5 Must Try Halal Restaurants in Granada

Andalusia is the most visited region in Spain by Muslims due to its prominent Islamic history. One major city in Andalusia is Granada.  Granada is a must see for all tourists. For Muslims visiting Granada, the main attraction is the Alhambra and its surrounding areas. Granada’s strong Islamic history and close proximity to North Africa, provides a wide range of options for the Muslim traveler especially in the halal food sector. Walking through the streets of Gran via, one can see Halal restaurants in almost every turn. But be warned quantity doesn’t mean quality. This is why I carefully researched and stopped by some of these places, finally coming up with a well curated list.  Here are the 5 Must Try Halal Restaurants in Granada.

1. Restaurante Sultan Arabe~ Halal Certified, Serves Alcohol

Restaurante Sultan Arabe

Location: Calle Cetti Meriem, 10, 18010 Granada

        Type: Moroccan

        Cost:  $$

        Opening Hours:  1pm-  4:30 pm;  7:30pm – 11:30pm

Located around Gran via in the center of Granada, this restaurant isn’t a  hard find.   It is quite big and there are wide enough spaces to cater to a large number of guests

2. Puerta de siria ~Halal Certified, No Alcohol served

Puerta de Siria

Location: Calle Elvira, 56, 18010 Granada

        Type: Syrian

        Cost: $

        Opening Hours:  12pm – 12 am

A humble location,  which is slightly (5mins) away from the hustle and bustle of the center.  This Syrian restaurant can fit a maximum of 15 people. Honestly, the food is what makes the trip to Puerta de Siria worth it.  My mum and I got a dish to go and we were still licking our fingers after the meal.

3. El taj halal~ Halal Certified

El Taj Halal

Location: Calle Reyes Catolicos, 52, 18009 Granada

        Type: Moroccan

        Cost:  $$

        Opening Hours: 10 am- 10pm

El Taj Halal is right on Gran Via street, hard to miss. Another Moroccan restaurant that would serve as a solution for your empty stomach while discovering this pomegranate city.

4. Pad Thai Wok~ Halal Certified, Alcohol served

Pad Thai wok

Pad thai wok menu

Location: Calle Honda de realejo,, plaza de fortuny, 24, 18009 Granada

        Type: Thai

        Cost: $

        Opening Hours:  12pm – 12am.

This was the first time I had heard of a Halal Thai place. Naturally I was curious and excited to find out what it had to offer.  The typical meals there were Pad Thai, Satay, Chicken Yakhtai etc.  Pad Thai Wok, is not a very big place. It’s great for a quick lunch to have with few people and then walk around to explore.

5. Halal Arrayanes**** ~ Halal Certified, Alcohol served

Halal Arrayanes


Location: Cuesta de Marañas, 4, 18010 Granada

        Type: Morrocan

        Cost: $$

        Opening Hours:  1:30pm – 4:30 pm;  7:30pm – 11:30pm

To save the best for the last, I present to you Halal Arrayanes. A true hidden gem in Granada.  Halal Arrayanes was personally my favorite of all the restaurants I went to in Granada. Although they serve Moroccan food just like many other Halal places in Spain; the neat and well decorated interior of the restaurant makes one feel like he or she is celebrating an event. The staff were friendly and patient. The manager took his time to walk around and chat with guests. From my chat with the manager, I got to find out that some well-known Islamic figures such as Dawud Wharnsby, Omar Suleiman to name a few had dined there as well.  It wasn’t hard to see why.  The food was equally as good as the service and the aesthetics.  If you are to go to any Halal restaurant in Granada, I will strongly recommend Arrayanes.

Quick Tip: You can find many Muslim friendly restaurants, Moroccan products and even a mosque by strolling through Caldederia Nueva Street

Caldereria Nueva


Those were the 5 Must Try Halal Restaurants in Granada! I hope you will find them useful and enjoy the food as I did. Am I missing any more? Let me know in the comment down below.

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2017-05-30T16:37:38+00:00 May 30th, 2017|FOOD, Spain|0 Comments

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