TOP HALAL RESTAURANTS IN MANCHESTER

Manchester is renown for its shopping centre, football teams, creative industry and …. its halal dining scene!  With great sights, history, arts and sports,  it is an awesome city break for those looking to indulge themselves into the culture of North West England. The Lake District and National Peak Park neighbour Manchester and are homes to beautiful views and must-see lakes. Foodies are also spoilt for their choice of Halal restaurants in Manchester which is home to the famous curry mile – yes, a whole mile of Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisine restaurants! . So how do you navigate the best halal restaurants in Manchester? Here is our handy guide whether you’re a local looking for inspiration on where to dine next or just visiting for a few days.

If you’re looking for a taste of the US , or you’ve got children to feed and are ready to have some fun, check out Monolos Playhouse Restaurant located on Cheetham Hill Road. This American Diner offers two menus, one for grown ups and another for kids, both including a range of burgers, steaks, wings and milkshakes. Monolos cater for parents and children alike, so that parents can enjoy items from the extensive menu, whilst a soft play structure and gaming zone can be enjoyed by the children.

HALAL RESTAURANTS IN MANCHESTER-Monolos Playhouse Restaurant

 Lamb steak, Salt n Peppa Fries and Creamy Mash,  Blue Lagoon Mocktail – £14.45

Monolos Playhouse Restaurant

American Cheesecake – £3.95

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Address: Monolos Restaurant, 137 – 139 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester, M8 8LY
Telephone: 0161 883 0555
Nearby: Manchester Arndale, Royal Exchange Theatre & Manchester Arena

Halal Tip: Prayer Room available

Located on the famous Curry Mile in Rusholme, Ziya Asian Grill’s exceptional menu will have you drooling for more. It’s modern take on traditional South Asian Cuisine has quickly earned awards for Excellence and a Diners choice award on TripAdvisor. This is a perfect dining experience for all those who want to treat themselves to a Manchester favourite. Their menu is split across Street food & Full menu featuring a range of Indian cuisines from Punjab to Hyderabad and Goa.

HALAL RESTAURANTS IN MANCHESTER Cholley Bhature-Ziya Asian GrillCholley Bhature £5.50

Patrin Machli served with Tempered Potatoes & Kothim Birwadi
(Fish steamed in green herb marination served in a banana leaf) – £12.95

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Address: 65-67 Wilmslow Road,Manchester M14 5TB
Telephone: +44 (0)161 257 2010
Nearby: Whitworth Art Gallery, Platt Fields Park & O2 Apollo

Steak and Lobster located on Peter Street Manchester is the ideal place  if you are looking to indulge in the finest steaks or the freshest lobster. This popular restaurant offers a reliably good meal out in Manchester.

HALAL RESTAURANTS IN MANCHESTER -Steak & LobsterThe Lobster – £20

12oz Flat Iron Steak-Steak & Lobster12oz Flat Iron Steak – £22

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Address: Free Trade Hall, Peter Street, Manchester M2 5GP
Telephone: 0161 835 8903
Nearby: Palace Theatre , Manchester Art Gallery, Albert Hall, Opera House

Food Box pride themselves on offering “proper food.” From burgers with a Jamaican, Asian or American flavours to large sharing platters that are a meat lovers delight, Food Box is the place to head to for protein lovers. They also offer a ‘clean eating’ friendly range of steaks at an affordable price. Add this to your list for Halal Restaurants in Manchester if you’re looking for a quick, no fuss but good place to eat.

Chicken steak-Food BoxChicken steak with chips and melted cheese – £11.50

Hayzee Burger Meal-Food BoxHayzee Burger Meal with Roasted Lamb on Chips – £11

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Address: 227 Burnage Ln, Manchester M19 1FN
Telephone: 0161 442 1414
Nearby: Ladybarn Park, Mauldeth Park Train station

After a day of shopping, chilling or immersing yourself in all that Manchester has to offer, enjoy a taste of the Middle East in Manchester. Bakchich made its debut in 2013 in Liverpool and has been a resident in Manchester since 2015. Bakchich Café provides authentic Lebanese food in a vibrant setting, serving mezze and traditional dishes perfect for foodies looking for breakfast fit for a king, a light lunch or flavoursome dinner.

Kefta Meshawi-BakchichKefta Meshawi – £8.95 – Shisha Tauk – £8.95

Full Lebenese Breakfast-BakchichFull Lebenese Breakfast – £4.95

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Address:  4, The Quadrangle, Chester St, Manchester M1 5QS
Telephone: 0161 228 3158
Nearby: Palace theatre, Univeristy of Manchester, Bridgewater Hall, O2 Apollo

If you’re ready to feast and want to be spoiled for choice, Royal Nawaab is the natural choice for a buffet spread that is kind to your wallet. Royal Nawaab’s extensive buffet offers a wide variety of Indian and Pakistani cuisine that is a firm family favourite.

Buffet-Royal NawaabAdults – £15.95 Per Head exc. Drinks
Children – Above 11 – £15.95 per head exc. Drinks
Children aged 4-11 – £7 per head exc. Drink

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Address:
 1008 Stockport Rd, Levenshulme, Manchester M19 3WN
Telephone: 0161 224 6969
Nearby: Highfield Country Park, Albert Road Station & Cringle Park

 

So whether you’re already Mancunians or simply visiting,  be sure to check out some of the spots from our list!

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