Jamavar – Mayfair
The lunch menu here is around £30 and is delightful. Each course has a different innovative flavour, and the staff are wonderful.
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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The Ritz London
The Ritz is a British institution, and being able to eat both chicken and lamb here is great. An intriguing menu along with the kudos of being served at this location makes it a strong contender for the Top Five.
Halal status: 48 hours notice required to pre-order halal meat.
Gavin La Chapelle
Its still quite hard to find good halal French food in London, so Galvin is a unique part of the Top Five. The restaurant serves Sunday lunch at £34.50 for a traditional plate of roast along with that all important Yorkshire pudding. A great option for a long lunch.
Halal status: Chicken is halal. One week notice required to pre-order different halal meat. Halal and non-halal meats are cooked separately.
Kai – Mayfair
Kai is a great place to enjoy some Chinese food with some spectacular plating. Look out for anything with crispy rice vermicelli – its like art on a plate.
Halal status: Chicken and lamb dishes are halal
Launched by the team behind Trishna, Gymkhana is one of a tradition of high-quality Indian restaurants. They’ve got some interesting takes on traditional items here, like the Stewed Fig Kheer or Kid Goat Keema.
Halal status: Lamb, chicken and goat are halal
Note: All these restaurants serve alcohol.
For a guide to where to find halal Michelin starred food check out our post here.