If you’re like us and get hungry at all times of the day, then you can relate to the frustration when you want to eat a yummy late night snack and everything is closed! In this post we’ve listed some places where you can get late night halal food in London, as well as our thoughts on the food.
If you have any other suggestions, drop us a comment below!
From Bea Vo, who founded Stax and Boondocks comes another USA style restaurant right next to Camden Town called The Famous Flames! This is a Stax sized restaurant i.e. limited seating but the food is great to take away also.
As some of you may be aware, Dar Marrakesh on Edgware road has been quite well known for their Shisha. Recently however, they have stripped out the interior Pub, and converted the inside to a formal restaurant, serving traditional Moroccan food.
Tempus Gourmet Garden in Bethnal Green has recently reopened after a year of renovation. Since their reopening they have put a focus on serving great food, and overall this has really come across. We were initially skeptical abut how the food would be as this establishment previously had a reputation for being a shisha place, but we would definitely come back as the food, service and atmosphere were all on point!
Follow them here on instagram and facebook to keep updated of any offers they have. Also, special shout out to their delicious homemade signature red chilli sauce, which they have in bottles on every table- so yummy it had to get a mention.
Uncle G’s Gourmet Fried Chicken Co is a fully Halal food truck serving the best Gourmet, Gluten free, MSG free and unprocessed fried chicken in London! Their location varies from within London to just outside. We visited them while they were stationed near Paddington station.
We had the pleasure of sampling some of the best items from the menu of Sheikh & Shake, one of very few UAE original, homegrown burger joints, currently with 2 branches in Dubai (Jumeirah Lake Towers and Business Bay).
To those of you that know us from our instagram account, @HalalFoodLondon, hello again. You may be wondering why its FOR rather than Food. Well this is because we don’t want to limit ourselves to just food.
For example…we have a page on this site which lists places you can offer Salah in London.