Some of the best, most innovative halal restaurants from around the world.
Makan Kitchen at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Makan Kitchen at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Kuala Lumpur
The traditional Malaysian menu at Makan Kitchen in DoubleTree includes interactive food shows. These live demonstrations allow diners to experience every step of their banquet’s preparation – from the pan to the plate – and local favourites like the milky ‘pulled tea’ (Teh Tarik) are prepared with care and skill.
The Westbridge Hotel in London, UK
The Westbridge Hotel in London
The Westbridge Hotel chefs excel at both traditional British cuisine —make sure to try the cream tea — and food with a more international flavour. This alcohol and pork-free restaurant also serves a seasonal dinner menu which has been praised by foodies throughout the UK.
Aquamarine at Marina Mandarin in Marina Bay, Singapore
Aquamarine at Marina Mandarin in Marina Bay
With an enviable view of the Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline, and award-winning chefs in the kitchen Aquamarine makes a big impact, but it’s the attention to detail that have won over Muslim travellers. The Marina Bay restaurant kitchen is halal certified and the menu is bursting with flavoursome halal-friendly dishes.
Barakat and Diwan at Al Meroz Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand
Barakat and Diwan at Al Meroz Hotel in Bangkok
Guests at the Al Meroz Hotel are spoilt for choice as the hotel has two award-winning restaurants. The family-friendly Diwan and the mediterranean-style Barakat, which has attracted praise for its Lebanese-inspired cuisine and light, relaxing atmosphere. Both restaurants are halal certified and the hotel does not serve alcohol in the either the public or private rooms.
Lemon Garden at Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lemon Garden at Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur in Kuala Lumpur
The recently refurbished Lemon Garden restaurant at the Shangri-La Hotel provides guests and diners with a tranquil retreat from Kuala Lumpur’s notoriously hectic city centre. The restaurant interior is filled with warm shades of gold and brown as sunlight reflects through glass panels from the garden terrace. The menu is halal certified and spans the culinary world – drawing influences from Italy, India, Japan, and traditional French cuisine.
Raja’s Balinese Restaurant at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa in Bali, Indonesia
Raja’s Balinese Restaurant at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa in Bali
The 4-star Raja’s Balinese Restaurant at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel has a reputation for high-quality, upmarket food while still embodying all the ease and comfort of traditional Balinese hospitality. The Raja’s halal-certified menu extends from exquisite bite-sized morsels like the rijsttafel, through to elaborate creations like the bebek betutu: an entire duck, infused with 16 Balinese spices and roasted in banana leaves.