Halal Culinary Tours In Hong Kong
Halal Culinary Tours In Hong Kong. Before leaving for Hong Kong, I was excited to make a special itinerary for halal culinary tours in Hong Kong. Andrenalin, I feel challenged to find halal culinary in a minority country where most of the food contains pork.
Some references to halal food in Hong Kong are mostly Indian food with strong spices. In fact, there are many halal foods in Hong Kong that are other than Indian cuisine. So that I don’t get bored, I mix and match with Indian, Asian, Hong Kong, Turkish and Pakistani culinary delights, so the impression is like culinary delights in several countries. The next mission is to find halal culinary with affordable prices and large portions.
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1453 Ottoman Mediterranean Turkish Restaurant
In the Mongkok area around the Ladies Market, there are many halal restaurants with Indian flavors. However, I am more interested in one of the well-known Turkish restaurants, namely 1453 Ottoman Mediterranian Turkish Restaurant (the name is really long hehehe).
Entering this restaurant, you can see that the room is not that wide enough for only 40 people. The interior is typical of Turkey, such as photos, paintings and there are also piles of Islamic books that are displayed on the walls of the restaurant. What attracts visitors are not only Muslims, I also see many Hong Kong citizens, foreign tourists and even Korean-faced ones.
Chicken Sach Kebab With Rice consists of sliced chicken, tomato, paprika with strong pepper, the taste is similar to the contents of a kebab, while the Chicken Dinner Kebab consists of shredded chicken with a sprinkling of pepper.
I still prefer the taste of Chicken Sach Kebab because it tastes more unique. To complement the sauce, each table provides 4 kinds of sauces, namely tomato sauce, chili sauce, mint sauce and garlic sauce which can be dipped as much as you like.
The Explore’r Club, Disneyland Hong Kong
If you go to Hong Kong, you must have an agenda to visit Hong Kong Disneyland. In this playground area, you don’t need to worry about having trouble tasting halal food. To make it easier for visitors, on the Hong Kong Disneyland map it is written that there are two halal restaurants, namely Tahitian Terrace with Indian menus and The explorer club with Asian menus.
My choice is of course The explorer club in the Mystic Point Zone. Incidentally, my ticket has a promo as well as a meal coupon that can choose food at any price. Because it was free I chose the most expensive one, for HKD 138 (the most expensive bo…).
Asian menu options are available from Korea, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore. I happen to miss Singaporean food, I chose the Hainanse Chicken Rice Combo and my friend chose the Deep fried Chicken Rice menu from Japan.
My Hainanse comes with quite a lot of portions, a portion of nasi lemak, chicken broth, and quite abundant slices of chicken. Meanwhile, Deep Fried Chicken Rice comes with rice like the taste of fried rice, chicken steak covered in crispy flour and thick sauce. The taste is standard but the most important thing is that it is filling and halal. (Halal Culinary Tours In Hong Kong).