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5 Halal & IG-Worthy Cafes In Cyberjaya That Must Be In Your Cafe-Hopping List

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Siti Aishah Ahmad  •  Oct 01, 2021

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Cyberjaya is a quaint and quiet place that is growing to be more than just a college and ghost town. It's thriving greatly these days with it IG-worthy hangout spots, bookstores and of course, cafes and restaurants! This city, with a science park and bursting with university students is absolutely worth your time to visit. To prepare your journey, here is a list of where you can eat halal and mouth-watering food while taking Instagrammable food pictures in their aesthetically-pleasing venues!

5 Halal Cafes To Visit In Cyberjaya

1. 10 Gram

Credit: @10gramgourmet on Instagram 10 Gram Gourmet started gaining immediate attention after opening its Cyberjaya cafe with its delicious and diverse menu. Poke bowls, steaks, sourdough pizzas, spaghettis, they have it all! They also serve throughout the whole day with their breakfast, brunch and all day menus to meet your foodie needs. You can check out their menu here to find out more! Their brunch menu has this addicting Portobello Mushroom with Scrambled Eggs (RM28) and Smoked Salmon Croissant (RM25). On the other hand, their AM and PM menu also has Baked Cheese Burrito (RM20), Berry-berry Belgium Waffle (RM20), Nasi Goreng Ladang (RM10), and more! Halal-status: Muslim-owned  Opening Hours : 12PM-9PM Address: A-03-05 Block A, Tamarind Square, 63200 Cyberjaya Website | Instagram

2. The Tepen

Credit: @thetepen.my on Instagram Wishing for a place that has Malay cuisine but with a Western twist? The Tepen is your answer! Their Malay-Western hybrid menu includes Salmon Laksa (RM23), Bunga Kantan Aglio Olio (RM18) and Pesto Selasih Pasta (RM22). They also serve this juicy Burger Penyet (Smashed Burger) with a side of potato-ey fries. Desserts like cheesecakes or chocolate cakes are also available at their counter when you're craving for sweets. Halal-status: Muslim-owned Opening Hours: Tues-Sat, 11AM-7PM (closed on Mondays) Address: D2-03-07, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 11 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia Website | Instagram | Facebook

3. Plat du Jour

Credit: @pdj.restaurant on Instagram The name itself says it all! Plat du Jour cooks up only special dishes from its menu and all of them are to die for. They don't just serve French cuisine (try their Crêpes Florentine [RM16.50]) but they also prepare delicious meals like fluffy Hot Pancakes with fresh berries (RM17), Lemongrass Chicken Rice (RM17) and juicy Rib Eye Steak (RM40). Their foods are a bit on the pricey side with the pancakes priced at RM17 and their Eggs Benedict costs RM23 but they're worth it. Halal-status: Halal Opening Hours: Mon-Sat, 11:30AM-10PM (closed on Sundays) Address: Unit G-1, Ground Floor, [email protected], 15, Jalan Teknokrat 6, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor Website | Instagram | Facebook

4. The Botanist Green Cafe

Credit: @smashpop on Instagram True to its name and style, The Botanist Green Cafe is an eco-friendly and garden-themed cafe surrounded by calming plants and natural light from the sun. You will feel calm as soon as you step inside the cafe. The cafe whips up healthy sandwiches and baos with a nice selection of coffee drinks to get you geared up with caffeine. Their bestsellers are the Koko Chicken Bao (RM14), Chicken Sandwich (RM16), and Botanist Big Breakfast (RM31). They also have a special creamy Avocado Toast priced at RM24 and filling Chicken Shakshouka (RM24). Halal-status: No pork and alcohol Opening Hours: Tues-Sun, 8:30AM-4PM (closed on Mondays) Address: GP3A-03M, Level 3M, Tamarind square, Persiaran Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya Instagram | Facebook

5. herbs & butter

Credit: @herbsdanbutter on Instagram herbs & butter is a Muslim-owned restaurant that serves authentic yet bougie Malay and Western cuisine with quality ingredients. They are popular for their Nasi Smoked Butter Beef (RM15) and if you have extra dough to spend, you should try their Sup Merah Lamb Shank (RM40). It's a whole lamb shank braised in Singapore-style broth made from tomatoes, spices and chilies. Laksa fanatics can also enjoy their tasty Laksa Johor (RM17). Halal-status: Muslim-owned Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 12PM-9PM Address: D3-03-15 Block D3 Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 11, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor Instagram | Facebook If you're around Cyberjaya and want to experience good food and peaceful environment, far from the hustle and bustle of the city center, then add these cafes in your cafe-hopping list. For more info about cafes and desserts in KL & Selangor, feast your eyes with these articles: