Home Food Reviews Leaf Dining @ Solaris Mon’t Kiara

I’ve been eating quite a bit of Indian food, since I’m featuring Indian cuisine for the November issue of my FACES column. Here’s another discovery I made (ok, I didn’t really discover this. rif told me about it) in Solaris Mon’t Kiara – Leaf Dining. I actually wanted to eat at Little Korea, but he persuaded me to try the briyani here.I’m glad he did – I enjoyed the food. Mutton briyani (RM12) was good value for money. It was a pretty generous portion with abundant chunks of lamb in a thick curry sauce. For small eaters, I would recommend sharing this.The rice was more intensely flavoured compared to the other briyani versions I’ve eaten. Correct me if I’m wrong…but I think Southern Indian food uses a lot more spices and is less creamy compared to Northern Indian food. The pickled onions yogurt was tangy and refreshing.rif ordered the vegetarian banana leaf thali set meal (RM5.50) and a piece of fried chicken (RM5). The presentation was a lot better, and it was tastier than the two banana leaf rice shops in Bangsar Baru. We both liked the fish curry — it was thick, fiery and well-infused with spices.The fried chicken was reputed to be good (according to rif and a friend). It was nicely marinated and freshly fried, but the portion was so small! I could easily eat two.

Crispy papadams
Frothy teh tarik


Service was warm and friendly. The waiters were smiling all the time and they happily gave me more curry to go with my briyani. I liked that the place had air-conditioning, so I didn’t walk out sweating. Prices are quite affordable, considering the large portions and location.
Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 6.5/10 (pork-free)
Verdict: The food here are mostly spicy and tummy warming.

5, Jalan Solaris 1,
Solaris Mont Kiara,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
03-6203 6000

GPS Coordinates: N 3 10.441 E 101 39.624

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