[UPDATED 10th Feb 2022]
It's no secret that finding halal Japanese food
in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor is easier than ever! While we're waiting for the day we can travel to Japan again, we can cure our travel blues by savouring halal sushi, ramen, and wagyu in Malaysia. If you're planning a food adventure this weekend, make sure to include these halal Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor in your checklist!
1. Ramen Seirock-Ya
Ramen Seirock-Ya specialises in toripaitan ramen, which has a creamy, thick and flavourful broth made from boiling chicken bones for hours. Their signature dish is the Toripaitan Extreme Egg which comes with tender chicken slices, generous portions of thick noodles and nicely done eggs. With the umami flavour from the chicken, vegetables and a seafood flavouring oil, we guarantee that you'll be slurping every last bit of the broth in no time. Check out this article to read more about Ramen Seirock-Ya
11.30am-8.30pm daily; closed on MondaysAddresses:
No.6, Jalan SS21/35 Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
L3, Central i-City No.1, i-City, Persiaran Multimedia, Seksyen 7, Shah Alam, Selangor
IOI Mall Puchong
1F Food Street, IOI Mall Puchong, Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong, Selangor
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2. Sushi King
Next on our list of halal Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor is Sushi King, the oldest and the first sushi conveyor belt sushi chain in Malaysia. Sushi King has been around since 1995 and is widely known for serving halal-certified sushi, which includes a variety of Nigiri, Maki, Sashimi and other types of Japanese cuisine at affordable prices. Besides selecting your sushi straight off the conveyor, order some main dishes, including lunch sets and ramen, off their menu.
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3. Nippon Sushi
Another halal Japanese restaurant in Selangor to try next is Nippon Sushi, a Muslim-owned and halal-certified Japanese restaurant situated in Bandar Bestari Klang. One of the unique features of Nippon Sushi is the conveyor belt sushi, and any ala carte menu items ordered will be delivered to your table via a little robotic train! Each dish is made using fresh ingredients and you're going to enjoy savouring fire spider roll, wagyu karubi, and tempura moriawase.
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4. Umami Boru
As the new spin-offs of Beard Brothers’ BBQ, the food served at Umami Boru remain faithful to the philosophy of low and slow cooking. Indulge in a hearty bowl of Beef Ramen with broth that’s been cooked for 12 hours or the BB New York Pastrami that uses specially cured meat and housemade sauce. Whichever spot you choose to hit up, you don’t have to worry about missing out on the heavenly taste of smoked meats!
Tue-Sun; 6pm-10pm (closed on Mondays)
P-G-01, Persiaran Tropicana, Tropicana Avenue Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 47410Contact:
5. Toyyiban Sushi
Named after the verse in the Qur’an where Muslims are commanded to eat good, pure food - Halal Toyyiban - you can rest assured that Toyyiban Sushi has got your back. Founded by a Muslim family, the owner spent a few years in Japan before returning to Malaysia to open their own Japanese restaurant - giving classic Japanese cuisine a Malaysian twist to suit the local palate. Although it doesn’t have a very extensive range of sushi or sashimi, Toyyiban makes up for it with the quality of the dishes they do have! One of the most recommended sushi dishes is their crispy fried sushi coupled with spicy soy sauce and wasabi.
Bangi Gateway, Seksyen 15, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor
6. Wagyu Kokoro Halal Yakiniku
We know halal yakiniku is hard to come by in Malaysia. Enter Wagyu Kokoro Halal Yakiniku
- this Muslim-owned restaurant is sure to leave you wanting more. Wagyu Kokoro Halal Yakiniku serves premium quality Japanese wagyu grade A4 to A5. Wagyu beef is graded between A1 to A12 (depending on its firmness, texture and fat concentration). Their chef has been in the yakiniku industry for over 30 years. The meats are sliced to perfection, and a small grill is provided on your table for you to cook it the way you like it. Check out our article to read more about Wagyu Kokoro Halal Yakiniku
Wagyu Kokoro has expanded and added one new outlet at Setapak! One more reason to enjoy yakiniku! 🤤. They are also expanding to other parts of Selangor, which includes Kota Damansara and Shah Alam, so keep a lookout on their social media pages!
: Muslim-owned; all ingredients and meats are sourced from halal-certified suppliers
: 12pm-11pm daily except Fridays; 2pm-11pm (Fridays)
B1-1-7, Jalan Teknologi 2/1C, 47810 Petaling Jaya Selangor
Star Parc Point, Jalan Genting Kelang, Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaFacebook
7. Kingu KonguCredit: @kingukongu.my for Instagram
Kuala Lumpur has its very own halal izakaya, and we're all for it! Kingu Kongu
serves izakaya-style dishes such as yakitori (meat skewers), other grilled meats and seafood, sashimi, and other small portions of food, and also other Japanese classics such as makimono (sushi) and donburi (rice bowls). One dish you have to try? The Salmon Sambal Petai Maki. It's every bit Japanese and Malaysian, and diners simply can't get enough of it!
: 5&7, Jalan Yap Ah Shak, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (near Dang Wangi LRT station)
Tuesdays to Fridays
Saturdays and Sundays
Closed on Mondays
: +60 12-8715456
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Satisfy your cravings for halal sushi, ramen and wagyu at these halal Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor! Don't forget to check out other Muslim-friendly Japanese eateries too.