Tag Archive: haloodies

Maximini, Sussex Place

This Jimmy Choo venture is a nicely hidden away restaurant amidst the hustle and bustle of nearby Marble Arch The food: Crispy King Prawn in Wasabi SauceĀ – this starter was really good, the… Continue reading

Kish, Kilburn

After burgers, burgers and some more burgers, it was time to go and enjoy something different (yet just as meaty) and what better than Persian cuisine! Known for big portions and reasonable prices,… Continue reading

Stax Diner, Carnaby Street

It’s no surprise that Stax Diner isn’t a place you choose to go if you’re counting the calories or have just recently promised yourself to cut down on the carbs. So bearing this… Continue reading

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

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

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

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

Neon Burger, Dalston Junction

Neon burgerā€¦ 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

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

Noura, Belgravia

Noura is located in one of the most upmarket places in London, Belgravia. It is located a 5 minute walk away from London Victoria station so don’t expect any amazing value food here.… Continue reading

Cocochan, James Street W1

Ahh Cocochan, you are truly a hidden gem. I have to admit, I’m not really a fan of sushi or any type of undercooked meat/fish! Cocochan is a pan-asian restaurant serving sushi, dim… Continue reading

Med’s, Mile End

Med’s is firm favourite amongst the QMUL faithful, many Muslims would say it has the best full English they have ever had. There has been some recent rebranding, however this hasn’t affected their… Continue reading

Red Iron Burgers, Uxbridge

Red Iron Burgers received much praise from many people I know, as it is located in the complete opposite side of London to where I live, I really hoped it would live up… Continue reading

Vantra, Tottenham Court Road

This place is halal but it is also vegan! Loving my vegetables and all things healthy, this place is a little hidden jewel. When he told me he was brewing my camomile tea,… Continue reading

Wrap it up, Liverpool Street

Some of you may recall Wrap It Up (WIU) from Dragons Den, WIU is a halal gourmet wrap chain and it is expanding year on year. There are shops and kiosks located around… Continue reading

Mexican Grille, Stepney Green

One thing you have to say about this place is, you cannot take out the Asian from any East London So this place has accrued quite a bit of hype if I may… Continue reading

Jimmy’s restaurant and grill, The O2 North Greenwich

So Jimmy’s, it has everything you want in terms of cuisine but the quality isn’t just there. For buffet standards, this isn’t bad at all but when you compare it a proper restaurant,… Continue reading

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