Halal Restaurants in Malaysia – 136 Restaurants
A restaurant that offers good ambience and authentic Thai cuisine.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 387 Reviews
The place is huge with a sprawling car park, a gated vegetable garden, a pondok, artificial stream with fishes by the side of the restaurant, water fountain decorated with flowering plants and shrubs with the grand and majestic restaurant at the far end.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 29 ReviewsSuperb
Teluk Kumbar Khuntai is a big restaurant with indoor and outdoor sitting areas together with big parking lot. Khuntai has great experience in serving authentic Thai cuisine, their experience earn them good reputation and grow their business to a total of 4 restaurant now, 2 in Penang and 2 in Petaling Jaya.
Aunty Nat some decent Nyonya food. Not only that, having a nice setup in the restaurant helps as well.
Service is very poor. Getting from bad to worse. Had to wait for more than 1 hour to be served (last time, had to wait nearly 30min). Those that came way later than us had their food served before us. When our food finally came, the portion was small (as compared to the same dish served to the table beside ours) and not worth the money.
wedarefood posted wedarefood.blogspot.com 27 ReviewsSuperb
A classic Nyonya delicacy to start our meal. The crunchy outer shell compliments the soft, moist and juicy radishes perfectly! The finely chopped spring onions and chilli added a light freshness to the pai tee and the sambal was a beautiful blend of spiciness and sourness.
A South Indian restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a coffee-shop setting as well as al-fresco dining on the corridor. Famed for it's banana leaf rice. Service in this place is good. The waiters are attentive and always eager to please.
A close friend brought me here, i was skeptical, again a typical banana leaf. But i was wrong, i had the vege set, the Dhall was thick and good, the side dishes was good, the rasam was just nice and NOT watery. Overall satisfied.
Popup stalls selling traditional Malay food delicacies for the breaking of fast, setup yearly for 1 month before Hari Raya.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 141 ReviewsExceptional
Bulan Puasa!! What is the hottest activity during this amazing month? Of course the amazing Bazaar Ramadan around the country. Last Friday I visited the Bazaar Ramadan at Taman Tun to "tapau" some of our Muslim Friends special delicacy as dinner.
There weren't much drawbacks from this meal, besides the pork-free agenda, and I wasn't really expecting much. However, the food proved me wrong. Halal Dim Sum can be very enticing and delicious as well, and considering the price we paid for, it's definitely reasonable as having usual dim sums (halal) at hotels is costly