All of the meat served at Indian street food restaurant Indico is halal, so you'll be free to enjoy a huge selection of Dhaba-style curries, thalis and small plates. Think aloo tikki, lollipop fried chicken and Mughlai lamb rogan josh, washed down with a range of sweet and sour mocktails.
Halal Restaurants In Birmingham
Birmingham is proudly one of Britain's most diverse cities and in turn, our restaurants cater to a wide range of dietary requirements. If you happen to be of the Islamic faith and are in search of the best places to eat halal, you're in the right place. From succulent steaks to brilliant burgers, aromatic Indian curries to tantilising Thai noodles, there's plenty of halal restaurants in Birmingham at your fingertips.
Marco Pierre White's gorgeous steak selection is predominantly halal, however it's always best to give them a call at least 48 hours in advance to make sure they can cater to your requirements. With its rooftop views and glamorous aesthetic, it's no wonder Brummies love it so.
Comptoir Libanais has opened its first Midlands outpost, offering an all-day menu of delicious Lebanese dishes. From breakfast to dinner, you can munch on halal-friendly fry ups and flatbread, as well as grilled goodies and tasty tagines later in the day.
This Argentinean eatery has set up shop just a stone's throw from Cathedral Square, in the buzzing business district. If you're looking to grab dinner after work, or have a client meeting, give Gaucho a call ahead of your visit and they can arrange fresh cuts of meat for your arrival.
Indian and Punjabi cuisine sits at the heart of Pushkar, and the pristine white decor, dashes of gold and indulgent atmosphere make it one swish place to grab dinner. Offering a menu of halal meat dishes, their rarha gosht is not one to be missed out on.
A multi-level Thai restaurant in the city centre, Chaophraya serve renowned authentic cuisine with a modern twist, and in a rather luxurious setting. Head on over and you'll get to feast on halal lamb, duck and chicken while admiring the jellyfish tank.
Halal meat is used in all the curries at Lasan. Previously named 'Best Local Restaurant' by big man Gordon Ramsey himself, the eatery gives you the chance to enjoy star dishes such as the sikandari raan, a tantilising slow-cooked shank with spices, dhal makhani and raita.
Award-winning India eatery Umami may be a little while away in Harbourne, but it's well worth a visit for their signature dishes and unique supper clubs showcasing the finest in Punjab cuisine. To make the experience even better, they promise all of their meat is halal.