Best Halal Restaurants in London

From sleek West End kitchens offering innovative fusion dishes to popular Soho haunts where the queue might be long but the food is certainly worth it, this city is filled with places that are ready and waiting to cook up a delicious feast, in keeping with your way of life. You just need to know where to look. We're giving you a helping hand by compiling a list of London's best halal restaurants.

Last updated on 4th August 2021




Absurd Bird Soho

1031 user reviews 4

If you're desperate to get your fried chicken fix, there are few places that do it quite as well as Absurd Bird. Specialising in all things poultry, this Soho kitchen is cooking up juicy wings, burgers, waffles and more of the best halal food in London.

Meat & Shake Tooting

29 user reviews 4

When you're thinking of affordable halal restaurants around London, don't forget Meat & Shake. The wood fire-loving pros are barbecuing everything from beef brisket and smoked ribs to jerk chicken burgers and sirloin steak at their Tooting abode.

Hoppers

1 user review 4

Taking you on a gastronomic journey to Sri Lanka, 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. 

Ceru are bringing a taste of the Mediterranean to South Kensington, complete with a selection of Levantine wines, flavourful small plates and platters that pack one hell of a punch. Plus, be sure to check out their brunch offerings when the weekend rolls around.

Maison Bab is all about sexy, Middle Eastern flavours in a swoon-worthy location. Along with vegan and vegetarian delights, this Covent Garden beauty also offers halal alternatives for a number of its gourmet kebabs and Korean fried chicken.

Hakkasan

4 user reviews 4

Hakkasan is a Michelin-starred restaurant offering a dazzling mix of modern Chinese cuisine. Sporting luxe interiors and a range of world-class dim sum, small plates and show-stopping sharers, this halal-friendly Mayfair restaurant is a great choice for date nights. 

Chotto Matte

6 user reviews 4

With seabass ceviche, tuna tataki and wagyu gyoza all up for grabs, it's not hard to see why Chotto Matte is considered to be up there with the best halal restaurants in London. What's more, the West End kitchen is shaking things up with its fusion menu of Nikkei - that's a mix of Peruvian and Japanese - cuisine.

Arabica Bar & Kitchen

1 user review 4

Halloumi flatbreads, spiced lamb and bulgar wheat croquettes, chicken and pistachio taouk... the sublime eats at Arabica Bar & Kitchen are sure to have you coming back for more. Swing by this Southwark spot for a truly decadent lunch or dinner.