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Halal Dining Options in Hong Kong


Before we discuss halal restaurants in Hong Kong, let’s look into the word “halal.” In Arabic, the term “halal” simply means “allowed” but is often used to refer to what can be eaten. Muslims have certain dietary restrictions that ban the use of alcohol, all pork-related products, and meat that has not been slaughtered through Islamic regulation (“Zabiha”).


Hong Kong has around 40 restaurants certified by the Islamic Board of Trustees. Still, Hong Kong also has authentic local halal cuisine and a Disneyland that offers halal options.


The top 3 restaurants in Hong Kong that offer halal meat dishes are:


1) 375 Chicken ‘n Fries:

Initially from New York, this fast-food event began in early summer and checked off all the halal boxes. The restaurant offers fried chicken in vegetable oil, free of hormones and antibiotics. (Location: 375 Chicken’ n Fries HK, 79-83 Queen’s Road Central, Man Hing Commercial Building, Central, Hong Kong)


2) Bengal Brothers:

This scenic eatery serves Bangla-style wraps, rice and chaat bowls, and lassi. Everything cooked with chicken or lamb is halal in Bengal Brothers. (Location: Bengal Brothers, G/F, 6 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)


3) CHAAT:

Guarantees a sophisticated and contemporary take on Indian food. The restaurant boasts carefully designed cuisine inspired by the entire subcontinent, with sublime street food and slowly cooked classic menus evolving. (Location: 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong)


During your visit to Hong Kong, a good rule of thumb is to always inquire about and look for the Halalcertified sign in the different establishments. Whatever you desire, be it a bowl of spicy noodles, steak, or curry, eating Halal in Hong Kong has become so much easier with the Food Panda App where you can also order Halal food online from a restaurant near you.



Expo 2020


Expo 2020 is a world fair held in Dubai - UAE, from October 1st, 2021 to March 31st, 2022. It shines with outstanding architectural achievements and a focus on the future of the planet. Since its establishment, the Global Expo has told its story through structure, planning, and expertise.


The Expo aims to build new partnerships and inspire innovative solutions in critical industries around the world. It is all about communication, healing, and building a better world. “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” is the official theme. At the same time, the event has equally relevant subthemes on sustainability, mobility, and opportunit



The Expo aims to build new partnerships and inspire innovative solutions in critical industries around the world. It is all about communication, healing, and building a better world. “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” is the official theme. At the same time, the event has equally relevant subthemes on sustainability, mobility, and opportunit


The 1,000-acre site has petalshaped areas representing sustainability, opportunity, and mobility. Each area, in turn, has a prominent theme pavilion. Larger pavilions are usually located on the periphery to allow enough space in the center to mix. The other two “petals” extending from the central square contain more public spaces, such as stages, amphitheaters, lounges, dining areas, and more parks and playgrounds.



The primary focus of the World Expo is to connect people from all over the world. A few years ago, this area was a barren desert. There are now a series of parks, trails, wide arched boulevards, loops, alleys, and public works of art, all of which encourage interaction, easy navigation, open sightlines, and exploration. In addition, there is a sky garden, a 180-foot-tall viewing tower, and a “flying park.” If you are passing by Dubai for business or pleasure, it is well worth a visit.



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