December 4th, 2020
Category: Solaris Mont Kiara
Sriracha, the delicious hot sauce popular in Vietnamese and Thai cooking, has become a go-to condiment to raise the heat for a multitude of dishes, both classic and contemporary
B2B Burns 2 Bottles could become a new hotspot for modern Thai fare, firing up the imagination with a crowd-pleasing collection of sharing plates at sensible prices.
This cheerful, family-run cafe promises a unique proposition - Taiwanese-inspired waffle-shaped desserts made with milk & glutinous rice flour, instead of baking powder & wheat flour, resulting in a treat meant to evoke the pleasantly chewy texture of mochi rice cakes. Moffles?
KL's playground for pretzels promises fun for patrons & palates of all ages, parading a carousel of doughy
We popped in to Brussels's Solaris Mont Kiara outlet recently to sample some dishes from their new menu. [Sponsored]
This restaurant targets folks who want to eat healthy.
Michelangelo is revered historically as perhaps Italy’s finest artist of the Renaissance, a sculptor, painter, and architect of unparalleled renown. It follows, then, that a restaurant bearing his name would strive to achieve a level of culinary artistry, as well. [Sponsored]
Salt Lick, the latest restaurant to occupy the street-level corner lot of Solaris Mont Kiara's SohoKL complex.
We love Japanese curry - when it's done right, it's unbeatably fulfilling. So we were eagerly looking forward to
This month, Swich founder Lim Cheng Cheng reveals a recipe for her most cherished creation and explains why it holds a special place in her heart.
A return to Crazy Fish, where the one-of-a-kind seafood selection flown into Malaysia from South Korea has evolved slowly but steadily.
Returning to Yutaka at Solaris Mont Kiara. Earlier entry: April 9th. Sashimi Taking a risk on the RM180+ chef's