Martin Kary Salt Cave Japanese Restaurant at Solaris Mont Kiara: Restaurant review

A Japanese restaurant in a man-made salt cave: Martin Kary might be worth a stop for novelty hunters, if the thought of savouring sashimi while surrounded by rocky saline walls sounds fun.

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Teppanyaki centerpiece

The centrepiece of this venue is teppanyaki – pan-fried smoked duck with mixed vegetables (RM22) fares well, with each citrus-balanced slice of meat turning out very tender.

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The menu runs the gamut of Japanese cuisine, from yakitori (skewers of squid tentacles, chicken liver and quail eggs, RM5-RM6 each) to sushi (an aburi seared set of salmon, tuna, yellowtail and prawn clocks in at RM24) to tempura, donburi, soba and udon.

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Salt therapy rooms are under construction upstairs, but if you’re planning  a visit to Martin Kary, it may be cost-effective to head here soon – there’s a 30 percent opening discount off all food through the end of June.

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Location & Details

Martin Kary: The Salt Cave Japanese Restaurant

Jalan Solaris 5, Solaris Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.

Daily, 11am-12am.

Tel: +603-28567527

Find: View directory for Martin Kary Japanese Restaurant here

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