Sunday, 9 January 2011

Earth Food at Little Green Planet, Ampang Hilir, Malaysia











I'm very excited about this week's find - an organic cafe on the Ampang side of town. Earth Food at Little Green Planet has only just opened. As with all new places the owners are still working out the kinks but this place tastes promising. They offer a mix of western and local food made from the freshest organic ingredients. They also serve a huge cup of full flavoured smooth coffee. My dad's favourite - dory fillet with orange sauce, hubby's fav - a variety of huge soups, and mine - roasted beet salad. Besides the cafe, they also sell a range of organic food, bath and mum & baby products. You can have a facial using organic products from Australia and next month a bakery will be opened offering a variety of healthy baked goods including a gluten free range. There are even plans for a garden on the grounds and classes on how to grow your own organic plants. I can't wait to go back a bit earlier in the day and try their breakfasts. I've already picked out the buttermilk pancakes and a couple of serves of coffee for when I return. The location along with the happy, clean, bright and green atmosphere is sure to make this place a popular spot, particularly with those of us who live in this part of the woods.

Earth Food
Little Green Planet
12 Jalan Ampang Hilir
55000 Kuala Lumpur
+6 012 223 5328
www.littlegreenplanet.com.my

9 comments:

  1. are the food halal?

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  2. Earth Food is not certified halal but is pork free and the chicken is slaughtered the halal way. There are a number of Muslim customers that patronize the restaurant.

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  3. Thank you for the information on organic cafe.It helps in my research on organic consumption. Do you buy/consume organic because of its health factor or/and environment?
    Thanks!

    ctm

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  4. Yes! I try my best to eat organic both for health reasons and for the environment. It's well worth supporting a local company with their efforts to serve organic food. With more demand we might actually see more organic food produced in Malaysia. Importing it from overseas kind of defeats the purpose...

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  5. Ms Tindall,
    I totally agree with you with supporting locally produced organic food. My recent discussion with people into sustainable farming opens my eyes into supporting locally and sustainable food. I'm looking into human values that drive organic food consumption from ethical perspective (e.g environmental), and wish to contribute to sustainable consumption. wish I could further talk to you about this, as surely your thoughts and feelings about supporting local and organic is something we should learn...
    ctm
    sitimaryam1@hotmail.com

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  6. They have a new menu now.. and i think the food taste better! try their chicken pot pie!

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  7. its better if they get the halal ccertification :)

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  8. just to let you know Earth Foods at Little Green Planet has moved to its new premise further up along the same road pass the cross junction - 289 Jalan Ampang Hilir

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  9. do they have menu for vegetarian?

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