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Top 10 Places for Healthy

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Latest Reviews for Healthy

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Healthy

I forgot what’s the name of this dish, but it’s really good! Le food is a cafe that served vegetarian meals. They have a very small and nice garden where people will definitely take a photo of (who doesn’t like neon lights HAHAH) however, if you’re a morning person like me, please do note that even though their opening hour written is 10am but they would only open their doors at 10.30am 😃

THAT avocado toast with scrambled egg and sumac - simply delicious! A great way to start your day, and so good that it’s available all day - perfect for brunch, light lunch or evening snack!


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Basically what its name suggests. The makirito is a sushi / burrito. Hahha well technically it's just a really huge sushi roll. It also feels something like subway but with sushi rice instead of bun.

I like it. It's refreshing. Tastes good and filling, though you might overestimate and think it won't be satisfying due to its size. I would say it's a good try. But probs won't go back too often for it as it is quite pricey imho. But well aren't all sushi places exp? Hmm

I’m happy to find another new healthy joint to eat. After goodness green, I think this is my another favorite. Price wise, it is more reasonable. Rm16 for a poke bowl, quinoa wrap and also some sandwich! And currently they having free delivery when you order your food vide honestbee!

This is apparently a new item in the menu.

It comes with shredded cauliflower (aka cauliflower rice), sauteed mushroom, fried kampung eggs, cherry tomatoes, shredded seaweed, fried shallot, spring onions, coriander and red chilli. This costs RM19.90.

You can add chicken (RM7), duck (RM8.90), smoked salmon (RM7.90), grilled vege (RM3), grilled tofu (RM5.90) or dory fish fry (RM9.90).

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There’s around 4 types of overnight oats to choose from and I went with their Soul Jar. Muesli, granola, yoghurt, raspberry jam, raspberry and honey. Glad that it’s not sweet and portion is just nice.

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TFB launched their new membership for RM10 and it has a 50% off voucher with a free premium topping! In frame: Shoyu Salmon with vege and salmon skin. Tip: Ask for sauce on the side if you don't fancy a lot.

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Always a fans of poke bowl for customize bowl of meal that I enjoy. The fish bowl offer a variety of topping for your bowl of rice or greens. Aside from regular poke bowl, they do offer soup base poke bowl as well which I believe to fulfil the market needs in Malaysia.

However today was quite disappointed with my choice that the salad green wasn't too fresh and I missed out to ask them for keeping my dressing aside. My salad was drenched in dressing >