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!

Top 10 Places for Halal

Top 10 places for Halal

Latest Reviews for Halal

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Halal
#thajresturant #thajbistro review.

This was a mamak joint near the HELP University Subang 2 Campus and my family and I tried it out. I haven't eaten roti in a long time so I ordered a roti sardin and a tosai telur bawang. I also ordered a mee goreng. The roti sardin was hot and fresh and filled with a good amount of spicy sardine chunks. The roti was really tasty and savoury and the dhal and curry was good as well. Next was the mee goreng which is a little wetter compared to others but it wasn't bad. Finally there is the tosai telur bawang which was crispy on the outside and soft and filled with egg and onions inside. Not bad for a corner mamak stall. My mum and brother had their briyani but it was only so-so. 7/10 would recommend only if you are eating roti/capati/tosai. Their roti tisu looked tempting as saw one drizzled generously with condensed milk. Alas, I was too full to order one. #mamak #mamakfood #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #instafood #shahalamfood #malaysianfood #roticanai #roti #migoreng #meegorengmamak #meegoreng #tosai #tosaitelurbawang #burpple #foodieapp #foodie

Chorizo Hash - spicy chorizo, potatoes, poached egg and toast.

Adding onto the already popular brunch menu, this dish brings spice to the usual eggy brunch menu. Really enjoyed the spicy chorizos, to give that kick, I need to wake up in the morning.
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Ayam Percik

Ayam percik (Grilled spicy coconut milk chicken) is a Kelantanese Malay dish thats chicken grilled over charcoal and cooked percik style, which is basting with a spicy coconut milk gravy. Key ingredients in this dish include chilli, lemongrass, turmeric, cumin and coriander. What makes a good ayam percik is that the sauce needs to have a certain level of sweet and spiciness, but more importantly, creamy.

💵 RM18.00 / portion
💫 4 / 5
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First stop: brunch at Replacement.

Salted egg yolk churros RM16.90, Breakfast Platter $29.90 and Unagi Bao RM29.90. And a trip to a cafe in incomplete without a cuppa of good coffee. Cappuccino (RM10) was smooth and not too acidic. .
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For Spot-On Seafood Dinners

Tuck into fresh seafood flavoured with precision at this restaurant deep within the older parts of Kayu Ara. The outdoor space is sprawling with red-clothed round tables, all the better to fit you and a group of friends on a busy weekend. Come for the Special La La Soup (clams in superior soup, RM18), the shellfish is often cited for juicy flesh while the soup is redolent of spicy ginger. Try also the Stir-Fried Green Dragon With Cuttlefish (RM15). The seasonally available vegetable resembles leek, and its sweet aftertaste pairs well with the savoury dried rolls of cuttlefish. When you're done with those, get your hands dirty with the Chilli Crabs (from RM40), doused in a finger-licking sauce that's best mopped up with some Deep-Fried Mantou (RM10 for six). We can't think of anything better to go with the messy seafood feast than cold beer, so order a round (from RM8 a bottle)!
Avg price per person: RM25
Recommended for: 8-12 pax
Photo by Burppler Nicholas Wong

For A Meaty Balinese Lunch

Located in the low-key Da Men Mall, Bali & Spice sports enough greenery and quiet to offer a relaxing respite to city crawlers. Head down here for a long, laidback lunch with a few friends. Balinese cuisine tends to run heavy on meats, and you can expect to have the pick of the litter here. In fact, their bestseller is a Balinese Trio (RM49) made up of grilled chicken wings, meat skewers and deep-fried squid. Look out for the spot-on side sauces of sambal matah (shallots and lemongrass relish) and sambal terasi (spicy sambal). Tastemaker Alyssia also vouches for the Iga Mepanggang (RM45), beef ribs charbroiled with coconut and palm sugar, which she loves for the charred edges. The bountiful platter comes with a side of rice, sambal sauces as well as a tamarind peanut sauce. For a sweet ending, try the Pisang Bakar (RM13) that sees the age-old combination of caramelised bananas with vanilla ice cream.
Avg price per person: RM40
Recommended for 6-10 pax
Photo by Burppler Alex Leong

Cendol Sundae Cone [2.50RM • 0.80SGD]

Haven’t had a chance to try the new Banana cone in SG but spotted this during the trip to JB today. Available in both single flavour and dual swirl (with vanilla), I was a teeny bit disappointed that my dual swirl contained way more vanilla, but I actually enjoyed the balance of flavours! The Cendol itself tasted a lot like gula melaka and wasn’t overwhelmingly sweet. Not sure if it’s available at all McDonald’s outlets in Malaysia but we got ours from Johor Bahru City Square's.