Another nice option for vegetarian that stay nearby Mahkota Cheras, the 養聖齋 Yang Sheng Vegetarian. Went for a try, we spotted numbers of selection in the menu are Taiwanese style especially their mini steamboat set (药膳火锅).
The location is within the Mahkota Cheras town area, walking distance from Jusco (Aeon) and nearby Bike Corner Cycle Trading.
I give a rating of 9.2/10, with their friendly price and tasty taiwanese traditional foods. In addition, boiled water are free to take over here. Restaurant information as below,
Good news to vege lovers, there is a vegetarian option in KLIA2 now, Be Lohas Healthy Cuisine Organic Cafe by BMS Organics. Saw it on days before while waiting for girlfriend to arrive and decided to have a try on this new branch.
The store (at right) also selling BMS product instead of just offering foods. You can find Be Lohas nearby Air Asia office at level 2.
Locate just above arrival hall walkway, a good view spot where you can dine and wait for your guest to arrive.
Image above is part of the menu, price is about 30% – 40% more compare to branch in other area due to expensive rental in KLIA2. You can observe the price difference of Five Colours High Energy Lei Cha (五色生机擂茶) on the menu above with this post.
BMS Organics (思源) Balakong (same row as Subaru, Mazda and Peugeot) is one of the shop that often visited by me and family. The cafe that attached to the shop, Be Lohas is also one of my favourite place to dine in. Be Lohas is an organic cafe by BMS Organics, where LOHAS stands for “Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability”.
Ground floor of the shop are used to display their products with few dining tables and chairs available. However, i find first floor is a more suitable place to enjoy your food as there will be customers walking in and our at ground floor.
Vegetarian Bak Kut Teh with rice (药材素肉茶配饭), extremely delicious that i recommend to try on if you like the taste of chinese medicine (药材味), RM 18.90.
Five Colours High Energy Lei Cha (五色生机擂茶) RM 18.90, one of their famous dish. I find the tea might be too dense for this round, added in some water to make it smoother. An overall rating of 8.5/10, more information as below,
Been passing by this cafe for uncounted time in Sungai Long but yet to try it out, so i brought my partner there for a weekend lunch.
Environment decorated with Asian and a little home theme where you will spot pictures of the young owner here and there. The cafe equipped with aircond and fans that helps in such hot weather, free Wi-Fi is available here and you will be listening to mid 90′s music playlist.
By the title of the cafe, i thought they are serving more towards western dishes. Although they do offer mille crepe and small amount of western menu, but their real signatures are Malaysian favourites such as Mee Jawa, Pan Mee, Assam Laksa, Mee Rebus and Nasi Lemak.
We ordered Clay-pot Lou See Fun (瓦褒老鼠粉) RM 7.50 and Pan Mee Soup (清汤板面)RM 7.50. Unable to order Mille crepe RM 12.90 for this round as we are already full because of bigger portion they served. With the price and portion, seems like they are offering budget friendly menu by considering UTAR student as one of their main customer.
I give a rating of 6.5/10, food are above average by considering the price, there are few touch up can be done to improve dining experience for customer. Cafe information as below,