Saturday, July 31, 2010

New ie Cafe at ie Organic and Healthy Food Centre

ie Cafe which is part of the ie Organic & Heathly Food Centre recently opened its doors for business at the D'Piazza Mall on 9 June 2010. It is the new branch of the original shop in Pulau Tikus.

ie Cafe currently serves organic and healthy set lunch which is available on weekdays (menu changes daily), ala-carte items (fried rice, spaghetti, meesua tao etc.), Easiyo yogurt, afternoon tea sets, fresh juices etc.

ie members enjoy 10% discount.

Open kitchen

According to the menu, intensive heat with high flames destroys nutrients in food especially vitamins B and C thus the reason why ie Cafe has adopted the slow cooking and low fire method.

Set Lunch (RM9.90)

I ordered the set lunch which came with curry chicken (with organic chicken), 8 multigrain rice, stir fried spinach, seaweed tofu soup and sugar cane drink. The set lunch is available from 11am to 2:30pm from Monday to Friday.

Sugar Cane and Soya Milk

Enjoying brisk business during lunch hours


Chicken Spaghetti (RM11.90)

Hubs ordered the chicken spaghetti. All tomato, potato, spaghetti and chicken are organic ingredients.

The menu is rather limited for now but it sure felt good to be eating healthy and wholesome meal.

Organic Mocha Blended (RM8.90)

They whip up pretty awesome mocha blended here. Thick and strong flavours.

This cute little cafe is designed with a semi-cottage feel and is decorated with personal items bought by the owner when travelling overseas.

Kids Corner

We have also tried their afternoon tea set on a different occasion. It is available from 2:30pm to 6:00pm and is priced at RM18.90 for two pax (RM11.90 per pax). The set includes organic tea, homemade biscuits, scones, fruits, sandwiches and cakes.

Wide array of organic and health food products

Organic foods are made in a way that limits the use of synthetic materials during production. For the vast majority of human history, agriculture can be described as organic; only during the 20th century was a large supply of new synthetic chemicals introduced to the food supply. This more recent style of production is referred to as "conventional." Under organic production, the use of conventional non-organic pesticides, insecticides and herbicides is greatly restricted and saved as a last resort. If livestock are involved, they must be reared without the routine use of antibiotics and without the use of growth hormones, and generally fed a healthy diet.[citation needed] In most countries, organic produce may not be genetically modified.

Organic food production is a heavily regulated industry, distinct from private gardening. Currently, the European Union, the United States, Canada, Japan and many other countries require producers to obtain special certification in order to market food as "organic" within their borders. (Source: Wikipedia)

ie Organic and Healthy Food Centre

Wide selection of breads and cakes
ie Cafe at ie Organic and Healthy Food Centre
Address: 70-1-19 & 3-19, D′ Piazza Mall, Jalan Mahsuri, 11950 Bayan Baru, Penang, Malaysia.
Tel: 04-6452079
Opens from 11 am to 8 pm (cafe until 6 pm)
Closed on Sunday


New Kid on the Blog said...

geee... thanks for sharing. didn't know there's one here. :)

Palmo said...

Oh, nice sharing. Guess I'll go there and try the organic food soon.

By the way, have you tried hand-made pasta and pizza at Ecco Cafe? It's at 402, Chulia Street and I love the Trust and banana lassie as well as the thin crispy pizza :)

My Food Fetish said...

Hi Palmo, yes I have tried the food at Ecco Cafe but it was quite some time ago, way before I was even blogging. I can't remember what I ate but I remember they were good. I hear a lot of good things about this cafe.

Anonymous said...

I have try the organic food at D'Piazza nice also but not many choice from menu.

AsiaRediscovery said...

Thanks for sharing great pictures! Our experience agreed that IE Cafe is a great place for kids and family >

When we think of something natural, we thought of IE Cafe :)

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