8haus Menu prices 2024 Malaysia

Hello 8haus lovers, are you looking for the latest 8haus Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists 8haus Menu 2024 Malaysia with prices.

8haus Menu Malaysia 2024 With Prices List


If you’re in the mood for fusion cuisine, 8haus is a restaurant worth checking out. Their menu offers a unique blend of Asian and Western flavors that is sure to please your taste buds. Some must-try dishes include the Mango Chicken Chop, which perfectly combines sweet and savory notes, and the Caramelized Ribs XO Linguine, which is bursting with bold and rich flavors. Other notable items include the Pork Bolognese, Grilled Pork Shoulder Rice, Bak Kwa Toast, and Mint Pork Shoulder. At affordable prices, 8haus is a great spot for a satisfying and flavorful meal.

M104. Mango Chicken ChopRM 17.80
P101. Caramelized Ribs XO LinguineRM 21.80
P102. Pork BologneseRM 17.80
R103. Grilled Pork Shoulder RiceRM 19.80
T102. Bak Kwa ToastRM 14.80
M103. Mint Pork ShoulderRM 19.80
8haus Menu Malaysia

Main Dishes

M102. Best Haus Pork RibsRM 36.80
M104. Mango Chicken ChopRM 17.80
M103. Mint Pork ShoulderRM 19.80
M109. Haus’ Mango Pork ChopRM 19.80
M111. Caramelized Chicken ChopRM 17.80
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P106. Linguine Aglio-OlioRM 18.80
P101. Caramelized Ribs XO LinguineRM 21.80
P102. Pork BologneseRM 17.80
P105. Pork Lard Xo LinguineRM 14.80
P107. Vegan Aglio-OlioRM 15.80
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R106. Chicken Chop RiceRM 17.80
R103. Grilled Pork Shoulder RiceRM 19.80


T102. Bak Kwa ToastRM 14.80
T101. Luncheon ToastRM 16.80


N101. Salted Egg Haus’ FriesRM 17.80
N106. French FriesRM 11.80

Lite Bite Delights

L02. W.A.P SaladRM 15.80
l101. porky saladRM 17.80


C102. Cofaltinefrom RM 10.30
C103. Native Haus Coffefrom RM 10.30
C108. Local Traditional White CoffeeRM 7
C104. Champfrom RM 10.80
C107. Long Blackfrom RM 8.30
C109. Lattefrom RM 10.30
8haus Menu Malaysia


8haus in Malaysia has an excellent drink menu, which complements its food menu perfectly. The Plum 8 drink is a must-try, with a refreshing mix of fruit flavors. If you want something fizzy, the Haus Pandan Soda with a unique pandan flavor is worth trying. For those looking for a classic taste with a twist, the Chocolate Earl Grey is a great choice. If you have a sweet tooth, you can’t go wrong with the Chocolate Drink, while the Honey Milk and Honey Lemon are perfect for those who love subtle sweetness. Moreover, the Local Traditional Milk Tea is a crowd favorite and a must-try for anyone who loves classic tea flavors. With such an extensive drink menu, 8haus is the perfect place to enjoy a meal or a refreshing drink.

D101. Plum 8RM 11.30
D102. Haus Pandan SodaRM 9.30
D103. HausMade ManjitoRM 10.30
D107. Chocolate Drinkfrom RM 9.80
D112. Honey MilkRM 9.50
D113. Honey LemonRM 8
D115. Local Traditional Milk TeaRM 7
D106. Chocolate Earl Greyfrom RM 10.30
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J101. Green AppleRM 8.50
J102. Orange JuiceRM 8.50
J103. WatermelonRM 8.50
J104. CarrotRM 8.50
J105. Carrot MilkRM 8.50
J106. LemonadeRM 9
J107. LimenadeRM 9
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E101. French Earl GreyRM 10.30
E102. Spring GreenRM 10.30
E103. Oolong KiwiRM 10.30
E104. Chamomile BlossomRM 10.30

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8haus Menu Malaysia
8haus Menu Malaysia
8haus Menu Malaysia

Who is the owner of 8haus in Malaysia?

Jacky Law is the owner of 8haus in Malaysia.

Is 8haus halal in Malaysia?

No! 8haus is not certified halal in Malaysia.

What 8haus accepts credit cards in Malaysia?

Yes! 8haus accepts credit cards in Malaysia.

How many branches have 8haus in Malaysia?

8haus has more than 10 outlets in Malaysia.

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Author: Alia Izzati

Alia Izzati is an experienced food critic and writer based in Malaysia. She is the author of several popular articles on the websites klfoodie.com and eatzeely.com, where she covers a wide range of topics related to restaurants and their menus. With a keen palate and a passion for exploring the culinary landscape of her home country, Alia is known for her thoughtful and in-depth reviews of the latest dining trends and hotspots. Whether you’re looking for the best new places to eat in Malaysia or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest food news, Alia’s articles are a must-read for anyone with an interest in the culinary arts.

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