5 Must Visit Places to Grab Iftar Before Ramadan Ends
Food is on the brain today, and the weather has us in the mood to celebrate Iftar outside with some friends and family, so we thought that while we’re picking, we’d also compile a must visit list of places for you to have Iftar before Ramadan is over! Enjoy!
BIRD – Camden , Islington and Shoreditch BIRD will be serving their full menu this Ramadan at all of their branches for rapid service. Creators of the UK’s first fried chicken and waffle burger, BIRD’s menu also features more of our favourites – flavorsome wings, juicy burgers, cheesy Korean fries and indulgent desserts (we’d recommend the doughnut holes). All of the chicken served at BIRD is halal and Yorkshire-raised.
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The Great Chase – Islington Recently voted as the best restaurant in Clerkenwell and Farringdon in the Time Out Love London Awards. All meat served is halal. Prayer space is available in the restaurant. Book your iftar here.
THE GREAT CHASE
Mamounia Lounge – Knightsbridge For £40pp, Mamounia Lounge’s iftar menu will include a glass of milk or juice, medjool dates and lentil or harira soup followed by a three course meal (including a sharing mezze platter) and Moroccan tea to finish. There is a 10% discount for groups of five people or more. Available at their Knightsbridge branch only. All food served is halal. Book your iftar here.
InterContinental London Park Lane – Park Lane The InterContinental London Park Lane will observe Ramadan with a traditional Iftar. Every night after sunset (from 9pm) you can eat in The Wellington Lounge with with dishes like shish taouk, sumac marinated sea bass, seafood mixed grill and shawarma marinated chicken. It’s £49 for three courses. All food served is halal. Book your iftar here.
INTERCONTINENTAL PARK LANE
Dishoom – King’s Cross Dishoom will be hosting a celebratory iftar on Wednesday 22nd May under West Handyside Canopy, King’s Cross. Guests are asked to purchase tickets for a charitable donation of £12 which goes to Akshaya Patra , a charity working towards eradicating childhood hunger as a barrier to education in India. £12 is enough to feed a child in India school lunches for a whole year. A prayer space will be available. All food served will be halal and this will be an alcohol free event. Book your iftar here.