9 Halal Unique Coffee Stalls In KL & Selangor For Your Next Foodie Adventure


Ili •  Sep 30, 2021

Halal coffee stalls in KL & Selangor

Visiting halal cafes in Kuala Lumpur (KL) and Selangor is always fun but if you're up for doing things a little differently, skip your usual brick and mortar spots for these unique pop-up coffee stalls and stands in and around the city! From charming neighbourhoods to roadside settings, grab a friend and plan an adventure seeking out these one-of-a-kind places for your daily dose of coffee, pastries and more ?

P.S. Not in the mood to step out? Check out these 5 places in KL and Selangor offering halal high tea delivery!

1. Satuu

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Founded by baker Syahir and managed by barista Zaidi, make your way to this home-based cafe in Setapak the next time you're looking for a relaxing hangout spot. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, a slice of their delicious cakes and enjoy the laid-back vibes of this charming spot while you catch up with your friends.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Thu-Tue; 10AM-5PM (closed on Wednesday)

Address: 2, Jalan Mata Ayer, Taman Ayer Panas, 53200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur


2. Hetam

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If you ever find yourself driving around the neighbourhood of Bangsar, seek out Hetam for your daily fix of coffee. While their menu is only limited to drinks, coffee lovers will no doubt love the variety - from your classic flat white and cappuccino to flavoured coffee like coconut latte and pandan latte.

They're exclusively open on Saturdays and Sundays, so take the opportunity during your weekend outing to drop them a visit!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Sat; 9AM-5PM, Sun; 9AM-4PM (closed on weekdays)

Address: 208, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur


3. BLÜUM Roadside Cafe

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If you ever need a quick yet filling fix to your hunger pangs, give BLÜUM Roadside Cafe a try! Located in Taman Melawati, their setup is as simple as it comes but their menu offerings tell a different story. Whether you're in the mood for pasta like spicy aglio olio, beef bolognese or even mac & cheese, they've got you covered. And of course, there's no forgetting their wide selection of flavoured lattes.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 9.45AM-6AM, Do note the break time: 1) Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun; 3PM-4.30PM 2) Fri; 12.30PM-2.30PM (closed on Monday)

Address: Jalan i7, Taman Melawati, Ampang, Selangor


4. birü

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For those who have experienced dining at Feebay.Co, take your dining adventure to the streets with their sister stalls -birü! They have two locations where you can catch them slinging Colombian coffees, selling nasi lemak and serving baguettes. Birü Bike, named so because of it's bike concept stall, is situated in Bukit Antarabangsa while Birü Sri Hartamas is setup in the Hartamas neighbourhood.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours:

Birü Bike: Tue-Sun; 8AM-12PM (closed on Monday)

Birü Sri Hartamas: Tue-Sun; 8AM-2PM (closed on Monday)


Birü Bike: Masjid Al-Mardhiyah, Taman Melawati, 53100 Ampang, Selangor

Birü Sri Hartamas: Jalan Sri Hartamas 3, Taman Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur


5. kopi.pokok

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For those in Shah Alam, you don't have to travel all the way to Kuala Lumpur for a fun coffee adventure! Simply head to Kopi Pokok - also known as Kopi Bawah Pokok - and grab yourself a seat at one of the tables for a simple yet delicious meal of nasi lemak. Enjoy the quiet breeze under a shade of trees while you sip on a cold cup of coffee to chase away the heat.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Tue-Fri; 9AM-5PM, Sat-Sun; 9AM-7PM (closed on Monday)

Address: Jalan Belibis 6/5C, Seksyen 6, Shah Alam


6. Point Blank

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Have you ever gotten the chance to visit a van coffee before? If the answer's no, then it's time to experience it with Point Blank! Setting itself apart from the other pop-up stalls, this small business operates out of the back of a blue van (named Blue Blue) and offers specialty coffee for that caffeine kick you need. They also sell home-baked, mom-made curry puffs if you're craving for something local, savoury and comforting.

Note: Do note that Point Blank is temporarily currently closed until further notice. Make sure to follow their social media page to know when they resume operations.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Open daily; 9AM-6PM (or while stocks last)

Address: Bon Estates, opposite Bangsar Shopping Complex (BSC)


7. Ijo.Matcha

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Calling all matcha lovers! Head to IJO Matcha's home-based pop-up in Setapak where you'll find all things matcha waiting for you. From iced drinks like Matcha Chai Cincau and Matcha Bandung Selasih to delectable goodies such as Sea Salt Matcha Brookie, get ready to be on cloud nine with everything they have to offer. If you're not in KL, they also have a hole-in-the-wall store nestled within Plnt.co - a plant nursery located in Tamarind Square.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 11AM-5.30PM

Address: 73, Jalan Ayer Dusun, Setapak, Kuala Lumpur

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8. Pulut & Kopi

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Making its debut earlier this year, Pulut & Kopi is a roadside stall in Kajang founded by two students who wanted to make premium coffee accessible to those living further away from the city. And as the name suggests, you can also get your pulut cravings satisfied here as well! Some of the must-try items are Gula Melaka Latte and pulut with daging hitam.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Sun-Thu; 12PM till sold out (closed on Friday)

Address: Lot 21452, Jln Anggerik Perdana 1, Bandar Teknologi Kajang, 43500 Kajang, Selangor


9.Kopi Senget

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Blink and you'll miss Kopi Senget, a small quaint coffee shop neatly situated on the street of Jalan Klang Banting. It's common to see a line of people outside waiting to get a cup of iced coffee. But it's not just coffee that's served here. You can also look forward to desserts like pavlovas and Japanese strawberry softcakes. Need something heavier? They've got you covered with nasi lemak kak served with telur mata (fried egg).

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Wed-Sun; 12PM-7PM (closed on Monday & Tuesday)

Address: Lot 239, Batu 11 1/4, Jalan Klang Banting, 42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor