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Vegetarian, Burpple Guides, Healthy Best Places For Vegetarian Eats In Kuala Lumpur Going vegetarian may not be easy, but surely, it's much more convenient now that the city is laden with choices. From the plethora of places, we handpicked these 10 that inspire green-eating habits with irresistible mixed rice spreads, meat-free Mexican fare and vegetarian bak kut teh. There is even a sweet spot for vegan ice cream!
Burpple Guides, Healthy 8 Best Places for Healthy Food in Kuala Lumpur Contrary to popular belief, it's not that hard to eat healthy — especially when there are actually delicious options out there! A healthy-eating enthusiast, Tastemaker Edric Lee handpicked and powered through these eight great places to eat healthy, from delectable raw chocolate parfait and flavour-packed organic soy curry to sweet and crunchy open face toasts!
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3 eggs, mushrooms, spinach, sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. Perfect for those on a keto diet! Flavour on point as well.

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Too pretty not to order. Buttery croissant with caramelised banana, berries and coconut nectar. Croissant was way too buttery and overall it was too sweet for all of us.

Wholemeal toast with smooth peanut butter and banana. Pair it with a cup of RM5 long black.
I had this the third time this week. So good!

Word on the street is that this Las Vegas-born poke restaurant’s menu is designed by Nobu's ex-executive chef, Karu Wedhas, so you can expect a level of finesse. You won't go wrong with signatures like the aptly named It’s Stupid Good (RM23). The umami-packed bowl comes with fresh tuna or salmon cubes, surimi crab and crunchy tempura flakes over a bed of rice. PJ folks, look forward to one opening later this month at The Curve!

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This Las Vegas-born poke restaurant is ahead of the game: service is efficient, the ordering system is modern (you use and iPad and everything!) and the food is great. I like that it’s listed on the menu the best way to enjoy the dish too. For my order, it’s tuna over salmon, and with sushi rice instead of multigrain. Everything’s fresh and I especially love the tempura flakes for crunch, but the clear winner are the sauces. The yuzu miso and umami sweet soy is just heavenly when mixed together, and it really brings out the flavours of the fish. I can’t wait for their next outlet to open at The Curve as this is my new favourite spot for poke bowls.

P.s. The story goes an ex-Nobu chef crafted the menu, so you can expect a level of finesse with the food.

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It’s all about clean eating at this soup house. Come for the homely, MSG-free soup dishes (served with rice, bee hoon or mee sua) and leave with a happy and guiltless belly. P.S. It’s also a pet-friendly resto, so your furry friends are invited too!
Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass

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Look forward to hearty bowls loaded with fresh flavours and ingredients at this poke bowl shop. Choose from the prefixed options, or build your own – the protein selection ranges from tuna to salmon and shrimp.
Photo by Burppler Nicholas Ng

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Apt start to a healthier 2019. It’s all homely, hearty goodness at this soup house. Sets go from RM18, and packs value with a big bowl of soup, either chicken or pork with veggies, a staple of your choice, plus pickled guava!

The dang gui soup is light (despite its dark looks) and thoroughly flavoured with the Chinese herbs. I enjoyed the slippery mee sua most, lightly tossed in soy and topped with minced mushrooms and meat.

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This dish includes a whole avocado, so approach with caution (i.e. an empty stomach)! Poached eggs sit atop slices of chicken ham, balanced on top of avocado halves. The overall taste was good, but there were a couple areas to be improved. Namely, the bread wasn’t quite toasted enough and the hollandaise sauce could’ve been thicker so as to coat the eggs nicely.

Spaghetti, tossed in an avocado sauce and served with prawns, squid and cherry tomatoes. While it could’ve used a smidge more salt, the taste of the avocado in the sauce was fresh and light. I felt the portion could’ve been bigger considering the price, but overall a dish well done.