Running out of ideas for your next meal? Here’s a list of all your MCO food delivery and takeaway services from restaurants and cafes in Subang Jaya.
In our series of #SupportLocal, we take the liberty to help our F&B industry continue to sustain through times of uncertainty. Little by little, you can also do your part by showing some love to your favourite restaurants and cafes in and around your neighbourhood.
Consider yourself lucky, Subang Jaya folks because you have unending choices of bubble teas and yoghurt drinks to keep your cravings satisfied throughout the MCO. You probably also have exhausted your list of favourite takeaways and food deliveries by now.
Just in case you’ve missed some of them, we’ve compiled a useful list of restaurants and cafes in Subang covering everything from crispy fried chicken to fiery ayam geprek, Korean BBQ to Japanese rice bowls and burnt cheesecakes to chocolate mousse pies — all to satisfy your cravings and cure those mood swings.
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(Featured image: Wok It)
Need some superfood to enrich your daily food intake? Get an avocado milkshake that is the perfect meal replacement while giving you all the nutrients like vitamins C, E and B-6, magnesium, beta-carotene and omega-3 fatty acids. You can also get fresh avocados here if you’re thinking of making avocado toasts or guacamole to go with some nachos or chips.
Anything that’s coated with buttermilk tastes extra good. At Buttermilk Kitchen, you get to taste that and more with a selection of indulgent buttermilk dishes in variations like curry, tom yum, salted egg and more. Have the nasi lemak with classic buttermilk chicken with a side of salted egg chakoi (deep-fried crullers or better known as youtiao).
Korean BBQ tonight? Get your share from Da Sa Rang with a wide spread of marinated meats like Dak-Galbi (grilled chicken ribs), Gochujang-Samgyeop-Sal (grilled pork in spicy sauce) and Doenjang-Samgyeop-Sal (grilled sliced pork in soybean paste). Pair them with mains like japchae (stir-fried Korean glass noodles, ddeokbokki (spicy rice cakes), kimchi fried rice, dolsot bibimbap (rice mixed with fresh vegetables in a stone pot) and pa-jeon (korean onion pancake).
Soybean desserts are always a good idea, whether it’s for tea time or as a midnight treat. Get silky smooth Dao Fu Fah with a choice of ginger, brown or white syrup, or two other variations that come with a red bean paste and black sesame paste. For Iftar or sahur, you can also order Dao’s soybean milk or the black soybean milk for a change.
Fat Cat has a good variety of Japanese fusion rice bowls that will leave you spoilt for choices while scrolling through its menu. While we’d recommend the Super Salmon Donburi, first time customers should try the Fei Mao Garlic Chow Fan, Fat Cat’s signature garlic fried rice that’s great to pair with any homemade dishes at home. Add on the Fried Chicken Karaage or some Naughty Fries if you have a rather big appetite.
Fancy a burrito bowl? Or decadent burnt cheesecakes to satisfy your sweet tooth? Then treat yourself with a delicious meal from Garage51. For fitness junkies, there are also prepped meals that are all weighed with calories counts for you to calculate your daily intake.
Butter chicken is easily comfort food for the soul during times of self-isolation. Jibril has several varieties of butter sauce dishes to choose from including chicken, squid and prawn. Besides that, you can also try its pineapple fried rice, Javanese fried noodles or other pasta dishes like the Ramadhan Special Lemak Cili Api Pasta that are only going for RM10 per set especially for Iftar.
For true blue Indonesian food, you can always count of Kotak for its fiery sambal matah and irresistible Ayam Geprek. Much like ayam penget, Kotak’s version is chopped into smaller pieces and tossed in a house specialty sambal chilli — sometimes topped with melted cheese. You can also enjoy other Indonesian classics like Semur Ayam, Chicken Lombok Ijo, Beed Kecap Manis, Mi Sedaap Sambal Hijau Petai and Soto.
If you’re feeling guilty from all the late-night binging and not exercising enough, you can always resort to eating healthy for the rest of the week. At Le Food, you get a variety of healthier alternatives — and even meat-free options. Try its Signature Rendang Lion Mane Mushroom, Seven Wonder Fried Quinoa Bowl and the Teriyaki Mushroom Tofu Bowl with Rice. For something more substantial yet balanced, the Signature Butterfly Pea Nasi Lemak is a good choice too.
Enjoy the juiciest fried chicken in town that’s uniquely pressure-fried only at Nomms. From fried wings to handcrafted burgers and wraps, you can enjoy a scrumptious selection of crunchy meals that comes in multiple choices of flavours — original garlic mayo, spicy curry mayo and the flavour of the month, salted egg. If you want to indulge, have the Double Trouble comprising a piece of hash brown in between fried two boneless thighs, minus the buns.
Craving for cakes? Get your slice of decadent cakes like Hummingbird Cake, Red Velvet, Carrot Walnut, Matcha Cheesecake and Chocolate Mousse Pie from Souka Bakeshop. If you want to get creative in the kitchen or pick up a new skill, Souka also offers baking kits to get you started.
Brought to you by the team behind TTDI’s Frisky Goat, The Foxhole has a great selection of all-day breakfasts to keep you fuelled throughout the day. There’s also a low-card Gym Junkie Brekkie comprising grilled chicken breast, grilled tomatoes and onion-mushroom-cheese omelette for those who want to opt for a more balanced meal. Otherwise, there’s no harm trying the Fried Chicken & Waffles for a quick comforting fix any time of the day.
Enjoy the beautiful umami and wok hei goodness from Wok It with its varied spread of noodles, rice and other dishes to give you the ultimate ‘takeaway’ experience. From kam heong to salted egg, tom yum to green curry, there’s plenty of choices for the entire family. Add on some munchies like the mantou with salted egg chicken or coca-cola wings. You can also build your own stir-fried dish by choosing the noodle, meat and sauces of choice.