Aishah Tan’s Yi Zun Noodle, specialises in beef noodles, a popular dish in Xinjiang. Photo: Handout
Aishah Tan’s Yi Zun Noodle, specialises in beef noodles, a popular dish in Xinjiang. Photo: Handout
Singapore

Mad for mala: how Singapore’s taste for halal Chinese food has taken off

  • There are a growing number of halal-certified restaurants in the island nation, especially those offering food from China and the likes of Japan and South Korea
  • Many see this as a positive trend, allowing Singaporeans of all races to bond over food and foster a better understanding of different cultures

Aishah Tan’s Yi Zun Noodle, specialises in beef noodles, a popular dish in Xinjiang. Photo: Handout
Aishah Tan’s Yi Zun Noodle, specialises in beef noodles, a popular dish in Xinjiang. Photo: Handout
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