The Urban Chocolatier, Whitechapel

Tucked in just off Whitechapel and Bricklane The Urban Chocolatier is another addition to the ever growing halaloodie specialist dessert destination. Like many others it has an extensive menu offering various mocktails, hot… Continue reading

Carom, Soho

So, I’ve walked past this restaurant, among the many others on Wardour Street. But, for some reason this one has always been one on my list to try, especially since I found out… Continue reading

Antepliler, Green Lanes Harringay

Before we go into the review, need to just clarify that there are two different branches! One is in Islington and the other is in Green Lanes and the branch we visited was… Continue reading

Sadaf, Bayswater

When you mention Bayswater and Iranian food in the same sentence, most foodies would think ‘Alounak’, however literally opposite the road is this gem of a restaurant. The restaurant itself is slightly smaller… Continue reading

Pie Factory, Aldgate East

Pie Factory, Aldgate East This is comfort food at its height! If you are a fan of food network or obsessed with not having a soggy bottom when you are cooking (pastry bottom… Continue reading

Lahore Kebab House, Aldgate

There are a number of curry houses around Aldgate/Whitechapel, however Lahore kebab house is by the most established of them all. It’s packed out on Fridays and weekends so you will never see… Continue reading

Roti Chai, Oxford Street

A little bit of India hidden in the crazy hustle and bustle of central London. Indian street food with a pinch of sophistication. This place is neatly tucked away in the backstreet of… Continue reading

Italian Pizza Connection, Bayswater

We have come to learn, much to the outrage of many a Daily Mail reader, that popular chain Pizza Express have secretly been serving halal chicken. Prior to the leak of this apparent… Continue reading

La Goulette, Kilburn

“I’m just going to go and eat some Tunisian cuisine” is not something I’ve heard people say very often. So, when my friend suggested trying this small family run, Tunisian restaurant out, I… Continue reading

Moroccan Fish, Ladbroke Grove

Golborne Road is the hidden gem behind the hustle of Portobello Road, known amongst the Arabs as ‘Souq Al Maghariba’ (The Souq/Market of the Moroccans) because here you will find a little piece… Continue reading

Neon Burger, Dalston Junction

Neon burger… this place has created quite a bit of hype, mainly on Instagram! In the somewhat ‘beautiful’ depths of Hackney, lies a cute little burger joint. Hackney/Dalston/Stoke Newington are all upcoming food… Continue reading

Cinnamon Soho, Oxford Circus

Now I’m a sucker for afternoon tea, I mean who isn’t? I’ve got a huge list of afternoon tea experiences that I am slowly ploughing through, I just can’t get enough! I get through about 5… Continue reading

Shinwari, Ilford

I’m going to get straight to be point and tell you guys to get yourselves to this place…right now. I don’t know what it is about this place that I absolutely loved, but… Continue reading

The Crepe Shop, Whitechapel

The Crepe Shop, is a cute little eatery in the heart of Whitechapel. Obviously, they make Crepes and serve quite good coffee. It’s a small place but the decor gives it a real… Continue reading

SamarQand, Marylebone

The latest venture was to this restaurant serving Russian/Uzbekistan cuisine. Yes, you heard right, I said Russian. AND it’s halal. It’s precisely the fact that it’s so different, that excited me. What’s more… Continue reading

Makan, Portobello Road

If you’ve ever been to Malaysia or Indonesia, then this place will take you back in an instant. From the decor and the way you order food to the actual food itself, you… Continue reading

Penang, Westfield White City

I bumped in to Penang by complete chance when I was looking for something to eat in Westfield’s, Meat & Co was fully booked and Penang was the closest restaurant to it which… Continue reading

Yalla Yalla, Soho

So, I was quite excited to check out this place, because there’s nothing more I love than picking at different foods. What better place to do this than at a Lebanese Street Food… Continue reading

Bintang, Camden

I came across Bintang when searching the web for halal pan-Asian restaurants. The Bintang menu seemed to have a lot of variety and the location was in Camden town, so it was easy… Continue reading

Salt’n Pepper, Leicester Square

For all too long authentic Pakistani/Indian restaurants in London transition to bland so called ‘curry houses’. But I heard many good things of Salt’n Pepper, they have a branch in Lahore and apparently… Continue reading

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