Best Halal Restaurants in London

More than just applicable to food, halal is a lifestyle, commiting to the rules of Islam in each and every way; if you're interested in finding the food however, you've come to a great place. From local eateries to swish restaurants that promise perfectly put together dishes (that are permissible to eat), we've generated a list of some of the best Halal restaurants in London. 

Last updated on 19th February 2021




Balans Shepherds Bush

96 user reviews 4

Found yourself all shopped-out at Shepherds Bush Westfields and in desperate need of some refuelling? Then Balans Soho Society is for you. With stylish interiors and a food and drinks menu that's bound to make you linger for longer than planned, this indulgent spot is the place to go to escape the flurry of shoppers.

Meat & Shake Tooting

28 user reviews 4

When you're thinking of great London restaurants serving halal food, don't forget Meat & Shake. The Tooting kitchen is dishing up a range of burgers, briskets and smoked cuts to enjoy, along with tasty drinks.

Chotto Matte

6 user reviews 4

Vegetable tempura, king oyster tostadas and miso-marinated smoked lamb chop... all these and more are up for grabs at Chotto Matte. The West End restaurant is a gorgeous spot for your halal meal, serving up an unusual menu of Nikkei cuisine - that's a combination of Peruvian and Japanese cooking.

MEATmission

3 user reviews 5

Looking for mega indulgent burgers and filthy fries? MeatMISSION are the place to head for just that. While there is alcohol at the venue, let the venue know that're looking for halal dishes in advance and they'll promise to be a helping hand in working you around the menu.

Hoppers

1 user review 4

Sending you to the beauty of Sri Lanka then back, Hoppers may be a restaurant that sits in the contemporary sphere, but it can't get away from those all important classic spices. Join them for unique takes on dishes you've heard before, enjoying halal chicken and lamb along the way. 

Bringing you kebabs at an elecated status, Maison Bab is all about sexy, Middle Estern flavours in a more than Instagram worth location. From a celeriac shawarma for the meat-free to chicken shish for the meat-keen, tuck in to plenty of authentic yet smart delights. To note: the mutton, lamb and chicken are all halal.

You know you're set for a swanky time if you head to a restaurant in South Kensington, and Ceru serves up just that. While still approachable (it's inherently a smart casual spot), it's elevated Middle Eastern dishes that shine here, with all meats verified as halal.