The Best Chinese Muslim Restaurants in KL to Cure Your Cravings

The best halal Chinese food, all right here.
By: Aina Shamshuri
March 28, 2023

Got a craving for some Chinese food? Lucky for us, Malaysia is such a melting pot of cultures, that KL has an abundance of halal Chinese restaurants so you can enjoy some amazing Chinese without losing its authenticity! We’ve compiled a list of the some of the best Chinese Muslim restaurants in KL so you can treat your family and friends to some good dim sum, noodles, and so much more.

Best Halal Chinese Restaurants

1. Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

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True foodies will definitely know Amber. They’re a halal Chinese restaurant in Bangsar, and they’ve also got a second outlet at the LGM KLCC Junction, and they serve some of the most authentic Northern Chinese food in Malaysia. Amber is all about Szechuan flavour, and their dishes definitely have a kick of spice and intense flavour. We recommend going in groups, because their portions were made to share, and you’re going to want to try everything on the gigantic menu anyway. Be sure to try their signature Roasted Lamb Chops and Hand Pulled Noodles a try!

For more information or to make a booking, click here.

Address:Click here for all outlets
Operating hours:Nexus Bangsar South: 12PM – 9PM daily
KL: 11AM – 8PM
Contact details: Click here for all contact details

2. Golden Valley

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Freshwater Prawn Noodles, Crispy Roast Duck, Yam Basket with Kung Po Chicken – our mouths are drooling just talking about this. Golden Valley is famous for serving up some amazing halal Chinese food, and they’re conveniently located in Melawati Mall, so now you have an answer for the best muslim Chinese restaurants in KL. The food portions here are also great for sharing, and the restaurant itself is a wonderful place to have events, so have your next birthday dinner at Golden Valley, and toast to a new year with a bowl of Salted Vegetable and Tofu Soup!

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Address:310, Lorong Selangor, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor
Operating hours:11AM – 10PM
Contact details: 03 4161 3328

3. Ruyi and Lyn

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For an upscale vibe, check out Ruyi and Lyn, or sometimes better known as just “Ruyi”. They’re a modern Chinese restaurant that’s completely pork-free and are halal-friendly, but they also have a bespoke cocktail bar. An award-winning restaurant, this dining establishment is like nothing you’ve seen before – it’s spread out over a whopping 22,000 square feet, with a mezzanine area, a Western bistro, and even private rooms that have karaoke facilities, they’re a truly versatile space that serves amazing Chinese food.

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Address:4th Floor Annex Bangsar Shopping Center, 285, Jalan Maarof, 59000 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours:11AM – 3PM, 6PM – 11PM
Contact details: 03 2083 0288

4. Four Seasons Noodle House

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Nestled in between the concrete walls of Tamarind Square lies an unassuming halal Chinese restaurant that actually has unbelievably good food. Beyond the noodles that the restaurant is named after, they also have a variety of Chinese cuisine that’s to die for, like a whole assortment of incredible dumplings, a whole page of their menu that’s dedicated to spicy food, and you have to try at least one item from their BBQ menu. The owners are super friendly and will recommend some stuff to try out, and trust us, you’ll leave with a full belly and a warm, happy feeling.

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Address:D3-03-12, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 11, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Cyberjaya
Operating hours:11AM – 11PM daily
Contact details: 011 1430 6101

5. Shang Palace

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One of Shangri-La’s dining establishments, Shang Palace has demonstrated themselves as the place to be for Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine. They’re known for their unique creations, such as “Monk Jump Over The Wall”, or try some of the more classic dishes, like Traditional Peking Duck that they serve in two different ways. Their dishes and ambience guarantee a whole gastronomic experience that will tantalise your five senses, and leave you wanting more.

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Address:Level 1,11 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours:Click here for all operating hours
Contact details: 03 2074 3900

6. Lamb Shepherd

A local favourite, Lamb Shepherd has been serving authentic halal Sichuan food to happy customers for years. Their dishes are rich in spices and are intensely flavourful so come with an empty belly and open mind. We recommend ordering their Deep Fried Lamb, Sour Soup with Fish, and Fried Yam with Fungus. It’s a super popular restaurant, so prepare for long queues during peak hour. Please take note that this is a cash-only establishment!

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Address:No. 8A Ground Floor, Jalan 4/27F, Off Jalan Genting Klang, Desa Setapaka, 53300 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours:Tue – Fri: 11.30AM – 6.30PM
Weekends: 11.30AM – 7.30PM
Closed on Mondays
Contact details: 03 4131 8144

7. Chopsticks by Muhammad Oon

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For warm, comforting meals, check out Chopsticks by Muhammad Oon. It’s a cosy, family-style restaurant, and they have branches in TTDI, Bangsar, and Cyberjaya. They’ve got a huge menu, so we recommend coming in a group just so you can try everything! For single dishes, we love their stir-fried dishes because the wok hei is so intense, you can really feel the love that the chefs put into the food. Chopsticks is definitely one of our top picks for the best Chinese muslim restaurants in KL.

For more information or to make a booking, click here.

Address:Click here for all outlets
Operating hours:Click here for all opening hours
Contact details: 012 203 2727

8. DIN by Din Tai Fung

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Did you know that Din Tai Fung has a few halal outlets? All the halal DTF outlets are called DIN by Din Tai Fung, and are available at Suria KLCC, Nu Sentral KL, KLIA Terminal 1, IOI City Mall 2, and Johor Bahru Mid Valley Southkey. They’re super famous for their dumplings, and their Hong Kong branch even won a Michelin star! What started off as a humble retail store that sold cooking oil grew to become a steamed dumpling and noodle restaurant, and now has branches all over the world. If you’ve ever wondered what the rave was about, definitely check out Din Tai Fung’s halal branches to experience one of the best halal Chinese restaurants for yourself.

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Address:Click here for all outlets
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