Where to find halal food in Bangkok? I must admit that it is quite challenging to find halal thai food in Bangkok because even on the internet, you can’t find much. Having been to Bangkok so many times, I manage to spot some halal food around especially around Pratunam, MBK and Sukhumvit. I recently received many request from followers asking me where to find halal food. And so, I took up the challenge and came up with this Bangkok Halal Food Guide – 20 Must Try.
I usually don’t do up a guide without personally trying but I’m making an exception for this. I searched high and low around the internet to find the really good halal food places and here you have it, according to the different areas of Bangkok. The places below have majority good reviews and those that have many negative reviews have already been omitted.
You can do your part to help the Muslim community to find halal food in Bangkok. If you have tried the following places before or tried good ones before, tag them with #bkkhalalfood on Instagram. 🙂
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) launches App for Muslim visitors!
The App, available in both iOS and Android is both an online and offline guidebook that will help Muslim visitors find mosques, halal restaurants and hotels, shopping centres with prayer rooms, and other facilities of cultural importance to Muslim travellers. – See more
The popular halal Tom Yum in Pratunam. The taste of this Tom Yam is authentic with very generous amount of mushrooms and prawns. The stall is located outside Citin Pratunam and it starts from 7pm till late. More…
Maedah Restaurant is considered one of the most established halal restaurant in Pratunam. They are actually located in between Baiyoke Tower and Baiyoke Sky, outside Indra Square. For the exact location, please refer to the map below. Some of their recommended items include Fried Rice, Papaya Salad (Som Tam) and Lime Drink.
Al-Sana Restaurant probably one of the oldest halal restaurant in Pratunam. They are located beside Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Some of their recommended items include Mutton Briyani, Nasi Goreng, Dhal curry, Chappti and Mutton Curry
Darul Aman Mosque is a famous mosque in Bangkok. Being located at Phetchaburi Soi 7 also means that you can easily find halal food here and it is also quoted as one of the best place to experience halal street food like the locals. This place comes alive from 6pm to 10pm.
Address: Phetchaburi Soi 7 [Map]
Opening Hours: 6pm – 10pm
#6 Farida Fatonee
Cuisine: Thai Muslim
Located close to Darul Aman Mosque is Farida Fatonee Restaurant. A simple and humble small restaurant serving good Thai Muslim food. The boss here speaks Thai and Malay. Some of their recommended items include Curry Chicken, Kambing Goreng and Fried Ox Tongue.
One of the latest to join in the halal food scene here is Phayathai Kitchen. What I like here is the modern deco which is quite a drawing point for me. Some of their recommended items include Tom Yum Noodle Soup. They are located opposite the famous Pee Aor Tom Yum Goong Noodles.
zamzam cafe is modern small little cafe specialising in desserts and thai western food. Some of their recommended items include Thai Tea Ice Cream, Fried Banana and Crepe Cake. They only open from 4:30pm, so do take note!
Cuisine: Thai Muslim / International Yana Restaurant is strategically located at MBK, on the fifth floor. Food reviews here are generally on the positive side, so you can just order whatever you feel like eating. Dining here is just simply comfortable and you can proceed for more shopping after your meal.
There are 2 food courts in MBK and the one which has halal food available is at The Fifth Food Avenue, on the fifth floor. There are 4 stalls offering halal food and one of the most recommended is Indonesian food from Jimbaran Bali. You can also have a Free Thai Milk Tea when you show your passport at the food court.
Sophia Restaurant is not exactly convenient to go but you have to take a taxi here and many say that it’s worth the ride here. Sophia Restaurant is also very popular for weddings and events, so it’s better to give them a call before heading down.
Sinthorn Steak House is the largest muslim restaurant in Bangkok and they have 2 sections. The indoor section opens from 11am and serves ala-carte international items. The outdoor section seems to be more popular and they serve halal Mookata buffet at about 200 baht per pax from 6pm.
At Ramkhamhaeng Soi 24, in front of Rajamangla National Stadium, you can find another halal street food which starts from about 6pm. Map
#15 Deen Halal Thai Restaurant
Cuisine: Thai Muslim
A small restaurant situated next to Silom Soi 15 serving up delicious Thai Muslim food! It’s also accessible via BTS Chong Nonsi. Some of their recommended dishes include Tom Yum, Masaman Chicken Curry and Chicken Fried Rice.
Nadimos is known as the best Lebanese Restaurant in Bangkok, serving very good Lebanese food. If you want to try a different cuisine which is not easily found in this part of the world, time to head over to Silom Soi 19, Sukhumvit Soi 24 or the latest branch at Amari Watergate Pratunam for some good lebanese food by Nadimos.
Usman is a popular halal thai food eatery in Sukhumvit Soi 22, next to Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel. Some of their recommended dishes include Tom Yum, Green Curry, Curry Crab and Fried Rice. The boss here is also able to converse in Malay. And one last thing, they have WIFI here!
Address: 259/9 Thanon Sukhumvit Soi 22, Watthana, Bangkok City 10110 [Map]
Contact: +66 2 258 1135
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Closed on Friday) Facebook
#18 Al-Hussain Restaurant
Cuisine: Middle Eastern / Indian
Al-Hussain Restaurant is located at Sukhumvit Soi 3, at Nana area. This area is also known as Soi Arab where there are many middle eastern restaurants which are halal. Al-Hussain easily stands out from the rest. Some of the recommended items include Naan, Lamb Curry and Mutton Briyani.
It’s not very easy to find Indonesian Food in Bangkok but Rasa Khas which opened in 2013 have managed to make a name for themselves with delicious authentic Indonesian food. Some of the recommended items include Sate Ayam (Chicken Satay), Ayam Bumbu Bali (Grilled Chicken), Nasi Ayam Pandang (Chicken Yellow Curry) and Nasi Pecel Lele (Fried Cat Fish). WIFI is available here too.
Yusup Pochana is known as one of the best halal thai food in Bangkok. Some of the recommended items include Fish Roti, Briyani, Curry Noodles, Beef Soup, Chicken Yellow Curry. Easiest way to come here is via taxi. The nearest BTS is Mo Chit but you still have to transfer to a taxi. My suggestion is to call the restaurant and get them to guide the taxi driver.
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