Cinnamon Bazaar are cooking up a storm in their kitchens across the city, but it's their Covent Garden site that we deem the prettiest. Gaze at the truly gorgeous decor while tucking into aromatic Indian dishes using halal beef and lamb.
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.
An Indian barbecue restaurant and sports bar in the City, Brigadiers offers a wide selection of halal options straight off the gill. Swing by if you work in the city and fancy watching the match or take part in a game of pool while grabbing after-work drinks.
Wondering where to eat halal in London? Look no further than Roti Chai, a gorgeous Indian restaurant in Marylebone. Feast on sumptuous dishes of tandoor specials in an elegant setting or split tapas-style sharing plates inspired by street hawkers in the more casual dining space.
Perfectly placed just a stone's throw from Hanger Lane station, Tigerbay is one of London's top halal restaurants with outdoor seating. To make the deal even sweeter? They have an extensive array of Lebanese dishes and knockout mocktails to match.
Something of a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, Rosa's Thai Cafe are whipping up something for everyone at their restaurants around London. Not only do they offer halal-firendly curries, stir fries and light bites, but they also have veggie and vegan alternatives.
Head over to The Rubens at The Palace Hotel where their halal afternoon tea is bringing you delicate tiers of sandwiches, pastries and delicious macarons. On top of the edible treats, you'll be able to select your beverage of choice from their extensive loose leaf selection.
A halal-friendly restaurant in Central London, Green Mosaic is a fun and quirky pizza restaurant specialising in Neopolitan-style slices. Dough is made using turmeric, flaxseed and oats before being fermented for 48 hours, making it one of the healthiest and unusual bites around.
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.
Tucked away behind Oxford Street and serving up a reasonable selection of halal dishes, House of Ho aren't just shaking up beautiful mocktails. They're also your one-stop shop for Vietnamese classics; with everything from dumplings to pho on the menu.
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.
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.