Delicious Malay Halal Food at Penang’s Best Hotels

Malay halal food

Each Muslim-majority country has its own version of Halal food. There’s Arabic, there’s Turkish, then there’s Malay halal food. You can find a lot of Malay halal dishes from its origin country, Malaysia, and in nearby countries like Indonesia. The cuisine also varies from region to region in Malaysia.

In this article, we’re featuring Malay Halal cuisine from the beautiful island of Penang.

There’s a lot of places in Penang where you can try local Halal fare. You can have them at restaurants, along with the streets and in hotels. But if you want a truly luxurious halal culinary experience, then we recommend trying out these restaurants. Complete your luxury halal travel experience by also booking a room at one of these hotels.

Best Hotel Restaurants in Penang that Serve Authentic Malay Halal Food

Malay halal food
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Cinnamon Asian Restaurant, PARKROYAL Penang Resort

Taste authentic Asian Halal food at Cinnamon Asian Restaurant at the PARKROYAL Penang Resort. Enjoy views of the sea or the hotel’s lush gardens while savoring the colorful flavors Southeast Asia has to offer. Some of their specialties include Beef Salad Asian Style, Penang Fried Koay Teow, Penang Curry Mee, Penang Nasi Kandar, and Marinated Malaysian Style Lamb Cutlets with Spicy Tomato Sauce. For dessert, we recommend you try Bubur Cha Cha, a traditional Malaysian mix of confections.

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Malay halal food
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Nada Lama, Hotel Equatorial Penang

Travel back in time at Nada Lama at the Hotel Equatorial Penang, where they serve traditional Malaysian family recipes. The glamorous black and white interiors evoking old-school charm match the restaurant’s nostalgic culinary offerings. Make sure to try some Malay halal food staples such as Choon Pneah, Mutton Soup Mamak Style, Nasi Goreng Kampung, and the irresistible classic Satays.  End your meal with a sweet note by ordering some Ais Kacang.

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Malay halal food
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Spice Market Cafe, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa

The Spice Market Cafe at Shangri-la’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa is an Asian and International buffet that will satisfy all your senses. The restaurant sits under old rainforest trees which give diners a homely and relaxed feel. Their buffet includes Nyonya-Baba favorites such as the Malay-style fried rice, Char Koay Teow, and prawn crackers. The restaurant also has Chinese, Thai, Indian, and Japanese food stations.

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Malay halal food
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Garden Cafe, Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La

Enjoy Malay halal food and international menu at the sunny Garden Cafe at the Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-la. The restaurant offers traditional Malay favorites such as the Penang Hokkien Char and Chicken Curry Kapitan, and a large serving of traditional satays, with 12 skewers of either chicken or beef.

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