It’s not easy to find a spot that manages to hold its own peace in one of the hottest tourist areas in town, but Namul Vegan manages just that. Being a hop and a skip away from Petaling Street, the air in this quaint cafe envelops you like a warm hug on a rainy day. One can taste the love put into the food too.
I ordered a Nasi Lemak that came with a robust sambal and delicately-flavoured curry, and @elinagives ordered a Dry Pan Mee with well-marinated mushroom chunks. The Teriyaki Tofu was also a good balance of sweet and savoury. For drinks, it was my first time trying a Dalgona Coffee... a bit too sweet for me, but of course it wouldn’t be Dalgona if it wasn’t! and it was a fun experience trying to sip through all that foam to reach the actual coffee.
All in all, a wonderful experience at Namul and my first visit won’t be the last.