Grand Nature

Grand Nature Vegetarian Restaurant (一派自然绿色饭店) is located at the ground floor of Wisma Menjalara near Kepong Village. This restaurant adheres to Buddhist vegetarianism, so no onions and garlic are served either.
The dining section of this restaurant has air-conditioning and is quite comfortable. There are around 20 tables in total, so it is able to accommodate small wedding banquets. As far as wedding places are concerned, there aren't many vegetarian options to begin with.
As it is still Chinese New Year season, Yee Sang (捞生) is offered. Since this Yee Sang dish is vegetarian in nature, fish and jelly are obviously omitted from the recipe.
My favorite dish here is Baked Tiger Prawns In Butter & Oats (麦香草虾菇). The "shrimps" are actually made from meat substitute. Each piece is coated with sweet-crispy Nestum's multigrain cereal.
Rendang Oats Meat (仁当素麦肉) is a curry dish containing several types of vegetables such as okra (lady's fingers), eggplant (brinjal), yardlong beans and cabbage. It is quite impressive that taste is quite good despite the absence of meat stock.
Claypot Herbal Soup (砂锅药材汤) is a stew of mushrooms such as shiitake (香菇) and hericium mushroom (猴头菇). I like the soup to the last drop.
Grand Nature produces its own tofu, so it is logical to order a tofu dish too. The Bean Curd With Salted Fish (鱼香炆豆腐) has reasonably soft texture. This is certainly a good recommendation.
Lastly, Fried Kai-Lan (清炒芥兰) has plain taste and is being overshadowed by other dishes so far.
In conclusion, the food at Grand Nature is favorable and appeals to my palate. This opinion is coming from a person who does not observe vegetarianism on a regular basis.

Address: 16, Ground Floor, Wisma Menjalara, Jalan 7A/62A, Kepong, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 03-6272-3788
Business hours: 11:00am-3:00pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
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