Syrian owner decided to open a restaurant to offer the growing Middle Eastern community a taste of home in China while hoping to attract local customers too. Despite no official figures, experts estimate the Arab community to number in the tens of thousands.
As China increases its visibility in the Middle East, more Chinese are developing an interest in the region. A nation with a rich culinary heritage, food is helping to bridge the cultural gap and the number of establishments offering Middle Eastern cuisine has surged in the past two decades. Read More via MiddleEastEye.