Top 4 Chinese Muslims Restaurants You Should Try in Klang Valley

Have you ever tried Chinese Muslims cuisine before? If you have yet to try, grab your buddies now and go for one of these four Chinese Muslims restaurants.
1. HJ Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant
Based on their name, you know that the signature food of Hj Sharin Low is seafood! Since 2009, Hj Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant has expanded their business to the entire Klang Valley as well as Malacca. If you are going to their main branch at Bukit Antarabangsa, remember to make reservation beforehand to avoid disappointment.

Must try: Salted egg crab, Hong Kong steamed fish

Address: Check out the full list of branches on their Facebook page
Facebook: Hj Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant

2. Country Kitchen, TTDI
A family restaurant located at TTDI, the owner/chef offers wide variety of dishes to their valuable diners. It is recommendable to order “small” on the menu because the food portion is rather big. Diners claimed that it has great ambiance and suitable for family dining.

Must try: Dry butter prawns, Fried crispy beef

Address: No. 32, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, TTDI, Kuala Lumpur
Facebook: Country Kitchen

3. Dong Yi Shun, Kelana Jaya
A well-known Chinese Muslims franchise from Northen China, Dong Yi Shun serves Cantonese Chinese fare. One of their famous dishes here is the hand-pulled noodle. This noodle, in Mandarin called La Mian, is made to order. Hence, it is 100% fresh noodle! If you are a spicy eater, don’t miss the chance to try their Sze Chuan spicy chicken too.

Must try: Hand-pulled La Mian, Sze Chuan spicy chicken

Address: No. CG-06, Jalan SS6/5B, Dataran Glomac, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Facebook: Dong Yi Shun Restaurant

4. Mohammad Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen, Damansara Perdana
A Penang Chinese eateries fan? Then you should try Mohammad Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen. Located at Damansara Perdana, it was featured on famous TV show, Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan few years ago. By the way, you are recommended to save a space for their Durian puff, which was claimed as one of the best in town.

Must try: Seafood fried rice

Address: 3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H Damansara Perdana Business Center, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Facebook: Mohammad Chow Restaurant


  1. he last time we encountered Chinese Muslim food was in Xi’an in China where they had a Muslim Street, a food street and night market. Unfortunately, we are not too adventurous with food, and we wind up ordering noodles. Hehe.

  2. This is an awesome list that you’ve put together. This is the first time I’ve heard of Chinese-Muslim restaurants and I think it’s great that these places cater to such. There’s variety and all the dishes look delicious.

  3. Wish I had knew of these earlier when I went malacca last month. The salted egg crab at HJ Sharin Low Seafood Restaurant sounds amazing’!

  4. Chinese cuisine is really interesting and their foods are really delicious that’s why I can eat at any Chinese restaurant coz I know I am at home with their food

    • The uniqueness of Si Chuan soup is its spicy sour taste. So, i don’t think you can get a special request not to have spice in it. Because that is totally not Si Chuan soup.

  5. No, I have not tried a Chinese Muslim restaurant, I didn’t know that there is such a category,but I would not have known the difference. The food looks so good, I looooove seafood, in fact, I grew up in a family that prefers to eat fish, seafood and veggies. 🙂

    • Chinese Muslims formed because Chinese converted into Muslims. I don’t think there is a very big community so you don’t need to be suprise if you don’t know this category. But if you got the chance, try out the food.

  6. I love to eat Chinese food and I also tried once from a Muslim dish(this is during my nephews baptismal)….and I loved it too! Both have a distinct flavors.

    • Chinese muslims is a very small community. They are Chinese who converted their religion to Islam. That’s why they have come out with so unique cuisine.

  7. I tried Hj Shahrin Low. There is another Chinese muslim restaurant call ‘HOMST’ . I think they have one at Kota Damansara and also Kajang.

  8. I’ve tried one in Setapak before, although I though it was not so different from Chinese cuisines. Your recommendations look good! I look forward to try 🙂


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