Halal Restaurants in Madrid

Being in Madrid could be challenging for people who don’t eat pork or drink alcohol as majority of the Spanish food consists of these ingredients. Based on my experience and some inquiries from Muslims around, I created a list on Have Halal Will Travel of restaurants that wouldn’t contain any of the ingredients mentioned earlier. Here are some of the best Halal Restaurants in Madrid.

**Updated**: 07/03/2017


La Alhambra


Location: Calle Tribulete, 4

Type: Moroccan

Cost: €

Hours: 10 am – 12:00 am (Monday – Sunday)

Description: Alhambra restaurant is located in Lavapies just right when you get off the metro. It’s has a welcoming ambiance to it once you walk in. The dishes include typical Moroccan like couscous, harira and so on. Several residents have recommended Alhambra as one of the best halal restaurants in Lavapies.  Cost for a full meal is 7 € on average.

Rating: 8/10


Al Mounia


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Location: Calle de Recoletos, 5, 28001 Madrid, Spain [Salamanca]

Type: Moroccan

Cost: €€€

Hours: 1pm – 4pm; 8:30pm – 11:30 pm Monday – Saturday; Sunday 1pm – 4pm

Description: This regal restaurant is located in the most upscale neighborhood of Madrid.  While sitting in this spatial arena you can’t help but feel like royalty. The cost of the meals are a little bit pricey for an individual however there are several options for groups which makes it possible to enjoy one of Al Mounia’s savory dishes. The group meal includes appetizers, main dish, dessert and drinks. There is an additional special meal arrangement during the month of Ramadan

Rating: 9.5/10





Location: Calle de los Cabestreros, 1 28012 Madrid, Spain. [Lavapiés ]

Type: Senegalese

Cost: €                  

Hours: 10 – 9pm (Monday – Sunday) Except Tuesday

Description: If you are like me and are a little bit on the adventurous side, you might as well stop by Baobab. This is said to be the best Senegalese restaurant in the whole of Madrid. Because 92% of Senegalese locals are Muslim, their food is permissible to eat for other Muslims as well. There are also options for Vegetarians. Some of Baobab’s savory dishes include: Thebou Dienne, Thiere, Yassa to mention a few.  The average costs of these meals are €7 and trust me your stomach would be filled up for the whole day. A little bit of warning! Senegalese food in general tends to be on the spicy side, however there are options to get a less spicy meal.





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Rating: 9/10

Bombay Palace

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Location: Calle Ave Maria, 26, 28012 Madrid, Spain [Lavapies]

Type: Indian

Cost: €

Hours:  1pm – 11:30 pm (Monday –Thursday, Sunday);  1pm – 4pm (Friday – Saturday)

Description: A Desi restaurant with a variety of scrumptious options common to this region such as Chicken/Lamb tikka, Vegetable Balti, Chicken Chaat; to mention a few. You can eat well here without breaking your bank. The manager is a Muslim and the majority of their dishes are halal.

Rating: 7/10


Bar Colores

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Location: Calle del Mesón de Paredes, 43, 28012 Madrid, Spain [Lavapiés]

Type: Senegalese

Cost: €

Hours: 9am – 1am (Monday – Sunday)

Description: Another Senegalese restaurant located in the heart of the international neighborhood (Lavapiés) Just like Baobab, Senegalese food is served. The difference is that the price of the food costs less on average than Baobab. I have been here twice and I know I would visit many more times. Their meals are simply delicious.

Rating: 7/10




Location: Calle del Ave Maria, 41, 28012 [Lavapies]

Type: Lebanese

Cost: €

Hours: 1pm – 1 am (Everyday)

Description: Located in Lavapies, Habibi has the typical middle eastern food but more in a Lebanese style. Average cost for a meal is 7€

Rating: 8/10




Halal guide in Madrid- Keyaans

Location: Calle de Blasco de Garay

Type: Dominican

Cost: €

Hours: 12:00pm – 10:30pm

Description: The first and only halal Dominican restaurant in Madrid.  Keyaan’s has the best Empanadas (Stuffed Pies) and Milkshakes

Rating: 9/10


Nuria Restaurante Etiope

Halal Guide in Madrid- Nuria Etiope

Location: Calle de Manuel Malasaña, 6

Type: Ethiopian

Cost: €€

Hours: 11:30am -12:30am

Description: Ethiopian restaurant, great for fulfilling vegetarian food.

Rating: 9/10


Real Estambul

Doner Kebap

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Location: Calle de Bravo Murillo, 193, 28020, Madrid

Type: Turkish

Cost: €

Hours: 12pm – 12 am (Monday – Sunday)

Description:  This Turkish restaurant has meals such as Kebab, Shawarma, Durum, Lahmacun to mention a few for an affordable price.

Rating: 6/10




Excerpt: Madrid Arabe

Location: Calle libreros, 18, 28004 Madrid [Malasaňa]

Type: Moroccan

Cost: €€

Hours:  1pm – 12 am (Monday – Thursday); 1pm – 1 am ( Friday – Saturday)

Description: This is another nice and comfortable restaurant located in Malasana which is close to the center of Madrid.  The typical food served here, have Moroccan influences. At Sahara one might have to pay a little bit more here. With the average cost being around 15 € and higher.

Rating: 8/10





El Barrio de Lavapiés is my recommendation for anyone who wants to try a diverse platter besides Spanish food and there are tons of other Halal restaurants located in this neighborhood.


**P.S.** Halal Food is food that is permissible to eat according to Islamic Law, so it doesn’t contain Pork or Alcohol and the meat should have been slaughtered a particular way.


Original post on Have Halal Will Travel




2018-08-17T16:50:28+00:00 March 29th, 2016|Halal Restaurant in Spain, Madrid|0 Comments

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