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!

Top 10 Places for Halal

Top 10 places for Halal

Latest Reviews for Halal

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Halal

The cakes (RM13) are delicious especially the chocolate - to die for. Recommended!


So I do get some of my malay friends complaining how it’s so hard to find a good dim sum place around. And I think Dolly Dim Sum has made dreams come true. They almost taste like it has pork (except it’s chicken *excuse me*). And love love love the Golden Fried Rice. Topped with fish roe and a generous amount of fresh prawns it’s the perfect fried rice ever. Period. Love how it’s really egg-y and not drenched in oil although you do need to fork out a bit for a plate of fried rice but it’s worth every penny. Take a shot at their Egg Custard Bun (With Salted Egg Yolk fillings) which has a good ratio of pau to Egg Yolk sauce hahahah and their crispy Yam Croquette!

P.S: Visited their Avenue K outlet a couple of times, and I must say the interior is super pretty and they have the perfect natural lighting! ❤️

Avg Price: RM 30

1979 (RM24) is a pumpkin curry pasta dish with grilled chicken and pumpkin seeds. Quite tasty but could have been better with more sauce. Latte (RM10) was smooth. Definitely would come again.


Under the specials menu you’ll find this lovely dish of five juicy spiced lamb meatballs with beetroot hummus, Turkish bread, pickled veggies and sautéed asparagus that’s served with a mint yoghurt dip. This dish is a flavour bomb – the refreshing dip helps cut through the meatiness of the lamb, while the pickled greens provide contrasting bright flavours.


I’m still dreaming of this dish! This seems like a new addition to the all day breakfast menu and I sure hope it sticks. The luscious and homemade ricotta – it’s a little grainy but in a good way – is topped with crunchy peanut crumble that sits on lovely slice of brioche. To finish it off, it’s doused in kelulut honey (from stingless bees) – they tell us it’s supposed to have sweet-sour flavour notes. Everything works so well together and I feel RM14 is a steal for this dish. There are also options of cherry jam or tomato & olives to go with the ricotta, which I’m sure will be just as good.


I’m in love. Soul Sacrifice’s fairly new menu comes sporting this all day breakfast Ricotta Toast. The lightly toasted brioche bread is topped with their rustic housemade ricotta, creamy but also a little grainy (in a good way). The finishing blow is that dollop of kelulut (stingless bee) honey and peanut crumble. Kelulut honey is said to be on the sweet-sourish side, and this bright, sticky syrup seeps beautifully into that fine, crunchy peanut crumble. The result is pretty amazing, and for just RM14.

If this cafe was nearer to home, I’d camp here just for this dish.


Newly opened! The Sandwich Hub offers a simple and quick lunch option at an affordable price. Sandwiches are priced at RM7.90 to RM9.90. Was recommended the Sirloin, Shepherd and Indian Ocean. Decided to go with The Sirloin (RM9.90). Meat had good flavour but some pieces were very tough to chew. Served in toasted ciabatta.


Roasted lamb shoulder slices with caramelised onions, slathered with mint mayonnaise on ciabatta bread – what’s not to love? Though there was too much mayo for my liking, it’s still a simple and tasty sandwich.


Of course I had to order the Indian dish. This one of curried prawns was delicious! I had, however, wished for more prawns but given the very reasonable price tag, I still left a happy camper.


Lamb, caramelised onions, mint mayo on ciabatta. Simple and tasty stuff, although they still working out how much mayo to slab on it. Flavours work for a RM9.90 lunch that will fill you up fine.


One of my favourite cafés in the city, Soul Sacrifice is where you’ll find its food is just as good as its coffee. I love how local condiments are featured on the menu, like sambal. I say go for the scotch eggs or the pumpkin curry pasta. Or something else which has a mix of local and western flavours. Also, coffee is consistently superb.


Breakfast mix and match!

Got a Sausage McMuffin with Egg and a Hash Brown! Yummy start to the morning!

The hash brown was just warm and comforting to me.