The business is owned by female artist Madhu who is based in Ormoc City. When she was still living in Sagada, she opened a tea shop & art gallery called Cosmic Tea Shop. Upon moving to Ormoc, the business transformed into The Green Kitchen, a vegan kitchen and art gallery in one. She makes the vegan meals herself, ready for delivery to customers.
The Green Kitchen doesn’t use mushrooms, onions, garlic, MSG, meats, seafood, and gluten. To make the healthy meals, Madhu uses Himalayan salt, virgin coco oil, olive oil, organic tofu, and sesame oil. All vegetables and fruits are sourced from local producers’ organic farms.
Personally, I would rather put my money into small businesses if they are selling what I am looking for. I have observed that the quality of their products or service is just as good as those found in the malls, and that customer service is a lot better. I enjoy talking to them as friends, sometimes making requests for future purchases or adjustments in specifications—the feedback is always welcome! Plus, I know that my money will go directly towards expanding their small business or otherwise sending their children to school, buying food for the family, or sustaining their livelihood. And that’s why I will always be a fan of those small shops at the corner.
Photos/Images are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments.
Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments.