Yay to the first authentic Thai eatery outside of Thailand, in fact I have yet to dine at a full vegetarian in Thailand, so do let me know if you know of any good ones!
Peace Harmony is a Thai vegetarian eatery located in the heart of Sydney's CBD. They are open for lunch and dinner, so head on over if you are in town! However, they do get very busy, so reservations are highly recommended!
Green Curry - a bit too coconut milky and a bit too sweet. I think most Malaysians prefer their curry to be more spicy and not sweet.
Soy Fish - this dish is made perfect by the sweet and sour sauce that comes with it.
Pad Prik Khing. We loved this dish. It was spicy and yet not overly creamy / oily. Best companion for a bowl of warm rice!
Address: 44 Erskine Street Sydney NSW
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posted on: Monday, February 20, 2012 @ 1:53 AM
I like it when chefs go natural when it comes to vegetarian. I hate it when they try to imitate all the "meat" dishes out there, it's like telling everyone, we vegetarians don't have anything to eat, so we have to "imitate" meat, which is simply not true!!! Now, this is what I call all natural sushi! :)
Vegetable sushi - looks crunchy! :)
pic source: shizuokagourmet
posted on: Sunday, February 19, 2012 @ 1:26 AM
Vegetarianism on the rise as people become aware of health and environmental rationale for eating less meat
By Jessica Lim @ Straits Times
A vegetarian? 'Oh, are you a Buddhist or a Hindu?' That was a typical exchange in the 1990s when Dr George Jacobs, 59, president of the Vegetarian Society, told people he was vegetarian.
But that mindset is slowly changing, he said.
'More people have become aware of the health and environmental rationale for eating less or no meat,' said the university lecturer.
The questions he now gets are different too. 'Times have changed. Today's vegetarianism is not our parents' vegetarianism.'
Compassionate Vegetarian: Vegetarianism is not a religion, it is a lifestyle and compassion for animals.
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