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This internationally known fast food chain serves up the most delicious and unique burgers, drinks and desserts for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This KFC, located in Bristol, UK is completely Halal and alcohol-free. Only fresh and quality ingredients are used in every well-prepared meal to ensure your satisfaction. ...more

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This internationally known fast food chain serves up the most delicious and unique burgers, drinks and desserts for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This KFC, located in Bristol, UK is completely Halal and alcohol-free. Only fresh and quality ingredients are used in every well-prepared meal to ensure your satisfaction.

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15 Union Street, Bristol, Southwest England BS1 2

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http://www.kfc.co.uk/

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+44 117 954 4695

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  • Top 4 Things to See and Do in the UK in Spring

    After a long cold winter with heavy winds and several snow storms around the UK these past few months, finally the long overdue spring is around the corner! The temperatures start rising, and birds chirping can be gradually heard in every corner. It is now time for spring cleaning, and to start packing for the long-waited spring holiday to enjoy the warm weather and the refreshing, clean air. It is certainly the best time for all fellow global travellers to visit the UK in its most glorious season. Check out the London Muslim Lifestyle Show 2018 Find a Halal Restaurant near you in the UK Find a Halal Hotel near you in the UK   There are indeed a lot of things that we can do and visit in the UK this spring holiday, whether you're travelling solo, or taking a journey with friends and family, which will ensure that you come back from your holiday with a refreshed mind and newfound energy. The following is a list of several activities that you can do this spring in the UK:   1. Adventure in the Wild Picture Credit - Lili Lengkana, instagram.com/moonsilvershine/ Spring is a brilliant time to explore the natural beauty of the UK countryside. The nature holiday adventure is suitable for every traveller, and the bonus part is that it will rejuvenate your mind and body when you are back to your normal day routine. You have to be prepared for physical activities though, from walking, hiking, trekking, biking, camping, fishing or just merely embarking on a nature walk. You can choose any activity which suits you best. Picture Credit - Lili Lengkana, instagram.com/moonsilvershine/ One way to enjoy spring in Britain by enjoying the blooming wild flowers that can be found in almost every corner of British countryside. Particularly, daffodils and bluebells are everyone’s favourite flowers this season; it is really exciting to see them in full bloom. For Daffodils, the best time to watch their magnificent beauty is in mid-March to April, whilst Bluebells show best their splendour in late April to early May. One interesting fact that might not be known by many: half of the world’s Bluebells grow here in the UK and, not just in the woods! The best spots to watch the beautiful blooming Bluebells are in the Lake District area, Bristol, Dartmoor and Gloucestershire. Click this link to find where to spot them! Apart from wild flowers, watching and spotting wild animals in spring is also a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. This time around you will have a chance to see the Seabirds nesting. Around eight million Seabirds fly to the shores of Britain in Spring. It is indeed one of the greatest wildlife gatherings that you can watch on Britain’s shores; moreover, you get to spot whales and dolphins too if you're lucky, especially up north, in Scotland. Check the Britain’s nature news link if you want to do wild animal spotting. If you prefer, animal spotting can also be done on land, where you can encounter many species of birds in the wild and also the tech-savvy Badgers. Have you ever seen Badgers in the wild? Badgers begin to come out of their hibernating holes in spring, so you could go to Devon in particular for a unique experience in spotting these cute and smart animals.   2. Flower Farm Visit Picture Credit - Lili Lengkana, instagram.com/moonsilvershine/ Another nature activity that you can enjoy in the glorious British spring is to visit the many flowers farm sprawling all over Britain. One such farms, and also the most well-known type of flower farms, is the Lavender farm. There are several Lavender farms not far from London that you can visit from around June, up to August. The closest to London, yet highly recommended is the Mayfield Lavender Farm. Their 25 acre lavender farm with café and shop is located in Banstead (Woodmansterne), Surrey – approximately 15 miles from Central London. I suggest that you read their visit information carefully on how, when and where to go there. Click here to know their information for visitors. If you can't wait until June, there is another famous Lavender farm worth visiting this Spring time, the Somerset Lavender Farm. Click here to find out where and how to go there. They will open the field this May to September, In shaa Allaah. Apart from Lavender, the Rapeseed and Yellow Mustard flower will also be blooming all over the UK. Their farmers grow these flowers in such a way that they can even be seen to the left and right of motorways. So if you do intercity travel by car, bus or train you can see beautiful, lush yellow carpet-like flowers on either side of the roads or railway tracks, and the scenery is magnificent. However, you must be quick if you want to see these pretty views, as the best time to spot them are from early April to the end of May.   3. Royal Wedding at Windsor Castle in May 2018 The love-hate relationship between the public and the UK Royal Family has always been a topic for the tabloids. Nevertheless, even though the Royal Family’s popularity may not be the same nowadays compared to the past, their news and activities still capture the attention of so many people around the world. Especially now in 2018: the next big event that will happen to the Royal Family is the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on 19 May 2018 at Windsor Castle. In celebrating this event, the Royal Family invites the public to attend this special day, and the Windsor local council and Windsor residents have been preparing their city for the visitors who will come there. Now, if you fancy a fairytale-like wedding, this may be your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend a world-class Royal Wedding festivity. You will surely enjoy your visit to Windsor as well, since this city is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. You can experience the grand history of England by visiting the Windsor Castle, which is one of three Royal Residences of Queen Elizabeth II (the other two being the Buckingham Palace in London and the Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh,) which are still being used, up till now. Note that admissions are charged in this castle. You can watch the famous Changing of the Guard daily routine at 11:00 here, up close. Apart from Windsor Castle, you can do punting and cruising the river around the city centre, and the whole family will love Legoland Windsor, too. Now, if you want to experience this special royal event, you should book your travel and prepare everything promptly, since all hotels will be booked by visitors all over the world. Avoid booking one on the day itself. Click here to know more about it.   4. Outdoor Adrenaline Picture Credit - Lili Lengkana, instagram.com/moonsilvershine/ Love the outdoors? Spring time is the best time for camping, climbing, hiking, trekking, mountain biking, kayaking, surfing and more in the United Kingdom. There are many places here to do these outdoor activities, but one place stands out from the others as you can do all these activities we mentioned in that one place. Can you guess where it is? ...   It's Wales. Wales, the ultimate place for all you outdoor junkies out there! It has beautiful green scenery, towering mountains, as well as both sandy and rocky coastlines, so you can do all your outdoor activities there. In this site, you'll find the right place to do all the outdoor activities. Click here for their site - you'll see, they have it all! One of the world-famous outdoor activities there is “coasteering”. Ever heard of coasteering? If you're an outdoor junkie, you'll love this one. Coasteering is a sport, the activity of exploring rocky coastlines by climbing the rocky cliff, jumping off into the sea, and swimming along the coastline. This outdoor activity has attracted many visitors to Wales. Indeed, Wales is in fact, the birth place of this new outdoor activity. Picture Credit - Lili Lengkana, instagram.com/moonsilvershine/ The rocky coastlines in Wales make this one of the perfect activities there. One of the operators in Pembrokeshire, Wales is the pioneering entrepreneur behind this outdoor activity, and they have been instrumental in spreading this activity to other parts of the world such as Australia, Hong Kong and many other places that have the ideal coastal environment for coasteering. You can find out more about coasteering in Wales from the Wales Tourism Board website, click here.   Solath - A Reminder to Muslim Travellers Picture Credit - instagram.com/placesyoullpray A holiday is a fun and enjoyable time for the whole family, but as Muslims, we also strive to fulfill our duty to Allah and remember Him, and that includes praying (salah) to Him, every day. If you're travelling to big cities in the UK such as London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, or other cities, you can surely find Masjid(s) there. Most airports, hospitals and universities in the UK also have prayer places, so finding a prayer space shouldn't be a problem. However, if you're travelling in small towns or countryside, then this noble hadith above surely gives us useful guidance to fulfil our obligations: It was reported by the Abu Sa’eed Al-Khudri (may Allah be pleased with him), 'The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The entire Earth has been made a place of prayer except for the graveyards and the toilet.”' (Sunah At-Tirmidhi, Hadith No. 317 – Sahih). What this noble hadith informs us, is that Allah has made it easy for us to fulfil this duty by making the whole earth as a Masjid for us. We can offer our salah anywhere on the earth, even if there is no Masjid or specified prayer place/prayer room.  You can pray in your hotel, the parking lot, airport, train station, mountain, beach, park or any other places, as long as it's clean, and not places such as toilets (that is, when and where people answer the call of nature,) and graveyards. So, my tip to be able to offer prayers are: (1) make sure that you have a bottle of water for ablution (wudhu’), a small prayer mat and a prayer compass app in your mobile app with you at all times; (2) find a clean, quiet and secluded place in any place (forest/woods, parking lot, corner of the building, hidden spot in the park, etc) to offer your prayer. Moreover, there are concessions for us as a traveller that will make it easier for us to offer our salah during our journey, as long as we can fulfil the condition of a traveller in fiqh. For more on the fiqh of travel, we recommend that you consult a reliable scholar in your locality who will be able to teach you the fine details of travel fiqh according to the madhhab of your region.    Read our UK city guides Find Attractions near you in the UK Go on a Halal Trip with us!...

  • 7 Reasons to go to Yogjakarta For Your Next Solo Adventure

    Planning a solo adventure? The good news is, you’re not alone. On average, around half the members of a small group adventure will be travelling on their own. Numbers may vary from one holiday to the next, but more people are heading off on solo adventures – and why not? Then, when thinking about a location for solo adventures, what do we look for? A city with sights our eyes have never seen, and a destination so unique, it’ll leave us with memories that’ll last forever, agree? Yogyakarta should be the best place to visit. With such an enormous selection of things to do, it is no wonder that Yogyakarta features on many travellers' itineraries. With fantastic transport links all around java, and a well-connected airport, truly, it is a place to experience. This is reflected also in the variety of choices on offer, from budget dorms that cater to backpackers, to finely decorated boutique hotels offering very personalised services, there is something to be had for everyone who visits Yogyakarta, the heart and soul of Java. Halaltrip explores some of the amazing things you can do there: 1. You Don’t Need To Visit Africa To See Sand Dunes Picture Credit - www.yogya-backpacker.com Have you ever wanted to try sandboarding? Save yourself from planning an expensive trip to Africa! Simply travel to Yogyakarta for a more accessible alternative. What makes Parangkusumo sand dune unique is the Barchan sand dune. Besides that, the occurrence of sand dunes or sand banks is considered an unusual phenomenon in Yogyakarta, an area that has generally very high rainfall. The sand dunes here are different from other sand dunes in the world. Based on studies conducted by experts, this sand dune comes from the eruption of Mount Merapi whereby the sediments are carried by rivers to the south coast of Central Java. Sounds unusual right? So, when you want to find Yogyakarta tourist attractions for your solo adventure let’s try visit Gumuk Pasir Parangkusumo. Beside that, Parangkusumo Beach is one of the popular Yogyakarta beach and is a must-visit! 2. Enjoying Merapi Lava Tour Picture Credit - www.forestravelling.blogspot.comThe Merapi Lava Tour is an off-road adventure on the slopes of Merapi Volcano with a serious backstory. The tour is held around the region most affected by the last volcanic explosion. During the tour, you are driven around on a 4×4 jeep through a beautiful landscape. You will also visit some of the villages that were abandoned following the last eruption. This is definitely one of the interesting things to do in Yogyakarta when you are visiting the city. And yes, you can do it for your next solo adventure! Maybe you'll find something unique when you're travelling alone. Curious about the modern food in Yogyakarta? Who says you just can eat traditional food? Want to find Halal food near you in Yogyakarta? Then, you can visit The Captain Urban Lounge that offers lots of mouthwatering snacks such as nachos and tacos. It located in Damai Street Number 41, Yogyakarta. If you’re looking for a heavier meal, the pasta here can never go wrong! Wanna try? 3. The Cultural Experience in Yogyakarta Picture Credit - www.peterloud.co.uk Yogyakarta has a long history of acculturation between cultures, a process whereby dominant cultural influences supersede, borrow or modify ideas and practices from other cultures.  So, you'll find not only an eclectic mix of traditions, but multiple religions and cultures living in harmony among a predominantly Muslim population - a rare and incredible example of tolerance for our day and age.  You can even experience many of the traditions each group has preserved, especially in rural areas.  Yogyakarta is filled with cultural tours and events celebrating Javanese culture on a large scale, and some of these traditions cannot be found in other parts of Indonesia. The most popular cultural artefacts and performances are batik designs, shadow puppets, Javanese dance, Gamelan music, kebaya dress and so on, are very easy to find throughout the city. Don’t worry about finding mosques and prayer places in Yogyakarta, there are several popular prayer places such as Masjid Gedhe Kauman, St. Fransiskus Xaverius Church, Pura Vaikuntha Vyomantara etc. Also, Muslim-friendly tours to Yogyakarta are available, so prepare yourself and find whatever you need on Yogyakarta travel blog.   4. Meditate at The Luweng Sampang Picture Credit - www.indonesia-tourism.com Find a calm place to sit and meditate behind a watery curtain, where you will find beautiful, exotic scenery dazzling your eyes.  Wow, that would be great for your solo adventure! You'll feel like you're in the Grand Canyon, because what lies in front of you are carved rocks, naturally arranged, forming a great picture of natural beauty. The rock formations appeared by the natural process of water erosion. The site is found in Juminahan street, Sampang Village, Gedangsari Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Even though the best time to visit Yogyakarta would be from mid-late August for its ideal weather, you can still visit this place any time of the year, so don't worry about the weather. 5. Abseil 6 Stories Down Into The Earth Picture Credit - www.xplorea.com Looking for a Halal tour to Indonesia with a great adventure? Visit Jomblang Cave! The climb into Jomblang cave can be difficult and muddy, and maybe you’ll wake up with sore arms and legs the next day, but it is so worth it! Capture the "light from the heavens" on camera, and you need to capture it immediately, because it only lasted for a few seconds when we were there. Abseiling down 6 stories might seem daunting but it’s a thrilling adventure you wouldn’t want to miss. Take the leap of faith and step into a another world in this collapsed forest-turned-cave. A short trek through darkness would take you face to face with one of the most spectacular views ever. Wear clothes that you no longer want anymore, so that you can throw it away immediately. Bring a pair of socks for the boots, a shower cap for the helmet and a clean set of clothes to change into. Put your phone into a waterproof bag which you can hang around your neck, and use your phone as a torch, as the cave can be very dark at some points. It was such a great experience for us! 6. Yogyakarta Is a City With Many Prehistoric Relics Picture Credit - www.javabalitrips.com Did you know that Indonesia is a country that has many prehistoric relics? One proof is one of the world's oldest human fossils have been found in this country. If you’re keen on prehistory, you should visit Yogyakarta, as many prehistoric relics were discovered there, around the city. Two of them are the famous Borobudur Temple (largest Buddhist temple in the world) and Prambanan Temple (largest Hindu temple in Indonesia). There is even a temple recently discovered, currently being excavated and studied. So this place could be a paradise for archaeologists. Otherwise, you can go shopping in Yogyakarta. Just visit Malioboro, major shopping street in Yogyakarta, located in the heart of the city, this is the main street and was once the ceremonial avenue for the Sultan to pass through on his way to and from the Keraton. Don't ever feel reluctant to bargain when you're about to shop in there, the final price is usually determined by your bargaining skills, and your final offer. 7. Cheap and Good Food For The Soul Picture Credit - www.bristolindonesiansociety.wordpress.com As you may know, each region of Indonesia has its own special delicacy. In Jogja, the most-wanted dish is the Gudeg, which tastes very distinct from any other Indonesian dishes. Gudeg is made of Jack fruit, cooked with coconut milk and spices, which gives it a sweet and spicy taste, as you can guess. In addition, it is usually prepared with cow skin, eggs, soya cake, and chicken, definitely a must-eat in Yogyakarta! You may go to Gudeg Bu Tjitro on Janti street or at Gudeg center in the area of Wijilan. You can however, find it in many places, or ask a local that you meet during your trip to give you a good address. So for all you food lovers, you should also visit Yogyakarta. Leave your mundane city life behind and head out to new, great adventures with this Yogyakarta itinerary. Finally, one of the greatest lessons you’ll learn while solo traveling is that people are open and welcoming no matter where you go, as long as you are, too. So, when it’s easiest to head straight for your tent, grab your headlamp and book, and curl up in your sleeping bag, give a thought to the conversations you may be missing fireside. Pretty quickly, if you were shaking in your sandals before your trip, you'll realize that although it’s true you came alone, you've never been more surrounded by good company. It's easy, just remember to read HalalTrip Travel Tips to prepare for your solo adventure! Woohoo!   Book a Halal Holiday with us Mosques near me in Yogyakarta Halal Restaurants near me in Yogyakarta...

  • 10 Unique Accommodation Options for Muslim Travelers in 2017

    Don’t miss out on visiting some of these unique places to stay in 2017 for some amazing and memorable experiences. These unique accommodation options for Muslim travelers in 2017 will not disappoint those who are looking for some unique Muslim-friendly hotels or accommodations.    1) Desert Resorts – Dubai, UAE Unique accommodation options for Muslim travelers in 2017 cannot be complete without including a stay at a desert resort in Dubai. Visitors can have the unique experience of being in a luxury environment in the middle of a desert - some popular resorts include Al Maha, Bab Al Shams and Qasr Al Sarab.  Visitors can enjoy the beauty of the desert landscape, sunsets and sunrises too, from these unique Muslim-friendly hotels. Desert resort rooms and suites are decorated to complement the environment of the desert.   There are also plenty of fun activities and some great Halal food to be enjoyed as well. Muslim travelers on the lookout for some of the top Muslim-friendly resorts should try staying at a desert resort at least once.   2) Cave Hotels – Cappadocia, Turkey Staying in some of the unique cave hotel in Turkey is one of the uncommon hotel options for Muslim guests in 2017. These accommodation options are becoming quite popular and each cave hotel has something unique to offer in terms of ambience and experience.   Cappadocia is especially popular for cave hotels – some well known cave hotels include Cappadocia Cave Suites, Ottoman Cave Suites, Aydinli Cave House Hotel and AREN Cave Hotels. Staying in a Fairy chimney inspired suite is where you can enjoy beautifully furnished and lit up rooms. It is great way to appreciate what makes Cappadocia special.    3) The Mirrored Airbnb – Pennsylvania, United States   The Mirror House is a airbnb located in Pittsburgh that is covered with mirror work – with mirrors even decorating the unique interior, complete with mirror sculptures. Every brick outside is covered with mirrors and with framed mirrors decorating the walls and ceiling inside the dining room.   There are 15 rooms  - each of which have been decorated differently with retro, modern artistic furniture and colour schemes. With a great home theatre system and a beautiful garden, this is one of the more unique Muslim-friendly budget accommodation options.    4) The Cube Houses – Rotterdam, Netherlands These houses are definitely some of the more unique accommodation options for Muslim travelers in 2017. Designed by architect Piet Blom in the 1970’s, the design concept is that each house resembles a tree in an urban forest, where the tilted cube-shaped house is built on a hexagonal pylon.   The houses are located in Overblaak Street and contain three floors with uniquely shape rooms such as a triangular living room. The bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the second floor, and there is usually a garden on the top floor.   5) Tsala Treetop Lodge – Pletternberg Bay, South Africa This breathtakingly beautiful lodge is located in an indigenous forest off Pletternberg where the guests can choose from the luxurious Treetop Suites for an amazing view of the forest and nature from the viewers’ deck. Treetop Villas built above a tree canopy also come with a great view and modern, unique interior décor. While it may not come cheap, guests will get to experience a luxurious accommodation and be surrounded by the natural beauty of the forest.   Treetop Lodge is one of the unique Muslim-friendly hotel options where Halal or vegetarian dining options can be arranged – making Tsala Treetop Lodge a top Muslim-friendly resort.   6) Giraffe Manor – Nairobi, Kenya Giraffe Manor has to be one of the most unique accommodation options for Muslim travelers in 2017 where guests will get to interact with wildlife – namely giraffes. This exclusive boutique hotel located in Langata in Nairobi is where visitors will see giraffes visiting the lodges and where they can even feed them treats. Despite the stylish rooms and beautiful décor, guests can also get immersed in the natural surroundings with each lodge offering something different.   7) Historical Fort Hotels – Rajasthan, India Spending part of your vacation in a historical fort hotel is some of the uncommon hotel options for Muslim guests in 2017 to consider. Not only will you get a taste of what it was like being Rajasthan royalty, but an amazing cultural experience in cuisine and environment. Some great hotels to get an experience like no other include the Rambagh Palace, Taj  Umaid Bhawan Palace , The Raj Palace and more to choose from.  Rambagh Palace is especially popular as a historical monument.   8) Adrere Amellal Desert Ecolodge – Siwa, Egypt Adere Amellal located at the foot of the White Mountain differs from your regular desert resort. The ecolodge is built out kershef – a mixture of stone, mud and saltwater, with 40 hand-built rooms with furnishings to match the desert landscape and atmosphere. Adrere Amellal also has a spa and pool for those who want to relax. There is no electricity but the ecolodge is lit up by beeswax candles and is an ideal place to getaway from the bustle of modern life.   9) Woodlyn Park – Waitomo, Hamilton, New Zealand Woodlyn Park is another unique accommodation option for Muslim travelers in 2017. This is where Muslim travelers who are looking for something different will be spoilt for choice with the interesting and unusual accommodation choices. Visitors can choose to stay in a 1950s Bristol freighter plane, the Waitanic Ship or Waitanic Express Train motel units. For Lord of the Rings fans, there are two Hobbit motels units to choose from.   There are a few Halal restaurants located in Hamilton within driving distance and a number of mosques as well.    10) Free Spirit Spheres – Vancouver Island, Canada One of the most uncommon hotel options for Muslim guests in 2017 include the Free Spirit Tree houses in British Columbia. This interesting type of accommodation consists of a suspended wooden orb that can be reached by steel bridges or spiral staircases. The cabin will contain built in beds and electric heating as well with showers and kitchen facilities located on the ground level camp. It is a great way in interact with nature and do some bird watching too.      Click here for more of HalalTrip's Best 10 lists for 2017!   Explore cheap Muslim-friendly holiday packages before you plan your next Halal travel     ...

  • 7 Halal Restaurants in Bristol - A Muslim’s Guide to Eating in Bristol

    Hunting Halal food in Bristol can be quite a task. Bristol, the most populous city after London in Southern England holds within it historic cities of Bath and an inspiration for art. For Muslims, here is your guide to Halal eating in Bristol with a list of seven restaurants with Halal accreditation:   1) Las Iguanas Famously located in The Venue at Cribbs Causeway and many more corners in Bristol is the restaurant for the best Halal food in Bristol, Las Iguanas. They offer a choice of menus - Halal, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan. Their chicken (excluding kids Chicken bites), lamb and duck are all Halal-certified. Eaters at Las Iguanas only have positive reviews of the Halal food; taste your new favorites and be welcomed with the warmth of South American hospitality. However, take note that Las Iguanas also offers a non-Halal menu (including beef and chorizo) and alcohol.    2) Subway Enjoy Halal food in Bristol at the all famous fast-food chain of restaurants that offers American fast food dishes; Subway. Out of 2,000 Subways in UK, about 200 of its outlets have attained Halal accreditation from the Islamic Foundation of Ireland. There are two Halal outlets in Bristol - at Hamilton Court and Stapleton Road. While you're there, some of the Subway specials that you must try include toasted submarine sandwiches, deli-style sandwiches, salads and freshly baked cookies and muffins.    3) Afendi Restaurant and Cafe Afendi serves Halal food in Bristol that is inspired by the Lebanese cuisine. The Middle Eastern specialties are prepared in an elegant manner, with the most popular dishes being Lamb Shawarma, Tabouleh, Biryani, and the oh-so-delicious Baklava. In addition to all the traditional cooking, you can also enjoy a hearty chunk of Bristol Halal chicken which you can share a platter with friends or family.   4) Wok to Walk Hot and quick Halal Food in Bristol can be enjoyed at Wok to Walk, located at 39 Park Street, Bristol. All the meats offered are Halal certified and they also offer vegetarian options. All of Bristol’s Halal restaurant Wok to Walk branches are popular among young, active individuals who need a fast eating option that fit their busy lifestyle. Devour some of their Asian specialties on the spot or enjoy them on the go with their take-away option.   5) Nando’s At Nando's you can enjoy Halal food in Bristol cooked in Portuguese style. Out of their hundreds of oulets, 72 outlets are Halal - with one being located at the Aspects Leisure Park, Bristol. This restaurant offers Halal chicken for its all famous Peri-Peri dishes, which you can choose the level of spice from Plain...(ish) to Extra Hot. This Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant is popularly known for serving flame-grilled chicken in spicy chili sauce and is one of the reasons for numerous positive reviews of Halal food in Bristol.   6) Urban Tandoor A great curry house right in the center of Bristol is Urban Tandoor, offering great Halal Indian food in Bristol. Proudly running through the menu is a list of flavorsome curries, tandoori mixed grill, sweet and sour pickle tray, lamb shank, paneer, prawns, you name it; but most importantly, the mouthwatering Butter Chicken Masala. Along with Halal food to die for, excellent service and friendly staff await you at Urban Tandoor.     7) Sands Restaurant (Closed) Sands located on Queens Road in Clifton, serves some of the best Halal food in Bristol. This Lebanese restaurant treats meat-eaters and vegetarians alike with their delicious delicacies and wholesome dishes. Enjoy your meals in a natural setting with their outdoor dining or feel elegant and cozy in their stylish interiors. Not many Halal restaurants in Bristol offer entertainment, although at Sands the last Thursday of every month is an exception.   You may also use the Halal Food Spotter feature on the official HalalTrip Mobile App to discover more Halal restaurants near Bristol . Click on the below links to download the free App:   Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/halaltrip/id680194589 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.halaltrip.app   ...



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