So you read our blog and went through our Chinese Muslim food businesses directory. While some of us would make every attempt to travel just for food, a handful of us would rather save ourselves the trouble of travelling so much, preferring to have the food delivered to us.
But why do some people choose to have food delivered to them? Well, it can be any or a combination of the following reasons.
In Malaysia. we are extremely blessed because finding halal food is a walk in the park. Whether it’s Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, or Western cuisine, most of the time you can easily find halal variations of it, especially in big cities like Kuala Lumpur, Georgetown, and Johor Bahru.
But for K, it wasn’t that easy for him. Back in China, most of the restaurants and fast food giants like KFC and McDonald’s aren’t Muslim-friendly, so it took him a while to come to the realisation that these fast food joints are in fact halal in Malaysia. In fact, he used to only eat at restaurants that carry the halal logo.
Now if you are a foreigner and are not sure on how to determine whether a particular restaurant in Malaysia is serving halal food, here’s a quick guide that would insha’Allah make it easier for you.
Landed safely in Hong Kong and took the public transport to reach my crib at Causeway Bay. The great thing about Hong Kong was that it was fairly easy to get around and I didn’t even have to ask for directions.
Soon enough I was greeted by the sweet succulent smell of insatiable food. Halal Chinese food. And I was smitten by it. Totally smitten that I couldn’t even care to edit this only photo of the food which my friend ordered. Before I knew it, I had gobbled down everything.
Muslims traveling to Hong Kong should definitely come by here for halal Chinese food.
Islamic Centre Canteen, 5/F., Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, 40 Oi Kwan Rd., Wanchai, Hong Kong, China