What exactly does Halal mean? Many people in Austria have already heard about the term, but it is often unclear what is meant by it. Generally speaking, Halal refers to the dietary laws that are rooted in Islam. Translated from Arabic, this word means “allowed” and means things that are permitted under Islamic law. In Vienna you will find a large selection of Halal restaurants serving Halal food.
In addition to the Arabic restaurants, Halal-style meat is also prepared in Turkish and African cuisine. Only animals that have been slaughtered in accordance with the rules are eaten. The diversity of Halal-style meat specialties is high, ranging from lamb, chicken, beef to delicious desserts.
The demand in Austria is large and so have other kitchens adopted this style. For example, a halal pizza can be found at the Italian or a halal crunchy duck at the Chinese.
The top 10 Halal restaurants in Vienna
Restaurant Demi Tass offers Halal-style Indian and Asian food on its menu.
Berliner Döner Vienna
Turkish dishes such as kebab or Dürüm can be enjoyed at the Berliner Döner Wien, Zieglergasse 33A.
If you would like to try halal-style grilled specialties, visit the Apadana in the fifth district.
Der Wiener Deewan
True to the motto “pay what you like” presented the Viennese Deewan. There is a buffet of Pakistani food and at the end you pay as much as you can eat.
If you want to taste Halal-style Persian specialties, Pars Restaurant is the place for you.
The Halal restaurant, Ali’s Grill, is centrally located near the Opera House and offers Anatolian folk cuisine.
Freshly prepared food in a pleasant atmosphere can be enjoyed in the oriental restaurant Sababa.
Tawa Indian Restaurant
Delicious Halal-style Indian food awaits guests at the Tawa Indian Restaurant in Vienna’s fifth district.
Türkis City – Oriental Food
As the name implies, you can find the fast food restaurant “Türkis“, which focuses on oriental specialties.
A piece of India brings the restaurant Indien Village to Vienna and promises various halal specialties.