We usually order the noodles there, but occasionally, we’d order the dishes to bring home. Extremely convenient when we need that super quick China-style food fix, but we would rather not slog in the kitchen.
Price-wise, the restaurant has increased it over the years, but it’s still alright. The cleanliness and ambiance is excellent. As for service, the staff are prompt with our orders. Then again, we usually go there during non-peak hours, so that could contribute to the promptness.
Other plus points for Qing Fang Noodle House include they have a surau and they offer a good selection of food items on their menu.
Whether you are looking for noodles, rice dishes, soups, or specialty drinks, they have got you covered.
We were in Seremban so we decided to consult Google for the nearest Chinese Muslim restaurant. To tell you the truth, we didn’t think there’d be any. Google proved us wrong because Mee Hiris China Muslim was just 15 minutes away from us! Without a moment’s hesitation, we made our way there.
If you’re using Google Maps, you may face some difficulties in finding the restaurant’s exact location. Fret not, as long as you’ve reached Giant Senawang, finding Mee Hiris China Muslim will be easier. Just drive behind Giant Senawang and you will soon spot the restaurant’s huge green-coloured signage.
Out of the many China-style Chinese Muslim restaurants we’ve been too, Lamb Shepherd Chinese Muslim Cuisine remains to be one of our favourites.
Run and owned by Chinese Muslims from China, the restaurant has been in operation for years and the food quality has always been consistently wonderful. Price-wise, it’s affordable and portions are good. Getting here is fairly easy as it’s within 15 to 20 mins walking distance from Wangsa Maju LRT station. There is also ample parking, except it might be a little difficult during working hours.
Another feel good factor about Lamb Shepherd Chinese Muslim Cuisine is they have a surau. Highly convenient for those who haven’t performed their prayers.
K and I usually order the noodles when we’re there. To be honest, we don’t have a favourite dish because Alhamdulillah, just about everything tastes good.
Gone are the days when you have to go all the way to China just to eat halal Chinese food. Nowadays, there are many restaurants in Malaysia that serve Chinese Muslim cuisine. These restaurants are usually owned by local Chinese Muslims or Chinese Muslims from China. While some restaurants retain the authentic Chinese flavour, some would adapt it to the local taste.
The owners of Yizun Noodle and K go a long way back. They have known each other for years, so when the owners opened Yizun Noodle in Singapore, we just had to visit it.
Snacked on these while waiting for our beef noodles
The only thing that we were not looking forward to is traveling to Singapore from JB. The traffic jam can be horrible and the rush hour crowd can be intense. By the time we reached the restaurant, we had worked up an appetite. Read More »
K’s friend, Brother Bao, is the owner and chef of Al-Amin Xinjiang Muslim Restaurant. He specializes in Xinjiang-style cuisine, so unlike regular Chinese Muslim restaurants, Brother Bao churns out the most amazing dishes, with Middle Eastern and Chinese influences.
Brother Bao’s restaurant has over 30 types of Chinese Muslim dishes and beverages.
Here are our top 3 favourites:
1. Xinjiang Kao Bao
We love the ones sold by Brother Bao. His are generously filled with mutton and onions.
2. Da Pan Ji
Also known as Big Plate Chicken, this bite-sized chicken dish is cooked with a variety of vegetables. Order a side of rice, noodles or bread to go along with it
Once upon a time, we sold these at Kaijia too. These days, we would just order this to share.