Eating Halal in the City of Love

Discover the Best Places to Eat Halal as a Muslim Traveler in Paris

The French capital is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. With its unique elegance, Paris delights every visitor. The impressive Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Versailles Palace - there are endless beautiful places to discover.

Fashion-savvy women and men, artists and actors from all over the world are coming to the fashion metropolis of Paris, strolling through the streets of the city center, home to the most famous fashion designers.

Multicultural Cuisine

Paris is an absolute dream for all gourmets and lovers of good taste: food is celebrated in France and nowhere is this more noticeable than in the capital. You can enjoy the french cuisine in many picturesque little cafes or in the typical bistros, where pastry chefs are competing for the best baguettes and macarons in the city.

Muslim travelers do not have to do without the culinary art. There are quite a lot of restaurants serving delicious Halal food. Here are some of the best places for a multicultural and tasty experience.


Salon de Thé

Our absolute favorite is the delicious tea salon of the Great Mosque, situated in the Latin Quarters of Paris. The patio of the courtyard unfolds a special charm with its blue mosaic tiles, the fig trees growing between the tables and the tiny sparrows whirling around. Waiters walking around serve peppermint tea, moroccan coffee and sweet pastries. There is also a restaurant in the spacious and comfortable  interior, where oriental dishes are served for lunch and dinner.

After your meal, you can perform your prayer in Paris’ largest mosque, or relax in the hammam.

Address: The entrance is at the corner Rue Daubenton/Rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, 75005 Paris



In the heart of Châtelet Les Halles, formerly the city’s central market, travelers will find countless international restaurants and pubs. After strolling along the lively Rue Rivoli and alongside the river Seine, enjoy traditional lebanese food at Tilal, near to the famous Centre George Pompidou.

Address: Rue Rambuteau 74, 75001 Paris



Le Confidentiel

Tired after visiting Paris' most famous shopping mile? Try absolutely fantastic food in a great atmosphere at Le Confidentiel, just off Champs Élysées! The staff is friendly, humorous and attentive to their guests. Although you will meet more locals than tourists here, it is recommended to book ahead to avoid  long wait.

Address: 6 Rue Robert Estienne, 75008 Paris  


Le Wok Saint Germain

If you are looking for a change from the Mediterranean cuisine, then Le Wok Saint Germain is for you! Just a short walk away from the stunning cathedral Notre-Dame and the Pont Neuf, this tiny restaurant offers authentic and delicious Thai fusion cuisine. Choose either rice or noodles and your favourite sauce and watch your meal being prepared at the open wok station.

Address: 45 Rue Dauphine, 75006 Paris



L’échappée belle

This wonderful restaurant is just short walk from the Bastille, serving a great offer of delicious organic halal food. The place itself is very cosy with a tasteful and warm decor and friendly staff. In the evening there is a also a Shisha bar in the basement: ""Le jardin secret“ - the secret garden.

Address: 7 Rue Boulle, 75011 Paris  


5th Avenue House of Hot Dog

5th Avenue House of Hot Dog is a very small restaurant serving a large selection of excellent halal Hot Dogs just a minute away from Place de la Bastille. Hand cut fries, tasteful dips and equally good bagels.

Address: 11 Rue Jacques Cœur, 75004 Paris  


Le Butcher

Not far away from Arc de Triomphe, American style restaurant Le Butcher serves mainly fresh Burgers and steaks for a reasonably price. Brunch on sundays!

Address: 157 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris  


Paradise Sushi

Have you ever eaten Halal sushi? Paradise Sushi, a Halal Japanese restaurant in Saint Denis, serves fresh, well prepared and colorful sushi dishes. The restaurant also offers home delivery services.

Address:  250 Avenue du President Wilson, 93210 Paris




Sahil is a low cost Indian restaurant located in the heart of the 10th arrondissement near the train station Gare de l’Est. The often unappreciated area is a melting pot of cultures, where you will find Indian, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Arabic and African restaurants offering traditional specialities. Sahil is a great place to enjoy all sorts of curries, masalas, biriyanis and tandooris, served with naan flatbread. Try their mango lassi as well!

Address: 106 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris



Le Baili

Le Baili is a fine little Mexican Halal restaurant situated in the 20th arrondisement of Paris. The savory portions and friendy staff compensates for the location, giving you a warm welcome and happily help you to choose your meal. The burgers are fantastic, the chips are home made and crunchy. Don’t miss their desserts either!

Address: 29 rue Saint Blaise, 75020 Paris



L’As du Fallafel

If you don’t mind eating vegetarian food, you should definitely try this little restaurant right in the Jewish quarter Le Marais. They definitely sell the best Falafel in town. The Falafel special consists of a pita bread stuffed with falafel, vegetables and a tasty sauce. While waiting in line in the narrow street Rue des Rosiers (it’s worth the wait, even if it might take some time!), orders are already taken and paid directly.

Address: 34 rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris



Craving for ice cream? Creamy, sweet or savory, all of their flavors are to die for! Amorino uses all-organic, all-natural ingredients and no artificial flavouring or colour in their stores all over town. The presentation of their cones is beautiful and artistic, a real must in Paris!