Saturday, October 1, 2016

.: Islamic Centre Canteen :.


Throwback.




Landed safely in Hong Kong and took the public transport to reach my crib at Causeway Bay. The great thing about Hong Kong is that it is fairly easy to get around. English signage are ample and I didn't even have to ask for directions. 

The only issue I had then was I came during the Umbrella Movement. Some roads were blocked and some buses had to avoid the routes. Even though I had to navigate my way occasionally by foot, the journey made it possible for me to be in closer proximity to the protesters. Something which I can never experience in Malaysia and Singapore. 

Eventually reached my crib and texted my friend. She decided we meet up at Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, located at Wanchai District. Rather convenient for her to pick the place as it is about 10 minutes away from where I was. 

I thought we were going to attend a class. I really did. 

Little did I realise my friend wanted us to have dinner there. 

Dinner? In an Islamic centre? 

Soon enough I was greeted by the sweet succulent smell of insatiable food. Halal food. And I was smitten by it. Totally smitten that I couldn't even care to edit this only photo of the food which my friend ordered. Before I knew it, I had gobbled down everything.  

Muslims traveling to Hong Kong should definitely come by here especially if you are looking for halal Chinese food. 

Islamic Centre Canteen, 

5/F., Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre, 
40 Oi Kwan Rd., Wanchai, Hong Kong, China

Did I mention you can get halal dimsum there?
12.06noon, Malaysian Time
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