April 16, 2009

Pasta Cheese Bake @ Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen

The first time i came to Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen is with kk, shi ming and a monk, Kai Le Shifu, who brought us here. Kai Le Shifu introduce to us some of the food that he usually ordered. 3 of us were astonished knowing that there is wide range of vegetarian menu from western food, chinese food to hawker's food selection.. Being a first timer here, Shifu ordered for us. The food was fantastic! It changed my point of view on vegetarian food at once! You'll know what i mean when u see the pictures below^^


















These are some of the dishes that we ordered, we brought many of our friends here, they all fall in love of this place! Oh ya, it's a self service restaurant where we need to order and pay at the counter before meal. Best is to order different kind of food and share together! The food will taste better by sharing, don't you think so?


















Tadaa! This is my FAVOURITE! Pasta Cheese Bake @ RM7.00. If you can't have enough of cheese, try these! It's so rich in flavour and they are very generous with the cheese! Mmmm.. wish i can have it now!








































Next is their Green Curry Rice @ RM6.00. This is much better than Little Genting's Green Curry Chicken, though it's vegetarian.























The ingredient for Siam Curry Rice @ RM6.00 is the same with Green Curry, but each have their own unique taste! I like both! They are served with a bowl of plain rice.


















We ordered Xiang Chun Noodles @ RM5.00. The noodle they use is different from the noodles at hawker's stall.. i like this better!


















There is Lotus Rice @ RM6.00. Normally, it taste good.. Maybe today's rice is too soft, so normal only. But i still prefer Qing Huan Tea House's Lotus Rice! At least Qing Huan's didn't re-use the lotus leaf lol..























For savouries, we ordered Pasembur @ RM5.00, in other word - Indian Salad, composed of shredded cucumber, potatoes, beancurd and fried dough fritters serve with a sweet and spicy nutty sauce. One of my favourite!


















Last but not least, their Fruit Tea @ RM12.00, which is not in the Menu.. You have to tell the cashier that you want to order it. Kai Le Shifu tell us about this, now i tell all who come here! It used to serve in a transparent pot, where we can see all the mix fruit and research on what they put into it. It is very refreshing drink, you can refill the hot water...


















Then they change into this pot, so I can only show you this.. :(























This is the address:
98 Noble House, Madras Lane
10400 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Tel/ Fax: 04-2263810

Tips: From Macalister Road, find the Bata Shoe Shop (near UMNO building) and turn into the junction, you'll see Lily's Vegetarian Kitchen!

It opens daily from 8.00 am to 9.30 pm except Mondays.

13 comments:

NicoleB said...

They all look totally delicious!
But for today I take the Cheese Pasta, pretty please :)

Ebie (The Main-Ingredient) said...

Among those delicious food, I would pick the green curry. You are making me hungry, yummm!

J2Kfm said...

oh thanks for the direction as well.

never seen any vege restaurants with baked cheese items! cheese is considered vege ah? hmmm ...

sakaigirl said...

Nice picks, Nicole and Ebie!

Cheese is made of pressed curd of milk, it doesn't involve killing, so my vegetarian friends can consume cheese^^ I hope this answers ur doubt J2Kfm

fufu said...

dang... which restaurant will reuse the lotus leaf huuh? really cant imagine since it is not that expensive nor hard to get... or because of recycle?? lol

My Taste Heaven said...

I like this vegetarian restaurant. Their fruit tea is very good!

Nicole said...

Hey there, hope you're alright?!

Irene said...

The tea looks interesting!

Bengbeng said...

i definitely will try out this place. it is somewhere near Hu Yew Seah?

Bengbeng said...

the lotus leaf thingy looks appetizing although u say it is normal only. i sort of remember this place. it is near Hu Yew Seah or not?

sakaigirl said...

Dear Bengbeng, sorry for late reply.. yes, it is near Hu Yew Seah!

thenomadGourmand said...

aiyoo..last time i went got queue man! but i heard the food is good..and cheap too? i luv vegetarian!

sakaigirl said...

Then u must have gone there during festive season, i went there many times but there are always enough place to sit. The price is affordable, no killing price^^