Muslim Family Restaurant
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Muslim Family Restaurant information
Right on Beiyuanmen in the heart of the Muslim Quarter, this smart establishment serves classic Muslim dishes such as ròujiāmó (beef in flat bread; ¥15), lamb kebabs (¥10 each), beef or lamb-filled xiàbǐng (fried, crispy bread; ¥18 to ¥20), dumplings (¥15 to ¥18) and lovely grilled golden needle mushrooms (¥18).
There’s no English sign so look for the veil-adorned female waiting staff in the doorway.