Friday, March 12, 2010

Parklin Vegetarian Food Stall (Chap Fan)– Atria Outdoor Food Court

My vegetarian chap fan, brown rice with four dishes (RM4). The boss was wondering why I took his photo! LOL! I normally eat my vegetarian food in Parklin which is located at the Atria, Damansara Jaya outdoor foodcourt. Parklin has been in business in this location for a very long time and I love their vegetarian curry very much. Among my first few posts, when I started my blog 2 years ago was about Parklin Vegetarian Food Stall. This stall offers vegetarian Chap Fan (economical rice) at a reasonable price. All the vegetarian dishes serve here are quite good and tasty. The vegetarian curry dish is a must order whenever I visit Parklin. I ‘tar pau’ (take away) some of the vegetarian curry for my wife once and she loves it very much. The aromatic and creamy vegetarian curry is cooked with cabbage, tofu pok (fried tofu), long beans plus other vegetables. I scooped a large ladle of curry into my organic brown rice (they have white rice as well), a piece of siew ngor, fried crispy fritters with sour cream and some long beans. The boss added more long beans for me when I was about to pay for the food. This plate of vegetarian brown rice with dishes cost me RM4. The vegetarian siew ngor (mock roast duck) and crispy fritter taste real good. I ate the whole plate clean, no bones left ...wait! Vegetarian food where got bones, ha ha ha!

Open: Lunch only

Address : Parklin Vegetarian Food, Atria Food Court, Jln SS22/21, Damansara Jaya Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Atria Jln SS22/21, Damansara Jaya Map

15 comments:

Mei Teng said...

I like vegetarian dishes. There's a good one that serves Taiwanese style vegetarian dishes in Taman Mayang (next to a pet shop) but I don't remember the name.

mNhL said...

The shop is still around! Haha...I used to eat there like about 10 years ago when i was staying in that area. A few store away they sell nice roast duck rice too.

xin said...

i used to work near atria about 2 years + ago, but i hardly felt like eating anything there. LOL

tuti said...

no bones left haha.
very few vegetarian stalls can cook well. most cook flour, argh.

manglish said...

tell him u r advertising for him for free and then ask for free meal hheehehe

Merryn said...

manglish is right.. but then again.. he might not know what blogging is all about! :P

I'm meeting claire on tuesday 16/3 in ikano afternoon/evening.. wanna join?

Pete said...

Mei Teng : Will be on the lookout for it!

mnhl : Wah, so long ago! The duck is good too!

Xin : Actually Atria area no much choice of hawker food avialable.

Tuti : Now got many types already, very little flour ingredients!

Manglish : Ha ha, can get free meal! LOL!

Merryn : Aiya, Tuesday, I have to attend meeting in the afternoon and award presentation & dinner lah. Will Cleff be with you?, I hope can cabut early, hope CEO go back early then I can join you all! LOL!

suituapui said...

RM4??? SO CHEAP!!! I had chap fan for lunch today - half serving of rice, TW0 lor-eggs, one fried fish (the bigger version of kembung, dunno the name) and cangkuk manis...with complimentary soup (cabbage and pork strips - didn't eat, no meat on Friday)...RM4.50!!! Tsk! Tsk!

eugene said...

Ya lor,,,pete,next time you must wear a badge stating "celebrity blogger" and tell them that you are advertising free for them and they should you give you free food in return,,, if they dont believe that you are a famous blogger, ask them to come to my blog first,,hahahahahahahahahah

hey you have a great weekend bro

Pete said...

STP : 2 egs one fried fish Rm4.50 ok, KL would be more expensive lorr!

Eugene : ha ha ha, have a nice weekend Bro!

PengPeng彬彬 said...

wahh my saliva cannot stop flowing.. so nice...

Gulmohar said...

That looks scrumptious..I really miss the dhabas (small food courts) in India

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Hi Pete

Thanks for dropping a few words in my blog recently.

Your post on vegetarian food is interesting as I love vegetarian food very much, mainly because of health reason. Hahaha...

But then, a friend of mine hate vegetarian food so much . He said these people are pitiful! they want to eat meat so much that they create meat-like vegetarian food. Still...he said...they have the intention to eat meat and that they are not purely vegetarian. Hahaha... oh well...that is his opinion right?. We can't help it.

As for me Pete, i still love vegetarian food whatever the reason is.

Cheerio

smallkucing said...

I like the rojak from the motorcyle It's just outside the food court

thenomadGourmand said...

Yeah, this area got very good cheap food. Less commercialised kinda vendors i would say. Rojak, soya bean..all good.

(ps: I stay nearby ;p) but cos my work is not tis area, i dont get to eat here much.)

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