With a significant rise in Muslim-Friendly countries, many have taken disposition to welcome Muslims in the best possible way, while helping them in having a number of facilities. Among the Muslim-friendly countries, Netherlands can be added to the list. Discover Halal Restaurants in the heart of Hague which promise to embark you on a gastronomic journey.
Picture Credit: Baladi Manouche
A real travel into the Oriental countries. Lebanese tradition in the heart of Netherlands, more precisely in Den Haag. This Lebanese restaurant offers a colourful selection of Lebanese cuisine with manouches (flatbreads) topped with fresh and delectable ingredients. You can also choose from a succulent range of sweet dishes and drinks made in the pure Lebanese tradition.
Address : Baladi Manouche, Torenstraat 95, 2513BP, Den Haag
Phone number : 0619891597
Opening hours: Closed on Mondays
9AM to 6PM (Tuesdays & Wednesdays)
9AM to 8PM (Thursdays)
9AM to 6PM (Fridays to Sundays)
Picture Credit: Facebook, Warung Mini
Love Asian cuisine? Warung Mini promises to take you on a ride with incredible Surinamese-Javanese food at affordable prices. Warun mini which literally means small shop in Indonesian offers a plethora of curries, soups and also Nasi/Bami specialties which is prepared with deep fried balls of rice and pasta mixed with Indonesian spices. Enjoy these Asian dishes full of colours and flavours for just a few bucks.
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Another culinary treasure found in Hague is the Persian restaurant, Taste of Persia. It offers bold in colors and rich in taste food prepared and cooked in olive oil. Its dishes are mainly composed of fresh ingredients, bringing together a world of flavors in your mouth. Among its main courses, the restaurant proposes grilled and skewed meat served with vegetables and yellow rice.
The restaurant also proposes stunning sweet dishes which are delectable, exquisite and full of flavors. Try the unavoidable Baklava, a sweet dish which is a mini puff pastry filled with nuts and honey. Or if you fancy something cold, try the Falude, which is a special Persian ice cream prepared with rose water ice cream, rice flour threads, and lemon juice.