5 Famous & Muslim-Friendly Restaurants That Are A Must Try In Pangkor Island


Siti Aishah Ahmad •  Oct 04, 2021

After a day of adventure at the sea and beach of Pangkor Island, your tummy will be grumbling by the end of the day. What better way to end your joyous day than with a good meal with your friends and family? This island is filled with restaurants and stalls to cater to your foodie needs. Here are some halal and Muslim-friendly restaurants for you to try when you visit Pangkor!

5 Famous & Muslim-Friendly Restaurants In Pangkor Island

1. Zul Corner No. 7

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Every person who's ever been to Pangkor Island will tell you to come here as this is a popular eatery! Situated only a walking distance to the Coral beach, Zul Corner No. 7 cooks up affordable and mouth-watering seafood dishes as well as local cuisine. After a day at the beach, this place is a great choice if you want to eat cheap, delicious food with a view of the beach!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: Gerai No. 7, Gerai Penjaja Teluk Nipah, 32300 Pangkor, Perak

2. Seri Ilham Seafood Ikan Bakar

Another seafood haven for you to try! This eatery offers fresh and hot grilled fish of many kinds right from the grill. They also serve Thai and Malay cuisine for those who love spicy tomyam and local food. Their menu is also inexpensive so definitely try checking this place out when you're in Pangkor.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: Jalan Pasir Bogak, 32300 Pulau Pangkor, Perak

4. Nipah Deli Steamboat & Noodle House

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Nipah Deli Steamboat & Noodle House is one of the most highly-rated restaurants in Pangkor! They don't only serve amazing seafood dishes but the restaurant is situated right next to the beach. While enjoying your food, you can expect a calming view of the beach.

Halal Status: All ingredients are halal-certified.

Address: No.13, 14, 15 & 16, Gerai Penjaja Teluk Nipah, 32300 Pangkor, Perak

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 11AM-11PM

Contact: 05-685 1416


4. Fisherman's Cove

Fisherman's Cove is the perfect choice if you're craving for seafood as the restaurant is quite expensive. This is because this restaurant is located at Pangkor Island's luxurious resort, Pangkor Laut Resort. But, despite the price, this place is a worth the try for delicious food and the sea view! Your dishes will be prepared by a professional chef too.

Halal Status: Pork-free but this restaurant serves alcohol.

Address: Pangkor Laut Resort, Pangkor Island, 32200, Perak

Contact: 05-699 1100

5. Daddy's Cafe

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Another famous restaurant in Pangkor Island is Daddy's Cafe. Just like the other restaurants mentioned above, this place has one of the most beautiful views of the beach! From seafood dishes, Western cuisine to Malay cuisine, this cafe has a wide range of appetizing meals for you to choose from. They also cater to our vegan friends.

Halal Status: Pork-free and vegetarian-friendly. Alcohol is served on the premises but they use separate glasses.

Address: Daddy’s Cafe, 27, Teluk Nipah, 32300 Pulau Pangkor, Perak

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 11AM-11PM

Contact: 05-685 1744


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