Eid al-Adha is here!
It’s time to gather the family together and share a celebratory meal.
We’ve rounded up some of the best halal-friendly restaurants in the city centre that all the family will enjoy.
Please note, not all meats will be halal-friendly on the menu. Ask server in advance or check the restaurant’s website beforehand.
Located in Grand Central, Comptoir Libanais brings the fresh taste of the Middle-East to the heart of Birmingham with its affordable and authentic menu of mezzes, wraps, tagines and grills. With its souk-style and colourful decor, it’s the perfect place to celebrate Eid al-Adha and there’s plenty of halal-friendly dishes on the menu to choose from. We recommend starting off with their famous mezze platter.
Known for its great value and laid-back vibe, Tamatanga is an eatery for everyone. You can expect fresh, wholesome food that is bursting with flavour. From hearty biryanis and classic curries to legendary thalis, there’s something for the whole family. All their chicken dishes are halal. If you love a good kick, we suggest trying their Garlic Chilli Chicken curry bowl.
Las Iguanas serves up all the South American classics including Gaucho Steak, Dominican Goat Curry, Chicken Enchilada, Xinxim and much more. You’ll be glad to hear all their chicken, lamb, goat and duck is halal. They also have plenty of delicious veggie options for you to try. It’s the perfect place to try something new and get your taste buds tingling this Eid.
Spicing up Selfridges Food Hall, Rola Wala specialises in making flavoursome Indian street food from scratch, using only the best ingredients. You can enjoy a spice bowl or their signature naan roll with a choice of halal chicken tikka, nagaland lamb or bengali spiced beef. You can also opt for their vegetarian options of sweet potato saagwala, keralan chickpea or chargrilled paneer.
Right next door to Comptoir Libanais, Mowgli is all about authentic Indian cuisine. Far from your stereotypical curry house, Mowgli’s menu consists of tiffin boxes, sticky wings, roti chip butties and Himalayan style cheese on toast as well as curries. All their chicken dishes are halal and vegetarian options are also available.