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Products: Chee Cheong Fun, Char Koay Kak, Angku Kuih, Kuih Chang

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Finding The 3 Best Chinese Muslim Food Products To Try In 2021: On Shopee Malaysia

In today's post, we will list down 3 Chinese Muslim products that we plan to purchase through Shopee Malaysia by year end, insha'Allah.

Naturally, we would list Kaijia as one of the best Chinese Muslim products you can find on Shopee Malaysia to try in 2021. But this post isn’t about us. In today’s post, we will list down 3 Chinese Muslim products that we plan to purchase through Shopee Malaysia by year end, insha’Allah.

The reason behind this post is we’ve been seeing more people selling Chinese Muslim food products online. We think that it’s a good move and this is our way of showing our support and giving them the extra mileage. Let’s get on to our list, shall we?

HALAL Sosej Ayam Cina Muslim Chinese Muslim Street Food Chinese Chicken Sausage Lap Cheong

To tell you the truth, we have never tried lap cheong. That’s mainly because it’s not easy to find halal lap cheong anywhere in Malaysia. Like, you can’t go to your neighbourhood shopping mall or supermarket and expect to find halal lap cheong.

Since we’ve never tried it, we won’t know what to expect. We have all sorts of questions running through our head. How would it taste like? Would the halal lap cheong taste as authentic as the real deal? Could we stomach it?

All questions aside, the reviews sounded good though and we have to say, the photos do look strikingly similar to the non-halal version.


Now this is something that we are extremely familiar with. There’s just something delectable about green beans tausa pia. The delicate layers of the pastry, the perfect blend of the sweetness and saltiness of the green beans, you just have to try it to fall in love with it.

The ones that we tried before this are mostly made in Ipoh, but it’d be nice to try these homemade ones for a change. The seller has great reviews and the tausa pia do look proper. We are quite amazed that the buyers managed to receive the tausa pia in good condition.

If 10 pieces are too many, the seller sells it in 6 pieces too. We’d probably get the 6 pieces trip pack so we can try different types of tausa pia. Available in pandan, green bean, red bean, and chicken floss.

Halal Chinese Vercemille Sour & Spicy

Confession time. We are not big fans of instant noodles. In fact, we can count how often we have it in a year. This year alone, we’ve only had it three times! So why did this make it into our list?


Not too long ago, we bought a pack of حلال MANSIWEI HALAL smell-les river snails rice noodle Luosifen 曼私味无臭清真螺蛳粉中国正宗柳州特产酸辣螺丝粉米线320gChina Food from Shopee. We wrote our experience here Shopping at Mr. Isa Halal (ManSiWei Official Store) and since then, we’ve been curious to try out a couple more halal instant noodles manufactured in China.

This seller only has one review, but has sold 100 packs of the instant noodles at the time of writing. We’ll try a pack and see how it goes.

Would you be interested to try any of these products? Let us know in the comments section!

Kaijia: Places To Buy Kaijia Muslim Food Products

Sometimes, people ask where can they buy our products? Here’s a quick guide for those curious to know.

From our store

Our store is located at Lot 12, Arked Angkasa, UTM Skudai. It’ll reopen in the first quarter of 2022, insha’Allah.

From our online stores

At the moment, we are selling at Shopee Malaysia and Lazada Malaysia.

We want to sell from our website too, though we haven’t decided when that’d be.

From our agents and resellers

Swee Siang Cake House: 33, Jln Tasek 60, Bandar Seri Alam, Masai 81750 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Tuzra Food: No 23, Jalan Indah 23/4, Taman Bukit Indah 79100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

MixedBag: Kota Damansara (Pre-Order)

Note: We are looking for more people and places to put our products. Let us know if you’re interested or if you’d like to collaborate.

I have questions!

Ask away! You can leave a comment here, reach us at any of our social pages, email, or whassap. Click here for the links.

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AddressNo. 12A-1, Jalan Bangi Avenue 1/8. Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia


Products: Puerh Green Tea, Yunnan White Tea, Wild Red Tea, Tea Set, Mee Sejuk Yunnan

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How To Get Listed On Halal Chinese Food In Malaysia?

With the easing of the MCO in Malaysia, we’re seeing more people visiting our website to find the names and addresses of halal Chinese restaurants in their area.

More Chinese food businesses have also approached us to get their details updated.

If you’re a Chinese food business selling halal food and products…

We’d love to list your business in our online directories. Currently, we have online directories for Chinese Muslim restaurants & food businesses in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. We are still working on the list for China.

Or if you know of any Chinese food businesses selling halal food and products…

Please direct them to us so we can list them in our online directories for Chinese Muslim restaurants & food businesses.

What’s the catch?

Being in the Chinese Muslim food business ourselves, we know how tough the past 2 years had been. As a way to keep up with the times, we had to embrace the change and pivot our business model. It wasn’t an easy decision for us, yet Alhamdulillah, we made it and we are still at it.

However, we know that there are Chinese Muslim food businesses out there that may still be struggling to run or resume their business. Because of that, we want to do our part and list them in our online directory.

Benefits of getting listed on ‘Halal Chinese Food In Malaysia’

  1. Our readers get to find out what are the nearest Chinese Muslim food businesses to them and share the details to their family and friends.
  2. Chinese Muslim food businesses get to tap on our readers and their network, further increasing their online presence and the possibility of getting new customers.

How much do you charge?

Nothing. We don’t charge Chinese food businesses selling halal food and products anything to get listed in our online directories for Chinese Muslim restaurants & food businesses.

We only charge Chinese food businesses selling halal food and products if they decide to advertise and work with us.

Reach us by commenting, emailing us at kaijiafood@gmail.com, or contacting us via our ‘Contact‘ page.

Continue to stay safe everyone!

Link Roundup #20: Top 3 Chinese Muslim Food Links

Hello Chinese Muslim food lovers! With news that China would be opening its doors to foreigners soon, guess it only makes sense to feature news related to finding halal food in China. Here’s this month’s Chinese Muslim food link roundup!

Halal Restaurants

This is by far one of the most comprehensive online directory we have ever found with an extensive list of halal restaurants in China. It lists down the restaurant name, address, phone number, location, cuisine, payment options, business hours, and how to get there.

Scroll all the way below to find halal food (Muslim restaurants) in Beijing, Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Guilin, Guiyang, Hefei, Hohhot, Hangzhou, Haikou, Harbin, Jinan, Kashgar, Kunming, Lanzhou, Luoyang, Nanjing, Nanning, Qingdao, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Suzhou, Sanya, Shenyang, Tibet, Taiyuan, Urumqi, Wuhan, Xiamen, Xining, Xian, Yinchuan, and Zhengzhou.

Muslim Restaurants in China

Now you’ve gotten the list of restaurants to go to, how would you know which one serves the best food? In this website, you can find articles telling you the famous restaurants in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Xian and Suzhou.

Famous Halal Dishes in China

We can’t remember whether we’ve featured this link. But hey, there’s not harm in sharing it again. In this article, they write about the famous halal dishes in China including the ever-popular Big Plate Chicken, Lamian and Beef Noodle Soup.

Are you planning a trip to China in 2022? If the answer is a yes, then we hope this month’s link roundup would make it easier for you to find halal food to try in China. Take care and stay safe!

Kaijia: Are We Open For Business?

We’ve been receiving enquiries asking whether we’ve reopened our eatery at UTM, Skudai.

At the moment, our eatery is still closed. However we do intend to reopen in the first quarter of 2022, insha’Allah.

Are you going to sell the same products?

The answer is no as we will be doing a complete revamp of our eatery. We’ve been ramping up efforts to come up with the new concept as well as a new menu for the past few months. In fact, we are still doing it.

New year, new start, new concept, new menu. Just run by the same people and possibly a greater level of awesomeness.

In the meantime, be sure to follow our social pages for updates!

Quick links:

Website: http://www.kaijiamuslimfood.com

Lazada: https://www.lazada.com.my/shop/kaijiafood/

Shopee: https://shopee.com.my/kaijiafood

All Links: https://linktr.ee/kaijiamuslimfood

Link Roundup #19: Top 3 Chinese Muslim Food Links

Hello Chinese Muslim food lovers! It’s another round of Chinese Muslim food link roundup! These are some of the news that we took an interest in for the month of September.

Chinese Halal food producers eager to invest in Pakistan

The last part of the article says that; ‘Pakistani and Chinese people share some preferences in terms of food. For example, Sichuan food features spicy flavor, which exactly meets the preference of Pakistani people.’.

For the longest time ever, there is a misconception that Chinese food isn’t spicy. The statement in the article pretty much debunked that.

Culinary skills a boon for hotel exec-turned-chef

Moving closer to home, this is a heartwarming story of how a former hotel exec came up with her very own sweet and savoury homemade halal dumplings business. The dumplings here refer to the 粽子, or commonly known as chang.

We actually did an article of places in Malaysia and Singapore where you can purchase halal chang from. Here’s a quick reference for those interested to make any purchases: Where to Find Halal Chang in Malaysia, Where to Find Halal Chang in Singapore

Couple Sells Halal Kway Chap With Beef Short Ribs From Home

Here’s another feel good story, just that it’s from across the causeway. The owners of Peranakan Kway Chap are Muslims. Despite using beef, instead of pork, they managed to make the halal version of the kway chap that tastes similar to the original Peranakan Chinese dish.

That sums it up! Let us know if you come across any interesting links lately.

List: Chinese Muslim Restaurants In Terengganu

Scroll down below or do a quick search for Chinese Muslim Restaurants in Terengganu via our search bar.

For restaurants in other states in Malaysia, click here for the complete list.

Note: Please notify us of any Chinese Muslim restaurants that we missed. Thanks!

Last updated on 21 September 2021.

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