Last I counted there were three Korean BBQ buffet in Solaris Mont Kiara - including the popular BBQ-K, which has unfortunately gone down hill of late. Our initial plan was to eat at Donsadon, but we ended up at Duk SooNe instead because we couldn't find the place.
Ramen Izakaya Kazushi's owner is probably an ex-footballer who played for the Japanese national team. Either that, or he's an avid fan and collector of memorabilia and signed collectibles of the said team. From what we saw that night, this casual eatery is popular with Japanese expats hanging around after work.
B-Lab is one of the latest F&B merchants to be added into the Entertainer. If you're wondering what the Entertainer is, it's a mobile app that lets you enjoy buy 1 free 1 deals on main menu items. I have the app installed to look for great dining deals in town.
If you told that me there's a good Japanese restaurant in a condominium somewhere in KL, I would probably laugh it off. But then here we are. Kobayashi has been around more than 4 years in Mont Kiara Palma, an old yet well maintained condominium that features a lake, a large garden and filled with trees that give a sense of tranquility.
Besides Marugame, Kodawari Menya is another Japan-based udon and tempura restaurant that offers tasty noodles at affordable prices. As of now, Menya Kodawari can only be found at 1 Mont Kiara shopping mall, right opposite another great Japanese noodle restaurant - Menya Kamikaze.
Finding an Izakaya in KL is not difficult, as there are a number of them sprawl over the city. But for a change of flavor and environment, Sola-Pocha, a PojangMacha (Korean bar) could very well what you are looking for. The bar's chosen name is simply an amalgamation of the words Sola (Solaris Mont Kiara, where it's located) and Pocha (short form for PojangMacha) - it all makes sense!