Dine With A View At These 6 Picture-Perfect Halal Restaurants In Malaysia


Syaeeza Liana Ramli •  Nov 21, 2017

Have you ever thought of a place where you can have a romantic dinner with your partner, but you have no idea where? Have you thought of a place where you can enjoy an amazing view together with your family or friends? And have you ever thought of having the best of both worlds, a place to dine in with an amazing view? Not to fret, because here are the best places to experience them both!

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Kuala Lumpur

1. Subak

Founded in 2009, this Balinese-inspired restaurant is built in the jungles of Bukit Lanjan. Although Subak is hidden from the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur, it offers a peaceful and calming vibe to its guests.

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The refreshing ambience at Subak, especially accompanied by the soothing sounds of their own fresh water spring and the music of nature from its surroundings, is what attracts the guests the most.

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It is not a surprise that Subak is incredibly popular as a venue for a candlelight dinner. The romantic vibe in Subak is sensational and it is perfect to share with a loved one.

Info: Halal- certified, alcohol- free

Contact: +603 7729 9030/1

Opening Hours: 11.00am- 11.00pm

Address: Lot 3213, Jalan Penchala Indah, Bukit Lanjan, 60000 Kuala Lumpur

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2. The39 Restaurant

If you are looking for a restaurant that can offer you the panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur, this is the perfect place. Strictly halal and completely alcohol- free, the restaurant is also known to serve Malay cuisines as well!

The 39 Restaurant is located on the 39th floor of PNB Perdana Hotel & Suites On The Park in Kuala Lumpur. Popular for its amazing view of the city especially at night, this is another popular spot for a romantic dinner as well as for gatherings.

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Of course, other than the amazing view, the 39 Restaurant also serves contemporary Malay dishes that are improvised to cater to the high standard of delicacies in the city. Imagine how lovely it is to indulge in satay, rendang and other Malay dishes as you enjoy what Kuala Lumpur has to offer!

Info: Halal- certified, alcohol- free

Contact: +603 7490 3333

Opening Hours: 12.30pm- 3.00pm; 7.00pm- 10.00pm

Address: PNB Perdana Hotel & Suites On The Park, 10 Jalan Binjai, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

3. Charcoal, Saujana Hotel

Known to serve modern contemporary dishes that are inspired by the Peranakan culture, Charcoal also offers its guests an amazing view. Charcoal is one of the Malaysian grill restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, providing only the best for those who come to enjoy their dishes.

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The interior of Charcoal includes an open kitchen that feeds the eyes of the guests to what is really happening behind the scenes.  This adds to the amazing view at the hotel itself, especially at night.

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Make sure to try out their Peranakan dishes- like the itik masak lemak cili, tenggiri masak rampai and so much more!

Info: Halal- certified, alcohol- free

Contact: +603 7843 1234 (ext 6122)

Opening Hours: 6.00am- 11.00pm; 12.00pm- 2.30pm (buffet lunch); 12.00pm- 3.30pm (buffet brunch, Saturday and Sunday); 6.30pm- 10.30pm (buffet dinner, Thursday, Friday and Saturday)

Address: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang, Saujana, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor


4. Samira Asian Terrace

This Thai- Indochinese restaurant is a hidden jewel in the middle of the luscious greens of Sentul. The lake by the side of the restaurant is one of the amazing parts of the Samira Asian Terrace. You will definitely be mesmerised by the koi fishes in the lake!

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The interior design of the restaurant also oozes a romantic vibe in the air, especially with its dim lighting and dark wooden panelling. Since it is hidden away from the busy bees in the city, you can expect peace and tranquillity here in Samira.

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So, if you are looking for a place to indulge in some Thai food with an amazing view, come and check out the Samira Asian Terrace!

*Disclaimer: This restaurant includes an open bar with alcoholic drinks served, so do dine at your own discretion.

Info: Halal- certified

Contact: +603 4042 3880

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (12.00pm- 3.30pm, 6.00pm- 10.30pm); Saturday and Sunday (12.00pm- 10.30pm); closed at 11.30pm

Address: Lot 268, Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan, Off Jalan Ipoh, 51100 Kuala Lumpur


5. The Orchid Conservatory

This place isn’t your typical restaurant that offers you a view of the city. However, The Orchid Conservatory offers you an extraordinary experience to have some tea sessions with your loved ones among thousands of orchids.

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Even though the places on this list consist of places to dine in, this enchanting place still deserves to be on the list. As you are surrounded by different types of orchids, that itself is a beautiful experience to share with your loved ones.

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If you are looking for a magical hi- tea session with your family, friends and loved ones, the Orchid Conservatory is perfect enough. Don't forget to book your seats beforehand! It is a full house especially on weekends.

Info: Halal- certified, alcohol- free

Contact: +603 2785 8000

Address: The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur, 5, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, 50000 Kuala Lumpur


Outside Kuala Lumpur

6. The Seashells, Laman Padi

Located in Chenang Beach, Langkawi, this restaurant will provide you with an amazing view of the paddy field. Not only that, the Malay Kampong ambience strongly influenced the design of the restaurant. Talk about the kampong vibes!

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You can choose to either sit on a table or on the floor at one of their pavilions (Pondok Atap). The pavilions are located in the middle of the paddy field, which enhances your experience while enjoying their popular Malay dishes.

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Make sure to try out their nasi periuk kukus (steamed rice in a pot) that is served together with rice, salted eggs, crackers, onion soup and so much more! This is definitely a place for you to look out for if you are in Langkawi.

Info: Halal- certified, alcohol- free

Contact: +604 955 3581/2

Opening Hours: 12.00pm- 10.30pm

Address: Pantai Cenang, Mukim Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah


We always go for new and extraordinary experiences if we can. It includes going to places to dine in while enjoying the amazing view of the city, luscious greens or even somewhere similar to a botanical garden. Whatever it is in your mind, time to check these places out with your loved ones!

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