Thanks to a refurbishment, a revamped menu and extended business hours, Grafa has transformed from a simple suburban cafe that sold cycling merchandise into a full-blown restaurant that’s now one of Subang’s liveliest, most youthful hangouts. The retail section and the eating space coexist harmoniously; pop by to buy bike accessories, then stay for hearty meals that won’t hurt the wallet too much.Grafa_2


The menu features fare that’ll be familiar to fans of William’s of Taman Mayang. Popular choices include spaghetti with seafood and salted egg yolk (RM25).Grafa_3

Grilled Lamb

Similar to William’s, servings at Grafa are Goliath-sized. This grilled lamb with Persian rice (RM45) will feed no fewer than two (even four’s possible).Grafa_4

Monster Burgers

Double-beef, triple-cheese burgers with pastrami (RM25), soft-shell-crab fried rice, chicken kiev, salmon risotto, barbecued beef ribs, mee hoon tomato cili padi and black pepper beef ball soup are among Grafa’s numerous other wide-ranging attractions.



Come in, the coffee’s fine: caffe latte to take the temperature up, affogato to cool things down.Grafa_6


Hello, Ribena Longan, my old friend, I’ve come to drink you up again.Grafa_7


Location and Contact Details:

Grafa at SS15 Subang,

55, SS15/4B, Subang Jaya.

Open daily, noon through 1am.

Tel: 03-5611-7600

Find Grafa’s directory listing here.

No Booze at Grafa

Grafa is a no-liquor restaurant, but no matter; it’s less than a five-minute walk from Grafa to SS15’s long-surviving Allegro Italian establishment.Grafa_8


One of Subang’s best-kept culinary secrets is Allegro’s exquisite zabaglione, masterfully made, lovably laced with Marsala wine. Only RM12.


Allegro’s house-pouring wine clocks in at RM18. Easily, but not eminently, drinkable.Grafa_10

Location and Contact Details:

Allegro Italian Cafe,

11A, 1st Floor, SS15/4, Subang Jaya.

Open weekdays for lunch and dinner, weekends for dinner.

Tel: 03-5631-5682

Find Allegro’s directory listing here.

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