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 Dubrovnik.
Doesn’t this introduction sound familiar? Of course it does – because it’s the same one I used in the previous article! 🙂 Using it again as I’m writing about a nice restaurant that situated on the same row as the one in the previous article.
Here’s a little description from their website…..
The only Croatian restaurant in Malaysia, and probably the only one in Southeast Asia, Dubrovnik is definitely very different from the typical Western restaurants. Offering authentic European Mediterranean dishes, Dubrovnik uses traditional recipes from Spain, France, Greece, Italy and Croatia.
The most attractive part of this restaurant would be the interior itself, which reminds me of some medieval castle in Europe.
That’s our seat, way back there (or should I say FRONT there) near the window.
Those who prefer to be outdoor, there’s the outdoor dining area.
As per the title – Lamb Peka has to be the STAR of Dubrovnik. (More details here).
It’s a lovely dish, over the weekdays – you’re best to order it a day in advance.
I didn’t know about that but I was fortunate to have visit the place over the weekend at around 6pm, the dish was said to be available at 6:30pm! So don’t head over during lunch hour and hope to get the Lamb Peka! 🙂
The lamb was superbly done, with meat falling off the bone with ease. Each chew leaves the aroma of the slow-cooked lamb. 🙂 Look at the fatty part! It’s sinfully delicious, I can’t imagine how much more I had to run just to burn that off but it’s soooooooooooooo tasty!
Besides Lamb Peka, we also had Calzone – I personally think this is one of the dishes not to be missed.
I’ve had quite a number of Calzones before and I think Dubrovnik serves the best. 🙂
The oozing melted cheese with mushroom sauce are certainly a lovely combo.
The Seafood Fettucini was good too, with fresh prawns mixed along with the creamy pasta.
As for dessert, we had Peach Melba
I think there’s nothing much to describe about the ice cream.
For drinks, we had tea. Nothing to shout about there. There’s a myriad of tea for you to choose from, my take is that you should choose the one from Croatia to enjoy the Croatian experience. 🙂
Anyway, their menu is available on their website, with description and price. Cost for the day? A LOT, comes to nearly RM 200 on the total bill. I wish they serve cheaper drinks. 😛
Address :Lot J-0G-14 SOHO KL, Solaris Mont Kiara, No 2, Jalan Solaris,50400 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone :(603) 6203 6780
Business hours :refer to website
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