La Juiceria Superfoods

Plant-based Menu La Juiceria Superfoods

Plant-based Menu La Juiceria Superfoods

Monica Tindall


I have been a fan of La Juiceria Superfoods since its inception. With wholesome ingredients and choices for a good variety of dietary preferences, it’s an easy option when looking for meals that nourish and suit many desires. The team’s 2022 mission of making plant-based options the norm only causes me to admire them even more.

Plant-based Menu La Juiceria Superfoods

A key part of the implementation is not penalizing people who choose to eat or drink plant-based by charging them extra. Instead, for example, plant-based milk for drinks comes at no additional charge. The meat-free menu is just as reasonably priced or even less costly than what is currently mainstream. The team strive to bring fair prices to those who are fully committed or newbies trying out a more flexible lifestyle by choosing vegan or vegetarian options. 

Furthermore, customers can now look forward to all smoothies being made on plant-based coconut yoghurt and mylk alternatives. Sauces and dressings are now entirely plant-based, and they’ve bolstered their menu with several more vegan recipes. La Juiceria Superfoods have picked up the locally-made meat alternative by PHUTURE, which promises a bumper number of nutrients and fibre. Already their greens are all pesticide-free. Now you can enjoy the added benefits of going meatless with zero animal hormones, no animal antibiotics, no cholesterol, no trans-fat, and no artificial colouring (and support a local business while doing so too!). 

New Plant-based Meals at La Juiceria Superfoods

As mentioned, we’re regular eaters of La Juiceria Superfoods meat-free menu. Today we test out some new plant-based items and find a good range to select from.

Truffle seems to have been a popular addition, and we find it both in the Truffle Cauliflower Rice Bowl (RM 39.90) and the Truffle Carbonara Pasta (RM 37.90). The former sees the sauce tossed through shredded cauliflower, sauteéd mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, shredded seaweed, fried shallots, spring onions, coriander and red chilli. An omega egg and mixed salad leaves provide a spot of colour on top. The latter is mixed with the carbonara sauce and sauteéd mushrooms, which coats strands of Italian spaghetti. It’s topped with a poached omega egg and an extra sprinkle of parmesan cheese for good measure.

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Truffle Cauliflower Rice Bowl
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Truffle Carbonara Pasta

Avocado also makes several appearances in the new recipes. The Mushroom Asada Avocado Wrap (RM 26.90) is a great lunch choice. The rolled wheat tortilla is loaded with mushroom asada, avocado, Japanese cucumber, tomato, romaine lettuce and seasoned with teriyaki sauce. A little squeeze of the lime caps it all off. 

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Mushroom Asada Avocado Wrap – La Juiceria Superfoods Plant-based Menu

What would weekend brekkies be without Avocado Toast (RM 14.50)? This new inclusion sees two slices of high-fibre bread attractively laid with dual toppings. Both are based on a house-made pesto sauce and sprinkled with sesame seeds, but one has fresh avocado slices and the other a hard-boiled omega egg. 

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Avocado Toast

Perhaps my favourite of the new plant-based items, though, is the Protein Power Bowl 2.0 (RM 26.90). It’s a generous heap of tempeh, mushroom asada, hard-boiled omega egg, Calrose Japanese turmeric rice, roasted pumpkin, steamed broccoli, roasted cauliflower and Japanese cucumber. A keto curry laksa served on the side is absolutely delicious, coating the rice and veg just beautifully.

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Protein Power Bowl 2.0
Plant-based Menu KL
Protein Power Bowl 2.0


Another exciting update, and very much in line with La Juiceria’s mission to make plant-based eating affordable, there is no additional charge for plant milk. Switching to non-dairy traditionally comes with a surcharge of at least RM 2 in most cafes. Here, you can have whatever milk you like without extra cost. The Vatte (RM 12) has long been a favourite for me. It comes with almond milk and two shots of espresso. New to the drinks line-up is the Turmeric Latte (RM 12) and Hot Chocolate (RM 12.50). Opting for oat milk is a no brainer when the price remains the same.

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Vatte – Love this!

Plant-based Menu – Smoothies

Smoothies have also been modernized with the use of coconut yoghurt replacing its dairy counterpart. Now all items in this section are 100% plant-based. No need to sort through lists of ingredients, the team at La Juiceria are revolutionizing their selection.  

New Shots & Jamu

Building on their roots, La Juiceria Superfoods has introduced two new jamus to the drinks menu with Turmeric and Ginger Jamus (both RM 9.99). The first is a sweet blend of turmeric, ginger, orange, wildflower honey and alkaline water. The second combines ginger, wildflower honey and alkaline water. Both are easy and nutritious drinking.

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Cold-pressed Juices & Jamu
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Faves – Always have to order this trio of shots

Reasons to try La Juiceria Superfoods new plant-based menu: great for your health and for the earth; loads of new plant-based recipes; no extra charge for milk alternatives; all sauces and dressings are now plant-based as well as smoothies and juices.  

Order from their website or find them at various locations around the city here.

Find more healthy food suppliers in Malaysia here and stay up-to-date with the latest gourmet and travel recommendations for Malaysia here and here.


  1. The food choices look interesting 🙂

  2. I find this very interesting and I sometimes do a few days of plant-based recipes. I could not do it all the time though I do enjoy meat a couple of times a week! Cheers Diane

  3. This place got a Latin feel, is it Mexican?
    Muy delicioso! Ha ha… How’s my Spanish?
    Will you show us more Latin food in Malaysia in the future?

    I had some cold seafood soup served with savoury popcorn in London before.
    Can’t remember which cuisine was that? Maybe Bolivian? Or Peruvian?

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