super bright pink dragonfruit soy drink
Busy, busy, busy...., hence I have not had time to blog regularly. Not much time to visit new places except tried and tested places, like this favourite spot - Country Farm Organics. I can imagine, everyone going, errrr? nice ah, this kinda food?
yummiest ever fried rice
Strangely enough - it is, extremely tasty stuff. I often call this place, my comfort place since they serve affordable and delicious food. They employ slow cook techniques where they make an effort not to overheat and overcook the food till the natural enzymes are destroyed. Our all-time favourite is the Beta Carotene Fried Rice with tomato puree and lots of vegetables. It is usually Splashie Boy and my mother's must-have item here. However, do note that not all items taste great nor appeals to the general public, as some claim it taste "too healthy".
pineapple studded fried rice, another Splashie Boy favourite
I usually go for noodles - the dory fish noodles. Tastes like the fish head noodles with a milky broth but they give you boneless dory fish cubes. Other favourites include the fried noodles, the tomyam pasta and the pumpkin soup. Fatboybakes, another fan of this place swears by the bittergourd soup to cure hangovers.
Usually whenever we order these one plate items, I'll add a cooked vegetable dish. For our late lunch on Sunday, we decided to try the spinach, cooked cantonese style with wolfberries and egg. Yummy stuff - but sorry no picture.
Prices are also pretty reasonable especially for the Bangsar area - about RM8.90 for the fried rice and if you subscribe to the membership card, you get a 15% discount. You also get discounts with the membership card, if you purchase goods from the shop. Although they have an outlet in 1 Utama, I generally prefer the outlet at Bangsar instead. Do give it a try but be patient, especially during lunch and dinnertime, as it can get quite packed also with people.
Country Farm Organics
LG7, Lower Ground Floor,
Bangsar Village 1,
No.1, Jalan Telawi Satu,
Tel : 03 - 2284 2094
(Pork free. Located at the bottom part of Bangsar Village, and is next to FOS)
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
Tagged with: Malaysian Food + Healthy Food