Best Halal Brunch In London

When the brunching hour arrives what are you craving? Fancy breakfasts with eggs aplenty? Plates of crispy fried chicken and waffles? A table teeming with delicious small plates? All of the above? Whatever your heart desires, the capital is more than ready to serve up, and the best part? There's plenty of halal-friendly restaurants doing some seriously good work on the brunch front. Take a look at our definitive list of the best halal brunch spots in London, so you know exactly where to get your weekend eats in. 

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Last updated on 17th April 2024


Brunch at Mediterranean restaurant Gallio and devour fresh plates of food alongside signature tipples. Nestled in the heart of Canary Wharf, you'll find a pretty oasis complete with teal, velvet furnishings, rustic stone walls and trees. The menu caters for all and features sweet treats to kick start your day, such as honey or chocolate and pistachio croissants, followed by Greek doughnuts, Turkish eggs or a full breakfast including garlic yoghurt, merguez sausage and turkey bacon atop a fluffy flatbread. 


Look no further than FEYA for a brunch that'll have you drooling before you've even stepped foot inside the rainforest-themed venue. Adorned with dangling foliage, golden light fixtures and plush velvet seating, it makes a picture-perfect spot for a bit of food. Browse the menu before devouring the likes of Arabian shakshuka, wisteria waffles and acai rainbow bowls, washed down with artisan coffee.

Balans - Various Sites

Balans Cafe Bar is whipping up a whole range of mouthwatering items for lovers of halal brunch in Soho, Stratford, Kensington and Shepherd's Bush. Curb your morning cravings with their steak and eggs with Balans potatoes and chimichurri, all washed down with their delicious selection of hot drinks and cocktails.

Dishoom Kensington

A place to get your weekend feast on, Dishoom's Saturday and Sunday selection will have you tucking into egg rolls, keema per eedu or akuri of a morning. On top the edibles, their all-inclusive menu will treat you to a glass of fizz or a bloody mary, with non-alcoholic options to boot. All meats here are halal, and while they do serve bacon at breakfast, this is cooked separately to other food items.


Renowned for being one of the best halal brunch places in Central London, Drunch is a Mayfair institution serving up plates of egg and smashed avocado all day long. Just a short walk from Bond Street is the ultimate place to carbo-load before a shopping trip, or the spot to chill out once the retail therapy is done. This destination is fully halal, so you'll have complete pick of the menu.

Maison Bab

Fancy kebabs are the order of the day at this Covent Garden eatery. Fronting a mouthwatering selection of flatbreads, from fried chicken shish to lamb adana, they're the perfect spot to get your afternoon eats in. They've also got a very tasty mutton curry, and their fries come with a fondue option.


A Middle Eastern-style breakfast place that's fully halal, Ceru is ideal for brunching. The all-day menu at South Kensington location makes sure you're covered for Merguez sausages, grilled halloumi and baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce, classic Turkish eggs and more - all with pita for mopping up those yolks, of course.

Sunday in Brooklyn

Notting Hill mainstay Sunday in Brooklyn is exactly what you'd expect from the name: a modern American restaurant with heaps of style, attracting crowds for brunch in a neighbourhood setting. While meat isn't halal, vegetarian and pescatarian options are plentiful, including hazelnut maple praline pancakes with brown butter and the Don Ruben omelette.

Buns & Buns Covent Garden

When it comes to halal brunch in Covent Garden, Buns & Buns is a taste of Floridian dining that brings the Sunshine State to London. They're partially halal, as they do have pork items in the kitchen, but halal meats are cooked separately from non-halal, so you can enjoy everything from prime tenderloin beef in black pepper sauce to soft shell tempura crab buns.