Top 7 Nightspots in Subang Jaya

Although the place is tamer compared to Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya has still plenty to
offer for locals and tourists alike. Subang girl escorts are aplenty to help you have a
really good time and there are also other nightspots in Subang Jaya that you have to try as well.

Today, I am going to be talking about some of the amazing night spots in this
magnificent place.

The Library

No, this place doesn’t have books and periodicals, this place is actually one of the best
bars and restaurants in Subang. It is located on the first floor of the popular
First Subang Shopping Mall and it offers plenty of booze and amazing bands as well.

The Library is inspired by Japanese Interior Designs which is why it is also known as
‘Toshokan’ which is the Japanese word for the place’s namesake.
Guests can choose whether they want to spend the night indoors or al fresco and no
matter which one you choose, you will be greeted with some Japanese-inspired entertainment.

La Bodega

Located at the lower ground floor of the Empire Shopping Gallery, La Bodega is a
Spanish bar and restaurant with many tourists and guests visiting the place due to its
extensive tapas menu.

They offer a lot of amazing Spanish dishes, including some Paella, sangria, delicious
tapas, superb Spanish wines, and even some great cocktails if that is what you prefer.
The intimate ambiance coupled with fully-furnished items and dim lighting makes it a
nice place for lovers and people who want to relax. This place is open until 2 AM.

Master Room

The Master Room is an ideal place for the whole family because this is a sports bar that
has two different ambiances- one is an outdoor patio that provides a great view of the
entire city and the other is an indoor lounge that is replete with entertaining things.

Aside from the fact that you can play darts and other games inside, the Master Room is
actually famous for its fusion-style dishes. One of the most sought-after dishes is the
Nasi Lemak Pai Tee which consists of sambal, anchovies, boiled egg, peanuts,
cucumber, and topped off with some amazing coconut milk-infused rice.

Grafa Café

Considered as one of Subang Jaya’s liveliest hangout spots, the Grafa café offers
unique seating arrangements for the tourists. One is an outdoor area that is filled with different biking accessories and the other one is an indoor lounge that provides you with
dimmed lighting and mismatched furniture for an extra added appeal.

They serve up some delicious Western and Asian fusion dishes such as the Nasi
Goreng Ketam and the Carbonara Bacon Turkey Ham Spaghetti, to name a few.

Tryst Café

If you want a quainter night hot spot that serves some coffee for the nocturnal people
out there, the Tryst café offers diners the ability to try one of their Shisha pipes, as well
as their famous cold-drip coffee (which is perfect for the predominantly Hot Malaysian weather).

Piano Lounge

If you go to the Dorsett Grand Subang, you can head on over to the piano lounge which
is just located in the lobby area of the said hotel. They serve up afternoon tea and will
turn into a scintillating hot spot during the weekend.

The Melb Bistro

This Australian-inspired bistro serves up food and alcohol and there are many perks for certain groups. For instance, if you are a group of four ladies, you will be given an extra
bottle of wine if all of you decide to order some drinks.

As for food, it serves plenty of different dishes, including (but not limited to) deep-fried
oysters, French fries, nuggets, curry fish balls, and even some baby octopus too.