Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Better Lifestyle for you

This is one of the places we go to for lunch during working days as they serve value-for-money set lunch meals.
My set lunch - MYR13.90 nett covers a drink - I chose a barley drink and requested for no sugar, a piece of watermelon, rice, vege-of-the-day which was stirfried brinjal, a piece of omelette and chicken cooked in a mixed of spices (Ayam Kerutuk/Kerutup/Kerutub). ****Update - thanks for pointing out that the above drink is lime juice which I ordered without sugar. I ordered barley on another visit *****

They also serve healthy wraps

BLU cafe at the Sphere, Bangsar South

My set lunch on another working day - also MYR13.90 - fried fish, barley drink without sugar, rice, omelette, watermelon, stirfried vege-of-the-day. Food tastes good but the rice is a much too much for me since I had to finish my drink too so I no longer eat here for lunch.

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  1. looks good and i guess the portion is just nice for me.. veggie, omelette, meat and fruits, i think this rather balance meal is why they call themselves "better lifestyle"?? and the tagline says "freedom in a bowl", haha, what does that mean?? can mix and match the dishes for the set lunch?? :)

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    1. Cannot mix and match for set lunch but they sell other dishes as well as healthy food full of veges. Maybe the bowl here means another bowl where it is easy to go after eating more vege?

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  2. This set meal is more than enough for the both of us, Mun

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  3. The drink looks like lime juice to me, the portion is just nice for me too cos I am a big eater

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    1. You are right. My mistake. It is lime juice without sugar.

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  4. The drink looks like lemon juice, haha.. I like the meat dish, looks very "hoi wai".. But if got another bowl of soup, lagi best :)

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    1. Lime juice. Wah got drinks you also got space for soup?

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  5. Very nice, minus the discomfort of sweating it out at a coffee shop with all the noise and all, I would choose to come here too! Looks good!!!

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    1. For comfort of course this place is better.

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  6. The dishes are enough for two of those servings of rice! Ya RM1x is a decent price.

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    1. You will like the portion and price here. :)

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    2. Hehe. Need bit more RICE la...

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    3. I give you 3 quarters of my rice. :)

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  7. The portion looks a bit big to me, have the feeling that I might be able to finish all. xp

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    1. The portion is big. After eating here 3 times I decided not to eat here anymore due to the big portion.

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  8. If the food tastes good and is value-for-money, why won't you eat here again? If the rice is too much, just ask for less or, if that's too much of a hassle, I would just not finish the rice.

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    1. Because even with half rice the portion is still too much for me. I am not into wasting food like eat half of everything, would rather eat chapfan where I control the portion of food I take for half the price of this set lunch and I really dislike having drinks included in my meals as I prefer to drink plain water from home.

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  9. The set lunch surely valuable for money especially with a fish too. Yumm.

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    1. Looking at the total package, yes the set lunch is really value for money. That's why there are queues for seats during lunch time.

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  10. Their mains (that ayam, and is that fish in 2nd pic) are loaded with those spices or sambal gravy. Not exactly what I would imagine for something that is called healthier dining. Usually the sauce is the most unhealthy part of a meal.

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    1. They do sell salad wraps and fruits. I guess they need to sell this to make money. You are right, those sambal and spices are usually made with sugar so lots of hidden sugar in them.

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  11. The portion size looks pretty good to me. Can you not ask for less rice?

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    1. Of course we can ask but whether or not they remember to give is another thing.

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  12. Good deal. For the price and dishes offered with a drink is cheap lah. So balanced with cut fruit some more.

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    1. I agree it is a good deal but portion is too big for me.

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