Restaurants in CyberJaya – Part 1 – Shaftsbury Square
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You have wide variety of choices in Shaftsbury square from Western cuisines to Chinese, South/North Indian, Malays tastes.
Aroi Thai Boat Noodles – The Boat Noodle restaurant in Cyberjaya which offer every dish for just RM 1.90.
Chat Time –Your after-food beverage 🙂
Dave’s Deli Express – Recently Opened (May 2016)
Kenny Rogers Roasters – Your Roasted Chicken shop
Killiney Kopitiam – Traditional kopitiam-styled service
Kings Confectionary – Bakery people
Ko Hyang Korean Country Delights – First Korean Restaurant in Cyberjaya.
O’Briens Irish Sandwich Café – Irish Sandwich Café lifestyle chain café known for our healthy, freshly made to order sandwiches, salads, wrappos, soups, freshly squeezed juices, refreshing smoothies, gourmet coffees, cakes, Irish snacks and outside catering platters
Pizza Hut – Nothing to explain 🙂
Restaurant Shahnaz Maju – Makak shop
Restoran Alif Maju – Makak shop
Green Banana Leaf – South Indian Restaurant
Roast Kitchen – Another roast chicken rice/duck rice shop
Secret Recipe – Renowned for its extensive range of fine quality gourmet cakes.
Starbucks Coffee – Claiming the highest quality coffee in the world
Tappers Café – Signature Hainanese Chicken Chop, Chicken Parmigiana/Schnitzel, fish and beef burger, and a range of spaghetti options consisting of Olio, Tomato Based and Cream Carbonara.
The Burger Factory – Wide variety of Burgers, Hot Dogs, Pastas and local delights.
Crab Hut – Crab Hut restaurant aims to take crab and seafood dining back to basics by enabling ardent crab and seafood lovers get their hands dirty with their favourite ocean denizens.
Lava Vege Cuisine – (Closed for Renovation)
Restaurant Al-Diwan Middle Eastern Cuisine – (Closed for Renovation)
Restaurant Anggrek Kuring – Indonesian Cuisine – Indonesian cuisine in Malaysia, where food are cooked the traditional way using fresh ingredients, kampung chicken and less oil
Restaurant Rangeela – Pakistani Cuisine – Dishes range from Panipuri to Karhayee and BBQ items
Salam Noodles – North-West China Muslim noodles, rice and roast mutton steak at price ranging from RM2 TO RM8, with FREE FLOWS of cold, iced and warm drinks!
Steam N Grill Burger – Burger Shop
Subway – The healthy point for those health concerned people 🙂
Taiwan House – Taiwanese menu
Anies Bake House – Caters to hotels, cafes, weddings, birthdays, farewell parties, official functions, any occasion or event where our customers desire delicious ‘works of art’ that you can eat.
Doi Chaang Coffee – 100% single-estate Arabica
Kiraku Japanese Restaurant – This fine-dining Japanese cuisine is able to accommodate a total of 265 guests, with 99 guests in its open seating area, whilst its 12 private teppanyaki and dining rooms can cater for groups of 4 to 30 guests.
Volcano Shabu Shabu – Japanese-styled steamboat restaurant offers diners an option to dine a’la carte in one restaurant, or buffet style in another.
Kung Fu Restaurant – Braised Abalone to Claypot Fresh Water Prawn Porridge.
Serai – Authentic Northern cuisine
Monjo Coffee – This coffee house serves single origin Arabica coffee in a roomy, modern interior.
(Picture : www.shaftsburysquare.com.my)