2 Go vegetarian
This was the year where everyone went #woke. With everything that’s happened in the past year, from Trump to Brexit, more and more people have become more socially conscious. In 2018, become more socially conscious by becoming vegetarian or vegan. Not is it only good for the environment, it’s great for your body too. And no excuses that it’s tough being a vegetarian in KL. We’ve seen a number of vegetarian, if not vegetarian-friendly, restaurants opening all over the city – places like Goodness Greens Café and their delicious Nasi Lemak Wrap spring to mind. If you’re looking for veganve Mexican food look no further than Salary one of their burritos. If these places seem too upscale for you, don’t forget that most banana leaf establishments are also vegetarian friendly.
àGoodness Greens Café, 32 Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, KL (03 7732 0235/fb.com/goodnessgreenscafe). Daily, 8am-10pm. Sala, 21 Jalan 26A/70A Desa Sri Hartamas, KL (03 6206 1131/fb.com/salakl). Mon-Wed, 9am-7pm; Thu-Sat, 9am-9pm; Sun, 9am-3pm.