Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Vegetarian Lunch in Petaling Street, Malaysia

I was in this Buddhist bookstore cum café called 白云书房 in Petaling Street 2 weeks ago. It was a very serene place in the heart of messy China town. A well designed theme of nature with wood furniture and a spacious hall with plenty of books at one part of the café. The café served only vegetarian food. It has “all you can eat buffet” on the first and 15th of the month in lunar calendar. Otherwise, a plate of standard vegetarian with three dishes, fragrant brown rice and a soup cost RM7. Service is okay, the counter girl wasn’t very friendly as I expected of most typical Buddhist. I recon, it would help a lot if she smiles more.

They claim that food is organic, less salt and NO MSG. If you are interested, go to Petaling Street where Purple Cane teahouse is. They are situated on 2nd floor at a row of shop houses behind Purple Cane teahouse’s building.

Address: No.6 2nd Floor Jalan Panggong Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan 50000, Malaysia

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