I have been reading about Tenji’s Japanese Buffet at SohoKL, Solaris Mont Kiara recently. It seemed like an deal too good to miss out for only RM49.90 for the full session. Being hooked on Japanese food recently, I am going to try it later this month before the luncheon buffet promotion ends.
But, first I need to find out how to go to SohoKL. All I know about Solaris Mont Kiara is that you would surely see it if you’re traveling in and out of [tag]Kuala Lumpur[/tag] via the highway. It is so huge you won’t miss it especially when it’s lighted at night, just like a bigger and better version of Autocity. Yesterday, we finally found the way to SohoKL via Sri Hartamas and had dinner at Ole Ole Bali shortly after that. Our choices were limited because it was New Year’s day, so many shops were closed.
Since Ole Ole Bali is a sister restaurant of Bumbu Bali (they are owned by the same management), the menu is very similar and perhaps too familiar for a long patron of Bumbu Bali like me. Most of the food on the grilled and main courses menu have been tried and tested except for [tag]seafood[/tag]. So, as an attempt to try something new, I had a Seafood Platter @ RM32
The Seafood Platter comes with a very generous portion of Grilled Dory Fillet, two fresh prawns and squid. Side dishes are a bowl of salad, some spicy fries and a slice of juicy, sweet watermelon. I think you could easily make out the prawns.. so the dory fillets are at the bottom, while the squid is that one piece sitting on top.
When Ole Ole Bali says generous portions, they really meant it – there were three dory fillets! Taste wise, the grilled seafood is lightly seasoned to put more emphasis on the natural, fresh flavor. But, if you like your food with a stronger taste, the brown sauce provided does a good job in enhancing the flavor.
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I have been reading about Tenji's Japanese Buffet at SohoKL, Solaris Mont Kiara recently. It seemed like an deal too goo...