iftar in london 2024

Where to Eat Iftar in London 2024

Ramadan Kareem! If you’re feeling brave enough to head out and face the grey and rain this Ramadan, we’ve put together a list of fantastic iftar options for you from some of London’s best halal restaurants. From innovative kebabs to decadent beef wellingtons to thoughtful supper clubs, this post is going to make you hungry so best to save it until iftar!

Where to have Iftar in London 2024

Kebhouze, New Oxford Street

Kebhouze is the largest kebab shop in the UK, with three floors dedicated to kebab-inspired decor, arcades and of course, dining. They have permanently switched to a fully halal menu just in time for Ramadan and to celebrate, Kebhouze have launched five new kebabs for us to try. You can keep it simple with one of their chicken or beef hummus wraps but if you really want to step it up a notch, why not try out the new truffle wrap; their signature beef kebab comes topped with a healthy amount of rich truffle mayonnaise, lettuce and caramelised onions. Their Chick & Chip wrap is also worth checking out as it is their take on the classic fish and chips and comes with fried chicken, chicken kebab and chips, all wrapped up and topped with pickles and chip shop tartare sauce. These clearly aren’t your regular kebabs and would make for a great iftar on the go. 

Halal Status: All meats served are now halal. 
Website: https://uk.kebhouze.com/ 
Address: 159 Oxford St, London W1D 2JL 

Meet Bros, Paddington

This fully halal Malaysian steak house in Paddington will be running their special iftar set menu throughout Ramadan. Starters will be offered as a buffet service and include gado gado salad and a duck, lychee and watermelon salad. Mains will be served to your table and you will have a choice between the roasted ayam percik (Malaysian grilled chicken), classic beef rendang or the baked sea bass with sambal – all served with biryani rice and broccolini or grilled aubergine. Desserts will be back to buffet service with alcohol-free drinks included. The iftar menu will be served every evening of Ramadan from 5:30pm until 8:00pm (for the first half of Ramadan) and 6:00pm until 8:30pm (for the second half).  

The set menu is £65 per person from Monday to Thursday and £85 from Friday to Sunday. If you fancy ordering from the  a la carte menu, you can add on the starters and dessert buffet service for £17.50. 

There is a prayer room available on the first floor. 

Halal status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present. 
Address: 29-31 Craven Rd, London W2 3BX

Kahani, Chelsea

Have a special occasion falling in Ramadan? Not to worry, Kahani is the ideal place to break your fast in an intimate environment. You’ll be given complimentary dates to break your fast with before indulging in their menu consisting of somerset lamb chops, tandoori broccoli and malabar smoked prawns.

Halal Status: All meats served are halal with the exception of the game. No pork but alcohol present.  
Website: https://www.kahanilondon.com/ 
Address: 1 Wilbraham Pl, London SW1X 9AE

Cue point’s Iftar Supper Club, Gantry Hotel, Stratford

Cue Point, a British Afghan smokehouse, are teaming up with the Gantry Hotel in East London for a fantastic iftar supper club this year. Starting on the 23rd of March, which coincides with the Solar New Year (Nowruz), this special supper club aims to bring together Muslims and non-Muslims from different cultures and backgrounds to learn about the traditions of both  Ramadan and Nowruz. You can expect a full British Afghan BBQ sharing feast for the table so bring some friends along for this one. Booking is essential.

Prayer room will be available

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. 
Website: https://thegantrylondon.com/events/cue-point-iftar-supper-club-series 
Address: The Gantry Hotel, 40 Celebration Avenue, Stratford, London, E20 1DB

MPW Mr White’s English Chophouse, Whitechapel

This classic steakhouse in Whitechapel will be offering a three-course set iftar menu this Ramadan. Break your fast with complimentary Palestinian dates and mocktails, followed by a trio of starters, mains (it would be wrong not to have a steak over here!) and finally, your choice of dessert.

The 3-course menu is priced at £42 per person

Prayer area is available

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. Alcohol is present. 
Website: https://www.mpwrestaurants.co.uk/our-brands/mr-whites-english-chophouse/whitechapel/restaurant-deals/iftar 
Address: New Road Hotel,103-107 New Road,Whitechapel,E1 1HJ

iftar london 2024

The Orangery at Stockley Park, Uxbridge 

The Orangery by Sapnas will be running their annual iftar menu throughout the month of Ramadan. Dishes include lamb biryani, aloo papri chaat, seekh kebab, lamb biryani, kulfi, karak tea and more – an absolute steal at £37.50 given how large the portions are! Be sure to get there in time to catch the sunset over the golf course. Iftar will be served from Tuesday-Sunday at 6:00pm until 8:30pm. Booking is essential. 

Adults will be charged £37.50, children under the age of 12 are half price and children under the age of 3 are free of charge. 

Prayer area is available.

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present. 
Website: https://www.theorangery.uk/ 
Address: Golf Club, Stockley Park, Hayes, Uxbridge UB11 1AQ

Patri Artisan, Northfields

Patri Artisan, a contemporary Indian restaurant in West London, are offering a gigantic 26–piece Grand Thali as part of their Ramadan special for their fasting customers. Expect to find classics on your thali like golgappa, mango lassi, murgh malai tikka, seekh kebab, a large selection of curries, tandoori naan and lots more! 

The thali will set you back £105 (reduced from £210 for Ramadan)

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. Alcohol may be present. 
Website: https://patri.co.uk/ 
Address: 139 Northfield Ave, London W13 9QT

The Great Chase, Angel

The Great Chase always pulls it out the bag when it comes to Ramadan and the 4-course Iftar menu this year might just be their best one yet. To start, you’ll be offered homemade honey and rosemary bread with coconut date butter and medjoul dates, followed by a spiced harissa soup. For mains, you can opt for the aged rolled sirloin, slow cooked lamb and either the confit chicken leg or roasted duck, all served with beef dripping fries, roasted vegetables and a selection of demi glace. If you really want to go out, opt for their sharing mains which includes a 400g beef wellington or 1000g bone-in ribeye. 

Prices start from £45 and go up to £140 (for the sharing menu)

Prayer area is available

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol present. 
Website: https://www.instagram.com/thegreatchaserestaurant/ 
Address: 316 St John St, London EC1V 4NT 

Intercontinental Hotel, Park Lane

The Wellington Lounge at the Intercontinental Park Lane hotel will be running a rotating iftar set menu throughout the month of Ramadan. For £56 per person, you will be treated to a four course set menu that includes soup (a braised lentil soup or roasted heirloom tomato shorba), salads, mains like grilled sirloin steak, seabass or mixed grill, and desserts like the pistachio om ali, and persian almond cake. 

The iftar set menu is £56 per person and will be available from 10th March until the 11th of April and served from 6:30pm with the last seating at 10:30pm. 

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. Alcohol may be present on the premises. 
Website: https://parklane.intercontinental.com/dine/the-wellington-lounge/ 
Address: One Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London W1J 7QY

iftar in london 2024

Guanabana, Camden 

Guanabana will be serving their viral weekend-only Island roast – also known as Ramadan Roast – every day this Ramadan. You can opt for either the oak smoked jerk chicken, beef roast or jerked portobello mushroom, served with fried plantain, baby carrots, roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding, grilled cabbage, all topped with their popular jerk gravy. For each Ramadan Roast sold, £2 will be donated to relief efforts in Gaza. 

The Ramadan Roast starts from £25. 

Prayer facilities available.

Halal Status: All meats served are halal. No pork or alcohol.
Website: https://www.guanabanarestaurant.com/ 
Address: 83-85 Kentish Town Road, London NW1 8NY

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