Best Burger In London Halal – Although halal burgers have become somewhat infamous among the halal foodie community, there is still something satisfying about the cheesy, meaty, Omamite flavor that a classic burger contains. So, where are the best halal burgers in London? Read below to find some of our favorites!
I first tried Feroz’s creation at a street food festival a few years ago and this burger was good. Shredded steak with tiny pockets of melted beef fat that burst with every bite, all in a soft buttery brioche bun. The Smash burger has changed a bit since 2017, but this incredible burger still has a spot on their menu and comes with American cheese, ketchup, mustard, pickles, and fried shallots. Simple but delicious. Get there early to avoid the queues!
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Owned by Feroz Gajia of Bake Street, Manna is a great burger and fried chicken joint in the newly opened Arcade Food Hall on Oxford Street. Sure, you can tell it’s the same burger, but the addition of pickled jalapeños, hot oil, creamy grits, and double cheese really makes this a special burger that stands out from the hundreds of halal burgers in town.
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Halal Status: All meat served at Manna is Halal. No pork, but alcohol is on site.
As a tribute to their grandmother, Nanny Bill’s has been selling their hand-pressed burgers to the masses since 2015. A few years ago they introduced halal items to their menu and they have been a cult favorite among some of us halalarians ever since! A popular item is the hot box burger, which comes with two beef patties, sweet onion jam, jalapeños, cheddar cheese, and chipotle sauce. The best part? Pillow soft bun – a rare find in the land of brioche buns.
Halal status: Beef, brisket and chicken are halal. Don’t forget to ask for the bacon to be removed. Pork and alcohol available.
The Red Iron was the UK’s first halal burger in 2012, and perhaps they got their spot on this list because of nostalgia. Or maybe because their halal gourmet burgers are still great and going strong 10 years later. Their produce is imported fresh every morning and you can’t go wrong with their signature Red Iron Burger.
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Smash n Slide has a certain charm. Maybe it’s because they’re only open a few days a week, or it’s strictly a takeaway, meaning you might not be able to wait until you get home to eat your burger. They offer the classic smashed burger and we recommend starting with the double patty original to really get a taste of what the hype is all about! Now they also offer a gluten-free sandwich.
Patty & Bun is a favorite burger joint for Londoners thanks to their super juicy messy burgers and they have recently started offering halal options in select branches for us hungry Muslims! There are no plates; you eat your burger in the packaging it came in – useful for collecting all the delicious burger juices. For you Entourage fans out there, the Ari Gold burger might just be your new favorite halal burger in town! The steak is standard medium-rare and is topped with lots of cheese, pickled onions, lettuce, tomatoes and homemade smoky mayonnaise. Simple yet delicious.
Hotel Berkeley has a kids menu that is so good you might consider taking the kids on your next date night. Their Angus beef sliders made it the best halal burgers in London for me – juicy bite sized beef patties stuffed into a mini brioche with a simple slice of tomato and lettuce and cheese of course. It’s the perfect solution if you can’t eat a whole burger – don’t forget to bring the kids!
Do you know of another place that serves the best halal burgers in London? Let us know in the comments below!
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Slightly more expensive, the classic Fatburger is still the closest thing to an authentic American burger in London. The options usually mean more burger patties, and if you have a post-Ramadan binge, no one will complain.
A relative newcomer, Brioche Burger is worth a trip to the end of the Victoria Line for its wide range of tasty offerings. Walthamstow is full of fast food places, they even have a halal Nando’s now, but this is a real burger joint serving good burgers. Be sure to try the Wagyu beef dishes, which are a real treat.
On a recent trip to the Boondocks, we gave one of our editors the Ultimate Stax Challenge and he let us down. Unsurprisingly, have a look at one of their “regular” burgers and you’ll get an idea of the portions going on here. Buffalo Monster is for buffalo sauce purists.
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You know what it’s like when you fast, you crave anything and everything. No matter how hungry you are, this is a great burger that you will fight no matter how hungry you are. Stax prides itself on its well-deserved reputation for serving “the nastiest burgers in town,” so maybe not one for a date.
We wouldn’t normally recommend a themed restaurant as a place to go, but Band of Burgers is an exception. With a “set list” instead of a menu, the meal is completely dominated by the music. The star of the show is this beauty, a Wagyu beef burger served with bone marrow on the side. It will send chills down your spine.
Winners of the 2017 National Burger Awards, Beef and Lamb bring together the suppliers of delicious South London burgers (and other industries) in this epic meat showdown. Meat & Shake also has some surprises that are best discovered for yourself, but don’t forget to order the Smoking Bandit. Your Instagram feed will then disappear from the chain.
Street food doesn’t have to be just halloumi fries and crumbly wraps, as Baba G’s proves with this giant burger. Stacked, in every way, the sidewalk aficionados at Bhangra Burger have a Naga Delhi Double on offer, and apparently it’s so big it’ll “hurt your jaw at the end”. We like it…
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Don’t worry, we haven’t gone crazy for a while. This is not just another baptized mushroom that is often the default when halal meat is omitted from the list of options. There’s a hearty beef patty, topped with shaved truffle, olive chutney, and, yes, mushrooms. Other toppings include turkey bacon, another one of those staple concepts we’d usually turn down if it weren’t damn good.
Chicken burgers have a bit of a bad reputation due to the huge range on the average high street. If you’re craving chicken tonight, tomorrow, or anytime, BIRD is the place to go.
Is it a burger or not? The debate is still raging, but no one doubts how good this pulled lamb dish is. Dishoom is getting stronger, with several branches in London in recent years (as well as one now in Edinburgh), but you’ll have to head east to Shoreditch to get a taste of this beauty. It’s just as well that the sides are on the light side as the bun and there is more than enough filling.
Did we miss any of your favorites? Do you agree or disagree with our tips? Let us know what you think!
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