Food In Subang Jaya

Give the food in Subang Jaya a chance if you’re in the area or just passing through. As Subang Jaya is a foodie haven brimming with mouthwatering food choices offering great value for money.

There’s a lot of tasty food but also different cuisines available like western food, Japanese cuisine, and Korean fanfare as well as local delights.

Not sure where to dine out? Eyeball our list for some of the best digs in Subang Jaya that will leave you salivating for more!

17 Best Food In Subang Jaya, Selangor

1. Uncle Soon Fried Rice

A ubiquitous dish that is a go-to for many when you don’t know what to eat, Uncle Soon Fried Rice serves fragrant fried rice that’s extremely crowd-pleasing. In fact, the crowd peaks during lunchtime.

As this restaurant in Subang Jaya has a reputation for wok-fried fried rice sprinkled with char siu (roasted pork), shrimp, or a combination of both.

Signature Fried Rice At Uncle Soon Fried Rice
Signature Fried Rice At Uncle Soon Fried Rice – Photo credits to honeybuttermarshmallow (Instagram)

Aromatically flavored with robust wok-hei, both their bulls-eye fried egg and spicy rendition of the dish are pretty popular.

Previously located at Subang SS15, the new location of Uncle Soon Fried Rice is clean and pleasant with additional seating space along the building’s spacious walkway.

Above all, expect prompt service even at peak hours, plus ample parking in the basement of Subang Square.

2. RATA Restaurant @ SS15 Subang Jaya

Storefront And Exterior Of RATA Restaurant
Storefront And Exterior Of RATA Restaurant – Photo credits to chun_hean82 (Instagram)

If you’re craving for Western-Asian fusion food in a classy setting, head over to RATA Restaurant as it seldom disappoints. Their 14-inch pizzas may sound hefty at RM35, but trust in their fine taste:

The Lamb Ragout & Mango Chutney Pizza is bound to pique your interest. It’s a flavorful step-up from the likes of other pizza chain stores.

Assorted Menu Items At RATA Restaurant
Assorted Menu Items At RATA Restaurant – Photo credits to rata_subang (Instagram)

Don’t forget to try their Masala And Pesto Pizza too for a unique taste that’s hard to come by.

While their pizzas are sterling favorites, do make space for other local delights like the Mee Goreng and Nasi Lemak Sambal Udang too.

Another crowd-pleaser worth digging into is their Grilled Cheese Sandwich served with delectable potato wedges on the sides.

3. Jyu Raku

Revered for their Japanese bento sets and diverse selection of sashimi, Jyu Raku serves authentic Japanese food. So Japanese cuisine connoisseurs should take note of this restaurant in Subang Jaya.

Japanese Bento Sets At Jyu Raku
Japanese Bento Sets At Jyu Raku – Photo credits to mycookingman (Instagram)

Hot on their list is the Salmon Sanshumori that’s generously thick and ocean-fresh. Beef lovers are in for a delight too for their Teppanyaki Beef boasts a homemade butter concoction that is tastefully divine!

Sashimi Set At Jya Raku
Sashimi Set At Jya Raku – Photo credits to kldelish.food (Instagram)

And along with an extensive drink menu that includes sake, Japanese beer, and a separate wine list, you’ll find coffee too – which is a rare for Japanese restaurants.

On weekends, it’s best to make a reservation in advance. Prices at Jya Raku lean towards the premium end but the quality food makes up for the cost.

4. Restoran Gold Chilli

Restauran Gold Chilli serves up a delish meal of sinful indulgence in their buttermilk and salted egg chicken.

With nearly every table ordering these dishes, you’re almost assured of a winning meal that’s yummy to the last bite.

Other than these dishes, sink your teeth into the toothsome Beef Fried Rice and Salted Egg Squid,besides the aluminum-grilled sambal sotong (spicy squid) that packs quite a punch.

Buttermilk Chicken, Fried Squid & Fried Rice At Restoran Gold Chili
Buttermilk Chicken, Fried Squid & Fried Rice At Restoran Gold Chili – Photo credits to khyethefoodie (Instagram)

As space is limited, the crowd builds up quickly especially during lunch hour. Nevertheless, the service is still first-class and food is usually served within 10 minutes.

5. Burgertory

This hole-in-a-wall burger joint in Subang Jaya showcases top-notch burgers with varieties of cuts and side dishes to make a sumptuous meal.

And meat eaters will swoon over Burgertory for their fine and wide selection of pork, chicken, and beef burgers.

Different Burgers Available At Burgertory
Different Burgers Available At Burgertory – Photo credits to burgertory.my (Instagram)

Highly recommended is the ‘bacon madness’ burger that combines the rich flavors of the pork patty, bacon streaks, and sauces with perfection. Topping it off is a decadent mass of creamy mashed potatoes that make an excellent side dish.

For lighter bites, opt for seasonal favorites like the Fortune Burger, which features a divine pairing of bak kwa (sweet roasted meat) and chicken floss.

There is beer here too, so Burgertory is an ideal grub location with friends on a night out!

6. Jibby & Co

Interior of Jibby _ Co
Interior of Jibby _ Co – Photo credits to msmamma00 (Instagram)

If you’re yearning for quintessential Melbourne flavors and artisan vibes that remind you of the metropolitan city, Jibby & Co promises that.

Inspired by Chef Najib Hamid’s time in Australia, this picturesque and comfortable restaurant opens up to stylish wooden furnishings with industrial piping lending a sense of ruggedness.

Food-wise, you’ll find a treasure trove of delectable Asian Fusion food too – ranging from sweet potato fries, Big Daddy Pizza, and the Jibby Platter catering to a diverse palate.

Western Style Mains At Jibby Co
Western Style Mains At Jibby Co – Photo credits to whatyouwantoeatlater (Instagram)
Big Daddy Pizza At Jibby _ Co
Big Daddy Pizza At Jibby _ Co – Photo credits to inn.foodie.inn (Instagram)

Prices are a little steep. But this is definitely good quality cafe food!

7. Buttermilk Kitchen

True to its name, Buttermilk Kitchen specializes in buttermilk dishes that go well with chicken, squid, and other meats.

A highly popular dish is the nasi lemak butter fried chicken and nasi goreng butter-fried squid where the meat is cooked to crunchy perfection.

Another top seller is none other than the salted egg chicken with nasi lemak that has a lovely dose of creamy egg sauce.

Unique Buttermilk Dishes At Buttermilk Kitchen
Unique Buttermilk Dishes At Buttermilk Kitchen – Photo credits to ereen.foodiary (Instagram)

They have unusual fried breakfast treats on the menu too – the salted egg cakoi and Choco Cakoi which are also a hit among patrons.

Throw in generous servings and prompt service, Buttermilk Kitchen is one of the best cafes in Subang Jaya for unique and delectable comfort food.

8. NOMMS Pressure Fried Fried Chicken (SS15)

Sink your teeth into crunchy fried chicken that crackles and crunches! And the fried chicken is juicy on the inside and pairs like a match made in heaven with their spicy volcano sauce.

Be it the original flavor, spicy or salted egg version, devour these fried chicken variants in the form of a burger, pasta, wrap, nasi lemak, or just on their own.

Signature Fried Chicken At NOMMS Pressure Fried Fried Chicken
Signature Fried Chicken At NOMMS Pressure Fried Fried Chicken – Photo credits to critzspoteats (Instagram)

Aside from the superb taste and texture of their chicken,you can dine in comfortable environment at NOMMS Pressure Fried Fried Chicken.

And since it is also affordably priced, this Subang Jaya cafe is one of the best-kept gourmet secrets waiting to be discovered.

9. Sumi-Ka

On the first floor above Tien Tien Yoghurt Café, Sumi-Ka is a non-descript Yakitori bar that features grill meats rivaling bona fide Japanese restaurants.

Under the supervision of a true-blue Japanese chef, the grilling of the meat is such that it is tender yet not overcooked.

Chef Working The Grill At Sumi-Ka
Chef Working The Grill At Sumi-Ka – Photo credits to stralingen (Instagram)

If you do prefer your meat slightly charred, make a special request so that the chef can prepare your meal accordingly.

Because you’ll be dining in an enclosed air-conditioned room, be prepared to smell a little “smoked” after your visit here.

Grilled Food At Sumi-Ka
Grilled Food At Sumi-Ka – Photo credits to furusawa48 (Instagram)

The atmosphere is quite lively and may not be suitable for any intimate conversations either. This restaurant in Subang Jaya is perpetually crowded so don’t bother trying your luck without a reservation.

10. Lian Heng Pan Mee

Tuck in on hand-rolled noodles with a savory anchovy broth at Lian Heng Pan Mee. They do offer some of the best pan mee in this side of town.

Available in a soupy or dry version, each bowl of pan mee has delightful portions of anchovies and minced meat.

Dried Version Of Pan Mee At Lian Heng Pan Mee
Dried Version Of Pan Mee At Lian Heng Pan Mee – Photo credits to hype_mystyle (Instagram)
Pan Mee Soup At Lian Heng Pan Mee
Pan Mee Soup At Lian Heng Pan Mee – Photo credits to zzanggapw (Instagram)

The well-flavored anchovy soup completes the hand-tear noodles thus it is a nostalgic comfort food for many.

Add a dash of their signature sambal belacan for a lingering spice!

11. Restoran Meisek

If you’re on a hunt for hawker fanfare in Subang Jaya, try Restoran Meisek at USJ 14.

This kopitiam is the go-to place for the most authentic Sarawak Ko Lo noodles and Sarawak Laksa in the neighborhood.

Authentic Sarawak Kolomee At Restoran Meisek
Authentic Sarawak Kolomee At Restoran Meisek – Photo credits to ooiming (Instagram)

It is manned by an elderly native Sarawak couple. And the queue is usually long but worth it!

Other delicious meals here include chicken rice, aromatic char kuay teow,  and their super kaw “thick” coffee that packs the right balance of bitter, sweet, and robustness.

Char Kuay Teow At Restoran Meisek
Char Kuay Teow At Restoran Meisek – Photo credits to mhsuhuey (Instagram)

Especially for the local community in USJ, Restoran Meisek offers a good mix of breakfast and lunch delights, with their Hainanese kaya-butter toast another crowd-pleaser too.

12. Rojak SS15 Subang Jaya

The once famous rojak truck now has permanent footing in a corner lot in Subang Jaya!

Rojak SS15 Subang Jaya serves a generational heritage rendition of pasembur that has sliced fresh cucumber, turnip, hard-boiled egg, and crispy prawn fritters topped with sweet peanut sauce.

For a more filling meal, you can add on squid for added zest too.

Rojak Salad At Rojak SS15 Subang Jaya
Rojak Salad At Rojak SS15 Subang Jaya – Photo credits to ethisa_eats (Instagram)

Apart from their rojak pasembur,  the cendol and ais kacang are crowd favorites too.

Alternatively, you can wash it all down with coconut water or have fried snacks like fried onions, vadai, or boiled chickpeas too.

It costs RM5.50 for a regular portion of rojak and RM6.50 for rojak with squid, hence the reasonable pricing makes Rojak SS15 in Subang Jaya a favored watering hole for students and the business community surrounding it.

13. Lim Fried Chicken @ Subang Jaya

KFC goers will relish in a new alternative with LFC dishing up excellent crispy fried chicken too!

Lim Fried Chicken is synonymous with huge and crunchy chicken portions that are packed with flavor. Inside, the flesh is well done despite the size of the chicken chunks. And they still retain their juicy and tender texture.

Curry Chee Cheong Fun with Fried Chicken At Lim Fried Chicken
Curry Chee Cheong Fun with Fried Chicken At Lim Fried Chicken – Photo credits to trytrymakan (Instagram)

No doubt, the best part of their fried chicken has to be the crispy skin that is well-padded with a thin layer of fat that melts with each bite.

Furthermore, each piece of Lim Fried Chicken comes with steaming rice, veggies, and a good splash of watery curry and sweet sambal.

Plate Of Fried Chicken And Rice With Vegetables And A Sunny Side Up At Lim Fried Chicken @ Subang Jaya
Plate Of Fried Chicken And Rice With Vegetables And A Sunny Side Up At Lim Fried Chicken @ Subang Jaya Photo credits to cc.foodstep (Instagram)

At only RM 12, it’s a reasonably priced meal that’s a worthy of the occasional indulgence.

14. Dáo Desserts SS15

For healthy soy-based desserts that you can heap on, there is Dao Desserts which serves innovative treats steep on taste too.

Dao Desserts has roots in Ipoh originating from a shop named Weong Kee Bean Curd that specializes insoy milk desserts and drinks

So not surprisingly, the dessert shop in Subang Jaya is popular for its tau fu fah (soybean silky pudding) with black sesame paste (Dao Panda) or red bean paste (Dao Red).

Smooth Tau Fu Fah With Pumpkin Tongyuen At Dao Desserts SS15
Smooth Tau Fu Fah With Pumpkin Tongyuen At Dao Desserts SS15 – Photo credits to thestuffedowl (Instagram)

But if you’re craving cool treats, don’t leave without trying the Dao Dessert’s shaved ice. The ginger, chrysanthemum, and lemon variant all taste refreshingly good and are pretty with tong yuen and syrup on the sides too.

Sundáo Cup With Cincau And Tongyuen At Dao Desserts SS15
Sundáo Cup With Cincau And Tongyuen At Dao Desserts SS15 – Photo credits to teholimauaiss (Instagram)

The cafe itself is gorgeously Instagrammable with murals of Ipoh and a colorful atmosphere with friendly staff as well.

15. Cor Blimey! British Fish & Chips (Subang Jaya)

As one of the finest British fish and chips restaurants in Subang Jaya, Cor Blimey! presents diners with a tasty selection of crispy fried fish with side condiments.

The seafood chowder platter and fish and chips with haddock and cod are main menu highlights. Coated with thick batter and well-seasoned fresh fish, the end product is crispy and delicious!

Fish And Chips With A Possible Side Dishes At Cor Blimey! British Fish And Chips
Fish And Chips With A Possible Side Dishes At Cor Blimey! British Fish And Chips – Photo credits to corblimey_britishfishnchips (Instagram)

While the fried fish is oily, it pairs well with lemonade for a refreshing end to a gluttonous meal.

Moreover, side dishes like chips and mash potatoes are a bit of a hit and miss, but the coleslaw is a winner as it’s delightfully fresh and savory at the same time.

16. Beef Bowl ss15

It’s hard to fault Beef Bowl SS15 for their comforting meals. They serve slurp-worthy thick beef broth that warms up the tummy.

Close Up Of Beef Noodle Soup At Beef Bowl SS15
Close Up Of Beef Noodle Soup At Beef Bowl SS15 – Photo credits to munchwithnise (Instagram)

And since it is low on artificial flavoring and high on natural meat taste, you’ll find yourself polishing up every morsel served in the bowl.

The noodle broth braised in beef is robustly flavorful and loaded with tender meat chunks and hearty undertones of garlic.

Alternatively, give the Beef Noodle in Thai Style a try too, or chicken broth noodle soup if you’re averse to beef.

Beef Noodle Soup At Beef Bowl SS15
Beef Noodle Soup At Beef Bowl SS15 – Photo credits to jasonatethis (Instagram)

Not many tables fill this space. So be prepared to wait for a seat especially during peak periods.

17. The Toast House 多士號 @ SS15

Experience lite bites and an array of Taiwanese breakfast food at The Toast House @ SS15.

Toast And Fries At The Toast House
Toast And Fries At The Toast House – Photo credits to thetoasthouse.malaysia (Instagram)

This chic Taiwanese café in Subang Jaya has authentic charcoal-grilled toasts and innovative scallion pancakes.

Top-notch presentation amps up the drool factor with pretty plating of rice dishes in food canisters and hearty burgers served on pseudo-wooden plates.

Crispy Fish Bento Set At The Toast House
Crispy Fish Bento Set At The Toast House – Photo credits to thetoasthouse.malaysia (Instagram)

The artsy wall décor and a soothing ambiance together with the delish and satisfying breakfast sets makes this café worth beating through the crowd .

Conclusion

See 17 options of the best food in Subang Jaya – a melting pot of diverse food appealing to all walks of life.

From down-to-earth Kopitiam to upscale Japanese restaurants and soupy comfort food, Subang Jaya makes an ideal place to go café hopping from dawn to dusk.

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