A Meal Uninterrupted at grEAT


You know that feeling when you want to eat out but you don’t want to interact with anyone? It’s not that you don’t want to interact at all with people. You just want to be left alone with your thoughts and that’s okay.

You may be feeling as if you have no dining options but now you do!


A grEAT Dining Experience

grEAT prides in their food and impeccable service.  If you look up grEAT on the internet, don’t be surprise to see that there is actually no bad reviews regarding service. That being said, the reason why is just simply because there is no wait staff there to assist you!

grEAT employs the latest Japanese vault technology which uses the self-service approach where you, yes you, go and get your food yourself from the vault. All you need to do is a get the password from the cashier. Simple!


Vegetarian Goodness

Another thing that makes grEAT ‘the’ place for healthy eating is that they serve pretty good vegetarian food. No, we are not referring to how well seasoned it is or how Instagrammable they can be.

As avid meat eaters, we are not too keen with eating a meal made entirely of vegetables but they managed to turn any of cringe-worthy ingredients such as tofu and tempe into something that even a hardcore meat lover could crave!

All of the dishes are carefully curated according to the guide prepared by the restaurant’s very own nutritionists to ensure that every mouthful consumed is not only pleasing to the eyes and tastebuds but also beneficial for your health as well.


Get Your grEAT Fix!

There is much to tell about them but really, it’s best to just experience it for yourself. We suggest you head to One Utama and check it out. You will find that it is convenient, easy and is good money-for-value.

How to get there:

A: 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Lot LG 328, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
M: +603-7733 7744
FB: https://www.facebook.com/greathealthierfastfood

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