Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Sheng Yue Organic Vegetarian Food

Couple of weeks ago, my dear and I revisited Sheng Yue for their organic vegetarian food. The shop has been operating for about 2 to 3 years time. The owner is a Taiwanese lady, which I heard was a doctor (or Chinese Sin Seh) in Taiwan before migrating to Malaysia. From her conversation with other customers, I knew that she always emphasize in healthy eating habits. She also plants quite a wide range of organic vegetables on her house compound in Sungai Petani.


Sheng Yue is located at Taman Sejati, Sungai Petani. If you follow the Sungai Petani south exit from the North-South Highway, you will see it on your left once you pass by the toll. A lot of plants can be found at the entrance area. If you look at those plants carefully, you'll notice that some of them are vegetables.


The internal decor of the restaurant consist of the basic necessities. Some vegetarian stuff can be found here as well.

The best thing we like about their food is that all are cooked from natural ingredients, with no additives and nothing is made of gluten. All ingredients were chosen from natural sources. Even the sauces were home made. The lady boss is the chef of her own restaurant.


This satay sauce noodles was recommended by the lady boss. The noodles were imported from Taiwan, with no preservative and no boric acid. That's the reason why it needs to be kept in the fridge. The texture is almost like the spinach organic noodles that I posted here. It's smooth and tender, cooked in home made satay sauce. Ingredients include bean curd cubes, France bean, carrot strips, and garnished with grounded peanut and black sesame seeds. Yummy! I rate it as A!


We ordered another 2 dishes to go with rice. This is the lady boss's signature home made tofu. The tofu cubes are crispy outside but the filling is smooth and silky. You can taste the natural soy bean fragrance. The smell is irresistible. It's able to stimulate your taste bugs.

Next, we have this mushroom dish. It contains mushrooms, peanuts and "fake pork". The "fake pork" is made from water chestnut, soy bean dregs, sweet potatoes and all wrapped up in bean curd skin and deep fried. It's springy and tasty. The dish contains lots of gravy which is fully absorb the ingredients.

Although all the above dishes do not contain food additives, however, they are so flavorful and yet, you won't feel thirsty. The lady boss is truly an excellent chef. I can feel her passionate in cooking, and her spiritual in cooking fresh and delicious organic food. Thumbs up to the lady boss! We really enjoyed the scrumptious dinner. :)

5 comments:

squall said...

oh...healthy and yummy!!!
whr are the shop lacated???

Little Inbox said...

Hi Squall, Sheng Yue is located at Taman Sejati, Sungai Petani. If you follow the Sungai Petani south exit from the North-South Highway, you will see it on your left once you pass by the toll.

New Kid on the Blog said...

all the way from penang to sp??? wow... that's far la!!

550ml jar of faith said...

It does look good! I've always been unexcited about super healthy food but the noodles and tofu especially look delicious!

Little Inbox said...

New kid, I'm on the way back from SP after visiting parents in law, and drop by this place before I'm back from SP lor.

550ml jar of faith, that's what I have in my mind, but there's always exceptional case can be found.

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