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  • Uniquely Themed Restaurants in Chennai

    Chennai is a haven for Halal foodies because you can find all kinds of delicious Halal food in this city. From the run-down street food cart to dining like royalty, you can experience it all. It's not difficult to locate Muslim-friendly restaurants in Chennai, because there's one every few steps you take! More about food in Chennai Book a Halal Hotel in Chennai While you'll find the more traditional-style eateries and restaurants pretty widely, you can also dine at some of the more uniquely themed restaurants and cafes in Chennai. Coming across such places that also serve Halal food is a bit of a challenge, but that doesn't mean it's impossible! Here are some of the most popular Halal Restaurants in Chennai for a unique experience. Note: None of these restaurants are Halal-certified. Some of them are purely vegetarian and do not sell alcohol, and others have assured us they only use Halal ingredients (and also do not serve alcohol). Please verify them personally if you visit.   1. Animal Kingdom Picture Credit - Animal Kingdom is one of the most uniquely-themed restaurants in Chennai. Walking into the restaurant, you'll be greeted by an electric dinosaur, and be seated in tables surrounded by trees and animals. While you won't see any live animals, you'll see plenty of fake ones all around you – everything from dinosaurs and tigers to birds and reptiles. This restaurant only serves buffets, and is pretty convenient if you are visiting in large groups. You can get unlimited starters to your table, and then have a cruise along the buffet line of mains, Indian bread, continental dishes, desserts, and more. Their Indian dishes are top notch! This is also one of the more economical buffet restaurants in the city. Cuisine: North & South Indian, Chinese, Thai, & ContinentalAddress: 43, 1st Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600020.Opening Hours: 12 noon 11:30 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 1,100 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: 044 4218 7222 Website: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram   2. The Waterfall Picture credit - If you're looking for someplace that is out of the ordinary, but still classy, The Waterfall is a great option for you. This unique restaurant is decorated to look like the inside of a cave, with rocky walls and greenery peeking out here and there. And, oh, did we forget to mention the actual 20 foot high waterfall inside the restaurant? They serve delicious Indian food and Chinese food; we'd recommend trying their tandoori and Indian bread dishes. The staff are also friendly and courteous. Dim lighting, the soothing sounds of the waterfall, and not to mention the delicious food makes this one of the most romantic restaurants in Chennai to take your husband/wife to! Cuisine: North & South Indian, ChineseAddress: Address: 18, LV Prasad Road, Dhanalakshmi Colony, Vadapalani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600026.Opening Hours: 12 noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM To 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 800 for two peopleReservation: Not necessaryContact: 044 2362 4488Website: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram   3. Robot Picture Credit - This unique-restaurant isn't just robot-themed, but uses actual robots as servers. Not only is it India's first ever restaurant of the kind, we'd say there are only a few all around the world, so it's definitely something you shouldn't miss out on your Halal tour to India. Once you're seated at the restaurant, you'll have to place your orders on a tablet available on your table. All you have to do then is just sit back, relax, and watch the mechanical servers do their job! They serve Chinese and Thai dishes, and don't forget to try their momos! Cuisine: Chinese, ThaiAddress: Kamaraj Nagar, Semmancheri, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600119.Opening Hours: 12 noon to 3 PM, 7 PM To 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 1,000 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: +91 9842883223Website:  Facebook | Instagram | YouTube   4. Kaidi Kitchen Picture Credit - As good, law-abiding citizens, none of us are probably planning on seeing the inside of a prison in our lifetimes, but it might be fun to experience this certainly unique restaurant! “Kaidi” is the Tamil word for prisoner, making it an apt name for a prison-themed restaurant. The tables are situated behind bars, and the workers dressed as prison wardens and prisoners! This restaurant serves only vegetarian food, but you probably won't miss the meat. Some of their most popular dishes include spaghetti carbonara, enchiladas, sweet corn soup, and chocolate fondue for dessert! You can also choose to go for the weekend buffets to try a wider range of items. While the food is a little bit on the pricier side, it won't break your bank, and we think it's worth the novelty of the experience. Cuisine: North Indian, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, & ThaiAddress: Next to St. Ebbas School, 20/3, Bishop Wallers Avenue East, CIT Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004.Opening Hours: 12 noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM To 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 1,500 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: 044 4200 9701Website:    5. Dialogue in the Dark Picture Credit - Dialogue in the Dark is a restaurant that has about 150 centers in 40 countries around the world. In India, you can find them in Hyderabad, and of course, Chennai! It's one of the most unique dining experiences in the world, and definitely one you cannot miss when you travel around India. While most themed restaurants rely on décor and things that are very visual, Dialogue in the Dark brings forward a concept of the exact opposite. You'll have a meal in the pitch darkness, and the aim is to heighten the rest of your senses as your sight is deprived. You can choose between a vegetarian, or non-vegetarian set menu, and will be guided through a blind tour and meal. There's also a twist at the end that will surely make you appreciate the entire experience a lot more! Cuisine: North IndianAddress: S30, Third floor, Express Avenue Mall, Express Estate, Club House Road, Royapettah, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600008.Opening Hours: 11 AM to 10 PMPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 800 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: 044 2846 4870Website:  Facebook | Twitter | YouTube   6. Arab Street Picture Credit - While you might come across quite a few restaurants serving Arabian dishes in Chennai, they might not be the most authentic. At Arab Street, not only is the food delicious and authentic, the décor also makes you feel like you're in a royal Middle Eastern palace with themes of blue and accents of gold. Listen to soothing Arabian tunes as you fill your tummies with mouthwatering Arabian food like manakish, Yemeni Mandi rice, meats, dips, desserts, and more. They also have an Indian menu and Italian dishes as well. It might seem like an eclectic mix, but somehow, it works! Cuisine: Arabian, Indian, & ItalianAddress: No 16/1, 4th Avenue Ashok Nagar Main Road, Kodambakam, Dr. Subbaraya nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600083.Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs. 800 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: 044 33011691Website: Facebook | Twitter   7. The Miner Diner Picture Credit - The Miner Diner is one of the coolest themed Halal restaurants in Chennai, and definitely a must visit if you're craving some good quality Western food. The place is a bit small, but that just adds to the whole feel of it. As you might have guessed from the name, it is mining themed. As for the food, they have a range of dishes from sandwiches and salads, to pastas, pizzas, burgers, desserts and more. You cannot go wrong with any choice, but make sure to try their innovative waffle dishes like the pizza waffle. Cuisine: ContinentalAddress: 31, Anderson Rd, Thousand Lights West, Thousand Lights, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600006.Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 800 for two peopleReservation: Not necessaryContact: 044 3301164 Facebook   8. The Rock Picture Credit - The Rock is another jungle-themed restaurant in Chennai, pretty similar to Animal Kingdom. It is also decorated with animals on the wall and plenty of greenery. As another restaurant in Chennai known for their buffets, they provide good value for money as you can eat as much as you want and sample a wide range of dishes for a pretty reasonable price. It is one of the most budget-friendly buffet restaurants in Chennai, but you can also order from their a-la-carte menu. The Rock is available in two locations in the city. Cuisine: North & South Indian, Chinese, ThaiAddress: 163/164, LB Road, Adyar, Chennai.Opening Hours: 11:45 AM to 3:30 PM, 6:30 PM to 11:15 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 800 for two peopleReservation: RecommendedContact: +91 8754444890   9. Fully Local Picture Credit - Fully Local doesn't play around with crazy décor or fancy dishes, they've got one thing in mind: to give you the most authentic Indian eating experience possible! This includes sitting on mish-mashed chairs, crazy colorful walls and interesting artwork, and of course, the most delicious, authentic Indian food! The difference between Fully Local and a street-side shop is that here, it's much more convenient and a great modern-ish place to hang out with friends and family (and it's air-conditioned, which is always a plus in Chennai's sweltering heat). For some delicious fare, try their gol gappe shots, pani puri, authentic paneer tikka, or achaari. Cuisine: North & South Indian, Street FoodAddress: Doctor Radha Krishnan Salai, 8th St, Jagadambal colony, Dwarka Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004.Opening Hours: 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM – Monday to Saturday, 9:30 AM to 11:30 PM - Sunday Price/Price Range: approx. Rs 800 for two peopleReservation: Not necessaryContact: 044 3020566 Facebook   10. House #22 Picture Credit -   Set in a literal mansion, House #22 is definitely not your ordinary cafe! Previously owned by an Anglo-Indian couple, this 150-year old mansion was transformed into what it's owner Ksheer Vasudha Kumar describes as an “interactive experience”. This unique cafe in Chennaiis decorated in shades of mango yellow and furnished with classy tables and chairs. It gives off a calm and soothing vibe, which is hard to come by in such a densely populated and bustling city like Chennai. They serve a variety of Italian and Continental dishes, and you should definitely try their pizzas and pastas. The premises consist of a cafe, a boutique and a picturesque event deck, so make sure to check them all out if you do visit. Cuisine: Italian, ContinentalAddress: 1/38, North Parade Road, Chakrapani Colony, St Thomas Mount, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600016.Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM - EverydayPrice/Price Range: approx. Rs 1,000 for two peopleReservation: Not necessaryContact: 044 33011547Website:  Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Pinterest   Find a Halal Restaurant near me in Chennai Find a Mosque near me in Chennai...

  • 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 - 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: Facebook | Instagram   2. Nasi Lemak House Picture credit - 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: Facebook | Instagram   3. Gazi Picture Credit - 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: Facebook   4. Moroccan Soup Bar Picture Credit - 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: Facebook   5. Biryani House Picture Credit - 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: Facebook   6. Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven Picture Credit - 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:   7. Zikrayat Lebanese Cuisine Picture credit - 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: 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...

  • Getting Married? - Who To Contact For Nikah services

    What Is The Meaning of Nikkah? Picture Credit -   Nikkah is the Islamic marriage ceremony that occurs between a Muslim man and Muslim woman, combining their lives as partners going forward. It is a personal contract as well as a social announcement of such a contract. Getting married is said to “complete half of somebody's deen” and is an act that is strongly encouraged by Qur'an and Sunnah. "And one of His signs is that He has created for you, spouses from amongst yourselves so that you might take comfort in them and He has placed between you, love and mercy. In this, there is surely evidence (of the truth) for the people who carefully think." - [Al-Qur'an: Surah 30, Verse 21] The Prophet Muhammed (saw) said: “Marriage is my Sunnah. Whosoever keeps away from it is not from me.” - [Sahih-Al-Bukhari]   Steps to Getting Married in Islam   The stages of a Muslim Nikah ceremony are as follows:   1. Consideration Picture Credit - This is the first step of a Muslim wedding. Usually, the elders in the family will seek a suitable partner for their children through friends, family, or marriage consultants. The proposal for marriage is then sent to either the bride or the groom's parents. Alternatively, a young man may approach the father or guardian (wali) of the woman he wishes to marry and ask for her hand.   “A woman may be married for 4 reasons: for her property, her family status, her beauty and her piousness in religion, blessed are those that marry her because of her deen (piousness).” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari & Sahih-al-Muslim]   Note: There is no intermingling of two non-mahrams or “dating” allowed before getting married. The bride and the groom are however allowed to meet and talk in a controlled setting with a mahram (father/brother/guardian) present.   2. Consent Picture Credit - The sought out party will then accept the proposal after receiving consent from the man/woman who is to get married. This is a very important step as there is no moving forward if there is no consent. Any conditions/ terms of marriage must be agreed upon before moving further as well (e.g. moving to another country after marriage, etc.)   Khansa bint Khidam Al-Ansariya narrated that her father gave her in marriage when she was a matron and she disliked that marriage. So she went to Allah's Apostle and he declared that marriage invalid. - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   3. Nikah Picture Credit -   Then comes Nikah, which is the actual ceremony of marriage. There are few things that are involved in the Nikah being valid. They are:   - Mahr: The groom must present the bride with “mahr”, a marriage gift or dower. It may be in the form of money, jewellery, or other things of value, or even a simple act. There is no specified amount or description for mahr, it depends on different people and their cultures. Mahr may be paid upfront, promised at a later date, or a combination of both.   “And give the women (on marriage) their dowry as a free gift; but if they, of their own good pleasure, remit any part of it to you, take it and enjoy it with right good cheer.” - [Qur'an 4:4]   Sahl bin Sad (rali) narrated that the Prophet (saw) said to a man, "Marry, even with (a Mahr equal to) an iron ring." - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   - Ijab-o-Qubool: Then comes “Ijab” expressing the willingness to get married and “qubool” acceptance of the offer. Qubool is usually granted by the wali on behalf of the bride. A written contract (Aqd-Nikah) is then signed by the bride, groom, and two witnesses of sane mind (two males, or one male and two females). The wali must also be present, otherwise, the marriage is invalid.   - Khutbah: The Imam (or any other knowledgeable Muslim) will then address the people gathered at the Nikah ceremony and the bride and groom with a sermon, most often about Islamic marriages and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (saw).   4. Waleema Picture Credit -   Once the Nikah is over, a wedding banquet called the “walima” is held by the groom. One of the main purposes of a walima is to let the community know that a marriage has taken place between two people, this is important as secret marriages are discouraged and a marriage is only said to be valid if it is made known.   The other purpose of a waleema is to celebrate with friends, family and loved ones. It is also very important that the poor people of the community are invited to the banquet along with everyone else. It is better when the ceremony isn't extravagant or wasteful, as the Prophet (saw) has said:   “The most blessed nikah is the one with the least expenses.” - [Al-Bayhaqi]   He (saw) also said: “The worst food is that of a wedding banquet (walima) to which only the rich are invited whilst the poor are not invited. And he who refuses an invitation (to a banquet) disobeys Allah and His Messenger (saw).” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   Narrated by Anas: “The Prophet did not give a better wedding banquet on the occasion of marrying any of his wives than the one he gave on marrying Zainab, and that banquet was with (consisted of) one sheep.” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   Where to Find Nikah Services Picture Credit -   There are many agencies around the world that provide Nikah services. Think of them as a matchmaking platform, only that these Muslim wedding services are completely Halal. Some of them exist purely offline, but most are taking their platforms online to keep up with the modern world. Of course, the process will depend on the particular country and the particular agency (even though the process of Nikah is well defined and exact, the process of finding a partner is not).   There are many places that offer Nikah services that do not include the process of finding a match but do guide you through everything else, i.e. registration, overseeing of the ceremony, etc. If you are unsure of where to go for Nikah services in your country, your closest mosque would be the best bet. Even if they themselves do not provide such services, they will be able to direct you to those who do.   Here are some places where you can find Nikah services and other useful information in a few countries around the world:   Singapore   Sultan Mosque (65) 6293 4405 / 6293 4043   Masjid Al-Islah 6312 5174   Online:   Registration of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) – Singapore Government   Nakkahwin - Malay Muslim Marriage Portal   WannaGetMarried – Chinese, Indian, and Western Marriage Portal   Malaysia   Masjid Wilayah 03-6201 8791/8767/8780   Online:   SingleMuslim   Find Your Muslim Partner   Indonesia   Masjid Agung Sunda Kelapa (Jakarta) +62 21 31934261   Istiqlal Mosque (Jakarta) +62 21 3811708   Sri Lanka   Wekanda Jumma Masjid (Colombo) 011 2320355   Online:   Sri Lanka Nikah Service   Nikah Lanka   India   Kathija Nikah Muslim Matrimony Services (Chennai) +91 9941697533 / 9941697956   Marriage Solutions (Delhi) 9868219296   Nikah Qubool (Bangalore) +(91)-80-23536177   Nikah Matrimonial Service (Mumbai) +(91)-22-23742687   Humsafar Marriage Bureau (Kolkata) +91 97484 33019   Hyderabad Nikah (Hyderabad) +91 1800 121 4787   Online:   Nikah In Kerala   Nikahnamah – Muslim Matrimonial   Rishta Matrimonial   Register Marriage   Taqwa Marriage   United Kingdom   Al-Ihsan Marriage Service (London) +44 20 7650 3026   Swansea Mosque and Islamic Community Center (Wales)   London Central Mosque (London) +44 20 7724 3363   Birmingham Central Mosque (Birmingham) +44 121 440 5355   Epsom and Ewell Islamic Society (EEIS) (Surrey) 01372 210 828   Leeds Grand Mosque (Leeds) 01132468789   Online:   Nikah Services   The United States of America   Frisco Masjid, Inc. (Dallas) (469) 252-4532   EPIC Islamic Center (Texas) 214 7443 786   Jamaat Ibad-ar-Rahman (North Carolina) (919) 683-5593   New York Qazi Office (New York) (718) 864-4803   Islamic Institute of Boston (Boston) 617-365-7427   IMAN Center (Washington) (206) 202-IMAN (4626)   Taqwa Islamic Center (California) (510) 894-4684   Canada   Masjid Bilal – Muslim Society of Cumberland (Ontario) (613) 841-0786   Winnipeg Central Mosque (Manitoba) (204) 783-6797   Australia   Auburn Gallipoli Mosque (New South Wales) +61 2 9646 5972   Hisham Obeid (Perth) 041 888 1321   Islamic Society of South Australia (Adelaide)   Mustafa Arja - Authorised Islamic and Civil Marriage Celebrant (Sydney) 0405 664 402   Worldwide– Online   Worldwide Islamic Marriage Bureau   Muslim Matrimonials   Muslim Nikah Services   Nikah Explorer   Way To Nikah  ...

  • 5 Places to enjoy Halal Dum Biryani in Singapore

    What are the best places for Halal dum biryani in Singapore? While there is no shortage of amazing places to find different types of Halal dum biryani in Singapore, there are some places that have still remained popular for many years. Dum biryani is said to have originated from North India and is prepared in a unique method. First the meat is marinated with spices overnight and then soaked in yoghurt, after which it will covered with basmati rice. The cooking vessel will then be sealed with dough to lock in the steam and be placed over steaming coals. Listed below are places where you can enjoy some of the best biryanis in Singapore. 1. Halal dum biryani at Bismillah Biryani - Dunlop Street A great place for Halal dum biryani, it is no surprise that Bismillah Biryani won a Bib Gourmand award and is on the Singapore 2016 Michelin Guide. They also made an appearance on Anthony Bourdain’s Show “No Reservations”. This place has been the to go-to spot for locals to sample the most authentic dum briyani in Singapore, and has also become popular among tourists as well. With rich spicy flavours, and fluffy biryani rice, some of their signature dishes of course include the dum biryani of which there are three types - fish, chicken or mutton. Unlike most places, gravy is not served with the rice. 2. Halal dum biryani at Zam Zam - North Bridge Road Zam Zam is one the oldest restaurants that offers Halal dum biryani in Singapore and has been around since 1908 and is still being run by the same family. With decades of experience, Zam Zam’s Hyderabadi dum biryani is still considered as one of the best biryanis in Singapore. Chicken, fish, mutton and vegetable dum biryani are the choices that are available with large portions and fragrant rice. 3. Halal dum biryani at Kinara - Boat Quay    Kinara at Boat Quay which has been in business for more than 20 years, is not only in a great location but also serves up some of the best Halal dum biryanis in Singapore. There are four types of excellent dum biryanis to choose from – Lucknowi (chicken), Hyderabadi(lamb), Jheenga(prawn) and Subz(vegetarian) biryani. These biryanis would not be complete without some great curries and tandoori dishes of which there are several to choose from. 4. Halal dum biryani at Islamic Restaurant - North Bridge Road At Islamic Restaurant, customers will find that they have both the best affordable Halal dum biryanis and some of the most authentic dum briyani in Singapore. Chicken, fish, mutton and prawn dum biryani can be selected from their menu with some excellent side dishes to compliment the meal. As one of the oldest restaurant in Singapore, they have an excellent reputation among the locals and tourists as well for authentic food in an authentic environment. 5. Halal dum biryani at Leeds Restaurant - Buffalo Road Leeds Restaurant was previously known as the Blue Diamond Restaurant and had already made its name as a great place to get some Halal dum biryani. Customers can make their choices from chicken, fish, mutton and even prawn dum biryani which will be bursting with flavour and fragrant rice.  Click here for more information on Singapore and where to find Halal food  ...

  • A Culinary Journey Around India

    Loved world-over for its rich spices, flavour and aromas, Indian cuisine encompasses a wide range of regional dishes that are native to the country. India's food is a true reflection of its culture and tradition, bearing influences of the country's 5,000-year history of various groups and cultures. This article provides a look at popular dishes across the country and how they differ across regions. A prominent and popular component of Indian cuisine is Tandoori Chicken. The dish features roasted chicken – typically prepared in a clay oven known as a tandoor – marinated with yoghurt, spices and chilis. The colour of the chilis and turmeric give the dish its bright fiery red hue that it is known for, while cooking it over charcoal or wood gives the dish its distinct smoky flavour. Tandoori Chicken is now a dish savoured not only in India, but around the world – particularly in South Asia, the Middle East and Western countries. Alu Gobi is another popular dish that has many variations but typically comprises cauliflowers and potatoes cooked with a range of Indian spices. The turmeric used in the dish gives it a bright yellow colour while other ingredients in the dish such as curry leaves, cumin, garlic and ginger produce a myriad of flavours and aromas that are truly a delight for the senses. A popular vegetarian North Indian dish, Palak Paneer is a spinach-based dish that can be eaten with bread, roti, naan or rice. The dish comprises a thick spinach sauce made with puréed spinach and a type of fresh, moist cheese known as paneer, seasoned with a rage of spices, garlic and garam masala. Biryani is one of the most-loved dishes across South Asia – featuring mixed rice, meat/vegetables and spices. There are many variations of the dish across the continent and it also differs greatly based on the ingredients used – particularly the type of meat. Several variations of biryani exist within India itself and include Hyderabadi biryani, Bombay biryani, Lucknowi biryani, Thalassery biryani, Calcutta biryani and so on. Chapatis, dosa and idli are other staple components of Indian cuisine. Every Indian dish brings out an intensely distinct flavour and texture that have captivated many around the world over the years.   ...

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