Eating Korean barbecue may not be the same again at Palsaik KoreanBBQ Restaurant in Solaris Mont Kiara. “Palsaik” means “8 colors” in Korean and it focuses on color therapy whereby the nutritional values of food can be decoded by its color. And indeed 8 flavors of pork belly are available, with 8 kinds of marinades representing 8 different colors. Palsaik’s menu is really simple with three sets to choose from: Continue reading
Jeju Badang is a new Korean Restaurant in Solaris Mont Kiara that offers something different than the usual Korean BBQ. With the chef being from Jeju, local Jeju food is one of Jeju Badang’s main focus on top of seafood and sashimi.
I’ve passed LewisGene Espresso Cafe a few times in Solaris Mont Kiara and somehow always thought it’s a franchise cafe because of it’s name – but it’s not ! The moment we stepped in, we immediately loosened up in this cafe with personality. Continue reading
The Departure Lounge Cafe may excite travelholics when coffee comes with wide range of travel books from Lonely Planet to Insight Guides; the collection is actually better than your neighborhood bookstore! Continue reading
Bon Ga Korean Restaurant offers a decent range of Korean classics including BBQ, noodles, soups and a bit of seafood as well. The barbecue here is done on electric grill that’s super convenient and saves you the jolt as the waiter no longer needs to bring a hot pot of scorching coal or take the pot away at the end of the meal. Continue reading
Twins Korean Restaurant is a a home-style restaurant, being run by what looks like family members. It is one of the most affordable Korean restaurant in Solaris Mont Kiara and with authentic taste too, just like eating my Korean friend’s mum’s cooking. Continue reading
Ministry of Coffee in Solaris Mont Kiara is located rather discreetly at the rear of the Soho Complex. There is some “rawness” about the outlet with bare cement and bare bricks, while the slab of stainless steel tabletop adds a sense of professionalism. Continue reading
The Ming Room at Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC) serves delectable dim sum dishes that test patrons tenacity and patience especially on weekends, and I see many patrons are accepting the challenge, waiting as-a-matter-of-fact-ly for an empty table. If you would like to eat at The Ming Room during weekends, it is a must that you make a reservation or be prepared to wait. We were told even if we made a reservation, we might still need to wait. Continue reading
Lao Mai Zi may seem like your typically Chinese “dai chow” restaurant yet they have a few dishes with a twist that lure patrons for a little something different, such as the smoked duck breast with lychee (RM 25). Continue reading
JW Marriott Hotel’s Shanghai Restaurant (苏浙苑) is a restaurant of grandeur, reliving old splendid Shanghai with red and gold motifs in delicate opulence. Alongside Shanghainese cuisine, the restaurant also offers dim sum for lunch.