I have noticed this organic shop for a while now but didn’t realise that it had an adjoining cafe until recently when I was waiting for a friend outside The Daily Grind. Tucked away in a corner, this place is perfect for a quiet chat over a meal. The organic shop itself has quite an array of organic products, from fresh produce to dried ones and even sheets etc!
So when politikus suggested having dinner there, I was game. The menu had quite a variety of western & asian dishes, and even states the percentage of its organic origins. They also have quite a lot of blended juice concoctions, which could satisfy any juice fast lover.
She started with the tom yam soup (RM5.90). I did have a couple of sips but I thought it lacked the oomph that other tom yam soups had. probably due to the lack of seafood/meat as this was purely vegetarian. Could see bits of floating green leaves and cauliflower florets in it.
I wanted something piping hot, yet a little soupy so that’s how I ended up choosing “Guang Dong Mee suah” (RM12.90). Like any dai chow’s cantonese stir-fried, the gravy was thick and eggy. Only difference was that it had lots of vegetarian ingredients such broccolli, cauliflower, carrots, mushrooms, baby corn, peas etc with some diced free range chicken. I thought the gravy was a little bland, but that did help bring out the natural “sweetness” the vegetables had so I didn’t think of adding any other condiments.
Her Iron Lady salad (RM14.90) which is essentially a spinach salad. But it was complimented by other ingredients such as free range chicken, eggs, brown rice, onions, tomatoes, organic bean sprouts and tossed in a tangy dressing which she ascertained as balsamic vinegar. I only had bits so I couldn’t tell but I liked what I tasted. Pretty good salad indeed!
Overall, food’s quite decent and the prices are reasonable. So here’s another option for healthy (or organic) food lovers around the city. And whilst waiting, you can even check out the store for their wide range of organic products.
Country Farm Organics (www)
LG7, Lower Ground Floor
No1, Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-2284 2094