Restaurants in Subang Jaya come in a great selection. Having undergone rapid development over the years, Subang Jaya now houses some excellent restaurants and unique cafes. The bustling township in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur is also filled with countless attractions and massive shopping malls with considerably less traffic congestion than the city centre. Burger joints are aplenty in Subang Jaya, particularly in SS 15 (Section 15) where large crowds of college students and professionals go to unwind after a busy day.

    Offering truly distinctive gastronomic experiences, no 2 restaurants are the same, so make sure you have a healthy appetite and dine at our top restaurants in Subang Jaya, many of which – as you'll see – have scored highly in our books for their huge portion sizes and excellent value for money.



    One of Subang Jaya's top burger joints

    Burgertory in Subang Jaya is one of the vibrant burger joints that are incredibly popular among Kuala Lumpur's urban youths. It serves up a wide selection of deliciously indulgent pork, beef and vegetarian burgers – all of which are handmade, of course.

    Choosing a favourite from Burgertory's menu can be a daunting task, but the Swine Bacon and Cheese burger has to be one of the must-tries. The thick 100% premium pork patty is almost perfect in terms of juiciness and flavour, while the two strips of bacon and melted cheddar cheese enhance both the taste and calorie count.

    Location: 8, Jalan SS 15/4d, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    Open: Tuesday–Sunday from noon to 9.30 pm (closed on Mondays)

    Phone: +60 (0)3-7498 1811


    Jibby & Co

    Asian fusion delights

    Jibby & Co is a 2-storey establishment with a distinctive architectural design, resembling that of a greenhouse. You can find it just outside the Empire Shopping Gallery. Upon entering this restaurant, diners are greeted with light bulbs hanging from the high ceiling, colourful potted plants on communal tables, and massive glass windows that provide plenty of natural light.

    Perfect for weekend brunches with the family, we recommend the Chic Breakie – a flavorful dish consisting of poached eggs, crispy hash browns, smoked salmon, salmon roe, corn, zucchini, and hollandaise sauce. Diners with bigger appetites will revel in the Three Layer Lasagna, a hefty portion of beef, mushrooms, Roma tomatoes, and basil sauce. Lastly, the creamy yet refreshing Banoffee Pie shake makes a great thirst quencher.

    Location: GK-11, Ground Floor, Empire Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS 16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    Open: Daily from 8.30 am to 10.30 pm

    Phone: +60 (0)3-5613 7070


    95 Degres Art Cafe

    For freshly-brewed Aussie coffee

    95 Degres Art Cafe is an Australian-inspired cafe located in Subang Jaya, serving freshly-brewed coffee using quality beans from Australia (Duke’s Espresso Blend), Ethiopia, and Colombia. The cafe is divided into 2 sections, with its alfresco dining area overlooking the bustling SS15 area. Despite the busy surroundings, diners can relax in the garden-like setting, with wooden furnishings, hanging greenery, and colourful pillows.

    For brunch lovers, there is an array of beautifully-presented dishes available, such as Aussie Baked Eggs (served with baguette) and Avo Mash (avocado, poached eggs, feta, and salsa verde on sourdough). The lunch menu consists of pasta, salads, and rice bowls.

    Location: 1st Floor, 112, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    Open: Tuesday–Friday from 11.30 am to 8 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm (closed on Mondays)

    Phone: +60 (0)10-295 9637


    The Carpenter's Daughter

    Breakfasts and coffee in Subang Jaya

    The Carpenter’s Daughter is a bakery-cum-cafe that offers a wide array of organic breads, freshly baked cakes, and pastries, with a sufficient Western menu. Ordering a plateful of bread is a common sight in The Carpenter’s Daughter, as it gives diners the chance to sample a good range of focaccia, ciabatta, batard, sourdough, whole wheat, and 7-grain.

    Completely organic with no additives or preservatives, the dough is hand-shaped in small batches, while the longer fermentation time produces a more intense taste and texture. We also recommend complementing the bread platter with a side of shepherd’s pie or beef Bolognese (with homemade tomato sauce). For the early birds, The Carpenter's Daughter also offers a breakfast menu of Eggs Benedict, French toast, and omelette until 11.30 am.

    Location: Subang Business Centre, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 10 pm

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