With more and more nationalities living together as one, halal cuisine has become more and more popular in the whole world. With halal butchers and supermarkets on every street corner, you will also find food outlets where all the dishes on offer are preferred in this traditional way. Halal food delivery choices are huge nowadays, and they can range from your traditional Indian curry to a hot and spicy kebab.
There are few restaurants in Malaysia that serves Halal food, and equally few places that sell raw Halal food. In bigger cities, such as Singapore, there are quite a number of halal food in Singapore, Indian Restaurants and Kebab stands. In smaller towns, it is unlikely that there will be such shops and restaurants.
In the cities, there are specialised shops that sell Halal foodstuff, Asian cuisine, etc. I have been to a number of Asian supermarkets around, and some of them do sell things like Sambal chilli and Halal Indomie Mee Goreng. In fact, the local supermarket chains also carry various Halal certified foodstuff, especially if there is a significant number of Muslims in the area.
Halal food has become so famous world over that there has been a steady growth in the sale of this kind of food. You can get a wide range of this kind of food where you would also be offered an alcohol free champagne and goose liver pate.