With Hari Raya Haji approaching and larger groups allowed to gather, you might be looking for great halal restaurants to fuel your celebrations. To help, we’ve compiled a list of 5 best places for Hari Raya Haji food on Oddle Eats for you and your loved ones to enjoy!
1. HJH Maimunah Catering
Household name HJH Maimunah Catering is a Michelin Bib Gourmand-rated eatery, offering a mouth-watering mix of Malay and Indonesian cuisine.
Gather your loved ones for a Mini Buffet(serves 15-25), for a delectable spread boasting Ayam Goreng Bumbu, meltingly-tender Beef Rendang, Sayur Lemak Lodeh, and more.
Don’t have enough space to set up a buffet table? Order from HJH Maimunah Catering’s Bento Boxes(from $7/pax, min. 20 pax), with a wide range of bento combinations to choose from, including vegetarian and premium meat options.
Family-owned with delectable dishes made from time-honoured recipes, Istimewa Nasi Padang is a great choice for your festive feast.
Festive specialties include Ayam Masak Merah (from $30++ for 12 pcs), comprising fried chicken coated in a spicy tomato sauce. Other signatures include Rendang Daging (from $30++), slow-cooked in coconut gravy, and traditional spices to produce a rich and tender bite. Their Hari Raya Haji menu’s food is available for pre-order now, but for those looking for individual portions, they also have a Signature Bento menu available in a variety of combinations.
With sumptuous and rich dishes like Kepak Ayam Gulai (from $38.80++) available, you’ll be able to keep your guests fed and happy throughout the day. The dish includes 1kg of tender mid-wings and savoury potato chunks cooked in their Padang-style rich gravy.
You can also opt for set meals like the Family Combo I (for 3-4 pax, from $90++), good for those with children as non-spicy versions of all dishes are available. Tuck into stir-fried Kangkong, Ikan Goreng Balado (with thick cuts of snapper), Udang Mentega (butter prawns), and more!
Keep guests refreshed and cool with Pagi Sore’s much-raved about Chendol in a Botol (from $5.80++), made from scratch with house-made Chendol Jelly and fresh coconut milk.
Savour the best of Malaysian cuisine without the hassle of crossing the causeway when you dine with Penang Culture.
The online-exclusive Buddy Meal (from $42++) lets you build a zichar meal for two, including your choice of main course with signature items like Penang Otah, Penang Rojak, and Sambal Kang Kong. Seafood lovers will also delight in the Fried Seabass (from $28++), paired with a choice of Sweet & Sour Sauce, Cheong Cheng Style, or Thai Apple Sauce. For a simpler, comforting meal, try their bento sets (from $9.90++), with chicken, fish, and vegetarian options available.