Iftar Guide 2021: Top 10 Places In KL & Selangor To Break Fast This Ramadan


Ili •  Apr 17, 2021

Ramadan has officially begun and while we’re in the midst of making spiritual or physical preparations for fasting and ibadah, there’s one question that we always ask ourselves - what should I eat for iftar? Well, no need to rack your brains because we’ve got the ultimate guide of eateries in KL and Selangor that'll serve you a delicious iftar this Ramadan!

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1. Lisette's Café & Restaurant

Credit: Lisette Café & Restaurant

If there's one place you should be planning your iftar meal at, it's Lisette Café & Restaurant. Known for their health-conscious, wholesome food that doesn't compromise on deliciousness, tuck into a hearty feast with their Beautiful Ramadhan Buffet (dine-in only). One glance is all it takes to fall instantly in love with their spread! From Johor Laksa and Black Rice Nasi Lemak to Ikan Perchik and Rendang, you'll find everything you want and more here. Don't forget to make room for their specially made kuih-muihs too. They also have vegetarian-friendly options, so everyone can enjoy a meal here and experience the Ramadan festivities together.

Halal status: Uses halal ingredients

Date: Every Tuesday & Friday; 7PM-9PM

Price: RM55+ per pax


- Bangsar: 8, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur

- Subang: GK09 G Floor, Empire Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor


- Bangsar: +6016-767 0122 / +603-2201 7772

- Subang: +603-8602 1219

Reservations: Click here to book

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2. Soul Sacrifice

Credit: Soul Sacrifice

Named after American rock legend Santana's instrumental classic, make your way to Soul Sacrifice with loved ones for your next iftar meal. There is plenty of soul to be found in the menu offerings - from steak sandwich and miso siakap rice to camonerasi, you'll find a variety of flavours that will suit everyone in your party. If you're looking for lighter options, the cafe's got you covered with a range of salads, soups and snacks. Of course, a visit here won't be complete without giving their seasonal selection of specialty coffees a try. Available as espresso, filter and cold brew, coffee lovers will definitely appreciate this during Ramadan.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours (during Ramadan): Tue-Sun; 8AM-12PM (breakfast menu), 4PM-10.30PM (dinner menu)

Address: No.38 Jalan 4/76C Desa Pandan 55100 KL

Contact: +603-92013596

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3. De.wan 1958 by Chef Wan

If you've never had the chance to try delicious local cuisine from Chef Wan, Malaysia's first celebrity chef, De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan is where you should enjoy an iftar meal this Ramadan. Situated at The LINC KL, you'll be able to savour everything at De.Wan's Ramadan buffet. Dig into tasty cucur udang cooked to perfection, daging rendang that will remind you of your kampung’s cooking or a hearty bowl of nyonya laksa.

P.S. You can also enjoy their Ramadan buffet at Bangi Resort Hotel.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Date: 16 April to 11 May

Address: Lot 2-2 Level 2 The LINC KL No, 360, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603-9213 0383

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4. Songket Restaurant

What's better than a Ramadan buffet? A Ramadan buffet with a cultural show (excluding Sundays)! Songket's unique blend of set-hidang-cum-buffet concept is what you should be enjoying this holy month. All its main dishes are served hidang-style based on your choice of menu selections, while the rest (i.e appetizers, soups, desserts and hot/cold beverages) are available buffet-style. At RM58 (min. 2 pax), you'll get the best of both worlds at an affordable price!

Halal status: Uses halal-certified ingredients

Date: 13 April 2021

Price: RM58+ (min. 2 pax)

Address: 29, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, Kampung Baru, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Reservations: +603-2856 3349/ +6010-958 9598 or book online here

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5. Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers

Nestled in the heart of Bukit Damansara, Ahh-Yum is a sleek and cosy restaurant serving the best of Malaysian cuisine. Their Ramadan buffet will showcase iconic Malaysian dishes such as asam pedas, masak lemak cili padi, dambal udang petai, sotong goreng berempah, mee soto, bubur manis and grilled kambing!

P.S. They also provide prayer spaces. Just remember to bring your own prayer mat ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Date: 16 April to 10 May

Address & Opening hours: Click here for all outlets

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6. Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail

Malaysia's iconic traditional cuisine restaurant returns with its annual Ramadan buffet. At over 90 dishes from you to choose from, you might find yourself at Rebung multiple times this Ramadan. Daging salai masak lemak, nasi kerabu, pari asam pedas, paru sambal - you name it! You'll find it all at Restoran Rebung Chef Ismail.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Date: 13 April to 11 May; 6.30PM-10PM

Price: RM84.80 (adult), RM53 (child)

Address: 5-2 Cascade Parking, Jalan Bukit Aman, 1, Jalan Tanglin, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Reservations: +603-2276 3535 / +603-2276 2525

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7. Mohd Chan 

Craving Chinese food instead? Drop by one of the many Mohd Chan outlets for a scrumptious Chinese cuisine iftar. Treat you and your loved ones to mouthwatering Chinese Muslim cuisine such as delicious crab meat soup with abalone slices, kam heong lala and classic butter prawn and black pepper beef. Now if that doesn't sound good, we don't know what does! And get this: You can purchase frozen dim sum from Mohd Chan and steam them at home yourself. Order online today and stock your fridge for the whole family to enjoy.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: Ara Damansara outlet - B-G-2, Jalan PJU 1A/20A, Dataran Ara, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Contact: +603-7859 0907 (Ara Damansara outlet)

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8. SeoulNami Korean BBQ

Korean food lovers and meat lovers, where you at? Korean food joint, SeoulNami Korean BBQ is where you should be to buka puasa with friends and family. Prepare your taste buds and stomachs with platters of torched beef, marinated lamb chops, bone-in shot rib and chuncheon chicken. This is ultimate dream for any meat lover! Not in the mood for meat? They've also offer other options like openg seafood pot, spicy octopus and seafood platter.

Halal status: Uses halal-certified ingredients

Address & Opening hours: Click here for all outlets

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9. Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant

For iftar this Ramadan, why not give yourself a chance to taste an authentic meal in Northern China. Every plate is a cacophony of fresh spices and bold flavours that are masterfully orchestrated using traditional cooking techniques. Warm-up your dinner table at home with a row of appetisers such as Chinese chives pancakes and sesame mochi bun. Then, enjoy their special roasted lamb, braised fish, kung pao chicken and sauteed broccoli with mushroom. Before ending your dinner, let the lotus seed with white fungus soup cool you down.

P.S. They also have two other outlets: 1 Utama and Pavilion

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address & Opening hours: Click here for all the outlets

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10. Siti Li

Nestled in a contemporary studio in Bukit Damansara, Siti Li's dining focuses on quality heritage Malay food. Indulge in a massive spread of dishes like laksa sarawak, asam pedas, and a variety of kuih! When you confirm your reservation for a Ramadhan seating (RM25+), you'll get a free flow of drinks with some weekly Ramadhan specials to complement their a la carte menu. For those who prefer a more intimate setting, this spot if perfect for you.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Date: 16 April (Tue-Sun; Ramadan seating from 7PM-10PM)

Address: 15, Jalan Setiakasih 5, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603-2011 2220

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