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Lunch @ Diwan Restaurant, Al Meroz Hotel Bangkok (Bangkok, Thailand)

The Diwan Restaurant is inside Al Meroz Hotel. The existence of a halal restaurant in a hotel is very convenient for anyone who is a Muslim. So, luckily, I didn’t have to spend hours finding a halal restaurant near Al Meroz hotel. And all the food that was served tasted delicious. Every entree I sampled, I kept on thinking who were the ingenious chefs behind all these dishes. Weirdly, that was the only thought that was preoccupying my mind as I eat because the food was that good. I almost wanted to go into the kitchen and thank everyone.

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Lunch @ Le Spice Restaurant (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

This is one of the many halal restaurants located along Charnoen Prathet 6 Alley, north section of Chang Klan road. It seemed that this place doesn’t want to be just an ordinary food place by the street. It wanted to be more than that. The service was professional and polite. The restaurant was thoughtfully designed. The food was flavourful, served quickly and most importantly affordable.

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Breakfast @ The Peaberry (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

The Peaberry Hotel doesn’t include any non-halal foods for breakfast. Basically, they serve eggs (upon request), cereal, coffee, tea, bread, milk and fruits. There is no meat for breakfast. Even though I feel the breakfast spread was simple, Mr Kishore brought the breakfast experience to life with his joyful conversations and his inexhaustible ability to make his guest feel at home.

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Lunch @ Kabab Bar (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

This was my last meal in Chiang Mai. I was walking around the empty Anusarn Market and found a row of halal stalls in it. I chose Kabab Bar because there was Ayub, a super friendly dude, who welcomed me in. He is a Bangladeshi from Myanmar. Food was amazing and I loved being the only person dining in the restaurant because Ayub gave me his undivided attention.

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