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Newport Islamic Society for Gwent 63 Stow Hill Stow Hill Newport NP9 4DX Gwent UK

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  • SEAGames 2019: Where To Get Your Halal Food in Manila

    We Win As One! via GIPHY The SEAGames 2019 will be the 30th edition of the Southeast Asian Games and this year, it will be hosted by the Philippines. From 30th November to 11th December, Manila, Clark and Subic will serve as hubs throughout the games. If you are planning to fly in for the SEAGames but have setbacks due to food restriction, fret not because we are here to list it down for you. These list of Halal eateries are those you can find in Manila, Clark as well and Subic. It will definitely leave you spoiled for choices! via GIPHY 1. Al Batra Restaurant & Coffee Shop Image Credit: Al Batro Restaurant & Coffee Shop on Facebook Al Batra Restaurant is located in the heart of Makati. It serves an authentic Mediterranean, Arabian and Indian cuisine. Apart from this, the restaurant also serves fresh seafood. Take note that this restaurant offers shisha.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 2nd floor, A.M Flores Building, Makati Avenue corner Constellation Street, Makati, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook 2. Pamanganan House of Malaysian Halal Foods Image Credit: Pamanganan House of Malaysian Halal Foods on FacebookPamanganan Restaurant is located in Manila Muslim Town. This is a place for you to dine at to get your craving for Malaysian food fixed, bringing you closer to home. Apart from that, you can also try their pizza with a variety of flavors to choose from.Halal Status: Halal menu served.Address: G/F Shaima 2 Hotel, 310-D Elizondo St., Quiapo ManilaOpening Hours: 8am – 11pmFacebook 3. Ababu Persian Kitchen Image Credit: Ababu Persian Kitchen on Facebook Ababu Persian Kitchen is another restaurant with few branches around the Philippines. It specialized in Middle Eastern and Persian cuisine, from Shawarma to Kebab and Hummus. The stated branch below is famous among students nearby as they can savor Persian cuisine without burning a hole in their pockets.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 75 Xavierville Ave. Loyola Heights Subd. QC, Quezon City, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 3am (Mon-Sat), 10am – 2am (Sun)Facebook   4. Martabak Cafe Image Credit: Martabak Cafe on Facebook Martabak Cafe is a halal restaurant located in the biggest mall in the Philippines. Getting its name from a Malay street food Murtabak, this restaurant serves Indon-Malay cuisines which will definitely cure you from being homesick.Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: Ground Floor, 131 North Parking Building, SM Mall of Asia,                Bay Boulevard 1308, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 10am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram 5. Kashmir Image Credit: Kashmir on Facebook Kashmir is the first Indian restaurant that was established in Manila. With almost 40 years in business, Kashmir has extended its branch throughout Manila. With their dishes ranging from meat overload to vegetarian, dining at Kashmir will let you experience the best of what Northern Indian cuisine has to offer.Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 816 Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City, The PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram  6. Gilak by Hossein Image Credit: Gilak by Hossein on Facebook Another successful eatery that you should check out is Gilak by Hossein. Serving you with an authentic Persian and Mediterranean cuisine, you will be satisfied by its Shawarma and Kebab.Halal status: Halal menu served.Address: 2/F Greenbelt 3, Makati Avenue, Ayala Center,                Makati, National Capital Region 1223Opening Hours: 11am – 12mnWebsite | FacebookThe list doesn't stop here. Check out these Halal eateries too when you are in Manila. More Restaurants You can Lookout For 1. The Chicken Rice Shop in Robinson’s Place, ManilaServes: MalaysianHalal status: HalalAddress: G/F, Space 304, Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil Cor. Adriatico Sts., Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 10am – 9:30pm (Sun – Thu), 10am – 10:30pm (Fri & Sat)Facebook2. Ziggurat in Makati CityServes: Indian, the Mediterranean, African, and the Middle EastHalal status: HalalAddress: Ground Floor Sunette Tower, Makati Ave Corner Durban St.Opening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook3. Potato CornerServes: SnacksHalal status: Halal ingredients usedAddress: Various locations around ManilaOpening Hours: Depends on the branchWebsite | Facebook | Instagram4. Hossein’s Persian KebabServes: Iranian, Arabian, Indian and MediterraneanHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 2nd Floor 7857 LKV Building, Makati Avenue, right across Burgos Street, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11am – 11pmWebsite | Facebook4. Dulang Restaurant in Ermita, ManilaServes: Malaysian, Tausug (an ethnic group of the Philippines, Malaysian and Indonesia)Halal status: Muslim-ownedAddress: 1313 M. Adriatico St. cor Padre Faura, Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 9am – 9pmFacebook5. Garuda PhilippinesServes: IndonesianHalal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 166 Salcedo Street Makati City, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmWebsite | Facebook | Instagram6. Mister KababServes: Middle Eastern and MediterraneanHalal status: Halal menu served.Address: 31 West Avenue, Del Monte, Quezon CityOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook7. Shawarma Snack Center ManilaServes: Middle easternHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 485 Salas St., Ermita, ManilaOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook8. Arya Persian Restaurant ManilaServes: Iranian and The MediterraneanHalal status: Halal ingredient used, alcohol is served.Address: Robinsons Place Manila, Level 1, Alfresco Wing, Ermita, Manila, 1000, Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 10am – 9pmWebsite | Facebook9. Feta MediterraneanServes: Turkish, Greek, MediterraneanHalal status: Halal meat used.Address: Ground Floor, Intrawest Center, 101 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan CityOpening Hours: 10am – 10pmFacebook10. El Prado at Berjaya Makati HotelServes: Local, Asian, InternationalHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 7835 Makati Avenue Corner Eduque Street, Makati City, Philippines 1209Opening Hours: 24 hoursWebsite11. Kabab & CurryServes: Indian and PakistaniHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 20 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 12mnWebsite12. Hummus Elijah MakatiServes: MediterraneanHalal Status: Vegetarian and HalalAddress: 7850 Makati Avenue, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 9am – 3amWebsite | Facebook13. Moud Halal RestaurantHalal status: Muslim-owned, Halal ingredients used.Address: 827 Globo de Oro Street, Quiapo, Manila, The PhilippinesOpening Hours: 11am – 10pmFacebook 14. Iza's Chicken CornerServes: WesternHalal Status: Halal menu served.Address: 873 P. Campa Street, Sampaloc, ManilaOpening Hours: 24 hoursFacebook15. The Marriott Cafe in Marriot Hotel ManilaHalal status: Halal menu available upon request.Address: Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay 1309, Metro Manila, PhilippinesOpening Hours: 6:30am – 10:30pmWebsite16. New Bombay RestaurantServes: Authentic Indian foodHalal status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: G/F, Glorietta 3, Ayala Center, Makati CityOpening Hours: 11am – 11pm17. Rehan Halal Food HubServes: ArabianHalal Status: Halal menu served.Address: Food Court, Lower Ground Floor, Theatre Mall, Greenhills Shopping Centre, Greenhills, San Juan CityOpening Hours: 10am – 10pm So there you have it, a list of Halal eateries in Manila. Now that food is settled, what are you waiting for? Get your plan started for a trip to Manila!...

  • Guide to Melbourne’s Magnificent Mosques

    Melbourne, located in the state of Victoria is Australia’s second most populous city. This leading finance, education, entertainment and culture hub is one of the most visited cities in the world. Located on Port Phillip; a large natural bay, Melbourne is home to the second busiest airport in Australia. It is also home to historic landmarks like the Queen Victoria Market and Fitzroy Gardens, world-renowned attractions like the Royal Botanic Gardens, the award winning Melbourne Aquarium, Luna Park, Eureka Tower and the Melbourne Zoo. Melbourne has so much to offer tourists, that staying just a couple of days is never enough. The city has a diverse and multicultural population and therefore is a melting pot of cultures and religions. Muslims visiting the wonderful city should be aware that they will definitely be able to find Muslim-friendly facilities, such as mosques and Halal restaurants in Melbourne. Muslim visitors from international destinations will be relieved to know that because Melbourne has a sizeable Muslim population, finding prayer areas in Melbourne will be quite easy. The city has numerous mosques and prayer areas and facilities, even ones at workplaces and university campuses. Some of the most prominent masjids in Melbourne are located in Doncaster, Broadmedows, Preston and Newport. There are however several other mosques in other parts of the city as well. The Preston Masjid, located in Preston on Cramer Street, is one well-known mosque. The Broadmeadows Mosque – on King Street in Broadmeadows, the Keysborough Mosque or the Keysborough Turkish Islamic Centre - Greens Road in Keysborough, the Meadow Heights Mosque – in Hudson Circuit, Meadow Heights, the Sunshine Mosque or the Australia Light Foundation - on Sunshine Road in Tottenham and the Thomastown Mosque or the Thomastown Turkish Islamic & Educational Society – on Station Street in Thomastown are other prominent mosques in Melbourne. Muslim visitors to Melbourne could also use the facilities available at the Monash University Mosque, Brunswick Islamic Centre, Islamic Centre of Australia, IISNA Mosque, Newport Islamic Society, Cyprus Turkish Islamic Community, Hume Islamic Youth Centre, Surau Kita, Masjid Khaled bin Alwaleed, Coburg Mosque, Cambellfield Mosque, Dandenong Mosque, Doncaster Mosque, Melbourne West Mosque, Deer Park Mosque, Afghan Mosque of Victoria and Footscray West Mosque, among several others.   Most of the mosques mentioned above also have prayer facilities for women. Even better news for tourists is that there are also prayer facilities for Muslim men and women at the Melbourne Airport. All of the above mentioned mosques, as well as the ones that have not been mentioned make every Muslim visitors visit to Melbourne a whole lot easier. The wide availability of prayer facilities in Melbourne allows tourists to do what their hearts desire, as there is no need to plan the day’s activities around prayer times. Melbourne also has quite a number of amazing Halal restaurants. These restaurants are located all over the city and its suburbs. King Indian Café, Sawasdee Thai Restaurant, Nelayan Indonesian Restaurant, Flamingo's Halal Pizza & Pasta, Little Malaysia, Bismi Restaurant, Minang Restaurant, Fiesta Mexican Restaurant, Kassem's Charcoal Chicken, Aydin Take Away, Golden Terrace Restaurant, Central Kebab House, Tandoori Nights and Tiba's Lebanese Restaurant are just a few of the many restaurants which serve Halal food in Melbourne. Muslims visiting the city therefore have absolutely nothing to worry about when it comes to finding Halal food and prayer facilities in Melbourne....



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