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Forever Green Restaurant
This restaurant is like a small foodcourt as it serves all types of food. For Chinese, they have all rice, noodles and different Chinese dishes. For Japanese, there is a full set with rice, miso soup with vegetables and vegetarian meat, nasi lemak under Malay variety and for Indian, they have all sorts of different rotis like roti canai etc and Indian fried mee. This vegetarian pan mee has got generous servings of char siew, tofu, vegetarian ikan bilis and green mustards and is reasonably priced at RM5 only. Nasi lemak is only Rm1.50 per packet.
Vegetarain Pan Mee
Nasi Lemak
Name: Forever Green Restaurant
Address: No. 13 Jalan PJS 11/28B, Bandar Sunway 46150, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 603-5631 3557
Opening Hours: 11am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 11pm

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posted on: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 @ 7:30 AM

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Auburgine with olives and onions
Olives are concentrated in monounsaturated fats and a good source of vitamin E. In addition to vitamin E, olives contain avariety of beneficial active phytonutrient compounds including polyphenols and flavonoids, which also appear to have significant anti-inflammatory properties.
Vitamin E is the body's primary fat-soluble antioxidant. It goes after and directly neutralizes free radicals in all the fat-rich areas of the body. Free radical damage can lead to numerous ailments. For example, when free radicals cause the oxidation of cholesterol, the oxidized cholesterol damages blood vessels and builds up in arteries, and can eventually lead to heart attack or stroke. So, by preventing the oxidation of cholesterol, the nutrients in olives help to prevent heart disease.

Ingredients:
1 medium size aubergine (cut into long strips)
10 pcs pickled olives (sliced)
1 big onion
A little olive oil
Method:
1. Fry onions in a little oil
2. Add in aubergine and fry for 2 minutes
3. Lastly add in sliced olives and a little salt

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posted on: Sunday, June 28, 2009 @ 12:38 AM

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Homemade Italian Pizza
It was a great honor to be invited to Uncle Silvio's house for a genuine Italian pizza feast. The pizzas we ate were made from scratch and we are tremendously lucky to be able to witness the pizza making process. The wait was quite long though, as the preparation of the ingredients was quite time consuming, but the end product was definitely worth the wait. The cheese was able to stretch until the "ceiling" exactly like the pizza hut ads (though it's never the case when we visit pizza hut). Thanks for the wonderful experience Uncle Silvio and Aunty Mei.

Ingredients:
Dough:
Plain Flour
Salt
Yeast
Warm water

Pizza:
Tomato Paste
Capsicum
Eggplant
Tomato
Zucchini
Garlic
Onions
Mushrooms
fresh mozzarella cheese

Steps:
1. mix a packet of instant yeast with warm water
2. add to dough mixture in a mixer
3. mix until even, adding flour bit by bit until the texture below is obtained. Leave to rise.

4. saute the pizza toppings (until cooked)
5. Pat the dough flat on a pizza platter.
6. Remember to poke little holes in the dough with a fork.
7. Add the toppings! (tip: add tomato paste first, followed by mozzarella cheese, then the toppings)
and VOILA!

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posted on: Saturday, June 27, 2009 @ 4:57 AM

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Nyonya Colors
This place is always quite crowded as there is a good variety of food served here. They have many different types of nyonya kueh and a few types of sweet soups like black glutinous rice, bubur cha cha, wheat (gandum) and red bean. You can also request for vegetarian chee cheong fun. Otherwise, you can go for ice kacang or just toast with kopi/teh.

Nyonya kueh
Black Glutinous Rice soup
Address: F65,1st Floor,One Utama Shopping Centre (Old Wing),PJ,Malaysia
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm

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posted on: Friday, June 26, 2009 @ 1:32 AM

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Pan fried tofu with basil leaves
It is not advisable to go to sleep on a full stomach as it is unhealthy and bad for a diet. So is there anything that can be eaten about an hour before sleep that won't jeopardize a diet and won't be unhealthy? Here is a really simple and easy to prepare dish which is nutritious and fragrant and that way you are not hungry going to bed and you won't feel bloated! Basil leaves can be grown easily in a flower pot.

Ingredients:
A few sprigs of basil leaves
A pc of tofu (cut into squares)
Method:
1. Fry tofu in a non stick pan without oil
2. Serve with washed basil leaves and a little Lingam chilli sauce

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posted on: Thursday, June 25, 2009 @ 12:02 AM

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Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin
In terms of convenience, taste and price, Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin is still the best place to go as normally you need not have to drive around looking for a good spot to park your car as you can usually find one just infront or not far away from the shop. Choice of my dishes today are delicious except that I find the 'Mui Choy' in the 'Mui choy kow yook' rather salty. However, if you accompany it with rice then the taste should be alright.

Dry Spinach Steam Ribs
(Mui Choy Kow Yook)
Golden Bean Curd
(Sing Gua Tofu)
Fried Vegetables with Ginger
(Fu yue Yow Muk)
Name: Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin
Location: 1084, Jln 17/29, Happy Garden, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Telephone: 6-03-7957 4528
Opening Hours: Daily (Open 11am - 10pm)

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posted on: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 @ 3:05 AM

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Snow fungus with packham pear and red dates
Cannot afford to have bird's nest everyday? Do not feel bad because here is a recipe that will still provide you with all the essence you are looking for in a bird's nest soup. Long known for its ability to rejuvenate one's complexion, snow fungus is a popular dessert for Chinese women. By adding red dates to this healthy dessert helps improve blood circulation and strengthen the heart and lungs. Pear is also a very rejuvenating fruit when boiled. Adding red dates and pear gives a natural sweetness to the snow fungus soup thus decreasing the need to add sugar.

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posted on: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 @ 12:07 AM

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Watercress soup with honey and red dates
Hot and hazy days are here and a big bunch of watercress boiled with honey and red dates in a crock pot will help to quench parched throats. Pluck the leaves from the stems to be fried separately to make another dish for lunch.

Watercress is brimming with over 15 vitamins and minerals, gram for gram containing more vitamin C than oranges, more calcium than milk and more iron than spinach. Research is also highlighting its role in the fight against cancer. The results of a new study being conducted by the University of Southampton into watercress’s potential ability to suppress breast cancer cell development are due to be announced later this year.

Watercress soup
Watercress leaves to be fried

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posted on: Sunday, June 21, 2009 @ 8:03 PM

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Suan Pan Zi (Hakka Yam Abacus)
Found a stall in the market selling ready made 'suan pan zi'. Bought a packet and some other ingredients to go with it. The taste is alright but I just found out from a friend that 'suan pan zi' is very easy to make. So next time will make my own and I am sure the taste will be even better.
Ingredients:
1 packet 'suan pan zi'
1 big pc black fungus (cut into long strips)
1 pc tofu (cut into small cubes)
1 spring onion (chopped)
2 tsp toon sprout sauce
A little olive oil and chopped ginger
Method:
1. Pan fry tofu pcs in a non stick pan
2. Fry chopped ginger in a little olive oil
3. Add in black fungus strips and fry until soft
4. Add in 'suan pan zi' and fry for 2 minutes
5. Add in tofu pcs and fry for 1 minute
6. Add in 2 tsp of toon sprout sauce
7. Finally add in chopped spring onions

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posted on: Saturday, June 20, 2009 @ 12:18 AM

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Meng Tuck Health Food Centre
Hawker food served in a restaurant-standard shoplot. Lots of choices. 3 dishes for only $2.80.

Name: Meng Tuck Health Food Center
Location: SS2/6 (near Chow Yang), Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Taste = ***
Atmosphere = **
Service = ***
Price = $
Location = rather inconvenient for tourists
How to get there = Hop onto a bus that takes you to "Chow Yang" SS2. It is located on the same row as "Lim Mee Yoke" (ex-Chow Yang)






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posted on: Thursday, June 18, 2009 @ 9:05 AM

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Fortune Land Vegetarian Restaurant (RM2)
Yet another new RM 2 shop has opened and it is conveniently located in Taman Kok Lian at Jalan Ipoh. The concept is the same as with all the other RM2 shops. All rice and soup noodles are priced at RM2 each.
Kuey Teow Clear Soup
Vegetarian Nasi Lemak
Name: Fortune Land Vegetarian Restaurant
Location: No. 35 Jalan Ipoh, Taman Kok Lian, 52100 Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours: Daily from 8am to 9pm

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posted on: 12:01 AM

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Ladies Fingers and capsicum with black fungus
Ladies Fingers and capsicum with black fungus
Ingredients:
Ladies Fingers, capsicum and black mushrooms cut into bite sized pcs
Ginger strips
Miso to taste

Method:
1. Fry ginger strips in some olive oil
2. Fry the black mushrooms first
3. Add in ladies fingers and then capsicum
4. Simmer all for one minute
5. After flame has been turned off, add in miso to taste

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posted on: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 @ 3:17 AM

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Vegetarian food stall - Section 17, Petaling Jaya
This vegetarian food stall is at a corner coffee shop which is on the same row with Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin in Section 17 Petaling Jaya. They offer a variety of dishes including some fried noodles and meehoon. It is self service and you get to dish out your own choice of food.


3 dishes - RM 3.80
4 dishes - RM 4.50
Name: Vegetarian food stall, Section 17, Petaling Jaya
Location: No. 1072 Jln 17/29, Happy Garden, Petaling Jaya, Selangor (Front corner stall of Hong Seng Kedai Kopi)

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posted on: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 @ 12:03 AM

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Ming Tuck

Just want to have a quick and simple meal? Ming Tuck vegetarian has got readily packed nasi lemak which is quite tasty. The vegetarian chicken curry with potatoes served with santan rice and cucumber can offer as a breakfast meal or a quick fix for lunch if you are in a real hurry.

Vegetarian Nasi lemak - RM 2.50

Name: Ming Tuck
Location: SS2/6 (near Chow Yang), Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

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posted on: Monday, June 15, 2009 @ 12:09 AM

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Natural Healthy Food Vegetarian Restaurant
Had opportunity to talk to the restaurant owner's wife, Ms Lim who informed that they practise less oil, less salt, less sugar, no MSG in their cooking. Ozonated water is used to wash all their fruits and vegetables. Rice is cooked with a piece of organic charcoal which can absorb chlorine and pesticide residue in water. Her husband is the chef and according to her, he is particular to cook his dishes fresh and all sauces and paste used are all specially made by him. So all who visit this restaurant can really be assured that food served are delicious and healthy.

Vietnam Taufu - RM 9
Brown Rice - RM 1.50
Mango Fish - RM 9
Name: Natural Healthy Food Vegetarian Restaurant
Location: 82, Jalan SS21/39 Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Taste = ****
Atmosphere = ***
Service = ***
Price = $$$

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posted on: Sunday, June 14, 2009 @ 8:09 AM

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Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin
Not in the mood to cook? Call up the restaurant and get them to prepare a take away lunch box. Sometimes for a change from the usual vegetable dishes, you just want to have something different. The 'char siew' here is almost like the real thing and taste really nice only a little bit too sweet.
'Char Siew' rice - RM 6
Name: Restoran Sayur-sayuran Kuan Yin
Location: 1084, Jln 17/29, Happy Garden, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Telephone: 6-03-7957 4528
Opening Hours: Daily (Open 11am - 10pm)

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posted on: Saturday, June 13, 2009 @ 2:00 AM

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Walnut, cranberry, carrot cake
Looking for a recipe without the guilt of butter or margerine look no further, here's a recipe that would please the health freaks.
A single carrot will supply all your vitamin A needs for the whole day. Research has also shown that this vegetable has a protective effect against ultraviolet light. Chinese medical practitioners recommend eating carrots to give your liver more energy.
Walnuts are one of the best plant sources of protein. They are rich in fiber, B vitamins, magnesium, and antioxidants such as Vitamin E. Walnuts, in particular, have significantly higher amounts of omega 3 fatty acids as compared to other nuts.Walnut has been demonstrated as a part of heart-healthy diet, it has been shown to lower the blood cholesterol levers in a few human trials and can also help ward off health problems like ulcer and gum problems.
Although most of us only know that cranberries are good for urinary tract infection, studies have also shownthat there are other benefits of this humble fruit.

Ingredients:
1 cup walnuts and cranberries (soaked in rum)
1 cup grated carrot
185ml of olive oil
225 gm flour
200 gm sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder

Method:
Mix well all the above ingredients and spoon into a baking tray and bake in 180C for 45 minutes

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posted on: Thursday, June 11, 2009 @ 11:45 PM

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Vege chicken with black fungus and golden needles
This is an extremely simple dish to prepare. It is very delicious and just this dish alone is enough to go with some rice for one or two persons as there is vegetarian 'chicken meat', golden needles for vegetables and some black fungus for good blood circulation and lastly a small teaspoonful of gei ji to improve the eyesightIngredients:
A small bowl of vegetarian chicken meat
1 big pc of black fungus (tear into small pieces)
1 small bunch of dried golden needles (soaked and trim off the hard end)
1 tesspoonful of gei ji
A little vegetarian oyster sauce and pepper to taste
A few slcies of ginger and some sesame oil

Method:
1. Fry ginger slices with a little sesame oil
2. Add in black fungus pieces and fry for one minute
3. Add in golden needles and toss for half a minute
4. Add in half a bowl of water and let simmer for 2 minutes
5. Add in vegetarian chicken meat and gei ji and simmer for another minute
6. Lastly add in oyster sauce and pepper to taste

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posted on: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 @ 9:50 PM

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Teachings : The Cow That Shed Tears
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posted on: Tuesday, June 9, 2009 @ 9:20 PM

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Yishensu - A Vegetarian Connoisseur
Yishensu has many rice set which comes together with a soup of the day and a drink of your choice. My choice of Ginger Chicken rice set today came with fun kot soup and I have chosen green tea for my drink. Rice sets are priced at RM 10.80 and there are many different sets to choose from. Promotion of rice sets are available from 11am to 3pm
Ginger chicken rice set
Name: Yishensu-A Vegetarian Connoisseur
Location: Lot G207 (Old Wing) 1Utama Shopping Mall, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7729 4313
Taste = ****
Atmosphere = ****
Service = ***
Price = $$$

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posted on: Monday, June 8, 2009 @ 6:40 AM

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Station 1 Cafe
Good venue to call for a gathering with friends as the place is not too crowded and with a cosy corner, you can talk loudly (tend to be that when you have a big crowd and all got to raise their voice to make each other be heard), laugh and make a lot of noise. Only that on hot afternoons these days, with just celing fans and weak air-conditioning, it is not so comfortable for people who cannot take the heat.

Chocolate Milk Shake - RM 7.50
Peach Tea - RM 5.50
Brewed Coffee - RM 3.90
Hot White Coffee - RM 3.50
Name: Station 1 Cafe
Location: 39&41-LG2, Block C Jaya One, 72A Jalan University, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7960 0139
Taste = ***
Atmosphere = ***
Service = ***
Price = $$$

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posted on: Saturday, June 6, 2009 @ 4:26 AM

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Kechara Oasis
You can be right at the door-step of this restaurant if you park your car at Basement 1 (B1). They have different set menu for everyday of the week except for Sunday. We ordered the Saturday Set Menu C which was priced at RM168.00 and is inclusive of a pot of Chinese tea and soup of the day. The Butter Mushrooms was really crispy and tasty so we ordered a second plate but when we got the bill we were shocked to find that it was really very expensive at RM48.00 for that few pieces of abalone mushrooms. The other dishes were just very ordinary and the deep fried fish was quite cold when it was served to us.

Crispy Duck
Deep Fried Fish
Curry Vegetable
Tofu with Mince Meat
Vegetable
Butter Mushrooms
Name: Kechara Oasis
Location: Unit 19 -LG1, Level B1 Block D Jaya One, 72A Jalan University, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7968 1818
Taste = ***
Atmosphere = ***
Service = ***
Price = $$$$

Kechara serves Chinese, Tibetan, Vietnamese and Western food.

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posted on: 3:52 AM

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Han Lim Vegetarian Food
There is no vegetarian restaurant in Mid Valley Mega Mall or The Gardens but fortunately one can still be able to find vegetarian food at the Food Junction. There is a wide variety of food even though they just occupy just one stall. Rice with different vegetable dishes and fried or soupy noodles/meehoon are being offered at reasonable prices. Taste of rice dishes or soup noodles are all very delicious

Check out prices of food
All the different dishes for the day

Name: Han Lim Vegetarian Food
Location: Stall No. 13, Food Junction, 3rd Fl Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur
Taste = ***
Atmosphere = ***
Service = Self service
Price = $$$

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posted on: Friday, June 5, 2009 @ 1:37 AM

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