25 "Halal" restaurants in New York.
Bring your family or a friend who perpetually craves roasted lamb, and have a quintessential NYC meat experience at this Yemeni spot on Atlantic Ave.
Yun Cafe & Asian Mart is a takeout stall in the Roosevelt Avenue subway station serving fantastic Burmese cold salads, noodle dishes, and soups.
Balady, a Lebanese staple in Bay Ridge, is one of the best halal markets in Brooklyn.
Au Za’atar is a party-time Lebanese restaurant in the East Village where you can order a shawarma tower for a group.
Al Aqsa is a fantastic Bangladeshi spot in Parkchester with a seemingly endless display window of things to eat.
Asian Taste 86 is a halal Indonesian spot in Elmhurst. Make sure to order the bakwan campur noodle soup.
Queen Sheeba is a Yemeni spot in Harlem with excellent lamb haneeth and babaganoush.
Sami’s Kebab House in Astoria makes lots of delicious things, but the Afghan kebabs are (unsurprisingly) the first thing you should order.
Tallgrass is a halal burger spot in the East Village that’s great for lunch, a casual dinner, or takeout.
Dera is a halal Pakistani spot in Jackson Heights with some of the best halwa poori around,
Taci’s Beyti in Midwood is one of the best Turkish restaurants in the city. Make sure to order as many kebabs as you can.
Fatima’s halal kitchen is a great Chinese spot in Astoria. They also have excellent fried chicken, which we very much support.
The Soul Spot serves Southern and Caribbean food in a small counter-service space near Borough Hall in Brooklyn.
Nurlan is a casual, halal Uyghur restaurant in Flushing with great laghman hand-pulled noodles.