Looking for the best halal restaurants in Canary Wharf? I’ve got you covered! Here’s where to find the best halal food in the area. From a local.
Over the years Canary Wharf has grown from a little known Eastside hub to a buzzing metropolis of mesmerizing skyscrapers, award-winning gardens and easily one of London’s most underrated areas.
Of course, if you’re looking for things to do in Canary Wharf, having a good meal should be on the top of that list. And you definitely shouldn’t have to compromise between a delicious restaurant and that one place that’s kinda meh but serves halal (we all know the one).
So, without further ado, here’s the 5 best halal restaurants in Canary Wharf to dine like a true local. Enjoy!
Discovery Dock Apartments West, 2 S Quay Square, London E14 9RT
A meal at Hazev feels like you’ve accidentally stepped into someone’s family kitchen. The Turkish restaurant has long boasted a reputation in the area for its hospitality and some of the best halal food in Canary Wharf.
The decor is bright and airy making for the perfect halal lunch in Canary Wharf. Front of house you’ll find The Hazev Bar fit with waterside views (non-alcoholic drinks available), followed by the restaurant, directly on the water.
If you’re not in the mood for food, you can also lounge in their cafe for an afternoon tea (or coffee, of course).
Don’t worry, if you’re here for the food, the owner confirmed that all menu items are halal. So you can delve into everything from their charcoal-grilled Tavuk Kofte to their creamy Tavuklu Pasta.
Must-Try: Tavuk Kofte
240 Westferry Rd, London E14 3RQ
If you’re looking for a bit of Korea in London, you’ll want to make your was 3KOBROS. Nestled in the financial district, the fresh Korean kitchen is one of the best halal places to eat in Canary Wharf if you’re looking for something a bit different.
All the chicken at 3KOBROS is certified halal. Enjoy Korean classics like their chicken panfried dumplings (Goon Mandoo), bento boxes and hearty Bibimbap bowls.
Must-Try: Teriyaki Chicken Bibimbap
3. Chai Ki
Crossrail Pl, London E14 5AR
As the sister restaurant to Roti Chai, Chai Ki had a lot to prove. But they’ve earned their stripes as one of the best modern Indian soul food spots in East London, and a great halal restaurant in Canary Wharf.
Their chicken and lamb has been confirmed as halal, however its been stated that only select lamb dishes are halal so you’ll want to confirm before you order, depending on what you select.
If Indian staples Chicken Tikka Naan (with a twist) or sweet Karol Bagh Butter Chicken are your fancy, you’ll be well served here. Or you can mix it up with dishes like their Jackfruit Biryani or the Dakshini Platter (steamed rice cakes, spiced lentin soup, aubergine and jackfruit pepper fry).
Wash it all down with their tasty non-alcoholic cocktails. Guava Virgin Martini anyone?
Must-Try: Dakshini Platter
2 Yabsley St, London E14 9RG
Ayanna has taken Canary Wharf by storm with their new take on Jamaican cuisine.
Fusing Carribbean flavours with European influence, you can dine on succulent jerk chicken and plaintains and finish off with Rum & Raisin Gelato.
All their meat is certified halal.
Must-Try: Jerk Chicken Breast or Braised Oxtail
5. Goodman Canary Wharf
3 S Quay Square, London E14 9RU
If you’re looking for a classy meal for the books, look no further than Goodman.
The Canadian steak is available in halal. Which you can pair nicely with their deliciously fresh vegetables and truffle mac n cheese (plus the sauces are impeccable).
Must-Try: Truffle mac n cheese with toasted panko
Map of the Best Halal Restaurants in Canary Wharf
Quick Tips on Finding Halal Restaurants in London
• Sometimes restaurants say they’re halal, then change their menu. Check the most recent updates on halaljoints.com
• Then double-check on the day with your server!
• Don’t forget to explore Canary Wharf after your meal