• MV Medan Vegetarian

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Vegetarian buffet offering a selection of dishes with rice: some mock meats, spring rolls, samosas, and tofu. Could also order Indonesian and Thai dishes from the menu on the board. Has fans and aircon. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-8:30pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by The_Unhealthy_Veggo


Points +178

26 Feb 2019

Price rating needs to be changed

We had breakfast here this morning. Restaurant is very clean and layout is nice. Lots of choices of veggie and vegan food. Food was good but I was more occupied with the price, we paid 60,000 each for a medium sized plate of food which was cold. Price was not given to us until we paid, no prices anywhere and a menu was not offered. This should be presented as a medium/high range restaurant, compared to what else is on offer in the area which have higher cost ratings according to happy cow.

Pros: Lots of choices , Nice restaurant

Cons: Expensive compared to its current price rating, Food was cold



Points +323

31 May 2018

died and gone to heaven

I don't know what I just ate here but it was a bit if everything and I can't move. So so so good. It only came to 55k as well, which is like £3! Maybe double what food normally is in Indonesia but I had also greedily selected a wide variety of items (see photographic evidence) so that may be why. There needs to be places like this ERRRWHERE. Oh and not for the mild-hearted... A lot of the chow is SPICY!!!

Pros: lots of vegan options

Cons: too many vegan options 😵


Points +347

23 Jan 2017

Pretty good buffet-style restaurant

Busy with locals. A small Chinese health food store inside. Food is buffet-style and mostly lukewarm. Served from bain Maries. When you enter, nobody will tell you what to do so just grab a thali plate and copy everyone else – serve yourself what you want from about 18+ choices. There are staff on hand to help and will explain what the dishes are, although little English is spoken. There is a big bucket of rice and also soya milk and cold sweet tea available – serve yourself style. Once you sit down, a member of staff should come and eye your meal, totting up your choices. Adverts for health products sit under the glass tops of the tables. The eating space is clean but not as “white and bright” as the Loving Hut – this is an everyday dining venue for locals.

As there is no set menu, we just chose whichever dishes we liked the look of from a wide variety of tempeh, tofu, fake meats, cooked greens and even some jackfruit. For example, we chose battered aubergines, green beans with chili, tofu and tomato, tempeh strips with lime leaves, morning glory with fake mince chicken, mild sweet tofu and curried jackfruit. One of us disliked the flavours, the other one enjoyed them. Everything was fresh and some dishes were more spicy than others.

We each chose four dishes and rice and we also had one soya milk and one iced tea. Total cost: 58,653r.

Portion size:
Whatever you make it!

Pros: Wide range , Very cheap , Nice atmosphere

Cons: Food lukewarm , Some dishes better than others...


Points +48

04 May 2016

Awesome lucky find

Found this place on our last night in Medan. We wish we had found it earlier. Buffet was great and the staff lovely. Recommend

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