Restaurants in Mont Kiara, Solaris Mont Kiara @ Kuala Lumpur – 23 Restaurants
Japanese food with a mix of western and chinese food
Mont Kiara restaurant has been closed, dont know move to where
One of the Korean restaurant chains that is still getting much love as ever is the Palsaik Korean BBQ restaurant. So what makes Palsaik Korean BBQ different from the other Korean BBQ restaurants? The answer lies in the unique 8-colour pork barbecue! The menu is also relatively simple, it comes in a wide spread of two-page menu, where you could opt for the set you preferred. We ordered the premium set which featured the signature 8-colour pork barbecue, grilled deodeok (Lanceolate) root and premium kimchi. We also had an additional trooper soup at the side while we wait for the barbecue pork to be ready.
Overall, it was a super good buffet for us. Even 2 hours is more than enough for us as we are small eaters. By the time we reach 3rd round, we are full. Hahahaha!! The staffs are efficient in changing the griller once it turns black. Good Job guys but you guys should also be active in refilling the Veggie for the customer. By the time we reach our 3rd round, the veggies are no longer refilled. Such a pity!! We need veggie to eat together with the meat. Hope, you guys improve on it!!
One of the very few Izakayas around in Kuala Lumpur, Shuraku is an unpretentious, cozy, hidden gem, a favourite among the Japanese community and locals alike. Izakayas; Japanese pubs that serve food as sharing plates to accompany the drinks, are popular for after-work drinking. The sister outlet to the more bold and adventurous Daikanyama at Changkat Bukit Bintang, Shuraku takes a more mellow approach to it's offering. Employing traditional Japanese cuisine methods to deliver authentic dishes to match the range of Japanese sakes; nihonshu, shochu & umeshu as well as beers and traditional Japanese cocktails, that fill you up at family dinners or as you kick back and let loose with friends. Housed on the 2nd floor of a nondescript shoplot in Solaris Mont Kiara, Shuraku plays brilliantly with space, from the yakibar to the outdoor balcony, there's definitely a nook to suit your liking, mood and style.
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Of course, it’s not just a manically friendly atmosphere or semi-secret slice of “Japan” they’re after, the food rocks, too.