5 Amazing Halal Restaurants In Paris

By Sakina Kamrudeen | 31, Oct, 2017
5 Amazing Halal Restaurants In Paris

Planning a trip to Paris? Wonder where to find Halal restaurants in Paris in-between all that sightseeing? Well, don’t fret, there is an abundance of restaurants and cafes that serve Halal food and drinks. Some of them are romantic and the perfect place for dinner with your partner, while others are reasonably priced cafes which are child and family friendly. While Paris offers many choices in Halal Arabic, Lebanese, Turkish and Indian cuisine among others – try Chez le Libanais, Mount Everest, Jaipur Café, New Jawad, Chez Marc, Chez Jaafar, Elysees Ottoman, Pizza Grill Istanbul, etc., - there are a few authentic French cuisine Halal restaurants that must be sampled. To dine like a Parisian, try these Halal Friendly restaurants in Paris, France. They are in close proximity to the Eiffel TowerLouvre Museum and Champs Elysées.

So, let’s find out what these cafés and restaurants offer us in terms of Muslim-friendly food in France

 

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1.Le Petit Gourmet | Rue Du Faubourg Montmartre

 

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Located in the heart of Paris, this Halal restaurant has been serving dishes made with Halal meats and fresh produce since 2005. The menu is extensive with a range of entrées, soups, omelettes, breakfast dishes, salads, pastries, pasta, garnished dishes, grills and desserts.

The restaurant’s warm and friendly atmosphere allows for a relaxed meal for couples, groups and even children.

With an average à la carte price of approximately €18 to €20 based on a two-course meal excluding drinks, this is an ideal place for a relatively cheap meal in Paris. Open from 11:30 am to midnight every day except on Sunday, Le Petit Gourmet offers Muslim travellers a reliable Halal French cuisine experience. 

 


Address: 39 Rue Du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009, Paris

 

2. Le Confidentiel | Rue Robert Estienne

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Located within the golden triangle of Paris in Champs Elysées, this restaurant offers visitors a warm and cosy atmosphere suitable for couples, families, groups and those conducting business. With a menu offering Halal food, many consider Le Confidentiel to be one of the best Halal restaurants in Paris.

A specialty of Le Confidentiel is its brunch which starts at 11:00 am and offers an assortment of pancakes, waffles, Nutella and jam, mini-pastries, egg Bénédicte bacon or salmon accompanied by orange juice and a hot drink. Then a choice of a quiche gourmand or the famous chef Burger served with potatoes or green salad. This is followed by dessert - Brioche toast and a white cheese with Acacia honey or fruit marmalade. All this for the price of €30.

Open from Monday to Thursday from 7:30 pm to 12:00 pm, and Friday to Sunday from 7:30 pm to 2 am, it is best to make a reservation to ensure you can be accommodated. 


Address: 6 Rue Robert Estienne, 75008 Paris

 

3. Les Grands Enfants | Boulevard De Charonne

 

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Located in the district of Nation, Les Grands Enfants has become a trendy French cuisine restaurant from when it started as Les Enfants Terribles 10 years ago. With a warm and casual atmosphere suitable for all diverse groups of travellers, this restaurant is considered the Halal kitchen of the Southwest with French cuisine that adapts to the seasons.

Known for its South West specialities of homemade foie gras or duck breast, this restaurant offers a wide-ranging menu of starters, main dishes consisting of grills and cooked dishes, an assortment of dishes made from fish, desserts and ice creams, mocktails and other non-alcoholic beverages.

Open only for dinner from Sunday to Thursday from 7.30 pm to 11.30 pm and Friday to Saturday from 7: 30 pm to 01:00 am. The average à la carte price is approximately €32 based on a two-course meal excluding drinks. The Les Grands Enfants is located near to the Alexandre Dumas Metro. To ensure a seating, reservations can be made. 


Address : 160 Boulevard De Charonne ,75020 Paris

 

 

4. LE 1818 | Rue Des Sontay

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Located just around the corner from the Place Victor Hugo in the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, LE 1818 named after the year of publication of the first novel by Victor Hugo has a chic atmosphere with a metallic outlook.

With an extensive and specialist Halal food menu, the restaurant is recommended for its Cream of cauliflower with Espelette pepper, tartare of beef and homemade fries, salmon paving with two crunchy asparagus, chocolate sphere, pineapple soup, and lime sorbet. Another must-try is its famous Sunday brunch that serves a hot drink of your choice, a pressed juice, mini cakes, cupcakes and other little pastries, a plate of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon toast, with a small salad & bacon beef, a second plate of organic duo mini burger and homemade fries, or warm goat cheese salad and figs, Fruit skewers and homemade desserts that include chocolate fondant, homemade pies, strawberries, pistachios and much more.

The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 11:00 am to 03:00 pm and 07:00 pm to 01:00 am, on Saturday from 07:00 pm to 2:00 am, and on Sunday from 07:00 pm to 01:00 am. Sunday brunch is from 12:00 pm to 05:00 pm, with two services being offered from

11:00 am to 2:00 pm (the table must be vacated at 2:00 pm) and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (the table must be released at 5:00 pm).

The average à la carte price is approximately €25 based on a two-course meal excluding drinks, and the Sunday Brunch is charged at €29. 



Address: 2 Rue De Sontay 75016 Paris

 

 

5. Le Crystal Paris | Rue Des Acacias

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Le Crystal Paris is located a short distance from the Étoile, the Champs-Élysées and La Défenseon. Considered a gourmet French cuisine restaurant it offers diners an extraordinary Halal food experience in Paris.

The restaurant is somewhat pricey with an average à la carte price is approximately €50 based on a two-course meal excluding drinks. However, with a reputed chef and meals appropriate for both business and family, the Le Crystal Paris is also able to organize events and special celebrations, with a classic French Halal food menu that comprises of starters, main course and desserts; and a seating capacity of 45 places.

Open only for dinner, the Le Crystal Paris offers patrons an unforgettable Halal dining experience. Opening times are from 07:00 pm to 11.30 pm (on reservation only) from Monday to Thursday and Sunday, and 07:00 pm to 12.30 am on Friday and Saturday.


Address: 10 Rue Des Acacias 75017 Paris

 

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Finding the best Halal food and restaurants in Paris is not so difficult. The above restaurants should give Muslim travellers to Paris, France a choice of Halal French cuisine to choose from. So, the next time you are in Paris, visit one of these amazing Halal restaurants located near some of Paris’s famous landmarks and enjoy a memorable travel experience that is authentically French!

 

 

Sakina has over 10 years of experience in the field of corporate communications; having worked for a leading Annual Report Production House dealing with top corporates of Sri Lanka and overseas, and later as the Group Communications Specialist for a Sri Lankan conglomerate for their overseas plantations business. She is well-versed in the production process of annual reports, sustainability reports, corporate videos and other corporate communication media. She also has experience in Social Media Marketing and works to increase and improve social media presence of corporates and small niche market businesses. Today, she works as a freelance writer and undertakes consultations on corporate communications and social media related projects. She enjoys writing for blogs on topics of interest.