Cafes in Cyberjaya, Selangor


Cafes in Cyberjaya
Cafes in Cyberjaya for your next brunch excursion
Image adapted from: @alceacafe, @aaput, Bernard Kung & @angietyo

Cyberjaya is filled with countless surprises for those who aren’t aware of what there is to this town other than tech companies and multimedia universities. One of the many attractions here is its buzzing cafe culture that has become a hideaway for many locals and students alike. 

And while you can find trusty franchises here such as Starbucks and San Francisco Coffee, venture to one of the 10 cafes in Cyberjaya that you can’t find outside this town. They have cosy and rustic interiors – perfect if you need a little getaway from the city. 

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1. The Botanist Green Cafe – pao cafe that sells eco-friendly goods


The Botanist Green Cafe interior
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@thebotanistgreencafe

The Botanist Green Cafe is a rustic cafe that serves sesame and charcoal paos with unique fillings. And those who are into waste-free living will be glad to know that there’s also eco-friendly items for sale here.

Paos (RM12/each) here are all organic and homemade, with rendang, fried chicken, or crumbly cheese fillings. Other small, sweeter bites here are brownies (RM7/each), Burnt Cheesecake (RM10/slice), and Banana Bread (RM7/slice). Pair these off with its signature and healthy Blue Pea Tea (RM4), or a cup of Iced White Coffee (RM10).

The Botanist Green Cafe paos
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@thebotanistgreencafe

Don’t leave without checking out the selection of eco-friendly goods. There are botanical soaps (RM28/bar) with lavender and rose scents from Australian vegan brand Church Farm, and Wooden Forks and Spoons (all RM4/each) for sale here. And if you’re a coffee addict, consider getting a reusable travel mug (RM48) that comes in muted shades of blue and green.

 The Botanist Green Cafe eco-friendly goods
Variety of eco-friendly items for sale at The Botanist Green Cafe
Image credit: Tamarind Square 

To encourage greener practices, bring your own container when you’re planning to tapau here and you’ll get a 10% discount off your entire bill. 

Address: GP3A-03M, Level 3M,Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Tues-Fri 12PM-8PM | Sat 10AM-8PM | Sun 10AM-5PM (Closed Mondays)
Website 


2. Monjo Coffee – American diner-style cafe


Monjo Coffee interior
Monjo Coffee is one of several cafes in Cyberjaya for coffee addicts with a unique New York-inspired interior
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@aaput

Tucked away on the 5th floor of a commercial hub, Monjo Cafe serves up classic American diner food and cups of to-go coffee. If you’re a New York aficionado, check out the details in the store that are a shout out to its iconic subway system – subway tiles and a priority seating sign outside its store, as well as subway signs that show you where the counters are inside. 

Monjo Coffee New York features
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@ainamarwani and @arifuddinrahmad

The cafe opens bright and early at 8AM, so early rises can get here early for a hearty plate of English Breakfast (RM19) or Eggs Benedict (RM16) with multigrain bread.

Monjo Coffee breakfast sets
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@angietyo

For lunch, they have a series of pastas and sandwiches available. Order the Crispy Chicken Burger (RM24) that has a little crunch boost with tortilla chips on the side, and American BLT Sandwich (RM23), a classic all-American dish packed with crispy bacon and vegetables.

Monjo Coffee sandwich
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Monjo Coffee

They also have their own house-blend coffee beans. You can taste chocolatey and buttery  notes in their cup of Cafe Latte (RM11.90) or Americano (RM10.90), which you can also get to-go here. 

Address: P5-11 Shaftsbury Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 6, Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8AM-10PM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 03-8689 5208
Website 


3. Herbs and Butter – Malay comfort food in a cosy setting


Herbs and Butter interior
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@herbsandbutter

If you’re in town with a group of friends, check out Herbs and Butter. It’s a cosy Asian and Western cafe known for its affordable platters that serve up to 4 people. It comes in 2 options: Herbs Platter (RM39/2 pax) with Western mains such as parmesan chicken and butter prawn, and Butter Platter (RM29/2 pax) with nasi goreng and kerabu sotong. 

Herbs and Butter mee rebus jawa
Mee Rebus Jawa (RM12) that has noodles, shredded beef, and bean sprouts in a spicy broth
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Ala carte Malay comfort food options are also available here. Laksa Johor (RM15) is a secret family recipe that is topped with homemade sambal and a mix of fresh vegetables. The Soto Ayam (RM12) and Nasi Daging Dendeng (RM12), which comes with keropok belinjau from Indonesia, are also worth trying out here.

Herbs and Butter Ali Bingsu
Don’t miss out on their Ali Bingsu that’s shaved ice with classic cendol toppings
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Once the spice hits, get a bowl of Ali Bingsu (RM15) or Strawberry Bingsu (RM25), which is also possible to share between your group of 2 for its generous portions. 

Address: D3-03-15 Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12PM-10PM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 017-230 4384
Website 


4. Pastribella Bakeshop – bakery opened by Masterchef winner


Pastribella Bakeshop cakes and coffees
There are several dessert cafes in Cyberjaya, and Pastribella Bakeshop happens to be one of them that’s opened by Masterchef Malaysia winner
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@pastribellabakeshop

We can’t get enough of burnt cheesecakes and molten chocolate cakes – and any desserts so good that it rightfully becomes a main. Thankfully, Pastribella Bakeshop has a spread of decadent bakes laid out for you to feast your eyes on. With Masterchef Malaysia’s Season 1 winner Dr. Ezani Monoto at the helm of this store, you’re in for a real treat at this bakery. 

Pastribella Bakeshop interior
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@pastribellabakeshop

As the cakes get switched out daily, you’ll always be in for a surprise. But you can expect staple flavours such as Carrot Cake, Burnt Cheesecake, and Molten Chocolate Cake, and its flourless Pistachio Rose (all RM14 – RM16/slice). Look out for the Fruit Tart Frangipane – it shows up every once and again, and has crumbly pastry and a generous topping of fresh fruits.

Pastribella Bakeshop rice dishes
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@pastribellabakeshop

If you’re still in need of something sweet, go for the Ice Cream Sandwich (RM10) – chocolate cookies sandwiching vanilla ice cream – and Salted Caramel Americano Float (RM11) or Peach Ice Tea Shake (RM8) to quench your thirst.

Address: D3-04-03 Tamarind Square, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12PM-9PM (Closed Mondays)
Telephone: 011-5621 9400
Website 


5. The Tepen – old-school dessert spot


 The Tepen cakes
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@thetepen.my 

The Tepen is another dessert spot in town to add to your list of cafes with old-school aesthetics. They even serve a series of modern Malay and Western dishes to fill you up from Tiffin carriers, such as Laksa Salmon (RM18) and Nasi Bamboo The Tepen (RM22).

But their unique cakes, such as their Chili Chocolate With Raspberry Cake that has just a hint of chili flavour in it and their sweet and decadent Lime Syrup Cake, from RM9/slice, are not to be missed out on here. 

The Tepen interior and food
Cosy spots for you to grab a seat at while you gorge on sweet and savoury dishes
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Their drink menu is also worth your attention. Other than classics like Teh Ais (RM6), try their unique offerings of Kopi Lokal Durian (RM6.50) which comes with just a hint of durian, and Boba Pandan Layer Tea (RM13) that’ll give boba tea lovers a change of scene. 

The Tepen iced drinks
Cool off with their generous cups of Teh Ais, Iced Mocha, and Boba Pandan Layer Tea
Image adapted from: @thetepen.my, @thetepen.my, & @thetepen.my

Address: D2-03-07, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 11, Cyberjaya
Opening hours: 11AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 03-8800 8827
Website 


6. Alcea Cafe – artisanal coffees and dessert waffles


Alcea Cafe interior
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Bernard Kung

Alcea Cafe is known on the block for being a cafe where their menu boasts more drinks than food items. With different brewing techniques and coffee beans that get switched out every week, coffee connoisseurs will find themselves right at home here. 

Some must-trys are Long Black (RM8) to fully tease out the nutty and citrus flavours of the beans. The specialty coffees ranges from RM15 – RM38, with options of single origin coffee beans from Brazil and Ethiopia. For something milkier, get Caffe Latte (RM11) and Flat White (RM12), which you can order cold for an additional RM1. 

Alcea Cafe coffee
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@alceacafe 

Their menu is still slowly expanding, but do look out for their series of waffles. The Classic Waffle (RM10) comes with butter and maple syrup, or have it with a generous dollop of vanilla ice cream, berries and bananas, and maple syrup in the Fruit Basket Waffle (RM18). There are also breakfast options such as Egg on Toast (RM16) and Pancakes (RM10).

Alcea Cafe Fruit Basket Waffle
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@alceacafe

Savoury selections on their menu include Mutton Curry Pasta (RM19) and Seafood Spinach Carbonara (RM23), with healthier options of Basil Tomato Pasta (RM15) and Salad with Sweet and Sour Dressing (RM15). 

Address: D1-03-06, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Sat-Thurs 9AM-7PM (Closed Fridays)
Website 


7. Svart Cafe – industrial cafe with Chinese food


Svart Cafe interior
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@syafiqahamirfirdaus

Many often bemoan the lack of Chinese food options in Cyberjaya. But Svart Cafe happens to have several Chinese food options on their menu, such as Svart Fried Rice (RM16.90) and Sp Seafood Fried Kuay Tiow (RM16.90).

Svart Cafe Seafood Fried Kuey Tiow
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@xwizit

Several Western dishes are also available. Creamy Salmon (RM20.90) with its homemade dill gravy, and classic Seafood Aglio Olio (RM17) are great options to try here. 

Svart Cafe interior
Several lounge areas with comfy leather couches to sip on a coffee and read a book are located around the cafe
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There’s also Student Set Lunch (RM10), where you can choose between 3 of their delicious mains for the promo between 12PM-2.30PM. And it all comes with a choice of free iced tea or rose syrup. 

Address: A-03-08, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 10, 63000 Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12PM-3PM & 5PM-10PM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 03-8322 3577
Website 


8. Plat Du Jour – modern cafeteria-style cafe


Plat du Jour interior
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@miyuki0777

Plat Du Jour is a French meets Malaysian cafe that’s great for those in need of a quick, filling lunch. Their food is served cafeteria-style, so you’ll get to mix and match dishes as you please.

Plat du Jour cafeteria style dining
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Plat Du Jour 

Plat Du Jour translates from French to English as “Dish of the Day” – which is why you won’t see the same dishes offered here with each visit. Check out their Facebook page to see what’s on the menu for the day. 

There’s usually a daily selection of 5 mains, such as Beef Sirloin Steak (RM39.90) and Grilled Chicken Breast (RM24.90), and 7 side dishes, of which you can pick out 2 to go with your main.

Plat du Jour steaks
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Plat Du Jour

But if you do want to find a constant here, their signature Plat du Jour Beef Burger (RM29.90) has homemade beef patty and beef bacon topped with caramelised onion and a side of fries. And add a slice of cake (RM5) as a dessert, with flavours that get switched out daily as well. 

Address: G-1, Kanvas Prima 15, Jalan Teknokrat 6, Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12PM-3PM & 5PM-10PM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 03-8322 3577
Website 


9. Glaze Eatery – affordable lunch sets


Glaze Eatery butter chicken
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@yayayiyo

Never running short of industrial-style cafes in Cyberjaya, Glaze Eatery is another cafe on this list with loft ceilings and cement floors – but with  neon signs bearing inspirational quotes sprinkled throughout its store that is perfect for the ‘Gram. 

Glaze Eatery neon sign
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@smallcamera91

Look out for their affordable lunch and dinner sets (both RM10) from 12PM-2PM and 8PM-10PM while you’re here. The dish of the day changes weekly, but expect generous plates of Butter Chicken (RM13) with thick, creamy buttery gravy, and the just as creamy Salted Egg Chicken (RM14).

Glaze Eatery interior
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@smallcamera91

Set meals also come with free iced tea, but do try their coffee drinks such as Long Black (RM7) or Flat White (RM9). They’re made with a choice of local and international roasters such as Grin Roast and Roots Bangkok

Address: A-03-03A, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 11, Cyberjaya
Opening hours: 8.30AM-11PM, Daily
Telephone: 017-606 6162
Website 


10. Harvest Food and Coffee – cafe with books and board games


Harvest Food and Coffee interior
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If you need more cafes in Cyberjaya to lepak at, check out Harvest Food and Coffee. This homey cafe has comfy dining sofas, a bookshelf filled with English books, and card and board games to play with while you dine on Asian and Western dishes. 

Harvest Food and Coffee books
You can find popular titles from authors like Cecelia Ahern and Stephenie Meyer on the bookshelf
Image credit: Heaw Yu Teng

All American Backyard Burger (RM23.90) and Harvest Pizza (RM18) with baked pepperoni and fresh arugula are some options worth trying. Several vegan dishes are available as well, including Veggie Pizza (RM21.90) and Rice with Kung Pao Vegan Chicken Meat (RM15.90)

For a light drink over a board game or book, the Blueberry Mojito (RM12) mocktail is a great refresher. 

Harvest Food and Coffee nachos

Harvest Food and Coffee also serves Mexican plates for a light snack over your board games
Image credit: @harvestcafecyberjaya

There’s a live band that performs here every Friday and Saturday evenings to add a little more life to your regular night out. Boom, a local band, often swings by with their self-written pop tracks and bluesy cover songs from Daniel Caesar. 

Address: G-11, Block B Lingkaran Cyber Point Barat Neo Cyber, Cyberjaya
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 12PM-12AM | Fri 2:15PM-2:15AM | Sat 2PM-2AM (Closed Sundays)
Telephone: 019-223 9144
Website 


Cafes in Cyberjaya


Cyberjaya may be known as a tech and college town that’s in a little bubble, but there are a ton of hidden gems in this city. It’s no surprise that Cyberjaya has picked up on the cafe trend with dessert and brunch spots, and coffee-specialty cafes in Cyberjaya that are worth stopping by for.

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