Vegetarian fare might be commonplace, but Peace Bliss makes a happy impression with a sweeping menu that spans everything from thosai to tom yam to tortillas.
Nasi lemak (RM10), not bad; the mock beef rendang & faux anchovies taste respectively as succulent & crispy-savory (well, almost) as the real McCoys.
"Chicken" satay (RM8), full of fleshy smokiness. Even better: the sweet peanut sauce.
The thick (but dry) patty for Peace Bliss' veggie burger (RM10) comprises a mix of mushrooms, oats & more. A little less pleasure, but a lot less guilt.
Eggless ice cream cake (RM8.90). Could be creamier; might satisfy some, but won't be beloved by others. Places like Peace Bliss can be polarizing.
No booze here, but masala tea & lassi will likely complement everything eaten.
Must have liquor? Take a two-minute walk to D'Haven, one of Telawi's not-too-busy outlets.
D'Haven has cocktails aplenty, cheap at RM20 but not awesomely potent.
6, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Formerly Planter Jim's.
Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar ,Kuala Lumpur.