Thursday, October 11, 2018

Good Meals, Bangsar South

Vegan dim sum? Good Meals offers Oriental cuisine with resourcefully wholesome flourishes.

If you're seeking a creative selection, Good Meals should hit the spot. 

Yeast-free sourdough buns are stuffed with millet cream fillings in flavours like Earl Grey, sweet potatoes and savoury vegetables (RM18 for three pieces); pumpkin, carrots and rice flour are steamed into rice cakes, pan-fried and topped with seasoned turnips and coriander (RM18); handmade dumplings of glutinous rice and tapioca flour are packed with chayote and shiitake (RM12 for four pieces); beetroot, sweet corn and cashews are slow-boiled into a soup with kombu sticks (RM20); organic mulukhiyah leaves are stir-fried with ginger and naturally fermented soy sauce (RM18); and steaming-hot soy milk is infused with turmeric and star anise, splashed with coconut oil (RM21).

Through it all, flavours and textures remain enjoyable, a testament to the tried-and-tested experience of the team here (which operates Mont Kiara's Real Food vegetarian cafe-grocer with a different menu).

Good Meals
Unit 1-6, The Sphere, 1 Avenue, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur. 
Daily, 1130am-10pm (last orders at 830pm). Tel: +603-27429557


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8 comments:

  1. Not into anything beetroot, not used to the colour. The soy milk looks thick and nice!

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, i love beetroot - i could happily have beetroot every week - and soy milk too! :D

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  2. Somehow the place looks familiar to me....or is it the wall of plants that I've seen elsewhere? ;) What are Mulukhiyah leaves? They look like baby white bok choy to me...hihihi. :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: the vertical garden decor is quite popular nowadays! but i think it's quite fitting for a vegetarian restaurant :D haha, i think they're exactly that! :D

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  3. They do make vegetarian food very interesting!

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    1. Phong Hong: interesting and tasty too! :)

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  4. Definitely an adventurous attempt to make vegetarian Dim Sum as we know most of the Dim Sum items are made from meat and seafood.

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    1. Choi Yen: ya, it's quite unusual to see a dim sum menu without any meat or seafood! :D

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