13 Best Halal Restaurants For Iftar in Kuala Lumpur

Amongst many others, Ramadan is also a month chock-full of gatherings where bonds are forged and renewed between new acquaintances, close friends and family members. Iftar get-togethers are eagerly awaited this month – as the saying goes, nothing brings people together like good food!

With that in mind, here’s a list of halal restaurants in Kuala Lumpur perfect for your next iftar. To avoid any disappointment, make reservations at places that accept bookings and come extra early for those that don’t.

1. Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail

Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail
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With more than 90 authentic Malay dishes to choose from, Rebung is the place to go for an impressive and fulfilling buffet experience like no other. With traditional lauk and desserts such as daging salai masak lemak, telur itik masak lemak, rebung perut, serawa durian, and pengat pisang, this is one iftar session you and your loved ones wouldn’t mind repeating.

Address: 5-2 Cascade Parking, Jalan Bukit Aman, 1, Jalan Tanglin, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM84.80 (~S$27.90) for adults, RM53 (~S$17.40) for children (aged 5 to 11)

Date of Availability: 6 May – 3 June 2019, 6.30pm – 10pm

Contact: +603-2276 2525 | Website

2. De.wan 1958 by Chef Wan

De.wan 1958 by Chef Wan
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The famous celebrity Malaysian chef, Chef Wan, has just opened a new dining place and word has it, the food is gobsmackingly good. Stylish and spacious, your dining affair isn’t limited to savouring fine food alone but extended to the striking and fun decor that reflects Chef Wan’s bubbly persona.

Address: Lot 2-2 Level 2 The LINC KL No, 360, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM150 (~S$49.40) for adults, RM70 (~S$23) for children (below 11 years)

Date of Availability: 10 May – 2 June 2019, 6pm – 10pm

Contact: +603-9213 0383 | Website

3. Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers

Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers
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For another option that boasts local flavours, Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers will not disappoint. This eatery hasn’t been in operation for more than a year but has received much love for its scrumptious home-cooked meals. Featuring a buffet spread of comforting Malaysian classics like sambal udang petai, ayam berempah, asam pedas, and daging salai masak lemak, this restaurant will ensure you tuck into heartwarming fare.

#HZtip: Prayer space is provided as well on the premises.

Address: 3, Jalan Setia Bakti, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM55.90 (~S$18.40) for adults, RM39.90 (~S$13.30) for children (below 12 years)

Date of Availability: 6 May – 3 June 2019, 6pm – 11pm

Contact: +603-2011 2530 | Website

4. Nelayan Steamboat

Nelayan Steamboat
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For an iftar feast that is affordable yet uncompromisingly delicious, Nelayan Steamboat is your answer. Feast to your heart’s content with their huge selection of steamboat ingredients – over 70 to be exact! They also serve grilled chicken, meat and mutton of different marinades.

#HZtip: Prayer space is provided as well on the premises.

Address: Batu 8, Jalan Gombak, 53100 Gombak, Selangor

No 33A, Jalan Awf 1, Ampang Waterfront, 68000 Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM39.90 (~S$13.10) for adults, RM22.90 (~S$7.50) for children (aged 5 to 11)

Date of Availability: 7 May – 2 June 2019, 6pm – 10pm

Contact: Gombak +60 1 3-223 7228 | Facebook

Ampang +60 1 3-223 7228 | Facebook

5. Kg. Baru Seafood (Shellout)

Kg. Baru Share Out & Shout Out
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A casual hangout sesh with a view, this shell out eatery is a hit with the locals for its generous portions and finger-licking good flavours. Break your fast with the iconic KLCC as your backdrop and enjoy the late evening breeze of this open-air diner.

#HZtip: There’s also a prayer room for you to perform your prayers.

Address: Stadium Kampung, Laman Selera, Jalan Raja Uda, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Price: Menu

Date of Availability: Daily, 5.30pm – 12.30am

Contact: +601 1-2194 6803 | Facebook

6. Little Rara

Little Rara Thai Noodle House
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There’s just something addictive about Thai food – a harmonious mix of sweet, sour and spicy! A satisfying and sufficient iftar awaits you and your pals here at Little Rara. Expect all your favourite Thai food from pad thai, tom yum, pad kra praw, kerabu daging, Thai mango sticky rice and more!

Opening Hours: 5:30 pm – 12 am (closed on Sundays)

Address: Menara HLA, 3, Jalan Kia Peng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

No. 333, Jln Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur

Price: Menu

Date of Availability: 5.30pm – 12am (closed on Sundays)

Contact: +60 1 2-372 2706 (Menara HLA) | +60 1 6-305 5388  (Jalan TAR) | Website

7. Mala Mala

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It may not be the best idea to break your fast with spicy food but there’s no stopping the spicy cravings when the time arises. Literally translating to “numbing spice”, your taste buds are sure to burn up upon taking a bite of their stir-fried mala.

Can’t handle the heat but interested to give it a try? Fret not, as there are four different spicy levels: rempah je (just the spices), pedas sikit (a little spicy), pedas sangat (very spicy) and pedas gila (crazy spicy). Choose the spicy level of your liking!

Address: Melawati Mall, LG-03, 355, Jalan Bandar Melawati, Pusat Bandar Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur

Price: Ramadan Special Set Menu

Date of Availability: Daily, 10am – 10pm

Contact: +60 1 6-323 3206 | Facebook

8. Hadramawt Kingdom

hadramawt kingdom
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Enjoy an impressive Arabic feast here at Hadramawt Kingdom! Prepared by their skilful Arab chef, it can’t get any more authentic than this. Expect a generous spread of Middle Eastern dishes such as mandy rice, zurbian rice, mandy chicken, samosa, hummus, and kunafa among others.

Address: 71, Jalan Raja Alang, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM34.90 (~S$11.50) for adults, RM17.90 (~S$5.90) for children (aged 6 to 12)

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June 2019, 4pm – 5am

Contact: +60 1 7-886 9414 | Facebook

9. Sweetree

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Halal Korean food is abundant here in KL but halal Korean buffet? Now that’s something to look forward to! Only available during Ramadan, Sweetree’s yearly Ramadan Korean buffet is highly anticipated by Korean foodies. Relish in their 25 offerings including standard Korean dishes of Bibimbap, Korean fried chicken with cheese, bulgogi as well as desserts like hotteok and bingsu.

Address: No 13 L-1 & 2, Jln. Ampang Putra, Taman Putra Sulaiman, Ampang

Price: RM50 (~S$16.50) for adults, RM39 (~S$12.90) for children

Date of Availability: 9 May – 2 June 2019, 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Contact: +60 1 7-282 1550 | Facebook

10. Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden Malaysia
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For fans of Korean food, this eatery needs no further introduction. Serving up Korean cuisine in an all-you-can-eat buffet, Seoul Garden is a hot pick for large gatherings. Take your pick at their buffet aisle from seafood, marinated meats, vegetables to other goodies that you can cook at your table hotpot and grill.

Address, opening hours & contact: Click here for a list of their outlets.

11. Suki-Ya

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With an unlimited supply of chicken, beef, and lamb, this Japanese steamboat buffet is a dream-come-true for meat lovers. Take your pick between their four broth stock of shabu shabu, miso, sukiyaki or kimchi. Add a few corns, daikon radish and spring onions on the first round to build up the flavours of your soup base before putting in the other ingredients.

Address, opening hours & contact: Click here for a list of their outlets.

12. Amber Chinese Muslim

Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant
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Serving up authentic Northern Chinese cuisine here in KL, Amber celebrates Ramadan by offering a buffet of its much-coveted Szechuan dishes. With recipes hailing all the way from Lanzhou, China, you know you’re in for an authentic Chinese dining experience.

Address: Unit 14, 7, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Lot F337, Level 1 @ Rainforest, One Utama Shopping Centre

Price: RM69 (~S$22.70) for adults, RM35 (~S$11.50) for children (aged 6 to 11)

Date of Availability: 6 May – 3 June 2019, 7pm – 9pm

Contact: +603-2242 1010 (Bangsar South) | +603-7680 1020 (One Utama) | Facebook

13. Min Max Restaurant

Min Max Restaurant
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If you’re looking for another dim sum restaurant aside from Dolly Dim Sum, give Min Max a try. Aside from their handmade dim sum, their Hong Kong fusion cuisine is not to be missed as well. Dishes are made to order so do expect to wait.

Address: Lot No. 2.1, Level 2, at PNB Darby Park, Jalan Binjai, 50450, Kuala Lumpur

Date of Availability: Mondays to Saturdays, 11am 3pm, 6pm 10.30pm | Sundays, 9am 3pm, 6pm 10.30pm

Contact: +603-2166 8669 | Website

Now that you have a list of halal places for your iftar, there’s more reason for you to gather your loved ones. Selamat berbuka puasa!

By Aishah

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