My Stomach Visited Little Korea @ Solaris

12:32 AM

It is time for Korean Food!!! Few days ago I was craving for Korean and while thinking of what to eat after church just last night, I suggested Korean! My brother who was driving agreed to my suggestion and we went to Solaris Mont Kiara for some Korean.

At first we wanted to go to this Korean BBQ restaurant above "Chilla Cup" called "Bonga" if i'm not mistaken. Unfortunately, full house. Hmm... the food there must be really good then... gotta go back there again to try their food. 

Like every other Korean Restaurants, they provide little mini dishes. Kimchi spotted! Love it, I ate most of it. :p 

Meatttt! <3. This is called "Sam Gyoub Sal", which means "Fresh Belly Slice" @ RM29.00. When the waiter started frying it, the smell reminded me of bacon. Taste wise, like most BBQ they are tasteless, that's why you need the sauce, and add some of the side dishes to enhance the taste. 

This is how I ate my meat, with lettuce leaves. Doesn't look filling right? But as you keep eating and eating it's actually not too bad... in a way you're getting full with small meals which is good for metabolism. (Eat many but small meals a day) (3.5/5)

Although their Green Tea isn't free, i'm glad my mum ordered them because the "Fresh Belly Slice" is kinda oily. 

Kimchi Soup! This would be my second time drinking Kimchi soup. WTH right? I like to eat Kimchi but only my second time drinking the soup. Surprisingly the soup wasn't spicy at all, and it tasted like tom yum. For this dish, it was just average. (2.5/5)

This is called "Bul Gal Bi" which is their "Fresh Spare Rib Marinated in House Sauce" @ RM72.00. My brother suggested to the waiter to have it cooked medium rare so that we can taste the juiciness of the meat. 
Looks so good, I feel like having them right now as I type. The meat tasted delicious and fresh, felt like I hardly eat good meat like this. (4/5)

Kim Chi Jeon is a Korean Kimchi Pan-Fried dough of flour, squid, shrimp, clam, and scallions, sweet taste of cooked scallions and seafood flavour. This cost about RM27, and are often called Kimchi Pancake. Since the first time I ate Kimchi pancake from another restaurant, I hated it and thought the taste was weird. But because we had no rice and I was still hungry, so i jut took a slice. 

Hey it's actually really good. For the first time i've tasted Kimchi pancake this good. But keep in mind I don't eat Korean food often so I can't really say if this is the best, but it did taste delicious to me. (4/5)

Food: 3.8/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 3.8/5
Revisit: I would, but probably won't crave for them. 

Overall it is a pretty decent place. The total bill came up to RM220+ around there, so it's roughly RM50+ per person. 

Little Korea Korean Restaurant
5-3 7-3 9-3, Jalan Solaris One
Solaris Mon’t Kiara, KL
GPS Coordinates: N3 10.448 E101 39.607
Tel: 03-6203 7217

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