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vegetarian confinement afternoon tea menu

Afternoon Tea

Delivery Window 1: Between 11am to 1pm


7 Days   RM950

14 Days   RM1900

21 Days   RM2850

28 Days   RM3688


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Delivery Options

  1. Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Dinner delivered during delivery window A
  2. Lunch & Afternoon Tea delivered during delivery window A. Dinner delivered during delivery window B.


  • Delivery options 1 & 2, are dependant on your delivery location 
  • Soup, main dish, vegetable & tea different for lunch and dinner
  • Chinese herbal soups based on your confinement stage

How it works

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Frequently asked questions

What should vegetarian breastfeeding mothers eat to ensure adequate nutrition for their babies?

Breastmilk is important for babies to grow and develop. The macronutrients in breastmilk, including carbohydrates and proteins, and micronutrients such as iron & calcium, are largely unaffected by what the mothers eat. Breastmilk can meet a baby's nutritional needs even when mothers are not taking enough of these nutrients. 

However, in the process of milk secretion, these said nutrients originally stored in the mother's body will be used. Therefore, in order to ensure the healthy growth of baby without sacrificing breastfeeding mothers’ health, mothers who are on a vegetarian diet should consume sufficient vitamin B12, vitamin D, iron, calcium, zinc, folic acid and foods containing DHA (unsaturated fatty acids) during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. 

Can I eat vegetarian confinement meals during confinement? What should a vegetarian eat postpartum?

It’s perfectly safe for mothers to have vegetarian meals during confinement as long as meals are well balanced & nutritious. Nutritionists suggest having a balanced diet with lots of fresh produce (e.g., a rainbow diet) and whole foods to help mothers get the nutrients they need for recovery and for producing sufficient milk supply. 

It is important to note that mothers require two extra servings of protein to recover, heal wounds and increase breast milk production. To ensure sufficient protein intake, we recommend a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet (i.e. not strictly vegetarian, but with dairy and eggs in the diet). If dairy and eggs are not possible to be consumed, mothers should look for other protein sources like tofu, lentils, beans, oats and more. 

The best way for mothers to get all the nutrients they need is by consuming good food sources like nuts, dark green vegetables and fruits. All these items are rich in minerals such as iron and calcium, which will help you recover and keep you healthy. Having your meals with fruits rich in vitamin C can also help your body better absorb calcium and iron.   

Are vegetarian diets OK for babies?

The vegetarian trend is becoming more popular amongst parents. Some of them do it themselves, while others just let their kids eat the same food as they do. However, many elders in the family are worried about how it will impact the child's growth and development as they may not get enough nutrients without meat and fish protein. 

The advice of health experts is that, as long as a balanced diet is maintained that includes all necessary nutrients, babies on a vegetarian diet will grow up healthy. 

Diets for babies only consist of breast milk of vegetarian mothers. Its nutritional composition is the same as that of non-vegetarian mothers. Therefore, all babies who consume breast milk will grow and develop at the same rate. 

6-month old infants are at an age where breast milk or formula can no longer provide all the nutrients needed for growth. To make up for this deficiency in nutrients, we recommend that they start eating a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet or getting the necessary nutrients from other sources.. 

A lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet is a plant-based diet that excludes meat, fish, and poultry but includes dairy and eggs such as chicken eggs, duck eggs, cow's milk, goat's milk, & cheese. 

In addition to protein, babies on a vegetarian diet should also pay attention to their intake of vitamins, iron, calcium, zinc and other micronutrients. 


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