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.
The starter dishes as usual kept us entertained while waiting for food.
The bibim naengmyeon (or spicy mixed buckwheat noodles) (RM 15) took me by surprise because it was the first time I am eating soba in a Korean restaurant and it has a different texture to the Japanese type that I am accustomed to. It is more chewy, but not as chewy as the chap chae noodles (Korean glass noodles), so it has an in-between texture of chap chae and Japanese soba.
It’s a refreshing cold dish, more like a noodle salad with vinegar & chili dressing. The ingredients are a clash of all sorts of crunchiness – the solid crunch of carrot sticks, the bursting crunch of cucumber slices, the fluffy crunch from onions, the crisp crunch from raw cabbage shreds and lastly the fruity crunch from the unexpected apple.
The mackerel (RM 15) is grilled to crisp and it too only has the basic seasoning of salt with a sprinkle spring onion and garlic.
Being a restaurant on the ground floor of the happening Solaris Mont Kiara area, Twins Korean Restaurant has unbelievably affordable prices with a good number of food comprising of soups, noodles and barbecue items in the range of RM 15 – RM 20, nett ! Pricier items on the menu include hot pot, seafood and barbecue items in the range of RM40 – RM 50. .
Address : Jalan Solaris 4, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening Hours : Daily 10 am – 10 pm