[Updated 26 May with disclaimer]

Ah, Paris – the city of love¬†and lights! This classic European city is on so many of our bucket lists for its rich history, fashionable culture, and of course, that famous French cuisine you can’t get anywhere else! ūüėč


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If you’re paying a visit to Paris and don’t know¬†where to eat yet, our handy list of some of the top 10 eateries you can drop by for a fuss-free halal meal will definitely help you out! From traditional French fine dining, to French food with an Asian twist, and even rich and hearty North African cuisine – you’ll be spoilt for choice! ūüėć

Disclaimer: Foie gras is an iconic French dish and is on the menu of many French fine dining restaurants (including halal eateries). While it is possible to find halal sources of foie gras (where the animals have not been mistreated, and have been slaughtered according to shariah procedures), it is debatable whether one should consume it as many question the treatment of ducks in the production process. Although there are some suppliers who have developed more humane ways to produce foie gras, we are unable to confirm if the restaurants in question adopt humane ways of producing foie gras, and have highlighted the restaurants below that do serve foie gras on their menu. We recommend our readers to dine at their own discretion.

1. L’incroyable Restaurant

L’incroyable Restaurant (The Incredible Restaurant) is one of the most famous gourmet restaurants in the city, serving up halal versions of classic French dishes such as Salmon Gravlax¬†(17 euros), Beef Fillet¬†(33 euros), and Citrus-Crusted Cod¬†(26 euros)! Each plate is delicately arranged for a visual feast too, and the dark, elaborately decorated interior definitely makes this a memorable place for a once-in-a-lifetime feast ūüėČ

Halal Status:¬†Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served. Do note that L’incroyable serves foie gras on its menu. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 3 Rue du Sabot, 75006 Paris 6e
Opening Hours: 7pm Р11pm (Tues-Sat), closed on Sundays and Mondays
Contact: +33 7-6772-1530
Nearby Metro Stops: Saint Germain des Pres (Line 4), Saint-Sulpice (Line 4), Mabillon (Line 10)
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2. Taem


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Both a butchery and a grill/steakhouse restaurant, Taem serves up only the highest-quality meats that are grilled over a wooden fire upon order for a smoky, rich taste. Everything from¬†Beef Carpaccio¬†(9 euros) to aged¬†Wagyu¬†(24 euros/100 grams) can be found on the menu, but if you don’t have the time to sit down for a meal then you¬†can opt for their¬†Beef Cornet (9 euros)¬†which consists of caramelized beef cuts served in a to-go cone topped with sesame seeds, teriyaki sauce, and fried onions! ūüėč

Halal Status: Halal-certified meat used, and no alcohol is used in food preparation. Alcoholic beverages may be served separately in the restaurant. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 14 rue Popincourt, 75011 Paris
Opening Hours: 12pm Р3.30pm and 7pm Р11pm (Tues-Sat, closes at 11.30pm on Fri and Sat), 7pm Р11pm (Sun), closed on Mondays
Contact: +33 6-2685-9204
Nearby Metro Stops: Voltaire (Line 9), Breguet Sabin (Line 5), Richard Lenoir (Line 5)
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3. Le 1818


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This charming restaurant is appropriately located in the Victor Hugo area –¬†it’s named after the year Victor Hugo’s first novel was released! French cuisine is on the menu here, including¬†Burrata Salad¬†(14 euros),¬†Veal Filet Mignon¬†(27 euros),¬†and¬†Breaded Chicken Ballottine¬†(17 euros). On Sundays, there’s even a special brunch set menu available at 29 euros per person!

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served. Do note that Le 1818 serves foie gras on its menu. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 2 rue de Sontay, 75016 Paris
Opening Hours:
11am – 3pm and 7pm –¬†12am¬†(Mon-Fri, last order approx. 30mins before closing)
7pm –¬†12am (Sat,¬†last order approx. 30mins before closing)
11am – 5pm (Sunday brunch)
7pm –¬†12am (Sun,¬†last order approx. 30mins before closing)
Contact: +33 01-4500-0101
Nearby Metro Stops: Victor Hugo (Line 2)
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4. Le Confidentiel – Paris Champs Elysees


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Paris’ Champs Elysees district is known for its high-end shopping and dining, and Le Confidentiel fits right in with its swanky atmosphere. This French fine dining restaurant is cozily furnished, and is the perfect place to head to if you want to treat yourself to a particularly fancy meal during your trip! Their menu includes¬†Beef Carpaccio¬†(15 euros), their signature¬†Confidentiel Burger¬†(21 euros), and a¬†Chicken Filet¬†(23 euros) that comes with honey sauce and basmati rice. Set meals are also available at 28 euros or 35 euros, and a¬†children’s set meal costs 15 euros.

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served. Do note that Le Confidentiel serves foie gras on its menu. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 6 rue Robert Estienne, 75008 Paris
Opening Hours: 7pm – 12am (Sun-Thurs), 7pm – 2am (Fri-Sat)
Contact: +33 1-5376-3738 or via reservation form
Nearby Metro Stops: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Lines 1 and 9)
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5. Les Grands Enfants


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Les Grands Enfants is yet another halal French fine dining restaurant, giving you even more choices to savour the best of French cuisine ūü§© The menu¬†uses homemade ingredients and French-origin beef to produce elegant dishes such as¬†Mechoui Lamb Shoulder For 2¬†(49 euros),¬†Duck Breast¬†(20 euros),¬†Scallops¬†(22 euros for 1 pot), and of course¬†Beef Sirloin Flank¬†(19 euros). They even have a range of halal mocktails to finish off your meal with something sweet!

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served. Do note that Les Grands Enfants serves foie gras on its menu. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 160 boulevard de Charonne, 75020 Paris
Opening Hours: 7.30pm – 11.30pm (Sun-Thurs), 7.30pm – 1am (Fri-Sat)
Contact: +33 01-4343-2461
Nearby Metro Stops: Alexandre Dumas (Line 2)
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6.¬†O’Thabou


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If you’re looking for an interesting take on French cuisine, head to O’Thabou for French dining with an Asian twist! Their menu includes dishes such as¬†Burrata¬†(12 euros),¬†Thai Salad¬†(9 euros), Gambas a la Plancha¬†(32 euros),¬†and features samosas and other fusion twists.

Halal Status:¬†Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served.¬†Do note that¬†O’Thabou¬†serves foie gras on its menu. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 264 rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine, 75010 Paris
Opening Hours: 11.30am Р2.30pm and 7pm Р10.30pm (Tues-Fri), 7.30pm Р11.30pm (Sat-Sun), closed on Mondays
Contact: +33 07-8204-1314
Nearby Metro Stops: Jaures (Lines 2, 5, 7B), Stalingrad (Lines 2, 5, 7)
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7. Crep’s Crew


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For those who want something easy to eat while they’re exploring Paris’¬†arrondissements,¬†grab a crepe from this roadside restaurant to fill your stomach as you walk. The crepes are made with gluten-free and organic flour in both sweet and savoury flavours, including Nutella, honey, citron and sugar, and more!

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 1 Rue du Helder, 75009 Paris 9e
Opening Hours: 9am Р2am daily
Contact: +33 01-4022-0624
Nearby Metro Stops:¬†Opera (Lines 3, 7, 8), Chaussee d’Antin La Fayette (Lines 7, 9)
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8.¬†BMK¬† Paris ‚Äď Bamako


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Trying out new cuisines is always one of the most exciting parts of visiting a country, and Bamako’s North African cuisine is definitely one way to experience something new while in Paris. The dishes include traditional African dishes like Yassa¬†(a spicy marinated fish or chicken, although Bamako has a vegan option too, 11 – 15 euros) and¬†Thi√©boudienne¬†(rice simmered in tomato and sweet spices, 11 – 14 euros),¬†as well as African fusion dishes. Make sure to try their dessert menu too, including the¬†Thiakry¬†(semolina millet flour with dried fruit, coconut, cheese, orange blossom, and nutmeg, 5 euros).

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation or served. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 14 Rue de la Fidélité, 75010 Paris
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10.30pm (Tues-Thurs), 12pm – 11pm (Fri-Sat), closed on Sundays and Mondays
Contact: +33 09-8254-1748
Nearby Metro Stops:¬†Gare de l’Est (Lines 4, 5, 7), Chateau d’Eau (Line 4)
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9. Le Crêpe Café Hawaii paris monge


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If you just can’t get enough of those fluffy French crepes, head over to this Hawaiian restaurant’s Parisian outlet to satisfy your cravings! ūüėč Their sweet and savoury crepes will definitely hit the spot and fuel you up for the rest of your busy day.

Halal Status: Vegan and vegetarian options available. We are not able to confirm at the moment if the meat used is halal-certified, and we advise that you dine here at your own discretion.

Address: 99 Rue Monge, 75005 Paris
Opening Hours: 8am Р10.30pm (Sun-Thurs), 8am Р2am (Fri-Sat)
Contact: +33 01-4331-7379
Nearby Metro Stops: Censier-Daubenton (Line 7)
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10. L’Atelier sur la Braise


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Rounding up our list is a steakhouse combining the best of US and French grilling traditions ūüėĀ From¬†Texan Ribs and Brisket¬†(20.90 euros) to¬†a whole range of burgers (9.90 – 13.50 euros), meat lovers will love the variety offered by this restaurant. Finish your meal with their signature¬†Vanilla Creme Brulee¬†(6 euros), to round off all of those savoury tastes with something sweet!

Halal Status: Only halal ingredients used, no alcohol is used in food preparation. The menu includes one drink that is marketed as a 0.0% non-alcohol beer. As the restaurant is not halal-certified by a central body, we advise that you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 23 Rue des Vignoles, 75020 Paris
Opening Hours:
12pm – 3pm and 7.30pm – 11pm (Mon-Thurs)
7.30pm – 11.30pm (Fri)
12pm – 3.30pm and 7.30pm – 11.30pm (Sat)
7.30pm – 11pm (Sun)
Contact: +33 01-4271-9726
Nearby Metro Stops: Buzenval (Line 9), Avron (Line 2)
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And that’s our list of 10 halal eateries in Paris to try out! If you’re dreaming of visiting Paris, why not plan a trip to 2 other iconic European cities at the same time? And don’t forget to check out these picture-perfect photo spots when you’re in the city of lights, to give you a memory that will last a lifetime!

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