5 Best Selection of Food at Sepang, Selangor


State of Selangor is diverse in many ways and is a bustling economic state in Malaysia. With two international airports, Sepang is the town that the airports are in and thus here is a recommendation for travelers seeking gastronomic experience. 

Let's start with breakfast:

1. Restaurant Taman Klasik Rumbia

Starting from as early as 7.00am, Restaurant Taman Klasik Rumbia serves an extensive breakfast menu. Customers can choose from a wide array of food such as Fried Rice, Nasi lemak, Vermicelli soup. A number of side dishes are also available for the  morning  menu  options.  Roti canai   is  available, while pancakes are only available on Fridays.

Address : 286, Jalan Haji Jumani, 43900 Sepang, Selangor

2. PappaGrill Sepang for Lunch

One of the most popular Steakhouse in Kota Warisan Sepang, it offers a mix of both western and local cuisines such as Steak, Nachos, Fish & Chips, Nasi Lemak, and many others. By the restaurant name itself, it looks western because there is a wide selection of steaks 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

3. Teatime at Karyabhara - The Hipster Cafe

The Hipster Cafe, as the name says is a cafe for youngsters serving all sorts of cuisines from local food, spaghetti, coffee, iced drinks, and desserts such as delicious cakes. An all time eating cafe, it serves from breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, Other services can be booked in advance, such as birthday parties, business events, life performances. Hipster Cafe in Karyabhara is also ideal for work from home or study. 

Address: LG05, Menara Shaftsbury Putrajaya, Jalan Alamanda, Presint 1, Putrajaya, Sepang, Selangor

4. Dinner - Utan Cafe

A unique cafe surrounded by greeneries as it is located between three (3) golf courses! Thus it is peaceful, serene with fresh air. For dinner, there are over 50 menus of village cuisines to choose from which with just looking at the menu makes you drooling. The famous signature here is the hot chili fatty acid served with all ranges of meat such as chicken, smoked meat and duck, minced meat, giant lobster and lobster. The other great menus like goat gearbox soup, fish head curry, soy sauce cooked betel nut, tomyam, tempoyak, cooked patin fish, steam cooked sea bass and Chiangrai grilled squid.

Address : Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, 43900 Sepang, Selangor

5. Supper - HM Sri Bagan Sepang

HM Sri Bagan

Why not enjoy a night of soothing sea breeze sitting by the seaside to end your day? You can enjoy your food with the natural sound of waves and the cool wind that will lift your spirits too. There are many ala carte items of seafood to choose from such as the popular Grilled Talapia Fish, Steamed Sea Bass, and the highly praised Petai Shrimp Sambal!

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. The state of Selangor is a leading tourist destination in Malaysia, and the main central hub with lots of tourist attractions nearby. The food selection here is not only to satisfy your appetite so why not do a "Pusing Selangor Dulu!" travel, which is definitely interesting; and start in Sepang as it is the town where two international airports in Malaysia are located in? 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 mask at all times in public, and frequent use of the hand sanitizer. 

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