5 Vegan-Friendly Restaurants That Deliver During Veganuary
Sticking to a vegan diet after 'pigging out' on Christmas ham and New Year’s champagne is no easy feat. With the added lockdown measures, it is hard not to stray from the vegan diet that has been working out for the past two weeks. Here are 5 vegan restaurants that will help you stick to your 'myVeganuari' pledge.
1/5 Sushi Kitchen
Often, going vegan implies having to cut out Japanese cuisine from your diet, or at least all sushi and yakitori. Luckily, Sushi Kitchen has made vegan Japanese cuisine possible using fresh fruits and vegetables as their core ingredients. Serving everything from maki and handrolls to udon and fried rice, their menu features interesting creations such as the Global Warming Maki and the Golden Age Sushi. Their menu is currently available for delivery to adresses around Kota Damansara.
Sushi Kitchen | 1-06, I Resident, Persiaran Surian, Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya | +6011-5643 0633
2/5 The Hungry Tapir
A household name within the vegan community, The Hungry Tapir in Chinatown is known for their extensive plant-based menu and distinct pink decor. Wanting to support the myVeganuari movement, the establishment offers to those who have taken the pledge for the whole month, 15 per cent of the Pink Bombshell Burger and the Rainbow Brekkie Bagel.
The Hungry Tapir | 135, First Floor, Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur | +603-2022 2137
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3/5 Sprout Fusion
Created just last year by Daniela Abad who strives to bring plant based treats from all four corners of the world to Malaysia, Sprout has been building a bigger following amongst the vegan community since. Sample their Philly Cheesesteak made with shaved tofu and a vegan cheese sauce or even their Choripan, a South-American staple made with vegan chorizo, of course. View the full menu.
Sprout Fusion | Bangsar Village I (Skybridge)1, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur
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It's rare to find Tex-Mex inspired restaurants that don’t include meat, but Sala is exactly that. You can now enjoy comforting Tex-Mex fare without having to give up on your vegan commitment. Treat yourself to their Shrooms Asada Burrito or their Bagel Burger, both of which are bestsellers.
Sala | (Hartamas) A-G-03A Galeria Hartamas, 21, Jalan 26a/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur | +6011-1150 3606 | (The Row) Lot 32 G, Jalan Doraisamy, Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur | +6011-3990 3021
The name Joloko has become synonymous with everything Caribbean. Until the end of the month, Joloko offers a myVeganuari Lunch Box that includes three appetisers, a grilled vegan kebab with an herb salad and jollof rice, as well as a chocolate and avocado mousse.
On top of that, the menu at Jojo's by Joloko boasts a number of affordable and exotic plant-based dishes with reduced delivery charges to help you get through the lockdown.
Joloko | 43, Jalan Kamunting, Off Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur | +603-2694 1100