One of the owners visited a small Italian town and was inspired by its beauty and the inspiring story of how it treated its sole Muslim resident. Thus Positano became the name of a cosy restaurant which serves not just great food but dishes out a nice and casual social dining experience - at a very reasonable price. It does not have a very long menu, which allows the team to focus on ensuring each dish is special, according to Ishak, one of the founders - who is always there to ensure the food, ambience and service is just they way the owners envision it. We tasted the Ribeye (succulent, texture just right and taste - I ate it without the sauce - was really good), the arrabiata (my favourite among the handmade pastas - spicy without overpowering the accompanying flavours), prawn alio oglio (nice herbal taste, tasty sun-dried tomatoes and generous servings of prawns done just right) and crabmeat linguini (crab meat was fresh and the crab flavour permeated the pasta, slightly spicy). The crabmeat mac and cheese seemed out of place in the menu so we did not order but Ishak insisted we try it. I dont particularly like creamy pastas but this one was indeed special. I would strongly recommend a visit!