Muslim (Halal) Food in North Thailand

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  1. Al-Simmons

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    Hi to all,
    I will be going up to northern thailand particularly Chiang Mai, MHS, Chiang Rai n GT from 23 Nov - 9 Dec. Most likely with another 2 riders and a pillion.

    Need recommendations for halal restaurants or places to find halal food around the area if there is any. Thanks and much appreciated.
     
  2. Ian Bungy

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    There are a quite a few around Chiang Mai i know of and also Pai has a large Muslim Community. There are alot of Muslim Tourists visit the North so i would guess there are alot of Places who cater for them, Most display a sign out front. You should have no problem at all.
    Cheers Ian.
     
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    al simmon, as i know their have alot of muslim food,especially sell by muslim chinese
    hainan..and myamar muslim..in changrai near met sai.U net to look for signboard green or red colour of half moon and star..this shop sell muslim and halal food.
    have nice day nad ride bro..
    will ride to gt (again)from klMalaysia to gt follow mekong river on january.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Will take a look out for these stalls.
     
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    worse case scenarion we'll just eat bread and half-boiled eggs [:p]
     
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    Any Chinese-Thai Restaurant you can get vegetarian food (easily recognisable trough both languages used in their shopboards), just tell them you want to : "tahn je" and they will show you their vegetarian choice, this just in case you don't find a shop with the halal sign. cheers, franz
     
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    All 7-Eleven sell halal Chicken Pie and rotty (or roti canai, sweet one) is available in most town. Ask for "Ah han Islam" (muslim food) or "masjid" as most mosque have halal food stalls nearby.
     
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