BEIJING – Halal restaurants run by the Muslim Chinese minority, even in Beijing and Shanghai, are getting popularity among all ethnic communities due to their delicious dishes and different taste.
The facilities in Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu are providing Halal meals where non-Muslim are frequently visiting as most of their customers. “Chinese have become fond of delicious Halal food and they are consequently visiting these restaurants in a large number,” Chohan, chef of a Halal restaurant told APP. He said that as both men and women in China do jobs they have to visit restaurants for their meals. Delicious dishes of Halal restaurants have been attracting local Chinese, already using spices, he said, adding that they found their favorable taste here.
The Chinese native Muslims and Muslims from bordering states have been doing business of Halal meal where Tajikistani and other central Asian dishes, especially Bar B-Q and Palao rice are popular dishes. China is a very attractive place for the Pakistani business community involved in eateries as hundreds of Pakistani and Arabian students are getting an education here, especially in the medical field. The Chinese government allows foreign investors to bring professional labor from their country like chefs and others.