Eid Mubarak 2021!

List: Chinese Muslim Restaurants In Kedah

Scroll down below or do a quick search for Chinese Muslim Restaurants in Kedah via our search bar.

For restaurants in other states in Malaysia, click here for the complete list.

Note: Please notify us of any Chinese Muslim restaurants that we missed. Thanks!

Last updated on 7 April 2021.

Restoran Adam Haji Razali

  • 80, Jalan Kempas 1/5, Taman Kempas Indah, 09000 Kulim, Kedah
    +6010-908 8282

Makanan Cina Abdullah Khor

  • Medan Selera Tanah Merah, Jitra, Kedah (belakang petronas sebelah stesen bas express Jitra)

+6014-757 2451

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli

  • Lot 4-30 & 4-31, Level 4, Aman Central Mall, Lebuhraya Darulaman, 05100 Alor Setar, Kedah.
  • Lot GF-38 & 39, Ground Floor, Complex Landmark Central, 09000 Kulim, Kedah.

Link Roundup #15: Top 3 Chinese Muslim Food Links

Hello Chinese Muslim food lovers! It’s time for our Chinese Muslim food link roundup! Hope you find the links as interesting as we do!

7 Yummy Pork-Free/Halal Dim Sum Restaurants In PJ and KL That Offer Takeaways & Deliveries

Dim sum is a staple in Malaysian cuisine, with many locals frequenting dim sum restaurants to yum cha. While dim sum is typically non-halal, these mouthwatering morsels also have pork-free and halal counterparts. Now, everyone can enjoy xiao long bao, siew mai, or yummy salted egg yolk custard buns.

In the article, they listed Zuan Yuan, Dolly Dim Sum, Jade Treasures, Mohd Chan Chinese Muslim Restaurant, Way Modern Chinois, DIN by Din Tai Fung, and Yun House. Take note that the first four restaurants are certified halal restaurants while the last three restaurants are pork-free restaurants.

Some people don’t mind eating at pork-free restaurants, but in our case, we are quite particular in this therefore we usually avoid going to such establishments.

What are pork-free restaurants? Head on over to our A Guide On How to Find a Halal Restaurant In Malaysia for a quick crash course.

As for this list, we had only been to Mohd Chan Chinese Muslim Restaurant. As far as we can remember, the dimsum there was fairly okay in taste, however the variety was quite limited. Not sure about their dimsum selection now though since we haven’t been in a Mohd Chan Chinese Muslim Restaurant in ages.

Related: [MY] Ai Ni Dim Sum, [MY] Canning Dim Sum, [MY] Canning Dim Sum Express, [MY] Dim Sum Valet, [MY] Botanica DIM SUM, [MY] Hong Kong Kitchen Penang, [MY] Restoran Budak Siew Mai By Saiful Islam

Ramadan in Hong Kong: Malaysian Muslims Share Their Experience

“Occasionally, we would go to Masjid al Amar in Wan Chai to break our fast. During Ramadan, for 30 days, they offer free meals to all Muslims to break fast,” she recalls. 

Besides Ma’s Anisha also loves the dimsum at the Islamic Canteen Center at Masjid al Amar, where she would frequent before the pandemic hit. However, Anisha and her family usually breaks fast at home.

“In the past 10 years, the availability of halal food and ingredients have increased tremendously. Now, we are able to get many Malaysian or Indonesian halal items, so we can easily cook everything at home.”

Anisha and her family usually gets their halal chicken and red meat at Tsim Sha Tsui market, and their fish and vegetables from Tseung Kwan O market or Sheung Tak market. 

On Hajar’s last trip to Hong Kong, she stayed at a hotel nearby to Masjid al Amar and had a couple of times ate dimsum at the Islamic Canteen Center. The best thing about staying around that area was how easy it was for her to find halal food. At that time, there was even a small eatery selling halal pizza.

Related: [HK] Islamic Centre Canteen

Chinese-Muslim Hawker Sells Delish Halal Char Kway Teow With Two-Hour Queue

Anis’ stall at Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre is an anomaly: it’s one of the few Muslim-owned CKT stalls in Singapore catering to the Muslim community. He named his stall 786 Char Kway Teow, an Islamic symbolic number derived from Arabic numerology that means “in the name of Allah, the ever merciful, the ever compassionate”

The ever tantalising CKT. For those who are unfamiliar with it, CKT stands for Char Kway Teow 炒粿條 – a type of fried noodles dish popular in Singapore and Malaysia. Super tasty, bloody addictive, and if you have never tried it, you have got to put it in your bucket list because it’s just one of those dishes you die die must try one. /we had to unleash that inner Singlish & Manglish in us./

That concludes our link roundup for this month! Found any interesting links lately? Let us know in the comment section and we’ll include it in the next link roundup. Have a good May!

List: Chinese Muslim Restaurants In Kelantan

Scroll down below or do a quick search for Chinese Muslim Restaurants in Kelantan via our search bar.

For restaurants in other states in Malaysia, click here for the complete list.

Note: Please notify us of any Chinese Muslim restaurants that we missed. Thanks!

Last updated on 7 April 2021.

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli

  • Lot S-27, 2nd Floor, AEON Mall Kota Bharu, Kampung Sireh, Jalan Jambatan Sultan Yahya Petra, 15050 Kota Bharu, Kelantan.

2021 Ramadan Gifts Guide

Can you believe it? We’ve entered the third week of Ramadan! Feels like it was just yesterday when we were hit with the news on the pandemic and we were scrambling to regain some kind of normalcy in our lives.

Things were uncertain then for most of us, yet Alhamdulillah, we managed to pull through.

Now, we are given the chance to experience Ramadan again. A chance to make amends. A chance to strive to become better Muslims. A chance to appreciate everything we’ve been blessed with. A chance to do as many good deeds as possible, insha’Allah.

One of the good deeds that we could possibly do is to give gifts throughout the blessed month of Ramadan.

Giving Gifts During Ramadan?

That’s right! Ramadan is a great time to give gifts, and it becomes all the more special when you give gifts to your loved ones. It’s a nice way of telling them you have them in your thoughts and it could also help to strengthen your relationship with them.

Like really, are there people who do no look forward to receiving gifts?

Here are our top picks for 2021!

Something For The Traditional Foodie

Ketupat Palas – Ben & Chinta

This year, Ben & Chinta collaborated with @craveganu to come up with Ketupat Palas and Homemade Signature Serunding gift packs. All you need to do is to steam the ketupat palas in the steamer and once it’s cooked, you can enjoy it with their serunding.

Price: 20 pieces priced at RM35, Ketupat Palas Single Gift Pack priced at RM50, and the Family Gift Pack priced at RM80.

Something For The Sweet Tooth

Beryl’s Raya Chocolate Gifts 2021 – Beryl’s Chocolate

To mark the festive occasion, Beryl’s came up with not one, not two, but twenty different types of Raya gifts and hampers for you to choose from! However, at the time of writing only five hampers are still in stock. Better hurry before stocks run out!

PriceBeryl’s Raya 2021 Lebaran Gift Set 2 priced at RM45.80, Beryl’s Raya 2021 Lebaran Gift Set 4 priced at RM46, Beryl’s Raya 2021 Harmoni Aidilfitri Hamper priced at RM67.50, Beryl’s Raya 2021 Cahaya Aidilfitri Hamper priced at RM81, and Beryl’s Raya 2021 Istimewa Aidilfitri Hamper priced at RM100.

Something For The Environmentally-Conscious

Raya 2021 Exclusive Festive Gift Baskets – Earth Heir

Opt for a fair trade gift set from environmentally-conscious Earth Heir. Their specially curated baskets are their way of giving back to the local rattan and mengkuang artisans as well as the local communities.

PriceThe Raya 2021 Exclusive Festive Gift Basket priced at RM259

Something For The Artisan Lover

Raya Exclusive Festive Gift Baskets – Batik Boutique

Batik Boutique is an award-winning social enterprise established to empower artisans from marginalised communities across Malaysia. Shop from their hand-crafted Cahaya Raya 2021 Collection – where you can find a good selection of Malaysian made batik apparels, accessories, and gifts sets for your family and friends.

PriceThe Borak Gift Set priced at RM279, Batik Face Mask (M/L) – Teal Driftwood priced at RM45, and Ketupat Bag – Pink Pagar priced at RM189.

Something For The Drinks Master

Jom Ra-Yay Pack – Tapping Tapir

Surprise your loved ones with a delightful set of sparkling sodas from the Tapping Tapir! Made from real fruit juices, spices and herbs, their sodas do not contain artificial colours, flavours and lots of sugar. Perfect for those eager to enjoy their drinks, minus the nasties.

PriceJom Ra-Yay Pack priced at RM88.

Something For The Green Thumbs

Raya Exclusive Festive Gift Baskets – Nuhayra Pretty Leaf

Brighten up your family and friends homes by gifting them a pretty little potted plant from Nuhayra Pretty Leaf! This may not be the most conventional gift idea, though we’re certain it’d bring a smile to that special someone who has a soft soft for flowers and plants.

Price: Starts from RM4.27

Something For The One Who Upholds Tradition

Classic High Tea Set – Nyonya Lab

Bring back the memories of the good old days with a beautiful box full of delicious nyonya kuih from the Nyonya Lab! Choose six types of kuih from their long list of kuihs available such as angku, bingka ubi, seri muka, kuih lapis, pulut tai-tai, lapis ubi and more. Customisable in a box, platter, and tiffin.

Something For The Chinese Muslim Food Connoisseur

Kitchen Essentials – Kaijia Muslim Food

No, this is not a shameless plug from us. The truth is we couldn’t find any Chinese Muslim Ramadan-themed gift packs on the market. So what’s the next best thing? Well, you could gift your family and friends any of our kitchen essentials products! They can use our Signature Chilli Oil and Garlic Oil in their cooking, while munching on some Guoba Snacks.

PriceSignature Chilli Oil priced at RM17 for a 300g jar and RM13 for a 200g tub, Garlic Oil priced at RM10 for a 300g jar, and Guoba Snacks priced at RM6 and above.

There we have it! Hope you’ll have fun buying gifts for your family and friends! While we’re at it, the 10 last nights of Ramadan are fast approaching. May we get to experience the Night of Power , Laylatul Qadr, ameen!

List: Chinese Muslim Restaurants In Pahang

Scroll down below or do a quick search for Chinese Muslim Restaurants in Pahang via our search bar.

For restaurants in other states in Malaysia, click here for the complete list.

Note: Please notify us of any Chinese Muslim restaurants that we missed. Thanks!

Last updated on 7 April 2021.

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli

  • Lot GF-15 & 16, Ground Floor, Kuantan City Mall, Putra Square, 25300 Kuantan, Pahang.

[MY] TASTE & MEE Makanan Cina Muslim

Address: 3, JALAN 9/9C, SEKSYEN 9, BANDAR BARU BANGI 43650 Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: 011-2686 1866

Facebook: Taste & MeE Makanan Cina Muslim

Products: 100% Authentic Chinese Muslim dishes from LinXia City, China, including special beef noodles, beef noodles, chicken noodles, wuxiang beef, black fungus with onion, cumin lamb, and toothpick meat.

Related: Full list of Chinese Muslim restaurants & food businesses in Malaysia

Note: For advertising purposes, paid partnerships, writing and content creation services, reach us here or leave us a message via our Contact Us page.

The Ultimate List of Popular Chinese Dishes Written In Chinese, English & Malay

Have you ever experienced this before?

You enter a Chinese Muslim restaurant, flip through the menu, and immediately notice that the menu is written entirely in Chinese! That is pretty common in China and if you go to certain restaurants, the menu may not even come with any pictures so that makes it all the more difficult for you to order something if you can’t read Chinese characters.

Would you experience that in Malaysia?

The good news is probably not since most of the menus in Chinese Muslim restaurants in Malaysia do come with English, Malay, or both languages translations. Bear in mind that the translations could sometimes be slightly off.

What’s the big deal then?

Well, we know how frustrating it could be to enter a restaurant and not knowing what to order simply because we don’t understand the menu. So we thought, why don’t we come up with a comprehensive list of popular and commonly found Chinese dishes in all three languages?

Not only do you get to learn the Chinese, English and Malay names of your favourite Chinese dishes, we hope that by doing this it will make it easier for you to order your food the next time you enter a Chinese Muslim restaurant. Maybe this would entice you to try other dishes too!

Do take note that some of the English translations are based on the commonly used names often found in Chinese restaurants and menus. For the ones that are not available, our translations are based on the closest possible meaning. The same goes for Malay translations too.

This post will be updated and revised regularly, so make sure you bookmark it for ease of access.

Last updated on 20 April 2021.


1.羊肉辣皮子拌面Spicy Lamb Meat Fried NoodlesMi Goreng Kambing Masak Cili
2.过油肉拌面Dry Noodles With Sautéed MeatMi Goreng Daging
3.土豆丝拌面Shredded Potatoes Fried NoodlesMi Goreng Masak Dengan Kentang Hiris
4.干煸炒面Stir Fried NoodlesMi Goreng
5.丁丁炒面Ding Ding NoodlesMi Goreng Ding Ding
6.兰州牛肉面Lanzhou Beef Noodle SoupMi Sup Cara Lanzhou
7.炸酱面ZhajiangmianMi Goreng Masak Taucu
8.云吞面Wonton Noodle Mi Wantan
9.油泼扯面Biangbiang NoodlesMi Biangbiang
10.担担面Dan Dan NoodlesMi Dan Dan
11.凉皮Cold Skin NoodlesMi Sejuk
12. 炒粿條Char Kway TeowKewtiau Goreng
13.滑蛋河Flat Rice Noodles in Egg GravyMi Hong Kong, Mi Kungfu, Mi Kantonis
14.板面Hakka Flat Noodle Soup (Pan Mee)Pan Mi
15.福建炒麵Hokkien MeeMi Hokkien


1.辣子鸡Sichuan Spicy ChickenAyam Masak Sichuan
2.大盘鸡Big Plate ChickenAyam Pinggan Besar
3.香辣虾Spicy ShrimpUdang Masak Cili
4.蒜香牛肉Beef Cubes In GarlicDaging Lembu Masak Bawang Putih
5.香辣鸡块Spicy Cubed ChickenAyam Masak Cili
6.羊肉炒烤肉Barbecue Fried LambKambing Panggang Goreng
7.土豆烧牛肉Stewed Beef With PotatoesDaging Masak Dengan Kentang
8.过油肉菜Wonton Noodle Mi Wantan
9.牛肉加沙Jia Sha Style BeefDaging Masak Jia Sha
10.红烧丸子Braised MeatballsBebola Daging
11.黑木耳炒肉Black Fungus Fried With MeatCendawan Hitam Goreng Dengan Daging
12.牛肉什锦肉Mixed Vegetables Fried With BeefSayur Campur Goreng Dengan Daging
13.凉拌牛肉Beef SaladSalad Daging
14.香辣鸡瓜Spicy Chicken FeetKaki Ayam Masak Cili
15.木耳山药Sautéed Chinese Yam With Black FungusCendawan Telinga Masak Dengan Keladi Cina
16.家常豆腐Home-Style TofuTauhu
17.酸辣茄子Sour & Spicy Fried EggplantsTerung Goreng Masak Masam Pedas
18.酸辣土豆丝菜Sour & Spicy Fried Potato StripsKentang Goreng Masak Masam Pedas
19.西红柿炒鸡蛋Fried Eggs With TomatoesTelur Goreng Dengan Tomato
20.木耳油白菜Black Fungus Cooked With Chinese CabbageCendawan Telinga Masak Dengan Kubis Cina
21.青椒肚丝Green Capsicum Cooked With TripeLada Benggala Hijau Masak Dengan Babat
22.紫菜蛋花汤Egg and Seaweed SoupSup Telur dan Rumpai Laut
23.麻婆豆腐Mapo TofuMapo Tofu

Dim Sum

1.点心Dim SumDim Sum
2.包子Steamed Buns, BaoKuih Pau
3.馒头Chinese Steamed Buns, MantouRoti Mantou
7.粽子Sticky Rice DumplingsKuih Chang
8.糯米雞Lotus Leaf WrapLo Mai Gai
10.肠粉Rice Noodle RollChee Cheong Fun
11.春卷Spring RollsPopia
12.虾饺Shrimp DumplingsDumpling Udang
13.凤爪Chicken FeetKaki Ayam
14.萝卜糕Radish CakeKuih Lobak Putih
15.马拉糕Chinese Steamed CakeKuih Kukus
16.蛋挞Egg TartTart Telur
17.煎䭔Deep Fried Sesame BallsKuih Bom
18.芋角Taro DumplingsDumpling Keladi
19.豆腐花Soybean PuddingTau Fu Fa


1.八宝粥Eight Treasure PorridgeBubur Kacang, Buah-Buahan Kering, Bijirin
2.八宝饭Eight Treasure Rice PuddingPuding Pulut, Kacang, Buah-Buahan Kering, Bijirin
3.红豆汤Red Bean SoupBubur Kacang Merah
4.绿豆汤Green Bean SoupBubur Kacang Hijau
5.冰糖雪梨Steamed Pears With Rock SugarPir Kukus
6.杏仁豆腐Almond JellyAgar-Agar Badam

Noticed that we missed some dishes? Let us know in the comments section and we’ll add it to the list, insha’Allah!

Kaijia: Hari Raya Gift Ideas

How’s your Ramadan going?

Ours have been pretty good so far, Alhamdulillah. It’s been raining on a daily basis, making the weather more cooling and fasting more bearable.

But with the new norm, obviously this year’s Ramadan is unlike pre-pandemic years. Nevertheless, we are thankful with everything we have been blessed with. On a personal note, Alhamdulillah this year we get to celebrate Ramadan with more family members.

We also managed to secure a pop-up stand at Bazaar Ramadan Fourty 5, located at the carpark area opposite Kuu Van Cha 古文茶, nearby to Perling Mall.

While we’re at it, we’re currently running 10% cashback and RM40 Free Shipping promotions on our Shopee store. Ramadan is the time to spread goodness and happiness, so we thought it’d be great to offer our buyers additional perks during this festive occasion. It’s our way of thanking our buyers for supporting us all this while.

The promotions only last for a couple more weeks or so, so hurry up and place your order at our Shopee store! You may also reach us online via our website and social media platforms.

Have a good Friday!

List: Chinese Muslim Restaurants In Putrajaya & Cyberjaya

Scroll down below or do a quick search for Chinese Muslim Restaurants in Putrajaya & Cyberjaya via our search bar.

For restaurants in other states in Malaysia, click here for the complete list.

Note: Please notify us of any Chinese Muslim restaurants that we missed. Thanks!

Last updated on 7 April 2021.

Homst Recipe

  • P-07, Dpulze, Lingkaran Cyber Point Timur, Cyber 12, 63000 Cyberjaya
    +603-8322 5760
  • LG B2-01 Ayer 8, Presint 8, Putrajaya
    +603-8893 0760

Hot Meal Bah Chinese Muslim Cuisine

  • 4810-0-39&40, CBD Perdana 2, Persiaran Flora, 63000 Cyberjaya
    +603-8322 2488

Mohd Chan Chinese Muslim Restaurant

  • 58 & 60, Tingkat bawah, Lot Komersil Nadi @15, Jalan Perak , Presint 15, 62050 Putrajaya
    +603-8893 1299
    +6012-414 8001

Salam Noodles

  • 4810-0-42, 2, Persiaran Flora, Cyberjaya, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
  • P2, 17, Persiaran Multimedia, Shaftsbury Square, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
  • Jalan Seluang P8/7, Presint 8, 62250 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya