9 Best Halal Chinese Muslim Places To Go in KL
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Malaysia never comes up short on offering a rich and diverse variety of delicious flavours to savour. One of the best things about Malaysian cuisine is how culturally diverse it is.
That said, it would be a shame not to be able to try all the cuisines Malaysia has to offer, especially if you’re concerned of the halal status. Dive into our top picks of halal Chinese Muslim Places in KL to get your hands on authentic Chinese food.
1. MOHD CHAN RESTAURANT
If you’ve ever driven around KL, you might have seen a few of Mohd Chan’s outlets. There’s 15 of them which goes to show how popular and well-established they are. Mohd Chan serves up some of the best Cantonese dishes, including their classic Teochew steamed fish, classic butter sotong, and four-season vegetable. Their most famous dish is the chilli crab, a tantalising plate of crabs served in a sweet and spicy homemade chilli sauce, a must-have if you visit Mohd Chan.
Location: 45, Jalan USJ 10/1F, 47650 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 11.00AM – 11.00PM
2. MUHIBBAH SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
Muhibbah offers a unique spread of Chinese-Thai fusion food made in large portions for everyone to share. Some of their star dishes include their spicy, tangy tom yam soup, deep-fried fresh squid, steamed fish of your choice with a clear Thai sauce. While you’re there, don’t miss the chance to try out their butter prawns, and Chinese cabbage in oyster sauce. Make sure to make reservations beforehand though because they’re usually full during peak hours.
Location: Lot 2851, Jalan Seri Penchala, Kg Sg Penchala Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hours: 12.00PM – 2.30PM, 6.30PM – 10.00PM (Closed on Mondays)
Best known for its generous portions, Homst doesn’t skimp out either on providing a spacious atmosphere and large tables perfect for a family feast. They have over 30 dim sum options which are a perfected speciality of Homst. They’re also known for their wet butter chicken, broccoli mushroom, egg foo yong and mapo tofu. Homst also offers a unique set of desserts including deep-fried ice cream, a line of sago lolos, longan sea coconut, chinese pancake and of course, mixed fruits.
Location: No: 34-36, Persiaran Zaaba, 60000, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11.00AM – 10:30PM
4. MOHD ADAM ALI CHINESE MUSLIM RESTAURANT
This restaurant although quaint, has a lot to offer. So, don’t be overwhelmed when you take a look at their menu list and try to figure out what to get because they have quite an extensive menu selection. One thing you must get while there is their signature salted-egg-yolk prawn. The saltiness of the egg yolk complements the freshness of the prawn, creating a creamy and buttery perfection. Many recommend trying the fish selection emphasising on the freshness of the fish and the array of serving preparation to choose from.
Location: 74G, Jalan Puteri 5/1, Bandar Puteri, Puchong 47100, Malaysia
Hours: 11:30 AM – 10:30 PM (Closed on Sunday)
5. GOLDEN VALLEY CHINESE MUSLIM RESTAURANT
There’s no arguing that Golden Valley’s selection of Chinese-Muslim cuisine is delightful, enjoyable and perfect for sharing. Try out their Nyonya-style steamed sea bass, lala in superior broth, marmite chicken, salad prawn, almond chicken, ginger and chicken fried rice and kong po chicken yam basket.
Location: L3 – 18 & 19, Melawati Mall, 310, Lorong Selangor, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia
Hours: Mon-Fri; 11:30AM-3.00PM, 6.00PM-10.00PM, Sat-Sun; 6.00PM-10.00PM
6. LAMB SHEPHERD RESTAURANT
Spicy and flavourful, this Chinese-Muslim restaurant is a good place to satiate your craving for Xi’an delicacies a rarity here in Malaysia. Prepare yourself for a burst of flavour and spice that will have you come back for seconds. Try out the restaurant’s spicy salted mushroom, fried chilli prawn, braised eggplant, roast lamb chop, and chilli chicken. While you’re there, start with their dim sum menu, they serve the best.
Location: No. 8A, Jalan 4/27F, off Jalan Genting Klang, Desa Setapak, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11:30 AM-9:30 PM (Closed on Mondays)
7. JIBBY CHOW
Looking for something new and contemporary? Give Jibby Chow a try. They are well-known for putting a twist on the traditional as shown by their famous spiced roasted duck in steamed mantao or Boston lobster in their signature chilli sauce. Jibby Chow certainly serves up scrumptious Chinese food in an ambience that’s upscale and picture-perfect.
Location: SS15 Courtyard, Jalan SS 15/4d, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya
Hours: Open daily; 10AM-10PM
8. MAJU PALACE RESTAURANT
Maju Palace has a wide selection of delicious halal dim sum. One of the great offers this restaurant has is a 30% discount on food items during weekends which is a great plus point if you’re looking for food deals. Another must-try here is their Shredded Chicken & Snow Creek Vegetable Porridge that can even change to most avid-porridge haters to clean their bowls here.
Location: Maju Junction Mall, Level 5, 1001, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Chow Kit, 50350 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11 AM –3 PM, 6 PM–11 PM
9. AMBER CHINESE MUSLIM RESTAURANT
Unlike your regular Cantonese restaurant, Amber’s serves up a spicier side of Canton dishes. While they don’t serve fish, their lamb dishes, which are not too common in Cantonese cooking, are a definite must-have. While you’re there, be sure to give their hand-pulled mee and beef a try.
Location: Unit 14, 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 10.45 AM – 10.30 PM
Halal Chinese Muslim Places in KL
If you’re out and about craving for a hot bowl of authentic Chinese food, be sure to check out these Halal Chinese Muslim places in KL. Always to make a reservation beforehand! If you’re too lazy to call these places up, head on over to the foodpanda app and have your favourite foods delivered to your doorstep.
You can also check out these Halal Dessert Places that are perfect for a romantic date!
Article Written By Marcovy
Marcovy is a passionate writer who thinks life is about living to eat and enjoying it to the fullest. He wanted to explore the restaurants around Malaysia and the idea of documenting those food experiences was what inspired him to start writing food blog.