Beautiful imaginative meals need not be a luxury these days, especially with the introduction of Food Art Grocery Café in Subang Jaya.

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They go by the motto of how healthy eating is not a short term diet, and it is a long term lifestyle change. As such, they focus on meals with no added MSG and ingredients to form meals which are good for you.

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That is why every single meal that they put out is a feast not just for the body but also for the mind and soul!

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Food Art has plenty of nourishing meals which are good for the body such as their multigrain set meals (RM16.90) which consists of a soup of the day, side dishes, homemade sauce and multigrain rice.

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These filling meals definitely fit in with their Japanese theme of being conscious of the meals we consume.

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As for desserts, there’s the mixed fruits pea yoghurt with honey (RM7.90).

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Who could forget the mixed fruits waffle bowl (RM13.90), which is a hit at Food Art!

Besides all the meals offered here, there are also multigrain drinks (RM6.90), brown rice coffee (RM5.90), vegetable pancakes (RM8.90), kimchi pancakes (RM10.90), mini yoghurt parfaits (RM6.90) and soup of the days (RM12.90).

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On top of all that, Food Art also has a grocery section where you can shop for some healthy goods including noodle packets, sauces and other healthy snacks.

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It’s a good place to stock up on snacks and it’s a great place for home cooks too because practically any sort of healthy ingredient can be found here.

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Food Art & Grocery Café

Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-10pm. (Closed on Mondays).

Address: 15-1, Jalan USJ9/5N, Subang Business Central, Subang Jaya

Website: Food Art & Grocery Café

Tel: 03-8081 9119

Feature Image Credit: 吃货出闸咯, Food Art Grocery Cafe

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