Thursday, October 27, 2016

Vegetarian Set Meal

This eatery is smart to know that there are many vegetarians and so they now have a Vegetarian Set Meal menu which is only MYR18.90 nett for a set meal as compared to MYR22.90 nett for a non-vegetarian set meal.

 Set O - Sweet and Sour Tofu with rice and miso soup. Set P - Tofu Hamburg with rice and miso soup.

Set Q - Ankake (Thick sauce) Vegetable Udon. Set R - Kitsune Udon. Set S - Ankake (Thick sauce) vegetable Don (rice). Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox. In Japanese mythology aburaage is the favorite food of Kitsune so the udon with aburaage is called Kitsune Udon. Aburaage is deep fried tofu.

For vegetarians, I wonder which set would they prefer.

Please click on the above to get a larger image to view the drinks.

18 comments:

  1. Set O and Set P look nice to me

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    1. Set S looks good to me too, cos I prefer rice than noodles

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    2. Since you prefer rice, I see you have chosen all the rice dishes.

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    3. I wonder does nana sg have the same vegetarian set meals.

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  2. I've never had vegetarian before. Maybe I should give it a try sometimes - I know one very popular vegetarian chap fan stall here but there is always a crowd so I've not gone to try.

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    1. I think the price at your popular vegetarians chap fan stall would be a little bit more expensive.

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  3. Those vegetarian set meals look very attractive. I am sure they are tasty too.

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    1. I would think so too with the miso soup.

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  4. Would happily pay the price difference for a meat meal hehehe.

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  5. Thank you for always updating on my favourite Nana's outlet! I will definitely try this unique vegetarian sets. Yums!

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    1. You are welcome! Please write about it after you have tried, ok?

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  6. Nowadays I am surprised that even in Ipoh, there are many vegan cafes opened already... many are opting for vegetarian? For me, I still like a mixture of this and that... but i dont mind going for vegetarian food too.. i will definitely opt for the noodles set.. :)

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    1. Yes I believe more and more people are turning vegetarian. U prefer udon then.

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