Halal, which means permissible in Arabic, is frequently applied to food and drinks, referring to meals and ingredients that adhere to Islamic law. In our region, we’re spoiled with halal options, but finding halal-certified foods when traveling abroad can prove to be a challenge. Fortunately, there are a number of halal-approved restaurants and cafés popping up in all corners of major cities, including London and New York. From tantalizing treats to homemade delicacies, read on for five Instagram accounts showcasing mouthwatering halal meals you need to follow now.
Founded by a 25-year-old economics graduate from the UK known as “halal girl” to her 35,000 followers. This food blogger’s Instagram feed features beautifully styled images of tempting dishes. What sets her profile apart is that she travels the globe in search of halal cuisine, handpicking her favorite haunts from London and Dubai to Mumbai and Costa Rica. She also has her own food blog, where she offers reviews of restaurants.
This blog was founded by medical student Ayesha Razak. The food connoisseur, who hails from London, has garnered more than 30,000 Instagram followers, who flock to her page for her halal food reviews, recipes, and travel inspo. Although she is based in the UK, Razak’s reviews aren’t strictly confined to the borders of England, featuring enticing dishes from Malaysia, Paris, and beyond.
???? LAST KOPEK!! ???? Making plans for the final week of 2017? Head down to @kumoya_singapore for the final week of the special Miffy Visits Kumoya pop-up cafe! • Plenty of Miffy-themed dishes including the amazeballs Shibuya Toast! But don't worry – no bunnies were harmed in the making of these dishes ???? • Kumoya is closed on Christmas but head down ASAP okay. Special Miffy pop-up ends on 31 December!! Check out the full post at www.thehalalfoodblog.com or click on the link in our bio! • #MiffyMeetsKumoya #Kumoya #popup #cafe #supportlocal #singapore #makan #halal #halalsg #sghalal #thehalalfoodblog #welovetoeat
The Halal Food Blog is run by Adam Shah and his wife, Maryah Qubt, who started it in 2012 because of a lack of articles and information catering to people seeking halal food. Soon after, the Singapore-based foodies took to Instagram to visually express this idea. Featuring everything from Darth Vader-inspired cupcakes to traditional Indonesian cuisine, it’s a must-follow.
This restaurant-finding account promotes halal-certified treats across the UAE, UK, and cities around the globe. The aim is to provide food aficionados with ideas for places to eat, get takeaways, or get food delivered, ensuring that each option suggested is halal.
2018 is already seeing lots of exciting new halal cafés that have opened their doors in Klang Valley, and we’ve got our eyes on 5 of them! ????☕️ Check out link in bio to start planning for your next café-hopping adventure ????????: (bit.ly/HHWTMYNewCafes) Photo credit: @podgykurau #hhwt #havehalalwilltravel
Have Halal, Will Travel is a blog by four friends who met during a student exchange in Seoul. The idea to launch a halal food platform took root when the friends realized that their halal food options were very limited. The platform later moved to Instagram, where it has accumulated a following of 66,000, who are constantly kept up-to-date with the latest and greatest halal food spots dotted around the world, with a few picturesque travel pictures thrown into the mix.
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