Finding a middle-eastern/arabic restaurant in the Klang Valley is quite easy nowadays. There's so many to choose from Arabic, Lebanese, Iranian, Turkish, Syrian, even Iraqis and priced from relatively affordable to ridiculously expensive (Al-Diabah, Sri Petaling quickly comes in mind).
But not all middle-eastern restaurants are created equal. Some serves really good food while others are just so-so. Restoran Saba in Cyberjaya serves one of the best food I have ever tasted anywhere.
I brought my family for lunch there last week and we were the 2nd customer to come in when it opened at 12:00 PM. This place is so popular that sometimes you'll be hard-pressed to find an empty table. That is why we come early. True enough, most table is filled with patrons just an hour after opening.
Maybe because it's still early in the day but the waiters took their own sweet time to take our orders.
We ordered the usual hanith rice with chicken. Avoid ordering anything grilled because they will take forever to cook.
Presentation-wise, Restoran Saba is fail! I think they just shove everything on the plate in a hurry.
Lucky for them the food here is good. I had my usual raspberry Barbican drink to wash down those delicious chicken and rice.
They also serve free gravy in the middle of the restaurant, you'll just have to pick them up your self. Look out for the "self-service it's free" sign.
Restoran Saba serves the best rice cuisine money can buy. The hanith rice with chicken is 12 ringgit a plate and the barbican drink is RM4 each. A standard meal for 2 people starts from RM25 onwards but it's worth every penny. To get there just head on to Cyberjaya and look out for the CBD Perdana signboard. You can find them at the address below and they're open everyday from 12:00PM till midnight.
4800 Suite, 0-2 Ground Floor Block A1
Jalan Perdana CDB Perdana,
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