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  • Say Hello To Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle's Second Outlet At Tokyo Station

    After their first outlet at Jimbocho, Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle has opened their second outlet at one of the busiest stations in Japan, Tokyo Station.  The Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station has also been rated AAA by CrescentRating. At the Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station, no alcohol is served in the premises. Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle is certified by the Nippon Asia Halal Association (NAHA) of Japan.  Image Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle What makes the Tokyo Station different from the outlet at Jimbocho is that at this outlet, there are nine types of noodle to choose from – Futome no sankakumen (Thick and Triangular Noodle) Sankakumen (Triangular Noodle) Gokubuto no hiramen (Extremely Thick Noodle)  Futome no hiramen (Wide and Flat Noodle) Hiramen (Thin and Flat Noodle) Futomen (Thick Noodle) Chuubutomen (Medium Thickness Noodle) Hosomen (Thin Noodle) Gokuhosomen (Extremely Thin Noodle) Image Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle At Mazulu, every bowl of beef noodle is made from scratch. From the hand-pulled Lamian (a type of Chinese noodles) to the hot beef broth made by simmering beef bones with 10 different medicinal spices for hours. Top it off with coriander, leaf garlic,  and thinly sliced beef. This bowl of goodness can make you feel right at home or could perhaps have you gulping gallons of water if you're not careful with their Chinese chilli oil. But from our experience, it's not that bad! via GIPHY If you're stopping by Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station and have yet to perform your prayers, the restaurant is located just minutes away from a nearby prayer space at the JR East Travel Service Center.  Location: JR East Travel Service Center, Marunouchi North Gate, Tokyo Station BuildingAvailable Time: 08:30 AM to 07:00 PM (Weekdays), 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM (Weekends & Public Holidays) Background Story via GIPHY Takeru Seino, the manager of Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant had actually gone to Lanzhou to look for a Lamian stall that would be willing to train him to make Lamian noodles. During his study in Beijing, he had fallen in love with the dish after tasting it for the first time while he was in Beijing. It was after multiple failed attempts of trying of recreating Lamian noodles that he finally resorted to taking a trip to Lanzhou to get himself professionally trained. After much persuasion, Mazulu agreed to train him and he finally mastered the skill of handcrafting these noodles to perfection and later opened his own shop in Japan. Indeed every strand of Lanzhou lamian is a work of art by craftsmen.  Address: GranTokyo South Tower B1F, 1-9-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6690Opening Hours: 11:00 AM to 10:30 PM (Mon-Sat)                          11:00 AM to 09:30 PM (Sundays, Public Holidays)                          *Note: The store will close when the broth is sold outContact No.: +81-3-6268-0323 Directions from Tokyo Station 3 minutes walk to Yurakucho area, after exiting Yaesu South Exit Website  ...

  • Never Go Hungry in Hong Kong With These Halal Food Places

    Is finding Halal food places to dine in at Hong Kong a worry for you? Believe it or not, it is not that tedious to find Halal eateries in Hong Kong. With almost 50 over restaurants scattered around Hong Kong, you will definitely be awed by the choices ranging from Chinese to Western and Middle Eastern. Don't starve yourself when you go to Hong Kong because we have you all covered with these Halal eateries. via GIPHY Halal Eateries in Hong Kong Island 1. Islamic Center Canteen Image Credit: Islamic Center Canteen on Coconuts As cliche as it sounds, no matter what your itinerary is when you are visiting Hong Kong, it is a must to dine in at Islamic Center Canteen. Located on the 5th floor of the Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Center, the food here is definitely affordable with Dim Sum dishes starting at HKD13 (SGD2.30).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 5/F, Masjid Ammar and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, 40 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong IslandOpening Hours: 10am-9pm 2. Dong Fang Gong Lanzhou Beef Noodles Image Credit: Dong Fang G0ong Lanzhou Beef Noodles on OpenRice  Just about 2 minutes walk from Causeway Bay Station, you can find a restaurant called Oriental Palace Lanzhou Beef Ramen. This restaurant serves mainly beef noodle (as the name suggests) and what's special about it is that the noodles are made on the spot! A small bowl of Lanzhou Beef Noodles cost HKD58 (SGD10) and if you can't get enough of beef, order a side dish of beef for HKD22 (SGD4).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop C, G/F, Shining Building, 477 - 481 Jaffe Road, Causeway BayOpening Hours: 11am - 10pm 3. Mingcha Limited Image Credit: Mingcha Limited on Facebook Calling all tea lovers! Mingcha Limited is a company specialized in premium Chinese Tea. If you have some time to spare in Hong Kong and want to experience tea tasting, you may join some of their workshops. Either you are buying it for yourself or as a souvenir, Mingcha Limited is top-notch in the world of teas. A mini bottle of tea starts from HKD99 (SGD17).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: RM 901-902, 9/F, Cheung Tat Centre, 18 Cheung Lee Street, Chai WanOpening Hours: 10am - 7pm (Closed on Sundays and public holidays)Website | Facebook 4. Wai Kee Image Credit: Wai Kee on ET Food Voyage Wai Kee is another recommended Muslim-owned eatery that you need to visit when you are in Hong Kong. This is the place for you to get your roasted duck rice fix (and of course, it is Halal!) Top on the must-try list is the well-marinated tender duck meat. And! You need to savor the crispy duck skin. While you’re there, try their very own wanton noodles and juicy wanton. Halal status: Muslim-ownedAddress: Stall #5 Bowrington Cooked Food Centre 1/F Bowrington Road Market, 23 Bowrington Road, Wan Chai, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10am - 6pm 5. Big Pizza Image Credit: Big Pizza On some nights, you just need some fast food and getting a Halal on can be a little tricky when you’re in Hong Kong. Well thankfully, Big Pizza is the place to go to get some good ol’ Halal pizza. The best part is, it opens all night long. Check out the timings below and be sure to have this eatery at the top of your mind when you need some pizza. A slice of pizza cost you HKD25 (SGD5) or you can settle for the pasta combo which comes with a drink at HKD52 (SGD10). Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop No. 5, G/F Wan Chai Central Building, 89 Lockhard Road, Wan Chai, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10:30am - 6amWebsite 6. 27 Kebab House Image Credit: 27 Kebab House on Facebook On some nights, you just need some fast food and getting a Halal on can be a little tricky when you’re in Hong Kong. Well thankfully, Big Pizza is the place to go to get some good ol’ Halal pizza. The best part is, it opens all night long. Check out the timings below and be sure to have this eatery at the top of your mind when you need some pizza. A slice of pizza cost you HKD25 (SGD5) or you can settle for the pasta combo which comes with a drink at HKD52 (SGD10).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop D-E, 27 Hollywood Road, Soho, Central, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10am - 6am 7. Bombay Dreams HK Ltd Image Credit: Dining Concepts on Facebook Bombay Dreams is the perfect place to satisfy your daily Naan cravings. Listed on Michelin Guide’s Bid Gourmand, Bombay Dreams is a fine dining restaurant that serves the most authentic Indian cuisine. You can choose from various dishes to be eaten with Basmati rice or Naan. Prices start from HKD78 (SGD14).Halal status: Halal-Certified, Alcohol is served in the restaurantAddress: 4/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong KongOpening Hours: 12pm - 11pmWebsite  8. Chrisly Café Image Credit: Chrisly Cafe on Facebook Chrisly Cafe isn’t entirely Halal, but they have several branches that have Halal-certified bakeries like this one. When you’re in Hong Kong, you should never give this cafe a miss. Their iconic egg tarts, and pineapple bun, perfect for breakfast and tea time, are sure to leave you wanting for more. Halal status: Halal-Certified (Selected bakeries only)Address: Shop 3018, 3/F, Shun Tak Centre, 168-200 Connaught Road Central, Hong KongOpening Hours: 7am - 7pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram 9.Warung Malang Image Credit: Warung Malang on Facebook If you’re looking to try something new, Warung Malang is the place to go. Not only do they serve delicious Indonesian food, but it also comes at an affordable price. If you need to get some rice fix, a plate of Nasi Campur costs HKD50 (SGD9), with 4 different dishes to choose from. Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 2/F, B-2, Dragon Rise Building, 9-11 Pennington Street, Causeway Bay, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10am - 10pmFacebook   10. Masala Train  Image Credit: Masala Train on Facebook After a long and hot day spent exploring the streets of Hong Kong, why not dine at Masala Train? You can get a taste of authentic Indian food at this restaurant to satisfy your cravings. Over at this restaurant, you can try their meal box Chicken Tikka Masala from HKD 58 (SGD 11) as well as their Paneer Tikka Roll from HKD 58 (SGD 11). Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: G/F, Yue On Building, 146 Lockhart Road and 2A O'Brien Road, Wan ChaiOpening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm Website | Facebook Halal Eateries in Kowloon 1. Ma’s Restaurant Image Credit: Ma's Restaurant by KiKiPangHK on OpenRice Your trip to Hong Kong will be never complete if you don’t try their famous Chinese delights. Having difficulty finding the right restaurant? Look no further as Ma's Restaurant specializes in local Xinjiang cuisine. This restaurant is famous for its authentic braised beef brisket noodle for HKD50 (SGD19) and also their Veal Goulash which costs about HKD42 (SGD7). We highly recommend coming to this restaurant as it is sure to leave you spoilt for choices with its wide variety of food on the menu. Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop A, 21-25 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po, Hong KongOpening Hours: 11:30am - 11pm 2. Islam Food Image Credit: Islam Food Islam food has been serving local cuisine and it should be one of the eateries you should try. The Pan Fried Beef Bun which is one of their signature dishes or if you are quite adventurous to try a cold dish, you can try the Chicken with Sesame Oil Sauce for HKD78 (SGD14).Halal status: Halal ingredient usedAddress: G/F, No. 1 Lung Kong Rd, Kowloon City, KowloonOpening Hours: 11am - 11pmWebsite  3. Casablanca Restaurant & Café Image Credit: Casablanca Restaurant on Facebook Casablanca Restaurant serves Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine. Either you choose to eat pita or Tagine (a Moroccon dish cooked in an earthenware pot), you can make it a set during lunch. Starting from HKD58 (SGD10), each set comes with a drink to complete your meal.Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 6/F, Ashley Centre, 23-25 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong KongOpening Hours: 12pm - 11pmFacebook 4. Authentic Lanzhou Beef Noodles Image Credit: Authentic Lanzhou Beef Noodles on OpenRice This restaurant serves the popular authentic Lanzhou beef noodles for those of you who want to try out this popular Hong Kong local dish. As the portions for some of the food items in their menu can be quite big, we recommend sharing some of the dishes you order.  Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress:  Room 5-8 G/F, Park Hotel, 61-65 Chatham Road South, TSTOpening Hours: 11am - 11pm Website 5. Anjappar Image Credit: Anjappar on Facebook Anjappar is a restaurant serving Chettinad Indian cuisine and has been branching out worldwide. Try their signature special Anjappar Chicken Dry/Masala for HKD110 (SGD19) with Mutton Biryani HKD90 (SGD16). Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Unit-202, Multifield Plaza, No.3-5 Prat Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong KongOpening Hours: 11am - 3pm, 6pm - 11pm (Monday to Friday), 11am - 11pm (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)Website | Facebook | Instagram 6. Bismillah Kebab House Image Credit: Bismillah Kebab House on Facebook Bismillah Kebab House has 2 outlets in Chung King Mansion, one of which was at 1/F. Apart from serving Kebab doner, you can also try their BBQ fish and chips for HKD45 (SGD8) or the Lamb Chop Biryani for HKD55 (SGD10).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop No., 68A, G/F, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonOpening Hours: 9am - 11pmFacebook 7. Istanbul Kebab Image Credit: Istanbul Kebab Tucked in Tsim Sha Tsui, Istanbul Kebab doesn't only serve kebab but you can find other Turkish dishes. Try the Shrimp Roll for HKD78 (SGD14) if you're a big fan of shrimp or the Doner Pizza Special from HKD88 (SGD15.50).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop 1A, Tsim Sha Tsui Mansion, 36-50 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong KongOpening Hours: 12pm - 11:30pmWebsite  8. Bombay Kitchen  Image Credit: Bombay Kitchen Bombay Kitchen serves various dishes from India. This restaurant is committed to providing the most authentic Indian foods. If you want to have a hearty meal, you can opt for the Butter Chicken HKD75 (SGD 13) and their Cheese Naan HKD25 (SGD 4)  or Garlic Naan HKD20 (SGD 3).  Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: G/F, 72-74 South Wall Road, Kowloon City Opening Hours: Lunch: Mon - Sun: 11:30am - 3pm Dinner: Mon - Thu: 6pm - 11pm Friday - Sunday 5:30pm - 11pm Website | Facebook | Instagram  9. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Image Credit: Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Facebook Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen offers various options on the menu with the crispy fried chicken as one of the more popular items on the menu. You can find the 2 piece chicken meal from HKD 48 (SGD 9) and the mushroom gravy rice from HKD 48 (SGD 9) if you’re looking for something more filling.  Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Chefs' Society, B/F, T.O.P This is Our Place, 700 Nathan Road, Mong KokOpening Hours: 11am - 10.30pm Website | Facebook   10. La Scala Image Credit: La Scala La Scala is a restaurant located in the Royal Plaza Hotel. Available for all-day dine-in, La Scala serves Halal International cuisine. Their main course such as Bechamel Chicken Spaghetti starts at HKD218 (SGD39) and if you have some room for dessert, try the Vanilla Creme Brulee with Fresh Berries.Halal status: Halal menu availableAddress: 193 Prince Edward Road West, Kowloon, Hong KongOpening Hours: 6am - 11pmWebsite Halal Eateries in New Territories   1. Ebeneezer’s Kebab & Pizzeria Image Credit: Ebeneezer's Kebab & Pizzeria  Ebeneezer's is one of the successful kebab chains in Hong Kong. You can also find them in Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon area. The choices of food are endless here, from kebabs which cost HKD85 (SGD15) to pizza which costs HKD98 (SGD17) and even Biryani and Tandoori.Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop no. 9A, G/F, Ngong Ping Theme Village, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10:30pm - 6pm (Monday - Friday), 9:30am - 6:30pm (Saturday, Sunday and public holiday)Website 2. Kimos Image Credit: Kimos  Kimos is a restaurant that serves Indian and Turkish cuisines. This restaurant is very close to the airport so you may want to consider dining in here before catching your flight. Try the meat lover plate from HKD105 (SGD19) where you can choose rice or fries as your side or their homemade chicken burger HKD95 (SGD17).Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop L, Ground Floor, Retail Seaview Crescent, No. 8, Tung Chung Waterfront Road, Tung ChungOpening Hours: 11am - 11pmWebsite 3. Curry Lounge Image Credit: Curry Lounge on Facebook Another restaurant that is near the airport is Curry Lounge, serving Indian cuisine. Try their signature dish Lamb Chop Masala for HKD158 (SGD28) or if you don't fancy lamb, they have several dishes with chicken and seafood. Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: Shop S G/F, SeaView Crescent, 8 Tung Chung, Waterfront Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong.Opening Hours: 11:30am - 11pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram 4. Old Town White Coffee Image Credit: Old Town White Coffee on OpenRice Another restaurant that is near the airport is Curry Lounge, serving Indian cuisine. Try their signature dish Lamb Chop Masala for HKD158 (SGD28) or if you don't fancy lamb, they have several dishes with chicken and seafood.Halal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: [Restricted Area] East to West Food Market, Departures West Hall, Level 6, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau Island, Hong KongOpening Hours: 24 hours 5. SkyCity Bistro Image Credit: Club Marriot SkyCity Bistro is a restaurant in Hong Kong SkyCity Marriot Hotel. Serving international cuisine, SkyCity Bistro provides an all-day Halal dining menu. You can choose from an appetizer like Norwegian Smoked Salmon Platter for HKD188 (SGD33) or you can dive in straight into the main course like Grilled Beef Tenderloin for HKD348 (SGD62).Halal status: Halal Menu available. Alcohol is served in the restaurant.Address: 1 Sky City Road East, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau IslandOpening Hours: 6:30am - 11am, 12pm - 2:30pm, 6pm - 10pmWebsite   There you have it, Halal food places in Hong Kong! With all of these Halal food places, you'll never go hungry in Hong Kong again. Also, you can check out the list of Halal-certified restaurants in Hong Kong here! This article is brought to you by Hong Kong Tourism Board. via GIPHY...

  • If You're in Japan, Don't Miss Out on Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant!

    Have you ever tasted something so good that you wanted to learn how to make it? Well, Takeru Seino definitely did! Takeru is the manager of Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant. While studying in Beijing, he fell in love with the Lanzhou lamian (a type of Chinese handmade noodles) that he ate during his stay. After returning home, he tried various ways to recreate the Lanzhou noodles, but that resulted in mutiple failed attempts.  Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant And so, he went on a trip to Lanzhou in search for a Lamian shop that would be willing to train him to make these delicious noodles. At last, he came across Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant. After much persuasion, Mazulu agreed to train him and he finally mastered the skill of handcrafting these noodles to perfection and later opened his own shop in Japan. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle RestaurantMazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant was established over 100 years ago and is situated along the ancient Silk Road. One interesting feature about this restaurant is that they are the only Lanzhou Lamian shop that is certified by the Chinese government as "China Time-honored Brand." What's more, they even had the honourable opportunity of being featured on a well-known gourmet documentary called "A Bite of China (Shejianshang de Zhongguo)." Truly, Mazulu is the best Lanzhou Beef Noodle shop in Japan, and it is no wonder that their noodles are ranked "Special Grade"! Not to mention, they're awarded an AAA grade by Crescentrating as well. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant As its name suggests, this Halal restaurant is known for their signature beef noodles, where every component of the dish is crucial and given careful attention. Their noodles in particular are hand stretched by craftsmen using wheat flour dough. They come in three different thicknesses - thin (hosomen), regular (hiramen) or triangular (sankakumen). For those of you who naturally have a small appetite, the staff would highly recommend you to try their thinnest noodles so that the portion of noodles is just right for you. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant Upon crafting the noodles, everything is drenched in hot soup that is made by simmering beef bones with 10 different medicinal spices for hours on end. Not forgetting, the ramen is then garnished with coriander, leaf garlic, beef, radishes and topped off with Chinese chili oil. Indeed, the crunchy radishes are a great mix to all the delicious chewy noodles! For those of you who cannot handle spicy food, don't be deterred by the red colour of the chilli oil because the chilli is not too spicy.  Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant The beef noodles are sold at an affordable price of just 1000 yen, and extra coriander or beef will only cost you an additional 120 yen and 200 yen respectively. That's a bargain considering the generous portion you're served! To get an authentic taste of Japan, we would highly recommend that you pair your Lamian noodles with a cup of green tea. Do note that the queue at this restaurant is usually pretty long but your waiting time shouldn't take more than 30 minutes. The friendly staff (who are fluent in English and Japanese) are always making the effort to ensure that the tables are cleared quickly so that customers do not need to wait very long. Address: Mazulu,1-3-18,Kanda Jimbocho,Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051From the Jinbocho Subway Station, take a 5-minute walk from exit A7Opening Hours: (Daily) 11am - 3pm, 5pm to 8.30pm *Shop usually closes once the broth is sold outContact No. : 03-6811-7992 Halal Status : Halal-Certified  Nearby Prayer Places: 1. Prayer Room LAOX B1F (5-mins drive from Mazulu)Address:1 Chome-2-9 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan (located in LAOX Akihabara Main Shop)  2. Asakusa Mosque (25-minute drive from Mazulu)Address: 1 Chome-9-12 Higashiasakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0025, Japan So if you're planning to travel to Japan anytime soon, make sure you check out Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant because not only does it sell delicious food, but it's got rich history as well! Website Facebook  ...

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