Best Halal Buffets in Klang Valley

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Whoever came up with the idea of buffets is a genius. Mad genius. I mean, the concept of paying a fixed price and just having everything you can possibly eat in one go is a win-win situation for both the restaurant & us, the customers. Restaurants get more customers & customers get to save money. This is especially true for Malaysians, since we are so well-known for our eating pastime. So all-you-can-eat buffet was definitely a message sent from heaven when it first arrived here (aside from mamak stalls of course). So here, we have compiled a list of best halal buffet in town. Note the word ‘halal’ there, people (it means there will be no swine-y business here)

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    Restoran RebungHalal a81b201f94b2180a29928950eefa06850871fc85c2ba8fcb39753bdbcdfb49cfCertified
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    Rebung offers authentic Malay cuisine in its buffet, so no sort of thing like ham or cute little croissants here. Instead you will get to have some fiery asam pedas and nasi kerabu. Co-owned by renowned chef, Chef Ismail and Malaysia’s first astronaut, Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar, Rebung was bound to be a sure-fire hit when it first opened. Years onward, the restaurant is still flourishing and blooming in its own, collecting a pool of new fans in Bangsar and out of it alike. The main buffet line will always be the obligatory white rice and nasi hujan panas, followed by the compulsory pucuk paku and crispy, freshly made beans. Of course, since Chef Ismail hails from good ‘ol Rembau, masak lemak is a definite must-try in the list. The side dishes were as equally enticing. But if you’re feeling full from your previous meal, then there’s always the rojak buah, sago gula Melaka and banana fritters to keep your mouth busy. Otherwise, make sure your stomach is empty before coming here. The buffet here can be described as traditional, fresh and very homely. There was a table of Nogori people when I went there before, so if they love it, what’s the possibility that you won’t love it?

    Tips

    There is very limited parking space here which is the downside, so be prepared to park on the side of the road & watch out for the po-po patrols.

    Things to expect

    Since the owner is a true blue Negeri Sembilan boy, expect lots and lots of masak lemak and tempoyak in the buffet.

    Best with

    Their Janda Pulang drink which is actually coconut drink mixed in with rose syrup.

    Price

    RM30.00 to RM60.00

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    Restoran Rebung View restaurant

    5-2, Aras 5, Parkir Bertingkat Bukit Aman, No. 1, Jalan Tanglin, Taman Botani Perdana, 50480, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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    0322832119

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    08:00AM—10:00PM
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    The Khan Mongolian Restaurant Halal Buffet BBQ SteamboatHalal a81b201f94b2180a29928950eefa06850871fc85c2ba8fcb39753bdbcdfb49cfCertified
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    The name may be long and hard to remember, but they are a pretty huge establishment that offers a wide variety of steamboat goodies. From seafood items such as fish, crabs, prawns, clams, squid, jellyfish and many more, The Khan Mongolian Restaurant surely is a place for all seafood lovers. Additionally, they also offer a good selection of marinated meat, frozen products and vegetables. To compliment, 4 types of broths are available; chicken, spicy, super spicy and tom yam. Last but not least, an array of simple desserts and fruits are also offered.

    Tips

    Reservations available. Credit cards accepted.

    Things to expect

    A spacious place with a good variety of ingredients.

    Best with

    Drinks provided.

    Price

    RM20.00 to RM40.00

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    The Khan Mongolian Restaurant Halal Buffet BBQ Steamboat View restaurant

    1-36-PV 128, Off Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak, 53300, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan
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    0341418566

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    05:00PM—12:00PM
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    The Ganga Cafe is a humble cafe that offers authentic Indian cuisine at an incredibly affordable price. Some of their signature dishes includes the Chana Bhatura (a form of chapati), Aloo Tikki (potato cake), Pav Bhaji Set (burger), and Ayurvedic Chapati. More importantly, the buffet is only available every Sunday during lunch, where plenty of what they have on their a la carte menu will be available. Oh, it's also really cheap costing only RM19.90 per pax. So remember to come hungry and swoop as much as you can! Lovely food at an affordable price, because why not?

    Tips

    Available only on Sundays.

    Things to expect

    A simple and humble place.

    Best with

    Lassi or Fresh Juices.

    Price

    RM19.90

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    The Ganga Cafe View restaurant

    19, Lorong Kurau, Bangsar, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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    0322842119

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    08:30AM—09:30PM
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