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12 Halal Eateries In KL & Selangor For Your Next Girlfriend Catch-Up Session

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Iyesha  •  Jun 11, 2019

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[Updated 5 October 2020] Sometimes, there's nothing better than an afternoon catching with our girlfriends at amazing halal eateries in Klang Valley. They are, after all, our greatest friends in the world. Between our childhood friends, school mates, college buddies or colleagues, it's the kind of friendship that will last a lifetime ❤️ Whether you have a bridal shower and birthday party to plan or simply a casual meet-up, here are the best halal eateries in Klang Valley for an awesome girls get-together 😊
1. Dough & Dolce
If you and your girlfriends are big fans of cafe hopping, Dough and Dolce would make a good first stop. An independent bakery cafe in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, they've been known to serve deliciously baked bread, decadent desserts and hearty meals that'll keep the brunch crowd happy. Try their comfort food like Chipotle sourdough grilled cheese sandwich, smoked duck aglio olio and sourdough pizza. For some sweet treats, they've got all kinds of options too such as sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce, dark chocolate marble cheesecake, and custard tart with almond shortcrust. You can read more about Dough & Dolce here 😊 Halal status: All meats and ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers. Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 8AM-6PM, Sat-Sun & PH; 9AM-6PM Address: Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 1, Kuala Lumpur Facebook | Instagram
2. Torte By Linda
Looking for a new unique dessert to try? Then you've got to check out Torte By Linda! This cafe in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong serves up Russian cakes. Try exotic-sounding offerings like their signature Tort Classic Medovik cake made up of soft, caramelized honey sponges sandwiched between Dulce de leche (boiled condensed milk cream). There different variations of the Medovik cake in different flavours, including chocolate, caramel, orange and more. Don't forget to also try the Burnt Cheesecake! Want to know more about Torte by Linda? Click here to read all about the unique cafe! Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 1PM-6PM (closed on Mon) Address: Level 1, 8 Kinrara, Jalan BK 5a/1, Bandar Kinrara, 47180 Puchong, Selangor Contact: +6012-388 5196 Facebook | Instagram
3. The Hyacinth Cafe
Owned by beloved lawyer-turned-baker Yani Othman, The Hyacinth Cafe was originally a small home business before it grew leaps and bounds into a brick-and-mortar cafe in Desa Melawati. It also has its own studio for baking classes. Look around the cafe, and you'll see spot a number of dessert offerings that are rotated on a regular basis. If you'reeyeing on the Victoria sandwich, pandan gula Melaka cake or lemon loaf, remember to save some room for other savoury delights such as croissant sandwiches and quiches.Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Mon-Sat; 12PM-6PM (Closed on Sun) Address: G-3A [email protected], 2 Jalan Kolam Air, Desa Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur Contact: +6019 394 5608 Facebook | Instagram P.S. Looking to up your Instagram game? Here are 13 totally Instagrammable cafes in KL you should check out!
5. Wondermilk
For the cupcake lovers out there - you'll fall in love with Wondermilk once you get your hands on their delicious sweet cupcakes 😍 Choose from a variety of flavours such as red velvet, chocolate, blueberry cheese, and a whole lot more. Decked out with wooden floors and minimal brick walls, it is one of the most inviting dessert places in town. Wondermilk tends to get packed over the weekends since it's a popular spot to host parties ranging from bridal showers to children's birthdays. We recommend booking a space in advance or make your way there before the brunch crowd comes in 😊 P.S. There's another Wondermilk outlet at Publika, so drop by that one if you're closer to it! See the details of the outlethere. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-5.30PM Address: 37, Jalan SS 21/1A, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Contact: +603 7725 8930 Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. Planning on bringing the kids out too? Here are 9 kid-friendly halal cafes in KL for an awesome family day.
6. Dotty's
Dotty's burst into the TTDI cafe scene a few years back became the talk of the town, thanks to its pretty interior, a hearty western-style menu, and a bevvy of baked pastries, including the popular salted-egg cronut. These days, it remains a popular place for breakfast, brunch, or any meal, really. They've since opened two other outlets in KL including Le Petit Dotty's at Platinum Park and Dotty's at KLCC. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 8.30AM-10PM Address: 20-G, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 WP Kuala Lumpur Contact: +603-7733 4233 Website | Facebook | Instagram
7. Little Rimba
Nestled in the middle of TTDI's hipster neighbourhood is quaint and pretty Little Rimba. Its simple white interior with light wooden decors and a touch of green gives it a bright and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy a variety of local delights such as lontong, cendol, nasi lemak, andnyonya laksa 😋You'll be ordering seconds in no time!#HHWTTip: Check out their large tiger mural outside (on the corner wall) that's perfect for an #OOTD or group shot! Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Sat-Thu; 9AM-6PM (Closed on Fri) Address: No 1, Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 7, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Contact: +603 7733 6177 Facebook | Instagram P.S. Always finding yourself in TTDI? Here are 15 eateries in TTDI that'll keep you there even longer.
8. Aether Cafe
Another joint in TTDI that deserves to be mentioned is the new Aether Cafe 😊 It is definitely one of the neighbourhood's well-kept hidden secrets because of its location, which is inside the Tuanku Bainun building, away from TTDI main roads. Its cosy jungle-inspired decor is welcoming for some tranquillity in this busy city that is Kuala Lumpur. The food served at Aether Cafe falls on the healthier side of the spectrum for Malaysian food standards with its variety of salads, vinegar garlic lychee pasta, green goddess grilled cheese sandwich (loads of veggies!), and white chocolate and coconut flake cake 😍 Halal status: Uses halal-certified ingredients Opening hours: Mon; 10AM-7PM, Wed-Sat; 10AM-8PM, Sun; 9AM-7PM (Closed on Tue) Address:Unit G1,Office Block , Pusat Kreatif Kanak-Kanak Tuanku Bainun 48, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala LumpurContact: +603 2856 0416 Facebook | Instagram
9. Mich'sology
On days when you're craving a healthy serving of poke bowls, Mich'sology is the place to be. The cafe serves the Hawaiian-inspired poke bowls, but with a touch of Japanese flavours 😋 Choose from a variety of poke bowls such as raw salmon, octopus, and oily tuna. There's also a selection of cooked ingredients too if you're uncomfortable with raw food. Not just that, the cafe serves a variety of granola bowls too! And did we mention that the cafe has an all-pink aesthetic? Everything from its walls, furniture and decor is a shade of pink, and it has been put together in such a tasteful manner that the place looks stunning! Totally perfect for an awesome all-girls party! Halal status: Uses halal-certified ingredients Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-10PM Address: No. 16, Jalan SS 21/35, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Contact: +6016-660 6573 Website | Facebook | Instagram
10. Gula Cakery
Picturing a girls get-together complete with cakes and coffees for everyone? Gula Cakery is definitely one of the halal eateries to consider. The cafe's early chapter beganwhen it was still a home-based bakery. Today, it grew into a lovely brick-and-mortar store located in Kota Kemuning. If you enjoy choosing from a variety of desserts, Gula Cakery has almost 26 types of sweet offerings decked out on the counter. Come for lunch and dinner to enjoy something hearty such as creamy carbonara pasta, grilled chicken chop, and Mum's tomato rice.Click here to read more about Gula Cakery 😄 Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Mon-Thu; 12PM-8PM, Fri-Sun; 12PM-8.30PM Address: 11, Jln Anggerik Aranda BG 31/BG, 40460 Shah Alam, Selangor Contact: +603 5131 4604 Website | Facebook | Instagram
11. Pastribella Bakeshop
Have a gang of girlfriends who each like different types of desserts? Or perhaps you just want to have the best of all words and just try a whole bunch of cake varieties? Well, head on over to Pastribella Bakeshop that opened earlier this year in Cyberjaya! Founded Dr Ezani Monoto (a Masterchef Malaysia winner) and Nurul Shai, this spacious cafe will tantalize you with the sheer variety of bakes on offer. Pick your desserts of choice from the beautiful display of dome-covered cakes and tarts at the front of the shop and settle down for a delicious dessert feast withyour friends! Don't forget to check the hot dessert items you can order, such as churros and banana nutella rolls 🤤 But if you're looking for a full meal, not to worry as the cafe serves hot food too with mains such as pasta, hearty rice dishes and more.Read more about Pastribella Bakeshop in our write-up here! Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM-9PM Address: D3-04-03, Level 4, Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor Contact: +6011 5621 9400 Website | Facebook | Instagram
12. Thursdvys
The folks at Thursdvys take their coffee seriously. Inspired by the coffee and cafe culture in Melbourne, Thursdvys was opened with a simple cause: to serve good food and coffee. The cafe's menu includes all day brunch items, such as Baba's Big Breakfast and French Toast, as well other popular items such as the Thursdvys Doughnut Burger and the Rain Warmer Pie. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-10PM Address: 22, Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur Contact: +603-7733 6722 Facebook | InstagramAnd there you have it, we have rounded up some of the most amazing eateries in town for an awesome all-girls catch-up session. It's time you makeyour calls and round up your friends to plan your next meet-up. Let's be real, you know you're looking forward to seeing each other 😉