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10 Best Muslim Friendly Korean Restaurants In The Klang Valley

**Note: List will be updated periodically (last updated on July 24, 2018)**

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Korean cuisine is more popular than ever especially among the Malay community living in the Klang Valley. With many Halal/Muslim friendly Korean restaurants mushrooming around Kuala Lumpur area, it can be quite difficult to find the ones that’s worth your hard earned money.

To ease your burden, we have listed down 10 Muslim Friendly Korean Restaurant In The Klang Valley.

1) K-Fry @ IOI City Mall, Putrajaya / 1 Utama, Petaling Jaya

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K-Fry in IOI City Mall is always packed with Korean food lovers so be prepared to wait in line. Most of them come here for their Signature Cheesy Chicken Bumbuk, which is the fried chicken cheese wrap, as this dish is what made them popular in the first place.

Address: G26, IOI City Mall, IOI Resort, 62502 Putrajaya, Selangor | LG 221A 1 Utama Shopping Center, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya
Operating Hours: 11.30AM – 11.00PM

2) Medini’s Barbecue Restaurant @ Ampang, KL

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For those who’d like to dine without worry, Medini’s is strongly recommended as they are Halal certified. While they are widely known as a Halal Korean style BBQ restaurant, they also offer Korean Sauna (Korean Steamboat) for RM19.90 per pax.

Address: 1, Jalan Lingkaran Tengah 2, 54200 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor
Operating Hours: 12.00PM – 11.00PM

3) Mr Dakgalbi @ Multiple Locations

Mr Dakgalbi prides itself on its dakgalbi as one of its top dishes, which is essentially spicy stir-fried chicken, vegetables and rice cake mixed together in spicy sauce. If you’re a cheese lover, you should try their cheese ring dakgalbi, which is one of their best seller.

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4) Sweetree @ Ampang, KL

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Sweetree is another Halal-certified Korean restaurant in Ampang which offers a wide variety of Korean dishes. People come here mainly for their Korean BBQ which is undoubtedly delicious! However, don’t leave without trying their super sweet Korean Fried Chicken.

Address: Jalan Ampang Putra, Taman Putra Sulaiman, 68000 Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 11.00AM – 12.00AM

5) MyeongDong Topokki @ Multiple Locations

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If you love Korean street food, MyeongDong Topokki should be on your “to try” list. As the name suggests, MyeongDong Topokki is the MUST-TRY item here. The Topokki here is one of the best in the Klang Valley with a good soft and chewy texture. If can handle spicy food, make sure you try their Super Spicy Topokki, it’s definitely worth the RM6.90 price tag.

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6) KyoChon 1991 @ Multiple Locations

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You don’t have to be a Korean food lover to know this restaurant. KyoChon is a multiple award-winning Korean eatery that specializes in Korean fried chicken. This restaurant is widely loved among among all Korean fried chicken lovers due to their delicious Korean fried chicken and addictive sauce.

Address: Click here to see full locations.

7) BBQ Chicken @ Multiple Locations

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BBQ Chicken is another Korean fried chicken chain in this list but this one emphasises on quality. Infact, BBQ Chicken stands for “Best of the Best Quality”, so diner do expect quality fried chicken here.

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8) EID Korean Restaurant @ Bangi

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Helmed by a Korean-Muslim, EID Korean Restaurant originated from Itaewon, Korea. A stone throw away from Bangi Golf Club, this is a popular spot for Korean food lovers living in Bangi. EID Korean Restaurant is also frequented by many Korean Muslim expats living in the Klang Valley.

Address: 8-19-01, Ground Floor, Jalan Medan Pusat Bandar 7A, Bangi Central, 43650 Bangi, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11.00AM – 10.00PM

9) Gangnam Station Restaurant @ Shah Alam

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When people talk about Korean food in Shah Alam, they often think of Gangnam station. People come here to sample various individual rice and noodle dishes. One of the most popular dish here is Bulgogi, also known as stew daging lembu which is worth a try.

Address: G.45, Blok 5, Laman Seri Business Park, Persiaran Sukan, Seksyen 13, 40100, Shah Alam, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11.30AM – 10.30PM

10) K Street @ SS15, Subang Jaya

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If you live around Subang Jaya, chances are you’ve been to this popular Korean restaurant. K Street serves a wide variety of individual Korean dishes – Bibimbap, Lunch Box, Rapokki, Ramyun, Korean Noodles and more. Prices could go as low as RM16.50 which is affordable for a Korean restaurant

Address: No. 28, Jalan SS15/8, Subang Jaya, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11.00AM – 11.00PM

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