Specializes in Curry and Biryani. 

Kowloon, Hong Kong



Specializes in Curry and Biryani. 


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53-55 Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


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  • Muslim Guide: Travel Hong Kong With Ease In This 21st Century

    Hong Kong is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia, with wonderful attractions and intriguing historical places that are worth exploring to satisfy the traveler in you. But what about Muslim-friendly travel to Hong Kong? A question that Muslim travelers have on their mind when it comes to finding Halal food and prayer places during their stay. But don’t postpone your trip just yet! Hong Kong has become more Muslim friendly in the recent years with a significant increase in excellent Halal food places to satiate your appetite. Additionally, most mosques in Hong Kong and prayer places are conveniently located in active areas of the city. Find Halal Restaurants in Hong Kong 13 Best Halal Food Places near you in Hong Kong Finding Halal Food Places in Hong Kong There is no doubt that food is a great reason to travel to Hong Kong and the local flavours are something that you simply must experience during your travels. However, pork and pork lard are usually used in food preparation and are a big part of the cuisine. Alternatively, you can go vegan or vegetarian while traveling to Hong Kong or stick to seafood as well. When in doubt, don’t hesitate to find out if non-Halal products will be part of the meal you ordered. While you might need to go the extra mile to locate Halal restaurants, you will still find some amazing places that serve up some delicious Halal food. The best thing about Hong Kong is that there is a variety when it comes to cuisines, so do check the international spot as well. Halal Food Spots In Hong Kong To Check Out Hong Kong is best known for unique dishes with great flavor that you might not find anywhere else. Wondering where you can find Halal food restaurants near you in Hong Kong? While finding Halal friendly options can be a bit of a task, Muslim travelers will soon realise that there are more options for Halal food or vegetarian options that you really can’t go wrong with. Check out some of the popular spots to get a taste of the local delights! Wai Kee Duck Rice Picture Credit: Justin Larissa, Just as the name suggests, this popular restaurant is best known for their traditional, delicious duck and rice and their lamb curry. Not only is the food Halal, this spot remains a favourite among locals as well, and you can enjoy some excellent food in a casual setting. Cuisine: Asian, ChineseAddress: Shop 5, Bowrington Road Cooked Food Centre, 1/F, Bowrington Road Market, 21 Bowrington Road, Wan ChaiOpening Hours: 10:00 am to 6:00 pmPrice/Price Range: HKD 38 – HKD 50Reservation: -Contact: +852 2574 1131   Islamic Centre Canteen The canteen can be found in the Ammar Mosque and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, so you can easily drop by after prayers. The Islamic Centre Canteen is another gem where you can taste some excellent dim sum or sample traditional Cantonese dishes. No worries here on whether the food is Halal. Every meal here is worth your money! You might even want to pack some in your bag before you continue with your journey. Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Dim SumAddress: 5/F, Masjid Ammar And Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, 40 Oi Kwan Road, Wan ChaiOpening Hours: 10:00am to 3:00pm (for dim sum), 6:00pm to 9:00pm (Cantonese menu)Price/Price Range: HKD 25 – HKD 40Reservation: -Contact: +852 2834 8211Website:   Ma's Restaurant A simple, casual spot to enjoy some excellent food, Ma’s restaurant is especially well-known for their veal goulash patties, lamb rolls, and meat curries. Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, XinjiangAddress: 21 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po, Hong KongOpening Hours: 11:30 am to 11:00 pmPrice/Price Range: HKD 50 – HKD 60Reservation: -Contact: +852 2787 6108   Prayer Places in Hong Kong Even though there are limited prayer spaces in public areas, Muslim travelers will be able to conveniently find mosques in Hong Kong near most of the main areas. As Hong Kong has become more Muslim-friendly combined with a growing Muslim population, it won’t be too hard to find prayer facilities. You can visit the following mosques or prayer spaces while you are on a visit to Hong Kong. Jamia Mosque Picture Credit:, Christopher DeWolf The Jamia Mosque is the oldest mosque in Hong Kong and stands out with its unique architecture among the more modern buildings, and you really can’t miss it. Also known as the Lascar Temple, this mosque was first opened in 1890 and can be reached easily from popular spots such as the Hong Kong Park, the Cenotaph, and Lion’s Pavilion. Address: 30 Shelley Street, Central, Hong KongOpening Hours: -Contact: +852 2523 7743Website:   Ammar Mosque and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre The Ammar Mosque is part of the Islamic Centre and has two separate prayer halls for men and women, while there is an ablution area located in the first floor. Address: 40 Oi Kwan Road, Morrison Hill, Hong KongOpening Hours: -Contact: +852 2575 2218Website:   Mezquita Kowloon Picture Credit: You cannot miss this impressive mosque in Kowloon that is located right next to Kowloon Park, where you can visit after you go sight-seeing. Address: 105 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong KongOpening Hours: -Contact: +852 2724 0095Website: Disneyland and Ocean Park If you are visiting some of the popular theme parks, you will be able to find convenient prayer places in Hong Kong especially in places such as Ocean Park and Disneyland Hong Kong. Disneyland Hong Kong Here, you'll be able to find Halal-certified meals at the Tahitian Terrace and the Explorer's Club Restaurant. While the meals at these restaurants may be costly, you might want to try the Halal-certified sides at the Main Street Market U.S.A. Muslim travelers will find a prayer room with a shared ablution area at Hong Kong Disneyland next to the Explorer’s Club Restaurant. Ocean Park Picture Credit: At Ocean Park, no need to worry about finding Halal-certified food because there are two restaurants that offer Halal food. The Club Panda serves savoury asian delights such as dim sum and barbecued dishes. Try their Halal Hainan Chicken Rice to fuel up after a long day! You can also find Halal food at Dive Into A Float at the Marine World.  Finally, there are prayer rooms with the marked Qibla direction in Ocean Park at the Guest Relations office as well.   Halal Food at Hong Kong International Airport Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits Picture Credit: If you are feeling a little hungry and still have some cash to spare, head down to Popeyes at the Terminal 1, Departure Level before boarding your flight back home! Address: Level 7, Departures Level, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport Restricted Area [Food Court after Departures (South)]Opening Hours: 6.30AM to 11.30PM (Everyday)Contact: +852 3171 1982 Old Town White Coffee Picture Credit: Or if you really miss some good old Malaysian food, pop by Old Town White Coffee at the Terminal 1, Departure Level (L6). This outlet is the brand's first outlet in Hong Kong. Don't miss trying pout their Old Town Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun! Address: Level 6, Departure Level, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport Restricted Area (Food Court near gate 40-80)Opening Hours: 7AM to 9PM (Everyday)Contact: +852 2261 0750 You will be pleased to know that you can find non-denominational prayer rooms at the Hong Kong International Airport. There is an ablution area too, while the Qibla directions are marked in the rooms. In conclusion, Muslim-friendly travel to Hong Kong is possible when you know where to find what you need – so start planning your trip soon! List of Halal Certified Food Places in Hong Kong Shopping in Hong Kong - The Ultimate Guide for Muslims...

  • 13 Best Halal Food Places near you in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is a well-known global Asian hub with a beautiful harbor that attracts many visitors. Due to increasing numbers of Muslim tourists, the Hong Kong Tourism Board began recognizing Muslim needs, playing an important role in creating a hospitable Muslim-friendly environment. While we know the Hong Kong dining scene is alive and recognised at the forefront of culinary standards worldwide, Halal food places are rather limited.  However, in spite of this, the few restaurants available are not lacking behind in terms of taste and flavour. Despite being a predominantly Chinese city, Islam has been practiced in Hong Kong for more than 175 years since the British Hong Kong era. Today, about 300,000 Muslims live in Hong Kong, coming from a diverse background including Muslims from south of Mainland China, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, especially Indonesian Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs) in particular. Muslim travelers can explore the delicious cuisine in areas where Halal food is commonly available such as around where mosques are situated (Wan Chai, Nathan Road in Kowloon) and where Muslim ethnic groups in Hong Kong reside. The Hong Kong Halal food and restaurant guide below covers eateries in the Hong Kong Island, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Mongkok, Hong Kong Airport, and tourist attractions such as Disneyland. This guide excludes Kebab House and Ebeneezer chains which scatter around Hong Kong, as well as Indian & Pakistani shops. In this guide, finding Halal food in multi-ethnic Hong Kong means you can explore not just Halal Canton cooking, but also Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Indonesian cuisine. Alternatively, there are plenty of vegetarian and vegan joints such as cafes, Buddhist and Indian restaurants which can be found there, other than the recommendations below. As a note, please be advised that major international food chains in Hong Kong (KFC, McDonald's) are not Halal certified. Be mindful that you need to know the unspoken rule of dining out in Hong Kong - be prepared to share tables if you happen to dine in the local outlets. Knowing a few Cantonese phrases, such as Ngóh m̀h'sihk jyū (I don’t eat pork) or Ngóh jihnghaih sihk chīngjān yéh (I only eat Halal food) may come handy! Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Hong Kong   via GIPHY   Halal Chinese Food – Hong Kong Island. 1. Islamic Centre Canteen Picture Credit: Islamic Centre Canteen opened in 1981 and is situated on the 5th floor of a local mosque or Islamic centre (you are advised to dress appropriately). Take the lift, or the stairs for a pre-meal exercise, and then you will be seated in one of the roundtables. Open from breakfast till dinner, do come early and avoid coming after 2.30pm for a good selection of dim sum. It is known for being ‘the only place for Halal Cantonese cuisine in town’. Order any dim sum you fancy (we love the steamed glutinous rice with chicken in lotus leaf), and other rice, noodles or Canton stir-fried dishes. via GIPHY This joint is reserved for Muslims only from Friday to Sunday, and Public Holidays. Address: 5/F, Masjid Ammar And Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, 40 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, Yat Sin St, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.Website: 2. LockCha Tea House LockCha Tea House is a charming place where you can experience some tranquility in the heart of the busy city while enjoying freshly-made vegetarian dim sum. The dim sum comes in a small size from a rather small menu selection - so it’s easy to choose from. via GIPHY LockCha Tea House provides a hundred teas for you to choose to soothe yourself. Aimed to revive the traditional canton-style teahouse, here at LockCha you will lock yourself away from worldly matters, and even be entertained by live Chinese music - if you come on Sunday during tea time (4:30 - 6:30 p.m). Address: Ground Floor, The K.S. Lo Gallery, Hong Kong Park, Admiralty, Hong Kong.Website: 3. Wai Kee Picture credit - Wai Kee is a hidden gem inside a local-affair food centre. It is said that you cannot leave Hong Kong without tasting its roast duck delicacy, therefore this unpretentious joint is a real delicacy to savour. via GIPHY Enter by the side, then take the lift or stairs to the food centre from the first floor. Order the popular roast duck with rice or noodle. The tender mutton curry will also not disappoint you. Address: Shop 5, Bowrington Rd, Cooked Food Centre, 1/F, Bowrington Rd Market, 21 Bowrington Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. 4. Warung Malang Drop by at this humble Warung Malang if you feel like having a different dining experience from the local Chinese cuisine. Indonesian expats flock to this joint because the menu is authentic and fresh. From satay to soup-based dishes (soto, rawon); a variety of snacks and colourful desserts, Warung Malang will not disappoint you. via GIPHY Address: 2/F, Dragon Rise, 9-11 Pennington St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.Website: Halal Chinese Food in Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok. 5. Ma’s Restaurant Photo credit - Ma is a Halal certified restaurant that is well-established. Popular among locals and tourists alike – it is high on the list of the top Halal eateries in Hong Kong, and could be the closest thing to Xinjiang Muslim cooking in Hong Kong that you can find. via GIPHY The set lunch menu is a good value where you pick a side, and a main dish, together with a choice of drink. Very well-known for its tender curry beef brisket with rice and veal goulash pastry. Don’t hesitate to try Shanghainese fried noodle with mutton as it is uncommon elsewhere in Hong Kong. Good meal portion, so do arrive with a big appetite. Address: G/F, 21-25 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. 6. Hung's Chinese Restaurant Picture Credit - A Hazet, Hung’s Chinese Restaurant is a small joint inside Chungkin Mansion, not far from the Kowloon Mosque. With an impressive array of Chinese cuisine on the menu, you can dine while enjoying the free Wi-fi service. via GIPHY Their special stir-fry dishes includes distinguished Chinese caterpillar fungus flowers, stir-fried with chicken and fish maw mushroom & vegetables.  Embark on a Chinese culinary adventure! Address: G/F, Shop 14, Chungking Mansion, No.36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. 7. Islam Food Picture Credit - Islam Food is an old establishment since the 1950s which began when owner Old Mr. Ma sold beefcakes, fried dumplings, and salted soya drinks. Credit goes to Old Mr. Ma’s who learnt how to make a Pakistani curry while working at Police Station No.7 in Sheung Wan for Muslim Police Officers back in the 1930s, thanks to whom we can now enjoy delicious curry in Hong Kong. via GIPHY Its popularity among locals is evident from its various local food awards. Their signature dish may look similar to other Halal Chinese restaurants (such as veal goulash and curry lamb chop), but their hot & sour soup and cold cut platter (spiced beef shank, tripe, tendon, chicken, jellyfish/ox-tongue) may also interest the adventurous foodie. Be sure to try the succulent xiao long bau (steamed beef dumpling). This restaurant has two outlets. Address:G/F, No. 1 Lung Kong Rd, Kowloon City, Kowloon, Hong Kong.G/F, No. 33-35 Tak Ku Ling Rd, Kowloon City, Kowloon, Hong Kong.Website:   Other Halal Food in Tsim Sha Tsui 8. Istanbul Kebab Picture Credit - Istanbul Kebab invites you into a small joint, but you will feast over a delicious range of well-marinated kebabs from Adana to Istanbul. via GIPHY Kebabs aside, this joint also serves the classic Turkish dishes with flair, such as stuffed cabbage, stuffed grape leaves and stuffed eggplant. Your craving for Mediterranean cuisine will surely be satisfied at Istanbul Kebab. Address: Shop 1A, G/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Mansion 36-50 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.Website:  9. Casablanca Restaurant & Café Photo credit - Casablanca Restaurant & Café provides you with dining in a relaxed and comfortable environment. A beautifully decorated shop that represents exotic Morocco and Southern Spain, you don’t need to take another North Africa getaway just yet. via GIPHY You will discover their specialties such as a variety of tagines and seafood paella among other kebab dishes.Address: Floor 6, Ashley Center, 23-25 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Website:   Halal Food in Disneyland There are 3 Halal-certified outlets at Hong Kong Disneyland Park, of which 2 are listed below (Main Street Market is another one). 10. Tahitian Terrace Picture Credit - As it name suggests, expect a tropical Polynesia ambiance where you can dine in an open-air veranda or green courtyard, but don’t be surprised that Tahitian Terrace offers Asian specialties – Indian, Singaporean, Thai and Malaysian cuisine under one roof. via GIPHY Here you can rest your tired legs and pick from any combo dishes such as tandoori chicken, lemongrass chicken steak, chicken satay, laksa rice noodle soup, green curry or roast chicken with tomato sauce. Address: Adventureland, Hong Kong Disneyland Park, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Website:  11. Explorer’s Club Restaurant Explorer’s Club Restaurant invites you to embark on 4 international cuisines in 5 rooms themed to exotic locales - Indonesian, Korean, South East Asian and Japan. via GIPHY Encounter abundance of great foods from bento box to shabu-shabu, biryani rice to chicken rice. This restaurant will satisfy any of your tantalized taste buds, and fuel you well to continue on your Disneyland adventure. Address: Mystic Point, Hong Kong Disneyland Park, Lantau Island, Hong Kong.Website:   Halal Food - Hong Kong International Airport There are 2 Halal certified eateries at the airport; of which Malaysian popular household name Old Town White Coffee is one of them. Other than these, there are 2 nearby airport hotels with restaurants that provide Halal certified meals; SkyCity Bistro, Marriot Hotel (ala carte all day dining) and Regala Café & Dessert Bar, Regal Airport Hotel (selected Halal menu at the buffet). 12. Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits Photo credit - While KFC is not Halal-certified in Hong Kong, you will appreciate that the Popeyes joint satisfies a quick pre-departure bite. via GIPHY This international chain is the world’s second largest quick-service chicken concept, capitalizing on its cajun culinary heritage cooked in its unique New Orleans style. Address: 7E161, Level 7, Departures Level, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport Restricted Area.Website:  13. Old Town White Coffee Photo credit - This popular outlet needs no detailed introduction! via GIPHY Old Town serves authentic South East Asian food from simple toast, to a delicious range of bowl noodle dishes; Ipoh chicken hor fun, curry noodle, Javanese noodle, and prawn noodle - all you can enjoy at the Hong Kong Airport. Address: Food Court near Gate 40-80, Departures Level 6, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport Restricted Area.Website:  Go on a Halal Trip with us to Hong Kong Find a Mosque near you in Hong Kong...

  • 7 Amazing Destinations to Visit for Chinese New Year Holiday 2018

    What are the best places to travel to for a Chinese New Year getaway in 2018? The Chinese New Year will fall on 16th February 2018 starting off the Year of the Dog. With the dates getting closer, taking a trip to experience colourful, vibrant celebrations will be fun. This traditional holiday is also known as the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival and is celebrated worldwide with festivities that are unique to the destinations. Check out the places listed below to find out which one is perfect for your next trip Credit-   1. Hong Kong, China Hong Kong should be your first stop if you are wondering where to celebrate the Chinese New Year in China itself. The three-day celebrations are with blended ancient traditions and customs with some modern elements too, complete with festivities, traditional performances and dancers in colourful costumes. The highlights of the celebrations include the spectacular fireworks at Victoria Harbour. Don’t miss the evening parade that goes through Tsim Sha Tsui that features vivid, colourful floats along with dragon and lion dancers too. Picture Credit - Hong Kong has become more Muslim friendly, making it easy to find Halal food places near you and sample the delicious local cuisines.The Chinese New Year is the best time to try out unique traditional food too. With a growing Muslim population, there are decent numbers of mosques in Hong Kong – such as the Kowloon Mosque. Click here for more Information on Hong Kong Find nearby Halal food places in Hong Kong Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Hong Kong     2. Beijing, China If you can’t make it to Hong Kong, do travel to Beijing to join in the celebrations where the biggest festivities take place with dancers, parades and more. There is just so much to see here and just admire the city that is beautifully decorated with red lanterns for the Chinese New Year. Do drop by the temple fairs for a truly amazing cultural experience or check out the athletic competitions that will be held at most parks – tourists can join in too! You can’t miss the fireworks display that beautifully lights up the whole city at night. Picture Credit Muslim travellers will be pleased to know that there are several Halal restaurants located throughout Beijing – especially in Wangfujing Snack Street, where you can taste the local flavours. There are no worries when it comes to mosques or prayer facilities either – since Beijing has the highest Muslim population in China. Click here for more Information on Beijing Find nearby Halal food places in Beijing Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Beijing   3. Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok’s Chinatown comes alive during the Chinese New Year where the streets are lively with bright red decorations and lanterns – and celebrations take place with dance and cultural performances as well. This is the largest celebration in Bangkok which last for three days. From colourful, lively parades with the famous dragon dancers, floats and acrobatic performances to a massive fireworks display – you cannot miss these fun festivities. Picture Credit- If you are looking for a cheap destination during the Chinese New Year – pay a visit to Bangkok. Additionally, Halal eateries can be easily found in Bangkok, and there are several mosques located within the city too. Click here for more Information on Bangkok Find nearby Halal food places in Bangkok Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Bangkok     4. Singapore If you prefer a short trip during the Chinese new year – you can enjoy the holiday in Singapore where the celebrations are quite fun too. Singapore is among the most Muslim-friendly destinations ever – so there are no worries at all when it comes to Halal eating outlets and finding prayer facilities and mosques. Picture Credit - Since 1987, celebrations in the River hongbao event at Marina Bay have become more magnificent with lively dances, performances and amazing fireworks too. Don’t miss out on Chinatown which will be beautifully decorated during the Chinese New Year. From acrobats, performances and parades – what could be more fun? Of course, the major highlight is the famous Chingay Parade with dragon dancers, brightly coloured floats and stilt walkers too. Singapore is known for being culturally diverse and the celebrations reflect this when everyone comes together to celebrate this holiday. Click here for more Information on Singapore Find nearby Halal food places in Singapore Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Singapore     5. Sydney, Australia The Chinese New Year is one of the most awaited events in Sydney – where the festivities last for three long weeks in Chinatown! One of the major highlights of the celebrations includes the dragon boat race at Cockle Bay where ornamental boats sail to drum beats. Don’t miss the massive parade of floats, lanterns and the colourful dragon and lion dancers. The celebrations at Sydney are filled with fun events such as martial arts demonstrations, karaoke competitions and so much more. Picture Credit - The city is very Muslim-friendly as well, and it’s easy to find Mosques and prayer places near you. Locating Halal eateries in Sydney won’t be an issue either. Click here for more Information on Sydney Find nearby Halal food places in Sydney Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Sydney   6. London, United Kingdom London is another ideal destination for a short trip during the Chinese New Year 2018 – and supposedly where the largest celebrations are held outside Asia. The festivities take place in Chinatown, Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square while live performances can be seen at Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road. However, the main celebrations take place in Trafalgar Square where you can watch traditional performance and dancers, where there is plenty of entertainment for everyone. The amazing parade with brightly coloured floats starts off a with a lively dragon and lion dance in Charing Cross Road and then proceeds through Chinatown – you should not miss this. Picture Credit - London also has a high Muslim population and finding Halal eating outlets, prayer facilities and mosques will be quite easy too. Click here for more Information on London Find nearby Halal food places in London Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in London     7. San Francisco, United States The Chinese New Year Celebrations in San Francisco is best known for its magnificent parade, which is among the largest ones outside Asia and is worth visiting the city for. Being one of the top ten parades in the world, the Chinese New Year night parade features vibrant floats, drummers, acrobats and stilt walkers too. But the major highlight is the Golden Dragon that is 268 foot long and has to be operated by a team one-hundred people. Picture Credit - Additionally, there is no issue to find Mosques and prayer places near you and Halal restaurants can be easily located in San Francisco too. Click here for more Information on San Francisco Find nearby Halal food places in San Francisco Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in San Francisco So now you know where to go during Chinese New Year in 2018 – take your pick from the destinations listed above!...

  • 5 Places to Get Your Halal Dim Sum Fix in Singapore

    Dim Sum is traditionally served by the Chinese during tea time. Usually served on plates or more traditionally, in steamer baskets, these are a collection of small portions of food such as steamed buns, rice noodle rolls, dumplings, and more. Here are the 5 Halal eateries where you can get your fix of Halal Dim Sum in Singapore!   1) Tang Tea House Tang Tea House is one of the top choices for Halal Dim Sum in Singapore, no doubt! With plenty of space to accommodate large groups, you also have the option of dining inside in the air-conditioned area, or in the outdoor dining area. The food is always served fresh, warm and mouthwatering no matter what you try, like their crispy bee hoon or chicken rice. But one thing you cannot miss is, of course, their Halal dim sum - chicken dumplings, siew mai, chicken pau, and many more! Don't be afraid to indulge in your favorite Dim Sums as their prices are reasonable and definitely give you good value for money.   Address: 242 Jalen Kayu, Singapore 799466 Contact: 6483 2298   Address: 357/359 Bedok Road, Singapore 469545 Contact: 6445 9100   Address: 414 Jurong West St 42, #01-783, Singapore 640414 Contact: 6493 2522   Address: Address: 57 Lorong Bekukong, Singapore 499173 Contact: 6386 4859 Click here for more information about Tang Tea House   2) Kowloon Express   Kowloon Express is another great Muslim-owned Dim Sum restaurant in Singapore which has garnered well-raved reviews. Located at the Clementi neighbourhood, you are able to get amazing food for good value. When you're there, you'll be spoilt for choices. Their dim sum menu consists of mouthwatering options like Charcoal Golden Sand Pau - filled with the infamous salted egg, Chilli Crab Pau and Shrimp Har Kow among many others. Other menu items that you should try includes their Chicken Porridge, Wanton Noodles and Hong Kong Stir Fried Noodles. Yummy!   Address: 321 Clementi, #01-01, Eng Wah Cinema Mall, Singapore 129905 Contact: +65 6250 0833 Click here for more information about Kowloon Express    3) Streats Hong Kong Café   A restaurant serving Western and Asian cuisines, including Chinese, Streats Hong Kong Cafe is also a great place to get Halal dim sum in Singapore. It is a Halal-certified restaurant, with an extensive menu of traditional Asian dishes and of course, dim sum. Their dim sum menu includes Chicken Siew Mai, Pan-Fried Chicken Dumpling and Deep Fried Prawn Dumpling. But when you're there, you shouldn't miss on their mains such as the Macau Chicken Chop Fried Rice and Basil Leaves Minced Chicken Set which have received great reviews. They promise to serve good food that comes with good service - no doubt they've achieved that with numerous positive reviews online.   Address: Multiple Locations Contact: +65 6292 4748 Click here for more information about Streats Hong Kong Café     4) Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House   A great atmosphere, prompt and friendly service, plenty of space to accommodate large groups and utterly delicious food. What more could you ask for? Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House is an eatery that serves a wide variety of cuisines including Western, Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisines - all at reasonable prices. At the East Coast outlet, you can also choose to sit outside and enjoy the oceanfront view as you chow down on incredible dishes. Choose from their extensive menu - Ayam Penyet, BBQ Stingray, Rendang, or go western with Fish & Chips. Complete your meal with some delicious dim sums - Siew Mai, Har Gow, Law Mai Kai, Chicken Dumpling and many more.   Address: 1202 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449881 Contact: +65 6876 5911   Address: 340 Bedok Road, Singapore 469520Contact: +65 6246 1211 Click here for more information about Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House   5) The Dim Sum Place Just from its name, you know what they specialise in - Dim Sum! The Dim Sum Place offers authentic Halal Cantonese cuisine with a twist to suit the local palate. Whatever they’re doing, they should keep doing it, because it is one of the raved places to get Halal Dim Sum. Their menu consists of wonderful dishes like Beef Congee, Pan Fried Carrot Cake and Wanton Noodle Soup. And how can you leave The Dim Sum Place without trying their Dim Sums? Go ahead and order their Molten Salted Egg Custard Pau, Siew Mai, or the all-time-favorite egg tart.   Address: 791 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198759 Contact: +65 6655 8787 Click here for more information about The Dim Sum Place     ...

  • Shopping in Hong Kong - The Ultimate Guide for Muslims

    Hong Kong is world renowned for offering the ultimate shopping experience. Home to countless international brands, and a variety of fantastic local retail outlets, Hong Kong is a shopaholic’s paradise. While clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, luggage and electronics is what the city is known for, visitors will be able to find pretty much anything they wish for, here. But with so many places to visit, how do tourists only pick a couple? Hailed as Hong Kong’s most popular place to shop, Causeway Bay is packed to the brim with shopping malls, boutiques, department stores, markets and kiosks, which are known to close quite late at night. Ranging from expensive to affordable, the retail outlets at Causeway Bay have something for everyone. While up-scale goods can be found at Lee Gardens One & Two, Fashion Walk and Times Square, more affordable items are sold at SOGO Department Store, Island Beverly Center and World Trade Center. Causeway Bay also has a street market, namely; Jardine’s Crescent. Those paying a visit to this roadside market will find everything from bags and accessories to household items and clothing, all of which must be bargained for. Admiralty, Central and SoHo offers five-star shopping and is thus frequented by a more well to do crowd. Trim Sha Tsui is a shopping area filled with shops, malls, boutiques and markets. It also happens to be home to the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong - Harbour City. Located on Canton Road, the mall features a variety of internationally known designer stores, such as Prada, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Yves Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Versace. There are also plenty of other shopping malls, and more affordable boutiques in Trim Sha Tsui. While here, a visit to Nathan Road - home to a mix of international and local brands, jewelry stores, stores selling golden ornaments, as well as a variety of fantastic restaurants - is an absolute must. For a true local shopping experience, tourists must visit at least a few of the numerous markets in Hong Kong. Visit Cat Street for antiques, Chun Yeung Market – a wet market, for fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and meats, Dried Seafood Street for dried seafood used in Chinese cooking, Jade Market for jade stones, Ko Shing Street for Chinese herbal medicines, Li Yuen Street East and West for clothing and accessories, Stanley Market for an assortment of goods, and Tai Yuen Street for classic toys. One of the most popular markets in the Hong Kong is however the Temple Street Night Market; named after a temple located on the street. This atmospheric market is full of antiques, clothing, electronics, watches, trinkets and souvenirs. There is also a selection of restaurants and food stalls to choose from. Authentic Chinese dishes including those with fresh seafood, can be found at almost every eatery. Tourists can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the market while seated on plastic stools, devouring some delicious dishes from one of these food stall. Other well known shopping areas in Honk Kong include; Mong Kok, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon East and Kowloon West. .     ...

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