Three Plates Full, SS15 Subang

March 25, 2021

Three Plates Full promises three levels full of fun eating - with enticing corners to explore, plus sunshine streaming in from the skylight, the restaurant offers a cosy retreat from Subang’s crowds and clamour.

Three Plates Full is slated to launch this Saturday, 27 March, with the lower two levels open and the top floor a work in progress. Our favourite two seating spots are the atrium-like corridor on the street level and the twin tables on the first floor by an arched window that overlooks a leafier side of SS15.

Fun fact #1: Three Plates Full is part of Subang Jaya’s oldest shop-house row, built some 50 years ago. Coincidentally, the father of one of Three Plates Full’s co-founders was part of the engineering team that supervised the original 1970s construction, with its double-frontage architecture (both its facade and its back mirror each other) and dual staircase structure. That makes Three Plates Full a fascinating two-generational project, with contemporary designers working on a building that maintains much of its decades-old character.

Three Plates Full's menu offers a modern take on crowd-pleasing favourites, with an eye on excellent produce. New Zealand Napier eggs, Argentinian Devesa grass-fed beef, and Spanish iberico and US pork form the foundation for flank steaks with chimichurri and chervil, two-hour sous vide pork collars, and slow-braised pork cheek rice bowls with pickles and poached eggs.

Three Plates Full

57, Jln SS 15/4E, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

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