Friday, June 29, 2018

WG Medifoods

Vegetarian Nasi Dagang - MYR 15.60 nett with red rice, tofu, broccoli, pickled cabbage and beancurd drumsticks rendang. Taste good so I finished all the gravy as not to waste. As usual I kept half the portion for dinner.

This is the beancurd sheets roll (drumstick) with a sugar cane stick in the middle. I chewed on the sugar cane stick for its juice and spat out the coarse fibers.

Takeaway XO sauce fried rice for my friend - MYR 14.62 nett. I requested for less spicy but my friend says that it is still very spicy because there are chili seeds in the rice.

Papaya foc as appetisers. Sweet and refreshing.

Total price for 5 pax is MYR 65 nett.

Medifoods Lifestyle Cafe is located on the same row as Prosperity Bowl in SS2, PJ.

Please click on the above and below menu for a bigger image. For more items on the menu, please go to their website. I ordered the above Nasi Dagang since yesterday is Thursday. They have not updated their menu yet so you need to deduct 6% GST from the listed prices above.

This is the XO Sauce Fried Rice that we ordered takeaway. I am eyeing the Lei Cha. May have that the next time we eat here because we are definitely returning for more vegetarian food.

This section of the menu is for those who prefers the familiar taste of their local cuisine.

18 comments:

  1. I like the first set which you ordered but would prefer white rice than red rice :)

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    1. I would like the try the Gong Bao mushroom and Monkey Head mushroom sets in the last menu (last photo)

      I had vegetarian food today too as it was the 15th but not the Idealite which I wanted to try as I was there too late, they close at 9pm

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    2. red rice is supposed to be healthier.

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  2. Interesting. Looks good too, that set that you had.

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  3. Very nice plate of nasi dagang. I wouldn't be able to tell it is vegetarian at a quick glance.

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  4. Vegetarian nasi dagang, how interesting.

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  5. I would order nasi dagang too...looks good and appetizing!

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  6. I like the attention to detail having the sugar cane 'bone'.

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    1. hahaha my friend thinks of the sugar cane as bone too.

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  7. This is impressive to hear a vegetarian Nasi Dagang! My first time hearing and would love to try. I have passed this place several times.

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    1. maybe one day you will go try.

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