The thing about Solaris Mont Kiara is that many of the restaurants are obscured from view by countless canopy that stretch across the open-air area.
Walk along this path and you’ll see many restaurants, some of them are worth visiting – such as Golden Triangle.
I can’t get a nice view of the restaurant’s facade, they offer both indoor and outdoor dining area.
Here’s a little description from their website, which does seem a little outdated.
The Golden Triangle IndoChine Restaurant current outlets in Auto-City and Queenbay Mall welcomes you with its spacious rustic interior yet elegantly refined finish with wooden canopy and hardwood floors. A relatively new entry in the F&B scene in Penang, The Golden Triangle offers many wonderful delights to its diners. Famous not just for its tasty, delightful and exotic Indo Chine dishes and delicacies, Golden Triangle IndoChine Restaurant perhaps is the only restaurant in Penang serving an enormous range of dishes from Thai, Vietnamese and Laotian with an outstanding menu that matches an impeccable service for a great dining experience.
Here’s the table where we sat – the biggest table on the lower floor and it’s surprisingly close to the entrance.
Here’s a view from where I was sitting – it’s THAT near to the entrance.
I thought sitting inside would be a lot cooler but unfortunately the entrance is so huge, it’s not all that cooling, especially after you’ve digested massive amount of hot and spicy food.
For our dining, we went for the RM 63++ per head ALL YOU CAN EAT package. 😀 We had 6 adults at the dining table, so that comes to a little over RM 400 after the additional charges come in.
The menu for this package was really good. They take note of the number of people, and will serve the food ordered based on the figure. It’s good, this means if you ordered spicy soft shell crab, it comes in a plate with MANY soft shell crab on it to cater to 6 people. 🙂
Here are some of the dishes that we savored.
Vietnamese Fried Rice – I love the aroma of this fried rice, along with the seafood added to the flair.
Pandan Chicken – not the best pandan chicken I’ve tasted but not the worst either. I’ll rate it as pretty good.
Saigon Fried Chicken Wing – tasty, nothing special but great for kids. 🙂
Tomato Cashewnut Prawns in Fresh Coconut – I find this dish really special, though the fresh prawns are lay hidden among the stacks of cashewnuts and vegetables in the coconut.
Butter Pineapple Prawns – I don’t recall tasting much butter nor pineapple but I only remember that the prawn is fresh. 😀
Thai Style Steamed Fish – lovely steamed fish, I didn’t expect it to be this big in size and I’m please that the fish was fresh. Taste wise, it’s like any other steam fish, with a little touch of Thai taste to it.
Deep Fried Spicy Soft Shell Crabs – my favorite dish of the night, despite being called “deep fried spicy” – I only see it being deep fried but only just a bit spicy. The crabs are fresh. It was well fried, crispy on the outside while maintaining the aroma and texture of the crab.
Spicy Lime Leave Soft Shell Crabs – same could be said for this one, except that the spicy-ness level is up a few levels, I’d say it’s moderately spicy but the fragrance of the lime leave adds an exotic touch to the experience.
The overall dining experience was good, the waitresses were responsive. We didn’t have to wait long for the dishes, however wait time will extend once there are more patrons.
Good place, give it a try! RM 63+ is worth it. The website says RM 54 but we’re not certain which branch does this apply, one thing’s for sure, I’ve personally seen this RM 63+ offer at Solaris branch for many months already.
Address :Lot J-0G-01 & J-0G-02 SOHO KL, Solaris Mont Kiara, No 2, Jalan Solaris,50400 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone :(603) 6203 0713
Business hours :11:00am – 11:00pm
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