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Checking Out The Delicious Neapolitan Pizzas At Round @ HappyMansion [Review]

Checking Out The Delicious Neapolitan Pizzas At Round @ HappyMansion [Review]

Round’s Neapolitan pizzas are great for sharing or you can also have it all to yourself!

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Round at Happy Mansion serves an array of delicious food, and a must-try is the Neapolitan pizzas.

Alan Goh started learning to make Neapolitan pizzas after attending a cooking masterclass in the UK.

When he came back to Malaysia, he started making pizzas from his home kitchen during the pandemic before branching out to set up Uno’s Pizzeria food truck.

He continued honing his skills and finally opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant which had a soft launch last December.

The exterior of Round HappyMansion. Image: Adeline Leong/TRP

The pizzas at Round are contemporary Neapolitan pizzas, and the difference between a contemporary and traditional Neapolitan pizza is in the dough.

In a contemporary Neapolitan pizza, the dough is well-hydrated, which results in an airy, light and puffy pizza base and crust.

The lean ingredients and proper fermentation of the dough also make the pizza healthy to eat and easily digestible. Not to mention, you don’t have to play tug of war while eating your pizza.

His passion for food is also shown as they use good and fresh ingredients, and invested in a good oven that’s imported all the way from Naples, dubbed the Ferrari of Ovens.

Here’s what we had:


  • Caprese
  • Burrata salad w Bresaola (I.G.P.)


  • Marinara (Vegan)
  • Margherita (Vegetarian)
  • Diavola (Spicy)


  • Classic Tiramisu
  • Granita (seasonal flavour)

The Taste Test

It’s always nice to have a starter or sides to share with the group. We had the Caprese and Burrata salad with Bresaola (cured beef).

Both side dishes look similar at first sight but the slight difference lies in the ingredients.

Caprese and Burrata salad with Braseola. Image: Adeline Leong/TRP

The Caprese is made out of D.O.P. Bufala, D.O.P. Parmigiano Reggiano, mixed herbs, sea salt flakes, Sarawak B. Pepper, and extra virgin olive oil mixed with arugula (rockets) and tomatoes.

Meanwhile, the Burrata salad with Bresaola is made out of cured beef, arugula and tomatoes mixed with aged balsamic vinaigrette and sea salt flakes.

The Bufala burrata had a poached egg texture and its mild, creamy taste was a nice addition to both salad dishes.

Clockwise from top right: Marinara, Margherita, and Diavola pizzas. Image: Adeline Leong/TRP

The bestseller pizza is the Margherita pizza, which is suitable for vegetarians. Margherita pizzas are made with five basic ingredients: San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, extra virgin olive oil, parmigiano reggiano, and basil leaves.

Although the centre of the pizza looked soft due to the olive oil, the slices could be easily lifted and folded in my hand to eat. The tomatoes and the cheese flavours were delicious.

Next up was the Marinara pizza, which is made out of San Marzano tomatoes, baby tomatoes, oregano, garlic, basil and olive oil.

The garlic gave the Marinara pizza a more flavourful profile as compared to the Margherita.

The Diavola is a must-have for people who love spice in their life. For an idea of how spicy it is, Diavola literally means the Devil.

This spicy pizza is made out of Fior Di Latte (a type of soft cheese), beef pepperoni, spinach, parmigiano reggiano, chillies and olive oil.

The Diavola also comes with an extra habanero if it’s not spicy enough for you. The pizza’s great flavours are done right because they aren’t drowned out by the spiciness, which makes this an interesting pizza compared to the other two.

Granita and classic tiramisu. Image: Adeline Leong/TRP

We ended the night with desserts and had the classic tiramisu and granita. The tiramisu is made with chocolates from Chocolate Concierge, resulting in a delicious cake.

Meanwhile, the granita flavours are inspired by the spring season this month so the base is made out of oolong tea, mixed with passion fruit, and lemon.

The tangy and fresh flavours of the granita also serve as a good palate cleanser to enjoy the tiramisu flavour more.

The Verdict

Each pizza has its own rich flavours, but the Diavola has the most interesting flavour profile.

The Diavola has a combination of cut and fermented habanero, which is why you might feel it tastes a little similar to Tabasco.

It’s true that the light pizza dough is easy on the stomach and I didn’t feel bloated after eating so much food in one sitting.

The classic tiramisu is non-alcoholic, but they do have an alcoholic version on the menu too.

Round HappyMansion

Round Happy Mansion. Image: Adeline Leong/TRP

Address: Happy Mansion, BG8, Block B, Jalan 17/13, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Operation Hours:
Closed on Tuesdays
Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm / 6pm-10pm
Sat-Sun: 12pm-10pm

Instagram: Round HappyMansion

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