Recommended lists for Halal

Recommended lists of Halal food and restaurants in Kuala Lumpur
Best Halal-Friendly Restaurants In KL
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal-Friendly Restaurants In KL Eating halal doesn't always mean you have to cut back on variety. We scoured KL in search of halal-friendly spots (we have also indicated those that are halal-certified!) guaranteed to have you very happily fed. From nooks for pork-free tai chow to dainty dim sum and hearty steak dinners, there's plenty to inspire you in this guide. Happy feasting!
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Latest Reviews for Halal

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Halal
Steamboat...

(3.3/5) Boleh laaaa... Good variety of chilli, with fried onion! But definitely plenty of MSG. Was thirsty the whole night!

Eggs Benny with Smoked Salmon (RM25 /S$7.70)

It took me long enough, but I finally found the time, will and companion to cross our nation's borders to have a go at this place. Located about a 10 to 15-minute walk away from City Square mall, this cozy, whitewashed space finds itself tucked along the cluster of shophouses at Jalan Dhoby.

Even on a busy Friday afternoon, the crew made sure to have us feeling comfortable with their apparent friendliness and a keenness to serve their patrons.

Pictured here is their Eggs Benny with Smoked Salmon. Not exactly the most impressive eggs benedict that I've had - the bread was too soft for my liking - but it's still passable. I must say too that I admire their unique way of drizzling the Hollandaise sauce over the centrepiece.

I also had the salted egg churros which I will get to in another post. And like many others, I hope to be back for more soon! (6.5/10)

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Churros with Salted Egg Dip (RM 14 / $4.50)

Their churros were something special. Maybe it's how they were served free of the usual obnoxious coat of sugar, or maybe it's their addictive smooth, rich salted egg dip. Either way, I could have these for days! (7.5/10)

Spicy Fried Noodle

Always like to visit this cafe because almost everything from the menu are well cooked, with huge portion and taste so yum. found it is a bit underrated among the social network and i really highly recommended this place for lunch, or even for group gathering.

Soft shell crab bao with fries.

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For a Tasty Seafood Tai Chow

Burrowed in the villages of Kayu Ara, Lala Chong needs no introduction. This rustic outdoor restaurant has long made its name for dishing out delicious, pork-free seafood, so make your way here when in need for a good for groups destination. Ordering lala is a no-brainer, and a prime pick is the Xiong Tong Lala (Clams in Superior Soup, from RM18). While traditionally cooked in Chinese rice wine, chefs here are happy to change that for their Muslim regulars. The clams are fresh, fleshy and doused in a flavourful, gingery broth, which is great with rice. Couple the clams with Crabs (from RM40) β€” both the salted egg yolk and chili are terrific, but we'll take the chili crabs anyday for its sweet-spicy sauce streaked with eggy bits. Top that order off with the Deep-Fried Mantou (RM10 for 6) that are soft inside and crisp golden outside β€” perfect for dunking into the sauce! The place gets packed with a '1Malaysia' crowd every evening so it's wiser to either do lunch or have an early evening feast.
*Pork-free.
*Serves alcohol.
Avg price per person: RM50

For a Casual Halal Chinese Meal

Nestled in Damansara Perdana's business centre, Chinese Muslim kitchen Mohammad Chow makes it easy for Muslims (or otherwise) to enjoy authentic Chinese food. The no-frills restaurant is simply furnished, so don't worry about dressing up. Bring your colleagues and commune over sharing dishes like the Buttermilk Squid (from RM21.20). The deep-fried squid comes laden in creamy gravy that promises satisfaction. But if you prefer to savour your squid crisp, go for the Butter Floss (RM21.20) for its addictive butter floss. Opt to enjoy this with rice, or amp it up with a noodle dish. The Petai Fried Mee (RM10.50) redolent of petai and wok hei is scrumptious, and totally worth the breath mints after! Wash it all down with Chrysanthemum Tea (RM2.35).
*Halal-certified.
Avg price per person: RM25