Friday, March 23, 2018

WG Vegetarian Assam Laksa

My friend decides that she will eat at BMS Organics regularly perhaps even weekly but because her favourite dish (vegetarian bak kut teh) is not in the "member eat free" promotion menu, she did not sign up as a member.

We shared a plate of okras with sesame dressings (11 okras) which costs only MYR 8 nett because it is ordered from the add-on menu. Its normal price is MYR 10.90 nett.

My lunch - assam laksa at MYR 12.90 nett. The broth is very tasty I must say - full of various spices which I cannot identify. My mouth does not feel that it is spicy but my stomach was burning when I finished eating this dish. 

I believe that the fake fish is made from mushrooms. Vegetarians who do not eat onions may request for the onions to be omitted. There are cubes of pineapples and lots of shredded onions, cucumber and lettuce.

Bill for 2 pax is MYR 41.80 nett. 

The new compact menu that I mentioned previously.  Please click on it for a larger image and if you look hard enough, you may just be able to read the name of the dish and its listed price.

This is the back page of the menu with drinks. Please click on it for a larger image. The next time I eat here, I must remember to take a photo of the add-on menu.

Another visit - Curry noodle cooked with soy milk instead of coconut milk so it tastes creamy too which I find tasty. At MYR 18.90 nett, it is more expensive than the Assam Laksa because it has brinjal, long bean, potato, sprouts and fake meat balls made from mushrooms.

Lei Cha again at MYR 20.90 nett.

Previously I did not show the colour of the lei cha (tea) so here is it. Not very green so I believe the colour is all natural. My family agreed that it does not taste bitter and they can detect the taste of basil so they like it.

16 comments:

  1. I would love the curry noodles with the long beans, brinjal, potato and fake meat balls, slurps, the lei cha looks very presentable

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  2. Vegetarian? I wonder waht that would taste like especially when it is the fish among other things in it that gives it its special taste. Curry noodles would be fine - I do enjoy vegetable curry.

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    1. You can try it the next time you visit and stay here.

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  3. The lei cha was so beautiful and tastefully presented. Make me want to hunt for Hakka lei cha now.

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    1. do write about your lei cha experience.

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  4. wah, all these vegetarian noodles and lei cha looks good and nicely presented...I like!

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  5. I think I should go try the members eat for free menu. Yesterday I went to buy something and the cashier asked me if I wanted to eat for free hee..hee... I was told that it is on Mondays and Thursdays. I like the presentation of the lei cha. But I wonder if I would like it.

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    1. I think it is worth it if you eat there every Monday and Thursday and you like to buy organic product from them.

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  6. The soup of the vegetarian assam laksa looks green. I like the look of the curry noodle!

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    1. yes it does look green because it has a lot of blended onions and herbs in it.

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    1. the vegetables for the lei cha are all raw.

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