Friday, October 23, 2009

The Yogi Tree @ The Gardens, Midvalley, KL

Healthy but yummy food? A miracle! (Much blogged about restaurant in the Gardens Shopping Center, Midvalley)....

I don't feel very wordy today so I'll keep the descriptions really short... :)
(Hee hee hee... so lazy, right?)

Yogi Tree - Not that new. Upper floor in Midvalley Gardens (Isetan side):
Inside the calming Yogi Tree restaurant....

Nasi Ulam Ayam Perchik (RM 22+):
A plate full of healthy deliciousness....

Healthy, nasi ulam, keropok, grilled chicken (perchik style), deep fried fish & sambal. Not cheap, but overall was good! - Chicken only ok but the fish & sambal was really good! :)
(Would definitely order again)

Thai Beef Noodles (RM 23+):
My bowl of Beef Noodles....

Didn't like this at all. Soup was too sweet.
(My taste buds are more skewed to salty, rather than sweet)

(Also: I've been back - tried the Chicken Cacciatore and some of the pastas - they were nice...)

So it's: Healthier options of Western and Asian food, friendly (but slightly blur) service, nice ambience - casual yet classy BUT prices a bit on the higher side....


Restaurant Review
Summary Sheet:


The Yogi Tree @ Mid Valley
F-237B, Level 1, The Gardens,
Midvalley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur


Taste: 7
Ambience : 7
Service : 7
Price** : RM 50/+ per person
Parking: Difficult on weekends

** Approximation - 3 course meal, excluding drinks
Telephone No.: 03-2282 6163
Opening Hours: 11am till 10pm

NO PORK SERVED




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5 comments:

Julian Si said...

Friendly but blur is a common theme in Malaysian eateries :-(

Tarts and Pies said...

Speechless when I look at the Nasi Ulam Ayam Perchik. The portion is so big. With the greens, the meals look indeed healthy.

J said...

to Julian Si:
Well, yeah (unfortunately...) but stillm it's better than just plain blur or rude. :)

to Tarts and Pies:
Very healthy indeed - half the plate is fresh veges so not much guilt/ sin involved. :) :)

J2Kfm said...

i think they're a little overpriced myself.

J said...

to J2Kfm:
Well, I guess there's always a premium for organic/ healthy food? :)

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