Having stayed in Paris last year, I get these questions quite frequently: Is there halal food in Paris? Where can I eat there?

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There are actually quite a lot of halal food eateries in Paris –especially kebab and fast-food stands. Here are some halal (no alcohol served either) food restaurants if you do not want to eat (or had enough of) kebabs 😉

1. Tilal

Tilal is a Lebanese cuisine restaurant nestled right in the very heart of Châtelet Les Halles. Châtelet is in the first arrondisement, or district, of Paris, and is a shopping haven. Near to the Centre Georges Pompidou, Tilal is definitely convenient to pause for a quick bite, have a lunch, or even dinner.

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Chawarma poulet avec tabouleh, blé concassé, et hummous : Chicken wrap with salad, bulgur, and hummus. * Recommended dish!

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Makanek: Tiny beef sausages with lemon. Succulent and bursting tenderness, it’s one of the dishes you can find at Tilal.

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Baklava. Give Tilal’s a go too!

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I have been to Tilal before, and the food and service are thumbs-up! A well-located Lebanese restaurant in town, Tilal lives up to its promise.

#HHWT Tip: Tilal is located in a great shopping area, and near Centre Georges Pompidou.

Address: Rue Rambuteau 74, 75001 Paris, France
Contact Number: +33 140269551
Opening Hours: 12:00pm to 11:00pm (Every day)
Price: Around 10€ on average
Directions: Châtelet – Les Halles (M1, M4, M7, M11, M14)


2. Restaurant Sahil

A Pakistani-Indian restaurant at Gare de l’Est, I have been to Sahil numerous times, for a Pakistani-Indian food fix. They have all sorts of curries, masalas, briyanis, tandooris, naans – a long menu with something for everyone. The pictures here do not do justice. Gare de l’Est feels a bit like Little India, with many Bangladeshi, Pakistani, and Indian restaurants and shops. Sahil’s fare is very reasonably priced; you could get a meal for 6€. Its décor is homey and warm; you will immediately feel at ease here.

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Sahil is a fuss-free dining option, especially if you are craving for a taste of Asia in Paris. It is also a great place to get together with all your friends and families – they have tables for 10 and also a small praying area.

Address: 104-106 Rue du Faubourg Saint Denis 75010 Paris
Contact Number: +33 142478453
Opening Hours: 12:00pm to 11:00pm (Every day)
Price: Around 6€ onwards
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Directions: Métro Gare de l’Est (M4,M5,M7)


3. Le Wok Saint Germain

Le Wok Saint Germain is a Thai fusion restaurant, located in the hip neighborhood of Odéon/Saint Michel. It serves Thai, Chinese, and Vietnamese cuisine. Le Wok also is an AVS-certified (halal certification body) eatery. Here, what is unique is that there is an open wok station right in the entry of the restaurant! Customers can choose what ingredient goes into their fried noodles or rice, and see the chef whipping it up right away, or they could also order off the menu.

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Soupe poulet thai avec lait du coco: Perfect combination of spicy, salty and sour, this Thai coconut milk soup with chicken. The lemongrass and cilantro used really brings out the flavour of the soup. A marvellous treat! * Recommended dish

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Head to the Le Wok Saint Germain for lunch or dinner. You will definitely not regret it!

#HHWT Tip: Le Wok Saint Germain is in the Odeon-Saint Michel Area, the Latin Quarter if Paris.

Address: 45 Rue Dauphine, Paris, Île-de-France 75006
Contact Number:+33 144410349
Opening Hours:
Lunch: 12:00pm to 3:00pm (Monday to Friday)
Dinner: 7:00pm to 11:00pm (until 12:00am on Friday)
Weekend: 12:00pm to 12:00am (Saturdays), 12:00pm to 11:00pm (Sundays)
Price: The average price to eat here is 25€
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Directions: Métro Odéon (M4)


4. Le Baili

A Tex-Mex and artisanal burger joint, in the 20th arrondisement of Paris, Le Baili has a capacity of around 40 people. The deco of the restaurant is not over-the-top Mexican, but as is with food, the proof is in the taste! The ‘Gourmands’ menu costs 28€, and consists of an entrée, a main dish, a dessert, and a drink.

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Hailed one of the best halal restaurants in Paris, Le Baili definitely does not disappoint!

Address: 29, rue Saint-Blaise 75020 Paris
Contact Number:+33 950691707
Opening Hours:
Lunch: 12:00pm to 2.30pm (Saturdays only)
Dinner: 7.30pm to 11:00pm (Sundays and Mondays closed)
Price: Around 28€ for a set meal
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Directions: Marie de Miribel (tramway 3B)


5. Les Enfants Terribles

Les Enfants Terribles is owned by two brothers, Kamil and Sofiane Saidi, and was launched in April 2007. They take pride in being one of the pioneers to serve halal French cuisine, in a chic restaurant setting. The average price of a meal here is 28€. It is best to reserve first before heading down to the restaurant. Mouthwatering pictures, coming right up!

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With raving reviews from Trip Advisor and La Fourchette, do not miss this place if you are in Paris.

#HHWT Tip: Les Enfants Terribles is located in the same district as Père Lachaise cemetery, where the rich and famous are buried.

Address: 160, boulevard de Charonne 75020 Paris
Contact Number:+33 43432461
Opening Hours: Dinner 7:30pm to 12:00am (Monday to Thursday) 7:30pm to 1:00am (Friday and Saturday)
Price: Around 28€ for a meal on average
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Directions: Métro Alexandre Dumas (M2)


6. Le Confidentiel

Done exploring Champs-Élysées and looking for somewhere to eat? Treat yourself to a fancy feast of local delights and steaks at Le Confidentiel!

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The tantalising array of food and desserts is sure to rush you into digging in before you can even say ‘Bon appetit!’ 😂

Address6 rue Robert Estienne, Paris, France
Contact Number: +33 153 763 738
Opening Hours: 7:00pm to 12:00am (Sunday to Thursday) 7:00pm to 2:00am (Friday to Saturday)
Price: Around 25€ for a meal on average
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7. Le Oulala

Find yourself comfortably seated next to a fireplace in Le Oulala – the perfect setting and ambiance for an Italian dinner in Paris.

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Dig in to their assortment of pizzas, burgers or creamy pastas and feast the night away in the cozy warmth. 😍

Address: 20 rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris
Contact Number: +33 143 372 007
Opening Hours: 6:30pm to 2:00am daily
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8. Le Jumeyrah

Last but not least, this restaurant will diminish any of your fears of not being able to try halal authentic French cuisine when in Paris! From foie gras to breaded chicken aiguillettes, this magnificent restaurant is popular amongst diners and is guaranteed to satisfy your cravings for French food!

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The restaurant has also had visits from famous celebrities! Now, you can definitely say you’ve dined like a star 😎

Address: 101 rue Saint Maur, 75011 Paris
Contact Number: +33 143 140 869
Opening Hours: 7:00pm to 11:00pm (ends at 1:00am on Friday and Saturday) 12:00 to 4:00pm Lunch (Saturday and Sunday)
Price: Around  25-30€ for a meal on average
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We can’t wait to dine in Paris!