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Hong Kong: Islam Food II

26 January 2009

See, I told you we'd be back! After trying the most delicious Fried Beef Dumpling, we returned here again for dinner two days later.

Never mind the English. It's still good to find a Halal restaurant in Hong Kong, and we were curious about what else they have to offer. Pity there wasn't much dim sum fare for us to enjoy, so we settled on dishes among ourselves.

Sour and Spicy Seafood Soup

This resembles the Chinese "ma la" soup that is pretty spicy. I think they added cornstarch to make it thicker but I don't think this was really necessary. Not much ingredients too.

Fried Thick Shanghai Noodles

Somewhat like fried udon if you ask me. They were generous with the beef slices, which is a good thing because there wasn't much else to the noodles.

Vegetarian Fried Noodles

One of the girls with us was a vegetarian, but she didn't quite fancy this dish because she's just not used to Chinese-style vegetarian. Still, the other hungry boys took a few forkfuls of this and said it wasn't too bad. The mushrooms tasted good.

Honey Grilled Chicken

Nicely marinated and nicely grilled.

Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts

Mildly spicy, but this was one of the favourites of the night.

Black Pepper Beef | Sea Cucumber with Seafood

The beef slices were really soft and tender, though it wasn't quite enough for all of us haha. We liked the peppers and the sweet spicy sauce. I didn't quite taste the sea cucumbers though, but the seafood ingredients were fresh enough for me.

Braised Tofu with Vegetables

I like this dish a lot because the tofu tasted really good! The thick sauce (I think it's oyster sauce) wasn't too salty and went very well with the tofu.

Fried Beef Dumplings

Our favourite snack of all-time, how can we ever miss this? We had a few of the guys who were not with us the last time we were here, and I could tell that they too enjoyed these dumplings. The filling is splendid - minced beef with spices. A must-try definitely!

I'm not so sure about the separate prices, but it's about HK$67 each (inclusive of a bowl of rice and a can of drink each) for nine of us.

Kowloon City. I know, it's huge, but it's near Cambo Thai.

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