Michelin starred meals are commonly associated with a hefty price tag. However, not all fine dining meals have to empty out your wallets. We’re proving just that with our guide to halal Michelin starred restaurants in London offering lunch menus for less than £30. Most of these restaurants offer at least two courses so you can fill your stomach without draining your hard earned cash!

Amaya

For £26 per person, the Amaya platter offers six tasting options and a dessert which is the equivalent of three courses. This is also available on the A la Carte menu on weekends. Lunch is served Monday to Saturday from 12.30pm to 2:15pm (last orders 2:30pm) and on Sunday from 12:45pm to 2:45pm (last orders 3.00pm).

Halal Status: Lamb and chicken are halal.

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Image Credit: Amaya

Jamavar

Lunch is served at Jamavar between 12pm and 2.30pm. Two courses are £22 and three courses are £27 (this menu is also available as an early bird dinner option between 5:30pm and 7pm).

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.

Jamavar

Jamavar

Tamarind

Tamarind offers two courses at £21.50 or three courses at £24.50, making it one of the cheapest lunch menus on this list.

Halal Status: Halal chicken and lamb are served. No other meats are listed on their menu.

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Image Credit: Tamarind

Gymkhana

Gymkhana’s lunch menu is served from Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2.30pm. A two course meal is priced at £25 while a three course meal would cost you £30.

Halal Status: Lamb, chicken and goat are halal.

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Image Credit: Gymkhana

Benares

Benares’ Indian street food menu is a sharing menu selection of five dishes for £30 per person (for two people sharing).

Halal Status: Lamb and chicken dishes are halal.

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Image Credit: Benares

View our comprehensive guide to Michelin starred restaurants serving halal meat in London here.