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  • Birmingham: Check Out These Halal Eateries To Fill Up Your Tum Tum

    Birmingham is a hugely diverse city in England and it is the second most populated area in the UK after London. So, there's no surprise that with the amount of people living there, there is an abundance of choice of Halal eateries to fill up your Tum Tum. Keep reading for a carefully selected choice of halal eateries in Birmingham. Marrakech Restaurant Picture Credit: Marrakech Restaurant Facebook This restaurant succeeds in creating a gentle fusion of Mediterranean cuisine along with its neighbour north african cuisine. Customers love the marinated meats and garlic prawns that are clearly presented to let the flavours and recipes truly satisfy the taste palettes. From filling choices such as meat tagines, homemade bread to lighter dishes such as brochettes, mediterranean salads and hummus. The restaurant can satisfy groups of friends, adults and couples on dates. Address: 1122 Stratford Road | Hall Green Birmingham, Birmingham B28 8AE, EnglandPrice Range: ££Opening Hours: 5PM to 11PM (Mon-Thu)                               5PM to 11.30PM (Fri & Sat)                               4.20PM to 11PM (Sun)Contact: +44 121 702 2244Website: www.marrakechrestaurant-lounge.com Facebook | Instagram Wrap Chic Picture Credit: Wrap Chic Bullring Facebook A simple eatery in Bullring Shopping Centre, it’s a perfect stop during your shopping days and even worth a visit when nearby. This fast food fusion of Mexican and Indian wraps, bowls, meats is simple and straight to the point. Don’t be afraid to ask the staff to explain the menu as they engage and allow tasters as they understand their concept is unique. The opportunity to customize your bowls, burritos, wrap-chos, wrap, wraplette or Quesadilla means there's someone for everyone. A great place for family with little ones, hang out stops with friends, quick stops and lunch- breaks. Bullring OutletAddress: Bullring | Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham B5 4BU, EnglandPrice Range: £Opening Hours: 11AM to 8PM (Mon-Sat)                          11AM to 5PM (Sun)Contact: +44 7572 464 640Website: wrapchic.co.uk​ Facebook Birmingham International Airport OutletAddress: Birmingham International Airport​ | Ground Floor, North Terminal,​ B26 3QJ​Price Range: £Opening Hours: 6AM to 9PM (Daily)Contact: +44 121 782 1938​Website: wrapchic.co.uk​ My Lahore Picture Credit: MyLahore Facebook The atmosphere in My Lahore sizzles, from the meats placed sizzling hot before you to the colourful decor. Introducing Asian food with no inhibitions, you can find your classic currys, biryani, naan choices as well as choices from the Far east such as noodles and sweet and sour meats. If you have some picky little ones, they also have burgers and steaks available. The portions are sized generously and the traditionally decorated environment matches the food placed before you. The place is often packed and great for celebratory gatherings as well as family outings. Address: 191-194 Bradford Street, Birmingham B12 0JD, EnglandPrice Range: ££-£££Opening Hours: 12PM to 12AM (Mon-Thu)                               12PM to 1AM (Fri)                               1PM to 1AM (Sat)                               1PM to 12AM (Sun)Contact: +44 121 771 1117Website: www.mylahore.co.uk​ Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Golden Balti Indian Takeaway Picture Credit: Golden Balti Indian Takeaway Many customers who have ordered from Golden Balti Indian Takeaway have returned for more. The tiny atmosphere and cultural remnants are felt as the food tastes authentic and homemade. Perfect for that cosy night in with some good comfort food without the hassle of preparing and cleaning. Golden Balti Indian do all the hard work and allow you to enjoy their delicious bangladeshi, indian food. Upon specific requests, the cooks can also whisk something off menu for you such as vegan or vegetarian foods or any cravings you have. This is perfect for sleepovers, days when you leave the office late or times with the family in-front of a film. Address: 82B Edgewood Road | Rednal, Birmingham B45 8SG, EnglandPrice Range: 5PM to 11PM (Mon-Sun)Opening Hours: ££-£££Contact: +44 121 453 0338Website: www.goldenbaltionline.co.uk Kobe Sizzlers Picture Credit: Kobe Sizzlers Steakhouse Facebook Although, not in Birmingham, it is just a one hour drive away and may be worth the trek for special occasions. Kobe Sizzlers is a deluxe diner that uses 35 day old steaks, premium ingredients that compliment each-other. Experts have created a menu that includes a variety of food guilty pleasures, such as truffle fries, monterey jack cheese melted on marinated grilled chicken, jalapeno teriyaki sauce on an 8oz beef patty. The restaurants crowning glory are the sizzlers which arrive with a meat of your choice, sauce of your choice and Hand-cut triple cooked Chips, Rice/Noodles, Onions, Green Beans & Carrots. The dishes arriving sizzling hot as the title of the restaurant suggests. Great for family, friends and days where your feeling a huge meal Address: 64-66 London Road Leicester, Leicestershire LE2 0QD AreaPrice Range: ££-£££Opening Hours: 5.30PM to 10.30PM (Mon-Thu)                              5.30PM to 11PM (Fri)                              1.30PM to 11PM (Sat)                              1.30PM to 10PM (Sun)Contact: +44 116 222 5555​Website: kobesizzlers.co.uk​ Facebook | Instagram...

  • Bradford: Indulge in The Taste of East While You're in the West

    If you want to be home away from home then look no further than Bradford. Bradford holds a diverse community because of its thriving Asian, Eastern European and Caribbean communities. It's no surprise that people travel from all parts of the UK just to tantalise their taste buds. Bradford hosts Pakistani, Indian and South East Asian restaurants at the core of its food republic with some really beautiful cuisines. You can easily find Halal restaurants in Bradford and thanks to its Muslim-friendliness, it’s rare to find non-Halal places at the core of Bradford. Also, with Bradford boasting as one of the cities with the largest Muslim population in the UK, it's a breeze to wander the streets and enjoy the local flavour they have to offer. The best restaurants in Bradford will not disappoint and they fortunately do not damage the wallet as much. Find Mosques and Prayer places in Bardford   1. myLahore Picture Credit: www.instagram.com, MyLahore I would definitely recommend the Desi Chicken Stir Fry that is served with a special sauce! From humble beginnings, in Bradford, myLahore has shot up to national fame with branches in a few of the popular cities in England. The original, which is extremely popular among diners from all over the UK, boasts packed out weekends with many hopefuls having to turn their backs and looking for another place to dine or having to wait for an hour (if you’re lucky). The freshly prepared food is delivered with excellent service and myLahore is the perfect place to enjoy a meal out with a loved one or simply to catch up with a friend. The dishes and tastes vary, allowing a calm weekday meal or a fiery weekend delight. Curries, italian, grilled and veggie dishes are all available on the menu with a cheeky burger menu too. Check out their menu to have a gauge on how wild this restaurant really is! Most importantly, they are Halal-certified. Tip: You might want to reserve a table if you are planning to dine in on a Friday, Saturday or a Sunday for dinner. Also, they have facilities for Muslims to pray, both men and women. Cuisine: Pakistani, ItalianAddress: 52 Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AL, EnglandOpening Hours: 12PM to 12AM (Mondays to Thursdays)                          12PM to 1AM (Fridays)                          1PM to 1AM (Saturdays)                          1PM to 12AM (Sundays)Price Range: £4.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +4401274 308508Website: www.mylahore.co.uk Facebook | Instagram | Twitter   2. Rawal Kebab House Pictire Credit: www.asianexpress.co.uk My personal favourite on the list is the Rawal Kebab House. At this point, you might wonder why is it second, well I’ll get to that, but first get ready to emerge yourself in an amazing food fest. Nearly every single item from the menu is recommended, ranging from all the different types of cuisines but I would definitely recommend the salt & pepper wings and chips or the Chicken Tikka Masala. The former would definitely get your taste buds bouncing. Now getting to my point as to why it is second though this is a drooling place it will give a harder punch to your wallet than myLahore, but if you ever travel the UK and you happen to be in Bradford it is highly recommended that you give the Rawal Kebab House a shot! Make sure you devour each and every last piece.  Tip: They also have a prayer place, convenient for Muslims to pray at anytime of the day. Cuisine: Pakistani, IndianAddress: 254a Barkerend Road, Bradford, BD3 9DB, EnglandOpening Hours: 4.30PM to 12.30AM (Everyday)Price Range: £4.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +4401274 727070   3. Bab Tooma Syrian Restaurant Picture Credit: www.facebook.com, Bab Tooma A unique fighter amongst the food republic in Bradford which does consist of mainly Pakistani and Indian restaurants is this sweet Syrian place. The Middle Eastern cuisines offered really add a twist in your normal choices of burger and chips offered in the locality. The food is displayed in front of you in an artistic fashion almost with an eloquence. The prices don’t go above and beyond but are fairly manageable, so long as you’re not planning to pay for 10 people. You can have a nice meal with friends and family here, and enjoy the beautiful decor with it. If you are a fish lover, I would recommend getting the Samak Mashwi! Cuisine: Middle EasternAddress: 18 Wilton Street, Bradford, BD5 0AX, EnglandOpening Hours: 12PM to 11PM (Mondays to Saturdays)                          12PM to 10PM (Sundays)Price Range: £4.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +4401274921616Website: www.babtooma.co.uk Facebook    4. Cafe de Akbars One of the elitist in the restaurant category in Bradford, Cafe de Akbars is a true delight. Like myLahore, it is busy as a bee, and it is highly recommended that you make a reservation during the weekends and weekdays to avoid disappointment. Check out their menu first to know exactly what to get! The monotone colour of the decor doesn’t do its food justice but it does give it a unique charisma compared to the other flamboyant restaurants. This can get a little more on the pricier side but it is still worth every penny. Recommend is the Italian chicken penne, the simple chicken steak or the more extreme chicken tikka masala desi which is made with the chefs special spices. Tip: Also you need not worry, they offer a place to pray when it comes to prayer times. Cuisine: Pakistani, Indian, ItalianAddress: 1422-1424 Leeds Rd, Bradford, BD3 7AE, EnglandOpening Hours: 12PM to 12AM (Mondays to Saturdays)                          2PM to 10PM (Sundays)Price Range: £4.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +4401274 664005Website: www.akbars.co.uk Facebook   5. Bangkok Thai Restaurant The South East Asian inspired place, makes a good contender for Halal places to eat in Bradford, though not every dish maybe halal, majority are. Bangkok Thai is unique in its decor and delivering of food, taken glimpses of what the Japanese do with the serving of their food, the chefs and prepares put an extra effort in making there food look beautiful. They have seating for groups or couple and loners (just me) too. The Gaeng Phed Gai is recommended but watch out for the bamboo shoots. Certainly, this thai restaurant delivers the best dishes right here in Bradford. The costs for this are in the same ballpark as myLahore, so it won’t be breaking your bank with a trip here. The only major down fall to this place is they may sell alcohol. Cuisine: ThaiAddress: 18 East Parade, Bradford, BD1 5EE, EnglandOpening Hours: 5PM to 10PM (Tuesdays to Thursdays)                          12PM to 2PM, 5PM to 11PM (Fridays)                          5PM to 11PM (Saturdays)                          2PM to 9.30PM (Sundays)Price Range: £4.50 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +4401274 788333Website: www.bangkokthai.uk Facebook | Twitter   If you ever want to dazzle your taste buds further, find Halal food near you in Bradford with the help of the HalalTrip Mobile app helps you easily find the places you'd enjoy!...

  • Top 10 Muslim-Friendly Travel Destinations for Muslim Millennial Travellers in 2018

    Millennials are described as those born in the 1980s or 1990s, and are known to be responsible for a lot of the changes occurring in today's world – be it technologically, politically, or socially. In the same way, they are also changing the way people travel. Unlike those that came before, Millennials look for something different when it comes to choosing holiday destinations. Experience is what is most important to them, rather than the destination; it's the journey that matters, and it doesn't hurt if it's picture-worthy either! In fact, Millenials specifically look for places that are unique and exciting, including places with social media worthy food, interesting cultures, internet-friendly facilities. But Millennials who follow the Islamic faith have a further hurdle to overcome as they are not only looking for the best experiences but also where they can find Muslim-friendly facilities like Halal food and prayer places, as well as not be discriminated against in general. The MasterCard-HalalTrip Muslim Millennial Travel Report 2017 (MMTR2017) lists the top 10 tourist destinations in the world for 2018 for Millennial Travelers. It based on the 3 A's: Authentic (local culture, food), Affordable (accommodation, transport, experiences), and Accessible (technology, information, sharing). The 3 A's are what a Muslim Millennial looks for when he/she is shopping for the best holiday destinations in the world. Here are the top 10 Muslim-friendly travel destinations for Muslim Millennial Travelers in 2018:   1. Malaysia Malaysia is the top holiday destination for everyone from Muslim families and elders to young Muslim couples and even non-Muslims! This multicultural Muslim country is an amazing place that has something to offer for anyone who wishes to visit it, which is why it's very popular with Muslim Millenials. It also helps that it is one of the best places for a cheap Muslim-friendly holiday as most things in Malaysia are pretty affordable. Millennials are down for anything that saves them a buck while being a great experience! Not only are there many mosques all around the country and plenty of Halal food to go around of all cuisines, price ranges and themes, Malaysia is also one of the most advanced countries in Asia. This means that there are adequate technological facilities, good public transport, and a horde of unique experiences. Marvel at the iconic buildings in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, visit LEGOLAND in Johor Bahru, or the beaches of Penang. You'll have the time of your life and get amazing pictures to prove it! Find nearby Halal food places in Malaysia  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Malaysia   2. Indonesia Indonesia is one of the top tourist destinations in Asia and one of the most popular Muslim countries frequented by Asians and Westerners alike. Indonesia is home to picture-perfect beaches that are the ideal backdrop to your vacation selfie, amazing Halal food restaurants to fill your tummies, and nature trails and tours where you can take a break from the technology-driven world. Indonesia is a Muslim country, and visitors should have no trouble finding Halal restaurants. Make sure to try out the seafood in Indonesia as well! There are many mosques all around the country, and most hotels offer Muslim-friendly facilities like prayer mats, Qur’an, etc. Indonesia is also one of the top 10 tourist destinations in the world in 2018, especially for Millennials as it is easy to travel on a budget. And for those of us who are looking to get the best experiences for the cheapest price, this fascinating country is a dream come true! Find nearby Halal food places in Indonesia Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Indonesia    3. Japan Japan is one of the most exciting countries to visit in the world because it seems to seamlessly combine the traditions and reminders of the olden days with the modern world. Millennials might be more attracted to the new-world aspects of this unique country, but you'll also enjoy exploring the history and beauty of the country's past. Japan also home to incredible nature as well as awe-inspiring modern architecture; it truly is the best of both worlds! Although the number of Muslims in Japan is very small, there are pretty prominent communities in certain cities. The Japanese government has also made an effort to encourage Muslim tourism. As a result, there are plenty of Halal-friendly facilities like Halal restaurants (or Muslim-friendly menus at eateries), and prayer places. Find nearby Halal food places in Japan   Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Japan   4. Thailand Thailand is another Asian country that is a popular vacation spot for Muslim Millenials. It's not hard to see why; with friendly locals, a fun-loving atmosphere, incredible nature and scenic beaches, it's a place that draws people in. Thailand is also a great place for budget-friendly shopping, so that's a definite bonus! About 5% of the population in Thailand are Muslims, and recent times have seen an increase in Muslim-friendly conditions like more food manufacturers and restaurants making the switch to Halal. Thailand is also home to many mosques. Places like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, and Koh Samui are the most Halal-friendly in the country. Find nearby Halal food places in Thailand Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Thailand 5. Australia Australia is perceived as one of the most Muslim-friendly places to visit in the Western world. The country of kangaroos is on the top of the list of Muslim Millennial travellers because of the people's hospitality, advanced technology/infrastructure, and laid back nature. Australia is also well known for its amazing nature, sea and wildlife. Surprisingly, you can have a budget-friendly vacation in Australia too, as there are plenty of cheap, Muslim-friendly activities to try (some even free!), like free guided tours in Melbourne and budget-friendly theme parks in the gold coast! The country is also known for having amazing food, and luckily, it's not too difficult to find Halal restaurants in Australia. Swanky eateries, street food, and high-end dining – you can take your pick (and then take that perfect food 'pic')! There are also many mosques in Australia, and communities of Muslims thrive in many areas. Find nearby Halal food places in Australia  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Australia   6. Singapore Singapore is one of the top destinations that Muslim Millenials like to travel because it is one of the coolest places in the world! Singapore offers unique experiences and has an infrastructure that is very convenient. Public transport is impeccable and technology is pretty advanced. There are also fun things to try in Singapore that Millennials are sure to get a kick out of like dining in the dark, or amongst wildlife, unique watersports, and even underwater hockey! Singapore is also a dream shopping destinations, one of Millennials' favourite activities. Singapore is home to a multicultural population and has a strong Muslim community. There are many Halal restaurants to try, including trendy eateries with cool concepts. There are also many mosques in Singapore. That's why Muslim Millennials are sure to feel right at home! Find nearby Halal food places in Singapore Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Singapore   7. The United Arab Emirates Muslim Millenials love travelling to UAE because of everything it has to offer. The UAE is one of the richest countries in the world – and it shows! From massive, elegant shopping malls, jaw-dropping skyscrapers, and magnificent mosques, to great dining, desert safaris, and incredible shopping, there's no shortage of incredible experiences that last a lifetime! Of course, as UAE is a Muslim country, there is no shortage of anything a Muslim would want, from amazing Halal food, mosques and prayer places, to Muslim-friendly accommodation, tourist attractions, and Islamic sightseeing spots. The ability to travel so freely without any concern for not fitting in is also a great draw for Muslim Millennial travellers. Find nearby Halal food places in UAE Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in UAE    8. United Kingdom The UK is a country that everyone has heard of, and they certainly have made their mark on a fair share of countries around the world! But today, it is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. You can visit iconic locations like the London Eye and Stonehenge, or you can try out the lesser known activities of the UK like visiting Sir Isaac Newton's apple tree in Lincolnshire, the Alnwick poison gardens in Northumberland, or skiing in the gorgeous snowy mountains of Scotland. The UK is another of the countries in the Western world where the most Muslim-friendly facilities are available. With a population of about 5 million Muslims, you shouldn't have too much trouble finding Halal food restaurants, especially in places like Wales, London, Bradford, and Birmingham where there is a higher concentration of Muslims. There are also many mosques in the UK. Find nearby Halal food places in the United Kingdom Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in the United Kingdom   9. The United States of America The United States of America is a global superpower and one of the most famous countries in the world, so it's no wonder that Millennials are flocking to the land of opportunities! The American experience is a combination of so many things that range across the spectrum of experiences from quiet getaways in the countryside to loud and proud cities like New York. Despite what the media might portray at times, the vast majority of Americans are accepting and respectful of Muslims, whether it's their neighbours or tourists. Muslim-friendly facilities will be easier to come by in big cities than in rural areas, but cities like Texas, New York, Michigan, and Los Angeles have a larger concentration of Muslim, ergo more accommodating affects. Halal restaurants and eateries are also not difficult to find. There are over 2000 mosques in the USA, but some states have more than others. For instance, New York and California have 257 and 246 mosques respectively. Find nearby Halal food places in the United States  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in the United States   10. India India is a place that many Millennials love to travel because it has everything that they are looking for in a travel destination. India has so many interesting opportunities and unique experiences that range from the richest of the riches to slumming it in the streets, from skiing the slopes of the Indian Himalayas to shopping in Mumbai or surfing in Goa; and Millenials love that! India is also the home to 1.5 billion people of different races and religions, and everyone and every place has a story to tell. As the country with the largest Muslim minority population in the world, there is also no shortage of Muslim-friendly facilities. Halal food is pretty easy to come by, be it on the streets, trendy Instagram-friendly cafes, or high-end restaurants. There are hundreds of mosques all over the country, some with long and important histories, and others that are brand spanking new! India is also one of the top destinations in the world where you can travel on a budget. Most things, including food, accommodation and transport are pretty affordable. Find nearby Halal food places in India   Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in India   ...

  • The 10 Best Destinations in the UK for Muslim Travelers

    The United Kingdom is a popular destination among Muslim travelers and is home to a large percentage of Muslims; with majority of them living in England and Wales. Islam is considered to be the second largest religion in the country, with most cities having pockets of Muslim concentrated areas. The Muslim community consists of many ethnicities, but majority is of British-Asian origin. Most cities in UK have prayer facilities; however locating halal food might be harder in certain areas. Muslim travelers planning on visiting the UK will be spoilt for choice as most of the cities are Muslim friendly and have adequate facilities. Following are a few of the top Muslim-friendly destinations in the United Kingdom, compiled by HalalTrip. London, the capital of England, is one of the most visited cities in the world and is home to the largest Muslim population in the country; with Muslims of different ethnicities living in its many boroughs. This cosmopolitan city draws visitors from around the globe including Muslims. London has a lot to offer its many visitors with a vast array of attractions, museums, galleries, parks and some fantastic shopping. Muslim travelers visiting London will be able to find prayer facilities without difficulty as the city is home to a number of mosques, Islamic centers and prayer rooms. Locating halal food in London too, is not difficult as visitor will be able to find an array of halal restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. Bradford; located in Northern England is another city with a sizeable Muslim population. Muslim travelers visiting this city can locate mosques without a problem as the city is home to over 70 prayer facilities. The city of Bradford is popularly known as the curry capital of Britain as it is home to many Asian curry houses. Those looking for halal restaurants will be spoilt for choice, as the city has many Muslim owned restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. Not to be missed when in Bradford is its city park which contains United Kingdom’s largest man made water feature. Luton is a large town located north of London and is another Muslim-friendly destination in the UK. It is home to a diverse ethnic mix of people with a sizeable Muslim population; consisting mainly of Asian descent. Luton has a wide selection of restaurants spread across the town; however, Muslim travelers can find a concentration of Asian halal restaurants in Bury Park. The town is home to over 20 mosques so Muslim travelers will be able to locate prayer facilities in Luton quite easily. Blackburn has the largest population of Muslims in the UK, outside of London making it another good destination for Muslims travelers visiting the country. With more than 40 mosques spread across Blackburn, Muslim travelers will have easy access to prayer facilities when required. Locating halal restaurants will also not be as difficult; as there are many halal restaurants catering to Blackburn’s local Muslim community. Birmingham the second most populous city after London is an ethnically and culturally diverse city. Home to a considerable number of Muslims the city offers its Muslim visitors halal-friendly facilities. With over 150 mosques spread across Birmingham, Muslim travelers will be able to find a mosque to offer their prayers at quite easily. Halal food too is easy to locate; with most halal restaurants serving South Asian, Mediterranean and Arabic food. The Cadbury World situated close by is a must-visit when in Birmingham. Dewsbury, Leicester, Derby, Manchester and Liverpool are some of the other destinations that Muslim travelers should visit when in the UK. These cities have a sizeable Muslim population; therefore offering its Muslim visitors many Muslim friendly-facilities. Each of these cities has prayer facilities and halal restaurants that tourists could use. The availability of these facilities is sure to make holidaying in the UK an enjoyable experience for Muslim travelers....