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Being the first Mexican restaurant in South Yarra, Fiesta's aim was to use healthy, quality and tasty ingredients. Fiesta's menu offers unique signature dishes including meatball taco, Fiesta auténtica and jalapeno candy ice cream. Fiesta also serves famous Mexican dishes such as, nachos, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, chimichangas and flautas. They highly value their customers and cater for coeliac, halal, vegetarian and vegan guests. They also love to celebrate special fiestas such as birthdays and anniversaries. They are experts when it comes to fiestas big or small. ...more

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  • 7 Best Halal Food Restaurants in Melbourne

    Australia is not only among the top tourist destinations, but it's also an amazing place for foodies to explore, and Melbourne is no exception. With the diversity in culture, you will be bound to find a wonderful variety of cuisines to try out. If a Halal food guide to Melbourne is what you need, we have listed a couple of awesome places that serve up some excellent Halal food - that you must not miss out on! Drop by these spots if you are hoping to find halal restaurants near you in Melbourne that serve up some delicious grub. Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Melbourne Download our Halal Guide to Australia   1. Rumi Restaurant Picture Credit - facebook.com/rumibrunswick/ What could be better than aromatic spicy flavours? Rumi is a well-known Lebanese restaurant in Melbourne where you can enjoy a pleasant meal in the nice, comfortable setting where the walls are covered with Arabic writing. If you are in the mood for barbecued chicken wings or slow-roasted, marinated lamb shoulder bursting with flavour - Rumi has you covered. Some other dishes to check out also include their unique rice pilaf and the Persian meatballs – which are some much-loved favourites.If you don’t feel like going out for a meal, Rumi’s has a wonderful takeaway menu with some delicious stuff that you can enjoy at home. Do note that even though Rumi serves alcohol, all food that is served and prepared is Halal. Cuisine: Lebanese, Middle-Eastern, Mediterranean Address: 116 Lygon Street, East Brunswick, Melbourne VIC 3057, AustraliaOpening Hours: Monday to Sunday6pm to 10pm (dinner only)Price Range: 17 AUD – 25 AUD Reservations and contact no: +61 3 9388 8255Website: http://rumirestaurant.com.au/ Facebook    2. CBD Kebabs Picture Credit - getmehsp.com.au CBD Kebabs still remains as a popular Halal restaurant in the CBD of Melbourne for those who love their late night takeaway. With delectable sauces to go with well-roasted meats and pita bread, what more do you need? Along with some crispy fries, you have the most filling late night snack that qualifies as a satisfying dinner. Don’t forget to try their Halal snack pack too, which is a wonderful mix of barbequed meat, fries and mouth-watering sauces. So, take your pick from chicken, lamb or falafel wraps – or even a mix of everything, if you like! Cuisine: Fast Food, Middle Eastern, Take-awayAddress: 2/546 Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, AustraliaOpening Hours: Sunday to Thursday10 AM to 4AMFriday to Saturday10 AM to 7AMPrice Range: 12 AUD to 20 AUDReservation: no reservationsContact: -Website: - Facebook   3. Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven Picture Credit - dolanuyghurhalalrestaurant.com.au If you want to try something different, Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven might be the ideal place to drop by. This restaurant is where you can taste some unique Uyghur flavours and dishes, most of which contain beef or lamb. But they do have some great vegetarian options, too. Their specialties include the lamb skewers and tasty noodle dishes – such as Gurush Uni Lagmeni made with a spicy gravy. There are three more outlets which are located at Melbourne City Store 2, Springvale and Boxhill if you are ever in those areas. The simple, cozy setting of the restaurant is great if you are dining out with friends or family too.Cuisine: Uyghur, Central AsianAddress: 166 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia (Melbourne City Store 1)Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday12 PM to 10PmPrice Range: 13 AUD – 30 AUDReservation: -Contact: +61 3 9041 8802Website: http://dolanuyghurhalalrestaurant.com.au/   4. Morrocan Soup Bar Picture Credit - moroccansoupbar.com.au Doesn’t a delicious meal in a cosy setting seem inviting? Then you should visit the Moroccan Soup Bar, one of the best places to enjoy vegetarian delights. Do check out their famous chickpea bake as well, which is a favorite that you shouldn't miss out on. You can enjoy the basic banquet for 25 AUD which is the set menu for the day. Interestingly, there is no physical menu but a verbal one – they simply tell you what’s available and then take your order. Additionally, they provide generous portions. So if there are any delicious leftovers from the meal you can easily bring your own container to take some home.Cuisine: Middle-Eastern, VegetarianAddress: 183 St Georges Rd, Fitzroy North VIC 3068, AustraliaOpening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday6 PM to 10 PMPrice Range: 20 AUD - 25 AUDReservation: not availableContact - +61 3 9482 4240Website: http://moroccansoupbar.com.au/ Facebook   5. Mamak Picture Credit - facebook.com/MamakHaymarket Mamak is another place that you should visit if you enjoy Malaysian food and some good flavors. This restaurant has become popular for its traditional Asian food such as roti canai, satay, ayam goreng, nasi goreng and much more. The inspiration of the restaurant comes from the traditional Malaysian hawker centres, which you can really taste when you drop in for a bite. You can basically get a chance to experience some traditional, authentic Malaysian hawker dishes when you visit Mamak. This is an ideal spot for a get-together with a few friends when you crave something spicy and delicious.Cuisine: Asian, MalaysianAddress: 366 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, AustraliaOpening Hours: Lunch – 11:30 AM to 2:30 AMDinner – 5:30 AM to 9:30 AMPrice Range: 10 AUD – 25 AUDReservation: -Contact: +61 3 9670 3137Website: http://mamak.com.au/ Facebook | Instagram | Twitter   6. Mama Wong’s Kitchen Picture credit - facebook.com/mwkitchenofficial At Mama Wong’s Kitchen you can get an awesome variety of Chinese, Thai and Malaysian food that will leave you wanting more. This family-run business has become a popular spot for halal Chinese food in Melbourne and some awesome take-away too. From Beef Noodles to Nasi Goreng or if you are in the mood for chicken in black bean sauce or maybe sweet and sour prawns – Mama Wong’s kitchen has a pretty good range to choose from. Mama Wong’s should be your next stop for excellent Chinese Halal food in a simple, casual little restaurant – a combination that you really can’t go wrong with. Cuisine: Chinese, Thai, Malaysian, Take-awayAddress: 164 Sydney Rd, Coburg VIC 3058, AustraliaOpening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday5 PM to 9:30 PM (closed on Mondays and public holidays)Price Range: 10 AUD – AUD 15Reservation: -Contact: +61 3 9383 4196Website: http://www.mamawongs.com.au/ Facebook   7. Nasi Lemak House Picture credit - facebook.com/nasilemakhouse If you are craving some Asian flair, Nasi Lemak House is the place to drop by and get your fix. There are some delicious versions of nasi lemak and laksa that you must try if you enjoy the flavours of Malaysian cuisine. The Malay dishes at this restaurant has that wonderful home-made flavour that makes the food something special. The nice simple setting makes this an ideal spot to come in with some friends or family for a meal when you are looking for Halal restaurants in Melbourne.Cuisine: MalaysianAddress: 115 Grattan St, Carlton VIC 3053, AustraliaOpening Hours: Monday to Sunday12 PM to 9PM (summer trading hours)Price Range: 12.8 AUD to 15.8 AUDReservation: -Contact: +61 3 9348 4900Website: http://nasilemakhouse.com.au/ Facebook | Instagram Now that you know where to go for your Halal food fix - start planning your trip to Melbourne right now! Book a Halal trip to Australia with us!...

  • 7 Must-Visit Halal Restaurants in Melbourne

    If you’re an avid traveler, then there’s no question as to whether Melbourne is on your list of must-visit destinations. Consistently voted as the most liveable city in the world, Melbourne is an eclectic mix of both city and scenery that manages to set itself apart from other cities. From adorable wildlife to picture-perfect gardens, to an incredible café scene, stunning Instagrammable coastlines, fantastic shopping spots, world class dining, getaway spots unlike anything you could ever imagine, and anything and everything you could think of in between, Melbourne has it all! Melbourne also happens to be Muslim-friendly, and is known to have one of the largest Muslim populations in Australia, along with Sydney. Muslims from all over the world - the Middle East, India, Malaysia, Turkey, Sri Lanka and so on - have settled down in Melbourne. So if you’re planning a trip to Melbourne to see what the fuss is all about, we can’t think of a better way to experience Melbourne and its unique vibe than through its food! You’ll be able to eat to your heart’s content without having to worry about the food being Halal! How great is that!? And, while there are countless Halal restaurants in Melbourne, serving cuisines from across the globe, here we’ve listed some of our favourites - 7 must-visit Halal food places in Melbourne that’ll make you wish you were staying longer! Check out our Halal Food Blog Book a Halal Hotel in Melbourne From Halal fine dining restaurants, to Halal fast food spots in Melbourne, you’ll find it all, right here! 1. Tiba’s Lebanese Restaurant Picture credit - facebook.com/Tibas.Restaurant/ The family-run Tiba’s Lebanese Restaurant, located on Sydney Road, is a must-visit if you’re craving authentic Lebanese food that's Halal and easy on the wallet. Serving up some killer dishes, including juicy shish kebabs, shawarma and succulent quail, you won’t have to worry a single bit while dining here, because everything’s Halal. Try the kafta, lamb cutletls, falafel and hommos too! Cuisine: LebaneseAddress: 504 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056, Australia55 Lygon St, East Brunswick VIC 3057, Australia4/195 Somerton Rd, Roxburgh Park, VIC 3064, AustraliaOpening Hours: 12pm to 11pm (Sydney Rd and Lygon St) / Friday and Saturday till midnight (Sydney Rd only) / 8am to 10pm (Roxburgh Park)Closed TuesdaysPrice Range: $6.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9380 8425Website: http://www.tibas.com.au Facebook | Instagram   2. Nasi Lemak House Picture credit - facebook.com/nasilemakhouse These guys do a lot of things right, but boy will their nasi lemak hit the right spot! Nasi Lemak House is one of the best Halal restaurants in Melbourne for you to get a fix of your favourite Malaysian staple, amongst crowd favourites like laksa, mee goreng, char kuay teow and other well-known Malaysian hawker food. Finish your meal off with some teh tarik or sirap bandung. And if you’re not in the mood to head out, you can make use of NL House’s Award Winning Online Ordering and Delivery Service, and get the food sent right to your doorstep! Cuisine: MalaysianAddress: 115 Grattan Street, Carlton, Victoria, AustraliaOpening Hours: Monday to Sunday: 12pm - 9pmPrice Range: $7.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9348 4900Website: http://nasilemakhouse.com.au Facebook | Instagram   3. Gazi Picture Credit - facebook.com/GAZIrestaurant If you’re a foodie, then there is no way that you haven’t heard of Gazi, one of the most popular restaurants in Melbourne, not only renowned for its great food, but also for its owner - famous chef and TV personality George Calombaris. Putting a twist on Greek-inspired, Australian style dishes, George Calombaris offers up an inspired menu consisting of a varied selection, from tzatziki and moussaka to drool-worthy souvlakakia and loukoumades, upping the game of Halal fine dining in Melbourne. Excepting of the lamb dishes, everything else on the menu here is Halal certified. So, time to let those cravings get the best of you! *The restaurant does serve a few pork dishes, so dine at your own discretion. Cuisine: GreekAddress: 2 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaOpening Hours: 12pm to 10pmPrice Range: $6.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9207 7444Website: https://gazirestaurant.com.au/ Facebook   4. Moroccan Soup Bar Picture Credit - moroccansoupbar.com.au The Moroccan Soup Bar in Fitzroy North is all about simplicity and generosity. The vegetarian restaurant is a crowd favourite, and you are sure to see why, after just one visit. With no written menu, and one that is constantly changing, it is also the perfect spot for adventurous foodies who like to be gastronomically surprised. Go for their famous chick pea bake and sample whatever interests you at their ‘Moroccan Soup Bar’, you won’t regret it! Cuisine: MoroccanAddress: 183 St Georges Rd, Fitzroy North VIC 3068, AustraliaOpening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 6pm - 10pmClosed MondaysPrice Range: $4.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9482 4240Website: http://moroccansoupbar.com.au/ Facebook   5. Biryani House Picture Credit - biryanihouse.com Biryani House offers affordable, delicious and generously prepared Indian favourites, from fragrant biryanis to flavourful, spice infused curries, crispy naan breads and so much more. This is one of our top Halal food places in Melbourne, so we really could recommend pretty much everything on the menu. But if you’re looking for a bit of help deciding, go for the Hyderabadi dum biryani, the lamb tikka and the butter chicken with some butter naan, and end your meal with the pineapple kheer! Cuisine: IndianAddress: 343 King St, Melbourne VIC 3000, AustraliaOpening Hours: 12pm to 10pmPrice Range: $5.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9329 4323Website: www.biryanihouse.com Facebook   6. Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven Picture Credit - dolanuyghurhalalrestaurant.com.au With its Middle Eastern inspired interior and Uyghur Chinese menu, Dolan Uyghur is one of the most unique Halal restaurants in Melbourne, in our opinion. Not only is it a great place to get some delicious Halal Chinese food in Melbourne (Chinese, but with a bit of a twist of course), but it is also the perfect spot to learn all about the people and culture of the lesser known Uyghurs, a Turkic ethnic minority group living in Central and East Asia. Must-try’s here include the handmade noodle dishes and the steamed buns. Cuisine: Turkish, ChineseAddress: 166 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia and 3 other locationsOpening Hours: Monday to Friday: 5pm - 10pmSaturday & Sunday: 12pm - 10pmPrice Range: $6.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9546 0698Website: http://dolanuyghurhalalrestaurant.com.au/   7. Zikrayat Lebanese Cuisine Picture credit - facebook.com/zikrayatlebanesemelbourne It’s all about the best of Lebanese food at Zikrayat. Dishing up a wide selection of mouth-watering Lebanese dishes, from kibbeh and shish tawook to pilaf rice and salmon, Zikrayat Lebanese Cuisine is all about quality food prepared from top quality ingredients. It's the perfect place for a get-together with friends and family after a long, tiring week. Cuisine: LebaneseAddress: 229 Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Victoria, AustraliaOpening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 11am - 10pmPrice Range: $12.00 and upwardsReservation: AvailableContact: +61 3 9576 1384Website: http://zikrayat.com.au/ Facebook If our one stop blog for a Halal gastronomic experience in Melbourne makes you want to explore the city’s food scene even further, find Halal food near you in Melbourne with the help of the HalalTrip Mobile app! *Disclaimer: Some of the restaurants in the list above may offer alcohol on their menu, as with most restaurants in Melbourne. Mosques near me in Melbourne Halal Restaurants near me in Melbourne...