7 Halal Restaurants At The Exchange TRX You Must Try

7 Muslim-Friendly Restaurants At The Exchange TRX You Must Try


Farah Fazanna •  Dec 22, 2023

The Exchange TRX mall had opened its doors boasting more than 400 stores, a rooftop garden, a playground and even a water feature play area for the kiddos! Knowing that enjoying delicious food is a big part of the Malaysian lifestyle, The Exchange TRX has put together an awesome variety of great places to eat. There are five different dining areas, promising a tasty adventure all day long. With more than 100 places to choose from, you're in for a treat with so many yummy options!

P/S: If you need a guide to the new mall, check out The Exchange TRX Guide: Shops, Restaurants, Parking, Playground And More!

The Food Exchange is like a modern twist on the classic street food scene. They serve local treats and snacks, and you can even get some souvenirs. They keep things exciting with different themes and live cooking shows by local food experts.

Concourse Dining is like a big market with food from all over the world. You can sit down to eat, and they have both trendy international and Asian flavours.

Park Dining is a beautiful place with six special dining spots. It's like being in a dreamy garden, perfect for small parties or work meetings. Premium Dining is all about fancy food and a nice atmosphere. And to end your day on a high note, head to the Dining Terrace. It's an outdoor spot where you can enjoy good food and good company under the stars. It's a magical evening filled with tasty treats and happy moments.

If you're planning to spend time exploring the new shopping mall, check out our guide here. All the exploring and shopping might get you hungry, so here are some halal (and Muslim-friendly) restaurants that you must try at The Exchange TRX! From mouthwatering Malaysian classics to international treats, these family-friendly restaurants at The Exchange TRX promise a feast!

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Where to eat at The Exchange TRX, Kuala Lumpur

1. Shake Shack

The much-loved Shake Shack is about to burst onto the scene in Malaysia at The Exchange TRX! Known far and wide for their amazing burgers and shakes, this sensation from New York is here to take your taste buds on a wild ride.

Picture this: sinking your teeth into the famous Shackburger, a delicious masterpiece topped with their special sauce. And here's a twist – the Shroom Burger, a crunchy delight that swaps out the meat for a fried portobello mushroom that'll leave you craving more.

Oh, but the Shake Shack experience isn't complete without their crinkle-cut fries. Imagine those golden beauties topped with gooey melted cheese – you absolutely have to give them a try. And for the grand finale, indulge in their famous milkshakes and frozen custard, a sweet treat that'll leave you with a big, happy smile after your meal. Get ready for a taste explosion and a whole lot of happiness!

The Shake Shack outlet at The Exchange TRX has not opened yet. So, be sure to bookmark this page as we'll update when we have more information.


2. Cafe Kitsuné

Cafe Kitsuné, born from the creative minds of the French-Japanese brand Maison Kitsuné, is a captivating fusion of diverse passions, navigating the realms of fashion, music, and art. Yet, it's their stylish cafes, spread across cities like Paris, Tokyo, New York, and London, that truly stand out.

And now, Malaysia gets to experience the magic with the opening of their first store, expanding their presence in Southeast Asia alongside locations in Bangkok, Singapore, and Manila. The launch of Cafe Kitsuné in Malaysia comes with an aura of refined elegance.

The brand's playful fox mascot, well-known from their clothing line, also takes centre stage in their special cookies, adding a delightful touch to their culinary offerings. Stepping into Cafe Kitsuné isn't just entering a cafe – it's stepping into a doorway leading to a distinctive, multifaceted world of fashion, music, art, and delicious treats.

Halal status: No pork and no alcohol.

Address: Level G.77.0, Plaza The Exchange TRX, Persiaran TRX, Imbi, 55188 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 10 am - 10 pm. Opens Daily.


3. Bacha Coffee

Bacha Coffee has become a sensation in the coffee world, triumphing in Singapore with elegant establishments at ION Orchard, Takashimaya, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, and their recent addition to KLCC. Now, they're all set to create a buzz in Malaysia with their second venture, nestled in the heart of the city at The Exchange TRX.

Featuring coffee selections sourced from various regions, spanning from the heart of Africa to the lush landscapes of Indonesia, Bacha's menu is like a world tour in a cup. If the array of choices overwhelms you, worry not. Their expert team of coffee enthusiasts is ready to guide you through the aromatic maze with expert recommendations.

For those starting their Bacha journey, the brand's signature 1910 blend is the perfect introduction. Its fruity notes offer a delightful initiation into the Bacha experience. Served hot or cold, each cup of coffee is a visual delight, presented in splendid golden mokka pots, accompanied by a side of brown sugar and vanilla bean-infused heavy cream.

Although their food menu is concise, it's a symphony of flavours featuring poultry, fish, and meat dishes served as sandwiches or mains. However, the standout is their Viennoiseries selection – the perfect companion to their coffees. Among these, the raspberry croissants steal the spotlight with their vibrant red spirals, rich fruit compote filling, and a textural contrast of a crisp shell and a soft, airy inside.

Halal status: No pork and no alcohol.

Address: Lot G.92, Ground Floor, The Exchange TRX, Persiaran TRX, Imbi, 55188 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-30109888

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily)


4. Mil Toast House

Embarking on its first journey beyond Seoul, the beloved Mil Toast House is all set to make its debut in Malaysia at The Exchange TRX, coinciding with the grand opening of the mall. This Korean bakery is a paradise for those in search of heavenly pastries, with its remarkable soufflé toasts and light, fluffy brioche steamed buns taking the spotlight. Each toast undergoes a delightful bath of egg and milk, pan-fried to achieve that perfect golden hue.

Yet, Mil Toast House offers more than just a treat for your taste buds. It's a feast for the eyes as well, featuring interiors inspired by the traditional Korean hanok, mirroring the design of their original outlet in the heart of Korea.

Address:L2.84.0, The Exchange TRX Plaza, Persiaran TRX, 55188, Tun Razak Exchange, Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 10 am - 10 pm. Opens Daily.


5. DIN by Din Tai Fung

DIN by Din Tai Fung is a culinary haven that promises a symphony of flavours, elevating the dining experience to new heights. A sister brand to the renowned Din Tai Fung, DIN offers a Muslim-friendly menu that seamlessly blends tradition with innovation. From delectable dumplings to tantalising Chinese dishes, each bite reflects culinary mastery. The stylish ambience complements the gastronomic journey, creating a space where food enthusiasts can savour the essence of Asian cuisine with a modern twist. DIN by Din Tai Fung is where every meal becomes an exquisite adventure.

Halal status: No pork and no alcohol.

Address: Concourse Level C, Exchange Kuala Lumpur MY, 94.0, Persiaran Tun Razak, 55188 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-30513288

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily).


6. Le Shrimp Noodle Bar

Step into the realm of Le Shrimp, a delightful blend of Japanese and Chinese culinary influences that whisks you away on a gastronomic adventure spanning borders. The menu, as uncomplicated as a haiku, conceals a symphony of flavours that gradually unfold with each layer.

The standout feature is a collection of noodle bowls that not only excite the taste buds but also captivate the senses. Their signature shrimp broth, a treat for prawn enthusiasts, is a harmonious fusion of plump, fresh prawns and exotic Chinese spices. This blend, sporting a vibrant tangerine-orange hue, delivers a distinctive taste that's akin to poetry on the palate.

Address: Lot C.97, Concourse Level, The Exchange TRX, Persiaran TRX, Imbi, 55188 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-30109799

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7. Warung Eropa

Get ready for the grand entrance of Warung Eropa, a culinary treasure renowned for its delectably crispy fried duck, as it prepares to make a dazzling debut in Malaysia at The Exchange TRX. Originating in the tropical haven of Bali in 2004, Warung Eropa offers a distinctive blend of Indonesian and Western flavours. Whether you're planning a family gathering, celebrating a special occasion, or simply craving a dish with a spicy kick, this is the ideal spot for you.

Halal status: No pork and lard. They do serve alcohol. We recommend you dine at your own discretion

Address: L2.49.A & L2.49E.A, Plaza The Exchange TRX, Persiaran TRX, 55188 Tun Razak Exchange, W.P. Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: +603-3010 0213, +6016-709 2998


The Exchange TRX in Kuala Lumpur stands out as a vibrant hub for culinary diversity, particularly in its array of Halal restaurants. From the delightful fusion of Japanese and Chinese influences at Le Shrimp Noodle Bar to the enchanting blend of Indonesian and Western flavours at Warung Eropa, this destination offers many halal dining experiences. Whether you're a local seeking new flavors or a visitor eager to explore Kuala Lumpur's diverse gastronomic scene, The Exchange TRX ensures that every palate is treated to an unforgettable journey of taste and culture. If you need a guide to the new mall, check out The Exchange TRX Guide: Shops, Restaurants, Parking, Playground And More!