We are from the ancient city of Hezhou (CHINA), which aims to promote the traditional halal food culture of Northwest China and bring you the delicious food of our hometown.Babao tea, beef noodles, tasted cuisine, welcome everyone to taste Chinese Muslim halal food!
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Location: 66, Jalan 8/23e, Taman Danau Kota, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
HCCF by Zara Agnes provides a range of Halal Chinese Confinement Food products & services with a focus on quickening recovery during postpartum and post-surgery confinement.
We passionately ensure our recipes are Halal-prepared while maintaining the essential herbs and ingredients that provide the nutritions needed for a speedy recovery after childbirth and/or major surgery.
Location: 10-1, Jalan 27/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.
We passed by Restoran Norazlina Chong so many times but we never got the chance to try any of their food.
Now that we know they have delivery options – foodpanda, deliver eat and hungry, we’ll insha’Allah put them in our bucket list when we’re in KL again.
So what would be the 1st thing we’d try? Their duck! Mainly because it’s not that easy to find halal duck. Oh, and they even have vacuum-packed ones. That makes it more convenient for us to enjoy it whenever and wherever we want!
For those who are keen to try any of their food, you may refer to this post taken from their Facebook page – Restoran Norazlina Chong.
………any name you know it by, is glutinous rice dumpling cooked in bamboo leaves usually eaten during the 5th day of the 5th Month on the Chinese lunar calendar.
I have always loved bak chang (rice dumpling with savory filling) the best ones made by my late grandmothers ‘Ah Ma’ and ‘Por Por’. I did not learn the art then. As a Muslim revert, I had only memories of the delicacy for many years – never coming across a good (or easily available) Halal bak chang.
Thanks to my neighbor Aunty Chong who in the 1980s painstakingly taught me in my own kitchen the intricacies and challenges of making it. Since then my family, friends and I get to enjoy this Chinese festival favourite all year round – HALAL, and close to the ones I remember relishing as a child. You can also enjoy the same.
Order quantity: min 10 pieces @RM4.50 each Order time: 3 days ahead Good for Breakfast, Tea, an On-the- go Snack or ‘buah tangan’,
A) Chicken + Chinese mushroom + Dried Shrimps + Black Eye bean +Water chestnuts and/or
B) ‘Sambal Udang Kering’ (Spicy, mildly hot dried shrimps)
Best eaten hot after steaming. Keeps well at room temperature for 3 days, and refrigerated for up to 14 days.
Stumbled upon this restaurant on my news feed. The irony is, we always pass by the restaurant in KL but we never make the effort to visit it. I guess we’re really not that hyped about Chinese Muslim food anymore.
Then again, that didn’t stop us from stalking their Facebook page.
Just look at their fancy shmancy menu! We super love the vibrant colours, overall design and layout. Not to mention, the food photos look highly inviting. Prices are pretty reasonable too.Read More »