Tujoh at Section 17, Petaling Jaya: Cafe review

With a soaring skylight set over a soothing space, Tujoh’s leafy interior isn’t what you’d expect of a Section 17 shop-house – this PJ neighbourhood’s newest cafe seems set for social media success, a credit to its founders who’ve gone the extra yard.

The menu springs a few surprises too – our favourite order here is the Wafu Hambagu, comprising a chicken patty stuffed with a runny yolk, topped with garlic mashed potatoes and sweet shoyu, a tasty combo that’ll be comfort food for many customers (RM23).

Other competently executed headliners include a riff on beef stroganoff with Asian spices (RM18) and crispy-skinned salmon fillet slathered with creamy mentaiko sauce (RM32), complemented by flat whites (RM10) and hojicha lattes (RM12).

Location & Details

Address: 617 Jalan 17/10, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: Mon-Thurs, 11am-11pm; Fri, 11am-1230am; Sat, 10am-12am; Sun, 10am-10pm.
Tel: +603-7932-3611
Find: View directory for Cafe Tujoh here.

47 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Ruru La Fleur February 18, 2017 Subscriber

    Nor Azilawati cer g try

  2. Shalini Chakravarti Bhowmick February 17, 2017 Subscriber

    Utsov Bhowmick lets go?

  3. Soo Jin Chiam February 16, 2017 Subscriber

    Kathleen Choo recommended to the world?

  4. Lai-Lyn Fong February 16, 2017 Subscriber

    Soo Jin Chiam was this the one you went to?

  5. Laine Goh February 16, 2017 Subscriber

    Chris Mann

  6. Amli Salena Ami February 16, 2017 Subscriber

    Norshazlina Azlan Fara Halina Abdul Halim new makan place after gym

  7. Jayne Voon Phoe Yearn February 15, 2017 Subscriber

    Joey Cheng We can uber.

  8. Eugene Phan February 15, 2017 Subscriber

    Alicia Phan

  9. Stephanie Wong February 15, 2017 Subscriber

    Ponly Loke

    • Ponly Loke February 15, 2017 Subscriber

      u knw i like makan makan ya.. thx babe <3

    • Stephanie Wong February 15, 2017 Subscriber

      we shd go coffee one weekend together lah…

    • Ponly Loke February 15, 2017 Subscriber

      Stephanie Wong bring all d yat chao yi lang together ah? ?

  10. Sharifah Nurzura AlBaiti February 15, 2017 Subscriber

    Haryati Abdul Halim

  11. Asf Azm February 14, 2017 Subscriber

    With all these review…. i think it is godsend if you could tell how easy or hard it is to get parking in the area of the cafe…. case in point… no matter how good is the nasi lemak at the village park uptown damansara…. parking is a nightmare….. i circled the area 3-4 times then i gave up last week…. less stressful to get a so-so nasik lemak at an mediocre place that i can park in front/nearby the place rather than so stressed just to get a parking space…….

    • EatDrink February 15, 2017 Subscriber

      We’ll take that into consideration! As an alternative though, perhaps getting a taxi/Uber/Grab would be worth it for delicious food 😀

  12. Joo Chay Ng February 14, 2017 Subscriber

    Yap Yuen Loo Helen LayKuan
    jio (o^^o)jio

  13. Chen Shen Lew February 14, 2017 Subscriber

    Su-yen Chee not bad wor

  14. Kashini Krishnamurthy February 14, 2017 Subscriber

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    Jeremiah Alexandra George Daniel G’s postcode

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    Wendee Ong Wen Jing

  18. Jenny Jasbeer Kaur February 13, 2017 Subscriber

    Herveen Rekhraj wanna check out huh

  19. Caroline Lai February 13, 2017 Subscriber

    Rani Kaur

  20. Josephine Ng Lee February 13, 2017 Subscriber

    Queenie Yen Siw Kuin

  21. WaiIng Teh February 13, 2017 Subscriber

    Charmaine wanna go here next?

  22. Tracy Loh February 13, 2017 Subscriber

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  23. Esther Seow February 13, 2017 Subscriber

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