Petaling Jaya, Selangor
|NR We think this place has closed down. We went there by taxi but couldn't see the restaurant. Instead, we saw an Indian restaurant there. As my palate crave for vietnamese food, had towalk around to find another halal joint!|
|★★★ Just came back from HCMC. We have late breakfast here around 10.30am. Vietnamese beef noodles not really good but western food not bad.|
|★★★★ My trip to HCM on 25.12.2009, had lunch at this place. The food is nice and the price is quite reasonable. However, some of the staff appears to have problem understanding Malay.|
|★★★★★ Nasi Lemak is very delicious. I think it is the best restaurant. |
|★★★★★ The food is good! Especially like the Vietnamese Fish Soup that we ordered...something different!|
Cheras (Selangor), Selangor
|★★★★ Restaurant was advertised through Malaysian TV3 "Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan" show. Saw the plaque displayed on the wall near the cashier. Variety of Malaysian food available. We tried the fried rice, hainan chicken rice and curry laksa. They are all delicious and comparable to the ones available in Malaysia.|
|★★★★ This was the first restaurant we visited during our trip to HCM.|
The waiter is friendly. The restaurant is quite big. We order a variety of Fried Rice. The food is good but I think is quite pricey compare to where I came from but since it was our first restaurant, we accepted it.
|★★★★ Just came back from HCMC. We enjoyed the food at Four Seasons. Suitable for Singaporean Malays and Malaysians as there are lots of familiar food on the menu like Nasi Lemak and Briyani. The place may not be five star but the food make -up for it. You can try the local Vietnamese Meat Noodle Soup here and it is Halal. Highly recommended.|
|★★★★ The food here is really good. There is a variety to choose from and are delicious. Dine here a few times in the three days I was in HCMC. The place is located not far away from Ben Thanh Market. Major taxi companies - Mai Linh (white with a variety of markings in green, brown and white), Vinataxi (Yellow), Vinasun (White) or Savico (Blue). Avoid "Taxi Meter" and off brand taxis.|
Kianggeh, Brunei Darussalam
|★★★★ Staying in Ho Sen Hotel which is located just a few steps away from this restaurant was reason enough to repeatedly dine here. Though it was a little bit more expensive, it was well worth the price. As the restaurant was stuffy, the situation was made worse with restaurant staff smoking openly even when wiping the plates in the dining area.|
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
|★★★★ The food is good and surprisingly authentic. The ambience is nice and warm, and the service friendly and helpful. They also deliver food to hotels.|
The menu is so extensive, I found it difficult to decide what to eat! On-average, the items are pricier than other non-halal restaurants, but I was informed that halal ingredients cost more in Saigon, hence the slight premium in prices. The owner is a Champa Muslim whose late husband was a Malay Muslim. She now runs the restaurant with her family. She is a valuable source of information for tourists and especially first-time visitors - we found her recommendations e.g. on tailoring and cloth shops etc. very useful. She also speaks fluent Malay.
The shop is a stone-throw away from the Indian Muslim mosque, so performing your prayers will not be a problem. It is also very close to Saigon's main shopping areas. The closest major hotel is Sheraton Saigon (about 4 minutes walk away).