My wonderful neighbourhood recently welcomed another cafe.
Thankfully, it wasn’t another generic coffee joint with minimalistic decor proclaiming to serve the best cuppa in town.
This one however, could very well proclaim itself to be the only cafe to serve good salads, vegan soups and cold pressed juices in this side of town.
Spacious, well-lit and welcoming, Goodness Greens Cafe offers substantial salads, vegan soups, granola bowl, açai bowl, smoothies and cold-pressed juices.
A tall chiller stocks a variety of freshly pressed juices. Smoothies are made to order and every beverage consists of 100% juice with no water or sugar added.
If it is a milk-based beverage, it is sweetened using agave nectar and made using alkaline water.
Our Almond Mylk (RM12.99) was thick and satisfying with just the right amount of sweetness.
I drank a full bottle on its own one morning and it kept me satiated until 3 hours later.
Goodness Greens Cafe is getting their WIFI service installed today so this is good news for those who work on-the-go.
If you happen to be in TTDI area and in need of a goodness boost, a short respite from the heat or a cozy place for short meetings, do hop in here.
Grab a vitamin-packed beverage from RM5.00 (power shots) – RM13.99. For the same price as a latte or an affogato in most cafes, you are substituting caffeine for the goodness of vitamins and fibres.
Think about it.
For almost the same cost, why not opt for a healthier alternative, which incidentally taste good as well?
Because seriously peeps, healthy doesn’t equate to ‘yucky‘ anymore!
At least not in Goodness Green Cafe.
Considering the prices, I’ll personally opt for these over a latte anytime.
But that is just me. If you are still craving for that caffeine fix, go ahead and try their other caffeine based drinks here.
There’s even a vegan latté made using almond milk!
On my first visit my partner and I opted for a Carrot Rosemary Soup (RM9.90) which was made from almond mylk (milk) so it is suitable for vegans.
The soup was tasty, thick and filling enough if you are a small eater. Other choices include zuchini, pumpkin and mushroom.
We also tried the ‘GG dip‘ (superfood spinach, mozzarella served with baguette- RM13.90) which was a suitable snack for sharing.
We added a GRAND salad (RM23.90) since both of us opted to share our meal that day.
The difference between the Medium and Grand is actually just the “PRIME” option where the addition of meat and seafood (exception asparagus and avocado) lies.
If you can forgo meat/seafood, then the Medium would be as pictured below.
BELOW: How to customise your salad bowl:
1. Choose your salad size – Petit, Medium or Grand.
2. Select your variety base, mains, supplementary items and prime to build up your salad.
3. Pick your preferred dressing from a list of 10 house-made dressing;mayo-based ones, vinaigrettes, vegan dressings.
The Medium portion is reasonable for 2 ladies to share but if you are solely having this as a meal, then sharing isn’t advisable unless you are a small eater.
We shared a soup, a smoothie as well as an Acai Berry Bowl (RM24) plus the GRAND salad above as our afternoon tea.
We were stuffed for 4 hours after that!
Acai Berry Bowl (RM24) – Shredded coconut, banana coins, strawberries, chia seeds, cacao nibs and bee pollen. A superfood ‘dessert’ for us!
Goodness Greens Cafe is also a child-friendly cafe with a dedicated area for play. Their washroom is fitted with a nappy changing table, a lowered toilet for young ones and even a lowered sink.
How cool is that?
Visit Goodness Green Cafe soon and take advantage of the on-going promotion which allows you to enjoy a cold pressed juice at half price when you order a salad.
If you need company, call me! 🙂
Goodness Greens Cafe
Jalan Dato Sulaiman,
(same row with Grumpy Cyclist, Devi’s, D’Legends Bar)
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 018-368 3320