Late Openings and Special Ramadan Menus in London Fo the past few years we’ve been publishing a guide to late openings and special menus at halal restaurants in London during Ramadan. We’re back with our 2017 guide to where to have iftar and suhoor in London. We’ll be updating this list as the month goes on! To read more articles like this, download our digital magazine here. Boondocks – Old Street Halal Gems will be hosting an iftar on Saturday 10th June from 8pm at Boondocks. Join us as we hear from the incredible Yassmin Abdel-Magied – a Sudanese-Australian mechanical engineer, writer and social advocate. Boondocks’ iftar menu includes starters at your table, one main, one side, a dessert and one drink for £21.50pp. All food served is halal and organic. Separate prayer spaces will be provided for men and women. Click here to book . Can’t join us on the 10th? Don’t worry, you can enjoy iftar at Boondocks all month long. You can book your iftar here . BIRD – Camden , Islington and Shoreditch BIRD will be serving iftar all Ramadan at their Camden, Islington and Shoreditch branches. The set menu of £21.50pp includes six wings with any sauce or glaze, choice of fried chicken & waffles or a fried chicken burger, fries, one glazed doughnut and a house soft drink. All of the chicken served at BIRD is free range and halal. Click here to book your iftar at BIRD. . Darjeeling Express – Top Floor, Kingly Court, Carnaby Darjeeling Express doesn’t open until the 27th of June but on the 16th of June Asma Khan will be offering free iftar to the first 100 people who email her. Each iftar pack will have dal phulki, kala channa and Calcutta chicken chaap with pulao and will be available for collection only between 6pm and 9pm. Asma will also be distributing food packs to the homeless community and hostels. Email her at email@example.com to reserve an iftar pack. All food served is halal. Tabun Kitchen – Soho The Jerusalem iftar menu at Tabun Kitchen includes five courses at £40pp. We’d recommend the ‘Fatet Jaj Chicken’ as your main course! Mamounia Lounge – Knightsbridge For £40pp, Mamounia Lounge’s iftar menu will include a glass of milk or juice, dates and 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. Dates are available upon request at their Mayfair branch. All food served is halal. Band of Burgers – Brick Lane Band of Burgers’ £20 iftar menu includes three starters, one burger from five daily options plus BOB’s hand-cut fries, two hot wings, dessert of the week, one soft drink and homemade lemonade. Advance booking is required. All food served is halal. Brioche Burger – Walthamstow Brioche Burger will be open until 1.30am, Thursdays – Sundays during Ramadan with a special sehri menu. A prayer space is available. All food served is halal. The Meat Co – Shepherd’s Bush The Meat Co offers complimentary dates, yoghurt, water and soup for breaking your fast. The Meat Co has a separate halal menu for diners. Fatburger – Wembley Fatburger Wembley will close at midnight on weekdays starting Thursday 1st June and will operate the following closing times on weekends: 1am on 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th June and 2am on 17th, 18th, 23rd and 24th June. All food served is halal. Chiquen – Wood Green Chiquen will be offering free salsa and tortilla chips during Ramadan. All food served is halal. Guanabana – Camden The Ramadan menu at Guanabana includes fruity dates, nachos, hot & tangy chickpeas quinoa stuffed jalapeño, wings, empanadas and GB mini loafs. The Ramadan platter also includes fresh home made lemonade. All food served is halal. 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 cheese sambousik, shish tahouk, lamb manakish, sumac marinated sea bass with onion and chick peas and batata harrah with chilli and garlic. It’s £45 for three courses. All food served is halal. Dishoom – King’s Cross Dishoom will be hosting an iftar on the 21st of June as part of London Food Month, hosted by their executive chef, Naved Nasir at their King’s Cross branch. Guests are asked to make a minimum donation of £30 towards Seeds of Peace, a charity helping teenagers from regions of conflict learn the skills of making peace. All food served is halal. Meat & Shake – Tooting , Ealing Broadway and Watford Meat & Shake will be offering a Ramadan menu of lamb barbacoa, jackfruit carnitas and jerk chicken tacos at all three branches. These will be topped with queso, sriracha mayo, roasted cauliflower and pickled red cabbage. Prices are one for £2.25, two for £4 and three for £5.50. Pie Republic – Forest Gate Pie Republic will be open until 2.30am this Ramadan. There is a mosque on the same road. Kenza – Liverpool Street Open your fast at Kenza with a special iftar menu. There are two options at £22.95 and £34.95 per person (minimum two guests). Open Iftar 2017 by the Ramadan Tent Project – Malet Street Gardens Based at Malet Street Gardens, the Ramadan Tent Project’s Open Iftar invites the public at large, Muslims and non-Muslims, to break fast together at dusk. Find them every day during Ramadan in London and 10th – 14th June in Manchester. All food served is halal. The Big Iftar – West London Synagogue Join the Jewish and Muslim community for iftar at the West London Synagogue on Tuesday 30th May. Click here to reserve your free ticket . All food served is halal.