Dragon Cat Cafe is a new cafe in Hammersmith which serves unique bubble teas and the best wheelcakes. The cafe is cute and has a few seats. Every Wednesday they release a limited edition wheelcake flavour (they have had lotus biscuit & pizza flavours before!) so keep an eye on their instagram here to see whats coming up.Continue reading Dragon Cat Cafe
Mazaya is a Lebanese restaurant in the heart of Knightsbridge. Situated on the first floor, this restaurant has amazing views of the streets below! Their menu is simple, and their food was delicious. Having been put off Lebanese food because of a few bad places, this restaurant changed my mind again!
Check out their instagram for any offers and to drool over their pics!
Chi Kitchen is a fancy pan-asian restaurant on the ground floor of Debenhams, Oxford Street. If you guys know me, you know that my preference is not for pan- asian food; however I loved the food here and I will definitely be coming back!
I love a good drink when it’s hot, so here are some of my favourite places to get an amazing, refreshing drink in this heatwave!
Fridge Caffé is a new dessert parlour with the coolest interior design, located in Acton. They serve high quality desserts and award winning gelato. Of course, everything is also halal friendly, and they also have some gluten free and vegan options! This place and Kahve Dunyasi are my two my favourite dessert parlours to date…you need to go here if you have a sweet tooth!
Follow them here on their instagram to keep up to date with any news and offers!
Ceru in South Kensington offers a menu inspired by cuisines from the Levant region (Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan). Their menu caters for a wide range of tastes, and their all day menu is entirely gluten free (excluding the pita bread)!
Gourmet Republik is a new burger joint that opened up before Ramadan, specializing in wagyu, angus and chicken burgers! They also serve grilled chicken and other sides, including some amazing hot wings.
Tabun Kitchen is one of London’s only places to eat authentic and Halal Palestinian cuisine. Their name comes from the Tabun Oven which has been a staple of Palestinian Cooking for many years. They offer a range of delicious dishes based on traditional dishes, all with new twists however!
We love their core message, as well as their food. Definitely give this place a try! P.S. a voluntary £1.00 per table will be added to your bill for the Galilee Foundation, which helps to educate Palestinians in Israel!
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Simit Sarayi is a chain of Turkish Bakeries, that has since expanded its branches from Turkey, to locations all over the world. In London, they currently have branches in Bond Street, Oxford Street and Charing Cross, with more soon to come!
Simit Sarayi is the perfect place to go when you are looking for a quick snack on the go, both savoury and sweet, or to have a light bite with friends. We love the fact that it is halal friendly, so we can finally enjoy meaty and delicious pastries!
Check them out here on instagram to keep up to date of their special offers!