Most of my Muslim friends will rule out Hong Kong from their travel destination list. The reason is not because of the language barrier, but mainly due to eating difficulties. They have the impression that it is hard to find halal food in Hong Kong.
Last time I checked, there are 7 mosques around the country. So the Muslim community in Hong Kong is quite large, thus finding halal food is not a problem if you know the place and ask around the community. I did take note of some halal restaurants before the trip but only had the opportunity to go to Islamic Centre Canteen at Masjid Ammar & Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre in Wan Chai. Most of the time, I just ate McD and the instant foods I brought from home. Typical Malaysians la kan to pack maggi, Brahims etc whenever travelling. ;p
There's a good variety of food to please your appetite and the prices are reasonable too.
* These are based on my trip in June 2009 *
waiting for the food
chicken curry + rice
samosa and I forgot what's that
The pics were taken from a few visits ye. I wasn't that pelahap la kan nak order banyak sekali terus macam tu. hehe
If you wanna come and have a heavy meal, make sure you come at the right time. I brought my friends here for lunch but unfortunately we arrived there around 3ish. They only served afternoon tea while all my friends were dying to eat rice sebab dah muak makan Filet-O-Fish. hahahah...
The nearest MTR station is Wan Chai on Island Line. Take Exit A3 and walk towards Wan Chai Road. From there, it's about 15 minutes walk until you see The Charterhouse Hotel. This Islamic Centre is just behind it. I was so lazy to walk after the meal and took a taxi. The ride cost HKD18 to Wan Chai MTR station.
the Islamic Centre is located at the red star
Anyway, you can check out this website for other halal restaurants around Hong Kong.