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Flat bread with feta cheese and chudney

Last Sunday, I had a gathering with the usual photo gang (the old legs of Lowyat.NET D300 thread) for a meal at Meatworks in Solaris Mont Kiara. It was my first time there and well, let’s just say I found a good place to have nice steak at relatively affordable price.

Tim ordered a flat bread with feta cheese and chudney as starters, and he was kind enough to share it with the table. The bread was soft, not so sure if I was a fan of the two dips.

Scallops @ Meatworks

Sharon and I ordered another appetiser which was simply called, Scallops. We love scallops and these scallops were big and juicy. Full marks to Meatworks for doing seafood well! And you thought they were only good for steaks. With such juicy scallops, I didn’t pay attention the tomato bits they used as the sauce. Considering they didn’t make me think twice of finishing the scallops, I guessed they must have been good as well.

French Onion Soup @ Meatworks

We also ordered one of the “Soups of the Day” and it was the French Onion Soup. Way too salty for me. It was like they used seawater for the broth. The onion taste wasn’t too overpowering so it could have been nice, if it was less salty.

Sirloin @ Meatworks

Next, came the meat. We wanted to order the 1kg ribs on the bone but they didn’t have it. It was also known as the Brontosaurus and it was a signature dish. What a pity.

So I ordered the Sirloin. Medium rare and they got it right! I am a happy man. Plus points for the chef because many places get it all wrong. Bloody, tender and absolutely chewy. And the fat on the sirloin was also a delight. Just add a couple more kilos for me but it is ok. All worth it.

Ribeye @ Meatworks

Sharon ordered the ribeye and she wanted it medium well. Looked a bit overcook to me but I think it was alright. She didn’t say it was too tough and when I ate some of it, it was alright. Maybe I got deceived by the colour. She ordered the special ribeye on the menu with extra horseradish and some funky name sauce which tasted just like my brown sauce. Oh well, but she got mashed potato to go along with hers.

And masher is always good. All in all, I would say that it was worth the price we paid. Almost RM150 for the two of us inclusive of drinks. Of course, the flat bread came free courtesy of Tim :P

I would go back there and I would definitely recommend this place. They just need a wee bit variety for their menu.

MeatWorks Restaurant @ Solaris
2G 3A, Jalan Solaris 5, Block H
Solaris Mont Kiara
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
(Directly across Cold Storage)

Tel: +603 6203 0871

14 thoughts on “Food! Meatworks @ Solaris Mont Kiara

  1. @Tim LOL yeah, smelled like meat at the end

    @babe hehe oh bordelaise sauce :d Maybe that’s a fancy name for brown :D

    @joysan Thanks :) You should!

    @geNe Thanks :) Drool is good. Now eat. :P

  2. Hi Nicholas,

    Thank you for the feedback and comments above. We hope you come back soon, and do give us your feedback when possible. We can be reached at talktous@meatworks.com.my

    BTW, gorgeous photos!!!! kudos to the photographer and camera used (and dish too =)) !! Who is your photographer? We are always on the lookout for good photogs!

    Best Culinary Regards,
    MeatWorks Team.

  3. @MeatWorks Team I am definitely going back there again for my meat fix. Hopefully the brontosaurus will be available then :)

    And thanks for the compliment, those shots were taken by me :)

  4. Great! my recommendation is to book slightly a few days in advance (advisable not on Saturday night) on http://www.meatworks.com.my and in the Comments section to state how many brontos for your table. We bring in our products fresh from the farm, and as you can tell the Bronto is a special cut meant only for MeatWorks resto! so quite limited. I hope you enjoy.. Have a good weekend ahead :)

    MW

  5. My trip to meatworks was probably the most disasterous experience ever. Food was awful and service was even worse. I’m waiting for their reply online

  6. @Meatworks Restaurant ahh noted. will try to book in advance

    @Colin sorry to hear that. time to shoot them an email to the address they gave above..

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