Halal Food Guide, KL, Malaysia

Go K-Crazy At These 8 Halal Korean Restaurants In KL

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UPDATE: We have decided to remove some establishments from this list based on feedback received from our readers. Some of these restaurants use halal meat and are pork free but there is doubt as to whether all their ingredients used are alcohol free. 😞 Restaurants that are Halal certified or pending certification still remain on our list but as always, please do your own checks before heading down. 😊

The K-wave has swept all over Malaysia, with good reason too! Comfort food, street food, spicy food, barbeque – Korean food has got it all and more.

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If you can’t try halal Korean food in Korea, these restaurants in Kuala Lumpur are definitely the next best thing!


*Do note that most of these restaurants are NOT halal-certified, however, we have checked that they use halal suppliers for their ingredients / meat. We’ve marked them accordingly. All information is accurate at time of posting. We advise all readers to double check before visiting and to visit at their own discretion. 

1. Sweetree

Sweetree not only serves certified halal Korean food, it also has a culture centre – the Episode On Culture Centre where they hold bazaars, classes and the likes. Sweetree is a place to chill in a cosy environment or even host a party at!

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Besides traditional Korean dishes like samgyetang and kimchi jjigae, Sweetree also has other cusines such as Malaysian style kampung fried rice, Italian pasta and even Vietnamese beef noodles – Definitely a place that will please almost any palate.

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#HHWT Tip: We also love that they’ve got a prayer area in the restaurant itself, so you can hang out here for hours and not worry about a thing 😉

Address : No 13 L-1 & 2, Jln. Ampang Putra, Taman Putra Sulaiman, Ampang.
Contact Number: (+603) 4287 4685
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 12:00am (Closed on Sundays)
Price: Between RM8 – RM28, depending on the dish
Website: http://www.sweetree.net/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/swtree.sweetree/


2. Kyochon (Pending halal certification from JAKIM)

Craving for some KFC? No…not that KFC. We mean KyoChon Fried Chicken! KyoChon has been consistently voted as the best fried chicken in South Korea for the last 13 years, and has branches around the world.

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If that’s not reason enough to dig in, their crispy, msg and antibiotic free succulent chicken with Korean flavours will definitely change your mind! They’ve also got other things on the menu as well but we’d go straight for their chicken.

Note: They’re in the process of applying for JAKIM’s halal certification but do use chicken from halal suppliers.

1 Utama Shopping Centre
LG 311, Lower Ground Floor, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, No1, Persiaran Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Contact Number: (+6017) 2833 676

Menara Hap Seng
Lot G-11, Ground Floor, Menara Hap Seng, 1-01, Jalan P Ramlee, 50250, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact Number: 1700 81 8787 

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Lot 1.54, Level 1, Pavilion KL, 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur
Contact Number: (+6017) 2833 707

Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm (Closed on Sundays for Menara Hap Seng only)
Price: Between RM11 for 2 pieces to RM48 for larger portions
Website: http://www.kyochon.com.my/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KyoChonMalaysia/


3. Mr. Dakgalbi (Pending halal certification from JAKIM)

For those who don’t know, dakgalbi is a popular Korean dish made from chicken marinated in gochujang (chilli paste), stir fried with vegetables and tteok (rice cakes), and Mr. Dakgalbi is the place to try it!

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The cooking process is pretty fun as you get to do it yourself on the cooking pit at every table. Make sure you put on aprons!

#HHWT Tip: We heard that the cheese ring dakgalbi is where it’s at!

Cheese Ring Mr Dakgalbi Credit: childish-paroles

Note: They’re in the process of applying for JAKIM’s halal certification.

Solaris Mont Kiara
No. J-G-02, SOHO KL, Solaris Mont Kiara No.2, Jalan Solaris, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact Number: (+603) 6206 5567

Bukit Bintang
61, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact Number: (+603) 2110 5090

Citta Mall
Lot G-29, Citta Mall, No.1, Jalan PJU 1A/48, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact Number: (+603) 7832 5424

C-10-G, Ground Floor, Setiawalk, Jalan Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47160 Puchong, Selangor
Contact Number: +603-58798166

Sri Petaling
12, Jalan Radin Bagus 9, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact Number: (+603) 7497 9786

Opening Hours: 11:00am – 11:00pm (depending on outlet).
Price: Around RM16 onwards per person, depending on dish.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrdakgalbikl/


4. DubuYo (Pending halal certification from JAKIM)

Previously known as Dubu Dubu, this franchise has been steadily growing in Malaysia.

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They’ve got pretty good meal sets and promotions regularly, with a decent sized menu that has all the Korean classics like topokki, pajeon, chicken wings and of course bibimbap.

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Note: They’re in the process of applying for JAKIM’s halal certification for the restaurant but do use meats that are from JAKIM certified suppliers.

Outlets: They have outlets around Malaysia, so do check out their website for addresses and contact details
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm
Price: RM15 onwards, depending on set or ala carte
Website: http://www.dubuyo.com/index.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DubuYo.urbankoreanfood/


5. B Station (Muslim chef)

Located in the neighbourhood of Ampang’s “Korea Town”, B Station is a cute homey restaurant run by a Korean couple that serves not only authentic Korean food but also other items like pastries and home made hot dogs.

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They’re big on ensuring that the food served here is healthy, and do not use any msg in their food preparations.

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Address: C14-1 Jalan Ampang Utama 1/1, 68000 Ampang Jaya, Selangor.
Contact Number: (+603) 4251 0455
Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 10:30pm
Price: Roughly around RM10 onwards, depending on the dish
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bstation


6. BBQ Chicken

BBQ Chicken is the No. 1 franchise brand in Korea, and among Korea’s Top 100 brands! With presence in a whopping 59 countries around the world, this one definitely makes our list, especially for those of you who might not be big fans of traditional Korean cuisine (although how could you not be!!).

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Besides their yummy chicken, they’ve also got gooey cheesy pizza, pasta and other fusion dishes.

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Outlets: They have outlets all around Malaysia, so do check out their website for all locations
Opening Hours: Generally 10:00am – 10:00pm, depending on outlet
Price: Around RM15 onwards, depending dish
Website: http://bbqchicken.com.my/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BBQMalaysiaPremiumCafe/


7. Sopoong

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With 3 outlets already opened and another on the way, Sopoong is well on its way to becoming one of the more popular spots in town for its authentic Korean fare.

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Owned by a Korean couple, must-haves at Sopoong include its signature dolsot (chicken) bibimpap and bulgogi dolsot (beef) bibimpap.

Sopoong BibimbapCredit: rtpfarraarisha

Berjaya Times Square
LG071, Lower Ground, Berjaya Times Square, No. 1 Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Contact Number: (+603) 2141 0224

Quill City Mall
LG-13A, Quill City Mall, Kompleks Beli Belah Quill, Lot 1018 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur

Contact Number: (+603) 2602 3379

IOI City Mall
L2-D21-R1 (Level 2), IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City, 62502 Putrajaya

Contact Number: (+603) 8328 8899

Opening Hours:
 10:00am – 10:00pm

Price: Meals are typically between RM15 – RM18, up to RM95 for a family set menu
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mysopoong
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysopoong/


8. B.Bap

One of our writer’s favourite places to get a comforting bowl of sundubu jjigae, B.Bap serves various types of bibimbap, noodles, rice and snacks (traditional kim bap or fried chicken anyone?).

Octopus Bibimbap
Octopus Bibimbap

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Spicy Seafood Ramyeon
Spicy Seafood Korean Ramyeon

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B.Bap has recently added a new Bistro outlet at Avenue K with a slightly different fusion menu (think Beef Bulgogi Pasta and Beef Steak Croissant) than its other two outlets in Nu Sentral and IOI City Mall.

#HHWT Tip: The Nu Sentral outlet is usually pretty full during lunch, so go early to grab a seat or call ahead!

Nu Sentral
Lot GF08, Nu Sentral, 201 Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 50740 Kuala Lumpur

Contact Number: (+603) 2856 9719

IOI City Mall
Lot LG-52, IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City, 62502 Putrajaya

Avenue K (B.Bap Korean Bistro)
Lot L1-19 & SAC-L1-1, Level 1, Avenue K, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Contact Number: (+603) 2856 0328

Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm
Price: Meals typically between RM15 – RM25, depending on the dish
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/B.bap.my/ or https://www.facebook.com/B.bapKoreanBistro


If you’re not up to going out, you could always opt to make these easy halal kimchi dishes at home too 😉


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    • Hi,Thank you for visiting our blog! We called each of the eateries to clarify on the status of the restaurant and from the feedback we received, we called Jakim, which advised us to remove 2 restaurants from our list. For those remaining on our list, they're either pending certification or are already certified. As always, we advise our readers to dine at their own discretion. Thank you for your feedback and for your support! :)
  • Hi, when you said you've removed 2 restaurants from the list, does it means they are Sopoong and Bbap? Because I wonder why the review for both restaurants got crossed entirely.
    • Hi Mira! We personally checked with the restaurants and the meat used is halal and they are pork free but there is doubt as to whether all their ingredients used are alcohol free, hence why we crossed it out. We advise you to dine there at your own discretion :) Hope this clarifies!
    • Hi Najwa,Seoul Garden only has Jakim certification in some of their outlets in other states (Penang, Perak, Johor etc). You can check which ones have halal certification from their website. We would advise you to call the restaurant that yo would like to visit for clarification. This article only lists some restaurants in KL :)
  • […] kimchi right from kimchi land? Sign us up please. Korean food just tastes so so good, and while you can easily get it in KL, nothing beats eating your bibimbap, samgyetang, bulgogi, etc in Seoul, […]
  • I've been to SweetTree, B.Bap and Dubuyo. Among these 3 I think bulgogi is the best for their Bibimbap. For Kimbap, the best one is b.Bap Restaurant. May I know why you didn't include Bulgogi brothers cos they've the best Kimchi so far.
  • Hey, thank you for sharing this! Was wondering why you cancelled Sopoong? I was going to try it, is it not halal? And halal meat available meaning they also serve non-halal meats?
    • Hi! We decided to remove some establishments based on feedback from our readers as there is doubt whether all their ingredients used are alcohol-free. Also, from what we've checked, there is halal meat at these establishments. However, we're unsure if all the meat sold in the restaurant is halal. It'll be best to double check with the restaurants before visiting them :)
  • Thank you for the guidance! May Allah rewards u!Btw, I think it need to be update eventhough this article already satisfied! (Sorry if im mistaken )Thanks again!
  • You should include Kung Jung. A favorite among Korean expats here (a testament on its own). Dubuyo is a joke! Oiso in Menara Hap Seng also frequented by Korean working in the tower, tho slightly of lesser quality.
      • Hi, do you mind to get information for Chicken Up located at SS 15, Subang Jaya for their chicken & other ingredient halal status? I mean their supplier.I can confirm they do not have Jakim Halal cert because they are serving Soju & other alcohol.Thank you in advanced.