Halal Food and Halal Restaurants in Hong Kong

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Visiting a non-Muslim country is a bit of a concern especially for Muslim travelers. One of the Muslim minority countries that is currently attracting tourists is Hong Kong. The most common obstacle to Muslim travelers while visiting Hong Kong is to find a halal restaurant. Given the population of Muslims there is still very minimal.

But now Muslim tourists do not have to fear the difficulty of finding a kosher restaurant. A number of restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong are many who serve halal food and get halal certificate from the government.

Where can visitors find the halal restaurant? Check out the reviews compiled by alltutorials.info below : 

1. Islamic Center Canteen

Islamic Center Canteen
When traveling to Hong Kong, the food that must be tried is dim sum. However, dim sum sold Islamic Center Canteen is different from others because the only one that does not contain halal pork alias.

Dim Sum made in Islamic Center Canteen contains chicken, shrimp or beef. In addition to dim sum, this restaurant also provides other food menu such as fried chicken, various soups, various stir fry rice.

The price of food and beverage offered ranges from 15 - 200 Hong Kong dollars. Islamic Center Canteen can be found at Ammar Mosque and Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Center, 40 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai.

2. Chrisly Inn Cafe

Chrisly Inn Cafe
In addition to dim sum, Hong Kong also has a special food that is 'Chinese Cake'. Generally, 'Chinese Cake' is made by using pork oil.

But at Cafe Chrisly Inn, visitors are mainly muslim tourists need not worry. Because this cafe sells various types of 'Chinese Cake' traditionally marked kosher. Besides 'Chinese Cake' menu mainstay of this cafe is Scrambled egg and milk tea.

"Our bakeries are inspired by traditional Chinese pastry, such as pastries, pineapple bread, something that people may have rarely found today," said Chrisly cafe owner Martin Khan when he was met in Hong Kong recently.

Chrisly Inn Cafe is located at Shop 3018, 3/F, Shun Tak Center, 168-200 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong.

3. Panda Cafe

Panda Cafe
One more kosher restaurant that can not be missed while on holiday to Hong Kong namely Panda Cafe. The cute panda-themed cafe is located inside the Ocean Park theme park.

The cafe provides several halal food menus. Like hainan chicken rice, rice meat balls with tomato sauce, tandoori chicken and fresh fruits.

Interestingly, this restaurant has been certified halal from the Incorporated Trustees of the Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong. Panda Cafe is open from 10.00 - 18.00/19.30.

4. Hong Kong Disney Land Restaurant

Hong Kong Disney Land Restaurant
Disney Land is one of the destinations that must be visited when visiting Hong Kong. Even muslim tourists do not need to be confused to find food.

The restaurant at Hong Kong Disney Land provides halal and certified halal food. The restaurant also offers a menu of cuisines from various countries including Indonesia.

Like fried rice and chicken satay. "All our food menus fit the image of the taste of their home country," said Rakesh Kumar, Sous Chef of Explorer's Club Restaurant, Hong Kong Disneyland.

5. Jashan Indian Cuisine

Jashan Indian Cuisine
Different from the four previous restaurants, Jashan offers more typical food of the middle east. Located at Amber Lodge, 23 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Island.

Jashan is rated as one of the best Indian restaurants in Hong Kong. When entered into it, visitors are made as if they were in India or Arabia.

6. Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles

Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles
The roadside snack is also one on offer in Hong Kong. But street snacks are often feared by Muslim tourists because many are not kosher.

But different with Egg Waffle this one. Lee Keung Kee is the only Egg Waffle that does not contain pork oil in Hong Kong.

Visitors can get these waffles at 492 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong Island at a price of 8 HK dollars or equivalent to Rp 16 thousand.

7. Green Common

Green Common
Vegetarian consumption is another choice for Muslim travelers when confused for food in Hong Kong. One of the must-see vegetarian restaurants Green Common.

All foods served Green Common using vegetable base. For visitors who want to eat well but stay healthy, visit the Green Common, located at Ocean Terminal, Harbor City Mall, Kowloon.

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