mauri.

“We also would like to emphasise that at Chef Mauri Group of Restaurants, we do not buy any frozen seafood as we obtain it fresh from the market every day. We promise our customers that our food and service is value for money and quality will never be compromised,” he said.

Customers are also encouraged to sign up for Mauri Card, which is a discount card for future purchases.

The members of Mauri Card can enjoy up to 50 per cent off during public holidays and up to 30 per cent off during normal days at any of the Chef Mauri Group of Restaurants.

“For instance, from 2pm to 6pm daily, customers can get 30 per cent off with Mauri Card,” he added.

The public can also check out Chef Mauri’s official Instagram (@chefmauribrunei), Facebook page (Chef Mauri Group of Restaurants) or website at

The Brunei Times