Planning a trip to Melbourne but not sure where to find purely halal food? Just scroll down and learn about some best food points that offer halal food.
Melbourne is a culturally rich city that hosts a range of foreign cultures too besides their own and hence diversity and variety is the key trait of the city. As far as foods and cuisines are concerned; being the home to a large number of Muslim communities, the Aussie’s capital offers everything from halal meat to veggies and halal drinks to cater the needs of a Muslim.
Though the city homes some separate; utterly Halal bistros too but there are other local points as well that also provide Halal foods. Some of these food points are listed below!!!
Owned by the celebrity chef George Calombaris’s this delicious Greek hangout serves up some scrumptious Halal foods. Just go for Gazi’s mouthwatering and crispy lambs’ brains that come with blackened leeks and pickled grapes or settle on souvlaki, a famous neo-Greek street food that involves chicken for a more traditional taste. Other dishes like lamb cutlets; whole-lamb snapper cooked on the wood fire and Saganaki Sliders also worth-tasting.
Set in the bustling Melbourne’s CBD, Sear dishes up Australia’s most flavorful American cooking. Their menu list features almost everything from beef to lamb. Furthermore, some lip smacking snack options to satisfy your untimely food carvings include triple-cooked chips, the baklava and chocolate marquise.
Raised by Andrew McConnell, Supernormal is yet another hot Halal food point nestled down in BD. They offer popular Asian dishes especially the all-time favorite lamb dishes. Besides, they also add Halal meat in other dishes too so it would be a wise choice to investigate what’s Halal-friendly is available on the particular day. Other regional flavors they offer include Japanese, Chinese and Korean savors.
Operating in the town for more than 10 years; Red Spice Road has handsomely established its repute as the Melbourne’s best point to endow with a range of tasty and delectable Asian food. Just try out their Malaysian duck curry and the crispy chicken wings to get a taste you have never experienced before.
When it comes to Melbourne’s upmost Lebanese food point, Tiba’s takes the cake. They serve lamb cutlets, quail/chicken wings, Kafta and Lebanese sausages in a bustling dining hall. Moreover; the customers may also choose to take the food away to get it supplied at home through their online home delivery service.
Moroccan Soup Bar is your destination if you are looking for a place where you can experience a real Moroccan taste without breaking down on budget. Their unique menu includes a wide range of vegetarian dishes and the special chicken pea. They also give take away service for the comfort of their customers.
Supervised by renowned chef Shane Delia this Lebanese restaurant offers a perfect combo of Australian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Just go and enjoy their latest taste sensation in lavishly décored surrounding.
4Fingers Crispy Chicken is a Singaporean chain of restaurants aimed at providing irresistible hiken snacks all around the world. So whenever you feel like experiencing the crispy halal goodness just chase 4Fingers Crispy Chicken and you will get everything you were looking for.
Operating in the town since last 35 years, Alba’s is a gastronomic legend which has been working at the same location since inception. Owned by a Lebanese, Alba’s elegantly dines up local and continental dishes most popularly dips, sausages, lamb-dishes and purely Lebanese recipes like fattoush, falafel, kafta mishwee and burghal kibbee nayeh.