No information about this place
Sheaveshill Parade, 7 Sheaveshill Ave, London NW9 6RS, UK
English, Urdu, Arabic, Farsi
Five daily prayers , Jumu'ah prayers
197,West Hendon Broadway.NW9-7DE .London, 06320 London, United Kingdom
London is a great city if you're in search for Halal Food at any time of the year. Halal snacks, budget meals, quick dessert stops, the options are endless if you know where to go. Here, I'll tell you exactly where to go to experience the fully lit, bustling streets of halal cafes to delicious restaurants and great food spots. 1. Saffron’s Kitchen Picture Credit: Facebook, Saffron Kitchen Although quite secluded, the Baltese, Asian and Indian restaurant is an amazing choice that will require reservations and plans to save a spot. The food is so delicious that it’s hard to ever find the restaurant empty, with the packed tables, comes the bustling ambience that really reminds you of being in a Muslim country. The Main Menu, drinks menu and dessert Menu out-do most places as your spoilt for choice from vegetarian options, unique experimental dishes with great flavours and a wide array of sweet dishes. Whilst you wait for your meal you can even go pray in the prayer room. What are you waiting for? Saffron’s kitchen has it all. Address: Saffron Kitchen, 300. Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, London, E10 7LDOpening hours: 5PM to 11PM (Mondays to Sundays)Website: saffronkitchen.co.ukClosest prayer place: Prayer room in the restaurant and Masjid Tawhid, Leyton. Facebook 2. Melur Restaurant Picture Credit: Facebook, Melur London Melur Restaurant is a traditional Indonesian and Malaysian restaurant with big dishes at low prices. The house specialties include the Singapore Laksa, Nasi Lemak and a selection of all sorts of exotic curries with various influences. the restaurant is ideal for gatherings with families or friends. The food is the perfect mix of comfort and nutritional value. The Halal restaurant also has a prayer place and an opportunity to reserve the area. Go on spoil yourself with refreshing but flavoured delights that will fuel you for the rest of your day. Address: 175a Edgware Road, London W2 1ETOpening hours: 12PM to 11PM (Mondays to Sundays)Website: www.melurlondon.co.ukClosest prayer place: Masjid Salahuddin and London Central Mosque Facebook 3. Al Arez Picture Credit: Website, Al Arez Al Arez spoils you for choice, with more than one restaurant along Edgware road as well as a cafe all around the beautiful Lebanese cuisine. Simply choose for a whole array of beans, chickpeas, spiced potatoes, tender meat, warm soups, refreshing salads and a whole lot more. Then once you're finished, move along to get some traditional baklava and a cup of Arabic coffee to cleanse your palette. Considered as one of the best Lebanese restaurants in the UK, Al Arez never disappoints. The liveliness of Edgware road, the outdoor cafe seatings and restaurant chairs and tables will transport you to Eastern cities open all night long. Address: 101 Edgware Road, London W2 2DZ (Al Arez I) / 103 Edgware Road (Al Arez Cafe)Opening hours: 10AM to 11.30PM / Cafe: 9AM to 1AM (Mondays to Sundays)Website: www.alarez.co.ukClosest prayer place: Masjid Salahuddin and London Central Mosque 4. Woks Cooking Halal Chinese Restaurant It’s not as easy to find Halal Chinese cooking on a level that is authentic but New Wok’s cooking brings you authentic Chinese cuisine. The menu offers a great variety of noodle dishes, rice dishes, Thai dishes. If you can’t make up your mind, then personalized recommendations can be made. Not to forget the set meals available to share. From Prawns to duck, dinner at New Wok is an experience within itself, moving away from what is generally available in the Halal restaurant market in London but reassuring you with immense flavour and choice. Address: 1453 London Road | Norbury, London SW16 4AQ, EnglandOpening hours: 3PM to 11PM (Mondays to Fridays) 1PM to 11PM (Saturdays & Sundays)Website: www.newwoks.comClosest prayer place: Norbury Muslim Centre, Streatham Hill Masjid 5. Spice Village Picture Credit: Facebook, Spice Village Restaurant One of my personal favourites and a restaurant that has evolved over the years, so much so it is reputed amongst Muslims and Non- Muslims. Ideally located on Tooting high street, the Ramadan ambiance can truly be felt outside on the street as well as inside the restaurants bustling luxurious exterior. With all the classic Asian dishes as well as more elaborate meals, if Spice village can cater for Hilton hotels, Newbury racecourse and Marriott Resorts, it will definitely not disappoint you. In addition to their grand repertoire, a sign that a restaurant serves authentic delicious food is confirmed when the restaurant is filled with people from the country. Address: 32 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17 7PDOpening hours: 12PM to 12AM (Saturdays to Thursdays) 2PM to 12AM (Fridays)Website: www.spicevillage.co.ukClosest prayer place: Tooting Islamic Centre, Gatton Mosque Facebook...
A dream destination for many, London for long has been attracting visitors from across the world. The city is immersed in antiquity and wherever you go there is something eye-catching to see. Here is a weekend itinerary to get you the best on a two-day stay in London Itinerary Day 1: After Fajr: Early Morning to Mid- Day Destinations 1. Trafalgar Square: See Nelson’s Column, National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery. The National Gallery opens at 10AM and you can spend about an hour here. 2. Parliament Square: At the end of the Whitehall is the Big Ben and Houses of Parliament. Mosques (masjid): Mayfair Islamic Centre and Baitul Aziz Islamic Cultural Place are the closest. Halal Restaurants: Halal Restaurant (Kebabs) at Edgware Rd, Cafe Nouf (Lebanese cuisine) at Lower Grosvenor. Afternoon: Afternoon to Evening Destinations 1. Buckingham Palace: The official residence of the Queen. 2. Wellington Arch: Walk up the Constitution Hill to the Wellington Arch. 3. Natural History Museum: Houses several specimens ranging from prehistoric past to present day. Takes about an hour. Mosques (masjid): Mayfair Islamic Centre and Islamic Cultural Centre at Park Road. Halal Restaurants: Holiday Villa (Malaysian cuisine), Café Nouf, Halal Restaurant at Queensway. Evening: Evening Destinations and Dining Options 1. Science Museum: Spans over 3 floors, last entry is at 5:30PM. Takes about 1-2 hours. 2. Kensington Gardens: Take a short stroll around Round Lake and Kensington Palace. Mosques (masjid): The Islamic Cultural Centre at Park Road, Mayfair Islamic Centre. Halal Restaurants: Khan’s Restaurant at Westbourne Grove, Halal Restaurant at Queensway, Day 2: After Fajr: Early Morning to Mid- Day Destinations 1. Strand: Walk down to see the Somerset House, St. Clement Danes, Royal Courts of Justice and the Temple Bar, which was the old entrance to the city. 2. Tower of London: A World Heritage Site has a museum. Can take about 2 hours. Mosques (masjid): London Muslim Centre, Brick Lane Jame Masjid, Suleymaniye Masjid. Halal Restaurants: Halal Restaurant at St. Mark’s Street, Baraka Eatery at Whitechapel Rd. Afternoon: Afternoon to Evening Destinations. 1. Tower Bridge: Cross it to reach the other bank of the Thames River and get views of City Hall, HMS Belfast and Southwark Cathedral. 2. Tate Modern Art Gallery: Amazing artwork. Visit can last for about an hour and a half. Mosques (masjid): London Muslim Centre. Halal Restaurants: Halal Kebab Shop at the Old Kent Road. Evening: Evening Destinations and Dining Options 1. London Eye: Among the largest observation wheels in the world. 2. Oxford Street: Variety of shopping opportunities. Mosques (masjid): Islamic Centre at Berwick St, Euston Mosque at North Gower Street. Halal Restaurants: Cocochan on James Street, Halal Restaurant at Edgware Rd. and St. Mark’s Street. Miscellaneous: The Royal Parks of London are excellent to walk around. Start at the Paddington station, and walk towards the Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park and St James Park. It can take almost half a day to walk around the parks. Restaurants: Halal restaurants are available around Whitechapel Rd and Brick Lane in East End, Bayswater, Edgware Rd and Paddington and several parts of north London. Souvenirs: Tea accessories, placemats, foodstuff and antique maps. Oxford Street and Regent Street are the main shopping destinations. Transportation: Public transportation system tubes, trams and buses. Boats, taxis and cars are also good choices. Travelling on foot is also a good option. ...