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Sukiya Malaysia: Halal-certified Japanese Eatery Servicing Gyudon, Yakitori And More!

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Noor Aishah Karim •  Aug 14, 2023

Authentic halal Japanese food at an affordable price can be hard to find in Malaysia. But now, lovers of Japanese cuisine can rejoice because SUKIYA, the leading chain restaurant in Japan, is now halal-certified in Malaysia!

What is SUKIYA?

SUKIYA takes great pride in exclusively using safe and top-notch ingredients, offering affordable meals in easily accessible locations! The brand aims to create a welcoming space for individuals from all races and religions. When it comes to their menu, SUKIYA truly delivers! You'll have the pleasure of selecting from a wide array of delectable dishes, including Gyudon, Beef Yakiniku, Japanese Curry, Yakitori, Karaage, and much more. With such an abundance of options, it's easy to feel the excitement, so take your time and savour the choices available!

So is SUKIYA Halal?

Sukiya guarantees that all the ingredients utilised in its recipes and products, particularly the raw materials, are certified as halal. Furthermore, Sukiya is working to ensure every outlet obtains a halal certificate, demonstrating our firm commitment to this endeavour. There are some JAKIM halal-certified outlets, and you can check them out here.

What To Try At SUKIYA

Look at their mouth-watering Gyudon menu that includes everything from Melted Cheese Gyudon to Grated Daikon & Ponzu Sauce Gyudon and much more! For those who want a spicy kick, try their Spring Onion & Half-Boiled Egg Gyudon, made with tenderly cooked thin sliced beef covered with fresh spring onion and sweet and spicy Korean chilli pepper sauce with a half-boiled egg on top.

But if you’re worried about their portion sizes being too small, we’re here to tell you that you don’t have to! SUKIYA lets you choose your own portion sizes for all of their dishes (from S / M / XM / L / XL). ?And the price for each dish varies according to the portion size. The menu will even tell you how much Beef to Rice ratio you can expect so that you can make a decision on how much you’d like to eat!

SUKIYA Singapore

Halal status: Halal-certified

*Note: Certain outlets are still going through the halal certification process by JAKIM