Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga Commentary
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Some people find vegetarianism easier than others, and for those others…well, Kechara Oasis is there to help make vegetarianism an [...]
Food blogger Cheng Yi (better known to some as fatboybakes) recently visited Kechara Oasis…
Look who has garnered a favourable mention in an online travel magazine!
Amidst all this World Cup fever, check out what actress Chermaine Poo has to say about Kechara Oasis! I’m not [...]
Tastes just like real fish…beautiful decor…unlike other vegetarian food which is oily…all compliments paid to us by a recent diner [...]
Recent guests at Kechara Oasis Maria Ganga and her husband were so happy with the food, they want to start [...]
Jason Young recently visited Kechara Oasis and blogged about it. Click the image below to see what he has to [...]
I wish to extend my appreciation to all staff and management in the Kechara Oasis for having planned, organised and [...]
Our exciting new menu catches the attention of Malaysia’s most visited food review website FriedChillies.com
Kechara Oasis has once again been making waves in the local food scene, this time appearing in Malaysia’s premier food [...]
While many vegetarian restaurants in town prepares their food based on the local tastebuds and are usually on the lower [...]
Kechara Oasis has received another food review on the blog “My Story”.
A well-known food blog reviews Kechara Oasis’ fare, and is impressed.
One of the food bloggers who visited Kechara Oasis last month has written a review for Kechara Oasis on his [...]
Don't keep us to yourself! Spread the love; spread the Dharma.
If you eat meat and recite mantras, I think the best mantra you should switch to is “Om I Love Vegetarian Diet Hung Phet”
Try this deliciously fresh salad with a bit of crunch to it.
The UN estimates that it would take 40 million tonnes of grain to end extreme hunger. In the West, 540 million tonnes are fed to animals every year.