“Pusing Selangor Dulu” and enjoy tasty dishes on your food-hunt to Sepang!
Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.
Of course, the state of Selangor has many interesting sites to see. You can witness for yourself the uniqueness of the state, including its gourmet aspects influenced by various countries and traditions. As a result, Selangor has become a popular tourist destination for its culinary talents, giving guests an unforgettable gastronomic experience!
Breakfast at Restaurant Taman Klasik Rumbia
Restaurant Taman Klasik Rumbia serves an extensive breakfast menu starting at 7:00 am. Customers can choose the food served. Fried rice, nasi lemak, side dishes, and vermicelli soup are among the morning menu options. Alternatively, roti canai is available, while pancakes are only available on Fridays.
Address : 286, Jalan Haji Jumani, 43900 Sepang, Selangor.
Lunch at PappaGrill Sepang
PappaGrill is the most popular steakhouse in Kota Warisan Sepang, offering a variety of western and local cuisines (Steak, Nachos, Nasi Lemak, Fish & Chips & more). It is known as a western dish, as implied by the name of the restaurant. There is a selection of spaghetti, a selection of steaks, fried rice, and a variety of side dishes such as fries, potato wedges, mushroom soup, coleslaw, garlic bread, and more.
Address : No.76, Jalan Warisan Sentral 2 KIP Sentral, Kota Warisan, 43900 Sepang, Selangor.
Teatime at Karyabhara – The Hipster Cafe
Karyabhara – The Hipster Cafe is a shop based in Putrajaya. Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, and Dinner are all available at this Hipster Cafe. Local food, western cuisine, spaghetti, coffee, iced drinks, desserts and more are all on the menu. Birthday parties, business events and live performances are among the services they offer. Hipster Cafe in Karyabhara is ideal for work and study.
Address :LG-05, Menara Shaftsbury Putrajaya, Jalan Alamanda, Presint 1, Putrajaya, Sepang, Selangor.
Dinner at Utan Cafe
Utan Cafe has its own added value as it is located between three golf courses surrounded by green trees and cool air. Not only is the location quite peaceful for dinner, but more than 50 menus of village cuisine are available, making anyone drool. Choose anything from the famous Masak Lemak Cili Api (Bird Eye’s Coconut Chilli Gravy) and Asam Pedas (Spicy Tanmarind Gravy). Utan Cafe and Range also offers other menus such as chicken, smoked meat and duck, minced meat, giant lobster and lobster. That doesn’t include other great menus like goat gearbox soup, fish head curry, soy sauce cooked betel nut, tomyam, tempoyak cooked patin, steam cooked sea bass and Chiangrai grilled squid.
Address : Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, 43900 Sepang, Selangor.
Supper at HM Sri Bagan Sepang Satu
Dining late at night while enjoying the very soothing sea breeze is an ideal way to end your day! The sound of the waves and the cold wind will instantly lift your spirits. You can choose items from the a la carte menu or from the many menu groups! Grilled Talapia Fish, Steamed Sea Bass, and the highly praised Petai Shrimp Sambal are must-try menus!
Address : Bagan Lalang, 43950 Tanjong Sepat, Selangor.
Apart from the places mentioned above, Selangor offers many more interesting restaurants and cafes that you should visit, especially in 2022.
Because the state of Selangor is a leading tourist destination in Malaysia, the food selection in this state is not only to satisfy your appetite but also to satisfy “Pusing Selangor Dulu!” travel itch. Travelling is definitely interesting; so why not start in Sepang?
To maintain the well-being of the public, tourists are reminded to adhere to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set by the Malaysian National Security Council in complying with the National Recovery Plan, such as ensuring social distancing, wearing face masks at all times in public, and frequent use of the hand sanitisers.
You may log on to Tourism Selangor’s official website for inspiration on your travel to Selangor, or follow Tourism Selangor’s official social media accounts; Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and Tourism Selangor’s YouTube channel. #PusingSelangorDulu!