11 restaurants serving Halal food across Manchester2 years ago
We know and love Manchester as a wonderfully diverse city and we’re so lucky to have such a wealth of different cuisines available to us. We’re often asked about restaurants serving Halal food so we’ve pulled together our favourites from Didsbury to Prestwich, Chorlton to Rochdale.
We have researched/contacted all of the restaurants in this guide to verify their Halal status, but please confirm on the day if you visit and this could change without notice.
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Book Now Levenshulme
Aunty Ji’s is fast becoming one of Levenshulme’s favourite cafes thanks to its friendly, all-comers vibe and a menu that marries Indian street food with modern brunch style eats.
Baity, meaning ‘home’ in Arabic, brings the deep pleasures of Palestinian food to Didsbury.
Bombay Brew brings together beer and Indian street food. Bundobust may be the kings of this combo but unlike its rival, Bombay Brew doesn’t just stick to vegetarian food with its IPAs. Instead, you’ll find everything from lamb lollypops to octopus masala.
Bombay to Mumbai
The philosophy behind Bombay to Mumbai is simple: they want you to feel like a friend. It’s there in the nothing-is-too-much-trouble service but mainly it’s there in the food. It’s Indian home-cooking. Not restaurant food, but the sort of food you’d find on the streets and on dinner tables all over Mumbai.
Comptoir Libanais serves up the bold flavours of Lebanon, its fresh and healthy plates providing much to tempt those following plant-based and gluten-free lifestyles. Non-vegetarians needn’t be shy, either, with grilled meats a well-spiced speciality in themselves.
Book Now Manchester
From pomegranate and pistachio to saffron and barberries, the authentic flavours of Persian cuisine are promised at this family-run restaurant, whose name means “the royal palace” and whose menu includes “Iranian dishes that we know and love from home”.
Mughli is the contemporary, social media embracing, second generation Curry Mile restaurant that paved the way for the likes of Indian Tiffin Room, Amma’s Canteen and Dishoom.
Remal Restaurant is a family-run place with the warmth and the buzz of real Lebanese hospitality and very happy customers. Food is exquisitely presented and made fresh in the restaurant – from the bread to the butchery, it’s all done by the team at Remal.
Starters are a selection of mezze-style small plates which are perfect for sharing – olives, cheese pastries, babaghanouj, lamb and hummus are all present and correct and in fact, very good examples. The Lebanese bread deserves a special mention.
Book Now Altrincham
Tiny and usually packed to the rafters of its converted terraced house, Yara is one of those hidden gems that the locals keep trying to get us to shut up about.