You know what KFC is without the chicken? Just KF. …. Okay lame. In all seriousness, woke up today and KFC’s icon on Facebook had turned green. Malaysians being Malaysians, there were many ‘mak kau hijau’ and ‘bila masa KFC dah join PAS ni?’ jokes. But it’s actually in conjunction with the launch of KFC’s new Zero Chicken Burger, a ‘chicken’ burger that – you … Continue reading KFC Malaysia Released A “Zero Chicken Burger” – But It’s Not Vegan / Vegetarian-Friendly
A couple of years ago, hipsters in the West sang praises about the “Impossible Burger” – a burger with meat patties made from plant-based ingredients. They supposedly tasted ‘just like the real thing’. While I’ve never tasted this impossible burger, I didn’t quite understand what the hullabaloo was all about. We’ve had mock meat in Chinese cuisine for ages (tofu-based/mushroom-based items made into ‘chicken’, ‘fish’, … Continue reading Vegetarian Food in Puchong: Pure Heart Vegetarian Restaurant, Bandar Puteri
Celebrations almost never stop in multicultural Malaysia, where you have some sort of festival every other month. Now that the (Western) New Year has passed, it’s time to gear up for the next – Chinese New Year, which falls on January 25. Celebrate the reunion dinner differently this year with a vegan or vegetarian meal at the Chin Swee Vegetarian Cuisine Restaurant in Genting Highlands. … Continue reading Chinese New Year Promotion @ Chin Swee Vegetarian Cuisine Restaurant, Genting Highlands
There are no shortage of vegetarian restaurants in and around Puchong, and one of these is Loving Hut, tucked in a corner shoplot in Bandar Puteri. The resto has a nice ambience, is air conditioned and offers a wide selection of vegetarian cuisine, whether its dishes made from mock meat, rice, noodles and even some Western items like spaghetti. Cosy, white-themed interior. There is a small … Continue reading Review: Loving Hut Vegetarian Restaurant, Bandar Puteri Puchong
I’ll be honest with you: I don’t like vegetables. As a kid, the only reason I ever managed to eat my greens was because the Moomikins forced me to. When I lived outside in my college years, I sustained myself on a diet of potato chips, baked chipolatas and bacon from Tesco (they were super cheap in the UK, where I used to study). The only … Continue reading Review: VLite Cafe, Bandar Puteri – Healthy + Tasty Vegetarian Food in Puchong !
One of the best places for cheap and tasty vegetarian food in Puchong is at this place called Mushroom Culture in Bandar Puteri. I guess many Puchong-ites agree, judging from how packed it is on weekends and religious dates! Located in the center of a busy commercial district, the resto is no-frills – stuffed to the brim with wooden chairs and tables to accommodate more guests. … Continue reading Tasty Vegetarian Food @ Mushroom Culture, Bandar Puteri Puchong
The Malaysian economy isn’t doing very well right now, and doesn’t seem like it’s going to improve… whenever. So aside from working harder to earn more money, we have to tighten our belts to deal with rising costs, a depreciating currency, etc etc. But how do we do that, when even a simple mixed rice from the hawker stall costs at least RM5 these days? … Continue reading Lunch for Just RM2.50 in Balakong, Seri Kembangan