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• From Malaysia • Live in Malaysia • Islam

A Muslim mom of 4 kids
This halal artisan bakery is known for its croissants. Had almond croissont and salted caramel cheesecake croissont which are just perfect. The bakery is small and cosy, tucked between an ice cream joint and a Lebanese restaurant. Seats are not easily available especially during peak time but you can always order take away. A must have.
This halal dim sum restaurant offers vast variety of dim sums which are not available at normal dim sum joints. They come in generous portions. Both steamed and fried dim sums are delicious. If you’re not a dim sum fan, try the shredded chicken meehoon.
This small restaurant is conveniently located near Nodahanshin Subway Station. We had tokayaki, ramen curry, rice & Japanese curry, sushi and sashimi, among others and ended with matcha and sesame ice cream, mochi and matcha cake. As everything is halal, unlike some shops with halal menu only but also sell non halal food, we were at ease eating there. They also sell halal cakes, cookies and mochi which can be given out as souvenirs to friends and families back home. A small musolla and wudhu’ area are also available.
Had lunch here today. Last order for lunch is at 2.30pm (the restaurant closes at 3pm) and we reached there at 2.20pm after a rush from Osaka Station. Had sukiyaki and steak. Delicious food for the whole family, efficient staff and comfortable ambience.
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