SS15 Must-Try Food : Top 7 Places for a Happy Tummy

SS15 Must-Try Food : Top 7 Places for a Happy Tummy
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Whether or not you are from Kuala Lumpur, we’re pretty sure that you have heard of Subang Jaya’s SS15 neighbourhood. Why is that area so popular, you may ask? Well, SS15 is very well-known for its bubble tea street, where you can find a whole row of different bubble tea chains to buy from. Not only that, but this area is also a student hub due to its proximity with a few universities.

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However, SS15 has more to offer. Another thing SS15 can pride themselves in is the amount of food they have. It’s like a food haven over there! With all that was said, from the bubble tea street to the student hub and food paradise located here, you should expect a crowded and limited parking space around this area. But, let us give you a list of some mouth-watering food here that will make your visit worth it.

1.         Buttermilk Chicken @ Gold Chili (Pork-Free)

Who doesn’t love a fragrant, buttery and juicy buttermilk chicken for dinner? It’s no surprise that Gold Chili is famous for this dish. The lightly fried chicken is soaked with a generous amount of creamy, sweet and salty butter sauce. With a little extra charge, you can ‘upgrade’ your chicken to a boneless version. If you’d like to try another protein, there is also buttermilk beef and seafood dishes available.

Curious about their other dishes? You can check out their menu here!

Operation Hours:     12pm to 11:30pm (daily)

Address:                    5, Jalan SS 15/8b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

2.         Pork Noodles @ Ooi Noodle House (Non-Halal)

Diners at Ooi Noodle House would be surprised when they order a bowl of pork noodles here. That is because of its generous amount of tasty pork meat given in each bowl. With every order, there is a mixture of minced pork, lean pork slices, intestines, liver and crispy pork lard. You can also add an egg into your dish with an extra charge. Besides that, the highlight of this dish is also the soup. The deeply flavoured pork-based broth is rich in flavour. Diners can also choose what type of noodles they want from yellow mee, ‘mee hoon’ or ‘kuey teow’. Upon order, each bowl is prepared by the owner to preserve its quality. Therefore, diners should expect to wait longer and be patient with the long queue, especially during lunch hour.

Operation Hours:     7:45 am to 4 pm (daily)

Address:                    78, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

3.         Pork Burger @ Burgertory (Non-Halal)

Are you getting bored with having rice for every meal? Why not go for a good burger? Unlike burgers from fast-food chains, burgers at Burgertory will be enough to fill you up and have you in a food coma. The burgers there are packed with thick and juicy patties. You can choose from different proteins of pork, beef, chicken. Not only that, but you can opt for their vegetarian burgers too! Some of the items on their menu come with unique flavours as well. For example, their ‘Skippy Bacon’ burger has Skippy’s peanut butter tucked inside along with the other ingredients.

Want to give this fascinating burger a try? Check out what other burgers they have in store on their Facebook page here.

Operation Hours:     12 pm to 9:30 pm (open daily except for Monday)

Address:                     No. 8A, 1st Floor, Jalan SS15/4D, Subang Jaya, Selangor, 47500. 

4.         Lamb Kabsa Rice @ Oregi Restaurant (Halal)

Oregi Restaurant is a home for authentic Middle Eastern and Western cuisine. This is a good place for lunch, dinner and even late-night supper as well. If you’re planning to visit this eatery, don’t miss out on its Lamb Kabsa Rice. It comes with an Arabic-spiced, braised New Zealand lamb chunks with basmati rice and fresh salad. We recommend diners to try their Middle Eastern cuisine, although they do have a nice mix of Western delights as well. This restaurant serves shisha as well, so you can have a good puff while you’re eating.

For more updates on their opening hours or if you would like to see some pictures of their food, check it out here.

Operation Hours:     4 pm to 12 am (daily)

Address:                    53, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

5.         Rojak @ Rojak & Cendol SS15 (Halal)

The food paradise in SS15 is not complete without mentioning this legendary rojak from Rojak & Cendol SS15. Having operated for over 20 years, the owners of this eatery are incredibly experienced. Diners should go all-out for their rojak which consists of fried beancurd, prawn and dough fritters, cucumber and turnips covered with a delicious spicy nut sauce. With an extra charge, diners can add an egg and squid to their rojak. Do you know what goes best with rojak? It’s the Cendol from the stall beside it, of course. You may have to queue at this sunny, streetside stall for a taste of this dish. But it will be worth it!

Operation Hours:     10:30 am to 7 pm (daily)

Address:                    Jla SS 15/4G, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

6.         Char Siew Fried Rice @ Uncle Soon Fried Rice (Non-Halal)

Uncle Soon Fried Rice is a hawker stall located in Restoran Foh Foh. Famous for their mouth-watering fried rice, this place is flooded with diners, especially during lunchtime. If you’re not in the mood to face the crowd, you can dine here at night instead. A must-try item in this eatery is the Char Siew fried rice. With every order of this particular fried rice, you will be served with a generous amount of Char Siew bits along with the smokiness of the wok hei fried rice, covered with a fried egg on top. This dish will not be complete without their homemade sambal belacan. Expect a burst of local flavour as you visit this place!

Operation Hours:     10:30am to 3pm, 4:30pm to 8:30pm (Weekdays)

                                    12pm to 3pm, 4:30pm to 8:30pm (Weekends)

Address:                    95, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

7.         Tau Fu Fah @ Dao Desserts SS15

How can we miss out on desserts? There are countless dessert shops in SS15. But why not give a traditional style dessert a try? If that’s the case, Dao Desserts is a place worth your visit. Dao specializes in soy-milk based desserts and serves traditional desserts with a twist. Diners at Dao should try their silky smooth bowls of tau fu fah slathered with a sweet syrup base. What makes Dao unique is that it is run by three Ipoh-born siblings whose father has pioneered a beancurd stall in Bercham for more than two decades. Now, this cafe is located in Subang with interior decorations which borrow nostalgic elements from the past. Not only that, Dao uses Canadian soybeans, and everything that is sold at Dao is prepared from scratch daily to ensure freshness. As mentioned, their tau fu fah is a must-try. However, diners can also try their soft serve, soy-milk, red bean paste and tong yuen (glutinous rice balls).

Does this make your mouth water? Then go ahead and give it a try. You can also check out their Facebook page here for more information.

Operation Hours:     11 am to 11 pm (open daily except for Wednesdays)

Address:                    20, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

There you have it! Does this make you want to come back to SS15 for their food paradise? Yes, it can be crowded, and you may need to carpool, but it’s all going to be worth it!

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