Introduction St John’s Wood has always been renowned as being one of the most affluent areas in London; even Forbes magazine, in 2007, ranked the area as the fifth most expensive postcode in London based on average home prices. The sensation of opulence that is portrayed by St John’s Wood makes it the ideal setting… Continue reading Drunch Regent’s Park
Introduction As halal consumers, for decades we have yearned to enjoy the same gastronomical delights as our non-Muslim counterparts, but unfortunately our choices had always been restricted to only a finite number of cuisines. With the rise in Muslim diners, more and more diverse restaurants have started to serve halal options. However, not all establishments… Continue reading HS&Co.
The Meat Co., formally known as The Meat and Wine Company, is an internationally renowed Steakhouse brand, with its first UK branch situated in the urber chic Southern Terrace at Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherds Bush. It was founded by South African restauranteurs Costa Tomazos and Bradley Michael, who originally established FoodFund International in 2000,… Continue reading The Meat Co
Even with halal restaurants becoming more prevalent, it can still be difficult to discover halal eateries that offer something a little out of the ordinary, a certain je ne sais quoi that leaves a lasting impression. Executive Head Chef Ian Pengelley, under the direction of acclaimed restaurateur Eddie Lim have strived to achieve this very feat by offering the… Continue reading Pan Chai
As halal consumers, for decades we have yearned to feast on the same gastronomical delights as our non-Muslim compatriots, after all, variety is the spice of life. But ironically, dishes that were slathered in spice were usually the only halal options available to us. With the rise in Muslim diners; UK now has a population of over 3 million Muslims… Continue reading HS&Co.
Meat House London is an American inspired restaurant offering a full halal menu; serving gourmet burgers to steaks, to satisfy the prodigious carnivores in us, with a few seafood and vegetarian options thrown in to delight the herbivores and pescatarians. Meat House London, located in Kings Cross, has an old meets new decor. The restaurant initially… Continue reading Meat House London
The first American diner opened in 1872, originally as a pre-fabricated fast food restaurant, evolving over the decades to become more sleeker and retro. With its evolution over the years, it revolutionised American dining culture. In the non-halal market arena, the popularity for American diner restaurants in London has seen significant growth, but for… Continue reading Big Moe’s Diner
Over the last year there has been a wave of halal gourmet burger establishments opening left, right and centre. We certainly wouldn’t say the halal burger industry is saturated but in order to satisfy the ever increasing consumer standard for high quality, rich ingredients rivalling some of the top non-halal establishments, Brioche Burger is without… Continue reading Brioche Burger
3 Bros is a multi-cuisine halal restaurant based in Putney. When we heard the name 3 Bros we immediately thought it would be a fast food style eatery. On arrival, however, we were pleasantly surprised. The interior exudes Parisian chic, transporting the diner to a fashionable European bistro style eatery. The walls of the establishment are decorated with… Continue reading 3 Bros
Tempus Gourmet Garden in Bethnal Green was the highly anticipated and newest addition to the halal Gourmet Burger market in the summer of 2014. The Tempus Wings were drenched in a secret tempus sauce. Essentially Indian inspired sauce with plenty of zest. A combination that worked well and was flavoursome. The Lamb Chops were well… Continue reading Tempus Gourmet Garden