Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Loving Hut Cafe, Kota Damansara

Sick of eating meat, meat and more meat? Well, that was me anyways.
And no, dont want to just have plain old salad?
What about chinese vegetarian instead?

What comes to mind immediately would be chinese vegetarian ala 'chap farn' (mixed rice) or pricey vegetarian restaurants, which with those price, you'd rather eat meat, right? :p

Fret not, Loving Hut seems to fit in nicely..with it's cafe concept and serving some healthy 'fast food' alternatives.

Loving Hut is a simple cafe, which we stumbled upon recently.

A quick glance at the menu may not give us a feel of a vegetarian restaurant- there's a selection of asian ala carte dishes (noodles, rice, snacks) and western food (burgers, chops, salads, finger food). But upon closer inspection of the menu (pictures), yes, we realised these are definitely vegetarian.

We placed our order..and while waiting for our lunch, we were reminded that many Hollywood honchos are vegetarians and vegans too. Ahh, conscious effort to get us to join the stars?

I was starving and went straight for the Basil Delight Rice set(RM10.90).

Served with brown rice, vegetables and corn soup (which was delish, by the way)..here's the 'basil delight'..Justify Full

Looks suspiciously like stir fried beef slices with basil, I can guarantee you that this is definitely vegetarian. The 'meat' is soy based, wonderfully prepared to have a slight crisp skin and coated with sticky, sweetish basil infused sauce. Went perfectly with the rice.


WF on the other hand, opted for Chao Zhou Rice Noodle soup (RM7.80).

Prepared Teochew style with preserved vegetables, beancurd, taufoo, seaweed, mock fish slices, this was more mild in taste compared to the Basil Rice set.


I ended my meal with a hot cup of Green Tea Latte..

While I was satisfied with my meal, WF still felt "empty"- quite a common behaviour amongst my friends who avoids vegetarian. To them, vegetarian meal just cant fill as much as meat.

What do you think?

Loving Hut Cafe is located at 19 Jalan PJU 5/6, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, PJ, Selangor.

Labels: , , , , ,

4 Comments:

Anonymous Maria said...

woah!the foods looks so delish!and than green tea looks perfect!

05 May, 2011  
Blogger Christy said...

Food looks quite nice and decent :)
I am a fan of vegetarian food too!~ ;)

05 May, 2011  
Anonymous JoinMe said...

Hi CHARDONNAY,
Kindly be informed that this post has been reprinted on JoinMe.com.my, thanks.

13 June, 2011  
Anonymous Kota Damansara said...

The Chao Zhou Rice Noodle soup is actually quite nice, although i am a teochew-nese myself and the taste is actually slightly different from my kampung one, but overall is still OK.

19 July, 2011  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home