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The 10 Best Halal Restaurants in Hong Kong – Ranked and Reviewed by Our Foodies

In our team, we have friends in tow who stick to halal diets, and really – we’re not about to let them miss out on the best whenever we do our company dinners or get-togethers! 

With big appetites, we set out on a quest to find the best halal restaurants that Hong Kong has to offer. From bustling city restos to cozy hole-in-the-wall eateries, we have various options for you. Check it out! 

Islamic Centre Canteen

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Address: 5/F, Masjid Ammar and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2834 8211

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Islamic Centre Canteen is a fantastic hub for halal cuisine and is a staple for most locals already. It’s a mix of Hong Kong, Malaysian, and Indonesian flavors all in one place.

It’s popular among Malaysian families for two good reasons: it’s pocket-friendly and serves up flavors that remind them of home. The cooks here just don’t hold back with the strong spices and flavorful sauces!

The Nasi Goreng is a highlight, packed with authentic spices that give it that Malaysian street food vibe. Plus, they have an interesting twist with their halal dim sum! 

Pro-tip: Arrive early! For the best array of dim sum options, aim to visit before 2:30 PM. 

Wai Kee

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Address: 23 Bowrington Rd, Bowrington, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2574 1131

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Looking for a taste of halal roast meat in Hong Kong? Wai Kee is where it’s at! This spot is famous for its lip-smacking roast duck and is a must-try. 

The dish here is tender, with flavorful slices that just melt in your mouth. It’s the go-to place for meat lovers exploring the halal food scene in Hong Kong. Make sure you opt for the roast duck served with rice or noodles – it’s a crowd-pleaser for a reason!

But hey, that’s not all! Their mutton curry is another star on the menu that deserves your attention. It’s tender, flavorful, and simmered in a delicious coconut gravy. 

Warung Malang 


Address: 9 Pennington St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2915 7859

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

This halal hotspot offers a mix of Indonesian zest and Hong Kong delights. But it’s the Indonesian meals that really steal the show here. 

Think sizzling satay, soul-warming soups like soto and rawon, and an array of snacks and colorful desserts that’ll complete your halal checklist. If you’re unsure what to pick, chat with the friendly Warung Malang team – they’ll guide you to the halal dishes on the menu!

And if you’re a stickler for Indonesian cuisine, you can’t get more authentic than this spot. They don’t tone down the flavors and spices, which is the signature of most staple Indonesian food (the Kari Ayam and Telor Balado here are superb!). 

Islam Food

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Address: Shun King Building, 33-35 Tak Ku Ling Rd, Kowloon City, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2382 1882

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM

Steeped in history since the 1950s, Islam Food is a local favorite, bagging multiple prestigious food awards. But here’s the kicker: while it might seem like your typical halal Chinese joint at first glance, it’s the hidden treasures on their menu that steal the show.

Don’t overlook their prized dish, the succulent xiao long bao. These delicate steamed dumplings are an absolute must-try at Islam Food, which is what made this place famous in the first place. 

Not to mention their fan-favorite cold-cut platter (perfect for groups – you wouldn’t want to finish this alone!). This includes spicy beef shank, tripe, tendon, chicken, and your choice of jellyfish or ox-tongue. Pretty adventurous, right?

Tahitian Terrace


Address: Adventureland, Hong Kong Disneyland Park, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM

Picture this: lush green areas, chill spots outdoors – that’s Tahitian Terrace at Hong Kong Disneyland. It’s this cool place with a laid-back island vibe and loads of yummy food that’s all halal-certified.

So, here’s the surprise – despite the name, it’s not just about Polynesian stuff. They have a mix of Indian, Singaporean, Thai, and Malaysian food all in one spot.

You have these combo dishes to dive into, including tandoori chicken, lemongrass chicken steak, chicken satay, laksa rice noodle soup, green curry, or roast chicken with tomato sauce. 

Take note, menu items at Tahitian Terrace can change unexpectedly. So, if you’re aiming for the halal options, double-check on their website before you go there!

Old Town White Coffee

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Address: Food Court near Gate 40-80, Departures Level 6, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport 

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:30 PM – 11:00 PM

So, here’s the deal: Old Town rocks with some legit South East Asian chow. They have everything from simple toast to awesome bowl noodle dishes like Ipoh chicken hor fun, curry noodles, Javanese noodles, and prawn noodles.

Then, grab a taste of their special halal-friendly coffee made with white coffee beans for that creamy, smooth flavor. Whether you like it hot, cold, or blended, there’s the same yummy goodness in every cup.

Aladin Mess

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Address: 2nd Floor, 60 Russell St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2808 0250

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:45 AM – 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

Aladin Mess is where you get this awesome mix of Pakistani, Indian, and Arabian foods – all halal, of course! After all, they pride themselves on being the best Indian-certified halal food in Hong Kong.

They got the good stuff – biryanis, curries, kebabs, and whatnot. Families love it because it’s this chill spot with all sorts of tasty halal dishes from different cultures. 

Don’t overlook Aladin Mess’s extensive array of vegetarian and vegan options! They have a variety that’s perfect for those with dietary preferences or restrictions, so be sure to check them out while you’re there.

Bijas Vegetarian Restaurant


Address: G/F, Run Run Shaw Tower, Central Podium, Centennial Campus, University of Hong Kong 

Contact Details: +852 2964 9011

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

We can’t complete the list without mentioning Bijas Vegetarian Restaurant. 

It’s this cool halal-certified joint inside the University of Hong Kong. Perfect for students, it’s not your usual veggie place – they have a pay-by-weight buffet approach, which is awesome for those wanting variety without breaking the bank.

Their menu’s all about fresh plant-based dishes, but here’s the twist – they make these veggie dishes taste like meat! Oh, and their soy milk? Top-notch!

Koh-I-Noor Indian Restaurant


Address: 1/F, Peninsula Apartments, Unit 3-4, 16C Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Contact Details: +852 2368 3065

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:15 AM – 10:30 PM

Finding the entrance to Kashmir Curry House was a bit of an adventure, as it’s tucked away behind a Chinese Medicine shop. Once inside, we were greeted by the warm and inviting aroma of authentic Indian spices that instantly made us feel at home.

Our team couldn’t stop raving about the butter chicken—it was hands down the best we’ve ever had in Hong Kong. The garlic naan, soft and perfectly seasoned, was the ideal match for the rich and flavorful curry.

The staff here are incredibly friendly and attentive. They even took the time to chat with us when it wasn’t too busy – thanks to this, we got a recommendation to try their awesome mango lassi. 


Address: Near Mtr exit B, 22-46 Finnie St, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong 

Contact Details: +852 5546 6477

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

We decided to try Mecca’s burgers and lamb pizzas, and let me tell you, it was a feast to remember. The portions were massive, and despite the generous servings, the prices were unbelievably reasonable. 

The crispy chicken double burger stole the show for me, though I wished it had a bit more kick. But hey, just ask, and they’ll actually spice it up for you!

One thing that stood out to us was the services  – we often order in advance, and without fail, our orders are packed neatly. And sometimes, they even surprise us with extra soft drinks, which is always a nice touch.

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