Sunday, May 1, 2016

Grains & Beans @ Kota Kemuning

Grains & Beans offers what its name promises, with bountiful sacks of rice spread across this venue, including local varieties like Sarawak's Bario & Kelantan's Red. If you need a wholesome snack while browsing, order a bowl of organic adzuki beans, paired with tartary buckwheat tea.

Grains & Beans Trading
14, Block 3-10-1, Persiaran Anggerik Vanilla, Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam. Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm. Tel: 03-5879-7027

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  1. Did you buy the Bario rice? From the Sarawak highlands. So very nice...but I hear people say that it is not so healthy, starchier than most.

    1. Suituapui: ooo, nope, i didn't buy the rice here, but i actually have been to bario personally and eaten the rice there. it had a nice sort of stick to it ;)