Eating well is really not that easy or convenient while traveling.
The shop in Brunei now closes at 9 p.m. By then, most restaurants are closed, or closing. So dinner is tricky.
Had a German potato salad yesterday for lunch. It's more vegetarian than vegan: it has boiled eggs and cold cream and bacon fries in it (shudder). For dinner, at 10 p.m., the only shop still open near my hotel was an Indian place. The kitchen was closed, so only the pre-cooked stuff was available. Had the most spartan dinner in recent memory: dhal and rice. Turns out the Indians call this Dal Baht, and is widely eaten twice a day in India.
This morning, I walked around and found a Chinese vegetarian restaurant near the hotel. Had a passable brunch.
Had sushi later, and went for the the sort of sushi I normally had zero reason to eat: cucumber sushi. Also had a vegetarian sushi wrap that has cucumber, carrots, avocado and mayonaise (alas) in it.
Dinner just now was again at the Indian place. Again the kitchen was closed. This time, they brought out a heaping plate of superlative steaming rice and a big plate of dhal. About twice the volume compared to last night.
Did some groceries during the day so I have fruits and canned beans (baked beans and red bean dessert) in the room.