Kentish Town Halal Restaurants London Indian Ramen

Diverse Halal cuisine to enjoy in London’s Kentish Town

Kentish Town is known for its food, its diversity of cuisines, and its funky attitude, as well as a number of outstanding Halal eateries.

Though we might be in lockdown, here’s four very exciting and contrastive cuisines to consider for both delivery and collection services.

Ranging from bowls of ramen and Indian street food, to Caribbean and award-winning kebabs, here’s the ones to look out for.


Award winning barbeque Chef Abdul Yaseen's Barbers Bazaar

Chef Abdul Yaseen, multi-award winning cook and arguably the UK’s most decorated Muslim chef

Award-winning Chef Abdul Yaseen is the man behind his second Barbers Bazaar which is operating as a successful dark kitchen.

One of the UK’s leading Muslim chefs is creating gastronomic magic from a dedicated industrial kitchen on Regis Road, with delivery available through Just East and Deliveroo.

Inspired by the ancient food markets of Indian, enjoy dishes like their fiery Devil Tandoori Wings, slow cooked Lamb Saag Bhuna Masala, Bengali Chingri Prawns Mustard & Coconut, and Sev Papdi Chaat.

HALAL STATUS Fully Halal food menu

Babuji Indian Kentish-Town London Halal

Babuji on 343 Kentish Town Road have been inspired by a South Asian street food concept with dishes like Dhal Makhni and roti, as well as the quintessential street food staple Vada Pav – a spicy potato patties sandwiched between soft buttery buns with a generous amount of chilli and green chutney.

HALAL STATUS Fully Halal food menu • Alcohol served

E.Mono (Turkish) Kentish Town, London

E. Mono hit the lime light in 2011 when Times’ food critic Giles Coren (all the rage back then) mentioned this unassuming eatery as his new go-to kebab fix destination.

Located on 285-287 Kentish Town Road, be sure to try E. Mono’s famous Mix Grill which comprises everything the award-winning joint has to offer, with mixed lamb and chicken shawarma, lamb and chicken shish, and a lamb kofte kebab.


Moi Moi Island Camden Town West Indian

Credit: Moi Moi Island

The guys behind long-standing Guanabana in London’s Camden Town and Europe’s first Filipino ice cream parlour Mamasons, are also behind West African and Caribbean Moi Moi Island.

Situated on 81 Kentish Town Road, the menu is centred around signature food plates, which come in two sizes: small and regular, and in five varying choices: suya beef, oxtail bowl, vegan bowl, jerk chicken, and curry lamb.

HALAL STATUS Fully Halal food menu • Alcohol served

Ramo Raman Halal restaurant Filipino Japanese Camden London

Located on 157 Kentish Town Road is Ramo Ramen, the UK’s first Ramen restaurant to offer an entirely Halal food menu.

And the people behind the Caribbean fast food place Moi Moi Island above are the ones behind this cosy little 30-cover Japanese/ Filipino restaurant.

Watch out for their award-winning Oxtail Kare Kare ramen, as well  as bowls like the tamarind broth-based Sinigang Ramen, Spicy Tempura Shrimp & Clams, Chicken Sopas with pulled adobo chicken, and the Lamb Tantanmen Ramen.

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