5 More Halal Breakfast Places in London

We’ve had 9 Halal Breakfast Places You Have To Check Out, we’ve also had 5 Halal Breakfast Places You Need To Try This Weekend but now it’s time for 5 More Halal Breakfast Places To Visit. Yes, our wording game is questionable but we like to keep things straight to the point over here. We’ve rounded up a few halal breakfast spots in London that are well worth the try, whether it is just a quick manakish enroute to work, a full blown halwa puri with nihari or even some steak and eggs with your gymbros.

Halal Breakfast London

Samad Al Iraqi, Kensington

Specialising in Iraqi cuisine, you’ll be salivating just reading Samad Al Iraqi’s breakfast menu: kahi and kemar (fat and golden puff pastry served with thick clotted cream with fresh honey), eggs with Iraqi pastrami, ful medames and a few other special Iraqi breakfast items. This is the place you’ll want to go in a group with so you can try everything. Booking is essential! 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present.
Address: 284 Kensington High St, London W8 6LP
Website: samadaliraqirestaurant.co.uk/ 

Zeit and Zaatar Bakery (Z&Z Bakery), Shepherd’s Bush

Not really a breakfast person? (Don’t worry, we are totally judging). Zeit and Zaatar is the perfect pit stop for you in the morning then. For a few quid, you’ll be given a freshly baked manakish (Lebanese flatbread) topped with an array of toppings like za’atar, za’atar with labneh, ground lamb, cheese and plenty more. Just don’t forget to side it with a cup of their tea to really kickstart your day. 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present.
Address: 354 Uxbridge Rd, London W12 7LL
Website: zeitzaatar.com/ 

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Cobblers Cafe, Edmonton

Cobblers Cafe has only been open for a few months but they’ve been kept busy thanks to their simple breakfast menu where you can find a full Mediterranean breakfast (sujuk, eggs, halloumi, honey, olives etc), a full English and pancakes. The homemade Russian honey cake seems to be a hit with the customers too. 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal and HMC certified. No pork or alcohol present.
Address: 241 Fore St, London N18 2TY
Website: instagram.com/cobblers.cafe/ 

Aladdin Kebabish, West Hendon

A hot steaming bowl of nihari that has chunks of tender lamb is probably not how you should start your day nor are freshly fried puris with oh-so-sweet halwa but hey, the weekend only comes around a few times a year (52 to be precise). The halwa poori breakfast at Aladdin is known across the country for being some of the best and has long queues come the weekend. Grab the family, a few gaviscon and head on down there early to grab a table before they run out! 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present.
Address: 47-149 W Hendon Broadway, London NW9 7EA
Website: aladinkebabish.co.uk/ 

Related: Your Guid To Halwa Puri in London

Guanabana, Kentish Town

In the midst of making a birthday breakfast for your other half and your pancake recipe failed you? Toss them aside and get ready for some brunch at Guanabna who can take care of all your pancake woes with their short and sweet range of pancakes like the banana brulee or the pornstar passion – phew. They also serve steak and eggs (great for those doing keto), the super juicy smash burger and a full Colombian breakfast plate. 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork but BYOB policy.
Address: 85 Kentish Town Rd, London NW1 8NY
Website: guanabanarestaurant.com/ 

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