Since Arena Curve near Olive Tree Hotel imposed paid parking system, cheapskates like us seldom visit this new commercial building in Bayan Baru. Still you can park your vehicle outside the private compound for free. Fortunately, Vege Delight (GPS: 5.32601,100.28006) in Arena Curve is located just opposite of Arang Coffee and we walked our way to this new restaurant one evening for some “Choo Char” dishes in vegetarian way.
Once again, it is another year of Nine Emperor Gods Festival. The festival starts from the first day of ninth lunar month and ends on the ninth day of the same lunar month. During these nine days, you will notice many yellow tents at the roadside. Today, we bring you to one of the yellow tents in Batu Lanchang, Penang…
Jawa Mee for RM2? Yes, this was the promotion item by 一棵树 Vegetarian Kitchen in conjunction with its opening recently. More important, it tasted as good as those non-vegetarian version. We particularly liked the silky smooth sweet and sour gravy made of sweet potato and tomatoes.
Whole spring chicken marinated with rosemary oil and Balsimic vinegar – a premium Italy vinegar made from white grape juice. According to the chef, chicken and balsamic vinegar is the perfect combination because the vinegar flavors suits the method in making sauces and is perfect as marinade for a chicken dish. This Chicken Rosmarino (RM58) was just one of the main dishes we sampled at the new Hotel Jen Penang, George Town, Penang.
Seed Natural Food Cafe is one of a healthy food cafes in Penang island and is previously located at Nagore Road, Penang. Unfortunately, its previous working hour was only until 6pm and closed on Sunday. As a normal shift worker, we were unable to visit it. Fortunately, its new outlet at Abu Siti Lane brought us some good news.
Our first visit to Coya Healthy Cuisine at Lorong Selamat was back in January 2014 and were pleased with their healthy cuisine promising three things: 1) Freshly prepared food, 2) No gluten vegetarian product, 3) No added MSG and preservative. Recently, they released a new menu and we revisited it again.
After two years, it is time to go back to Idealite for another round of invited review, especially when their Bak Kut Teh (RM13.70) was in the list of Top 5 Bak Kut Teh in Penang recently, and was the only vegetarian Bak Kut Teh in the list. The Bak Kut Teh is cooked with more than 10 varieties of herbs and is sweet, light, and not greasy compared to non-veg version.
Devil Egg 魔鬼蛋 (Rm 4.90 for 3; Rm 7.90 for 6) – extremely spicy. Available in Coya 古雅料理 – a healthy cuisine restaurant at Lorong Selamat. How can a devil food appears in holy healthy cuisine restaurant is still a question.
Finally, a vegetarian Hor Fun (a.k.a 旅人河粉 J2L Hor Fun @ RM8.90) with Wok Hey (elusive flavour from hot and seasoned wok) . Moreover, it was topped with organic vegetables. This is just one of the specialities from low-profile vegetarian restaurant at Queensbay Penang – 旅人 Journey2Life.