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Spending a day in Subang Jaya? The rapper and proprieter of Joe’s Barbershop and Joe’s Kitchen shares his recommendations for SS15 and SS19.

9am: Breakfast of Lontong (rice cakes in coconut milk-based soup) at SS19.

11am: Get a haircut at Joe’s Barbershop (SS15). Cross the street to 17 Gallery to get a pair of limited edition sneakers.

November Culture
Mini terrariums at November Culture. Photo courtesy of November Culture.

12pm: Pick out an outfit (or a mini terrarium) at November Culture, singer and fashion icon Yuna’s boutique. Head on to Wheel Love where Subang’s skate culture is kept alive. Both stores are in SS15.

Photo courtesy of Fiq's Gastronomy.
Photo courtesy of Fiq’s Gastronomy.

1pm: Lunch at Fiq’s Gastronomy in SS19. Head chef Afiq studied and worked at New York’s 3 Michelin Star restaurant Jean Georges.

4pm: Rojak and Cendol at SS15 near the KFC outlet. The stalls are easy to spot since they typically have a line of about 20 people waiting.

Rojak and Cendol stalls at SS15. Photo by Poskod.MY.
Rojak and Cendol stalls at SS15. Photo by Poskod.MY.

7pm: Dinner at Asia Café food court (SS15). Try the corner seafood stall famous for their butter crab and stingray.

9pm: Head back to Joe’s Kitchen at SS15 for a coffee.

Interview by Adeline Chua.

Read our feature article about Subang Jaya here.