3 Halal restaurants in Birmingham
Halal Restaurants in Birmingham:
29 Woodbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8EH [Map]
Kababish in Moseley on the junction of the A453 and Stonehouse Road serves delicious Indian cuisine with the distinct rustic tastes of Punjab and the North West Frontier in their elegant and modern restaurant. Extremely popular with the locals as well as visitors and many a celebrity, they are known for the unique regional flavouring that sets them apart from other curry houses. Recently they have completed 25 years of service and that alone goes to show where their commitment to quality and an unerring grasp of what appeals to the public has taken them.
Known for their tandoori, balti and karai dishes, Kababish brings starters of salmon fillets marinated in cumin, paprika, mustard seeds and lemon juice and cooked in a hot tandoor followed by diced lamb cooked in a spicy and tangy sauce with sweet peppers and onions. To end there's the creamy pistachio homemade Indian ice cream and options for drinks extend to beverages, spirits and fine wines.
Halal, Indian, Pakistani
309 Highgate Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, B12 8DN [Map]
The unusual but amicable juxtaposition of Chinese food with Lahori cuisine tends to make heads turn, but just a visit will confirm that the chefs know what they are doing at the Lahore Karahi Halal Chinese restaurant in Birmingham. The interior is rich and opulent with traditional pillars and carved furniture alongside Oriental designs on the walls that create an interesting contrast making it a great venue for a special occasion.
Start with sesame shrimps on toast and a sliced chicken and vegetable soup, followed by beef with chilli and black bean sauce and Singapore fried rice for a satisfying meal. The other alternative would be to opt for starters of lamb tikkas, tender pieces marinated in yoghurt, herbs and spices and cooked inside a clay oven and then a main course of biryani, rice cooked with spices, garlic and ginger served with a special curry sauce. Finish with the gulab jamun, cottage cheese balls fried in ghee and soaked in a cardamom infused syrup.
Chinese, Halal, Pakistani
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