• The Jujube - Taman Fadason

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  • White Vegetarian

枣子树 vegetarian Chinese restaurant serving many dishes, most of which are rice-based or noodle-based. Vegetarian bak-kut-teh available. Uses egg and dairy in some dishes. Open Tue-Sun 9:00am-10:00pm. Closes alternate Monday.

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5 Reviews

First Review by AndyT


Points +33

28 Dec 2021

Always good and never disappoint

The food quality and taste is consistent and service is great. Their fried rice and fried kuey teow are my favs. We have also tried ginger noodle, rojak, braised tofu and they are all yummy



Points +19

07 Jun 2018

Oriental Vegetarian Meal

Very delicious food. Variety of choice and is comfortable to have meal here. But the parking is a little bigger problem.

Cons: parking is limited


Points +214

05 Jul 2017

food are tasty

the place suitable for solo. it is chinese style restaurant but menu are target on single person. food are tasty anf serve fast.

Pros: tatsty and fast

Cons: the shop are smelly sometimes


Points +264

17 Jan 2016

It's not a VEGAN restaurant

most of the dishes on the menu contains eggs.
so as a vegan I order one without eggs and and the dish came i find out it contained cow milk.
I ordered something else. I don't even remember the dish but it was tasteless (tofu, herb, pasta).

Cons: not a vegan restaurant


Points +2175

20 Apr 2014

Nice Chinese restaurant but not vegan

The Jujube Vegan house is, unfortunately, only vegan in name. They have a number of dishes with egg, dairy and honey. A bit annoying that they would call themselves "Vegan House" without reflecting what this means.

Dishes containing egg are marked in the menu, honey is mentioned in some dishes, and a few contain dairy. To be on the safe side, check with everything you order whether it contains eggs, dairy, honey or mayonnaise.

On the other side, the restaurant offers a number of traditional Chinese and Malay dishes thetntaste well at inexpensive prices. Especially their Bak Kut Teh (Malay for "Bone tea") is quite nice, with lots of mushrooms. They offer vegan Hot Pot and a number of Malay dishes (e.g. nasi Lemak).

Outside seating is available, staff are friendly and the restaurant is quite full normally.

Pros: Good selection, tasty food, Moderate prices, Some Malaysian specialties available

Cons: Vegan only in name :-/

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