The Michelin Guide 2018 has just been announced for the UK and we’ve put together a handy guide to all the London restaurants featured with halal options on their menu.

Note: We have removed Trishna from this list as the restaurant has stated that although halal chicken and lamb are served, they cannot guarantee no cross-contamination between halal and non-halal meats at the time of cooking.

Jamavar – Mayfair

Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Chicken, beef and lamb are halal. Game meats are not halal but there is no cross-contamination between halal and non-halal meats.

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Cuisine: Chinese
Halal status: Chicken and lamb dishes are halal

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Cuisine: French
Halal status: Chicken is halal. One weeks notice required to pre-order different halal meat. Halal and non-halal meats are cooked separately.

Cuisine: European
Halal status: 48 hours notice required to pre-order halal meat.

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Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Halal chicken and lamb are served. No other meats are listed on their menu.

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Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Lamb and chicken dishes are halal

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Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Lamb and chicken served are halal

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Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Lamb and chicken are halal

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Cuisine: Indian
Halal status: Lamb, chicken and goat are halal

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Cuisine: British
Halal status: Chicken can be pre-ordered with 48 hours notice. Lamb served is halal.

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