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Top 10 Halal Chinese Food For Muslim Foodie In Penang

Malaysians, we are really lucky to live in this multiracial country where we can try a variety of food from all races in Malaysia. From Nasi Lemak to Hokkien Mee. Char Hor Fun to Chapati. Lontong to Nasi Briyani. You can get all this tasty food no matter where you are! But to taste the best, we’ll love to suggest you try it in Penang cause this is the paradise for a foodie.

Halal Chinese Eateries in Penang

Penang is a must visit state by all foodies around the world as Penang is well known for the tasty food! Other than just Nasi Kandar, you also can try authentic Chinese food in Penang! If you are craving for some authentic Chinese food,  here is the ultimate list of Halal Chinese Eateries that you can try in Penang.

1. Sin Bee Chew Restaurant

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What is Chinese cuisine without Hainanese Chicken Chop right? The chicken is crispy on the outside but tender on the inside! It is drenched with the homemade Hainanese gravy that is mouthwatering. The taste and texture that will make you go for another bite! But not just that, Their Nyonya Fried Chicken (Inchi Kabin) and Hokkien Fun are also luscious! Don’t miss the chance to try it!

📍 Sin Bee Chew Restoran

11, Lorong Bagan Luar 3, Bagan Luar, 12000 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang

🕑 12 PM – 2.45 PM, 5 PM – 8 PM (Monday – Friday), closed on Saturdays and Sundays

📞 04-333 2928

📝 Halal Certified

2. China Muslim Restaurant 3.0 (CMR)

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Now you don’t have to travel all the way to China cause you can try authentic halal China food here. Nestled in D’Piazza Mall, CMR 3.0 not just serving  Chinese food but they serve authentic Chinese food from China! To make it happens, they hire skilful Muslim chefs from China to ensure you can taste the goodness of China’s food here.

📍 China Muslim Restaurant 3.0 (CMR)

70-1-12 D’Piazza Mall, Jalan Mahsuri, Bayan Baru, 11950 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang

🕑 11 AM – 3 PM, 5.30 PM – 10 PM (Tuesday – Sunday), closed on Mondays

📞 04-240 7286

📝 Halal Certified

3. Aunti Ekonomi Meehun Goreng @ Astaka Taman Tun Sardon

If you craving for Char Kuey Teow early in the morning, you can always head to Astaka Taman Tun Sardon and try authentic Chinese style of Char Kuey Teow At Aunti Ekonomi Meehun Goreng. It is a bit dry compared to Malay style of Char Kuey Teow. This stall is operated by a Chinese family and has been a favourite for all Malaysians over the years! This flavourful Char Kuey Teow is served on a layer of banana leaf and full of ingredients! Complete your meals with pickled jalapeño.

📍 Aunti Ekonomi Meehun Goreng

Taman Tun Sardon, 11700 Gelugor, Penang

📝 Pork Free (Halal Ingredients Certified)

4. Radzidah Hokkien Mee

This humble stall without any signboard has been operating since 2001 and they’re very famous among locals! We really love their Char Hor Fun and Hokkien Mee as they are really tasty! As you get near to the stall, you will smell the Hokkien Mee broth that is cooked and simmered in the giant pot. This stall is always packeespeciallyly during the weekends.

📍 Radzidah Hokkien Mee

Jalan Rumbia, 11900 Bayan Lepas Pulau Pinang (Next to Complex Bukit Jambul & Behind Petron Bukit Jambul)

🕑 4.30 PM – 11 PM, Closed On Wednesday

📞 017-577 7089

📝 Halal Certified

5. Bee Hwa Cafe

Bee Hwa Cafe is a traditional Hainanese Kopitiam in Lebuh Dickens. Wanting to try Penang’s authentic Char Koay Teow but afraid that it contains pork like other famous Char Koay Teow? Fret no more cause Bee Hwa caters everybody as they’re using halal ingredients and are completely street food worthy. Bee Hwa Cafe is located opposite the Police station.

📍 Bee Hwa Cafe

10, Lebuh Dickens, George Town, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang

🕑 Monday – Friday: 7 AM – 5 PM, Saturday: 7 AM – 3 PM, closed on Sundays

📞 04-263 6092

📝 Pork Free (Halal Ingredients Certified)

6. Kungfu Kitchen

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Nestled in Jalan Anson, Kungfu Kitchen has become one of the favourite spots for Malaysians to enjoy Halal Chinese cuisine. The chef is originated from China which becomes the key to the great and authentic taste of the Chinese food at Kungfu Kitchen. The must-try dish at Kungfu Kitchen is their tasty Hometown Beef Noodles. The clear soup combined with the spicy chilli and super tender beef will surely satisfy your taste buds!

📍 Kungfu Kitchen

55, Jalan Anson, George Town, 10400 George Town, Pulau Pinang

🕑 11 AM –3 PM, 6 PM – 11 PM, Closed On Monday

📞 04-226 0868

📝 Halal Certified

7. Stall 32 @ Market Bukit Gedung

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For a morning person, here is another spot that you can hunt for luscious Halal Chinese food in Penang! This stall nestled in the food court behind Bukit Gedung wet market. This food court also a famous spot among the locals to have their breakfasts. This family-run business has been selling Halal Hokkien Mee and Kuey Teow Th’ng for years!

📍 Stall 32, Astaka Lama Bukit Gedung

Bandar Bayan Bam, 160, Persiaran Mayang Pasir, Taman Gedung Heights, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang

📝 Halal Certified

8. KOTA Dine & Coffee, When Francis Meets Rempah

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For our Instagrammer foodie, here is the place for you! Not just delicate Peranakan dishes, you can also find the insta-worthy spot at the same time! We would like to suggest you try their Jumbo Platter so that you can try almost every signature food of Kota Dine & Coffee. Jumbo Platter comes with varieties of food such as Tumeric Chicken, Tandoori Chicken, Samosas and also Kerabu Mangga.

📍KOTA Dine & Coffee, When Francis Meets Rempah

Jalan Tun Syed Sheh Barakbah, George Town, Pulau Pinang

🕑 10.30 AM – 10 PM

📞 04-371 4929

📝 Halal Certified

9. Muhamad Loh Restaurant

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The taste of the food at Muhamad Loh Restaurant shouldn’t be doubted as this restaurant used to be featured in Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan. This restaurant also received great reviews from their customers and most of them really adore their Butter Prawn, Hong Kong Grouper, and also Crab with special sauce.

📍Muhamad Loh Restaurant

7-G, Jalan Dagangan, 13200 Kepala Batas, Pulau Pinang

🕑 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 12 PM – 2.30 PM, 5.30 PM – 10.30 PM, Friday: 5 PM – 11 PM, Saturday – Sunday: 12 PM – 3 PM, 5 PM – 11 PM, closed on Wednesdays

📞 04-577 0005

📝 Halal Certified

10. Anna’s Chinese Muslim Kitchen

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If you craving for Halal Dim Sum, Anna’s Chinese Muslim Kitchen is the right place for you to hunt. Start from breakfast to early dinner, they are here to satisfy your craving. There is a lot of Dim Sum options for you to choose from! And don’t forget to dip your Dim Sum in their special sweet sauce. It’s so tantalising that you surely can’t resist another bite.

📍 Anna’s Chinese Muslim Kitchen

Jalan Todak 4, 13700 Perai, Pulau Pinang

🕑 7 AM – 7 PM, closed on Sundays

📞 013-617 3624

📝 Halal Certified

Pay A Visit Soon

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So foodies, which one are you looking forward to visiting soon? Don’t wait any longer! Doubt no more and get your craving fixed! Bring along your family and friends to enjoy this goodness together! And do share with us your favourite eateries for Halal Chinese Cuisine in Penang.

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