Halal chinese restaurant petaling jaya: 8 Best Halal Chinese Restaurants In KL & Klang Valley 2021

8 Best Halal Chinese Restaurants In KL & Klang Valley 2021

Here’s a fun fact, there are around 20 million Muslims living in China, and not just immigrants, but Muslims who have been there for centuries. From the Hui to the Uighur. So it is no surprise that there will be some halal food there. And no surprise that they have found their way to a Muslim majority country like Malaysia.

Being in a multicultural society, we Malaysians can enjoy food from all over, from East to West. But in today’s post, we head East! 

You know, as a Malay Muslim, who is also a major foodie, it is rather difficult knowing that I am limited to the food I eat, as I can only eat halal certified food and anything that does not have pork in it. So I usually pass by the Chinese hawker stalls with a curiosity to try their food, but that curiosity cannot be fed as most of the Chinese hawkers in KL are not halal certified and use pork products.

So you can imagine my excitement and satisfaction when I saw a rise in halal Chinese restaurants KL and the Klang Valley. Below we go through some of the best ones we can find in the Klang Valley.

Although the country is under lock-down due to the Covid-19 situation, some of these restaurants still offer take-out and delivery if you are in their areas of operation. So perhaps try them out for you next take out night? Or once this lock-down is over, why not visit them?

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This halal Chinese restaurant chain serves up delicious Cantonese-style dishes with a mix of Southeast Asian flair and tastes. Every dish they serve up is bursting with flavour and colour, leaving you satisfied as you munch away. 

The chain was established in 2007 and has a total of 15 restaurant branches, 3 dim-sum branches and 3 express branches, which you can find them over here!

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The restaurant chain is known for using their own fresh ingredients and for their delicious dumplings. They also have a selection of mouth-watering steamed fish dishes too.

I myself have frequented the Ara Damansara branch, and I can personally tell you that it is properly delicious, every time I ate there with my family or had a take out from there, it was always a satisfying meal. I personally like their 4-Season vegetables and Ginger Beef dishes, as well as their selection of dumplings. And for dessert, their Sea Coconut Longan is a satisfying end to an already rich meal (but make sure you have friends to enjoy this dessert!). 

The price range for this restaurant is between RM20 to RM40.

Store Information

Opening Hours:
Daily 11AM – 11PM (Hours may differ depending on branch)
Telephone: +603 7887 0600
Email: [email protected]
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This halal Chinese restaurant in KL serves original Chinese dishes, with the proper recipes from China. No American-style modifications here! Amber Chinese also serves up some Uighur food like Uighur kebab and Uighur-style pulled noodles.  

The food you would find here will mostly consist of dishes from the northern parts of China or the “Silk Road” regions, so they would use different spices from the ones you would find in say Cantonese dishes and most of their food is fried. 

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Amber Chinese restaurant has a lot of lamb-based dishes, my personal favourite is the Lamb Ziran pulled-noodles. It is basically cumin lamb on top of some hand-pulled noodles, it does have a bit of heat in it, but it sure is tasty. If you grab a set, you will get a side of some kebabs and some pickled vegetables.

Store Information

Address: Unit – 1-14, Level 1, Nexus No. 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening Hours:
Weekly 11:45AM – 10:30PM
Telephone: 03-2242 1010
Email: [email protected] 
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Haji Sharin Low restaurants are perfect for a dinner with family and friends. With signature dishes like butter prawns, salted egg squid, steamed sea bass, all given in generous proportions. They also have a lovely selection of dim-sums as well. 

Overall the restaurant offers quite the variety, perfect for multicultural people like us here in Malaysia. An outing at one of their halal certified branches will surely leave your stomach satisfied.

The price range for this restaurant is between RM7.50 to RM15.

Store Information

Address: The Strand, No. 26, Jalan PJU 5/21, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Opening Hours:
10:30AM – 10:30PM Weekly
Telephone: 012-542 1800
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This is another halal Chinese restaurant in KL serving up lovely Uighur and Xinjiang cuisine. You’ll find lots of lamb dishes here as well and get ready to feel the heat of their spicy dishes which they also serve up.

Lots of people recommend the place due to their good portions, pricing and variety of dishes. The dumpling soup and braised eggplant are among the recommended items that we insist you try, and don’t forget the juicy lamb chops as well!

The price range for this restaurant is between RM10 to RM50.

Store Information

Address: No. 8A, Jalan 4/27F, off Jalan Genting Klang, Desa Setapak, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening Hours:
11:30AM – 9:30PM Sun-Tues (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: +60 3 4131 8144
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The specialty of this halal restaurant in KL is, you guessed it, mee tarik, or hand-pulled noodles. With a window that shows how the noodles are made, slurping down on some Lamb Ziran noodles has never been more delicious. It’s fun seeing how your food gets made through a window and then eating it afterwards.  

The noodles are all made by hand, and skillfully pulled into noodles, they are then placed in a variety of sauces and soups and cook in different ways. All of which are delicious. That is just the beauty of noodles…

The chain is run and owned by Chinese Muslims and has around 20 outlets in Malaysia, they were even featured on TV!. I have personally been to their Kota Damansara outlet, and I can personally say that their noodles are just *mwah*. 

My favourite dishes have to be the Chicken Lamen Soup, the Mee Tarik in Special Sauce, the Mee Tarik Lamb Ziran and the Fried Mee Tarik

They also have a good selection of healthy teas, their specialty is their Ba Bao Tea.

The price range for this restaurant is between RM7.80 to RM10.

Store Information

Kota Damansasra Address: No. 13-G, Jalan PJU 5/20e, The Strand, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
KL Address: 51, Jalan Tasik Utama 3, Sungai Besi, 57100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours:
Weekly 11AM – 11PM (Timings may vary between branches)
Telephone:
Kota Damansara
: 03-6144 5008
KL: 03-8964 9444
Email: [email protected]
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This is another halal Chinese restaurant  which offers traditional original Chinese dishes with a modern twist. Founded in 2013, this restaurant keeps their dishes simple, but that simplicity is what sells!

According to their website, they were nominated for the Top 5 Best Chinese Restaurant for TimeOut KL Food Awards 2015 and were featured in TV programs such as Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan on TV3.

I ordered their Kung Pao Chicken, Ginger Beef and Char Kuey Teow for take out and everyone in my family enjoyed it! A Lot of people recommend Butter Prawns, Sweet and Sour Chicken. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!

The food you can get at Mohammad Chow is the same that you can find in any Chinese eatery and hawker stalls in KL, only this time there is no pork or lard used in their ingredients.

So, great food, simple food and economic food? It’s perfect really!

The price range for this establishment is between RM15 to RM50.

Store Information

Address: 3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H, Damansara Perdana Business Center, 47820, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening Hours:
Weekly 11AM – 11PM
Telephone Number: 03-7731 6383

Fresh seafood is always a delight and this halal restaurant in KL serves up that delight!

Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant has been serving up delicious meals and dishes since 1986, and has come a long way from their push-cart origins. Today the restaurant has a fully established place with lots of space where you can enjoy dinner with friends and family.  

From Nasi Goreng Cina to Deep Fried squid, the meals here will also do more than satisfy.

The price range of this restaurant is between RM10 to RM30.

Store Information

Address: 2851, Jalan Seri Penchala, Kg Sg Penchala, Sg Penchala 60000 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia.
Opening Hours:
Wednesday 12–2PM, 5:30–6:30PM
Thursday to Tuesday 12–2PM, 5:30–7:30PM
Telephone: 03-7727 3153

This lovely little restaurant sits tucked away in the Giant Mall in Kelana Jaya. Located quite close to where I work too, so I’d frequent the place for my lunch break.

A full house in the restaurant is a common site during lunch hours, you have Malays, Chinese and Indians all in one place slurping down on some good hand-pulled noodles.

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As you may have known by now, I am a huge, HUGE, fan of hand-pulled fresh noodles, and this halal Chinese restaurant being close to my workplace is truly a BLESSING.

My personal favourites are the Uyghur-styled pulled noodles and the flat-noodle stir fry

This place is truly a hidden treasure and the next time you are in Kelana Jaya, and you are looking for a satisfying meal to eat, I cannot recommend Mee Tarik Kungfu Ramen enough.

The price range for this restaurant is between RM8 to RM20.

Store Information

Address: Ground Floor, Giant, SS6, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Those were some of the best halal Chinese restaurants in KL and the Klang Valley which I and many others can recommend, so be sure to call them up and book a reservation if you can, as their delicious dishes get people flocking!

But, again, do try to avoid going out at this time as the Covid-19 lock-down is still in place, so go for takeout or delivery instead, perhaps when this lock-down is over, you can head over to these lovely restaurants for your fist outing post lock-down!

Wanna see more articles on different restaurants you can check out, then head on over to our food section, and why not check out the rest of our site!

10 Best Halal Chinese Restaurants in KL For CNY Gathering!

Give mum a well-deserved break and take the whole family out for a big feast this Chinese New Year. Here’s a list of our favourite halal Chinese restaurants to visit just for you! From dim sum to yee sang, we’ve got your reunion meals covered so you can usher in the Year of the Rat prosperously!

1. Mohd Chan

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When it comes to halal authentic Chinese cuisines, Mohd Chan is a crowd favourite. This chain of restaurants, which first opened for business in 2007, can now be found in Taman Melawati, Shah Alam, Bandar Baru Bangi, and many more places around Klang Valley—a clear testament to their credibility.

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No big group, no worries! Go for just yee sang, priced at RM68 for Fruit Yee Sang and RM88 for Abalone Yee Sang, also available for tapau!

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Address:

Check their website for branch locations.

Contact:

03-7727 3153

Opening Hours:  

Daily: 11 am – 11 pm 

2. Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant

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From a tiny stall to a full-fledged restaurant complete with large round tables like the best Chinese seafood restaurants, Muhibbah is a seasoned player with decades of experience in the industry. Nothing says CNY better than a gathering of family and friends, and Muhibbah completes the reunion with their super appetizing menu!

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This year, this halal Chinese restaurant is offering three different set menus, each featuring seafood cooked in different styles like Prawns Har Lok Style and Deep Fried Siakap Miang Style. All three festive set menus include Prosperity Yee Sang and Four Seasons Platter.

The price starts from RM448 and each set is catered to 10 pax. Have a look at their CNY special menu here.

More Info

Address:

Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant, Jalan Seri Penchala, Kampung Sungai Penchala, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact:

03-7727 3153

Opening Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 2.30pm / 6 pm – 10 pm

3. Mohammad Chow

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Not to be confused with Mohd Chan, Mohammad Chow is a Chinese Muslim restaurant located in Damansara Perdana. With an extensive menu, this family-founded restaurant offers classic comfort food that evokes memories of warm family dinners like yam basket and buttermilk chicken.

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To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Mohammad Chow will be serving Prosperity Salmon Yee Sang so you can start the new year on a prosperous note! The combination of salmon and mixed vegetables is perfect for your family get-together.

More Info

Address:

Mohammad Chow, 3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H, Damansara Perdana Business Center, Petaling Jaya, Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya

Contact:

03-7731 6383

Opening Hours:

Saturday – Thursday, 11 am – 11 pm
Friday: 4 pm – 11 pm

4. Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

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Helmed by esteemed Executive Chinese Chef Tommy Choong Chan Hoo, Zuan Yuan is a stylish halal-certified Chinese restaurant located in the lobby of One World Hotel. The recently revamped restaurant invites you and your loved ones for a Cantonese-style feast with three festive set menus and various a la carte dishes and dim sum.

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Choose from three different 9-course set menus with each set featuring different variations of the obligatory fish dish and traditional dishes like Braised Superior Abalone Soup, Crispy Buttered Prawns with Oats, Salted Egg Yolk and Salmon Skin, and Roasted Smoked Duck Breast.

The Full of Cheer Yee Sang Menu is available from 11 January to 15 February, and the three set menus are priced at RM1888, RM2088 and RM2238 for a table of ten.

More Info

Address:

Lobby Floor, One World Hotel, First Avenue, Bandar Utama City Centre, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

 Contact:

03-7681 1159

Opening Hours:

Monday-Friday: 12 pm – 2.30 pm, 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm

Saturday-Sunday: 10 am – 2.30 pm, 6.30 pm – 10. 30 pm

5. HOMST

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Considered a pioneer in Chinese Muslim cuisine, HOMST’s journey began way back in 2002 when chef and founder, Yusuff Lau bin Abdullah aspired to serve authentic Chinese cuisine to the Muslim community. For a laid-back dinner with your loved ones, HOMST is your best bet.

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With such an extensive menu, the real question here is not what to order, but what not to order. Whatever you decide on, you must not leave out are their signatures, Assam steamed fish and salted egg yolk soft shell crab.

Affordable price and generous portion, make yourself feel at home at HOMST 😉

More Info

Address:

Check their website for locations.

 Contact:

03-7728 0760

Opening Hours:

Daily: 11 am – 10.30 pm

6. Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

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Offering a stylish Szechuan fusion cuisine, Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant is where you can unwind after a stressful week and dine with your loved ones in a relaxed yet sophisticated ambience.

Celebrate Prosperity this year at Amber with the Joyous Reunion Feast. The four set menus for 10 pax showcase the best Szechuan dishes, including roasted lamb, yang zhou fried rice, and sizzling eggplant with chicken. The CNY Imperial set also features yee sang and Amber’s special Treasure Pot.

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The Joyous Reunion Feast is available until 29 February 2020. Do note that 5 days advanced booking with payment is required.

More Info

Address:

Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant, Unit 14, Level 1, Nexus, Jalan Kerinchi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 Contact:

03-2242 1010

Opening Hours:

Daily: 11.30 am – 10 pm

7. The Majestic Kuala Lumpur

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Go extravagant or go home this auspicious season at The Majestic Kuala Lumpur, where you can enjoy one of the most luxurious Chinese New Year feasts in the city. Gather for the Majestic Ballroom Reunion Dinner on the eve of the New Year, where authentic and nostalgic dishes will be prepared. Plus, the dinner will be accompanied by a lion dance!

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Can’t make it on the date? You still can head there for the special Chinese New Year-themed lunch and dinner buffets, available daily from 10 January to 8 February 2020 and priced at RM118 and RM148 per person respectively. Yee sang will also be served at your table.

Majestic Ballroom Reunion Dinner will be held on 24 January 2020.

More Info

Address:

5, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Tasik Perdana, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

 Contact:

03-2785 8000

Opening Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 2.30 pm (lunch), 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm (dinner)

8. Oriental Pearl Restaurant

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You’re in for a treat when you dine at Oriental Pearl Restaurant, located in the charming Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort and famed for their dim sum and scrumptious Hong Kong-style cuisine.

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Savour their signature dishes which include Braised Hong Kong Ocean Oyster with Mushroom and Wok Fried Snow Crab Clusters. Luxurious Salmon Yee Sang is priced at RM128 for a full portion while Golden Fortune Yee Sang with Assorted Fruits and Nuts is priced at RM138.

More Info

Address:

Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Jalan Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur

 Contact:

03-2092 3118

Opening Hours:

Monday-Friday: 11.30 am – 2.30 pm, 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm

Saturday: 10.30 am – 2.30 pm, 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm

Sunday & Public Holidays: 9.30 am – 2.30 pm, 6.00pm – 10.30pm

9. Lamb Shepherd Restaurant

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Looking for some heat to spice up your reunion dinner? Lamb Shepherd Restaurant is where you can find authentic Xi’an cuisine that is known to have strong and spicy flavours influenced by Sichuan province.

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Owned by Chinese Muslims from mainland China, Lamb Shepherd Restaurant boasts of quick service, affordable price and generous portions on top of delicious food! Get blown away by the dumpling soup and fried lamb with dried chillies.

Conveniently, the restaurant provides a prayer room so customers can perform their prayers while they dine there.

More Info

Address:

No. 8A, Jalan 4/27F, Off Jalan Genting Klang, Desa Setapak, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur

 Contact:

03-4131 8144

Opening Hours:

Tuesday-Sunday: 11.30 am – 9.30 pm (closed on Monday)

10. Golden Valley Chinese Muslim Restaurant

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Nestled inside Melawati Mall, Golden Valley Chinese Muslim Restaurant is a popular halal eatery for a delightful family meal.

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This Chinese New Year, Golden Valley is serving four types of yee sang: Snow Pear Yee Sang, Jelly Fish & Snow Pear Yee Sang, Jelly Fish & Salmon Snow Pear Yee Sang, and Snow Pear, Salmon & Abalone Yee Sang. The restaurant takes pride in using all-natural ingredients for their yee sang and no artificial colouring is used.

More Info

Address:

L3 – 18 & 19, Melawati Mall, 310, Lorong Selangor, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia

 Contact:

03-4161 3328

Opening Hours:

Monday-Friday: 11. 30 am – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10 pm

Saturday-Sunday: 6 pm – 10 pm

Have you decided where to go for your festive dinner or lunch yet? We hope this list M of halal Chinese restaurants will help! Let’s toss to a prosperous new year with a happy tummy <3 Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai!

More food stories? Check out the list of halal foods and restaurants all around the world!

8 Halal Chinese Restaurants In Klang Valley For A CNY Reunion Dinner

Chinese New Year reunion dinners ought to be had at Chinese restaurants with food items like yee sang, braised rice, gourmet chicken, steamed fish, and sometimes even shark fin soup. However, the one common thing about these Chinese restaurants is that most of them are not halal, with pork or alcohol-infused dishes on the menu most times.

So what do you do if you want to catch a reunion dinner with your family or friends but would prefer a halal option? Well, we have compiled a list of halal restaurants in Klang Valley that you can have your CNY reunion dinner at!

1. Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

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This restaurant offers a menu consisting of a stylish fusion between Chinese and Muslim dishes. You can either eat with a large group or just share a romantic dinner with your significant other in a sophisticated yet simple environment. They focus on serving the best of halal Szechuan dishes, which can be seen from their Chinese New Year menu, where there’s yee sang, treasure pot, sizzling squid, yang zhou fried rice, sizzling eggplant with chicken and more. There are three sets for ten pax available: the Royale at RM1,299, the Supreme at RM1,099, and the Pearl at RM899.

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 11.30am-10pm.

Address: Unit 14, Level 1, Nexus, Jalan Kerinchi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

Tel: 03-2242 1010

2. Golden Valley

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Golden Valley is one of the rare Chinese restaurants that make all their foods using halal recipes. They prove that you do not need anything porky or alcohol-infused to make good and appetising Chinese dishes. For Chinese New Year, you can either choose your from the ala carte menu or their 2018 Chinese New Year menu, which consists of yee sang with jelly fish, assorted seafood soup, king prawns and tiger prawns, and pancakes desserts. You can get the Auspicious set at RM938 for 10 people, the Prosperity set at RM738, and the Fortune set at RM588.

Hours: Monday-Friday: 11.30am-3pm/6pm-10pm, Saturday-Sunday: 6pm-10pm.

Address: LGB Tower, 1 Jalan Wan Kadir, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: Golden Valley

Tel: 03-7722 1488

3. Jibby Chow

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At Jibby Chow, you get to enjoy a flavourful variety of innovative Chinese stir-fries, homemade Thai-based sauces, and contemporary fusion dishes – all of them halal. The environment is eccentric and chill, what with the porcelain floors, neon signs, and the constant wafts of aromas that never rest during the operative hours of the restaurant. There are four sets on their Chinese New Year menu: Set A costs RM328++ for 4 to 6 people, Set B costs RM378++ for 4 to 6 people, Set C costs RM888++ for 8 to 10 people, and Set D costs RM988++ for 8 to 10 people.

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm.

Address: Jibby Chow, Lot G-02 Courtyard Mall, Jalan SS15/4G, SS15 Subang Jaya

Website: Jibby Chow

Tel: 03 5612 7072

4. Serai

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While Serai is not necessarily a Chinese restaurant, their menu also contains food items that cater to the Chinese crowd. It is essentially a family restaurant with authentic cuisines and comfortable seating arrangements to ensure the most comfort for patrons. Serai can be found in Paradigm, Pavilion, Empire Shopping Gallery, Jaya Shopping Centre, and Shaftsbury Square. They have 2 sets to their Bountiful Blessings menu, which is their Chinese New Year menu, consisting of salmon yee sang, seabass, crab, fried rice, and more. The Eight Prosperity set is sufficient for 8 to 10 people, priced at RM688++, while the Everlasting Harmony is sufficient for 8 to 10 people as well, but is priced at RM788++.

Website: Serai

5. Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant

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This restaurant has been around for a long time, first operating from a stall in front of Restoran OK and now a full-on shop serving halal Chinese cuisines. The place makes a good gathering spot for friends and families; nothing reunites people better than good food. This year, instead of a Chinese New Year set menu, they have decided to let you select what you want from their list of specials instead, while also complementing it with food items from their usual menu. They have yee sang, braised mince-stuffed tau pok in oyster sauce, marmite coated chicken thigh, prawns, and four seasons platter, all of them priced between the range of RM20 and RM100.

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 12pm-2.30pm/6pm-10pm.

Address: Lot 2851, Jalan Seri Penchala, Kg Sg Penchala, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant

Tel: 03-7727 3153

6. Tung Yuen

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Their main dishes are dim sum, and they serve them in rather big portions. In addition, if you are craving for Cantonese or Szechuan dishes, you’ve come to the right place. Plus, you will probably find it comforting to know that this is Southeast Asia’s first 5-star hotel accredited with the highest halal-friendly rating, according to CrescentRating. There are two sets of poon choy you can choose from, both of which can feed 10 people – Set A costs RM1,288 and Set B costs RM680. You can also get the Special Takeaway Prosperity Box at RM680. Alternatively, there are three different CNY sets you can choose from, which are the Auspicious Good Luck set at RM988, the Joyful Reunion at RM1,388, and the Auspicious Good Wealth at RM1,888.

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 12pm-2pm/6pm-10pm.

Address: Persiaran Perbandaran, Seksyen 14, Shah Alam, Malaysia 

Tel: 03 5511 8811

7. Maju Palace Restaurant

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Maju Palace is a part of the giant cuisine conglomerate, Oriental Group, but they serve entirely halal dishes, unlike their brothers and sisters. You are also privileged to a view of the KL skyline at the restaurant amidst an elegant and peaceful atmosphere. Their Chinese New Year menu is massive, going from ala carte to personal set menus to gourmet set menus. The price range of a personal set menu is between RM80 and RM200, while the gourmet set menus are priced between RM900 and RM3000 for 10 pax.

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 11pm-3pm/6pm-11pm, Sunday: 10am-3pm/6pm-11pm.

Address: Level 5, Maju Junction Mall, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: Maju Palace Restaurant

Tel: 03-2691 8822

8. Mohd Chan Restaurant

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Mohd Chan Restaurant is actually a chain of restaurants that serves authentic Chinese cuisines, except that they are all pork- and alcohol free. You can find a Mohd Chan Restaurant in Bukit Beruntung, Taman Melawati, Kelana Jaya, Bandar Baru Bangi, Shah Alam, Klang Sentral Meru, and Kota Kemuning. They have six set menus available, consisting items like butter prawn, sweet and sour chicken cubes, fuyong egg, and a CNY set menu is priced between the range of RM100 and RM400.

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 11am-11pm.

Website: Mohd Chan Restaurant

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Halal Chinese restaurants serving Yee Sang for CNY

Yee Sang. Photo: Chee Hong, Creative Commons Attribution License.Just in time for the Lunar New Year celebration, we’ve rounded up some of the best Halal Chinese restaurants where families and friends can enjoy traditional Yee Sang across the Klang Valley.

Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

The elegant Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant provides a vast range of yee sang – its Chinese New Year menu includes choices of eye sang with sliced abalone (RM 235), salmon (RM168), crispy fish skin (RM138), soft shell crab (RM138), jellyfish (RM118) and pear (RM108). Signature dishes include braised grouper fillet with mandarin orange and steamed teow chew siu mai.

One World Hotel, First Avenue, Bandar Utama City Centre, 47800 PJ.NJ Zenith RestaurantA more casual restaurant, NJ Zenith is famous for its fish head curry. It also provides a range of yee sang for the Lunar New Year at more affordable rates. Their yee sang selection includes salmon (10 pax, RM60 / 5pax, RM30) and Ikan Keli (10pax, RM50 / 5 pax, RM25).NJ Zenith Restaurant, 2, Jalan Medan PB 2A (Seksyen 9), 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor.MinMax Restaurant

MinMax Restaurant

Alongside a selection of dim sum, MinMax is offering a variety of yee sang with abalone (RM138. 8), salmon fish and fruit (RM 84.8), salmon (RM 74.8) and jellyfish (RM 53.8). Some of their signature dishes include deep fried chee cheong fan and glutinous rice with chicken and mushroom.

MinMax Restaurant, Lot 2.1 Level 2, PNB Darby Park, Jalan Binjai, 50450 KL.

Mohammad ChowMohammad Chow is a quaint Muslim Chinese restaurant found in Damansara Perdana. They’re known for their chicken in buttermilk and durian crepes. This Lunar New Year, they are serving traditional yee sang with salmon (8-9pax, RM68 / 4-5pax, RM38).Mohammad Chow, 3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H, Damansara Perdana Business Center, Petaling Jaya, Damansara Perdana, 47820 PJ.Dolly Dim Sum.Dolly Dim SumDolly Dim Sum’s inviting and pleasant atmosphere, great location and halal dim sum make for a winning combination. Give their Thai Style Fried Rice a try, and ‘Nian Gao’ Chinese New Year cakes coated in freshly shaved coconut. Yee sang is available, a standard serve for 6 guests will cost RM55.G-9 & G-9A Ground Floor, Avenue K, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450 KL.Shang PalaceCantonese cuisine is served in a stylish setting reminiscent of ancient Chinese grandeur at Shang Palace. Signature dishes include the braised shredded abalone with crab meat, and the pan fried foie gras with vinegar sauce. Yee sang is priced at RM138 for a serve of Salmon Yee sang for 4-6 guests. Prices vary depending on choices ingredients and accompaniments.Level 1, 11 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 KL.

Oriental Pearl Restaurant (Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort)

Located in the charming Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Oriental Pearl is the perfect respite after a round of golf, or for a delicious Chinese banquet. Their signature dishes include the baked fresh water prawns with cheese and minced garlic. Yee Sang prices from RM98++.

Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Jalan Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara, 60000 KL.

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With a range of Chinese New Year set menus for group dining, Sogo will also serve up signature dim sum during Chinese New Year. Yee sang available with prices starting from RM78++

Sogo Department Store, 190, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, 50100 KL.

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Halal Chinese Muslim Food at Dong Yi Shun Kelana Jaya PJ Selangor By Best Restaurant To Eat

There are not many restaurants that serve Halal Chinese Food in the Klang Valley. One such restaurant that we have discovered is Dong Yi Shun located at C-G-06, Ground Floor, Dataran Glomac, Jalan SS6/5B, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, 47301 Selangor.

This is indeed good news for Muslim who would like to taste Chinese food cooked by Chinese Muslim chef. We had the opportunity to try out some of the specialities in this restaurant.


The first dish we had was the Golden Empress Fragrant Fish. The Garoupa fish is coated with flour seasoning, is deep fried and topped up with a sweet and sour sauce. The sauce serves here is a little different as it has a tinge of spiciness added into it. Perfect combination with white rice.

Next, was the spicy chicken, here again the chicken is fried and cooked with the spices. It is a little spicier for me and the chicken is a little over fried. Another one of those dishes you can eat as a snack food taken with some really cold drinks.

Another snack food that we sample that night was the Spicy Sliced Potato, as the name suggest, it was really, really spicy. It quite difficult to eat as a snack and only white rice saved the day.

The next dish, we sample was supposed to be Zi Ran Lamb, but unfortunately the Lamb was sold out and we had the settle for Zi Ran Beef instead. This dish is really spicy and you have to really love hot stuff to enjoy this dish. The condiments used are very strong and the beef mixed well with it. Best served with rice or eat as a snack.

Next we sample the dumpling dishes. First on the table is the Xiao Long Bao, since this is a Muslim restaurant, the key ingredient used is the beef filling. For me after taking and sampling so many Xiao Long Bao, the one serves here lack the oomph in that the skin were a little too hard, and they were not enough soup base in the filling. Normally when you sample this Xiao Long Bao, one is expecting the soup filling to be oozing out on your first bite. It never happened here.

On the filling the beef was a little too hard too, not that smooth probably due to the usage of too much of lean meat.

The next dumpling was the Pan Fried Dumpling Chicken, this is slightly better than the earlier Xiao Long Bao, as taste wise it was a little more tasty compared to the earlier dumpling. The bottom part which was pan fried was crisp and nice to bite at.

Finally we sampled the Ramen. Ramen in this restaurant is made fresh by the Chef when a customer makes an order. We had the opportunity to have a first hand demo on how he made the Ramen.

The first ramen dish was the Beef Ramen, this ramen is served with thinly sliced radish and beef. The dish was very peppery and not as what I have enjoyed from other restaurant.

The next ramen was the mushroom ramen, this provided a slightly better soup based and tasted better compared to the beef ramen.

The last dish for the night was the Hot and Sour Soup. There are 8 spices used to make this soup. It is somewhat similar to the popular Szechuan Soup which shares the same spiciness and sourish taste.

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Date of Visit: 2013-10-23
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Local Guides Connect – A visit to a Halal Chinese Muslim Ramen shop

Noodles is one of the staple foods of the Chinese community anywhere in the world. In Malaysia, it’s no different. Whilst it’s easy to find a whole galore of Chinese noodles places all over the country, it’s much more difficult to find a Halal restaurant serving authentic Chinese noodles. Hence today’s post. We visited, and had dinner at a fully Muslim Halal Chinese food shop serving authentic Chinese La Mian (Ramen) in Bandar Sunway in the city. This is a great place highly recommended by many, and has over 4-star reviews in Google Maps.

La Mian or how most people call it, Ramen means hand-pulled noodles in Chinese. Pulled with dough made with wheat flour. The noodles is extremely springy and has a good bite to it.

 

Photo below: Authentic Chinese La Mian in clear beef broth

 

[Photo below] Kungfu Ramen is a small setup by Muslim Chinese from mainland China who started their business here a few years ago. Google Maps Location: https://goo.gl/maps/fruQeNcNb6L77tjc9

They have 2 branches in the city as far as we can tell and all food preparations are made by their family members who came from China. The branch we visited is located in Bandar Sunway. 

Photos of the staff were taken with his permission.

 

 

[Photo below] First the preparation of the noodle dough, which mainly only uses wheat flour, water, some oil and salt. And kneaded until all the gluten is formed and thus easily pulled. They work this by hand, so it’s quite a lot of hard work kneading.

 

 

Photo below: On order only, the noodle master, or at least that is what I call him. Sifu. He uses his very long experience to very quickly and effortlessly shape and pull the noodles. Seeing him work is quite mesmerizing. After a few rounds of pulling, stretching and dividing, the noodles were ready and just needed to be cooked. 

 

 

[Photo below] A quick hot water bath, since the dough is fresh, quickly cooks the noodles. And the plain noodles is now ready to take on the broth or be fried with other condiments.

 

 

[Photo below] Soup bases include plain clean soup, savoury spicy type broth. There is also a dry fried version. And the shop serves really good dumplings also. Since this is a halal place, all meat bases are of lamb, beef or chicken only. I tend to prefer the spicy broth base on colder days and the plain clean soup on warmer days. Both are extremely delicious.

 

 

[Photo below] The noodles are left to be as long as possible, as long noodles symbolizes long life. So, when we eat, we need to really hold the noodles up very high! So when you get your bowl of noodles, just feel happy when you see how long the noodles are.

 

 

[Photo below] One key specialty that they have is serving very fresh green tea, unlike tea leaves that are dried, these are semi dried and have  a very fresh note to the aroma. 

 

 

This is our short visit to a very authentic Halal Chinese Ramen restaurant, that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. They are all very honest and humble people. A bowl of beef ramen soup noodles costs RM 8 which is under under USD 2. That’s a real steal, considering they make the noodles to order. A highly recommended place since Halal Chinese food is not easily found in the city. Feel free to go and visit them some day.

 

 

5 Must Eat Halal Chinese Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur (Klang Valley) – ZAAHARA

One of the best place to eat halal food in the world is definitely Malaysia. You are spoiled with halal foods such as from Malays, Indian, Chinese, Arabs and also Western.

If you have been to Malaysia, you would know what we are talking about.

Let’s have a read about the must try Chinese Halal Food in Malaysia.

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The nutty smell and taste of sesame oil, mixed with soy sauce, ginger and Chinese five spice would send our salivary glands into overdrive. Chinese food is such a delicious choice of cuisine.

From the spicy stir-fry chicken to salty egg yolk softshell crab, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Chinese cuisine. However, it can be a tad difficult to find a halal Chinese restaurant that stay authentic to the original flavours. Look no further as you will find 5 different halal Chinese restaurants, that are just are delicious in the Klang Valley, as follows : 

 

  1. Homst

 

Homst restaurant was founded in 2002 by Yusoff Lan Bin Abdullah. Since the opening of his first restaurant, you can see this restaurant popping up in so many neighbourhoods such as Kota Damansara, Putrajaya, Bandar Baru Bangi and even Shah Alam. Homst is a homey little gateway of Chinese cuisine that has become a neighbourhood favourite.

 

The dishes that they serve stay true to the Chinese influences and flavours : from oyster to crab to prawns and even desserts. Be sure to look out for Homst restaurants wherever you go, and give it a try.

 

Address :

No: 34-36, Persiaran Zaaba, 60000, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

Operativng Hours :

Everyday (11AM – 10:30PM)

 

    2. Mohd Adam Ali Chinese Muslim Restaurant

Mohd Adam Ali Chinese Muslim Restaurant is a humble shop located in Puchong. But do not let the simplicity of their store fool you. They may look simple, but their food is extraordinary. Their menu is jam packed with a plethora of dishes, of different variants too. And for a good and reasonable price too.

However, if anything, I would definitely recommend the fish dishes. Depending on the fish of the day, the fish comes to your table aromatic and glistening with colours and flavours. It’s quite the sight. Definitely would make the effort to drive down to Puchong again for this.

 

Address :

74G, Jalan Puteri 5/1, Bandar Puteri, Puchong 47100, Malaysia

Operating Hours :

Everyday except Sunday (11:30AM – 10:30PM)

 

  1. Hj Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant

Hj Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant serves halal chinese food with a little extra flare. The restaurant, there are a few all around Klang Valley, is decorated in a very oriental feel. It is traditional and beautiful, a great place for a family dinner or a special occasion.

It is on the pricier side, but the dishes do come in a generous portion. The food, similar to the restaurant, has a traditional spice about it. Almost as if it was cooked by the neighborhood’s friendly traditional grandmother. It’s quite a treat for the tongue.

Address :

Ground Floor, Wisma Chinese Chamber, 258, Jalan Ampang, Off Jalan Ampang, Ampang 50450, 50450, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan

 

Operating Hours :

Everyday

10:30AM – 3:00PM

5:00PM – 10:30PM

  1. Mohammad Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen

 

If you are looking for a restaurant with traditional Chinese flavours with a modern twist, and a portion that could stuff you : then head to Mohammad Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen. The dishes that they serve may sound ordinary. But trust me, once you feast into the dishes, you will be shockingly surprised how tasty these “ordinary” dishes taste like. They have really nailed the basics here.

 

Another bonus is that they delivery to nearby areas, in the Damansara area. So, if you want takeout Chinese food like in the movies and television, then give Mohamma Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen a call.

 

Address :

3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H Damansara Perdana Business Centre, Petaling Jaya.

 

Operating Hours :

Saturday-Thursday (11:00AM – 11:00PM)

Friday (4:00PM – 11:00PM)

 

  1. Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

 

Last but most definitely not least is a truly authentic restaurant : Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant. You can’t argue with the authenticity, because the family that runs the restaurant originated from Lanzhou, China. And the family has been Muslim for generations.

 

This restaurant has a bunch of options, but most people go for their authentically hand-pulled noodles, which you can see being done. They have this glistening duck that is so gorgeous and tender, it’s is an indulgence. Also, if spicy is your thing, then do not worry because Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurants is influenced by that spicy and fiery Sichuan flavours. If you enjoy Chinese food, then this is definitely the place to be.

 

Address :

Unit – 1-14, Level 1, Nexus Bangsar South, No. 7, Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours :

Everyday

10:30AM – 10:30PM

 

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Article is written by: 

Fatin Najwa binti Daud, is a medical student studying at IMU Malaysia. She is a freelance writer of this blog at Zaahara. Interests include music, art, sports and travel.

-Photos are taken from google images

© 2016 Zaahara Ventures Sdn. Bhd.

 

Spa hotel Petaling Jaya: information, prices, reviews, photos and videos

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  • Family rooms
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  • Rooms for smokers
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • English
  • Rooms with balcony / terrace
  • Chinese
  • Malay
  • Connecting rooms
  • Tea / coffee making facilities
  • Household appliances (microwave oven, refrigerator, etc. )etc.)
  • Hair dryer
  • What is in the bathroom (shower, bath, etc.)
  • Safe
  • Air conditioning / heating
  • Rooms with a good view
  • Bed type / size
  • Extra beds
  • Pool, spa and fitness room
  • Facilities for people with disabilities
  • Iron
  • Property contact details
  • Active rest
  • Airport shuttle
  • Transfer to city center / local attractions
  • Parking
  • First floor room
  • Storage space for luggage
  • Public transport stops nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants near
  • Supermarkets nearby
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  • Cost of meals
  • Rules for the placement of animals
  • Cleaning / Laundry Service
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Icon City Apartment Petaling Jaya by beestay 344 pax] is located in Petaling, just 2.9 km from Sunway Medical Center, and offers a terrace, garden and outdoor pool.Evolve Concept Shopping Center is 9 km away. It offers air conditioning, free

This apartment has 2 bedrooms, a living room, a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a dining area, and 1 bathroom with a bidet and a washing machine.

Kerwe is 10 km from the apartments, while Kuala Lumpur is 10 km away. The nearest airport is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, 17 km from Icon City Petaling Jaya by Beestay. Guests can use the common room

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Check-in: 15:00 – 23:30

Departure: 12:00 – 12:30

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Icon City, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
90,000 Best breakfasts & brunch spots in Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast is often the most important meal of the day and also the most interesting for Malaysians.In the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, breakfast comes in many forms, ranging from hunter favorites and traditions to modern western twists, all of which provide an opportunity to kickstart our tummy for the day. Here are our suggestions for the best places to start your day at KL.

Imby Market

Cafe, food stall, Malaysian, Asian, Chinese, street food, $ $$

Imbi Market is practically an institution for Kuala Lumpur’s rich food history. Although the traditional street setting has been encroached upon by expansion projects, resulting in its relocation to a gated complex, many of the popular hawker stalls are thriving in the new location.Awaken your stomach with a selection of hot meals for brunch, or grab an egg pie and roll of apa for a bite to eat on your way to work.

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W – Sun:

9:00 – 18:30

ICC Pudu Jalan Kijang, Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

+60321111111

Dishwasher:

All day, breakfast, brunch, lunch

Atmosphere:

Casual, Open Kitchen, Fast Casual

Chawan

Cafe, Restaurant, Malaysian, Asian, Halal, $$ $

A real breakfast for everyone who loves authentic Malay food, Chawan provides a great spread of local treats.Try street snacks such as kukur (fried balls usually stuffed with seafood), keropoc lecor (fried fish in a stick or cracker), toast and hard-boiled eggs, or a complete nasi kerabu meal (blue ryang rice with randan curry sides) and lontong (rice cakes in a spicy coconut milk soup). The variety of local household blends is also worth trying. Be sure to pay attention to how the various Malaysian coffees relate to foreign dishes served in international cafes.

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Sun – Sat:

8:00 – 1:00

69 Jalan Telavi 3, Bangsar Bahru, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia

+60322875507

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Dishwasher:

All day, breakfast, late night

Atmosphere:

Casual, Relaxed, Traditional, Outdoor

Breakfast Thieves

Bistro, Cafe, Contemporary, Fusion, Asian, $$ $

Those familiar with Melbourne may recognize this store from its sister location and original establishment on the ground below.Arriving in Malaysia, its original founders, Breakfast of Thieves, presents classic Melbourne favorites with a stronger Asian touch. Set in an industrial-chic space in Bangsar hip-hop district that was once an old print shop, enjoys a lip-hitting brunch that will last all day.

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W – Sun:

9:00 – 17:00

Lot M, 29-5 Jalan Riong, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia

+60327883548

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Dishwasher:

Brunch, Breakfast, Afternoon Tea, Lunch

Atmosphere:

Arty, Business, Modern, Quirky, Unusual

VCR

Bistro, Cafe, Gastropub, Australian, Contemporary, Healthy, Vegetarian, $$ $

Paying tribute to the retro environment of videotape, VCR exudes a homey feel to its nostalgic patrons with comfortable décor and perfect food products made from locally sourced ingredients.It is also a popular destination with trendy young people looking for Instagram-savvy eating habits. The VCR offers brunch recipes that push the boundaries of flavorful pairing, and most items can be cooked to suit vegetarian diets upon request. The affordable squash cake is a big hit, and so is the soft shell burger.

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Sun – Sat:

8:30 – 23:00

2 Jalan Galloway, Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 50150, Malaysia

+60321102330

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Dishwasher:

All day, breakfast, breakfast, afternoon tea

Atmosphere:

Arty, Casual, Cozy, Quirky, Stylish

Three Little Pigs and a Big Bad Wolf

Diner, Cafe, Restaurant, European, Contemporary, North American, $$$

The mildly named Three Little Pigs and Big Bad Wolf are a hit for their hearty meals and variety of dishes.A winning feature is their pear, non-halal menu, rare in most Muslim Malaysia. Brunch at this place means large plates of scrambled eggs and pork sausages or pork burgers, washed down with a delicious milkshake.

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Sun – Sat:

9:00 – 22:00

1 Jalan Telavi, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia

+60322832270

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Dishwasher:

All Day, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch

Atmosphere:

Casual, Sophisticated, Modern, Stylish

antipodes

Bistro, Diner, Cafe, European, Contemporary, $$$

If you’re looking for a great breakfast, Antipodean is the place to go. With a large hearty menu serving daily meals, lovely and nutritious morning spreads and the finest Indonesian coffee from smallholder farmers, this KL chain is popular with those looking for New Zealand-inspired delicacies. Antipodean also donates money to outreach programs to support smallholder farmers in the coffee industry.

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Sun – Sat:

7:00 – 17:00

207, Menara Tan and Tan Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, 50450, Malaysia

+60321610752

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Atmosphere:

Random, Quirky, Arty

Rubber duck

Bakery, Bistro, Cafe, Healthy, Australian, Pastry, Contemporary, $$ $

This hidden gem, visited by the people of Mon Kiara, served acai and dried bowls long before the trend hit CL this year and continues to provide healthy, healthy food from breakfast to lunch.Enjoy cocktails, homemade cakes and hot dishes like omelet wrapped around salted beef served on toast, all in an outdoor setting. The Madeleines are a crowd favorite, so get up early to light one to accompany your morning coffee.

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Sun – Sat:

8:00 – 18:00

60 Jalan Sri Khartamas 1, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia

+60362061832

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Dishwasher:

Brunch, breakfast, lunch

Atmosphere:

Arty, Casual, Outdoor, Relaxed

Nice breakfast club

Bistro, Diner, Cafe, Contemporary, European, American, $$ $

The Fancy Breakfast Club has an active testing kitchen dedicated to a new spin on familiar breakfast items.Its minimalist attitude has patrons focusing on what really matters: distributing food and drink that is page worthy of a magazine. Formerly an underground brunch club, the café maintains its common seating with a large dining-style table, and hosts book-only weekends, providing a close-knit and low push.

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9:00 – 16:00

6 Jalan Telavi 2, Bangsar Bahru, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia

+60322022020

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Dishwasher:

Brunch, afternoon tea, lunch, breakfast

Atmosphere:

Secret, Artie, Cozy, Quirky

Hoppers KL

Bistro, Cafe, Delhi, Indian, Malaysian, Asian, $$ $

Providing brunch like no other, Hoppers is proud of its roots in Sri Lanka and the South Indian Ocean and offers modern interesting apana backs, coconut crepe / pancakes in the shape of a bowl. (The name refers to the Englishization of appam). A fun bunker-based brunch can be used with sweet or savory options ranging from treats like palm sugar (gula Melaka) and Milo dressing. Plus, there are excellent buttermilk prawns or chicken curries. The building is slightly hidden away from the usual KL attractions; just look for retro Bollywood posters hanging over a fancy set of dining seats.

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Mon – Thu:

10:00 – 16:30

Fri – Sun:

10:00 – 21:00

76 Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

+60320220832

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Dishwasher:

Brunch, afternoon tea

Atmosphere:

Cozy, Secret, Temporary, Business, Art, Pop-up Restaurant

Ful Lai Restaurant

Cafe, Chinese, Asian, Street Food, Buffet, $$$

Dim size is a popular Chinese breakfast dish: small dumplings filled with meat and soup, served in bamboo baskets.Ful Lai Restaurant is quite popular and is patronized by many loyal local guests. Seems like there is no close time, stop at any time of the day (including after your regular breakfast) to enjoy popular dim sum like minced pork or tank top or rice paper dumplings stuffed with shrimp.

More information

Sun – Sat:

7:00 – 4:00

1 Jalan 2 / 116b, Kuchai Enterprise Park, Kuala Lumpur, 58200, Malaysia

+60379836851

Dishwasher:

All day, breakfast, brunch, brunch
90,000 Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.MIHAS 2021 International Halal Exhibition

MIHAS 2021

Kuala Lumpur International Halal and Healthy Food Exhibition

MIHAS 2021 International Halal Exhibition will be held this year in Kuala Lumpur from September 9-12 for the 17th time. The organizer of the exhibition is the Malaysian Corporation for the Development of Foreign Trade (Matrade). The exhibition is supported by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). At MIHAS 2021, not only new trends in the field of halal products and healthy food will be presented, but also halal cosmetics, Islamic fashion and textiles, medicines, and hygiene items.The exhibition is attended by representatives of well-known companies, retailers, distributors, suppliers of hotels and restaurants. The previous exhibition in 2019 was attended by about 1,000 exhibitors and about 30,000 visitors.


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Country, city:
Malaysia,
Kuala Lumpur

Location:

Frequency: annually

Dates:
09/09/2021 – 09/12/2021

Hours of Operation: 10:00 – 19:00

Terms of Visit: for Sales Representatives, then Sales Representatives and the General Public

Organizers: MATRADE (Malaysian External Trade Developemnt Corporation)

Website :
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