Eid is a grand occasion for Muslims all around the world. After a long month of fasting and worship, Muslims come together with families and friends to celebrate this special day, and to congratulate each other on successfully completing Ramadan. This is no exception for the Muslim population in Hong Kong. Although not officially recognised as a holiday, Eid is still celebrated by some 250,000 local Muslims.
On the morning of Eid, worshippers slip into their new ensembles and head to the nearest mosques to complete morning prayers. They then get together with family and friends and have a great time feasting on biryani and kebabs. To ease your burden in finding a place to dine at this Eid, HKYantoYan has picked out for you the Top 5 Halal restaurants in Hong Kong.