More More Vegan

*Notice: More More Vegan has relocated to their new premise at 10 Boulevard, Kayu Ara, just before the Damansara toll towards NKVE. You can find the new address at the comment section.

Vegetarian dishes never failed to attract my attention (most of the time) because this is when I can eat whatever I want without worries (uncleaned intestines, weird tasting meat, not fresh and fishy seafood… you get the idea).

Scott brought me to the unknown territory of Old Klang Road one night as he claimed that a particular shop here serves decent vegetarian food. It’s smacked in the middle of a shophouses area next to a shopping mall (couldn’t remember the name though) which I think it’s rather dodgy with plenty of ah-longs stickers everywhere and poor road/garbage conditions.

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Can you see the stickers all over the public telephone booth?

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Anyway, we’re here to relieve our hunger pangs. Their menu is rather extensive with some dishes and drinks bearing the name of popular artiste or movies such as Stephen Chow (?) and Andy Lau (??). While Scott ordered Lychee Rose Tea (RM 3.80), I chose Finding Nemo (RM 4.80) which is made using fresh yoghurt and real mango cubes (no artificial flavour detected). A nice start.

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Some light snacks to perk up our appetite; The Golden Tofu (RM 6.60) is cooked using soft white tofu, coated with breadcrumbs and deep-fried to golden yellow, served with a unique chilli sauce. The chilli sauce has a stronger gingerly taste compare to the usual garlicky ones.

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We both like the Chuka Wakame (RM 5.60). Seasoned seaweed, julienned carrots and cucumbers with sprinkle of sesame seeds makes an addictive snack.

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His Ramen King (RM 8.80) looks like the “hand-torn” pan mee with button mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, carrots and Chinese cabbage, topped with shredded deep-fried fu chok as substitute to fried shallots.

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Pasta with mock meat. My Anna and The King (RM 10.80) consists of a piece of thick, deep-fried mock fish meat with spaghetti cooked with loads of cubes tomatoes, capsicum in pesto sauce. The fish is a little hard and dry in texture but the pasta was good nonetheless. My only comment on the pasta – it’s a little oily though.

Six items costs us total RM 40.40 with no service charge.
p/s: Thanks Scottie for the recommendation!

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More More Vegan House
91, Jalan Mega Mendung,
Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-7987 3318
(Vegetarian)

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16 thoughts on “More More Vegan

  1. wah! I want Anna and The King! though the movie kinda sucked huh?
    sometimes going vege is kinda interesting, as they have their way of intepreting the meat dishes, transforming them into delicious substitutes.

    especially the mushrooms, fresh mushrooms steamed. … slurp!!!

  2. Mimi: Bug your friend to bring you here. 🙂

    J2Kfm: Err.. I didn’t watch that… haha. Steamed mushroom? Where?

    Little Inbox: It’s quite okay to have vegetarian stuff once a while.

    Jun: Same here but if it’s good, I don’t really care. :p

    Kenny: Aquatic theme! Maybe they should do an Aquatic Set.

  3. For an eatery located in an areas with such condition, I’m really amazed that the food looks so high class 😀

    The price also looks reasonable. Normally, vegetarian “chow choi” dishes for dinner costs a bomb.

    I can never figure out why the fish tastes really like fish. Its unholy.

  4. I just came across your website and I thought it was interesting. Perhaps if you have time, do visit my blog at penangfoodgalore.blogspot.com. Let me know if you like to exhange links too. Much appreciated.

  5. We have relocated to
    C-G-43, Blok Camilia, 10 Boulevard,
    Lebuhraya Sprint, PJU 6A
    Tel : 03-7725 7154

    Follow NKVE towards to Damansara toll and a fly over bridge to Center Point (Bandar Utama or 1 Utama), before the toll you will see a white color six storey building on your left, follow the service road between Shell and BHP, will lead you to the building.

    Give us a call if you need the direction to come to our new place.

    Please do come and pay a visit, we hope to impress you our very new concept and new menu.

    Thank you very much for your support and we hope you to serve you better, cheers.

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