The best halal restaurants in Paris

Are you looking for a halal restaurant in Paris? Well then, you’ve knocked on the right door! We’ve unearthed the best of the best. So, who’s up for a nice restaurant?

Tasty halal restaurants in Paris are galore. But when we want the best, it’s a different case. Luckily, we roamed throughout Paris looking for the best of best of halal restaurants. So, if you want to follow this diet, you can finally say good riddance to fish and enjoy nice carnivorous dishes in line with your lifestyle. And be rest assured, there’s something for every budget! Ready? Here we go!

Figue et Olive
At Figue et Olive, everything is in the name! you’re offered a cuisine mixing Tunisian and Italian specialties… Rush to Paris 5th arrondissement for a complete Mediterranean meal! And big bonus: in addition to be 100% halal (and very careful about the meat quality), it’s 100% organic!

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Le Méchoui du Prince
Le Méchoui du Prince is a Moroccan restaurant in Paris where we feel really… like a prince. Here, you enjoy a genuine Moroccan cuisine, a flavorful and hearty cuisine that makes us feel like travelling!

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Brasserie Naï
Lebanese cuisine and its fresh dishes eye at us. Near the Etoile neighborhood on the Avenue de la Grande-Armée, we’ve discovered Brasserie Naï excelling at hummus, sambousik and lamb skewers with very affordable prices!

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Jaïpur Café
Jaipur Café in Paris is a sound value. Are you looking for an Indian restaurant? If so, find your way to Gare de l’Est in the 10th arrondissement to enjoy delicious meals, perfectly seasoned and cooked.

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Noura
Summer is coming and with it, we want to chill out on a terrace. Lebanese cuisine restaurant Noura offers 3 beautiful spots in Paris where you can quietly have a seat while enjoying delicious mezzes.

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Osè African Cuisine
Today, you can try African cuisine without locking yourself up in a greasy spoon. Osè African Cuisine makes African cuisine flavors accessible to all. Whether you like spicy food or not, go for it, leave your habits away. Gluten-free and 100% Halal, the concept is delighting.

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Beyït Jedo
Forget about traditional Lebanese restaurants with a muted atmosphere and dark wooden furniture, at Beyït Jedo, you’re served GENUINE Lebanese cuisine! This new restaurant seduced us with its wonderful cuisine and its story. Follow the guide!

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Djakarta Bali
Djakarta Bali is much more than an Indonesian restaurant: it’s an invitation to travel, an exotic bubble in the heart of one of Paris chicest neighborhoods.

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Djawa
Immediate boarding to Indonesia thanks to colorful and delicious dishes by Djawa. The brand opens a fifth restaurant quai de Valmy at the Canal Saint-Martin and offers Indonesian specialties, the whole available in vegetarian version!

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Rizhlaine F.
Last updated on 27 June 2018

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