Best Halal Restaurants In Glasgow

Navigating Glasgow's diverse and exciting dining scene can be tricky at the best of times. But if you're from the Islamic faith and have specific dietary requirements? It can be even more of a challenge. Whether you're looking for crispy fried buttermilk chicken, fancy pants kebabs or sumptuous Indian street food to celebrate Eid, we’ve done the legwork and rounded up Glasgow's best halal restaurants.

From the same team behind Bread Meats Bread, Babs is bringing posh kebabs to the city centre. Serving up halal chicken and lamb at affordable prices, this is the ideal cheap lunch spot - but they don't take reservations, so pitch up early, especially if you're going at the end of Ramadan.

Doner Haus

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Serving up 'Berlin kebaps', Doner Haus assures that, while not all their products are halal, their doner and shawarma are both certified, and they take great care with the way they store, cook and serve all of their dishes. Plus, the light and contemporary venue is the perfect place to chill.

Bread Meats Bread

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The clue is in the name of this iconic burger spot. Located both in the city centre and the West End, Bread Meats Bread offers 100% halal chicken and lamb options - just check with your server before ordering. In for a spicy challenge? Try out the chilli-topped angry bird.

Tuk Tuk

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Already a firm favourite in Edinburgh, Tuk Tuk recently made the journey westward to set up shop on Sauchiehall Street. The completely halal menu features a load of authentic Indian street food, such as chicken lollipops, tarka dhal and lamb lassoni, as well as jugs of mango lassi.


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Looking for a halal restaurant in Glasgow's Southside? Thaikhun's menu is inspired by Bangkok's street food scene, so expect all the classics alongside some innovative regional specials. Just ask your waiter for more information about their halal chicken options and they'll help out.

This halal fine dining restaurant in Glasgow features elegant decor, with dark panelled wood and low-hanging lights. Chaakoo Bombay Cafe's menu is as gorgeous as the venue, featuring Indian small plates that are made for sharing, using ingredients sourced from certified halal suppliers.