With the country in lockdown, Ramadan isn’t looking quite the same this time around. But that isn’t stopping the city’s best restaurants from bringing you all kinds of halal-friendly dishes. Rounding up everything from West African classics and Lebanese favourites to desserts, burgers and chicken, these are the best halal deliveries in London.
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Fatburger: Not only is Fatburger delivering buffalo chicken, chilli cheese fries and loaded buns, but the Camden spot is also halal-friendly.
Moi Moi Island: Coming to you from the brains behind Guanabana and Mamasons, Moi Moi Island is the Kentish Town spot dedicated to West African and Caribbean food. Think vegan bowls, suya beef and spicy ox tail.
Tarshish: While this Wood Green favourite may be temporarily closed, you can still tuck into halal food with Turkish delivery in the form of mezze and fancy shish kebabs.
German Doner Kebab: From Camden to Islington and beyond, German Doner Kebab is serving up a range of Middle Eastern dishes; including lahmacun wraps and doner boxes.
Twisted London: In addition to their East London site, Twisted has set up shop in King’s Cross to bring you steak fries, loaded burgers and more.
El Pollote: After halal chicken delivery in London? Look no further than this Surrey Quays favourite. Winner of Wing Fest 2019, they’ve got everything from guava-glazed thighs to buffalo habanero bites.
Yen Burger: Located on Southwark Street, Yen Burger is the East Asian restaurant that's home to wagyu beef, Angus steaks and veggie plates. All of the meat is halal so you can break fast in style.
Absurd Bird: Known for its cracking selection of fried chicken, Absurd Bird is dispatching all sorts of halal-friendly dishes; from tenders and burgers to bundles starting at £12.25.
Bone Daddies: The cheeky ramen joint that delivers poke, katsu, bao buns and noodles? Bone Daddies knows a thing or two about halal food deliveries in London.
Casa Do Frango: From London Bridge to Shoreditch, Casa Do Frango has got the peri peri goods. Tuck into elevated Portuguese chicken alongside salt cod fritters, garlic prawns and pastel de natas.
Mother Clucker: Whether you like yours served hot, battered crispy, smothered in sauce or stuffed in a brioche bun, this chicken joint has it all.
Normah’s Place: Can’t head to Normah’s? Let them come to you. The Queensway restaurant is bringing you halal-certified Malaysian dishes; with curries, rendang and laksa on the menu.
Maroush: A staple of West London’s dining scene, Maroush is dispatching the kind of Lebanese food that you need in your life. We’re talking shawarma, mezza, tabbouleh and more.
Grilandia: This Bayswater pick has come to your lockdown rescue with a selection of Middle Eastern platters, starters in the form of falafel and sujuk, and grilled specialities - all halal-friendly, of course.
The Lebanese Bakery: This neighbourhood bakery is going beyond its usual Covent Garden location to distribute flatbreads, soups, salads and desserts across the city. Check out their new Iftar menu which is available for delivery and collection.
Kanishka: Atul Kochhar’s West End restaurant is fulfilling your cravings with Kanishka At Home. Expect chicken tikka pies, railway goat curries and tandoori salmon finished off with a spiced chocolate brownie.
Popina: Situated in the heart of Mayfair, Popina has got tarts, spicy rolls and sweet treats in store. Breaking fast? How about a chocolate and pistachio tart for dessert?
Levant Kitchen: This Middle Eastern pick is delivering kofta boxes, shish wraps, minced lamb rice and stuffed vine leaves to homes across London.
Jardin du Jasmin: Pivoting to delivery, the gorgeous Jardin du Jasmin has launched PEAR. That means breakfast, lunch and dinner with North African dishes and weekly specials.
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