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11 Best Places to Eat Halal Food in Bangkok

11 Best Places to Eat Halal Food in Bangkok

Looking for halal food? Well, we’ve got great news! In this list, we’ve done the legwork and found the following halal eateries that will save you the trouble of scouring every nook and cranny in Bangkok!

Whether you’re a local or a tourist exploring Bangkok’s vibrant food scene, our selection won’t leave you wanting delicious and varied options!

Jirakaan Restaurant

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Address: 76 Sukhumvit 51 Alley, Klongton Nue, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 11 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 82 615 5664


Prices: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

Jirakaan Restaurant is the go-to place for traditional Thai Rattanakosin dishes which was popular during the time of King Rama V. Plus, it’s halal-certified which makes it one of the best places to go for halal food in Bangkok.

This restaurant is also among the trendiest and most romantic venues in the city. It has a chic interior with an indoor tree in the middle of the dining area dotted with numerous light bulbs.

That makes it ideal for date nights with your boo. Aside from classic Rattanakosin cuisine, Jirakaan Restaurant serves a wide selection of appetizers, desserts, vegetarian, curry, stir-fried, steamed, egg, and buffet dishes.

Ninut Homemade Restaurant (ขนมจีนน้ำเงี้ยวนินัท)

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Address: 22 Motorway 7 Alley, Lane 2-1, Thap Chang, Saphan Sung, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Operating Hours: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 86 627 9178


Prices: ฿

Our Muslim Thai friend says this is the best place for homemade halal food in Bangkok. This small restaurant specializes in authentic Thai-Muslim food from Chiang Rai like beef khao soi, chicken khao soi, beef nam prik, and khanom jeen nam ngiao.

Ninut Homemade Restaurant’s khanom jeen nam ngiao, in particular, is a top pick. It’s a fresh rice noodle dish that’s stewed with plenty of vegetables.  

It’s important to note that khanom jeen nam ngiao is well-loved by Chiang Rai locals, so going to this restaurant is a great opportunity to sample this classic dish. We recommend you book ahead if you’re planning to go on weekends. 

Fat Lamb BKK

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Address: 15 ซอย Seri 5 Alley, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Friday)
  • 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Weekends)

Contact Number: +66 61 418 4545


Prices: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

This halal restaurant is a fan favorite among the lamb fanatics on our team. It’s a grill and steak spot that serves a good selection of Mediterranean and American cuisine consisting of dishes like hummus, grilled lamb ribs, Chicago-style pizza, and more.

Though its menu is extensive, Fat Lamb BKK is more famous for its exquisite lamb dishes. This includes sous vide lamb shank, smoked lamb rack, hummus with lamb kavurma, spicy lamb kebab, braised lamb shoulder, lamb burger with fries, etc.

These are made using imported Australian lamb meat which is 100% halal-certified. And that means you’ll satisfy your palate without having to go beyond your dietary restrictions. 

Usman Thai Muslim

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Address: 259/9 Sukhumvit Alley 22, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 10 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 94 209 8009


Prices: ฿฿ –  ฿฿฿

If you’re looking for good Thai-Muslim halal food in Bangkok, go to Usman Thai Muslim. This restaurant has a massive menu, so expect to find many classic Thai dishes like tom yum goong, tod mun goong, massaman curry, and mango sticky rice.

That makes it great for tourists who like having a wide range of options. Usman Thai Muslim also offers for six to twenty people which is nice if you’re having trouble choosing from their extensive menu.

It’s also perfect for family gatherings and hangouts with a small group of friends. Just remember to book ahead to save your seat especially if you plan to go on weekends where the place is packed to the brim more often than not. 

Al Saray

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Operating Hours: 

  • (Bua Silom) 11:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. (Daily)
  • (Soonvijai) 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: 

  • (Bua Silom) +66 2 234 4988
  • (Soonvijai) +66 2 319 4388


Prices: ฿฿

For the cultured, Al Saray offers the quintessential romantic dining experience among the numerous halal food places in Bangkok. It has an elegant interior adorned with lanterns that make it feel like you’re in a fancy dining hall.

This place is well-known for its sizable selection of classic Lebanese and Indian cuisine. Think kabab kashkash, falafel, meat sambousek, cheese sambousek, arayes, Indian moussaka, muhammara, biryani, baba ganoush, palak paner, and many more.

Al Saray attracts mixed crowds for good reason — its rich and extensive menu means you’ll most likely find something to your liking. In case you’re wondering, know this halal-certified eatery offers Lebanese-Indian cuisine. 

Aladin Sushi & Cafe

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Address: Pracha Uthit Road, Samsen Nok, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Weekdays)
  • 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. (Weekends)

Contact Number: +66 2 274 3808


Prices: ฿ – ฿฿

If you love sushi but can only eat halal food, there’s Aladin Sushi & Cafe. This sushi bar and cafe is halal-certified which is why you won’t see any alcoholic beverages on their menu.

They only serve seafood, beef, chicken, and vegetable dishes. Their sushi bento items, in particular, are solid choices since they offer numerous sushi, chicken katsu, grilled fish, and tempura items at a great price point.

And you can’t miss out on their Japanese shabu shabu menu which gives you the choice between three set options: seafood, beef, or chicken.

Asma Kitchen Som Tum Yum Sap Soi

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Address: 70, 6 Phetchaburi Road, Thung Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Operating Hours: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. (Monday – Saturday)

Contact Number: +66 65 710 0518

Prices: ฿

Asma Kitchen is a hidden gem that serves bang-for-your-buck halal food in Bangkok. It’s a tucked-away restaurant with a cramped indoor dining area, but they also have wooden tables and chairs outside under a makeshift tent roofing.

This place’s specialty is local dishes cooked in Thai or Laotian style. That makes it ideal if you like to experience the differences between these two Southeast Asian cuisines.

Asma Kitchen’s most notable offerings are their numerous som tum platters. These are traditional Thai-Muslim papaya salads that may be served with fresh shrimp, blue crab, oysters, cockles, corn, salted eggs, grilled chicken, or grilled beef. 

Busaba Halal

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Address: 151, 4 Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Road, Thanon Nakhon Chai Si, Dusit District, Bangkok 10300, Thailand

Operating Hours: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 96 039 6809


Prices: ฿

Busaba Halal is arguably the best lunch spot that serves affordable halal food in Bangkok. Its lunch box sets, in particular, give you the best value for your money because of the variety you get for only 110 to 130 baht.

A lunch box set consists of a selection of main dishes with some snacks on the side. The cheapest set includes roasted duck, grilled chicken, roasted duck noodles, or dried fishball noodles served on rice with khanom jeen, shrimp dumplings, or spring rolls.

The pricier sets offer the same choices of snacks and main dishes but they come with fried rice, basil rice, or add-ons like kale and oyster sauce. Aside from the lunch box sets, they also offer numerous duck, seafood, and chicken-based a la carte dishes.

Sinthorn Steak House

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Address: 263 1 Srinagarindra Road, Hua Mak, Bang Kapi District, Bangkok 10240, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Monday – Thursday)
  • 10 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. (Friday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 2 377 7322


Prices: ฿฿

If you’re a meat lover looking for excellent halal food, you can’t go wrong with Sinthorn Steak House. This spacious restaurant is popular, so expect to see its indoor and alfresco dining areas packed during the dinner rush hours.

It specializes in Thai-Chinese cuisine so the menu consists mostly of classic dishes like green curry, red curry, tom yum goong, tom kha gai, tom yum noodles, and oxtail soup. These are made with grilled chicken, grilled beef, fish, or shrimp.

Sinthorn Steak House’s extensive menu also has numerous stir-fry dishes. Think seafood stir-fry, vegetable stir-fry, stir-fried noodles, beef fried rice, pineapple fried rice, chicken fried rice, shrimp fried rice, beef stir-fry, chicken stir-fry, and more.

Aya Japanese Halal Restaurant

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Address: 686, A10 Phatanakarn 38, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Operating Hours: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 91 737 0537


Prices: ฿฿

Aya is a fan-favorite halal food place in Bangkok that serves numerous Japanese cuisine staples. This includes donburi bowls, Japanese curry, sushi, sashimi rolls, sashimi bowls, udon, Japanese pasta, and ramen. 

These can be ordered a la carte, but we recommend getting their duo or family sets for the best value. Aya also has special set offers for certain spicy dishes, ramen, Japanese curries, and donburi bowls.

We enjoyed the ramen here, so they’re good options to try. They make the ramen noodles fresh and in-house which is the key to its springy and firm texture.

Al-Hussain Restaurant

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Address: Soi Sukhumvit 3/1, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 2 252 0240


Prices: ฿฿

This Bangladeshi restaurant has been serving halal food in Bangkok since 1996, so it’s one of the more reputable places in the city. It has an unusually massive menu, so expect to see a great selection of Bengali, Thai, and Italian dishes.

Despite the variety, this restaurant is more popular for its beef and chicken shawarma. These are packed with a juicy filling that comes with special tzatziki sauce.

The mutton masala and biryani are also fan favorites among the customers who frequent this establishment. These are the best-sellers that keep their regulars coming for more.

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