Foodies in Taipei fascinated by Halal Food Festival over Eid al-Adha weekend

Foodies in Taipei fascinated by Halal Food Festival over Eid al-Adha weekend

While Muslims around the world were celebrating Eid al-Adha holiday, Taipei Grand Mosque also had a lively weekend—it was the annual Halal Food Festival. This festival was held on September 2nd and 3rd, from the morning at 10 AM until 8 PM.

 

The Foods

The festival featured the best and authentic halal food around Taipei. From Turkish kebab, Pakistani naan and curry to Indonesian tempe and bakso, and local beef noodles, all you could find. Other than the food, visitors also joined the free tour of the Mosque having their first touch of Islam culture. Companies with newly-applied halal certificate also took advantage of huge crowd to showcase their latest line of products.

Turkish kebab and rice pudding were among the most popular cuisine at the festival.
Impressing Taipei Citizens
The Taipei Grand Mosque said that the halal food festival was a great success which attracted not only Muslims but also many Taipei citizens and it was a great opportunity for people to eat and drink and even learn different culture to one’s content. They all can learn Islamic cultures while enjoying their meals in a prepared venue around the Mosque.

You can find more info about the organizer, Taipei Grand Mosque here.

Citizens took pictures while Muslims were having Maghreb pray.

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