Friday, April 22, 2011

Beijing Day#2 - Dinner - 牛街

Date:  April 20, 2011

Some of my customer are Muslims from Malaysia.  And I was so headache trying to fine a good place for them to eat.  And then, my China friends suggested me to go to this 牛街.


This is a street where all the Chinese Muslims (回族,清真教) setup their restaurant, supermarket, etc etc.


They even have a place selling halal tea.  Here in 牛街 (Niu Jie Street), you can see Arabics scripts in the shop front.


Look at this, they even have huge super market for Muslim.  And they have lots of nice kueh kueh inside there too.  A very big food court that sell only halal food.


We end up eating here.  The Tu Lu Fan restaurant.  There are also a couple of Muslim restaurant on this street.


If I can avoid lamb, I will.  But this BBQ lamb is damn nice!  There is no lamb smell!


Look, it is that hollow crispy buns again.  And this time, you wrap with the ginger lamb slice.  This lamb slice, and I don't know how they do it, it taste exactly like stir fried beef slice.  And there is absolutely no lamb smell.


And then, we eat this fresh tomato fish.  Very nice and well done.

We had fun.  It is the first time I knew that there is a place for Muslim friends to go to.

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