[Updated 12 March 2019]

So much has changed in Tokyo since we last published our very first halal food guide almost three(!) years ago. There are so many more Muslim-friendly eateries with a wide range of cuisines ranging from halal yakiniku to sushi! There’s seriously no better time to travel to Japan and now you can treat yourself to a wide range of authentic Japanese cuisine while you’re there 😋

Warning – Do not read this on an empty stomach.

#HHWT Tip: Most of these restaurants require a reservation at least one to three days in advance so we highly recommend you make a reservation to be safe!Credit: Giphy

1. Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka

shinjuku gyoen ramen ouka

This is one of the more unique ramen eateries in Tokyo as their ramen is served with a bowl of rice, which you have to eat with the remaining broth from your bowl of ramen! Also, the serving is pretty huge (you can even upsize your ramen to large) AND it comes with grilled chicken and yakitori as part of the set. We definitely recommend visiting this place on an empty tummy or you can opt for a smaller portion if you’re not feeling exceptionally hungry!


#HHWT Tip: Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka is just an 8-minute walk away from Shinjuku station, which is well connected to the different rails. That’s why we love staying in Shinjuku whenever we visit Tokyo 😄 If you’re looking for the best flight and accommodation deals, check out Skyscanner!


Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

Contact: +81 3-5925-8426
Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday – 2pm to 10pm
Friday – 6pm to 10pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday – 1pm to 10pm
Address: 1 Chome-11-7 Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan

2. Naritaya (Asakusa)

Here’s another ramen place in Asakusa that’s worth a visit! The broth for the ramen is chicken-based and the noodles are made fresh at their own factory. You even get to order your ramen through a vending machine located near the entrance, just like any other Japanese ramen stall. Talk about getting an authentic experience! 🤩 And if you are a fan of spicy food, don’t forget to add the chilli paste provided into your ramen!


#HHWT Tip: A prayer room is available here – just let the staff know!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Islamic Trust)

Contact: +81 3-428-9806
Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday – 11am to 10pm
Sunday – 11am to 9pm
Address: 2 Chome-7-13 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

3. Menya Kaijin

Want a change from the typical chicken/miso broth? Then you’ll have to visit Menya Kaijin and try their seafood ramen! The fish-and-seafood-based broth is clear & really light but still really yummy. Plus it’s also located in the heart of Tokyo, Shinjuku, which is super convenient to get to!

Halal Status: Seafood options available. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion. Also, do let the waiter know in advance that you do not want the chicken to be added!

Contact: +81 03-3356-5658
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday – 11am to 3pm, 4.30pm to 11.30pm
Saturday and PH – 11am to 11.30pm
Sunday – 11am – 11pm
Address: 3-35-7 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022

4. Honolu Ebisu

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If you’re visiting Shibuya, head on over to Honolu Ebisu to enjoy various types of chicken ramen. You can savor chicken ramen in whatever way you like – be it spicy, with soy sauce or fried chicken. The thick and rich taste of the chicken broth will leave you wanting more. Other than the ramen, you can also order some light bites like gyoza and takoyaki! 😋 This bowl of hot, savory ramen will warm the heart. Happy tummy guaranteed!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Malaysia Halal Corporation)

Contact: +81 3-5734-1667
Opening hours:

Lunch – 11.30am to 2.30pm daily
Dinner – 5pm to 10pm daily
Address: 1 Chome-23-1 Shibuya, Ebisuminami, Tokyo 150-0022, Japan

5. Ayam-YA Okachimachi

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Ayam-ya’s rich white chicken soup is the yummy bowl of halal ramen in rich white chicken soup which is just what you need after a whole day of walking and exploring 😋 Plus its location near the popular and well-connected Ueno station means it’s super convenient to get to!

Credit: Ayam-YA Okachimachi Tokyo on Facebook

If you want a stronger kick in your bowl of noodles, you can also opt for the spicy version if you feel like it. Other than ramen, Ayam-ya also serves tsukemen (cold dipping ramen) and rice bowls.

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Malaysia Halal Corporation)

Contact: +81-3-3834-6656
Opening Hours:
Lunch – 11.30am to 3pm daily (last order at 2.30pm)
Dinner – 5pm to 10pm daily (last order at 9.30pm)
Address: 4 Chome-10-1 Taito, Tokyo 110-0016, Japan

6. (NEW!) Taizan Sakura

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Located a short walk from Asakusa station, this small restaurant serves up Sakuraebi Oroshisoba which consists of noodles in a chicken-and-shrimp-based stock that includes a sprinkling of salty sakuraebi (small shrimp) on top.

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Their other signature dish is curry tsukemen (dipping noodles). Rather than using the sweeter Japanese version of curry, Taizan Sakura serves up a savoury version similar to South Asian curry. This is fusion ramen at its finest 😍 If you’re craving something more familiar, they have other fusion dishes on the menu too including keema curry rice, naan bread, and cheese curry ramen.

P.S. They’ll even provide you with a disposable bib so that you won’t have to worry about staining your clothes while slurping up your noodles!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Contact: +81 3-5811-1933
Opening Hours: While we can’t find regular hours on the internet, one of our writers visited this place for lunch in Dec 2018. The restaurant seems to be open from lunchtime onwards, but do take note that some restaurants close in the mid-afternoon to restock and prep for the dinnertime crowd!
Address: 1 Chome-33-8 A1 building 1F, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

7. Gyumon

halal japan tokyo yakiniku gyumon beef

Located in the bustling streets of Shibuya, Gyumon is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant with authentic halal yakiniku. It’s the perfect place for a hearty dinner after a shopping session in Shibuya!

halal japan tokyo yakiniku gyumon beef slices

Ordering is pretty simple as you just have to choose the cut you want and they’ll serve it to you raw. The raw beef is lightly marinated with salt and pepper allowing you to savour the taste of the tender beef slices. Have fun grilling the meat on the charcoal stove!

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We’re absolutely in love with the beef tenderloin, grilled to medium rare perfection!

halal japan tokyo yakiniku gyumon main

Do make a reservation by dropping them a call to avoid any queues as the restaurant is relatively small!

Halal Status: Halal meat available, Alcohol served in establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Contact: +81 03-5469-2911
Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday – 12pm to 4am
Sunday – 12pm to 12am
Address: 3 Chome-14-5 Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan
Directions: Take the south exit at Shibuya station across an overhead bridge. Gyumon is a 8-minute walk away.

8. Sumiyakiya – Roppongi

Don’t be surprised to find kimchi in this restaurant! Unlike the other yakiniku restaurants in this list, this halal yakiniku restaurant in Roppongi (near Roppongi Hills) has a mix of both Japanese and Korean cuisine.

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Sumiyakiya serves Miyazaki Prefecture herb beef. In other words, the cattle feed on herbs. There are several sets for you to choose from but we have our eyes set on the ¥6,500 set. A5 class (aka THE BEST grade) Wagyu, anyone? 😋

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Don’t forget to make a reservation at least one day in advance!

Halal Status: Halal meat available. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Contact: +81 03-3403-5397
Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday – 5pm to 10.30pm
Closed on Sundays.
Address: Nishiazabu 3 Chome-20-16, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031, Japan
Directions: 10 minute walk from Roppongi Station Exit 1a / 5 minute walk from Roppongi Hills

9. Gyu-Kaku – Akasaka Branch

Gyu-Kaku is one of Japan’s most famous yakiniku (grilled meat) chains, with locations all across the country! Opened on the 17th of April 2017, the Akasaka branch is the first to offer halal course meals, hooray! 😁

Credit: Gyukaku

So, what’s on the menu? They have the US$41 Muslim-Friendly Course, and the more upscale US$60 Muslim-Friendly Wagyu Course (which includes beef, chicken, and seafood😋). Both courses feature a variety of vegetables and meat dishes, and they neither contain nor are prepared with any sort of pork products/extracts or alcohol! So you will definitely be spoiled for choices when you dine here 😄

Credit: Gyukaku

The cooking and eating utensils are used specifically for Muslim-friendly course meals and bear a mark of certification from Islamic Centre Japan. Even the dipping sauce containers and drinking vessels are also halal-certified! In keeping with halal principles, their dishes, glasses, and cookware for the halal meals are also hand-washed separately from those that are used for Gyu-Kaku’s non-halal-meals. 😄 So if you are in the Akasaka area in Tokyo, don’t forget to check this place out!

#HHWT Tip: Muslim-friendly meals are available only at the Akasaka branch. Do make a reservation (which can be made by phone) at least three days in advance.

Halal Status: Halal meat and seafood options available. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Contact: +81 03-5545-5029
Opening hours:
11.30am to 3am daily
 Akasaka 3 Chome-12-11, Central Akasaka Building 2nd floor, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan

10. Yakiniku Panga

Going to Japan without having a taste of authentic halal wagyu is almost unheard of, and few eateries are better for a wagyu feast than the evergreen Yakiniku Panga, located just a short train ride away from Asakusa!

Stuff yourself to your heart’s content with juicy strips of glistening wagyu and yakiniku and watch with bated breath as the meat sizzles away on the grill in front of you. Trust us, Yakiniku Panga is one Japanese eatery you’re not likely to forget 😋

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Halal Foundation)

Contact: +81 3-3839-8929 or reserve via Hotpepper
Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday- 11:30am to 2pm, 5pm to 10:30pm
Sunday – 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Address: 3 Chome-27-9 Taito, Taitō, Tokyo 110-0016, Japan


Thank goodness for all the shops and sights in Shibuya as you’ll definitely need to make a second trip to try the ONLY halal Shabu Shabu in Tokyo at Hanasakiji-san! Just the mention of Shabu Shabu is enough to make our mouth water. To top it off, Hanasakiji-san uses authentic Wagyu beef from Miyazaki Prefecture 😛

We apologize in advance if your tummy is starting to rumble 😉

Halal Status: Halal meat available. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Contact: +81 03-3496-7777
Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday – 11.30am to 3pm, 5pm to 12am

Sunday – 11.30am to 4pm, 5pm to 11pm
Address: Sakura Build B1F 3-22 Sakuragaoka Shibuya Tokyo 150-0031 Japan
Directions: 5-minute walk from South exit of Shibuya Station  We’re sorry but Hanasakajisan has permanently closed 😞

11. Origami Asakusa

Credit: Origami Asakusa on Facebook

This new restaurant sitting in the heart of one of Tokyo’s major tourist hotspots (just a 2-minute walk from Asakusa subway!) is going above and beyond to give Muslims a safe food haven, amplifying their unique and authentic experience in Japan. Some of the mouthwatering dishes you can look forward to are Chicken Sukiyaki Nabe, Beef Shabu Shabu, Japanese Black Beef Steak and more. 🤤

Credit: Origami Asakusa on Facebook

They also serve sushi and kids meals! 😋 Origami also has prayer rooms and wudu’ facilities so you can drop by for a meal, relax and pray in comfort after a long day sightseeing in Asakusa 😉

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Islamic Trust)

Contact: (+81) 03-5811-1755
Opening Hours:
11.30am to 3pm daily, 5.30pm to 9pm daily
Address: Hanakawado 1 Chome-2-8, Taito-Ku, Tokyo 110033 Japan

12. (NEW!) Asakusa Nagomi

Asakusa Nagomi is one of the latest additions to the growing list of halal shabu shabu eateries, serving up premium A5 wagyu in the busy Asakusa area. This is the perfect place to stop by after you’ve visited the famous Sensoji temple!

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Asakusa Nagomi doesn’t just serve 1 variety of A5 wagyu, but an amazing 4 kinds to treat yourself to! Plus there are wudhu facilities and prayer rooms on-site, meaning you can both eat and pray in comfort here 😊

Halal status: Halal-certified

Contact: +81 3-6802-7730
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Address: Asakusa 2 Chome-14-17, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035, Japan

13. Sushiken

This sushi restaurant in Asakusa has very recently started serving dishes for Muslims! Sushi Ken creates every dish with only the finest ingredients and the freshest seafood 😄 If you’re a die-hard sushi fan, this is a restaurant you must not miss!

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With a wide range of set meals to choose from, there’ll definitely be something for everyone in your traveling party.



#HHWT tip: Just like most eateries in Japan, dining here during lunch is much cheaper with lunch sets ranging from ¥1,300 to ¥1,800!


Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Halal Foundation)

Contact: +81 03-5246-6547
Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday – 11.30am to 4pm, 4pm to 11.30pm (last order at 11pm)
Sunday, Public Holidays – 11.30am to 3pm, 3pm to 10pm (last order at 9.30pm)
*Closes on 31st December yearly
Address: 2 Chome-11-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

14. Akasaka Saryo Ouka

Credit: Akasaka Saryo Ouka on Facebook

Akasaka Saryo Ouka is the first Japanese-styled café in Tokyo. Saryo Ouka serves fresh sushi platters (just like this 👆🏼) and wagyu beef rice. It’s just what you need to fill your tummy after all that sightseeing.

Credit: Akasaka Saryo Ouka on Facebook

That’s not all – the restaurant serves Japanese traditional desserts and matcha pancakes! You can’t leave the cafe until you try the pancakes 😋

Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Contact: +81 3-5246-6547
Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday – 12.45pm to 3pm, 6pm to 9pm
Closed on Sunday.
Address: 2 Chome-11-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan

15. Homemade Udon Noodles KINEYA MUGIMARU


If you’re flying in to/out of Tokyo via Narita Airport, and have some time to kill or a stomach to fill, don’t forget to try the halal udon in the airport! One of our writers tried the beef udon and she said it was the most delicious one ever! She loved that the noodles were very springy and the broth was just right – not too salty for her liking. Her cravings for udon were finally satiated when she had this!

#HHWT Tip: It is a Japanese tradition that you should slurp your noodles if they are yummy!


To place an order, decide on the toppings for the udon as well as the size. You will then be served with a bowl of udon with toppings sans broth. Then, pick your own onigiri and tempura (self-service). Make payment and then proceed to the dipping sauce station and dispense as much (or little) as you like.

#HHWT Tip: A multi-faith prayer space is also available on the same floor! Do bring your own sejadah and telekung.

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Malaysia Consultation & Training Agency)

Contact: +81 476-32-7877
Opening Hours:
7.30am to 9pm (Last order at 8.30pm)
Address: 5th Floor of Narita Airport Terminal 1

16. Yoshitomoan Soba

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Soba is one of our favourite Japanese noodles and a trip to Japan would not be complete without trying authentic soba! Yoshitomoan isn’t exactly the most convenient to get to (12 mins train ride from Shinjuku station), but if you have time to spare, then we would definitely recommend making the trip down to try their soba which is served with tempura!

Choose from their three Muslim-friendly dishes – Tamagotoji (egg) soba set, agemochi (fried mochi) soba set or kake soba (regular) set. They’re all served with tempura, cold tofu and warabimochi to finish off as your dessert!

Halal Status: Vegetarian options available, alcohol served in the establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Contact: +81 3-3235-7177
Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday – 12pm to 2.30pm, 6pm to 9pm.
Closed on Monday, 1st and 3rd Sundays.
Address: 10 Nandomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

17. Tentei

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Craving for some tempura just before you fly back from your trip? Be sure to visit Tentei in Terminal 2 of Narita Airport for some yummy tempura with soba or rice before you leave Japan!

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The crispy tempura is cooked in a light batter and goes really well with the cold soba. If you’re feeling really hungry, opt for the set which comes with both cold soba as well as tempura over rice! And if that’s not enough, they also serve other Japanese dishes such as sashimi.

Halal Status: Kitchen is Halal Certified (by Malaysia Halal Consultation & Training Agency). Do note that the restaurant also serves alcohol, but all glasses are carefully separated. We advise all readers to dine at their own discretion.

Contact: +81 476-34-6133
Opening Hours: 7.30am to 9pm daily (Last order at 8.30pm)
Address: 4th Floor, Narita Airport Terminal 2

Japanese Curry
18. La Toque

la toque japanese halal curry tokyo narita airport muslim
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Need another reason to fly to/from Narita Airport? Well, besides halal udon and tempura, Narita also has an authentic Japanese curry eatery – La Toque! So no worries if you arrive in Narita Airport with an empty tummy because there are just too many options to choose from! From chicken cutlet curry to salmon curry, you’ll definitely find a dish that you love at La Toque.

#HHWT Tip: If you’re looking to try Japanese curry in Tokyo, be sure to visit Ippin in Asakusa. They also serve a dish – Ippin special curry, in addition to their halal ramen!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Halal Association)

Contact: +81 476-34-6193
Opening Hours: 7.30am to 8.30pm daily (Last order at 8pm)
Address: 4th Floor, Narita Airport Terminal 2

19. CoCo Ichibanya (Akihabara and Shinjuku)

Now you can enjoy halal Japanese curry at the first ever halal-certified CoCo Ichibanya Curry House in Akihabara and Shinjuku! The Akihabara outlet opened in September 2017 while the Shinjuku outlet just opened in 2018! Both received certifications from Nippon Asia Halal Association (NAHA). Let’s just refresh our memory now on how amazing their Japanese curry is 😋

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Check out Coco Curry House’s menu for more curry delights you can now enjoy! We sure wouldn’t mind making a trip to Tokyo just to get a taste of this, wouldn’t you agree? 😉

Akihabara Outlet:

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Nippon Asia Halal Association)

Contact: +81 3-6260-8667
: 1 Chome-6, 1F Kanda Matsunagachō, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0023
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily

Shinjuku Outlet

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Nippon Asia Halal Association)

Contact: +81 3-6457-3782
Address: Kabukicho Shotengai Shinkou Kumiai Building B1, 1 Chome-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021
Opening hours: 11am to 10.30pm daily

Traditional Japanese Cuisine

 20. Minokichi – Ikebukuro branch

Kyoto Kaiseki in downtown Tokyo? Yes, please! Kaiseiki is a traditional Japanese multi-course meal prepared with special skills and technique and carefully presented to enhance the appearance and seasonal theme of the meal. Thanks to Minokichi, you can now experience this in Ikebukuro. Not only does the food presentation look impeccable, but the ingredients used are also all seasonal to guarantee freshness!

Halal status: Minokichi is certified as a Muslim-friendly restaurant by the Kyoto Council for Sharia and Halal Affairs. Reservation for a halal meal must be placed 5 days before going down.

Contact: (+81) 03-3980-8855
Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday – 11am to 11pm
Sunday, Public Holidays – 11am to 10pm
*Closed on New Year’s Day and 3rd Wednesday of Feb and Aug.
Address: Spice Ikebukuro Tobu 15F, 1 Chome-1-25, Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Directions: 6 minutes on foot from Ikebukuro Station on the JR, Subway or Tobu Tojo line. (Take the west exit). In Tobu Department Store.

Kusumoto by Tokyo Muslim Club

If you’re looking to splurge on a Japanese set meal for dinner, you might want to check out Kusumoto, located in the upscale area of Roppongi. It’s a short walk away from Roppongi Hills and you can choose from three different halal set meals (prices start from 10,000 yen), which are all served with beef, sashimi and more!

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday – 6pm to 11pm. Closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Halal Status: Halal meat available, Alcohol served in establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

Address: 3-23-5, Nishi-Azabu, Minatoku, Tokyo We’re sorry but Kusumoto has permanently closed 😞

21. Kappou Yama

Credit: Halal Japanese restaurant Kappou Yama 割烹やま~ハラル和食~ on Facebook

Technically located in Saitama which is outside of Tokyo city itself, Kappou Yama is worth the journey if you just can’t get enough of Japanese food! The people behind Kappou Yama are dedicated to introducing Japanese cuisine to Muslims. They haven’t left a stone unturned and have tried to incorporate as many popular Japanese foods into their menu as they can. You can only dine in if you’ve made a reservation though so be sure to plan ahead before heading there!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by Japan Halal Foundation)

Contact: +81 04-8711-4119
Opening Hours: 7pm to 9pm (by appointment only), Close every Sunday
Address: 3 Chome-15 Uemine, Chūō-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama, Tokyo 338-0014, Japan

22. Sekai Cafe

The aim of Sekai Cafe is “to serve anyone including people who have diet limitation because of religion and allergies“. ‘Sekai’ means ‘world’ in Japanese and the cafe wants people from all over to world to have their meals together, at the same table. This cosy cafe in Asakusa caters to Muslims, vegetarians, people with allergies and those on an organic food diet! We really enjoyed the lamb steak as well as the grilled vegetable pizza 🙂



If you’re looking for some souvenirs, check out what Sekai Cafe has to offer!

Check out our in-depth review!

#HHWT tip: There’s a prayer space in Sekai too!


Halal Status: Halal meat and vegetarian options available

Contact: +81 3-6802-7300
Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday – 9.30am to 8pm
Friday, Saturday and Eve of PH – 9.30am to 10pm
Closed every 2nd Wednesday
Address: 1 Chome-18-8 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan
Directions: If you’re heading here after visiting Senso-ji, walk about 50m on Nakamise St. from Kaminarimon, then turn left. You will find Sekai Cafe’s blue-green sign.

While travelling in Tokyo, keep a lookout for our #HHWT Recommends stickers at various halal eateries 🙂


We hope you’ll find this useful in your Tokyo travels and do let us know if you have any other halal Japanese food places that you think deserve to get a shout out! Don’t forget to share our guide with your family and friends! 😀

*Muslim-Friendly Restaurants – While the restaurant itself isn’t halal certified, they have Muslim-friendly certification or a halal menu created with consideration towards the Muslim tradition. However, each restaurant has different levels of support, so please confirm with the restaurant itself before you go and dine at your own discretion.


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