Recommended lists for Halal

Recommended lists of Best Halal Food & Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, 2018
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants In Kuala Lumpur 2017 If ever your halal food options seem like an exhaustive list of Malay and fast food, think again. From Korean rice meals in Ampang to barbecued beef ribs in the quiet Tropicana Avenue and woodfired pizzas in Shah Alam, this is our newly refreshed list of cafes and restaurants that meet our criteria for delicious, halal fare!
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

The Meal Platter is a Whole Chicken, 1 large or 2 regular sides, and 2 bottomless soft drinks.

We got it with the 2 regular sides with the chicken in Lemon & Herb flavour of marination. The sides shown are both Regular portions of Mediterranean Rice.

The sides ordered separately costs RM5.15 for a Regular portion and RM7.95 for a Large separate portion. The choices of sides are Spicy Rice, Mediterranean Rice, Coleslaw, PERi-PERi Chips, PERi-PERi Wedges, Corn-on-the-Cob, Chargrilled Veg, Garlic Bread, Side Salad and Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes.

I feel super full and super satisfied. It was Yummy!

The environment is quite lively with the other customers chattering away. The service was good. The floors are all dry and clean so no need to worry about slipping.

The poached egg gives the whole mixture a almost a chowder feel as you dip the toasted bread in. Yums!
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Went on a weekday where it is less busy, and the food turned out to be better ! The ambience is very nice too ! 2nd visit! Tried the unagi pau this time around, RM 29.90 ! My friends had the all day breakfast and eggs Benny! #foodie #foodgram #burpple #foreverhungry #foodart #foodpornography #foodporn #foodies #cafehopmy #cafehopping #johorbahru #unagi #foodgram #instafood

LanZhou is the capital city of Northwest China whereby it is full of large population of Muslims. Same with this, they are highlighting halal shaved noodles(刀削麵)and to be honest this is quite worth a try if you are around Ampang Park. It's nestled in Megan Avenue 1, which facing the main road and it is easily to be seen. Their fried shaved noodles (RM13) is surprisingly good. Was thought their noodles might be too thick but it's not. Well cooked beef and some green peppers had makes this dish perfectly serve. It's always full during office break within 12pm - 2pm on weekdays. Make sure you come earlier for more seats.

Their affordably priced barbecued briskets put these meat maestros on the grid this year and we can see why. At this rustic kitchen, you can get a meal of Beef Brisket with four sides (potato bun, baked beans, mash and coleslaw) and a bottle of locally produced Pop Soda for just RM26. Making beef brisket is a tall order in itself, so we are suitably impressed by how these guys have perfected the fall-off-the-bone tenderness and punchy flavours all the way through the pulled meat. The Beef Short Ribs (from RM24 per 100g for grass-fed; RM30 for grain-fed) is a handsome hunk of meat sporting a dark-to-pink gradient that tells of its excellent cook — go for the grain-fed for a juicier bite. The ribs also usually comes in larger cuts of 300g or more, which means a single portion (approx. RM90) is fit for sharing with a friend. They've got meats to meet every need, whether it's the gargantuan Triple Threat Platter (RM125) with three meats and four sides or the quick Brimmie Sandwich (RM15), which is essentially a brisket-stuffed croissant.
Avg Price: RM30 per person
*Muslim-owned
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Tiffany Ng

Powered by the team behind La Juiceria, the relatively new Super Saigon offers a halal-friendly version of the now-trending Vietnamese pho. Instantly popular, they've already opened a second outlet in Sri Hartamas sporting the same swanky vibes of its flagship in TTDI. File this away for an all-girls' affair or as a jazzier option for family meals! Featuring a mix of rare beef slices, tripe and beef balls in warm, hearty broth, we think their Special Beef Combination Pho (RM19.90) is the way to go. When having this, take heed of the instructions for adding satay sauce — a subtle twist to spice up the traditional favourite. In place of pork, the cafe uses chicken in their Mixed Chicken Cold Cuts Banh Mi (RM12.90), which hits the zesty-meets-savoury flavour mark. The menu also sees Vietnamese variety for when you feel like trying something new, like the sticky, aromatic Broken Rice (from RM16.90) or the gravy-laden Stir-Fry Kuey Teow Noodles (from RM16.90).
Avg Price: RM30 per person
*Halal-certified

Set in the lobby of Menara Naza, this cake shop is as beautiful as the bakes it churns out daily. Natural light comes in through its floor-to-ceiling glass windows, making it an uplifting venue to cheer you up in between hardy work hours — and after all, there is cake! Their forte is in their cheesecakes and pavlovas, with wide, fruity selections plastered on the first page of the menu. The comically named Cheese Bedebah! (RM13) is a baked lemon cheesecake with poppy seed crust that never fails to satisfy a sweet tooth. Burppler Tracey Wong also recommends the Lime Cheesecake (RM12), which she credits for a great lime-to-cheese ratio. Another wildly popular sweet here is the Tiung Chocolate Mess (RM10) that takes after the classic Eton Mess, albeit with a rich chocolatey twist.
Avg Price: RM20 per person
*Muslim-owned
Photo by Burppler Tracey Wong

The simple, Arabesque-inspired decor at this Desa Pandan cafe makes it feel much like a warm family home, with the aroma of food wafting in from the open kitchen. Expect soulful, comfort fare done with elegance, which will go over well when trying to ease your parents into cafe visits. Racking up points for both refined presentation and sublime flavours is the Cup of Nations (RM23), beef scotch eggs sitting on sweet purple mash, cream leek sauce and sambal drizzle. We also thoroughly enjoyed the Dutch-inspired Den Haag (RM18), an open fish sandwich paired with incredibly creamy scrambled eggs and crunchy pea sprouts — the toast is especially impressive for its clean, crisp execution. If you need a caffeine hit, coffee is decently done with Artisan Roastery beans. Do note that while the cafe opens early at 8am, most hot food items are only available 11am onwards.
Avg Price: RM30 per person
*Muslim-owned

While not certified halal, Gold Chili has long been a trustworthy halal-friendly go-to, thanks to its band of Muslim kitchen staff and a pork-free menu. After many successful years in their humble SS15 spot, they've taken their butter chicken business up a notch with a new branch in USJ19 mall. This new outdoor spot with ample parking space is much more comfortable and is still largely undiscovered by Gold Chili devotees. We tried and tested the top dish and it doesn't fall short of the revered reputation it built back at the old hub — sweet, creamy and lavishly laden with that luscious gravy for ladling over rice. Get the set, priced at a pocket-friendly RM11.90, for the main with rice and an iced tea. Otherwise, pair the chicken with a fan favourite Tom Yam Fried Rice (from RM7). It packs a spicy punch perfect to alternate with the buttery chicken.
Avg Price: RM15 per person
*Pork-free

A visit to Naj & Belle is only complete with an order of their famous Watermelon Cake (RM14.80). But that's not to say cakes are their only draw; the cafe is blessed with a beautifully lit location along Jalan Tandok as well as a sturdy menu for breakfast, brunch and more. The strategic venue also means it's easy to escape here for a splurge-worthy work lunch — just make sure to hail a ride to avoid parking woes. Order the Dukkah Spiced Grilled Chicken Salad (RM28.50), a wonderfully seasoned veggie medley that's great on both the palate and waistline. Otherwise, take your pick from the brunch menu, portioned well enough to tide you over the entire afternoon. We absolutely adore the Moroccan Eggs (RM26.50), baked into a griddle pan with Dukkah sausages, crumbled feta cheese and Napoli sauce. In case you're not a fan of Mediterranean spices, look instead to pastas to please. The Mushroom Fettuccine Carbonara (RM25.50) always hits the spot.
Avg Price: RM45 per person
*Halal-certified
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Melanie Yu

It seems near impossible to find a halal Thai restaurant around town, and that's the gap Vicchuda aims to fill. Serving a blend of Malay-Thai cuisine, the oldtime restaurant spans several outlets across Klang Valley, and all garner a good crowd. For an affordable, no-frills family meal, swing by the Uptown branch for spacious seatings and spot-on flavours. A must-order is the TomYam Campur (from RM6.50) that combines the heat of Thai-style tom yum with the aromatic tang of Malay-style soups. If you're a fan of spicy, sourish kerabu, this menu is your playground. Choose from their bestsellling Kerabu Perut (beef tripe salad, RM6.50), piquant Kerabu Mangga (mango salad, RM5.50) or even an exciting Kerabu Kaki Ayam (chicken feet salad, RM6.50). The Ayam Paprik (from RM6.50) see sliced chicken in a red, flavoursome sauce, plenty tasty along with a umami-packed Pucuk Paku Belacan (stir-fried fern leaves, RM6).
Avg Price: RM10 per person
*Halal-certified