9 Halal Breakfast Places in London You Need To Check Out!

Whenever I look up halal breakfast places in London, I am always greeted by huge plates stuffed with a typical halal fry up – think beef bacon, beef sausages, baked beans, toast, sometimes a paratha, sometimes even doner. Whilst you can’t go wrong with a greasy spoon breakfast once in a while, I sure wouldn’t mind a basic avocado toast, poached eggs with halal beef bacon, or even some roti with dahl.

So, I did the hard work by eating everywhere and without further ado, here are 9 halal breakfast places in London you need to check out right now. 

Disclaimer: Please do double check the halal status before you arrive as the halal status of these restaurants may have changed since I have written this post !

9 Halal Breakfast Places in London


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What: Fancy a humongous Turkish breakfast platter that doesn’t break the bank? And I’m talking about fresh, buttery scrambled eggs, succulent sujuk, FIVE types of cheeses, and more. Koyum is where you want to go. It’s a great place to take friends for a catch up over some good Turkish tea !

When: Breakfast is served daily until 12pm.

Order this: The BIG breakfast platter is a must and comes in at £10 per person. 

Where: 735 High Rd, Tottenham, London N17 8AG. Located right opposite Tottenham football stadium which is great for all you spurs fans out there! 



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What: Beit El Zeytoun can be found tucked away in Acton industrial park. Although they do a simple Lebanese scrambled eggs with sujouk/awarma/mushrooms, foul moudamas, and fattet, their lebanese breakfast is a combination of all their breakfast items and is great value for money! Plus it makes a fun date with your other half to discover all the little goodies! 

When: Breakfast is served until 12pm on weekdays and 1pm on Sundays. 

Order this: The Lebanese full breakfast is a steal at £13 per person and is for a minimum of 2 people. 

Where: 5-17 Barretts Green Rd, Park Royal, London NW10 7AE

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What: The Mantl is a fairly new Turkish restaurant from the guys behind Skewd Kitchen and with a location right opposite Harrods, they are busy busy busy. They recently introduced a breakfast menu which has the locals coming back again and again. The fried eggs are either served on their own, with sujuk (garlic sausage), or with their beef pastrami (which just melts instantly!). A little pricier than the usual Turkish breakfasts you can find in North London but a good option if you’re on this side of town!

When: They serve breakfast until 12pm on weekdays and 3pm on the weekends.

Order this: The fried eggs with sujuk [£5.00] are great if you are a fan of garlic sausage. Otherwise, the menemen [£8.00] is good too. 

Where: 142 Brompton Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW3 1HY

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What: Drunch in Regent’s Park is a popular hangout amongst the instagram crowd and whilst their main menu is enticing, breakfast is what you want to come for. I am not joking when I say I have probably had one of the best Eggs royale over here! The interior is chic and great for a birthday or even a brunch catchup with the girls. Perhaps an instagrammable cafe actually does exist where the food is decent! 

When: Until 12pm on weekdays and 3pm on weekends.

Order this: The Turkish eggs [£10.00] are great; soft poached eggs in a pool of yoghurt and chilli butter, topped with chives, and served with crusty bread.

Where: 38 St John’s Wood Terrace, St John’s Wood, London NW8 6LS

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What: Yes, I’ve touted about this gem numerous times on my feed and on the website too, but they have really nailed the halal breakfast scene down and deserve the love! Their menu is vast but thoughtful, and has enough options to keep everyone in the family happy! Just be sure to get there quick as the space tends to get full up quick!

When: Until 2pm on weekdays and until 4pm on weekends. Unfortunately, they will be closed until 4th September – sorry!

Order this: Of course, I am biased to the fried chicken benedict, but the chaka is great and if you reaaaallly fancy starting your day right, the smash burger is what you need to get. 

Where: 58 Evering Rd, Hackney Downs, London N16 7SR

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What: Having been a market stall for 17 years, Popina decided to open up a small deli in Mayfair serving up some good  Whilst they do do a halal full english breakfast, I suggest skipping it and opting for some of the more vibrant dishes such as the shakshuka, the pagocha sandwich, or even the Turkish eggs. 

When: Until 3pm.

Order this: The Turkish eggs with lemon and dill yoghurt [£12.95] or the green shakshuka with raceltte cheese melt for [£12.95]

Where: 83 Duke Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 5PF

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What: It may be the peak of summer right now but a bowl of hot and spicy dahl with two fluffy rotis is the ideal comfort breakfast for me. Dapur at the Berjaya hotel in Bayswater serve up a traditional Malaysian breakfast menu including nasi lemak, roti canai, and  kacang pol larkin (minced beef with fava beans and fried egg) too. 

When: You can catch this breakfast daily until 10:30am.

Order this: The roti canai is a MUST [£5.00]

Where: Berjaya Eden Park, 35-39 Inverness Terrace, London, W2 3JS

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What: Naanstaap is the new kid on the block, showcasing over 20 different stuffed naans for hungry shoppers on Green Street. A stuffed naan with a cup of chai in the morning? Count me in and mum would love it too!

When: All day. 

Order this: Andha paratha roll – can’t go wrong with a cup of chai and naan in the morning! 

Where: 32 Plashet Grove, East Ham, London E6 1AE

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What: This Beirut import has been keeping busy since they’ve opened, churning out manaeesh after manaeesh from their hot oven.  Their menu is suitable for all day, although if you do miss having eggs first thing in the morning, they have you covered with their baked eggs manaeesh. They also have a killer rose latte on the menu that is worth a try! 

When: All day

Order this: Baked eggs with awarma or sujuk from £6.00.

Where: Drury House, Russell St, London WC2B 5HA

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And those are the 9 halal breakfast places in London you need to check out right now! Have I missed out your favourite breakfast place? Let me know in the comments below. A part two is on it’s way! 

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