Sunday, November 9, 2008

Michelangelo's Ristorante @ Solaris Mont Kiara

第一次到 Mont Kiara 的 Solaris 去...
My first trip to Solaris, Mont Kiara ~

Soho KL 的前方:
In front of Soho KL:

View from the back of the building:

走了一阵决定到 Michelangelo's 去吃晚餐:
After walking around we decided to have our dinner at Michelangelo's:


Pizza Costiera (RM29.90):
海鲜薄饼有乌贼, 虾, 青口, 红和青色的灯笼椒和乳酪
Squids, prawns, mussels, marinated red and green bell pepper, tomatoes and mozarella cheese
looks thin but not the thin crust texture we usually get
this is not crispy... more like very thin bread
not much cheese and the tomato paste is too light

dun remember seeing any mussels
and the prawns are not fresh...

Spaghetti Marinara Sizzlelini (RM39.90):
大虾, 青口, 蛤蜊和乌贼用白酒煮过
On sizzling skillet of ssucculent king prawns, mussels, clams and squids, cooked with white wine and served in spicy tomato sauce
comes in a pan...

意粉煮得刚好 QQ 的
the pasta is cooked to perfection while the seafood is very fresh
i love the tomato paste which is thick but not too sour with a hint of spiciness Photobucket

Tiramisu (RM15.90):
味道不错可是如果更湿一点会更好吃... Photobucket
An Italian tradition of sponge finger biscuits dipped in espresso liqueur, then layered between rich mascarpone cream, topped with cocoa powder
tasted pretty good but prefer it to be more moist...

名片/Name card:


Akira 思胜 said...


Jun said...

so, worth trying, u think?

mimid3vils said...

seem like the food so-so only~~

Nic (KHKL) said...

always tempted to check out the pavilion branch....hmmm, maybe i check out la bodega next door first hor? hehehe...

worldwindows said...

Nice neon shots!

Henry Yeo said...

okay, we know not to order the pizza.

Sam's mistress said...

WONDERFUL nighttime shots! This is a stunning post. I think I'd love this night out even if the food wasn't as good. But did you have fun?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

ok..dun think i will try this...

ling239 said...

Akira 思胜 :
在 Mont Kiara 的大概都那样吧 ~ ^_^

Jun :
the pasta is good ~ ^_^

mimid3vils :
depends on your order ~ ^_^

Nic (KHKL) :
can, can! that one also i not yet visit leh...^_^

worldwindows :
tks ~ ^_^

Henry :
unless u like the bread type of crust ~ ^_^

Sam's mistress :
yes, i had a good time, walking around this area ~ ^_^

"Joe" who is constantly craving :
not quite sure what is worth trying at this area yet...

Agnes Sim said...


Anonymous said...

Incredible place!
Where your reservation will be handle by a professional language expert trained expatriate. You are able to learn the meaning of patient in giving your details in the process and you might also able to explore your creativity in forming new English that no one heard before.
You’re ought to be grateful if you humorously ask to talk to someone else who can speak your first, second, third, fourth, fifth or even your native language to ask some simple question, such as preparing a place of your desire. You will have their surety to be satisfy by their attentiveness of calling your back when – never.
The food was phenomenon! The lasagna were priceless as it was magically lure warm at the outside, and burning hot in the inside. It leaves you a long memorable burning sensation on your tongue and throat from the state of the art cooking via microwave, with surprise for a long.. long.. time.
The services were terrific! There will be well trained expatriate comes to you to ask of your delighted. They will always set you as the priority when if you’re a Caucasian, to serve you first; Will not hesitate to conveniently drop any conversation and turn away half way to the others of their request, and not return to attend to them, non-Caucasian’s need. Making customer satisfaction top priority.
Fabulous place, will recommend to lemon lovers.