Friday, January 6, 2017

Food Art Groceries & Cafe @ Subang

Meat-free East Asian comfort cooking in the calm confines of a grocery-cafe, where wholesome meals of traditional Chinese fare presented in classical Japanese forms can be savoured by customers while shopping for vegetarian produce galore, from dried spinach noodles to pumpkin seed crackers.

The 'Wonderful Soup' set meal (RM16.90) comprises a fresh-tasting, steaming-hot broth laden with lotus seeds, cordyceps, dates & goji berries, accompanied by brown rice & gingery vegetarian meatballs. We also like the multi-grain rice porridge (RM8.90), soulfully thick & textured with century eggs & salted eggs, complemented by braised peanuts & dried mushrooms. 

Food Art Groceries & Cafe
15-1, Jalan USJ9/5N, UEP Subang Jaya, Selangor. Kitchen opens Mon-Sat, 12pm-830pm. Tel: 03-8081-9119

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10 comments:

  1. Glad to see you eating something really healthy for a change...haha! ;D The multi-grain rice porridge looks really good by the way.

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    1. Contact.ewew: yeah - i definitely could benefit from a more nutritionally sound diet! including the multi-grain porridge, with its eggy enhancements :D

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  2. The place sure looks clinically clean, like some place in Japan. Now I'm craving for porridge. :D

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, there's a bit of a zen-ness to this place :D porridge sounds good to me! :D

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  3. It's time for some clean eating, eh? If only I could keep up :) I am not too keen on porridge but the one with salted and century egg sounds promising.

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    1. Phong Hong: ooo, i'm actually surprised to hear you're not a porridge lover - i don't often have porridge, but it's definitely comfort food for me ;)

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  4. For a split second, I thought that it was BMS selling Japanese-inspired dishes, lol. This is the kind of meal that I'd enjoy the most. =') I hope they have more options for their dishes...

    Have you tried Mama Kim in Kota Kemuning, Sean? I don't have the exact address for that restaurant because it was a family friend who brought me there - but it's in the Herbalife building. Mama Kim is about the same as this cafe - vegetarian and clean eating. :)

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    1. Ciana: yeah, i think their menu has expanded since my visit. ooo, it's been years since i've been to kota kemuning - but i'll keep mama kim in mind if i'm ever in that area again - it's slightly away from my usual stomping grounds :)

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  5. I was sick for past few days, multi-grain rice porridge and the wonderful soup sound good to me. :)

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    1. CK: oh no ... hope you're at least 90 percent better now! maybe you can have some soup and porridge for dinner tomorrow ;)

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