Interested in halal restaurants in London? You’re in the right place as we’ve put together a list of the best luxury restaurants and local eateries – including some new additions - which deliver both on taste and experience.
The Halal Guys are pioneering American Halal Food around the world, including at their exciting new branch on Irving Street just off Leicester Square. Casual and relaxed as opposed to luxurious, the quality of its food speaks for itself, as customers rave about the mouth-watering dishes and chilled-out vibe. What’s more, the menu is 100% halal!
This family-owned restaurant in Dalston isn’t normally considered halal, but the team are happy to adapt dishes given advance notice. Angelina’s menu is inspired by a fusion of Japanese and Italian cuisine that at first may sound worlds apart, but which are united through core values. They champion seasonal and regional food to create delicious dishes that are sure to bring a smile to every diner’s face.
Michelin-starred Céleste’s menu pays tribute to British heritage dishes delivered with a vibrant European twist. Situated in the Lanesborough Hotel in the heart of London, the dining room features opulent period décor and stunning chandeliers, ensuring an unforgettable experience even before the food has arrived! The restaurant aims to take you on a culinary journey of flavour and with the exception of the tuna, all fish and the rib eye steak are halal.
Stepping into YOPO it’s easy to feel like you’ve left London - the rich interior combines art deco and 1970s accents to create an other-worldly ambience and the exciting menu uses the very best of available ingredients. The chef is passionate about seasonality, incorporating unusual twists to elevate dishes to a standard that will please even the most discerning diners. Located within The Mandrake, in Fitzrovia, YOPO serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Halal beef and lamb dishes can be sourced with 48 hours’ notice, while other dishes can be adjusted to suit your requirements.
A much-loved London institution, Dishoom is perfect both for casual dining and special events. With branches located across the city the restaurant caters for all, with a menu inspired by Bombay’s diverse influences and the bohemian elegance of its Irani cafés. At breakfast, select halal dishes are on offer, however at lunch and dinner the menu is 100% halal. Their extensive menu, which also caters for gluten and dairy-free diners, and the welcoming, lamp-lit opulence of its decor make for a memorable meal, whatever the occasion.
As the name suggests, Stax Diner is a slice of the American Deep south situated in the heart of the West End. Part of the Feed Your Soul chain of restaurants, the diner is located in bustling Kingly Court just off Carnaby Street, a vibrant area with over 100 bespoke and iconic shops. All burgers are halal, sides include southern classics such as fried pickles