Halal restaurants you can find in Shanghai, China

30/09/2019   94  4.33/5 trong 3 rates 
Halal restaurants you can find in Shanghai, China
Are you one of those who always bring an extra pack of instant noodles just so you won't go hungry without food in China? Here's a good news, there's an easier way to locate the nearest Halal restaurant.

 
  • Xinbada Xinjiang Restaurant

    Xinbada Xinjiang RestaurantXinbada Xinjiang Restaurant

    Located in Pudong area, one block away from 1st Yaohan Building in Zhangyang road. The building is actually a food hall. This restaurant is situated on the 3rd floor. It serves Xinjiang food. The Xinjiang Big Plate chicken taste nice, better than the one I tried in Guangzhou before. However the price here is quite expensive. The Xinjiang Big Plate itself costs about RMB68.

  • Beef Noodle shop near Yuyuan Garden

    Beef Noodle shop near Yuyuan GardenBeef Noodle shop near Yuyuan Garden

    Actually I don’t know the exact name of this stall since it’s written in Chinese. Located just a few minutes away from Yuyuan Garden area and the mosque, this is just a small stall and that specialises in beef noodle. The menu is written in Chinese, but they have a wall showing the photos so I just ordered via the photos. I did not try the beef noodle here, but I tried the friend lamb plus the fried rice. The lamb costs RMB40 and is in quite a big serving.

  • Pleasant Smill Beef Noodle

    Pleasant Smill Beef NoodlePleasant Smill Beef Noodle

    I found this shop by coincident while walking from Nanjing road towards the Bund area. This shop doesn’t have any photos on it’s wall and the menu is purely written in Chinese. The beef noodle here is marvellous and it only costs RMB10 per bowl. Oh, they don’t serve any drinks here, so you might need to get your drinks elsewhere after the meal.

  • Qian Wei Ramen

    Qian Wei RamenQian Wei Ramen

    This shop is situated in front of Radison Blu hotel in Pudong. It is just 5 minutes walk from the IBIS Lianyang hotel, the place I stayed at. It serves Xinjiang food. The lamb shashlik here is delicious. We also ordered the fried rice plus some ginger beef. Price is reasonable. One lamb shashlik cost only RMB3.

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