Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Lapan Wellness Cafe, Petaling Jaya

Healthy vegan fare is Lapan's number one priority, with meticulously wholesome, minimally processed offerings inspired by both East and West. The extensive selection includes brown rice bee hoon flavoured with two-year unpasteurised barley miso (RM19), teriyaki-tinged tempeh burgers with soy mayo (RM13) and soups of the day that might include broccoli broth sharpened with nuances of chayote and ginger, channeling homemade soulfulness (RM8). Beverages span orzo barley lattes prepared with organic coffee, medicinal kukicha twig tea, and zesty green tea kombucha; on selected afternoons, the tea counter is open to serve special brews. The space has been conscientiously created, with decor partly crafted from recycled material and furnishings repurposed from other businesses.

Lapan Wellness Cafe
621, Jalan 17/8, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Daily, 11am-8pm. Tel: 03-7948-0095

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4 comments:

  1. Your first pic looks like a dead giveaway that this is a healthy joint...coz I see old-er people (not youngsters) manning the cafe....kekeke! ;D I sometimes wonder why vegan food is comparatively expensive when no meat is involved! >.<

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    1. Contact.ewew: I guess the production process is costlier sometimes for vegetables cultivated through organic, small-batch harvests - compared to mass-produced factory chicken :)

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  2. Brown rice bihun! That would be gluten-free. Not too sure if tempeh is or not but the bun is definitely a no-no.

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    1. Suituapui: oh yes, this could be the place for gluten-free gluttony! :)

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