Chinese Muslim Food In Malaysia

What You Find When You Jump Over The Great Wall Of China

Our Story

This is the story of K and his wife H.

One day, K and H thought of doing business together. Since K loves to eat food from his hometown in China, and H has to learn how to cook her husband’s food, they decided maybe it’s not such a bad idea to start a food business from home.

But before jumping straight into the Chinese Muslim food business, they spent months learning how to cook the food.

In 2017, K and H started Kaijia China Kampung Muslim Food and now they have an outlet in Arked Angkasa, UTM Skudai. They do entertain events and catering requests, so if you are keen to know more, please whassap them at 012 261 1175.

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