Sepang and its neighbourhood have long been a favourite of Malaysian vacationers thanks to its abundance of unique attractions. The best way to refuel after a day of sightseeing, though, is with a meal at a restaurant. Here are six restaurants in Sepang and her neighbouring townships of Cyberjaya and Putrajaya that you absolutely must try the next time you decide to take a foodie road trip!

1. Senandung Malam Seafood, Bagan Lalang

If you’re looking for cheap seafood, Senandung Malam Seafood is the place to go. This restaurant serves a wide variety of seafood and is located in Bagan Lalang in Sepang, which is only an hour away from Kuala Lumpur. Fish, squid, prawns, cockles, and a number of different species of clams are just some of the seafood options available to customers, who can also choose how they would like it prepared.

Located on the beachfront, Senandung Malam Seafood is a relaxed, al fresco eatery. It opens at 5pm so clients may watch the sunset while dining.

Address: Restoran Senandung Malam Ikan Bakar Wak Sehab Gerai PLB No 1, Bagan Lalang, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor
Phone: 017-343 2908

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2. The Tepen, Cyberjaya

Can’t decide between Italian and Malaysian cuisine? Why not both? The Tepen at Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya, has the best Asian fusion food in town. This restaurant is undoubtedly for those who are looking for something different, serving grilled salmon in their laksa along with classic aglio olio pasta combined with bunga kantan (torch ginger). They also serve white rice in bamboo tubes along with a variety of side dishes and inventive sweets. If you find yourself in Cyberjaya, be sure to check out this restaurant with a retro-esque vibe.

Address: D2, 03 07, Persiaran Multimedia, Tamarind Square, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
Phone: 010-259 6124

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3. Pak Ngah Cyber Kopitiam, Cyberjaya

Want a traditional meal like toast and boiled eggs? Try Pak Ngah Cyber Kopitiam. This Cyberjaya kopitiam dishes up all the classic Malaysian comfort foods, like nasi lemak, asam laksa, and soft-boiled eggs on toast with kaya and butter. Get your day started well with those and a cup of coffee and some traditional kuihs

To appeal to a variety of palates, their menu also includes Western foods like chicken chop, tortillas, and pasta. However, nasi minyak, a typical rice dish served at Malay weddings, is their speciality.

Address: No 8-1 Galleria @ Cyberjaya, Jalan Teknokrat 6, Cyber 5, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
Phone: 03-8322 8109

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4. The Botanist, Cyberjaya

Here’s another beautiful place you can visit while in Cyberjaya. Instagrammers will love The Botanist, a stunning café with a lush tropical atmosphere. Their specialty is gourmet bao burgers, but they also provide a wide variety of other hot food options and beverages, including coffee and tea.

You can also find vegan-friendly dishes on their inclusive menu. To encourage zero-waste awareness in its café, this Tamarind Square restaurant also sells eco-friendly goods like soap without chemicals and plastic-free toothbrushes.

Address: GP3A-03M,LEVEL 3M,Tamarind square, Persiaran Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya

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5. Luck Bros Kopi, KLIA2

Luck Bros Kopi, located in KLIA2, offers freshly brewed coffee, hot meals, and a selection of freshly baked pastries. For those in a hurry, especially when travelling, they offer on-the-go options in addition to serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

One of their specialties is 5 Street Coffee, a blend of five different varieties of coffee from five different states in Malaysia (Johor, Penang, Perak, Melaka, and Kuala Lumpur), and it’s perfect for a group. Its modern interior is also a big draw for people who are into ‘Insta-aesthetics’.

Address: Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2, Unit No. 30,31 & 32 gateway@KLIA2, Terminal KLIA2, KLIA2 Arrival Lane, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 64000 Sepang, Selangor
Phone: 012-610 8856

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6. Restoran Ummi Aisyah, Sepang

Restoran Ummi Aisyah, located in Kota Warisan’s Pusat Perdagangan Warisan Central, is known for its fresh seafood cooked Malay style, including grilled fish, squid, prawn sambal, and siput sedut masak lemak (mud creepers cooked in spicy turmeric and coconut sauce). Beef, lamb, and chicken are also available too for those who don’t enjoy the fruits of the sea.

Even more options exist in the form of ulam (raw veggies) and vegetables prepared in a number of different styles. The Siakap Terbang, a butterflied cut of deep-fried barramundi served with sambal tempoyak and sambal belacan, is the restaurant’s signature dish and a must-order if you’re visiting.

Address: Pusat Perdagangan Warisan Sentral No, 36-G, Jalan Warisan Sentral 2, Kota Warisan, 43900 Sepang, Selangor
Phone: 012-248 5530

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