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Top 3 restaurants in Malaysia for foodies

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    June 14, 2018 2:42 AM PDT

     

    With healthy, wholesome living being of prime importance, vegetarians sure seem to be enjoying their time in the sun. If you stayed away from Malaysia only because you felt your veggie cravings wouldn’t be satisfied, think again.


    Travel Option: Arriving at these fine eating joints is easier than you thought. Since they are all well-connected by roads, simply take online tickets for your bus from redbus and tuck yourself with lots of delicious food. This online portal offers a wide choice of bus types and buses, select the ideal one and make your trip memorable. Don’t miss the fun of food, just hurry to Malaysia!


    A number of vegetarian restaurants have sprung up around every corner in Malaysia that will satiate all non-meat lovers.

     


    Ganga Café: Simple, minimal and clean, Ganga Café makes use of their own fresh, farm-grown vegetables in the preparation of the dishes and serves some of the tastiest Indian staples here. Do not walk out without trying the Pranic juice—mint, coriander, ginger, lime, honey, pepper, black salt and cumin come together to make a beverage that is cooling and nourishing. It is a purely vegetarian restaurant that has been managed by a north Indian couple. The owners are quite passionate about food and are only interested in serving authentic nutritious and delicious dishes that have been made from some of the freshest ingredients. Located in the humble corner of Taman Bukit this place is quite frequented by locals, thanks to its traditional vegetarian dishes. The café is from the era of the 1970s’ and is located in a quiet residential area. The set-up of this café is quite plain, simple and neat. The food is completely MSG free with less salt and sugar and no artificial flavouring. It has a home-made feel to it. Make sure to try out the Ganga Tea crush which is a light and refreshing juice that is sure to give you relief from the heat of the sun. It has a rich minty flavour to it and serves as one of the best ventures on a hot date. It costs only RM7. You can also have the stuffed chilly fry which is an interesting starter. This dish consists of mashed spice potatoes that are used as a filling for the green chillies. It is an awesome dish which I recommend you must taste.

     


    Nature’s Vegetarian: The name says it all! This quirky eatery is known for its large variety of vegetarian noodle dishes that is served in generous amounts of soy sauce. Their vegetarian dim-sum is a lunch speciality that is quite popular among the veggie community here.

     


    Ashley’s: Whoever said healthy can’t be tasty will be made to eat humble pie, or as is served in Ashley, some delicious raw apple crumble. The cuisine here is holistic and organic, the must-try dishes being the Hakka style lei cha with quinoa and tofu parcels with a tamari sauce reduction.

     


    Experience scrumptious Vegetarian cuisine when in Malaysia and treat your taste buds in the best possible way by heading to these locations!