Getting your fix of halal Thai food in Malaysia is easy. There are plenty of spots in KL and Selangor where you can treat yourself to tom yum goong, mango sticky rice, pad thai and more. If you love Thai food as much as we do, then you've probably heard of The Original Boat Noodle. Question is: Is it halal? Keep on reading to find out!
What is The Original Boat Noodle?
The Original Boat Noodle started in the back alleys of Bangkok, offering a variety of yummy local street food. In March 2014, it made its debut in Malaysia and within the span of 3 years have grown to 47 outlets. They are most popularly known for their signature Boat Noodles that cost just RM2.20 per bowl and come in three delicious flavours.
Is The Original Boat Noodle halal?
As of June 2021, the following outlets are the only ones halal-certified by JAKIM:
- Boat Noodle, AEON Seksyen 13 Shah Alam, Selangor
- Boat Noodle, AEON Kota Bharu, Kelantan
- Boat Noodle, Paya Bunga Square Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
- Boat Noodle, Sky Avenue, Genting Highlands, Pahang
P.S. Wondering if The Original Boat Noodle is halal-certified in Singapore? Click here to find out!
The Original Boat Noodle (Malaysia)
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