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The Best London Restaurants With Halal Options

26 London restaurants with excellent halal options

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Updated February 16th, 2021

Eating halal means that you pretty much find yourself turning vegetarian when you’re eating out. And while most restaurants offer some excellent options for non-meat eaters, it doesn’t mean that watching someone else eat a burger while you’re eating another halloumi wrap hurts any less. Which is why we’ve made a list of some of the best London restaurants with halal options. From Lebanese bakeries to a philly cheesesteak-specialising dive bar, you’ll be sure to find some top-quality halal food at any of these restaurants.


Karolina Wiercigroch

Daddy Bao

££££ 113 Mitcham Road

Halal status: Chicken

Tooting spot, Daddy Bao - who is very much related to Master Bao and Mr Bao - is low-key serving some of the best fried chicken in London. Which means it may very well be serving some of the best halal fried chicken in London. You heard it here first. Now, picture the aforementioned fried chicken inside some pretty incredible bao buns, topped with wasabi mayo, kimchi, and sriracha, and you’ve got a great night ahead of you. But as great as the chicken bao is, their shiitake mushroom bao has our hearts. And our minds. And first place in our Definitive Ranking Of London’s Best Bao. Get some bao, fried chicken thighs, veggie dumplings, and then get another shiitake mushroom bao for good measure.

Daddy Bao is open for collection and delivery.

Party Store Pizza

AmericanPizza  in  Clapham
££££ 15 Lendal Terrace

Halal status: Chicken and minced beef

A deep-dish 10x14inch cheeseburger pizza. Yes you read that right. Cheese. Burger. Pizza. This Brixton spot is making some of our favourite pizzas in London. Think focaccia-like base, crispy cheese covered crusts, generous amounts of cheese all over, and rivers of tomato sauce on top. You can, and should, go for the classic margherita, but don’t let that stop you from trying their ‘smacks of mac’, it’s got minced beef, pickled gherkin, onion, and burger sauce on top and is a pretty great hybrid of two pretty great things. You can also get fried chicken thighs and a beefy mac and cheese on the side, but with the size of these pizzas, you might not need them.

Party Store Pizza is open for delivery.

Trap Kitchen

AmericanSeafood  in  Balham
££££ 76 Bedford Hill

Halal status: Everything

Hearty seafood platters, BBQ chicken thighs, and sweet Spanish rice are just some of the tasty things you can find at this Balham spot. Their menu has a ‘bucket’, which is what you should be getting. When we order one, we like the lobster tails, but you can choose between those and snow crab clusters, as well as getting bang bang prawns, spicy mac and cheese or Spanish rice, buttered corn and egg, and Oreo topped waffles. basically, you should arrive here hungry. And also, always get an extra portion of bang bang prawns because you’re definitely going to want them.

Trap Kitchen is open for takeaway. Call ahead on 07568 521694.

Karolina Wiercigroch

Good Friend

££££ 14 Little Newport St

Halal status: Chicken

This tiny spot in Chinatown has some very tasty Taiwanese-style chicken which you can get fried-to-order. The menu is all grab and go and you can choose between things like wings, popcorn chicken, and flattened chicken breast. The popcorn chicken, which is a fiver for a big bag, is the one to order and everything can be seasoned to your preference. It’s the perfect on-the-go snack or for those times when you don’t want a whole meal.

Good Friend is open for takeaway.

Karolina Wiercigroch


££££ 11 White's Row

Halal status: Chicken, lamb, and beef

This Indian restaurant has locations in Tower Bridge and Spitalfields, and serves some interesting takes on Indian food. Example: rasam ke bomb: a lentil-filled crisp served with a tamarind-based soup in a shot glass. The Kashmiri lamb chops are a must order, as is the aloo chaat. You can head to this spot for a fun dinner when you’re in the mood for Indian, but it can get busy so make sure to reserve a table beforehand.

Gunpowder is open for same day delivery as well as delivering meal kits nationwide.


££££ 50a Berkeley St

Halal status: Beef, lamb, and chicken

First thing you need to know is that this restaurant has two rooms with two menus: one serving Italian food and another serving everything from lamb cutlets and wagyu steaks to sushi and dim sum. And while this Berkeley Street spot might resemble countless other high-end ‘fusion’ restaurants that charge you a week’s salary for a mediocre black cod, the difference is that some of the food here is pretty excellent. Don’t get us wrong, you will probably get charged a week’s salary, so make it count and try the sweet and sour chicken, the beef fillet in a black pepper sauce, and the spicy prawn moneybags.

Novikov is open for delivery.

Dishoom Carnaby

Indian  in  Soho
££££ 22 Kingly St

Halal status: Lamb and chicken

Known for its lengthy queues and Bombay street food, this Indian mini-chain is now a permanent mood. A fine-I’ll-wait-for-an-hour-for-their-garlic-naan kind of mood. So much so that we have a whole guide on where to go when you’ve had enough of people suggesting Dishoom. We come here for the chicken ruby curry, lamb chops, and keema pau.

Dishoom is open for delivery.

Flesh & Buns

££££ 41 Earlham St

Halal status: Chicken

It’s not often you find great bao in London. And even less often great halal bao in London. But this spot in Covent Garden has some DIY bao buns with great fillings like a spicy citrus miso marinated spatchcock chicken, salmon teriyaki, and portobello mushrooms with wasabi mayo. The filling you should be coming here for though is the Japanese fried chicken. It’s marinated in buttermilk, and it comes perfectly crispy, and with red chilli and bbq mayonnaise which, because it’s DIY, you can apply generously. If you want something on the side, get the chips and dips, Korean fried wings, and the veggie hot stone rice.

Flesh and Buns DIY kits available here.

The Great Chase


Halal status: Everything

This cosy little restaurant in Islington is 100% halal. Yep, everything, from the sirloin steak to the glazed lamb rack and dry cocktails, is halal. But what you should come here for is their excellent weekend roast. It’s the only thing they serve on the weekends, and you get a choice between dry-aged sirloin beef, chicken breast, or slow-roast lamb shank. Although we’d happily eat them all, the beef is the star of the show. It comes with all the trimmings, gravy, and a sense of satisfaction that you can only get from finally eating a halal Sunday roast that you didn’t make.

The Great Chase is temporarily closed.

Karolina Wiercigroch


££££ 27 Romilly Street

Halal status: Chicken and lamb

Corridor-like space. A rotating tower of shawarma meat. And taftoon bread on demand. Are these the specs we listed on our ‘pimp my ride’ application? Maybe. Are they more enjoyable inside this Soho restaurant? Definitely. Visit this Persian spot in Soho for mazeh, juicy kebabs, and a baklava ice cream sandwich.

Berenjak is open for collection and delivery, as well as selling meal kits here.

Farzi Cafe

Indian  in  Mayfair
££££ 8 Haymarket

Halal status: All meat except venison (and pork of course)

This modern Indian spot is great for Dishoom lovers, or anybody around Piccadilly Circus that likes chicken tikka masala and dimly lit rooms. The menu ranges from classics like lamb chops and biryanis, to things like wagyu beef kebab, and butter chicken bao. And their outdoor seating makes it a great spot for an al fresco dinner.

Farzi Cafe is temporarily closed.

Meatliquor W1

BurgersDiner  in  Fitzrovia
££££ 37 - 38 Margaret Street

Halal status: Chicken

Yes, we’ve made many mistakes in the past [please see: double denim], but putting Meatliquor on this list isn’t one of them. The chicken at this loud and proud American diner is very much halal. Which means you can get their excellent monkey fingers, which is Meatliquor for: battered chicken strips in house-made buffalo sauce, their dirty chicken cheeseburger, and most of their starters and sides which are vegetarian. Don’t leave without trying the hippie fries.

Meatliquor is open for delivery and collection, as well as delivering meal kits nationwide.

Giulia Verdinelli

Kama By Vineet

££££ 87-135 Brompton Road

Halal status: Fully halal

We once wrote a poem about the saffron mash at this Michelin spot in Harrods. It went something like this: we love you. We’re not very good at poems. But the saffron mash is just one of the many things that makes this the kind of Indian restaurant you immediately crave anytime someone says the word yellow. Or Knightsbridge. Or coconut-lemongrass prawns. Order the butter chicken and pistachio lamb chops. At least.

Kama By Vineet is open for delivery.

Karolina Wiercigroch


Indian  in  City
££££ 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade

Halal status: Chicken and lamb

We’re pretty sure that if you break Brigadiers down to ingredients, it goes something like this: three parts excellent food, two parts Thierry Henry oil portraits, and twenty parts unfiltered fun. We’re talking a pool room, card games, and live sport on demand. And if that isn’t enough to get you there, then let us introduce you to the best lamb chops in London. Uh-huh, we said it.

Brigadiers is open for delivery, as well as selling meal kits here.

Giulia Verdinelli

Da Mario

££££ 15 Gloucester Rd

Halal status: Ask for the halal menu

This old school Italian spot in Kensington has been around for decades, and not only does it have some pretty decent vegetarian options, but it also has a separate halal menu which you can get by asking a server. Come here for big portions of feel-good pasta, and great pizzas at a decent price.

Da Mario is temporarily closed.

Giulia Verdinelli


££££ 18 Western Avenue

Halal status: All meat is halal

This Lebanese bakery is right on the A40. It isn’t surrounded by other restaurants or bakeries, it’s tricky to get to without a car, and it’s got some of the best Lebanese manakeesh you can get in London, which it serves until 10pm. It’s usually populated with regulars coming in for a chilled brunch, or a speedy shish taouk and fattoush lunch. Although their mains are good, the real reason you come here is for the manakeesh, specifically the meat and cheese, and spinach and cheese. And for £3.50 a pop you can easily enjoy a satisfying brunch for under a tenner.

Yasmina is open for takeaway and delivery.


££££ 27 Blackstock Road

Halal status: All meat is halal

There are plenty of restaurants serving great Turkish food around N4, but this is the only one we know of that also serves Uyghur specialities. Whether you settle into one of their warm, cosy booths for a solo bowl of fat, slippery legmen noodles, or you get the large plate chicken to share with a few friends, you’ll soon see that this low-key spot has all the makings of a place you’ll want to visit regularly. Also, take our word for it: you’re definitely going to want to order a little extra to take home for tomorrow.

Dilara is open for delivery.

Karolina Wiercigroch


££££ 4 Pancras Square

Halal status: Chicken and lamb

What if I’ve made the wrong choice? Why did the server’s left eye twitch when I ordered that? Did I lock the front door when I left? Yes, food envy can have you questioning everything. But you can relax, because we haven’t met a dish at this Sri Lankan restaurant that we didn’t like. Everything is excellent, from the dosas to the lamb shank buriani, to the biggest prawns you will probably ever lay eyes on. Plus, the food is designed for groups, which means your food envy can take a day off.

Brigadiers is open for delivery, as well as selling meal kits here.


££££ 134 Baker street

Halal status: Chicken

Fried chicken, but make it fashion, and halal. This upmarket chicken spot in Baker Street is excellent. And everything from the chicken tenders to the hot wings to the straight up chik’n sandwiches taste fresh.

Chik’n is open for takeaway and delivery.

Giulia Verdinelli

Passyunk Avenue

££££ 80 Cleveland St

Halal status: Beef, chicken, and turkey are halal

Like flower walls and 19-year-olds on yachts, a philly cheesesteak is something we’re mostly used to seeing on Instagram. Enter Passyunk Avenue, a Philadelphia-inspired spot and dive bar that you can experience in 3D. AKA real life. The cheesesteak is made with shredded rib-eye steak and your choice of cheese in Italian hoagie bread. It’s moreish in all the right ways, and once you try it, you will be back. They also have some pretty good buffalo wings if you’re in the mood for chicken.

Passyunk Avenue is open for delivery, as well as selling meal kits here.

Gökyüzü Restaurant

££££ 26-27 Grand Parade, Green Lanes

Halal status: All meat is halal

In case you don’t already know, Gokyuzu is a Turkish restaurant in Harringay that lives in our hearts rent free. We’d go for the manti, the chicken wings, the cop shish, and the beyti. Yeah we know it’s a big order, but it’s the kind of food you happily takeaway and eat the next day. Or as soon as you get home. They have other branches in Finchley, Walthamstow, and Chingford.

Gökyüzü is open for delivery.

Beit El Zaytoun

££££ 15 Barretts Green Rd

Halal status: All meat is halal

All-day restaurant Beit El Zaytoun is making some seriously good Middle Eastern food. It’s a great place to enjoy a relaxed Lebanese brunch in their semi-outdoor area, with meat and cheese manakeesh, halloumi, and zait w zaatar all on the menu. It also stays open till late when you can get shawarmas and wrap platters.

Beit El Zaytoun is open for takeaway and delivery.

P. F. Chang's

££££ 10 Great Newport Street

Halal status: All meat is halal

The mongolian beef at this Chinese spot, the London outpost of a worldwide chain, is more than enough reason to make that trip to Leicester Square. Those slices of tender beef in a sweet soy glaze, the dynamite shrimp, and the honey chicken should all be on your order. It’s a great spot for a halal Chinese feast.

P.F. Chang’s is temporarily closed.

Coya London

Peruvian  in  Mayfair
££££ 118 Piccadilly

Halal status: Wagyu Beef

If Coya was a person it would be the beautiful, popular friend of a friend who’s annoyingly nice and intimidatingly cool. Basically as a person, we’d probably find them depressing to be around. But as a restaurant we love them. This spot has some of the best guacamole we’ve tried in London, as well as some mind-blowingly good crab tacos, and some very good wagyu sliders. Plus the OTT interior makes it perfect for a celebratory meal.

Coya is open for delivery.

Red Iron Burgers

££££ 280 High St

Halal status: All meat is halal

As far as we’re concerned, burger options are always welcome, and this diner has one of the best halal burgers in London. It’s meat heavy, and the layers of cheese, the red iron burger sauce, crispy onions, and jalapenos make it an all-rounder. And to top it all off, it comes with thick-cut chips for £11.95.

Red Iron Burgers is open for takeaway and delivery.

Sadaf Restaurant

££££ 3-5 Campden Hill Rd

Halal status: All meat is halal

There’s quite a lot of choice when it comes to Persian restaurants in London, with a large proportion of them being halal. But Sadaf is one of our favourites. This airy spot just off High Street Kensington serves some great lamb chops, addictive taftoon bread, and some of the juiciest koobideh around. The hefty portions mean you almost always end up getting some to takeaway - which is always a plus.

Sadaf is open for takeaway and delivery.

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