|Penang Vegetarian Restaurant | Green Garden @ Bayan Baru|
|Tuesday, 09 October 2012 00:00|
Penang Vegetarian RestaurantWhen it comes to healthy food, everyone has a role to play. Nevertheless, in reality it is not easy to practice particularly folks that are living in Penang - the heaven of hawker delights! The first step is always tough but once you have found a healthy eatery, you'd stick to it for a long time.
For those health conscious food lovers, here is the haven for food. From Assam Laksa, Tom yum, Curry Noodles, Loh Mee to Jawa Mee, Green Garden is a sophisticated vegetarian restaurant in Sunway Tunas Bayan Baru in Penang. Humble facade, coupled with contemporary interior, this Penang vegetarian restaurant is a clean and cozy place to savor creative vegetarian cuisine. Combining all kind of fresh vegetables, of various colors, and parts, you'll be spoilt for choices. We found out that their staff have more than 20 years of experience in F&B industry.
Unlike the traditional vegetarian restaurants that offers an overwhelmed variety of processed food such as duck, prawn, chicken and fish, Green Garden works mainly with fresh vegetables, beans, lentils, fruits and original ingredients, without fooling our mind for meat or seafood.
So, what's great on the menu in this Penang vegetarian restaurant? Set meals primarily served with brown rice, two side dishes and fruits/jelly. Catering for all walks of life, Green Garden also features children's set meals and a handful variety of porridge for toddlers and above.
A dish that surely stimulates your palette as well as your sight and smell senses are Penang's Assam Laksa! Cooked from plenty of spices, this dish is worth trying if you love a broth with combination of spicy and tangy. Served with smooth, rod alike rice noodles, it comes with fresh lettuce, cucumber, bunga kantan (torch ginger bud) and mint leaves.
Some other Penang hawker delights that made it on Green Garden's menu includes Jawa Mee (fried and soup), Green Curry Noodles, Red Curry Noodles, Loh Mee. And healthy ramen from organic variety. For appetizers, they features a handful of salad in the bowl variety, fruits spring roll, traditional spring roll and deep fried spring rolls, plus Nyonya style desserts such as bubur cha cha.
Expect a neat and contemporary restaurant that will not fail to impress you, your family and friends. Staff are friendly and service is prompt in addition to wholesome food, these are good reasons to see the same faces returning for more. Price for a decent serving per person starts from RM7+ and the figure you see on the menu is all you have to pay.
|Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2012 01:49|
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