Powerplant at Pearl Shopping Gallery: Restaurant review

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December 22, 2016
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Furnished with foliage and fuelled by Korean fusion fare, Powerplant channels a cheeky sense of fun.

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Tapas treats

Tapas-style treats include the perilously playful Mandu Roulette (RM19); one out of the five gochujang minced pork dumplings on the platter is electrifyingly spicier than the rest, even though they all look identical before being bitten into – this is ideal for sharing among adventurous companions.

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Other high-voltage temptations span the steamed and fried mantous, stuffed with a flavoursome mix of pork, pickles, carrots and kitchen-made kimchi mayonnaise (RM23), and the gluttony-generating potato wedges and fries slathered with cheese sauce, green onions, bacon bits, more of that kimchi mayo, and our favourite component, crispy pork lard (RM17).

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Customers with an aversion to cheese may find their taste buds short-circuiting if they order the mozzarella-rich boneless garlic soy chicken wings (RM25) or the pizza topped with chicken, chives, crunchy ramyun noodles and hot pepper paste sauce (RM28); it may be necessary to recharge with a soju-flamed brownie (RM35) or cool cocktails with bases of soju and makgeolli, some showcasing surprising Korean-inspired ingredients like corn silk tea, a galbi marinade, and even noodles (RM25-RM35).

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Location & Details

Address: Ground Floor,  Pearl Shopping Gallery, Jalan Sepadu, Off Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur.
Hours: Daily, 10am – 1.30am
Tel: +603-7971-6732
Find: View directory for Powerplant Malaysia here.

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