Places to Eat in Shah Alam
Places to Eat in Shah Alam 18. April 2017
Indulge yourself in a good meal or simply chill the afternoon away with a good book and coffee. These places in Shah Alam are worth a visit, whether you are a local or visiting.

Lam’s Kitchen

Plaza Jelutong, GL 2, No 1, Persiaran Gerbang Utama, Bukit Jelutong, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel +60 12 329 3286
10am to 9.30pm (Daily)

lam's kitchenLam’s Kitchen is a Chinese restaurant at Plaza Jelutong. Started in January 2013, Lam’s Kitchen serves a host of other dishes, including all kinds of Hong Kong-style roast meats, claypot items, double-boiled soups, one-dish meals and even dim sum. A must-try restaurant especially for those who love Chinese cuisine.

Chemistry Café+Lab

[Permanently Closed]

26 Jalan Kristal J7/J Seksyen 7, Shah Alam, Malaysia
Tel +603 5523 9988
12pm to 1am (Daily) 

Chemistry_Cafe_LabChemistry Café+Lab is the first café that utilizes lab concept in a café. Specialized in coffee and drinks, Chemistry Café also offers a variety of cakes and pastries that are sure to whip out your appetite. Chemistry Café uses a unique lab concept that utilizes lab apparatus instead of normal glasses and cups for customers to experience dining in lab environment. It is just a 10 minutes drive from Concorde Hotel Shah Alam.

Ole-Ole Bali

LG 27, Lower Ground Floor
Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang Jaya, 47500 Selangor
Tel +603 5022 2629
12pm to 10pm, daily

Ole-Ole BaliSavour the essence of Balinese culture with the taste of Balinese cuisine, the lifestyle of Balinese interiors, and the view of Balinese surroundings here. Taste the hot seller Ole Ole Trio, a combination of Ole Ole BBQ Wings, Sate Lilit and Cumi-cumi Goreng served with Sambal Matah, Sambal Terasi and Tartar sauce. Lending an extra “kick” to the meal are the famous Sambal Matah (a mixture of oil with raw shallots, lemongrass, bird’s eye chilli and garlic) and Sambal Terasi (a raw paste consisting of fresh red chilies ground to a paste with salt and dried shrimp paste).

Dancing Fish Malay-Indo Cuisine

[Permanently Closed]
You can still find them at 
Lot T120, 121 & 122 285, 3rd Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel +603 2095 6663
11.30am to 10pm, daily

Dancing Fish was listed in the 2013 Asia’s Top 20 Asia’s Finest Restaurants by The Miele Guide. At Dancing fish, be prepared to be tantalized by their Indonesian cuisine as they are richly flavoured with spices, herbs, and other seasonings, and is guaranteed to awaken your taste buds. It is also a very healthy cuisine, relying on a wide range of
nutrient-rich ingredients including vegetables, grains, fruits, nuts, legumes and fish. The ambiance is laid-back and the combination of modern, sleek elements, coupled with traditional furnishing and artwork, is a stylish and serene dining experience.