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Shanghai Weekly Muslim Friday Market

时间:2015/6/6 8:46:53 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:126 评论:0
Where can we find Muslim Friday praying in Shanghai? Is there a place for authentic Halal food can we get in SH? Where can we have delicious lamb and rice dishes in Shanghai, China? Learn More China now share some details for Shanghai Weekly Muslim Friday Market. Welcome to share your idea for Shanghai markets with us. 

To welcome the arrival of Muslim Friday praying, the Muslim and Uighur people will gather in Shanghai Changde road to sell authentic Halal food. By 11 o'clock in the morning, all of the stalls are mounted outside the Shanghai West mosque trolleys. Here is one of Shanghai Uigur people assembly place on each Friday. This Bazaar is located in Jing an district, Changde road, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon Muslim Friday prayers all set up a stall before a few hours to. Although it is only one block long, but so bustling with noise and excitement.Shanghai Weekly Muslim Friday Market

Shanghai's Muslim Market is quite iconic. It was temporarily shut down in May 2014 for a couple of months, but now it's back. Held every Friday at the junction of Aomen Lu and Changde Lu, this delicious amalgamation of culture, community and food that comes to life, simply cannot be missed. A great experience for visitors to the city, this is a meat lover's haven. You get a view into the Uyghur culture and cuisine, and it's easy to see how life is centered around food.

Each Friday, the Uyghurcommunity, hailing from the far flung northwestern region of China, gather after their Friday prayers to break bread. The Uyghurs are the largest group of minorities from the Xinjiangprovince. You can find Xinjiang restaurants all over Shanghai, but this Friday market is a different ball game.

You will see and smell delicious lambeverywhere. Fresh lamb on sale by local Uyghur butchers, hoards of freshly baked Uyghur breads, a lamb and rice dish that a lot of the stalls prepare in giant utensils, lamb skewers, lamb patties, and more. Not to forget, dumplings, buns and noodles. Sit yourself down at any of the chairs, and be ready to be served some of the most mouth watering lamb preparations, Uyghur style. The lamb skewers you get here are probably the juiciest chunks of meats you will have in Shanghai, freshly out of the red hot coal oven.

It can get quite smokyhere, so be careful. Keep stall-hopping to eat more delectable bites. Buy some bread, have some freshly-brewed hot tea with the locals, to help wash down all that food and cut the grease. You'll also find fresh home-made yogurt to cool down with. You can pack some for later too. If you are looking for dry fruits from Xinjiang, there are stalls selling kilos and kilos of that here.

This market is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the Chinese Muslim food traditions, and is one of the most unique things to check out when in Shanghai. No other street food spot can compare with the vibe that this vibrant place generates. You can have a yummy lunch here, and then are free to explore more of Shanghai.

Address:1328 Changde Lu, near Aomen Lu (1328常德路近澳门路)
Timings: 10 am to 3 pm every Friday
Metro station: Metro Line No.1, Changshou Road
What to expect:Lots of stalls on either side of the street, lots of delicious lamb and rice dishes, pop-up restaurants, friendly faces, smoky aroma and more!


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