2 Go veg­e­tar­ian

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Eating And Drinking -

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.

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