Best Halal Cafes in London

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Whether you have just moved to London or are a local searching for the best halal cafe, you would only have to look so far. 

But where do you begin with so many options? Do not worry, fellow foodie. We have compiled a list of the halal cafes in the iconic city of London.

So, let’s discover the best halal cafes that London has to offer you.

Best Halal Cafes Near Me In London

Whether you are a coffee lover seeking the perfect latte or a brunch enthusiast looking for fluffy pancakes with halal options, this list has something for you. Get ready to embark on a flavor adventure through London’s best cafes. 

1. De Cafe Lounge & De Biryani Lounge – Best for Donner Breakfast

De Cafe and Biryani Lounge offer excellent customer service, fresh, tasty, complete halal, HMC-certified food, and spacious settings, making them ideal destinations for those seeking a halal buffet in London.


Whether you are looking for a hall full of English breakfast, donner breakfast,  karak chai, fresh cakes, or multiple lunch options, De Cafe Lounge and Biryani Lounge are the best places to visit that will please your taste buds. 

They also offer vegetarian dishes and a special kids’ menu, with incredibly budget-friendly breakfast options ranging from £1–10.

Service hours are 8 am to 10 pm from Tuesdays to Saturdays, with slightly later opening on Sundays(10 am to 4 pm). 

Please note that they are closed on Mondays. 

2. Steam & Bean Coffee Lounge- Best for Gourmet Burger

Steam and Bean is the dream; they are clean and never mean, their meats are lean and cheap, ranging from £10-20, and they have everything you need. Better than Ole and Steen, believe me, it is the only place you should eat.


They offer full halal food and have friendly chefs like Mr Shohag Hussain. I recommend you try their gourmet burger and panini. 

But if you do not like too much oil, then the place might not please you because some of their meals are too oily. 

You can get their services from 7:30 am to 8 pm throughout the entire week. If you do not want to visit them or are busy, check out their delicious meals on

3. Med’s Cafe – Best for Full English Breakfast

Mad’s Cafe stands out in East London as the only Cafe offering halal food and accepting card payments. While most competitors stick to cash, Mad’s Cafe caters to customers with diverse preferences.


Indulge in all-day breakfast delights!

Their menu has a variety of options to satisfy any craving, from classic full English and veggie breakfast to chicken omelets and even Turkey bacon. 

And the best part? 

It is all budget-friendly, with prices ranging from £10 to 20.

You can also order their delicious meals at

4. Cobblers Cafe – Best for Mediterranean Breakfast

Looking for a delicious and budget-friendly halal meal?  Look no further than Cobblers Cafe located at 241 Fore St, London. 


They offer 100% halal and HMC-certified food, with prices ranging from  £10-20 per person.

Cobblers Cafe is also incredibly children-friendly, with a variety of options that will please your taste buds.  Start your day off right with a full halal breakfast, or indulge in fluffy pancakes, juicy burgers, savory omelets, or decadent French toast.

But to enjoy your delicious meal, you have to wait for around 30 minutes, which is too long in my opinion. 

However, much like the halal restaurants in Portsmouth, no matter the day, Cobblers Cafe is open from 9 am to 5 pm, making it a convenient choice for breakfast, lunch, or an afternoon snack.

5. Rabbit Hole Cafe- Best for Sunday Roast Lamb

Whether you are looking for a halal and HMC certified Full English Breakfast, Turkey Rashers, Cheese Omelette, Halloumi Fries, Beef Sausages, Full English Breakfast Plate, or any vegetarian option, Rabbit Hole Cafe on 411A Holloway Rd, London, has everything to please your taste buds.


The waitresses with the headscarf/hijab are wonderful, really attentive, and polite.

But, to enjoy their delicious meals, you have to get there before 8 pm.

Remember! If you do not want to pay a tip at a cafe, you should not visit this place. Their payment system wants a 10 to 20% tip. 

You can also order their mouth-watering meals online at or just visit them in person.

6. Coffee Garden – Best for Halal Breakfast

Coffee Garden is one of the best favorite places among the locals, with good quality and a variety of halal food. 


They offer their services from 8 am to 6 pm throughout the week. Around 10 am is the busiest time at the cafe. 

The location is easy to find, located at a walkable distance from Leytonstone underground station. Disabled/Wheelchair users access is available.

Do not get confused about parking. On the street close to Coffee Garden, parking is tricky, but the good news is that 90 minutes of free parking is available in the nearby B&W.

They accept cash and have pocket-friendly options from 10 to 20 Euros per person. 

You can also taste their meals online at qrsocial. The UK

7. Moral Cafe – Best for Turkish Breakfast

Moral Cafe is a halal cafe owned by Turkish Muslims that offers the best breakfasts, excellent service, courteous staff, and reasonable prices, ranging from 10 to 20 euros. 


It is the best halal cafe in the Ilford Area, much like the O2 restaurants that are halal. If you do not have cash, do not worry.

 You can also pay with a credit card.

You can park for two hours free in the fitness first car park.

Remember! If you do not have patience, please avoid visiting this place. The staff is a bit rude, and the service too is slow.

8. Shrigley’s Moroccan Cuisine – Best for Moroccan Breakfast

Shrigley’s Moroccan Cuisine is a colorful cafe serving Moroccan foods at a counter for dine-in, delivery, or takeout. 


You can order their halal food at,, and

Or visit them at 125 Borough High St, London SE1 1NP, United Kingdom. 

They are a family-run business offering fresh, tasty, and good food at reasonable prices ranging from 1 to 10 Euros per person.

However, the Staff’s behavior could be better, especially the old lady and uncle- worst service ever, and this is not even Moroccan cuisine! In Morocco, people have yet to learn what hommus, halloumi, or falafel is! 

And they do not eat pita bread! This should be an Arabic restaurant, not a Moroccan one!

Hours of service are 7:30 am to 7 pm. 

9. Big Joe’s Cafe & Grill – Best for Beef Burger

Look no further if you are looking for halal food in Stratford with outdoor seating. You can find all these at Big Joe’s Cafe & Grill.


Chef Tina is charming and hospitable, and Azad Bhai is a magician who always smiles.

They offer fresh handmade dishes every day from 8:30 am to 10 pm. Takeaway service is also available, and you can order their food at,,, and

The prices are also very reasonable, costing 1 to 10 euros per person. 

You can also find a special menu for your kids.

Halal Cafes Central London

With so many options, choosing your ideal Halal cafe depends on your mood and taste. 

Consider the atmosphere, cuisine, price range, and special dietary needs. 

Whether you seek a quiet corner for work, a lively spot for socializing, or a taste of global flavors, Central London’s Halal cafes offer something for everyone.

1. The Great Chase- Best for Sunday Roast

The Great Chase is an HMC-certified restaurant offering halal and free alcohol cocktails. 


In Ramadan, they offer a special Iftar menu and an excellent prayer facility. Plenty of parking facilities are available round the corner, with free and paid parking on the street.

They also accept credit cards, NFC mobile payments, debit cards, and American Express. 

Reservation is required for the delicious meals of The Great Chase. You can reserve your meal at

Remember! They do not have a special menu for kids. 

2 Bake Street – Best for Creme Brûlée Cookie

Just a minute walk from the overground station and have tasty, fresh, crispy food. Do not miss the opportunity in central London to try Bake Street at Evering Rd, Lower Clapton. 


All meat served here is halal. Their supplier is Aziziye Butchers, which is HMC-approved.

Dogs are not allowed inside the restaurant, but they have some outdoor settings where you can have your dog.

Remember! No breakfast is available here. 


London offers impressive halal cafes that cater to diverse tastes and preferences. From the traditional flavors of the Middle East to contemporary fusion dishes, these cafes offer a delightful culinary experience for those seeking halal options. Next time you visit the city, explore these top halal cafes.

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Amanda Carter is a passionate food enthusiast and writer, dedicated to exploring and sharing the best halal dining experiences in the UK.