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Serai Restaurant

G18, Jaya Shopping Centre, Jalan Professor Khoo Kay Kim, Seksyen 14, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

 Serai ⎸This restaurant located at ground floor at Jaya shopping center. This is my first time eating here. This restaurant is authentic traditional Malay cuisine.The food was absolutely wonderful, from preparation to presentation, very pleasing. At first I thought the meal is "biasa-biasa" but then i was really enjoying it.Delicious! The portion of 1 meal is a lot suitable for 2 persons. It was a nice meal but bear in mind that the price of the food here is a bit expensive.

Serai iced tea

Nasi kerabu..Yummy! RM27

Love the interior decorations.Nice and cosy place for a quick meal and friendly banter among friends. If you craving for traditional Malay cuisine you should try this restaurant.

Overall i give

Hi, I’m Nad.Full time librarian and part time blogger, not to mention that I develop S.O.S (save our space) The Digitalization of damaged books.


  1. Yes it is quite expensive.

  2. Menu yang menarik ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

    1. tu la..macam macam ada..rasa nak makan semua je

  3. Kay jaya ye. Shah Alam pun Ada Restoran serai tapi X sure Sama ke x

  4. alamak, terteleng kepala nak tengok gambar menu tu..nampak selesa dan sedap hidangan tu. menu book dia lawaaa

    1. hahhaaha lupa nak rotate gamabar..heheh..kan menu book die cntik..exclusive gitu

  5. deko dia agak menarik.. makanan pun nampak sedap..

    1. sedap kak sha..meh datang sini kite lepak hahah


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