Muslims make up the second biggest religious group in the UK, which makes the increased demand for halal food and restaurants understandable. There are a number of restaurants in Reading, Berkshire that serve halal food, from Indian to Mexican cuisines.
For those looking for halal restaurants in the area we have complied a list.
Halal restaurants in Reading
A long list of delicious halal food, from spiced lamb sausages to shish taouk.
The restaurant in London Street, Reading is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is also able to cater large events which can be booked here.
Comptoir Libanais is a Lebanese chain restaurant which opened a branch along the Riverside at The Oracle in 2017.
The canteen serves a range of dishes, from hot mezze and wraps to meals from the grill which have been certified halal.
You can book a table and look at the menu online.
There are two of these popular late night chicken shops in Reading.
One is located in Oxford Road, Reading town centre, while the other can be found in Wokingham Road, Reading.
The fast food restaurant offers a range of chicken dishes as well as pizzas and burgers.
Fernando’s Peri Peri hasn’t been open for long, and has a lot of competition at its location in Oxford Road, Reading town centre.
Despite this the fast food restaurant is usually packed with diners tucking into seasoned chips and chicken.
The Soju in King’s Walk, King Street, Reading is a restaurant that serves authentic Koreon barbecue to its customers.
Diners are able to grill their meals at the table, with some dishes being halal and are clearly labeled on the menu.
This family run restaurant actually has three restaurants in Berkshire.
Miah’s Garden Of Gulab in Wokingham Road, Miah’s Spencers Wood in Basingstoke Road, Spencers Wood and Miahs Of Pangbourne in Reading Road, Pangbourne, Berkshire.
The Indian restaurants serves a range of dished using halal meat.
Located in King’s Road in Reading town centre, this restaurant serves meat that is certified halal.
The Reading branch is part of a chain of restaurants serving traditional South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisine.
The popular chain Las Iguanas serves a mix of Mexican, Brazilian and South American cuisine.
Chicken (excluding kids Chicken bites), lamb and duck are halal at all of their branches.
Fancy visiting the restaurant, you can book online or just turn up to their Reading location in The Riverside at The Oracle.
Bina Tandoori in Prospect Street, Caversham, Berkshire has an all halal buffet on offer.
The restaurant hosts a Sunday buffet weekly from midday until 10pm, charging £9.95 for adults and £6.95 for children under 10.
You can book a table here.
The eatery in King’s Road, Reading serves kebabs, chicken, burgers and more.
Kings Grill serves halal options, and acts as the perfect late night stop for some, as it doesn’t close until 5am on Saturdays.
Benny’s Gourmet is Reading’s first halal burger joint, also offering milkshakes, hot dogs, sandwiches and pasta.
The American-style restaurant isn’t only a good stop for dinner but is open for breakfast and lunch too.
The restaurant can be found in Oxthorn House in Oxford Road, Reading.
The Indian bar and restaurant House of Flavours in King’s Road, Reading offers meat on hot griddles, regional curries and buffet lunches.
Food offered is halal, and the bar offers a range of mocktails as well.
Hose of Flavours was even awarded the getreading Best Curry House Readers’ Choice in 2015 and 2017.
Roosters Piri Piri
Roosters Piri Piri is a franchise that has two branches in Reading, one in West Street, and the other in London Road.
Reporter James Aldridge visited the branch in town when on the hunt for the best chicken shop and gave it four stars.
Wolf in Broad Street, Reading serves popular Italian street food.
The restaurant that offers collection-only takeaway through Hungry House and Just Eat has been labeled on both sites as providing halal options.