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    • imran
    • 16/02/2013
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    Like your reviews… but u need to eat more often πŸ˜‰
    Your audience needs more than one review per month!!!

      • HalalGirl
      • 16/02/2013
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      Sorry, I’m just getting use to this whole thing BUT not to worry, new post will be up tonight! πŸ™‚

        • Zaid
        • 02/03/2015
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        Hmc certified products are not halal, within the slaughter houses that I worked in for them, the monitoring is a complete failure, one man in most cases running between stamping and monitoring the slaughter, is that what you call halal, not at all. There are many other failures in that would make the meat haram, so your choice, at least I’ve done my duty, so you can promote a haram astablishment, your choice, I don’t have to answer to this, when one day I will be questioned by ALLAH

        1. Reply

          I see.

          1. go to big moes diner in aldgate east it looks so good and tastes soooo good

          • Yasmin
          • 25/04/2015
          Reply

          So where else could we possibly get Halal meat from if your saying to avoid hmc (the most reputable place)

          1. Hi/Salaams All,

            I have had a close involvement with HMC in the past couple of months, mainly with the Operations Director. I can tell you that for someone to claim that the complete process is wrong is in correct. We have been through the process a number of times and they do their best to ensure monitoring is carried out throughout the process.

            Check out their website for more details or feel free to get in touch.

            Thanks,

            Mohammad

            • Amina
            • 26/07/2016

            Willow brook Farm in Oxford rears and slaughters it’s own meat and is run by a Muslim (revert/convert).

          • Anonymous
          • 19/06/2015
          Reply

          Cool story bro

            • Omer
            • 16/01/2016

            You would not be an “Anonymous” had you any honesty to your claims. I say you are only attempting to tarnish the reputation of HMC. Alhamdulillah all I know is that most reputable scholars have backed it. I for sure can not take a word of someone “Anonymous”.

          • H
          • 20/09/2015
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          HI Zaid, HMC certified is a certified halal monitoring system to allow people to know the source of the meat itself. To say it isn’t Halal is a very general statement and doesn’t give all the slaughter houses credit , unless you have worked for all of them.

          • riz
          • 19/12/2015
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          bro if a process is certified halal by a good agency, then you do not need to witness every process. There is a certain trust element that kicks in.

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          it’s easy to talk utter nonsense
          ive work on the moon and it was humid.
          any one can make claims but when you do you should at least back them up with some details or facts

          • Anonymous
          • 30/10/2016
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          What is “real Halal” then? Please enlighten us. Should we not eat anything labelled as “Halal” in the UK then?

        • Naz
        • 10/06/2015
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        I would say a little injustice here, firstly, the best South Asian meat based cooking is from Pakistan – yet its not even listed as a cuisine!

        We can mentioned well established names like ‘Tayyabs’, however, the real gem for the last few years is the Pak/Afghan fusion of “Waatan” on Southall Broadway – not the most scenic settings but the food is deliciously authentic! Try the afghan mix grill and the Pakistani Karahi’s.

      • Jamie
      • 23/04/2014
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      I recently visited Meat and Shake in Tooting. I was very disappointed with it. Condiments and fries were good, concept also very good. The meat was tasteless and with very little flavour. I regularly buy halal burgers and meat from an organic farmer in Kent and the meat served at some of these places are sub standard.

      It’s a bit sad that people rave about food that isn’t all that good.

        • yusuf
        • 09/01/2015
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        Grear idea love the blog. If your in Dubai again soon try Max burger in city centre mall. Amazing burger. I was just there in december

        • Muttee Ahmad
        • 12/02/2015
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        I totally concur with what you said, Mean & Shake’s meat is tasteless not the highest quality one either, it kinda reeks

        • Ray shah
        • 17/08/2015
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        Hello Jamie a new place has just opened up in Earlsfield sw18 and is excellent and their food is getting allot of attention specificqlly my mates who have all be their and are extremly happy. check them out they are called Meat Rack. p.s their steaks are top notch.

        • Zubair Patel
        • 05/03/2017
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        To be honest Jamie…I went there in July 2015 and again later on in the year.

        The 1st time I went, the service was 2/5 along with the food. I went again the 2nd time and mate the welcome, service and food was spot-on.

        So I would say it’s one of those restaurents wheres its a “hit or miss”

      • Farha
      • 10/04/2015
      Reply

      Fab reviews!

      Keep an eye out for the new halal gourmet burger & shake franchise Asta Luego’s opening soon in Wembley!!

      1. Reply

        I just drove past the place yday and was intrigued to find out what it was! Thanks for confirming it is halal! πŸ™‚

        • Farha
        • 13/05/2015
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        Asta Leugo’s now open! East Lane in North Wembley.

          • Foodie
          • 17/05/2015
          Reply

          Can you please tell me the address and opening hours can find anything on Google?

            • Farha
            • 17/05/2015

            Asta Leugo’s
            193 East Lane
            North Wembley
            HA0 3NG

            Opening hours are 12pm – 11pm Monday to Sunday.

            • Foodie
            • 18/05/2015

            Thanks for address but it came late so we drove out to it yesturday and found it easily. the menu looked fabulous-but took 40 minutes for the food to arrive and then it didn’t really deliver on taste compared to the menu description. Burgers had good meat but no added taste as mentioned in menu description and fries were over cooked to just a hollow crunch. The interior of the restaurant is done up to some extent but our table was sticky on arrival. Might go again if in the area and their teething problems are ironed out. But probably not travel out there especially for it.

      • Samea
      • 05/07/2015
      Reply

      Any suggestions on any yummay halal grilled restaurants not based in east london??

        • Anonymous
        • 06/07/2015
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        Sofra (Turkish – great grilled kebabs) Central London http://www.sofra.co.uk/

        Meat & Shake (American style, bbq) Tooting http://meatandshake.com/

        Steakout (american, steaks) Southall/Harrow http://steakoutuk.com/

      • Anonymous
      • 28/08/2015
      Reply

      Hi all, just drove past Flames peri peri in Sudbury Wembley. Halal gourmet burgers and shakes etc. looks absolutely amazing.
      Does anyone know when it’s opening?

        • Anonymous
        • 20/10/2015
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        Its opened and fully refurbed now, havent been in yet to try it out though!

      • Anonymous
      • 28/03/2016
      Reply

      yes

    • Fazal
    • 17/02/2013
    Reply

    Do you know of any good Chinese halal places?

      • HalalGirl
      • 17/02/2013
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      Hey,
      Hmm, good chinese restaurants, well there’s Youngs in Wembley, Tai Pan in Northwood (please be aware of the partial halal menu in these two places) and if you’re willing to dig a bit deeper into your wallet, there’s ChinaTang in the Dorchester!
      However, there are similar alternatives to Chinese, I recently visited a Pan-Asian restaurant in Bayswater called Banana Tree (link here: ), C+Rs Malaysian restaurant on Westbourne Grove and Spicy Basil, a small but tasty Thai restaurant in Kilburn.
      Hope I was good help! πŸ™‚

        • Anonymous
        • 19/09/2013
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        How Cha – in Luton; Bedfordshire is a halal Chinese Restaurant πŸ™‚

          • Anonymous
          • 26/06/2014
          Reply

          Don’t bother with How Cha……yuck!!!!

      • Anonymous
      • 16/04/2015
      Reply

      Bombay Wok is a great place in Hounslow

      • Debbie
      • 12/02/2017
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      Aroma on Shepherd’s Bush green HMC buffet restaurant

    • Anonymous
    • 22/02/2013
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    Hi I was looking at your blogs and would just like to say you are doing a wonderful job I have also visited a few of the restaurants after reading your blogs about them. Keep up the good work hope to see some more posts up soon

      • HalalGirl
      • 22/02/2013
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      Thanks kind stranger! πŸ™‚

    • S
    • 22/03/2013
    Reply

    Hey, You reaaaally need to try Guananbana in Camden- Caribbean/Mexican food, service isn’t great but the food is delicious!

    Also, Nabrasa near Wimbledon, it’s a Brazilian BBQ, where they just keep bringing you meat as you finish it. Who can complain about endless meat?

      • HalalGirl
      • 23/03/2013
      Reply

      Hey S,
      I was actually planning on visiting Guanabana sometime in the next few weeks so keep checking back! Any dishes you can recommend?
      Endless meat?! Wow I’m already drooling a little. I’ll be sure to add it to my hit list! Thanks for the tip πŸ™‚

      • Amina
      • 26/07/2016
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      As salaamu alaykum dear sister/brothers,

      Really I’d just like to make an observation here based on a feeling I have and some growing interest and a little thought on this topic. My feeling is that we eat far too much AND far too much meat.

      Consequently some of the issues as I see them, regarding proper treatment of the animals before slaughter and then the slaughter itself as well as our conscience and consciousness in that regard, have come about because of that huge demand for, and over-consumption of meat because it’s that very demand which compromises the industry, places pressure on the processes and the staff (muslims and non-muslims) available to it and puts extra significance then on price instead of on permissibility for us to eat ‘properly’, what Allah swt has provided.

      Sometimes, unfortunately what can happen is that what used to be important to us, such as our concern for respectfully rearing the animal, treating them well during their lifetime, ensuring the conditions and the sharpness of the knife, the prayer and the acknowledgement of Allah swt in that whole process actually becomes lessened or secondary. Instead we may begin to put consideration of our pocket, palate and appetite ahead of our concern for its permissibility. This is so important for us all to reflect upon because if we as an individual are taking responsibility for confirming to others the permissibility of eating meat in a particular restaurant, based, just for example, simply on a recommendation from a friend’s personal taste in burgers or that the price and service is right or their bellies were satisfied, surely we run a risk don’t we?

      We may find ourselves providing, not only less than the best basic advice to a lot of people but also we may come off the straight path such that our own account could be called into question; not by me or any human of course but by Allah swt. Of course, it’s entirely natural to not want to be ripped off and for things to be tasty etc but surely we could consider and focus on what is ‘halal’ a little more?

      I feel we shouldn’t lessen or put secondary the responsibility to ourselves and to our own account because it’s precisely because of that account that we each must do more than simply accept what others tell us. Get some knowledge about β€˜halal’. Go to the farm. Go to the slaughter house. Talk to the people there and hear how they do things. I think it’s important for us all to help others and to do that having made our own well-informed, responsible choices.

      It’s right to remember that at the time of the Prophet (peace be upon him) meat-eating habits back then kept eating habits and slaughter very much in balance; there was a sense of occasion to the slaughter because they happened infrequently at times of celebration or significance; the animals were kept and slaughtered by the people themselves who had looked after them, not done in some remote place that the animal had never seen. Fast forward and we’ve lost so much of the value of that time. I feel it’s up to all of us as the good muslims that we are, to wake up to that again, eat less and do more to inform ourselves properly. I’d therefore recommend checking out Willowbrook farm in Kidlington, Oxford as a place to consider for your personal meat consumption to see what you think. willowbrookorganic.org

      Really I commend your intention to help us find good places for halal meat restaurants and I hope you receive this observation in the manner in which it was sent – kindly, to be supportive and as a reminder to keep straight – first to myself and then to others.

      May Allah swt make us all richer in knowledge. Ameen.

    • Anonymous
    • 20/05/2013
    Reply

    Salaam sis, great work, been to some of those places you’ve mentioned but really excited to try all the ones that you’ve reviewed that I haven’t tried, keep up the great work

    Omar

  1. Reply

    Thi restaurant in Greenford Broadway called Siam Pinto.
    Best Halal Thi I ever had. The Spicy Rice house special is my favourite.
    http://www.siampinto.co.uk

    • EZ
    • 02/06/2013
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    Hi,

    This is an excellent resource for hungry muslim Londoners!

    Just a minor suggestion though; I am not sure if your site allows you but you should perhaps have an index with restaurant name and location and then a link to your review. I had to trawl through many pages just to make sure I wasn’t missing something more convenient or more to my liking. Other than that very good work!

    Keep eating!

    1. Reply

      Hi there EZ,

      Thanks for the suggestion about the site!

      I’m not super tech savvy at the moment but will definitely be looking into your idea more to make it an easy read for you readers πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous
    • 21/06/2013
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    Hi Halal Girl,

    Came accross yoru site when I was googling for halal places. I myself am also a food bloger, im currently in the process of sorting my own blog out. It would be good to share recommendations with each other.

    I notice you went to Red Iron Burger Grill in Uxbridge. I like the look of this place however I noticed that they serve Bacon on the menu. Is this turkey bacon or proper bacon and if proper bacon do you know if they cook this on a sperate grill away from the halal food?

    I read on the zibnah website that the owners are muslim and so you woudl expect all teh food to be halal and no pork products but on trip advisor someone said only the chicken and beef is halal which is strange?

    Can you confirm if all the menu is halal or only selected things and if so do they use a seperate grill for the non halal products like bacon?

    Also if you like burgers you may want to try out a place called Cattle Grid. Its pretty cool place. I went to the Kingston branch, they specialise in burgers and steaks and have a partial halal menu i.e. the beef and chicken is halal but it is clearly marked on the menu and confirmed with them when I went there that they do use a sperate grill for there non halal food.

    Keep up the good work and hopefully i’ll have mine up and running soon.

    Adil.

    1. Reply

      Hi there Adil,

      Regarding Red Iron, all the meat served at the restaurant is halal and the bacon is infact turkey bacon! The owner is Muslim and can provide halal certificates of all the meat they serve at the restaurant.

      I have been researching lots about cattle grid and found that they only serve two halal steaks – the t-bone and the ribeye. But since you have actually visited the place and confirm that they do infact serve halal beef AND chicken, I may pay them a visit.

      Thanks for the suggestion Adil and good luck with your blog πŸ™‚

        • Anonymous
        • 24/06/2013
        Reply

        Hey, thanks for your response, thats good new regarding Red Iron Burgers, will def try it out…I finally went for it and bought a domain and set up my blog. Thought you may like the link if you want any good places to try out and will also be good to compare the same places we may have been too and how we each experienced them. The site is still under construction though as i’m still getting the hang of using word press but its up and running. I’ve got loads of reviews i did in Word which I need to upload but its on the go now so feel free to check it out and stuff.

        http://adils-food-blog.com/

        All the best.

        Adil.

    • Muslim
    • 26/06/2013
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    Salaam Alaykum Sister,

    Mashallah what you are doing is wonderful and may you be granted many blessings for looking out for your fellow brothers and sisters in Islam. I pray you continue to find more places the write about that my children and I can someday visit, Inshallah.

    Jazakallah.

    • Anonymous
    • 03/07/2013
    Reply

    Hey, i saw that your visit to Steak Out didnt go so well, ive not heard good things about that place either.

    Thought i’d suggest this place to u – http://bigmoesdiner.co.uk/
    Its really good and u won;t be dissapointed. I’ve been there once but that was a while ago and before I decided to do my blog so no pics of the food :o( but its def worth a visit. They do really good food and have put a lot of effort into the place. If you go towards the end of the week or weekend i suggest pre booking as it gets packed and double check ur booking if you go on a weekend as i’m not sure they do weekend bookings.

    Also another place which i;ve not tried yet but looks good is http://www.momsdiner.co.uk/
    Annoyingly they had a kitchen fire so the place is under renovation. I can;t wait to try this place out. Hopefully they will be ready for after ramzan. You can follow updates on facebook.

    Look forward to reading more reviews from you.

    Adil.

    • raja
    • 14/07/2013
    Reply

    I hope you are really a Muslim and not part of Morrison’s sales team,first of all
    Morrison’s MEAT IS NOT HMC approved.it is HFA approved according to the packaging.I have always been doubtful about HFA ,and do not buy meat approved by them.I think you should EDIT your article celebrating Morrison’s halal meat

    1. Reply

      If you had read my article properly, it is very obvious that I am not part of the Morrison’s sales team as I have pointed out some criticisms in the products. πŸ™‚

      Secondly, thanks for pointing out the mistake – I have edited this accordingly and did not mean to give out wrong information to any of my readers.

      • hanif
      • 04/04/2015
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      HMC OR HFA, these are both companies which promote the authenticity of Halal meat. It depends on what school of thought you follow. one promotes non stunned and the other stunned. you cannot say Morrison sell non halal meat. do you seriously think they would risk this? think about the consequences. I would rather trust the big supermarkets rather than your local butcher shop who not only buy HMC but also HFA endorsed products. look at the chaos in South Africa with the halal authorities there. There is simply not enough resource within these organisations to send inspectors to every butcher shop and inspect products. BY THE WAY, HMC were put into liquidation by the Inland revenue and started up again later for non payment of vat saying they were not aware they had to pay vat on fees collected from the shops . Read up on this. which ulama gave them sanction to trade again? under the law of the land, pay your debts. To conclude, trust your heart, if in doubt, DONT eat there, don’t go on forums saying this and that about HFA and doubt it is halal..

    • Ruth
    • 14/07/2013
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    salaam, MashaAllah great blog. I’m currently looking for nice places for me and friends to eat and you have helped so much!
    By the way, try Big Moe’s in Barking πŸ˜€

    • Mina3
    • 18/07/2013
    Reply

    Salam!

    Love your blog. Any suggestions for a venue in North London for my 30th birthday party?

    1. Reply

      Hi there,
      Firstly, I am so sorry for the late reply and hope I haven’t missed your birthday party deadline.
      Secondly, happy 30th birthday!
      Thirdly, for your birthday…

      – Gilgamesh (High end Pan-Asian): I haven’t visited myself but have heard excellent things!
      – Izgara (Turkish): Absolutely divine lamb chops here
      – Zeytoon (Afghan & Persian): I visited here a while back but my readers send me this same name over and over again, so it must still be good!
      – Bintang (Pan Asian): Funky restaurant and have heard good things from other bloggers.
      – Behesht (Persian)
      – Beirut Nights
      – Youngs (Chinese): Call in advance to enquire about halal dishes
      – Vapensiero (Italian): Call in advance to double check halal status
      – The Queen of Sheba (Ethiopian): Small venue but for something completely different, this place is cool.

      A list of places on the top of my head but if I think of anymore, I will update the list
      Hope this helps and hope you have an awesome birthday party! πŸ™‚

      Update:
      -hundred degrees (Indian Tapas)

        • Anonymous
        • 29/07/2013
        Reply

        Thanks so much, that’s a very extensive list, will check it out! And don’t worry, you haven’t missed it yet! πŸ˜‰

          • Umar and Safa
          • 03/08/2013
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          My wife and I had iftar at Zeytoon, great! The lamb shank was the best I’ve had in London and the koobedahs just melt on your tongue. Qabuli Pulow exquisite. My wife’s sweet and sour chicken was sweeter than the ice cream though. But not even overpriced in the slightest. I would definitely recommend to my friends, the atmosphere is intimate too.

    • Anonymous
    • 23/07/2013
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    Hey,

    Just thought I’d give you a heads up of another burger joint I found in East London near Brick Lane, its meant to be good although I;ve not tried it yet myself, but aiming too after Ramadan…http://www.route42diner.co.uk/

    Might be worth a try.

    Adil.

    1. Reply

      Thanks!:)

    • Anonymous
    • 24/07/2013
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    You need to review more halal handmade/American burger joints! I am very much enjoying your write ups!

    1. Reply

      Don’t you worry, there will be more burger places very soon!

        • Anonymous
        • 24/07/2013
        Reply

        you should try The Kebab Company (TKC), they have 2 branches one in Balham and one in Clapham! Minted Lamb Burger!! If you go there and do a review I want a shout out in the article lol!

        1. Reply

          Thanks! I will check out TKC but how can I possibly give a shoutout to an anonymous? πŸ˜‰

    • Anonymous
    • 28/07/2013
    Reply

    we love your blog. do you know who has the best nihari in London?

    1. Reply

      mmmm.. I do love nihari – unfortunately I haven’t come across anywhere that does good nihari! Sorry!

        • A
        • 29/04/2014
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        Dawat in Tooting. Best nihari i’ve ever tried. Not the most luxurious place (far from it) but the food is on point.

        • WL
        • 03/07/2016
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        Nagina restaurant in Ilford has one of the best Nihari. In North /West London Aladin in Hendon hs good Nihari

        • Mehreen Jamil
        • 14/02/2017
        Reply

        Try raavi kebab on drummond street. U wont be disappointed

    • Anonymous
    • 29/07/2013
    Reply

    salaam. This is a fantastic blog. have wrote a few down i need to try. i love my michelin star dining and it is a shame only indian restaurants (which are good, but we need some more variety). if you haven’t you should try cinammon club westminster, la sophia notting hill and oxo tower. peace.

    • Anonymous
    • 01/08/2013
    Reply

    Hi, Love your work, some great reviews, you should try, Mexican Grille (opened last month) on Mile End Road, Del Aziz near tower bridge, who have the best ribs ever, El Cantra who have a great atmosphere, GBK have halal burgers and will be great for your burger section alongside other great Turkish grills such as Gokyuzu, Kervan, Dervan, and also The Best Kebab in Stoke Newington is actually The Best Kebab I have ever had. Also think you should have a buffet section and review weekly and build a name and then get free food where ever you go.

    • F
    • 19/08/2013
    Reply

    Hi,

    Thanks for your amazing blog. Some very good places there that I didnt realise were halal.

    Have you tried Smokeys in Slough?
    Decent Beef Burger and Steaks too.

    Its also right by Treatz (dessert parlour). You could kill 2 birds with 1 stone lol.

    • Anonymous
    • 29/08/2013
    Reply

    OMG Please do not get tricked into trying Smokies in Slough, Its awful, they ain;t got a clue about how to cook steaks, visit at your perril.

    • Anonymous
    • 09/09/2013
    Reply

    This is absolutely wonderful. I am a returning reader and have visited a few of the restaurants based on your recommendation. Keep up the good work

    • Rahima begum
    • 03/10/2013
    Reply

    Assalamualaikum. I am trying to enter your Meat and Wine company competition but cannot seem to post my answer into the comments box, because the comments box does not appear on the page. My answer to your question is “DroΓ«wors is a popular South African snack, deriving from coriander-seed spiced boerewors sausage.” I have tweeted it also (@rai_b_85) but am unsure which email my account is linked to! kindly consider this as a valid entry. Thank you!

    1. Reply

      Have noted your entry πŸ™‚

        • Anonymous
        • 14/10/2013
        Reply

        Although I did not win, I think it’s admirable that you gave away those meat and wine company vouchers to followers of your blog and not just to your friends and family. What other excellent steak houses do you know of in and around Harrow?

    • Anonymous
    • 13/10/2013
    Reply

    OMG,

    You have to go visit Meat and Shake in tooting, its awsome, some of the best beef burgers i’ve had in UK.

    Try it out next time you fancy a burger.

    Adil. :o)

    • Anonymous
    • 31/10/2013
    Reply

    Hey, Just came accross this blog which seems really cool and useful.

    Thought i;d share.

    http://halalled.wordpress.com/

    Adil

    • adam
    • 01/11/2013
    Reply

    zizu’s in leyton, the steak is amazing!! chops are great as well, definitely worth a try

    • Sarmad
    • 23/12/2013
    Reply

    Stumbled across this page. Very useful. You may want to think about posting on a map drop-pins all the places you have been. Would make a good reference point for readers.

  2. Reply

    You have the most awesome blog, and it’s now become our go to reference point with regards to where we’re going pretty much every Saturday night!
    By any chance do you have all the restaurants you have visited cross referenced on a map, as sometimes we are in a particular area and want to go somewhere different and it takes years going through all the restaurants to check if any are near by!

  3. Reply

    Salam HG,

    1- Congratulations on getting engaged, soon you will join the ranks, insha Allah.
    May Allah Ta’ala bring happiness and prosperity in this regard.

    2- About indexing the restaurants, it will be a great idea. We can then jump to the restaurant very quickly. You can do it very very easily. Simplest way is to do a Blog titles Restaurants List. Put a table in it, add the names, type, location and Link to it’s website. Then, when you visit any restaurant, just add one more line to that blog.

    Regards,

    Kashif

    1. Reply

      Salaams Kashif,

      Thanks for the kind congratulations!

      I will look into this and thanks for the instructions – made my life easier seeing as I have no idea how to run a website!

  4. Reply

    Once I found online a Chinese restaurant little while ago, run by Chinese Muslims. One of it’s characteristics was that it allowed you to order unlimited number of dishes for fixed price. but with a condition that you must finish all the ordered dishes (no wasting , no over-ordering). Otherwise you will be charged per dish.

    It was very interesting. I wanted to visit this place but I lost it’s contact details. and could not find again. Would you know it by any chance?

    1. Reply

      Wow that sounds like an interesting restaurant – such a good concept. Unfortunately, I tried googling this for you and came to no avail! Sorry πŸ™

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        Do you happen to know the area or location that they are based in?

          • Mush
          • 16/07/2015
          Reply

          Hey was just wondering what you’d say is the best halal burger in London. And if so any you’d reccomend beat farrington. I have not been to London as much so was just wondering. Any opinions would be good.

      • Anonymous
      • 01/05/2015
      Reply

      That’s got to be Wok’s Cooking on London road in Norbury. It”s their idea of a buffet where you order as much as you want for like 14.95.

    • MegaHaloodie
    • 20/02/2014
    Reply

    Hey Halal Girl,

    As someone who LOVES her food, especially the meat getting your view on the variety around London is fantastic. Keep it up!

    A suggestion came to mind – It would be absolutely great if as a visitor to the homepage I was able to sort your blogs in accordance with the rating you gave. With your highly coveted 3.5/5 or higher rated restaurant reviews quickly accessible at the click of a finger πŸ™‚ Similarly to how you’ve categorized cuisines on your home page.

    Hope we can see this new functionality at some point soon! By the way, have you ever tried Persian Palace or Molana’s in Ealing? AWESOME Persian food there – Portions so big you’ll be full for days!

    Take care,

    MegaHaloodie

    • Kalam Lais
    • 28/03/2014
    Reply

    Hey there! How is it going? Hope you are well.

    Just wanted to say I came across your blog today and am really enjoying it so far. I cannot wait to try β€˜Loco Mexicano’ & β€˜Bone Daddies’.

    I personally love Thai food and have been visiting this place http://www.fitourestaurant.co.uk/ for a good few years. It’s a small family run place and having experienced authentic Thai food in Thailand (I will never forget that Seabass I had in a muslim fishing village in Koh Samui – it was heavenly!!!!), this is the closest I have found here in London. Thought you might want to visit and try for yourself. Would love to hear your opinion on the place and their food. In the meantime keep up the good work girl!!

      • Kerry
      • 07/04/2014
      Reply

      Blue Orchid Thai restaurant in Aspley Guise Bedfordshire is run by Muslim brother and serves everything halal except duck and no Pork on the menu. It is a delightful restaurant in rural location with a garden open to dine alfresco in good weather. They also have an Indian restaurant attached called Little India (also halal). I heartily recommend.

      http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g967106-d2194504-Reviews-Blue_Orchid-Aspley_Guise_Bedfordshire_England.html

    • Anonymous
    • 09/04/2014
    Reply

    Hi is dere any place where they do halal lamb and chicken steaks not beef steaks and any nice mixicain in London thank you

  5. Reply

    Hi Halalgirlabouttown,

    I discovered your blog yesterday and it’s great so, well done! I visited Loaded Burger in Ilford yesterday after seeing your pictures πŸ™‚ There’s a new halal place in Ilford called Monte Cristo Cafe which you may be interested in. The food and decor were lovely.

    Regards,

    Saima.

    • Qassir
    • 21/05/2014
    Reply

    No wayyy.. This is what I do but keep it all to myself lol.. Alhamdullilah got like over a hundred pics of food from many different places (not showing off cuh I said alhamdullilah lol) Masha’Allah you done a great job with this especially the table! Will definately try out some of the places u rated highly and I’ll hit you up with some new places you can blog about too.

    • Mustafa
    • 23/05/2014
    Reply

    Hey,
    I was wondering if i could call upon your culinary knowledge; i was wondering if Hakkasan is halal? I’ve tried contacting them but it just goes to an automated booking system SoI thought id ask you.

    Cheers

    1. Reply

      Out of my amazing culinary knowledge, I sadly have to inform you that its not halal πŸ™

      But you can always have the mock chicken!!

        • Mustafa
        • 28/05/2014
        Reply

        Thanks anyway, I guess i’ll pay a visit to cocochan instead although novikov’s raised my expectations now.

  6. Reply

    You should do a review of Neon Burgers in Stoke Newington, it’s a new place but would be good to know what your opinion is of it. A lot of friends been posting on Insta and Facebook but I live all the way in South London and follow your blog quite a lot, only really go to place you give a 4* or above!

    • Mohjir
    • 01/06/2014
    Reply

    Salaams. As someone who has been following the burdgeoning halal burger scene for awhile and who has discovered some excellent examples through you blog could I suggest Stateside kitchen in Tooting. I went there last night and it is is excellent value and almost as good as Red Iron and better IMHO than both Loaded & Meat and Shake. The are planning on developing a pizza business as well using sourdough . Well worth a visit especially as a take away.

    • O
    • 01/06/2014
    Reply

    Hi
    Great blog.
    Anniversary dinner, good ambience, around 70 quid for two….solution?

    Thanks for your help in advance

    • Mo
    • 03/06/2014
    Reply

    You’re the BEST! Keep them coming, never mind the haters! Thanks for all the yummy recommendations. Went Neon yday and told them I only came because of you LOL!

    • Abdul Kareem
    • 24/06/2014
    Reply

    We visited London for the weekend and your blog was the only research we did. Sticky Wings was delicious and we wanted to visit a burger place but found it too far from our North London base. Wanted to thank you for the information, may Allah bless you and reward you.

    PS no need to post this comment!

      • Izi
      • 23/08/2014
      Reply

      Neonburger is fantastic, personally found it even better than loaded, not far from north london

    • northerner
    • 27/06/2014
    Reply

    How about the new royal nawaab in the hoover building buffet have you tried this yet, we did and thought it was fabulous!!! please review

    • Sam
    • 01/07/2014
    Reply

    Hi girl! How about this such an amaze blog!! So glad to have found it! Xx

    • sana
    • 06/07/2014
    Reply

    A/salaam,
    Just came across your restaurant directory, and looking through your reviews is making me drool!…… which may not be the greatest idea at this moment since i’ve had suhoor and started my fast already, but i just got too excited and couldn’t stop myself at looking at all the places i havn’t been to yet. πŸ™‚
    I’m looking forward to trying them, thanks for posting up the places.

    p.s. i do have a few places to suggest that you may not have gone to, the one that come to mind right now is melur- edgware road (marble arch end).

  7. Reply

    Hey – cool reviews, great place to learn about new joints. BUT you seem to have labelled some Pakistani restaurants as ‘Indian’ – maybe a rookie mistake, but perhaps something to pay attention to next time πŸ™‚

    • Northern Soul
    • 01/08/2014
    Reply

    Halal Girl,

    What are your top 3 or 5 halal breakfasts in London Town? Nothing too far out in the outskirts if possible. Seen the review for Allans, wondering where that is in the list and if there are anymore?

    Keep up the good work!

    Thanks,

    NS

    • Rashum
    • 04/08/2014
    Reply

    You should visit brazillian food called Nebrasa! iTS THE BEST!!

  8. May I suggest Pak Awie(Malaysian in Central London) and La Sophia (French in Central London)

    • Halalapaloza
    • 21/08/2014
    Reply

    Halal Girl where did you go????????

    • Izi
    • 23/08/2014
    Reply

    Hi, here are some halal places to try out:

    Saffron Kitchen – Leyton, London
    Zizus – leyton
    Nawabs – perivale
    Azizye – stoke newington

    • Walid
    • 23/08/2014
    Reply

    Hi
    Nice blog , was wondering if you knew of a halal place that does kids entertainment like face painting or animal balloons ?
    Thanks

  9. Reply

    hi there halal foodies!!

    May I suggest my very own cafe which I opened in January, based in Essex.
    T On The Green.
    Halal Full English Breakfasts served all day. Fresh cakes baked in store by myself, also hearty, traditional lunches such as Shepherd’s Pie, Bangers n Mash, phatt jacket potatoes, Toasties, LOTS of other stuff on the menu, please check out my Facebook page for more details:

    https://www.facebook.com/tonthegreen638

    Also on TripAdvisor getting rather decent reviews too!! πŸ™‚

    http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g1635502-d6742690-Reviews-T_On_The_Green-Woodford_Green_Essex_England.html

    I look forward to welcoming everyone!! πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous
    • 08/09/2014
    Reply

    If you love your burgers then check out Big Moe’s Diner in/near Beckton, East London…just off the A13…guarantee you it’s the best in the business!!!

    • Fatima
    • 14/09/2014
    Reply

    Hi halal girl I would like to know if you know any halal mexican restaurants in wembley or other places good quity ones please?!

      • Omar
      • 19/05/2015
      Reply

      I think there is a Mexican grille in East London in Mile end

    • Shabz
    • 18/09/2014
    Reply

    Tayyabsbin london great chops

    • Anonymous
    • 22/09/2014
    Reply

    Hey there, Love your blog. Wifey and I are off to Paris this weekend. I don’t suppose you can recommend anything halal and authentic in Paris? Ideally French cuisines. If not we’ll be scanning the fish and vegetarian menus. Cheers

    • Owais Afridi
    • 24/09/2014
    Reply

    Back in 2012, we found this amazing restaurant in Paris service halal french cuisine – Les Enfants Terribles. try it. they even serve non-alcoholic bubbly!

  10. Lovely website, however, the font/typeface used for the main body of the text is quite unclear and difficult to read…a clear/darker font would make reading not so much a chore.

    • Rafina
    • 19/12/2014
    Reply

    Hi

    I have just come across your blog as one of my friends thought it was (doing it undercover) however having had a look I just wanted to say I love it πŸ™‚ and I wish it was mine.lol I am also a foodie like you maybe we can collaborate?

    1. Reply

      Hi, I love meeting fellow foodies. Please email me to discuss πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous
    • 31/12/2014
    Reply

    Salams HG, love your blog πŸ™‚ Couldn’t help but notice my fave restaurant is missing, ‘Roast @ Wanstead’. Highly recommended, amazing food and wonderful service maasha’Allah

    1. Reply

      Will check it out – thanks for recommendation!

    • Anika
    • 23/01/2015
    Reply

    Great blog and very useful! The burger bar in Harrods is Halal to add to your burger joints xx

    1. Reply

      Ah I love burgers – thanks for the suggestion!

    • Anonymous
    • 29/01/2015
    Reply

    visit roast in wantstead

    • Ruhina Khan
    • 09/02/2015
    Reply

    Hellooo. Can anyone help? I’m looking for a swanky restaurant to take a friend for her birthday at the beginning of March. I really wanted to go to a high-rise restaurant (like in the Shard) or by the Thames, but anywhere in Central London would be great. I’m pretty sure her favourite cuisine is Thai, but oriental in general would be perfect. We just want to be able to eat meat or at least chicken! Seafood and Veg options are great but it’s never satisfying (for me anyway. I’m paying so I should be satisfied lol). Halp!

    Thanks
    Ruhina

    1. Reply

      Novikov Asian is my fave!!! But if you want a high rise restaurant – check out OXO tower (I’m pretty sure they still do a halal menu).

      There’s also Kai Mayfair, China Tang, Le Chinois, & Blue Elephant.

      1. Reply

        Aww thanks for the quick reply! I did a little search online and Novikov was my first option – i just thought I’d ask you if you knew of any were any restaurants with a view. Thank you again, I will enquire with OXO Tower and check out the others!

        Any other suggestions are welcome πŸ™‚

        Ruhina

      2. Reply

        So I went Novikov Asian last week and loved it! I don’t usually do fancy restaurants so I got to try food I would not normally touch.
        Gonna work my way through that list you made πŸ˜€

        1. Reply

          I’m glad you enjoyed it – it’s one of my favourite restaurants! πŸ˜€

      • Muncher
      • 09/02/2015
      Reply

      http://www.novikovrestaurant.co.uk/

      Exactly the place you are looking for. Took my wife here for her birthday (Asian room) she loved it.

    • Mavster
    • 11/02/2015
    Reply

    Hi, is tai pan buffet uxbridge halal?

    1. Reply

      Not that I’m aware – sorry. You can give them a call before you visit though.

    • Ahsan
    • 14/02/2015
    Reply

    how come you haven’t done a review for tinsel town on great portland street?
    I would like to see how that compares to the other halal burger joints which you have reviewed.

    1. Reply

      Have had them several times before and am not a massive fan – sorry!

        • Ahsan
        • 16/02/2015
        Reply

        But they are quite centrally located which is a huge advantage in my opinion. I went yesterday. Would say their burgers are just as good as Stax, but cheaper! (Especially the one with halal beef bacon)
        I went to Stax too a few days back based on your recommendation. It was good, but their burgers don’t come with fries or any other side orders. You have to pay separately for all items. Not ideal for students I would say.
        Great work btw making this website. Very helpful!! Jazakallah Khair!

        1. Reply

          Aw thanks – I’m glad the site is useful to students as well!

          Re Tinseltown burgers, about 98% of the time, I tend to avoid processed meats (unless its the kebab shop down the road from me – those processed burgers are the best!) which Tinseltown do serve up in their burgers. It’s just a personal preference thus I only tend to write about restaurants that serve up non-processed burgers! Sadly, they do cost a tiny bit more plus with some, you have to pay for fries on the side, but I much rather pay a tiny bit more for good quality meat but that’s my own view!

    • Ahsan
    • 15/02/2015
    Reply

    How come there are no reviews for tinsel town burgers?

    • Shamas
    • 25/02/2015
    Reply

    Hi, Halal Girl, Your site is great and gives us muslims a good few options to try out. You should try out The Banc restaurant in Tottenham, West Green Road. Food is good there, Halal and the customer service is great.

    1. Reply

      Aw thanks for the kind words. I’ve actually heard lots about The Banc but have yet to try it for myself – thanks for the recommendation! πŸ™‚

    • alwayshungry
    • 25/02/2015
    Reply

    I thought I should share couple of restaurants myself πŸ™‚ If you happen to be in Wood Green try Gokyuzu&Kervan, they are so good. Also for fine dining, I have been to Rextail in Mayfair just couple of days ago, although not everything is halal, they’ve got some halal options and it’s all delicious. Tamarind of Mayfair is another good one πŸ˜‰ And lastly Babaji Pide in Soho is one of my latest finds. Been there twice in a week πŸ™‚

    1. Reply

      Ah thanks so much for the recommendations – I’m actually going to Babaji Pide tomorrow evening so expect a review soon!

    • Shoaib
    • 26/02/2015
    Reply

    a.s.a. HGAT. Please review “Roast” near London Bridge. They have emailed me recently and confirmed they can serve halal and ensure its cooked separately to non-halal food.

  11. Isn’t bacon cut from the sides of a pig? How can that be halal?..

    1. Reply

      Yup, you’re talking about pork bacon. This halal bacon is cut from a turkey that has been slaughtered in a halal manner thus halal (turkey) bacon! πŸ™‚

    • Jolie
    • 08/03/2015
    Reply

    Hi
    this websites amazing. Is there a Halal GBK? If so where?CHeers.

    1. Reply

      Every GBK serves halal chicken πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous
    • 11/03/2015
    Reply

    Is there a halal gourmet burger kitchen in fulham?

    1. Reply

      Yup, just the chicken.

    • Anonymous
    • 22/03/2015
    Reply

    Review about tastecard restaurants please!

    • Anon
    • 24/03/2015
    Reply

    Any halal pastrami/reuben sandwich places in London? there’s got to be one?? :/

    1. Reply

      Unfortunatelyyyy I haven’t come across any. One of my readers told me the JW marriot do a good pastrami sandwich but maybe a little pricey just for a sandwich! Sorry πŸ™

      1. Reply

        There are plentry of Kosher pastrami joints especially near Brent Cross & Golders Green… worth venturing out for… also plenty in New York if anyone’s travelling out there.

    • Shamas
    • 24/03/2015
    Reply

    Another great place I would highly recommend is Coffee Inn in Walthamstow, Lea Bridge Road, never disappoints, their food is brilliant. A nice small place with really good food. All halal run by a Pakistani brother. You wont be disappointed.

    1. Reply

      Thanks for the recommendation! Have added it to the list πŸ™‚

    • Jahed
    • 31/03/2015
    Reply

    Hi,

    Many thanks for the wonderful website. Are there any places in London that do a Halal English Roast Beef Dinner/Lunch?

    Kind Regards,

    Jahed

    • hanif
    • 04/04/2015
    Reply

    wagyu beef in your review of a place called Christphers in coven garden, this as far as I know is a beef from cattle which is reared using beer and sake. correct me if I am wrong. please be more accurate .

    1. Reply

      Nope – wagyu is a Japanese breed of cattle. The only type of wagyu cattle that is apparently fed with sake is kobe beef which is very rare to come across in restaurants, especially in London. The wagyu served in London restaurants is not 100% pure Japanese wagyu and is a mix – no alcohol is used in their breeding procedures thus safe for Muslims to eat.

    • Kashif
    • 06/04/2015
    Reply

    Hi.
    What about Kia chinese restaurant at mayfair audley street i read somewhere its halal could you kindly conifirm that plz.
    Thanks

  12. Reply

    Still on the search for Halal Greek & Romanian food in the UK. I’d love to see some Halal Parmo reviews only having had it once in the UK, oh and seafood too! Keep up the good work!

    • Aneesa
    • 20/04/2015
    Reply

    Salaam! Your page is amazing very usefull so thank you so much. I was just wondering if you know of any places in London that do halal cheese fondue? I have been wanting to try it for ages and have never been able to find somewhere! Thanks in advance πŸ™‚

  13. Reply

    Hi Everybody, just wanted to let you all Know i have launched my all halal( yes even all kind of halal game), largest collection of 0.0% wine, gold champagnes and 0.0% Cocktails in a pure and serene environment at Chelsea London just off kings road. I have put my full hearted passion in this launch As the executive Chef have created an exclusive and scrumptious menu with best possible ingredients and accomplished cooking techniques.
    Try our Middle eastern healthy grazing, Set lunch menu or Ala Carte Menu to fly through the taste of the world and Lebanese influenced French Cuisine.
    Please Come and try so we could inspire more people eating and living Halal.
    Check my website http://www.louddeseurasie.co.uk or follow me on twitter @louddeseurasie

    • Roshna Begum
    • 22/05/2015
    Reply

    Salam, keep up the great work. Have you tried Brioche Burger yet in Green Street ?

    • Anonymous
    • 13/06/2015
    Reply

    hellooo

    • Nazia
    • 17/06/2015
    Reply

    Salaam

    I am not too sure if you have had these ice treats called ‘Ice Golas’ or ‘Gola Ganda’ as they call it in Pakistan, there is this company Ice Gola Shack (www.icegolashack.co.uk) who do these and are absolutely amazing.. you must try being an absolute foodie!

    Nazia

    • T
    • 26/06/2015
    Reply

    Is there any good place for Suhoor at London?

    • Camren
    • 27/06/2015
    Reply

    Salam! Have you been to Aroma buffet in shepherds bush? It says halal in their menu example page. It would be nice to hear your thoughts about it!

    • karim
    • 01/07/2015
    Reply

    Are you single?

    1. Reply

      nope.

      • Anonymous
      • 06/07/2015
      Reply

      smooth bro

    • Anonymous
    • 05/07/2015
    Reply

    Hi there!

    There’s a new burger joint in Watford called Smoky Boys. I’ve driven passed it and seen the website and it looks promising. A suggestion for a future review perhaps?

    Also I love your blog, it’s so useful when dining out in London. Keep it up!

    • Shaikhkj
    • 09/07/2015
    Reply

    hello – glad i came across your site, I’m always searching for halal places hear and abroad, Do you know if I can get a halal christmas meal in London – yes I know its early, but last year we struggled and we have plans for this year so would be good to be in the know. Suggestions would be gratefully received!

  14. Reply

    Is there a halal Gauchos?

    1. Reply

      Apparently there is, but you’ll have to ask if you can request beforehand

    • Anonymous
    • 04/08/2015
    Reply

    Hello, I’m a new Muslim.
    I would like to introduce you all to healthy Vietnamese food. And Fortunately there are few halal restaurants now. For anyone lives in South East London, you should try Cafe East Pho in Surrey Quays, they do halal beef, and they cook separatly so try beef noodle soup (Pho) or prawn for prawn lovers. I live in central London and just found out Hoi An restaurant in Bricklane, 100% Halal. The food is okay, not really authentic to me, but its Halal.
    Try Vietnamese food and you will love it.
    Stay healthy.

    • Amina
    • 04/08/2015
    Reply

    Hello, I’m a new Muslim.
    I would like to introduce you all to healthy Vietnamese food. And Fortunately there are few halal restaurants now. For anyone lives in South East London, you should try Cafe East Pho in Surrey Quays, they do halal beef, and they cook separatly so try beef noodle soup (Pho) or prawn for prawn lovers. I live in central London and just found out Hoi An restaurant in Bricklane, 100% Halal. The food is okay, not really authentic to me, but its Halal.
    Try Vietnamese food and you will love it.
    Stay healthy.

    • Anonymous
    • 08/08/2015
    Reply

    IS only “HMC”approved meat is hala?

    • Ray shah
    • 17/08/2015
    Reply

    Sister check out Meat Rack Earlsfield, 10mins from tooting, I promise you, you will be blown away. Im a very fussy eater and they have managed to impress me. The specialise in gourmet burgers, steaks and wings.

    • Sash
    • 18/08/2015
    Reply

    Hiya,

    So excited to have found your page!!!!

    Might sound like a stupid question but still gonna ask, so all the restaurants in your list are halal?

    Thanks ☺️

    1. Reply

      Yup. Read the accompanying blog post to find out more information!

    • Anonymous
    • 04/10/2015
    Reply

    Salaams
    It’s my husbands 26th birthday in a couple of weeks and I was wondering if you have any recommendations of places to eat near and around Slough? Also I was wondering if you know where I could buy Turkey bacon?
    Thank you

    1. Reply

      Hi, unfortunately I’m not an expert on Slough! Fortunately, I’m an expert on turkey bacon – you can buy halal turkey rashers from Tesco, or even your local butchers. πŸ™‚ x

    • Maryam
    • 12/10/2015
    Reply

    Aaww. how can you call a place “Halal” when they sell Alcohol which is Haram. Doesn’t that bring into question their trust worthiness?

    • haider abdullah
    • 27/10/2015
    Reply

    Hi,

    Are all the restaurants on your blog halal?

    Would you be able to recommend a london based one for anniversairy.

    Was thinking Guanabana however doesn’t scream anniversairy.

    Thank you

    • Anonymous
    • 09/11/2015
    Reply

    Try Hayes kebab shop

    • Jason
    • 01/12/2015
    Reply

    Could you review The Banc? My friend recommended the place to me but I haven’t had the chance to go there yet. My friend did say it was halal but you may want to enquire first.

  15. I am wondering if you can you review Maharajah Indian Takeaway? It is located in South Dunstable.

    • Anonymous
    • 08/12/2015
    Reply

    Hey could you give a list of restraunts that don’t sell alcohol or pork please thanks !! Love what I do bdw

    • Anonymous
    • 09/12/2015
    Reply

    Hey could you do a list with the restraunts that have no alcohol or pork please thanks

    • Fatima
    • 11/12/2015
    Reply

    I absolutely love this blog! Thank you!

    • Anonymous
    • 04/03/2016
    Reply

    Salaam HG. Can you list restaurants which do not serve alcohol? It’s great there are many halal cuisines, but I struggle to find places which don’t serve alcohol!

    • Asim Sharif
    • 05/03/2016
    Reply

    Hi, a splendid and unusual blog page.

    Just a simple question. Are all these restaurant and eateries follow the halal method of not stunning the animal before slaughter? I’m only askin because alot of these places look so tempting but dont not if it’s HMC or HFA certified.

    I personally follow the HMC protocols.

    I would love to try Stax Diner, Red Iron burger etc. Im from bham but love to travel for food.

    • Anonymous
    • 06/03/2016
    Reply

    Hey, I’m not sure if you’ve heard about this steakhouse in Harrow called toro’s. If you’re planning on reviewing it;heads up don’t bother! Although the food is good, the service is diabolical!!!

    • Anonymous
    • 22/03/2016
    Reply

    very nice blog keep up good work! lot of places are v expensive your lifestyle is quite elite

    • Salma
    • 02/04/2016
    Reply

    Hi πŸ™‚ I’m looking to go somewhere for my birthday, which is the nicest place you’ve been too?

    Thanks Salma

    1. Reply

      The Ledbury

    • Anonymous
    • 05/04/2016
    Reply

    Hey, i need your help! My partner only has halal food and i’m new to this so this blog is saving my life right now. i am really trying to make this small adjustment as i don’t think its a major change in lifestyle to be honest however its so confusing to find a legitimate place to eat. (obviously my research needs work) i am looking for a really nice restaurant for his birthday, is novikov halal?

    your help will be really appreciated! thanks!

    1. Reply

      You’ve come to the right place – my blog is packed with halal restaurants! Novikov is halal – the Asian side is better for halal options than the Italian and they state on their menu what dishes are halal. One of my fave places! πŸ™‚

    • Zee
    • 21/05/2016
    Reply

    Hi,
    How are you?
    Can you tell me if Tamarind-Mayfair in london is Halal?
    Have you eaten there is it nice?

    Thanx
    Zee

  16. Reply

    Hi, great blog for muslims in London.
    I’ve set up a business selling halal jerky at http://www.GourmetHalaljerky.com / http://www.facebook.com/GourmetHalalJerky

    Would you be interested in reviewing one of our products? If so, drop me a message on FB or through my website.

    • Umer
    • 16/06/2016
    Reply

    Hi HalalGirl, was just wondering what was halal from the menu at ‘The Ledbury’ restaurant. looking to take my wife there as your husband did and just wondering what I can order?

    Thanks is advance. πŸ™‚

    1. Reply

      Hi, he just called up a few weeks beforehand and requested the halal menu (its a 8 or 10 course tasting menu) for the both of us !

    • Hussain
    • 19/06/2016
    Reply

    Salam We are setting up a new restaurant and wanted to have a quick chat with you, to ask you a couple of questions.

    • Towhid
    • 05/07/2016
    Reply

    Love your blog. My friend opened a food stall in Leather Lane called Pilau Pot which is picking up some popularity. Huge naan filled with chicken, rice, salad for only Β£5.50! Check it out – number 44: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/londons-best-street-food and follow them on twitter to check they are around @PilauPot

    • Shah
    • 12/07/2016
    Reply

    Hi I am looking for Japanese food live cooking on table, if there is any halal plz let me know

    • mashal
    • 20/07/2016
    Reply

    coming to london this summer, wondering best place to eat fish & chips, places which don’t use beer in their batter, thanks x

    • Saf
    • 05/08/2016
    Reply

    Hi I just wanted to know if any of the Hakkasan restaurants in london halal?

    1. Reply

      unfortunately not – sorry! πŸ™

  17. Thanks for your awesome site. So useful! Amazing πŸ™‚ xxx

    1. Reply

      Thank you! x

    • Juvairia
    • 11/08/2016
    Reply

    Been trying to find out everywhere, but I cant find the right answers, so please can you help me.

    Is Treatz halal?

    (Thank you!)

    1. Reply

      Hi.

      Treatz is the dessert parlour, right?

      I’m sure it is, it may be worth giving them a call before you visit to find out πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous
    • 19/08/2016
    Reply

    Hi, I was recently recommended a restaurant called Palm Beach in Wembley. When I called up and asked, they said they serve halal food however there is no indication of this online or on your blog.
    Are you perhaps familiar with this restaurant and would you assume its halal.
    P.S: They serve Sri Lankan food

    Regards

    • Anonymous
    • 05/09/2016
    Reply

    Hi I follow your blog closely and love your recommendations and your ratings are always on point! so you need to try this small place in East London called Shefs pizza pies….its a 30 year old pizza place but he does the absolute best pizzas and his burgers are just delicious. The Shefs special burger is out of this world! Its a small family run business but its always busy, its HMC approved and once you eat there you will want to keep visiting! Please try it and post a review! Thanks and keep up the good work!

    • Anonymous
    • 15/09/2016
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    Hi there, I really love your blog. It was my go to when deciding where to eat in Dubai! Have you tried Big Moe’s in Aldwych? I would recommend the burgers and waffles!

    • Manonymous
    • 23/09/2016
    Reply

    Hi HGAT, blogs really growing! Keep up the good work bringing us new places and your stories, I do love reading on my journey home as I am now πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  18. This is such a good site, but there’s not really any exploration in south east around peckham and stuff. would be awesome to see some reviews and experiences down there πŸ™‚

    • Anne
    • 16/03/2017
    Reply

    Is royal Nawab London serving slaughtered halal food….
    if majority don’t care its not no one does, how can we be certain as some are HMC,some HFA stunned not permissible as doubt is there, some have general certificate printed themselves may be I am afraid…
    We are stuck πŸ™

    • Ateka
    • 20/04/2017
    Reply

    Hey Halal Girl,

    I’ve just discovered your blog and I must say I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT.

    Me and my girls usually meet up on a fortnightly basis (we met at uni and now we’ve graduated and have very demanding jobs) and we are always confused on where to go. As two out of us three are halal food eaters, your blog is an amazing platform for inspiration and ideas.

    You portray all places in such a great way that I am forced to explore the places and try your recommendations!

    Keep doing what you’re doing!!

    Take Care.. A xx

    • Amjud
    • 26/07/2017
    Reply

    New website is great but a little bit slow im finding. Look forward to seeing what you do next πŸ™‚

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