5 Local, Fusion & Western Eateries in Cyberjaya (2021)
A quick guide to restaurants that serve Malaysian, western and fusion cuisine in Cyberjaya.
by TSQ Cyberjaya Guide
1 April 2021
When you’re dining with family and friends, and everyone has their own tastes and cravings, it’s not easy to find a place that serves everything (or just about everything). Today we’re going to put the spotlight on a few restaurants with the culinary talent to dish up traditional local Malay dishes as well as Western dishes. All of them are located in Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya. As for MCO 3.0? Not a problem. Home deliveries, curbside pickups and other takeaway methods are all available!
#1 Ema’s Place
Missing Mum’s cooking (or want Mum to suss out the competition)? Ema’s Place serves dishes that remind you of home — sambal udang petai (prawns with stink bean and chilli paste, but please don’t trust the translation), beef rendang, and the popular cucur udang, cucur jagung and cucur ikan bilis. And then there’s fish and chips, which should go well with the restaurant’s quirky set-up with London-themed decor that includes banners with the London Underground map and Union Jack, and Britain’s iconic red telephone box.
Foodmonger, who tells us they’re the home of a thousand flavours in a single place, is one of the eateries facing the main street that causes cars to make a U-turn and make their way to Tamarind Square. Foodmonger offers a cozy food court experience with an impressive variety of dishes — from satay and seafood platters (spilling over with crabs, siakap fish, tiger prawns and more) to everything drenched in cheese and nasi lemak Korea.
#3 Glaze Eatery
With a sign inside that says, “You’re Driving Me Glazy”, how can you resist staple local cuisine in such a charming place? Glaze Eatery aims to provide quality food with the freshest ingredients. Asian selections include the usual suspects like salted egg chicken and butter chicken. For western, they have a great selection of pasta. Try their signature pasta masak lemak chili api. They also have an awesome coffee list, including flavoured coffee like butterscotch coffee and creme brulee coffee.
Simple and inviting in its ambience, come to this restaurant for its classic comfort desserts and hearty delights like daging dendeng — fried beef infused with spices and soy sauce that has a sweet and spicy kick. Burger Dendeng is a burger that comes with this local twist, also made with Herbs & Butter’s handmade toasted milk buns. Craving for laksa? Both Laksa Johor and Laksa Sarawak can be found at this restaurant.
#5 Svart Cafe
Signature dishes come with the name: Chicken Svart, Svart’s Chicken Burger, Svart’s Rib-Eye Steak. There’s also burger with satay for a truly meaty experience. Once dining in is allowed again, make sure you grab a table by the red brick wall to chill out with some alfresco dining. For now, order their special Semibuffet Takeaway that comes with 9 dishes to enjoy your time in.
While we can also rave about the beautiful green oasis that all these restaurants are located in, staying safe is our priority during this pandemic. Keep in mind that MCO details change every few weeks, so always contact the restaurants directly for the latest info.
In line with the Malaysian Government's announcement on the Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0, all forms of social activities and events at Tamarind Square are temporarily suspended until further notice. Suraus will also remain closed throughout this period.