Halal Confinement Food Delivery You Don’t Want To Miss

Are you looking for confinement food delivery services?

Here, we are listing several halal confinement food delivery services. These both include Chinese halal confinement food and Malay food as well.

Looking for confinement lady services? Check out this post!

1 Halal Chinese Confinement Food by Zara Agnes

If you are looking for a change of food during your confinement, you can try Halal Chinese Confinement Food by Zara Agnes. HCCF uses premium ingredients such as premium salmon and halia bentong.

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Picture from Halal Chinese Confinement Food Wesbite

They have three different types of confinement meal sets: the simple set, the complete set and the liquid diet set.

A The Simple Set

Covers lunch and dinner

  • 2 main dishes
  • 1 vegetable dish (2 portions)
  • Rice
  • Confinement Drink

The price range: starting RM748 for 7 days

  • 14 days: RM1388
  • 28 days: RM 2688
  • 44 days: RM 4188

The Complete Set

  • 2 Main Dishes
  • 1 Vegetable Dish (2 portions)
  • Rice
  • Confinement Drink
  • Confinement Herbal Soup

The price range: starting from RM948 for 7 days

14 days: RM1888

28 days: RM 3688

44 days: RM 5788

The Liquid Diet Set

  • 2 Main Dishes
  • 1 Vegetable Dish (2 portions)
  • Rice
  • Confinement Drink

RM 748 for 7 days

The price includes delivery and she sends them daily.

The food comes in very fresh and hot.

What is special about HCCF is that their weekly meals are cooked based on achieving different nutritional aims such as detoxification, repairing, conditioning, and rejuvenation.

Apart from that, they also pledge that their food is:

  • Halal
  • Organic / Compost-Grown / Pesticide-Free / Australian Vegetables
  • Meats and poultry are antibiotic-free
  • Premium fresh fish
  • Australian Beef
  • Premium and sulphite-Ffee Herbs
  • Bentong Ginger
  • Organic Brown Sugar / Himalaya Rock Salt
  • Free-Range Eggs

They also sell confinement drinks and snacks such as booster milk cookies and brownies, red dates longan drink, bird’s nest drink, and frozen dumplings.

Interesting note: their booster milk cookies and brownies are gluten-free and vegan! So you don’t have to worry about your allergies.

My friend Dr Adila tried her booster milk cookies and she says they are really delicious!

2 Kak @lailaiman

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Pic from @lailaiman

Kak Laila is based in Seremban.

She is a very kind and friendly lady.

Price range: RM 350 for one week

However, the price does not include delivery charges and changes according to location

The menu covers lunch and dinner:

  • Main dish/lauk
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits or juice
  • (The menu does not include rice)

Since she is a one-woman show, you would need to contact and book her services at least 5 days before.

Phone number: 011- 5145 1075

3 Confinement Care Malaysia

They provide halal Malay confinement food as well as Nyonya confinement food.

As for the Malay food package, they have several packages listed below:

  • 14 days: RM 980
  • 21 days: RM 1450
  • 30 days RM 2100
  • 44 days RM 3520
  • Lunch, dinner and tea

The menu includes

Meat, vegetables, fruits and rice

Pancake/ tuna roles (tea)

As for the Nyonya food package, their menu covers:

  • Chicken dish
  • Fish dish
  • 2 Vegetable dishes
  • Soup
  • Herbal tonic
  • Lactation cookies
  • Rice

They do not have a fixed menu as their menu depends on fresh ingredients that they can get from the market. However, their menus are planned by their in-house nutritionist.

For the fish and chicken dishes, they would normally try to serve different dishes every day for 14 days before they repeat the same menu.

The price includes delivery charges that are 25KM around Sri Kembangan such as:

They deliver from 9.30 am – 12.30 noon from Monday to Saturday except on public holidays.


Phone: +60 12-233 7794

Email: admin@confinementcaremalaysia.com

4 Lauk Pantang Frozen Foodzyla

Another option for confinement delivery food is Lauk Pantang Frozen by Foodzyla.

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Picture from Foodzyla Shop

I know Malaysian communities may not be used to the idea of frozen food, especially pantang food. However, other communities especially in the Western world often freeze their own food to preserve it for several months.

But even for me, I always freeze my food or lauk because I know my family may not be able to finish all of the food in one or two sittings.

Freezing food is actually a good way to preserve the food and its nutrients without going bad.

They have different frozen confinement food packages such as:

3 days (covers lunch and dinner) RM 150

7 days RM 350

30 days RM 1500

Trial pack RM 75

Their menus are said to be appropriate for breastfeeding mothers and newborns that may have jaundice. Do contact them and inform them if there are certain ingredients you don’t want to be used. The food is also said to not have any white sugar, additives and MSG.

There are 12 different main dishes you can choose from and 18 different gravies/kuah.

Price does not include delivery fees. Delivery outside of KL, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan will cost RM60.

They also sell other products such as serunding, and fried garlic which is traditionally believed to help you release wind.

Contact details: 011-1142 5447

5 Pudina Confinement Food

Picture taken from @pudinaconfinement

This company also serves pantang food for new mothers.

Their price starts RM40 a day which covers:

  • Lunch and dinner
  • 1 lauk/main dish
  • 1 vegetable dish
  • They have different types of menus such as:
  • Homemade fishball (tenggiri) soup and vegetables
  • Fish in tamarind sauce (air assam) and vegetables
  • Grilled curry fish and raddish soup
  • Fish in sweet sour sauce and vegetables
  • Pindang fish and kerabu pantang
  • Steamed fish and black okra
  • Homemade chicken ball soup and vegetables
  • Kung Pao organic chicken and vegetables
  • Organic chicken sesame and vegetables

All ingredients are halal and the menus can be tailored according to the needs of the new mom

The food will only be delivered within Klang Valley via a third party which must be borne by the customer

It will be delivered every day except on Sundays and public holidays


Phone: 017 – 2238922

Email: pudinaconfinement@gmail.com

6 Pantang Plus Frozen and Daily Confinement Food

Pantang Plus also makes daily pantang food and frozen food as well.

As for the Frozen menu, it starts from:

  • 3 days (RM 250)
  • 7 days (RM 550 – fish only)
  • 10 days (RM 769 – fish only)
  • 10 days (RM 779 – fish, poultry and meat)
  • 14 days (RM 1250 — fish, poultry and meat)
  • 21 days (RM 1850 — fish, poultry and meat)
  • 30 days (RM 2550 — fish, poultry and meat)

Daily confinement food delivery

  • 3 days RM 300
  • 7 days RM 700
  • 10 days RM 1000
  • 14 days RM 1330
  • 21 days RM 1995
  • 30 days RM 2850
  • 44 days RM 4000

The price, however, does not include delivery charges.

The food that is cooked is healthy for postpartum moms. They do not include MSG and additives, and no oil. The menus are Malay infusion inspired. Only the freshest ingredients are used.


Nora Hana: 012-202 0945

FAQ about confinement

What to eat during confinement?

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The most important thing you need to know about confinement food is that you should eat nutritious food.

Traditionally, many cultures have their own beliefs about confinement.

Most doctors, however, would say that you can eat anything that is nutritious for the body.

Dr Imelda, who is a gynaecologist at KPJ Damansara has reiterated that as long as mothers do not have any food allergies, you do not have to only eat confinement food EXCEPT for those who have the following conditions:

  • Hypertension
  • Kidney problems
  • Vomitting

Traditionally, people believe that you should not eat vegetables and only eat ikan kering during pantang. Medically speaking, this does not benefit mothers who have just given birth as their bodies need all the nutrients, they can get.  

Many people also believe that new moms in confinement are not allowed to eat chicken or eggs as it could lead to “nanah” or puss, and even itchiness. Dr Imelda has debunked this by explaining that food doesn’t cause puss, but bacteria does.

Therefore, please remember that it is essential to drink a lot of water, fruits and vegetables to prevent constipation.

In addition, Dr Imelda also encourages women in confinement to move and walk frequently to allow better blood flow in the legs. The reason why Dr Imelda addresses this is that traditionally, societies think that women after they deliver, should not be walking. On contrary, walking slowly can help with healing.

What should I do during confinement?

Must eat nutritious food

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According to many doctors, the most important thing is that you take care of your health—physically and mentally.

And this can be done by consuming healthy and nutritious food including fruits, vegetables, and a lot of water.

Take care of your mental health

Pantang can be overwhelming especially if and when you need to go back and forth to the hospital. Breastfeeding can also be tough, whether or not you are a first-time mom.

Related post: Trying to look for the Haakaa Breast Pump? Read why the Haakaa Is the Best Natural Milk Collector.

Therefore, it’s important to take care of your mental health too. Talk to your family members, friends, doctors if you are feeling overwhelmed.

Seek help if you are overwhelmed

The most challenging part about having a newborn is that you are always tired and trying to meet the needs and demands of a new baby.

When I had my first baby, I always sought help from lactation specialist Pn Kamariah from Susu Ibu. She does visitations to help moms with breastfeeding. She was such a blessing!

Also, after you give birth, be sure to register at the nearest Klinik Kesihatan as they can do free postnatal visits to check on moms and their babies.  

I hope this post is helpful for mommies to plan their confinement period 🙂

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