Monday, April 12, 2010

Love Health Restoran Vegetarian @ Kota Damansara

Back during the Chinese New Year, I was paying a visit to my auntie and uncle who were at Kota Damansara. After the that, we went around the Dataran Sunway, searching for food as our dinner. Then we came accross this vegetarian restaurant which caught our eyes. Since, we had many meats during the first few days of Chinese New Year, we agreed mutually for a vegetarian dinner.

With the wooden chairs and tables being laid out, added on with some Chinese calligraphy being hanged on the wall, it was a resemblance of an ancient restaurant.
A blending of modern and ancient settings

We were attended by the lady boss, and she told us that the restaurant was new and had only opened for days. Obviously, we did asked her to introduced us a few of their signature dishes.
The food menu

Nothing beats having Chinese Tea in an ancient settings, resembling the good old tradition.
Chinese Tea

Some of you would have thought that vegetarian would merely mean pure vegetable. That is true, but not so true because vegetarian dishes got so creative now days. Some of the dishes resembles the actual normal dish itself. A point to note that, vegetarian dishes consists no garlic.
Claypot Bean Curd (RM 12)
A dish that consisted the mixtures of vegetables, mushrooms, bean curd and some vegetarian meats. It was average, and at some point I find the gravy were not flavourful enough to justify the tasteless bean curd.

Stir Fried Kangkung Belacan (RM 9)
Before the kangkung was being served on the table, we already could smelled it from a far. The kangkung were well flavoured and stir fried to a perfect "wok hei". Now, this is what I called a fantastic Kangkung Belacan!

Braised Pork with Preserved Vegetables (RM 15)
One of my favourite dish all time, but I always ended up in disappointment. Not this time, as I enjoyed every bite of it. The vegetables and the braised pork were well infused with their specialty sauce. Adding on, it was not oily as opposed to the usually high oil content being prepared by others.

Asam Fish (RM 16)
Another dish that hitted my taste bud perfectly. The gravy were full with flavour, with the fragrance of the asam herbs lingering in the mouth upon each scoop. It goes so well with the rice. A two thumbs up for this dish!

Stir Fried Baby Kailan (RM 9)
If I were to choose the least favourite dish for the night, then this would be the one. It was near to tasteless.

There were also vegetarian products that were available for sale. A good news for those who fancy preparing vegetarian dishes at home.
Products that are ready for sales

Some canned vegetarian products

Frozen products being displayed at a fridge corner

Some frozen vegetarian products

It was a very a satisfying dinner meal and all of us enjoyed it so much. The total bill came to RM 71.80 which includes 4 bowls of rice and a pot of Chinese tea. I supposed the price was very reasonable knowing that vegetarian dishes were not cheap.

Claypot Bean Curd : 5.5/10
Stir Fried Kangkung Belacan : 8/10
Braised Pork with Preseved Vegetables : 7.5/10
Asam Fish : 9/10
Stir Fried Baby Kailan : 4/10

Atmosphere: 7/10

Price: 7/10
Verdict: Gotta be my most enjoyable vegetarian meal to date. Do not missed out the Asam fish!

Love Health Restoran Vegetarian
3-1, Jln PJU 5/9
Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara
47610, Petaling Jaya


  1. Yummy food again! I just realised I havent had kangkung for a long time already. =(
    And asam fish looks SO good~!

  2. lols,,kangkung is yummy especially with belacan..and yes, the asam fish is just so good!..hehe


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