TOP 5 HALAAL RESTAURANTS IN CAPE TOWN 2018

Every year we run a poll to find out who our readers think is the best halaal restaurant in Cape Town. 2018 has been monumental in the halaal scene in South Africa. We have seen more restaurant chains recognise the benefits of going halaal and accessing the untapped Muslim market. The votes are now in and we are ready to announce the favourite Halaal Restaurant in Cape Town as voted for by you.

 

If you’ve participated on the blog or one of the Hungry for Halaal social media platforms, thank you for your vote. A winner has been drawn and will be enjoying a luxury weekend for 2 at the Southern Light Guesthouse in Constantia.

Hungry for Halaal Top 5 Restaurants 2018

Congratulations to Faheema Goolam who has won the awesome prize from Southern Light Guesthouse.

 

Here follows the Hungry for Halaal readers vote of the top 5 most loved restaurants in Cape Town.

 

5th

Kahvé Road
Kahve Road has brought a luxury lifestyle coffee shop experience to Cape Town. Find them at Cavendish Square as well as in Somerset West Mall.
Full review here.

4th

District Cafe
This popular spot in Woodstock has a loyal following and is great for casual lunches in the week and steaks & grills on the weekend.
Full review here.

3rd

Saray
Turkish cuisine lovers will find an authentic Turkish and middle eastern experience at Saray. Complete with a seperate deck where shisha can be ordered off the menu and enjoyed.
Full review here.

2nd

The Butcher’s Wife
  A small but hugely popular eatery in the heart of Athlone on Belgravia Road. This family business has perfected their menu of craft pizzas, delicious pastas and finger licking steaks and grills.
Full review here.

 

And at No1!

Syriana
  This casual middle eastern and Syrian restaurant has proved to be a peoples’ favourite. They have a young and loyal following and are a popular choice for groups and celebrations. Along with a traditional menu, they often have more trendy mocktails and shakes as well as shisha.
Full review here.

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