There is no need to hassle you as Kuala Lumpur has everything conveniently located, and we have listed and searched for the "Halal restaurants near me" to help you in finding these cuisines. If you are interested in other Muslim-friendly cuisines, check out the articles below:
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Satisfy your cravings for authentic Italian cuisine at Positano Risto located in Publika KL. This restaurant has a warm ambiance that is perfect for large gatherings and great customer service.
This place is Muslim-owned with no alcohol served so you can dine with peace of mind. Some of their must-try mains are their squid ink pasta, signature pizza, and Boston lobster linguine.
Halal status: 100% Muslim-Owned
Address: Block C1, Lot 2, Level G3, Publika Shopping Gallery, No. 1, Jln Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: 11 am - 10 pm daily
Prayer rooms: G3 -45C and UG (Red Zone near Cosway) in Publika Shopping Mall
On first impression, Flora Terrace At Hampshire Place looks like a place where wedding venues are held. With its lavish decoration of flowers dangling from the ceiling, you may think this will cost a lot!
However, this place is quite affordable and it is one of the best restaurants for family gatherings in KL. They serve Malay-Western fusion food that is suitable for everyone's palate. If you need an event decorator, Flora will know what to do!
Halal status: Muslim-Owned
Address: Hampshire Place, Halal 157, Hampshire Place Jalan Mayang Sari, Off, Jln Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: 12 pm - 11 pm daily
Prayer rooms: Provided upon request
Considered one of the pioneers of Chinese Muslim food, HOMST will give you a hearty meal of the best dim sum and Chinese family-style food, leaving you satisfied. HOMST has a few outlets, but the TTDI location is their first and most popular outlet.
If you are planning to come here with a large group of people, here are some recommended dishes to try: any of their salted egg dishes, butter prawns, and "asam" fish.
Find out more about Homst here
Halal status: Muslim-Owned
Prayer rooms: Small prayer room available
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If you are craving Northern Chinese food, Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant serves the full range you are looking for. Amber has multiple outlets that offer full-dining services and is great for casual lunch or dinner gatherings.
This authentic Chinese Muslim restaurant is both affordable and a local favorite. Here are some mouth-watering dishes you must try here: Hand-pulled noodles with beef, lamb skewers, beef dumpling, and eggplant with long beans.
Halal status: Uses Halal-certified ingredients
Operating hours: 12 pm - 9 pm daily
Prayer rooms: Level 1 Entrance (beside San Nae Deul) in Bangsar Nexus South mall
Yes, Din Tai Fung has a Halal outlet and it is called DIN by Din Tai Fung. You know you are at the right outlet when you spot its bright label stating [NO PORK] at the bottom of their signage.
This Taiwanese restaurant is considered one of the best Halal restaurants in KLCC and it is easy to see why. There is plenty to choose from a large variety of dim sum with favorites like "xiao long bao" (little basket bun), freshly made dumplings, and their hot and sour soup.
Halal status: Uses Halal-certified ingredients. Do note that this restaurant serves alcohol.
Prayer Room: Located near Maybank in Suria KLCC shopping mall (1 pm - 10 pm)
There is no better place for a sky view than Atmosphere 360. This revolving restaurant is located above KL Tower, one of the world's tallest towers and an iconic landmark. The view is simply breathtaking and perfect for special occasions.
This is one of the top Halal rooftop restaurants in KL and serves Halal food on its buffet menu. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience to eat in the highest revolving restaurant in South East Asia!
Halal status: Halal food for buffet only. Do note that this restaurant serves alcohol.
Operating hours: 12 pm - 10 pm daily
Prayer rooms: Upper Ground Floor and TH03 at KL Tower
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One of the best Halal fine dining in KL, Qureshi serves authentic Indian food with a 5-star view of a world-class golf course coupled with impeccable service. Qureshi is located in the East Wing of Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC).
You can also book a private event here as this is one of the few Halal restaurants with a private room in KL. Come here for a family gathering and have a feast on their butter chicken, mutton biryani, and their varieties of delectable meals.
Halal status: Muslim-Owned
Operating hours: 11:30 am - 10:30 pm daily
Prayer rooms: Available in KLGCC
Located in Desa Park City, Jibby By The Park is an Australian-inspired restaurant that serves amazing brunch food and tasty dinner meals. This is the perfect place to dine surrounded by the lush greeneries of the park and the decors while eating with your friends or loved ones.
There is a 1.5-hour dining limit time as this place is constantly crowded so come early to get a seat! This is an instagrammable halal cafe in KL so dress up and take lots of photos!
Halal status: Halal-certified central kitchen
Prayer rooms: Available at Level 1, Waterfront @ ParkCity
Experience Middle-Eastern cuisine at the heart of the city with Halab KL. This restaurant serves authentic Arabian & Syrian food and will satisfy your cravings for a good kebab.
This place is family-friendly and well-equipped with experienced staff so you can expect great service in this affordable location.
Halal status: Halal-certified
Operating hours: 10 am - 2 pm daily
Prayer rooms: 6-minute walk to Surau located at Lot 10 shopping mall
Want to know what it is like to dine in a glasshouse? Come to Pokok KL Cafe located at MAHSA Avenue!
Expect long queues during the weekend as this place is always the talk of the town for its layout and the food! They serve a variety of Western and Malaysian dishes that are appealing to the eye. You will get plenty of natural light here which is perfect for photo-taking sessions.
Halal status: Uses Halal ingredients
Operating hours: 10 am - 9 pm daily
Prayer rooms: available at MAHSA Avenue
There you have it: the top 10 Halal restaurants in KL. Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place to be for Muslim-friendly restaurants and there may be plenty more that deserve to be on the list!
If you have any suggestions or you have some great experience having one of the above options, leave a comment below!
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