Restaurants in Subang Jaya – 412 Restaurants
timsook postedSo so
Ate here before. Did not like the spicy burgers. Very disappointing. Service so so .. but staff friendly. May give it another chance simply because its a pork establishment.
Along a resplendent, raised catwalk sashaying with all the mystique and romance of the Oriental East, feast on masterfully reproduced modern Cantonese delights. Embark on an epicurean journey of diverse ingredients, fresh meats and versatile cooking techniques that have made this particular variety of Chinese cuisine one of the most popular worldwide.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 324 Reviews
Try it out today to know how good it is!
All sushi cost RM2 or RM3 only, except sets.
LoveEatShop94 posted loveeatshop94.blogspot.com 24 ReviewsSuperb
"EAT LIKE A BOSS" This is their tagline of the shop. Pretty interesting, isn't it? I was very happy that I had got invited to review about it and people do really read my blog. *happy* And, today I had visited to here (like finally!! :) ) Sushi Flash is a new Japanese restaurant which started in March 2013 and mainly focuses on serving sushi on conveyor belt. It is located same row with McDonald and beside Face-to-Face Noodle House 面对面. There are colleges and housing areas around and I heard that usually fully seats during weekdays. It is indeed a strategic location to eat Japanese food whenever you feel like it. One of their staffs welcomed and served us. He introduced us their BEST SELLERS at there. When we browsed through the menu, surprisingly, all of the sushi cost RM 2 and RM 3 only (FIXED price)!! This included SALMON (OMG! Where to find this price of sushi??!) and they do have many varieties of sushi, sashimi, handroll, maki, gunkan, and sets (donburi and udon) with this pricing EXCEPT some really expensive dishes such as Unagi (different from Anago) and sea urchin. Definitely a good place to fix your craving! :)
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 519 Reviews
Organic Vegetarian Restaurant in SS18, Subang remains one of the coziest and most accessible spot for a fuss-free dinner back then. The menu features various interesting selection; from noodles and rice, to full blown ‘chu char’ meals and even snacks like sushi, pizza and burgers. Vegetarian-style, of course.