Halaal-Friendly cuisine in the Cape

Halaal-Friendly cuisine in the Cape


Saray, meaning Palace in Turkish is an authentic fully halaal Turkish restaurant in the heart of Cape Town. They use  the freshest ingredients for the tastiest mezes, and traditional Turkish dishes. Try their meat and grills cooked to perfection on charcoal grills for a Smokey taste. End your meal in the Turkish way with Baklava and Turkish tea and a sheesha.

Clock Tower Waterfront | Call: 066 430 3391




The sister restaurant to Saray, Eatstanbul is an authentic Turkish food restaurant that’s been boasting fine food and hospitality in Cape Town since 2018. Their food is meticulously prepared by a team of chefs using only the freshest and finest ingredients. As in Turkey, the food is all made fresh to order, per order, meaning that  dishes take a little longer to prepare, but they are worth the wait

64 Kloof Street, Cape Town | Call: 021 422 1989



Bo-Kaap Kombuis

Bo-Kaap Kombuis boasts authentic Cape Malay flavours is situated in the oldest Malay settlement in South Africa.  Nestled between the famous brightly coloured houses, the restaurant offers spectacular views of the area to diners whilst emboding the culture and beauty of the area.

7 August St, Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town | 021 422 5446





Experience the finest Indian cuisine as north meets south in a fiery fusion of exotic and mouth watering North Indian dishes at Bihari Indian Restaurant in Cape Town. South Africa is a melting pot for its many cultures and the Cape Town Bihari Restaurant bear testimony to the magical experience of Indian dining amongst the mother city’s diverse locals. “Indian food has a unique taste, colour, texture, appearance and aroma that appeals to the discerning diner. More importantly, good Indian food can make the difference between a mediocre and an excellent meal. With our qualified chefs who hail from North India, Bihari ensures that you will have an authentic Indian gourmet experience

Southern Sun Hotel, Main Rd, Newlands | 021 674 7186



Utopia newly refurbished roof top dining room invites you taste fresh flavours such as west coast oyesters and locally souces MCC. With amazing viewa of the city on the outside deck. Operators including Chef Pavel Dimitrov (Bulgaria) and Front of House Managers are at your service as they team up with their service ambassadors that will introduce to you to the region whether it be with their niche market wine-maker selection of wines, or whether it be with their locally sourced fresh produce meals which will vary as per how mother nature provides.

40 Chiappini St, De Waterkant, Cape Town | 021 418 3065




District café

District Café is a family-run cosy & elegant Halaal restaurant, situated at the top of Roodebloem Road in Woodstock. The menu offers a range of breakfasts, bagels, tramezzini’s, quesadillas, light meals, burgers, grills, desserts, milkshakes & others, as well as an extensive cake selection.

115 Roodebloem Road Woodstock Cape Town Central  | 021 447 3444




The Capetonian

Enjoy a full dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere, overlooking the vibrant Pier Square. On the Square Restaurant, is strictly Halaal and is renowned for its variety of tasty, locally inspired lunch & dinner buffets and á la carte dishes

Pier Place, Heerengracht Street, Foreshore | 021 405 5670




La Menara

La Menara is a traditional Moroccan restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Based in. At this cosy restaurant located in Harrington street in the CBD, expect the full Moroccan experience and end your meal with Moroccan mint tea of coffee

48 Harrington St, Zonnebloem, Cape Town | 061 583 1892







Sloppy Sam 

Sloppy Sam started in the 1930’s as a humble milk-bar, and now offers a menu influenced by Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours.  Located in Greenpoint, this 20 seater homely restaurant in an old warehouse is home to slow cooked middle eastern and Mediterranean flavour. A favourite amongst locals, this eatery is famous for its generous hospitality and food made with love

28 Hudson St, De Waterkant, Cape Town |  021 421 1000


Quay Four

Located in heart of the Waterfront this restaurant is popular amongst tourists and locals alike, serving a 5 Star array of seafood and grills – from prawns to steaks and everything in between. While their menu does feature pork items, they have two separate kitchens where seafood is prepared in one, grill dishes in the other. So you may want to ask your waiter if your food can be prepared in the Muslim Friendly kitchen

4 Dock Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town | 021 419 2008






Café Zor

Cafe Zor is situated in the historic Bo-Kaap, serving delicious coffee, freshly prepared Cape Malay-inspired meals and encourages customers to relax, listen to some vintage vinyl, or grab a book. Vegans and vegetarians are also catered for

160 Buitengracht St, Cape Town City Centre |


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