Putrajaya Tour: Places to Eat in Putrajaya

When one thinks of Putrajaya, one would carry with them that the one common notion about Putrajaya is that it is outrageously far away, and many would avoid having to go over as much as possible. While it may be true that Putrajaya is a very government-oriented location.

There are still places for entertainment and food. If you ever find yourself in Putrajaya and you are looking for places where you can chill and have good food, here is a list of 10 Putrajaya restaurant and cafés that you can go.

#1. Latest Recipe, Le Meridien Putrajaya

The hotel’s all-day dining restaurant that combines a vibrant dining atmosphere with fantastic flavours. Watch passionate chefs get inspired by fresh local ingredients and pay homage to Malaysian food using age-old recipes with a modern twist to deliver authentic flavours.

The restaurant has five distinct open kitchens: Malay, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Western preparing fresh food all day long.

#2. Zest Restaurant, Marriot Hotel Putrajaya

The spread on offer is a mix of local and international delights, from Asian fare like satay, curries and noodles to middle eastern and Tex-Mex fusion dishes. Located at Marriott Putrajaya, the restaurant’s spreads change themes every day, so returning diners will get to try something different.

This restaurant operates 24 hours, so you can eat at literally any time of the day.

#3. Ayer@8, Precint 8 Putrajaya

The Waterfront Hub for Business and Leisure at Putrajaya inspired by Venice, Italy. They called it Ayer@8. It’s a little hidden from the main road. People said, the name is because it’s located at waterfront (Ayer) and in Precint 8. Some of the popular restaurant here are:-

Serabei Café

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (10am – 10pm)
  • Address: A2-3-GA, Ayer@8, Jalan P8 G/13, Presint 8, Putrajaya, 62000
  • Tel: 012 958 1056

Thai Tomyam Kung Restaurant

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (7am – 12pm)
  • Address: Jalan P8G, Presint 8, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
  • Tel: 03-8861 5876

Balqis Restaurant

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (11am – 11.45pm)
  • Address: A1-G-1 Ayer@8, Precinct 8, Putrajaya
  • Tel: 03 8861 3170

#4. Umai Café

Umai Café is the representative of the Malaysian local culture while also adopting a rather modern outlook with regards to the design and environment.

Placed at the edge of the serene Putrajaya lake, this café is perfect for those who are seeking a relaxing and natural environment.

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (9am – 11pm)
  • Address: Jalan P8e2/10, Presint 2, 62100 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
  • Tel: 012 239 6118

#5. Pasar Tani Precint 2 Putrajaya

The market, like all other day market sells food, drinks, toys, clothes and fresh produce. It is open from 3pm-10pm on Tuesdays and Fridays only. Located on the ground floor next to Palace of Justice Putrajaya. It is an easily accessible location.

#6. Food Court Putrajaya (Precint 9, 14, 11, 8, 16)

A food court is generally an indoor plaza or common area within a facility that is contiguous with the counters of multiple food vendors and provides a common area for self-serve dinner.

Food courts consist of a number of vendors at food stalls or service counters. Meals are ordered at one of the vendors and then carried to a common dining area.

#7. Selera Putra Food Court, Dataran Putra Putrajaya

Cosmopolitan dining in Putrajaya comes in the form of the Selera Putra food hall which is located at the Promenade, Dataran Putra in Precinct 1.

The food hall which is flanked by Masjid Putra, offers a wide variety of international and local delights to tempt your palate. The food court can accomodate 800 diners at any one time.

List of stalls serving variety of foods are as follows: San Francisco Coffee, Hameed Nasi Kandar, Dim Sum & Dessert, La Cucur, Nando’s, Rain Nudle House, Kelantan Delights Noodle House, Jagung Manis (Kiosk), Chicken Rice

#8. Kelab Tasik Putrajaya

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For some local style western food, you may dine at the Kelab Tasik Putrajaya. Here they serve oriental chicken chop, lamb chop, spaghetti bolognese, fettuccini carbonara, clam chowder soup and many other cuisines.

This is actually a club for boating enthusiasts, with excellent dining experience and live entertainment as well. You may find it at Precinct 8, Putrajaya.

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (8am – 10pm)
  • Address: 2, Jalan P8, Presint 8, 62250 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
  • Tel: 03-8889 5008

#9. Summer Palace, Marriot Hotel Putrajaya

This Chinese restaurant serves dim sum buffet, sautéed prawns with cream and butter, pan-fried rack of lamb, roasted Peking duck and many more. Visitors who wish to savor some Chinese cuisine must come by to try out the wonderful selection of Chinese dishes available.

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (11.30am-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10pm)
  • Address: Marriot Hotel Putrajaya, IOI Resort City
  • Tel: 03-8949 8888

#10. Rasa Food Arena, Alamanda Putrajaya

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday (10am-10pm)
  • Address: Alamanda Shopping Center, Putrajaya
  • Tel: 03-8861 6128