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Site Of The Week: www.zabihah.com

Dallas Morning News, July 26, 2003 - For Muslims who want to eat zabihah (conforming to Islamic dietary codes), this site offers 2,500 restaurant reviews from around the world. Reviews, submitted by readers, are honest and detailed. "Just because a restaurant serves halal food doesn't necessarily mean that it's good," the site's authors state. By offering reviews, the site hopes "to improve the dining experience of all Muslims." Muslim diners can download restaurant listings onto a handheld computer. The site offers a word of caution: Some restaurants claim to be halal, but aren't. (In fact, a number of states now have laws making it a crime to sell food falsely labeled as halal.) A search in the Dallas area revealed 23 halal grocery stores and restaurants, including Persian and Middle Eastern eateries as well as Chinese, South Asian and barbecue. Most restaurants have multiple reviews. The site is a useful guide, both to the observant Muslim and the adventurous diner.

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