At Simple Life, you can expect vegetarian dishes which are organic and nutritious. The owner of the chain, Mdm. Tracy Ngo, seeks to raise awareness about healthy eating and prove to the public that healthy food can not only be beneficial to health, but also delectable. With a total of 11 branches available at the point of writing, Simple Life's vision and mission is to be a well-known chain in Malaysia to cater to the generation of health conscious people.
Multi-Grain Rice Nasi Lemak RM 13.90 (~S$5.35)
Being one of the chef's recommendation, the nasi lemak (Malay rice dish cooked in coconut milk with pandan leaves) was cooked with extra virgin coconut oil, coupled with peanuts, fried mushrooms shaped like anchovies, boiled egg, dry pumpkin curry and acar kuning (lit. yellow pickles). The rice grains were kinda unexpectedly fluffy, but I found that the chili made of cabbages and carrots was kinda sweet for my liking. A bowl of plain soup with corn was also provided.
Pesto Sauce Spaghetti RM 13.90 (~S$5.35)
I enjoyed the earthy aroma, mainly that of basil, of the fresh pesto sauce. The spaghetti was adequately chewy, sprinkled with only a little bit of parmesan cheese. It was a pity that the fried mushrooms weren't as crispy as expected, not to mention that they could be seasoned better.
Longan Coral Seaweed RM 5.50 (~S$2.10)
Served warm, the Chinese dessert was mildly sweet and aromatic. While the white fungi were enjoyably crunchy, the seaweed bits were somewhat too slimy. In addition, they could be more generous with the amount of longans.
Since the branch at KLCC is a food court stall, Melon only gives an overall rating for the food. Anyway, that was the last dinner I had before going back to Singapore. Ahh, I wonder when will be the next time I visit the capital city again. Pika's advice: It seems that they provide memberships if you're interested.
Signature Food Court, 2F Suria KLCC
(Daily: 10.00am - 10.00pm)
*Prices quoted are nett prices.
Have a nice meal,Cliff(y)