16 Amazing Halal Eateries In Bangi To Visit For Your Next Foodie Adventure


Iyesha Maria •  Mar 22, 2019

[Updated 15 March 2021]

Discovering the best halal food in Bangi is easy thanks to the abundance of food stalls and restaurants in this charming town. An hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur, Bangi is one of the most underrated places for delicious Malaysian food. From smoked duck curry to ikan bakar, this place has it all! While there are many halal eateries in Bangi that are waiting to be discovered, here are some of the finest food spots that every foodie should try at least once ?

1. Restoran Roti Puri

Looking for a new breakfast joint? Have a go with this light south Indian snack (or meal if you eat more than a piece) at Restoran Roti Puri! Starting the day with a satisfying breakfast is the way to go ? Grab a chair and enjoy a plate of crispy, golden deep-fried bread. While puri bread is typically served for breakfast, there’s nothing to stop you from having it for lunch, dinner and any time in-between ?

Best paired with a hot cup of teh tarik, the crispy puri bread comes in a set of five. There's plenty of other local dishes too such as nasi lemak, lontong, roti canai, mee goreng and many others to fill up a hungry tummy!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Mon-Thu; 7.30AM-10PM, Sat-Sun; 7.30AM-12PM (closed on Fri)

Address: No 14A Jalan 3/70 Seksyen 3, Bandar Baru Bangi, Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6012-628 1520


P.S. Need supper options? Check out these amazing halal 24-hour eateries to satisfy your late-night cravings!

2. Restoran Ana Ikan Bakar Petai

Restoran Ana Ikan Bakar Petai is one of the top spots in Bangi for fresh seafood. Savour drool-worthy ikan bakar, crunchy yet juicy butter prawns, spicy lemak chilli padi crabs, deep-fried squid, and many more! Their strength lies in their grilling technique. Each ikan bakar is grilled together with banana leaves and petai for delightful fragrance and an extra petai kick!

Since the restaurant is spacious and has plenty of seats, you don't need to worry about squeezing a whole group in there. Bring your friends, family, and acquaintances for a fantastic ikan bakar meal ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 5PM-12AM

Address: Lot 29991, Persiaran Kemajuan, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6019-217 7668


P.S. Looking for a hangout spot? Check out these halal eateries in Klang Valley that are perfect for girlfriend catch up session!

3. Laksa Redup Rimba

Laksa Redup Rimba is more than just an ordinary cendol and laksa stall. With a partial view of Taman Tasik Cempaka, this is where locals go after a walk in the park. Served in a claypot, opt for laksa that comes with thick fish broth and hardboiled egg. You can even sprinkle some cili padi to bring up the heat. Come on a sunny afternoon, so you’ll appreciate every spoonful of cendol that’s prepared with rice flour noodles and creamy coconut milk.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Sat-Thu; 11AM-7PM (closed on Fri)

Address: Persiaran Pusat Bandar 1, Gerai no 2 kiosk Tasik Cempaka, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6017-682 6322

P.S. Savour authentic Temerloh patin tempoyak at this stall in Kuala Lumpur!

4. Red Wok Restaurant

There are plenty of halal Chinese restaurants in KL, but did you know there are a few of them are situated in Bangi? Red Wok Restaurant is a Thai-Chinese fusion steamboat restaurant that is great for groups to enjoy a scrumptious steamboat session.

Specialising in buffet and ala-carte style steamboat, choose over 100 different dishes to cook in your steamboats such as meat, fish, mussels squid, crabs, tofu, fish balls, squid balls and a whole lot more. The steamboat's soup based is offered in a variety of flavours such as herbal, tom yum, chicken soups and more.

#HHWTTip: For a punch of flavour, remember to dip your cooked food into their tasty Chinese-style and Thai-style sauces.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Mon-Thu; 12PM-3PM, 6PM-12AM; Fri, 6PM-12AM; Sat-Sun, 12PM-12AM

Address: Lot PT 70550,Jalan Kajang Impian, 1/2 Taman Kajang Impian, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8927 4100


5. Mee Tarik Warisan Asli

Craving some authentic Chinese food? Head over to Mee Tarik Warisan Asli for a bowl of authentic Lanzhou mee tarik (pulled noodles) ? Founded by Mr Hassan, a Chinese Muslim from China, he brought along his awesome pulled noodles recipe when he moved to Malaysia. The noodles are made fresh at the restaurant and hand-pulled to stretch them out.

Order their signature mee tarik soup with braised beef or lamen soup with sliced beef. Alternatively, you can savour rice with braised chicken, rice with ziran mutton, toothpick lamb and more! Don't forget to try their famous bao bao tea too ?

#HHWTTip: There are various Mee Tarik Warisan Asli outlets in Malaysia, and you can spot the nearest branch on their website

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-11PM

Address: 50, 38, Jalan Medan Pusat 2c, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6011-1434 1717


P.S. Perfect for Chinese New Year reunion dinners, check out these amazing halal Chinese restaurants in KL!

6. Kedai Makan Hajjah Mariam

Blink and you’ll miss Kedai Makan Hajjah Mariam because this local eatery relies on its banners to let you know that you’ve arrived at the right place. Since the owner is originated from Negeri Sembilan, this humble eatery excels in preparing heart-warming kampung-style dishes including asam pedas pari, lemak pucuk ubi, lemak putih labu and lontong. Remember to always enjoy your meal with Hajjah Mariam’s homemade sambal for a spicy kick.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 7.30M-5PM (closed on Sun)

Address: Batu 18 1/2, Jalan Bangi, Kampung Sungai Tangkas, 43000 Kajang, Selangor

Contact: +6017-333 6717


7. Me'nate Steak Hub

Making it into the list of places is, of course, the Me’nate Steak Hub! Famously known for serving halal steaks in KL, this is one of the best places for a hearty steak dinner. At Me’nate, you can select the meat, the size and how you want it to be cooked. Some of the steak types include tenderloin, ribeye and Tomahawk.

Since one of the most popular dishes on the menu is the Wagyu steak, splurge away to satiate your craving. Every steak is seasoned lightly with the chef’s special recipe, accompanied by buttery mash potatoes and black pepper sauce.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

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P.S. If you really love meats, here are 13 steak places in KL in restaurants that do not serve alcohol!

8. Denali & Pinnacles The Wanderer's cafe

Guess what? You can even find a stunning bohemian themed rooftop cafe in Bangi ? Chill bohemian vibes and delicious food? We're definitely down for it. Denali & Pinnacles The Wanderer's Cafe is one of Bangi's hidden gems known for a selection of delicious comfort food. Savour a bowl of spaghetti Aglio olio, fish and chips, lamb with mash potato and a lot more!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Wed-Mon; 4PM-12AM (closed on Tue)

Address: Lot 1-4, Tingkat 1, Pusat Perniagaan Seksyen 3, off Jalan 3/70, Seksyen 3, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8912 5936 / +6013-656 3594

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9. Itik Salai Masthar

There’s a very solid reason behind the long line at Itik Salai Masthar. Situated inside Medan Selera, they’re known to serve one of the best itik salai masak lemak cili api. If you prefer something else, you can swap it out with chicken, beef or grilled catfish. Served with a side of steamed rice, ulam and sambal, some diners even ordered an extra bowl of lemak cili api because it really is tasty.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10PM

Address: Kampung Sungai Ramal Dalam, 43000 Kajang, Selangor

Contact: +6019-255 3645

10. Tuah Cafe

Another hipster joint in Bangi furnished with wooden tables and stools, Tuah Cafe is beaming with a relaxed and chill atmosphere. We even heard that most of the decors in the store were handcrafted by its owner. At this cafe, you can customise your frappucino from their available flavours, or try their popular flavours like Black Forest, Shortbread Cheese Cake, and Cookies and Cream ?

For a hearty meal, check out their variety of Western comfort food! Snack on delicious appetizers such as nachos and cheesy fries, or indulge in their Tuah Butter Chicken that is slathered with a generous portion of creamy butter sauce ? Alternatively, enjoy their other options like chicken chop rice and spaghetti carbonara.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Fri-Wed, 1PM-11PM (Ccosed on Thu)

Address: No 20, Jalan 7/1c, Seksyen 7, Bandar Baru Bangi, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8912 8798

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P.S. For something quick and easy, there are many halal food trucks in the Klang Valley that are worth chasing after.

11. Restoran D'Limau Nipis

The owner's vision for Restoran D'Limau Nipis is to create a space for people to enjoy kampung food in the city ? Join the crowd and feast on the well-loved ikan bakar, grilled squid, fried chicken and more! If you want to eat like a local, complement your grilled delights with a side of tempe and sambal belacan.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 7AM-5.30PM

Address: No. 201 & 205, Jalan 8/1, Seksyen 8, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6012-373 2160

12. Grato Plus

What's a food list without a swanky Italian joint? Enter Grato Plus, one of Bangi's well-loved Italian eatery ? Bring your loved ones and savour Italian meals such as margherita pizza, spicy Italian lamb pasta, chicken carbonara. Better yet, enjoy a round of grato plus salmon and sirloin steak!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 4PM-10.45PM

Address: 6, Jalan 3/7, Bangi Perdana, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6016-229 9510

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13. Ayam Penyet Wang Solo

Staying true to its name, Ayam Penyet Wang Solo is where you go to enjoy the Indonesian ayam penyet. Wang Solo’s set consists of tempe goreng, tahu goreng, sayur goreng, and ulam. If you’re planning to return for more, there are other sets available where ayam bakar, ayam goreng, pecel lele (deep fried Clarias catfish) and empal sapi (thin beef filet) are the stars of the dish. Did we mention that the restaurant also serves ala carte dishes where you can try balado udang petai, cumi goreng tepung and gado-gado?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Sun-Fri; 11.30AM-10.30PM, Sat; 11AM-10.30PM

Address: Persiaran Bangi, Seksyen 9, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8925 3414

14. Eid Authentic Korean Cuisine – Bangi

Eid Authentic Korean Cuisine is as close as you can get to the flavours of Seoul without having to book a flight ticket. Founded by Korean Muslims, the restaurant features lip-smacking Korean delights such as bulgogi, ginseng chicken soup, bibimbap, Korean ramyeon with dumpling and beef japchae.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM-10PM

Address: 8-19-01, Jalan Medan Pb 7A, Seksyen 9, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8912 4079

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P.S. Searching for halal kimchi and gochujang? Check out our must-try halal Korean treats in KL!

15. Jahhet Fine Meat

You know you’re getting delicious steak and wagyu when you step into Jahhet Fine Meat. This Bangi branch is just as good as the original branch in Ampang. Bring your loved ones and gather around to savour off-the-bone barbecue ribs, grain-fed steaks and massive steak platters. You might need to wear elastic-waist pants for this one.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Tue-Thu & Sun;12PM-10PM, Fri; 3PM-10PM (closed on Mon)

Address: E-G-09, Streetmall Bangi Gateway, Jalan GE, Bangi Gateway, Seksyen 15, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +6017-337 7637

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P.S. Raising the steaks? Check out these mouthwatering halal wagyu steaks in KL and Selangor!

16. Mohd Chan Restaurant

For a taste of Chinese-Muslim flavours, look no further than Mohd Chan Restaurant, a family-friendly dining experience in Kuala Lumpur. Decked out in a cosy and no-frills interior, this eatery focuses on serving Cantonese-style comfort food such as ikan stim classic Teochew, kam heong la-la, crispy ayam Szechuan, lemon chicken chop and more.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily, 11AM-11PM

Address: 28 & 30, Jalan Medan Pusat 2C, Seksyen 9, Pusat Bandar Baru Bangi, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: +603-8922 1001

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P.S. Planning a food trip? Check out the awesome Muslim-friendly eateries in Kajang that's worth the drive!

Get your friends and family for a Bangi food trip! With many places to try, you probably need more than a trip to enjoy them all.