Muslim Chef Struts Into The Food Scene With Halal-Certified Chinese Restaurant In Bangi

Although Bangi is known as the City of Knowledge, it is also famous for eateries.  If you’re looking for some authentic and halal food, this is the place you should go. Mamak stalls, Malaysian, Thai, Arabic, Japanese and Chinese. They have it all here. Now, if you’re craving some Chinese food, check out this newly opened restaurant that offers authentic Chinese Halal street food.


C.A.T Wok Offers HALAL & Authentic Chinese Street Food

Opening its door in January this year, this restaurant was put into a start and stop as soon as the Movement Control Order (MCO) 2.0 was announced. However, this unforeseen turn of the event did not stop Chef Muhammad Amann Teoh from pursuing his dream.

Photo: C.A.T Wok (Facebook)

Chef Amann converted to Islam in 2013. It dawned to him that many Chinese coverts may yearn for the authentic taste, halal version of Chinese food. Hence, C.A.T Wok Street Food. Apart from that reason, he was also delighted to introduce Chinese local delicacies to Muslims and non-Muslims.

Chinese Street Food
Photo: C.A.T Wok (Facebook)

Now, you can enjoy delectable offerings of Chinese street food with elusive smoky flavour and aroma from wok hei. Starting from the famous Penang Char Kway Teow (RM7.90), Ginger Beef Yee Mee (RM8.90), Cantonese Ying Yong (RM8.90), Salted Fish Fried Rice (RM8.90), Hainanese Chicken Chop (RM13.90) and other delicious street food.

Photo: C.A.T Wok (Facebook)
Chinese Street Food
Photo: C.A.T Wok (Facebook)

Besides, Chef Amann does not only aim to do business and earn profits. But, he also wants to return the favour to the community by doing charity and community services through his ‘dakwah through food’ campaign. Lucky for him, the campaign was able to kick-start when he was invited to an event held at Surau Perdana, Selangor.

Get A Taste Of Authentic Chinese Street Food Now!

Photo: WOK Street Food by Chef Amann Teoh (Facebook)

So, if you’re about to head for lunch, be sure to add C.A.T Wok Street Food into your option. Chef Amann will surely be able to satiate your cravings. You can either dine-in or order via any food delivery service. Although, without a doubt, this restaurant is already receiving a warm welcome from the Bangi community, do share this news with your friends as well. Remember to follow the SOPs and stay safe!

Operating Hour: 11 AM – 11 PM (Saturday – Thursday) | 3 PM – 11 PM (Friday) | Closed on Sundays

Address: D-7-G, Bangi Gateway, Seksyen 15, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

Contact: (+60)18 399 8336

Source: New Straits Time


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