[Up to 73% Off] 3-Course Vegetarian Meal at Bicycle Café Veggie for 1 (RM8) / 2 (RM12) / 4 (RM20) People. From RM5 per person
- Main course of honey tomato, tofu with barbecue sauce, mixed vegetables, vegetarian curry assam fish or vegetarian meat.
- Appetiser of vegetarian satay, fried wontons, wonton soup, salt and pepper tofu puffs, or spring rolls.
- Includes pudding of the day.
- Meal sharing allowed.
- Wi-Fi available.
- Redemption period: Aug 21, 2012 – Oct 21, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Aug 9, 2012 – Oct 20, 2012.
- Min. 1 day prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid 10am – 11pm daily (including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Sharing allowed.
- Dine-in only.
- Pork-free restaurant.
- No service charges or Government tax.
- Valid at Bicycle Café Veggie: 088-448 711 (Call 10am – 10pm daily).
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
Unlike some vegetables that are great at double duties, such as carrots that make good noses and broccolis that stand in for fallen trees, bell peppers make for poor wind-chimes. Today’s Groupon validates vegetables with a healthy three course vegetarian meal from Bicycle Café Veggie in Kota Kinabalu. Choose from:
- Meal for 1 person for RM8 instead of RM18.70
- Meal for 2 people for RM12 instead of RM37.40 (only RM6 per person)
- Meal for 4 people for RM20 instead of RM74.80 (only RM5 per person)
Each person gets:
Healthy vegetarians or rabbits in disguise dine on meals catered to fibre-filled fantasies, with main course choices like honey tomato, tofu, and soy proteins masquerading as meat. Following edible fates, appetisers like vegetarian satay, wontons, or fluffy tofu puffs quickly fall into stomachs lined with vegetables. Good meals end on mischievous notes with sweet puddings, as meals are shared to foster bonding among friends and others.
Bicycle Café Veggie does not serve pork or alcohol on its menu.
Phone: 088-448 711 (Call 10am - 10pm daily).
Cosy environment, very family friendly cafe and reasonably price to suit every vegetarian foodies. – Jul, 2012
– Margaret Chong