This adorable little restaurant, tucked between the older houses of Lucky Garden Bangsar, aims to be a lifestyle store for the health-conscious. They serve (lacto-ovo) vegetarian food. The converted house is divided into a tiny supplement/health food store, a restaurant and yoga studio. The concept: being natural, self-reflective, and conscious (not to be confused with being ecological – that remains to be seen). Note also that while they try as much as possible to obtain organic and responsibly harvested ingredients, they don’t promise organic, fair trade food.
The two restaurant owners are returnees from Australia and they bring such sensibilities and aesthetics to their little restaurant. The food is almost always delicious and service always happens with a smile. They are very tuned into the needs of allergy-affected folks, especially gluten-intolerant people.
My favourite dish so far is the vegetable fritters and the vegan chai latte. But just about everything is good, including the eggs and the quinoa lemak.
The restaurant is small and seats only about 10 people. The hours are also a little limited at the moment, but the place has plans to grow.
Here is a link to Organica Lifestyle’s website.
Allergy friendly: *****
- Taste: ****
- Atmosphere: ***** Quiet! Nice cafe ambiance
- Service: *****
- Cost: $$$ – A meal about RM50 with a drink.
This is definitely a Daisy-style favourite!