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Halal Breakfasts in London


If the question you are asking is Where Can I get a decent halal breakfast in London, then look no further. From a Halal Full English to the classics like eggs benedict, there are loads of places that offer decent breakfast options. There are 100’s of places to get eggs benedict and other popular non-meat breakfast/brunch’s so I have not mentioned those.

I’ve featured a selection of places I’ve been to. Most of the places are in East London. If you know any more then please comment below or send me an email or tweet.

As best to my knowledge all of the places are either fully Halal or part Halal. However, the menu and suppliers can change without notice so always check ahead. 

East London

Pie Factory Ilford

Probably my most visited and a favourite spot for breakfast, always consistent, food standards are high and the prices are very good value for money

My rating9.5/10

Coffee Garden

473 High Rd Leytonstone, Leytonstone, London E11 4JU

My rating8/10

Cobbers Cafe

Address: 241 Fore St, London N18 2TY

My rating 8.5/10

Here’s a new fully halal and HMC cafe located in North London called @cobblers.cafe

The cafe is cosey and has been decorated nicely with a strong floral theme. The menu has a wide range of popular breakfast and brunch items, I went for the Mediterranean breakfast (£11) American Pan Cakes £12 and Nutella French toast £9.50. The breakfast items were freshly made and good in portion size. I did find the sujuk in the Mediterranean breakfast a little tough and wasn’t the best but they said they are made in-house and not processed. There are also other items available so there are options for everyone.

Querky Cafe

They have 3 locations so we decided to visit the closest one to us in Forest Gate.

When we got there I was a little surprised to find such a small cafe.. However, they told me to walk down the side which lead us to a lovely secret indoor garden dining area.

The menu has the Classic English breakfast as well a low-carb Keto Breakfast option as well and there’s also some brunch options like chicken N waffles.

We went for a Big Breakfast which was actually enough for the 2 of us, all fresh and well made in particular the hash brown. You can also swap out items, we swapped the turkey rashers for grilled Halloumi.

Been a while since I had chicken N waffles and I enjoyed this dish. I was expecting something premade but the waffle and chicken tasted fresh and homemade.

Ordering and payment are done via your phone and the system worked well. The staff were genuinely friendly and the service was good.

There are no fruit juices on the menu and no eggs Royale etc style dishes but, they have smoothies and other options.

I’ll definitely be back again. All food halal. No alcohol. I paid for my meal and was not invited.

Address: 180 Forest Ln, London E7 9BB
Other locations
Address: 23 High St, London E17 7AD
Address: 110 Watney St, London E1 2QE

My rating8.5/10

Mii Chai Ilford

The place is spacious with good seating and a simple menu. I ordered
Full English breakfast £6.99
Desi Breakfast £6.79
Nutella French Toast £4.49
Masala Chips £3.49

The English breakfast was clean and not greasy, they used good quality chicken sausages and the baked beans had a masala twist, however, I wasn’t impressed with the way they dumped the eggs broken and upside down on the plate

The desi breakfast, is an Indian omelette (they sneakily add on 80p if you want one fully loaded) with a choice of roti or paratha.

The French toast was a bit Meh and I wasn’t keen on the masala Chips.

I went for breakfast, but there are loads of other cafe-style foods available.

Address: 125 Ilford Ln, Ilford IG1 2RN

My rating5.5/10

De Cafe Lounge

Address: 14 Barking Rd, East Ham, London E6 3BP

My rating7/10

Blu Ivy

Here’s a cute cafe right by the water near Victoria Park Hackney/Bethnal Green @bluivycafe is a cafe that has halal options available

We ordered the Vegetarian Full English, French toast and Halal American Fantasy

The food was good and I was impressed with the portion for the pancakes, in particular, the number of halal turkey rashers, there must have been 10 pieces. The French toast had too much Berry compote, it made the bread soggy and overpowered the dish. Really liked the vegetarian English Breakfast, especially the roast potatoes.

The halal full English which I didn’t order is priced at £12.95 which is a bit steep for breakfast food, but you are paying for the picturesque location which looks amazing on a sunny day.

Halal items are clearly labelled. I confirmed with staff who stated, that non-halal items are cooked Separate. As most customers order the halal English breakfast, that’s cooked on the grill and non-halal items are cooked in pans separately from the main grill.

I paid for my meal in full. Not an invite. Went as a normal customer.

Address: Block C, 24 Stoneway Walk, Globe Town, London E3 5SH

My rating7/10

Grounded Coffee Company

Address: 9 Whitechapel Rd, London E1 1DU

My rating7.5/10

Bake St

Address: 58 Evering Rd, London N16 7SR

My rating7/10

The Gourmet Hut

Weekends Only

Address: 81 Cavell St, Whitechapel, London E1 2BQ

No rating, my last visit was 7 years ago

Fat Cafe

73-75 Goodmayes Rd, Ilford IG3 9UB


Moral Cafe

One of the first halal breakfast spots to open, i have been going here since 2015, but their standards did drop around 2018,

Forward to 2022 and they are under new management, I decided to go and check them out and things are back to the way things were.

Nothing special here. But the cafe is clean, the portions are big and the food is of a good standard. All breakfasts come with a drink. Just simple and good. As halal breakfasts should be

Address: 313 High Rd, Ilford IG1 1NR

My rating7.5/10

Pie Republic

Till 4pm on Weekends

Address: 80 Upton Ln, London E7 9LW

HashTag Cafe

Another Halal breakfast spot in East London for you today. Last week I checked out @hashtagcafe.london (a recommendation from a follower) located in Seven Kings, Ilford

Full English Breakfast £8
French Toast £7
Sheik kebab Paratha Roll £4
Strawberry and mango smoothie £4

The Best item was the French toast. It’s hard to find this level in East London, it’s something you normally find in Central. The toast was thick, soft and really tasty. The addition of the fruits, mascarpone and maple syrup worked really well. Definitely recommend.

The full English was okay, I wasn’t too keen on the quality of the beef sausages, the mushrooms were bland and one of my eggs was overcooked. However, rather than not say anything as I did with bad eggs from mi Chai last week, I asked for a new egg and this was replaced with no fuss within a minute. The only good element was the hash browns, these were good.

I also enjoyed the paratha roll, a simple low-cost dish that tasted good. There are desi Breakfasts available and maybe I’ll try them another time.

The venue is clean, and modern and has floral elements to help create a nice atmosphere. The service was also good as well.

Overall, a good breakfast spot that’s worth checking out. Free one-hour parking is available outside via ringgo app or park for 90mins in Aldi. Fully halal. I paid for this meal and the staff were unaware of who I was

Address: 701A High Rd, Seven Kings, Ilford IG3 8RH

My rating7/10


Halal menu on request.

Westfield Stratford city, Ground Floor, 123 The Street Shopping Centre, London E20 1EN

Fiore Dell Amore
192a Brick Ln, London E1 6SA

North London

Rabbit Hole Cafe

Address: 411A Holloway Rd, London N7 6HJ

My rating8/10

Rabbit Hole

Here are some spots that serve breakfast and brunch, but I have not personally been to them.


16 Blackhorse Ln, London E17 6HJ

Central London

I have not visited these places…

83 Duke St, London W1K 5PF

5-7 Tottenham St, London W1T 2AG

The Terrace by L’Opera
232-236 Brompton Rd, South Kensington, London SW3 2BB

Lumi Cafe Camden
82 Camden High St, London NW1 0LT

Soho (no. 34no. 60) / Shepherd’s Bush / Kensington / Stratford

South London

Apple Blue Patisserie
212 Balham High Rd, London SW12 9BS

Coffee Max, Tooting
242 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17 7EX

West London

Makan cafe
270 Portobello Rd, London W10 5TY

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  1. You may have found Meds awful but it’s still a halal breakfast option so should be on your list. Let people judge for themselves. Meds also have a new branch in Plaistow. I’ve been to Meds 4 times and it’s standard 6.5/10 for their full English but if you’re in the area then give it a try. They have very friendly service.

  2. If you are ever south of the river, check out Coffee Max in Tooting. Everything on the menu is halal and the do a full English breakfast

  3. Salam! Thanks for the suggestions! I’m an American going to the UK for the 1st time, staying in London, near Kensington (touristy lol) any suggestions for a place offering a halal/zabiha English breakfast ? JAK!

  4. Im sorry but this is quite disappointing. Most of these are hardly just in London. They’re all East London. You should’ve written that. Some people including myself, who live in north, south or west London find these places difficult to reach. Disappointed. Please make a more accurate one for the whole of London, or specific separate ones for east, west, south and north.


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