My Healthy Cuisine

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )

10, Ground & First Floor, Lorong Pedada 20A, Sibu, Malaysia

私房菜 healthy vegetarian restaurant, est. Jan 2014. Uses brown rice and makes fresh tofu. Avoids mock meats, instead focuses on fresh fruit and vegetables. Upon request, egg can be excluded. On two floors, including a section with zashiki-style table and seating. Directions: 15-minute walk from express bus terminal - exit at Lihua hotel, turn left, cross road & walk on Lorong 7G until roundabout, continue straight as road becomes Jalan Sena, at end turn left onto driveway "Lorong 20A2" that leads to shops, turn right, then left, and it's the third shop. Directions: From town centre, take the Sibujaya bus located opposite the Express Boat Passenger Terminal to the Delta Mall stop - restaurant is diagonally across the road. Open Tue-Sun 10:00am-3:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Pizza, Chinese, Western, Asian, Malaysian

2 Reviews

First Review by junya

really great vibe, and excellent food - Edit

nice selection of dishes, including some cheaper set menus and the best laksa i've had so far. staff are very helpful and a few speak good english so ordering was easy. it's a shame we're only in sibu for one night as i would definitely go back.

Pros: friendly staff, great laksa , chilled atmosphere

Cons: a bit difficult to reach on foot

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Near-bliss Experience - Edit

"Healthy Malaysian food ... is there such a thing?" asked a 2008 article on one of Malaysia's most popular news sites. It should come as no surprise that the cuisine of Malaysia, the world's second largest producer of palm oil, can be a cardiac nightmare. But fortunately, as with other places where heart diseases are the top cause of death, in Malaysia interest in healthy eating is growing strongly. This eatery shows that healthy Malaysian food exists - and can be as tasty as ever.
The menu offers over a dozen set meals, including photos with English descriptions, along with a notice that there's no MSG. There's also an extensive ala carte menu with few photos or English, but the staff was friendly and always ready to help me make the right choices in my quest for the ultimate delight. For weeks, the cordial atmosphere of this family-owned eatery lured me to regularly return to try new dishes (despite the rather remote location), yet I was never disappointed. Laksa, satay, nasi lemak - all the favorites were just as promised: light, not oily or heavily salted, beautifully presented, and wonderfully tasty. My hosts also took me to the next level, introducing me to Sibu's Foochow specialties - kompia (like a mini-bagel) and vegetarian kampua noodles (which are typically made with lard) - along with Borneo's nutritious native vegetables, like "mani cai" (beware: raw juice can be fatally toxic).

All in all, it turned out to be not only a heavenly eating experience, but an outstanding travel highlight.

Updated from previous review on Thursday October 08, 2015

Updated from previous review on Thursday October 08, 2015

Pros: Excelent food, Excellent staff, Excellent atmosphere

Cons: Eggs: vegans take note!, Challenging location, Menu needs a bit of work

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