Traveling to Bangkok but concerned about the halal food? No need to worry. It’s getting easier to find halal restaurants in Bangkok, especially if you know the areas to explore. Because of tourism, more and more restaurants are providing halal food and they put a halal sign on the display. Some of the most popular spots like Pratunam or MBK Center have several different options – allowing you to pick more than one favorite.
It is located inside the MBK Center shopping mall. Because of the location close to Siam Center and BTS National Stadium station, the shopping mall is often visited and even flooded with people. Yana Restaurant is a convenient dining place where you can enjoy your meal before or after shopping. Finding authentic Thai food is easy – and they are pretty affordable too. Expect to find meals with a price range between 40 baht to 100 baht per portion. They are open every day from 10.30 AM to 9 PM.
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It is located close to Chao Phraya river – ideal when you are cruising the river to get to your destinations. You can reach some spots by boats, such as Wat Arun temple or Asiatique. BBQ Delight is offering Middle Eastern and Pakistani cuisine so you can be sure about their halal quality. Want to enjoy the chicken skewers? Feel free to enjoy them as they are tender and juicy. Their popular food is chicken boti kebabs – super tasty and fulfilling. Or you can pair crisp naan (baked in the oven) with the chicken skewers. They are fulfilling without hurting your wallet. The place opens every day. But it operates from 11.30 to 00.30 on Mondays to Saturdays, and 11.30 AM to 10.30 PM on Sundays.
Tomyam Paa Nga
Into tomyam so much? Can’t get enough of the sour and yet refreshing broth? Then you should head to Pratunam market. Not only you can enjoy your shopping spree, but you can also find various different Thai foods and snacks. At Paa Nga Tomyam, rest assured that you get the authentic soup. You will find fresh mushroom dollops, prawns, and squid along with the hearty and spicy broth. Located at 101/12 Ratchaprarop Road, the place opens 24/7.
In the event that you are visiting Chatuchak Market on weekends, head to Saman Islam to fill in some fuels. Feel free to enjoy beef noodles and pad Thai along with other Thai snacks. The price is probably higher when compared to other food stalls or restaurants, but the portion is big. You will have a satisfying and fulfilling meal, for sure. It is located inside the market in Section 16 soi 24 and it opens on weekends only (so only Saturdays to Sundays) from 10 AM to 6 PM.
In this weekend market, you can actually find many tasty snacks although they may not be in the form of a restaurant. They are halal because the types of snacks available are toasts, seasoned French fries, coconut ice cream, coconut water, mango sticky rice, crispy chicken skin, and so much more.
The Fifth Food Avenue
As another halal spot in Bangkok, it is located conveniently in MBK Center. It is actually a food court offering many Chinese, Thai, and Indian foods. The stalls have halal signs so you won’t have to worry about the quality. With these so many different options, you can really have a satisfying and enjoyable culinary exploration. Go to the fifth floor at Zone A. It opens every day from 10 AM to 10 PM.
Be sure to do your research thoroughly as there are more halal restaurants all over Bangkok. These are just some popular options. When traveling to Bangkok, consult airpaz.com for the flights. You can also choose carriers like Thai Airways or Thai AirAsia.