15 Best Halal Food Melbourne that are Popular

Melbourne is a melting pot of different cultures and people from all over the world. It is no wonder that we can find so many places that offer great halal food.

We can find great places that provide halal food, from small stalls, to fast food restaurants, to high end and exclusive restaurants. Some only serve lunch and dinner. But so many of them also offer the best halal breakfast, dine in or takeaway, that can be taken before our daily routine or journey.

15 Best Halal Food Melbourne that are Popular
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Here are 15 best places for halal food Melbourne that are popular and have good reviews.

1. Blok M Express

Blok M Express is an authentic Indonesian restaurant that serve a variety of halal Indonesian food, from satay, fried fish, fried chicken, nasi uduk, grilled chicken, to drinks such as teh kotak and es cendol. The place is not very big, but it is located in CBD area and quite easy to find.

All meat served at Blok M Express is Halal. However, it is not officially Halal-certified so please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 380 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun – Wed (11am – 9pm), Thurs – Sat (11am – 10pm)
  • Price: $

2. Mamak

Mamak is a very popular Malay restaurant in Melbourne. They serve great halal Malay food such as nasi lemak, satay, mie goreng, fish curry, teh tarik, and many more. Mamak is chosen as Traveler’s Choice 2020, Tripadvisor version.

All meat served at Mamak Melbourne is Halal. However, it is not officially Halal-certified so please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 366 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun – Thurs (11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 9.30pm), Fri – Sat (11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm)
  • Price: $

3. Dunyazad

Dunyazad is a halal restaurant that specialize in Lebanese culinary, as well as Mediterranean and Middle Eastern. They serve from entree such as hummos, falafel, and labneh, to main menu such as kebab and kafta. And they also have Turkish dessert such as baklava and turkish delight.

Dunyazad is recommended as Traveler’s Choice 2020 from Tripadvisor.

  • Address: 329 Doncaster Rd, Balwyn North, Boorandara, Melbourne, Victoria VIC 3104 Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun (12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm), Mon – Thur (6pm – 11pm), Fri – Sat (6pm – 12am)
  • Price: $$ – $$$
15 Best Halal Food Melbourne that are Popular
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4. CBD Kebabs

CBD Kebabs is a kebab place in Melbourne CBD area, near Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium. As a fast food store that specializes in Turkish Kebab, the place is not very big. But it is very popular among Muslims in Melbourne.

This place is also serve breakfast. Which is very great to grab before going to work. One of their popular menus is HSP (Halal Snack Pack) that consist of donner kebab, fries, and lots of sauces.

CBD Kebabs are Muslim-owned and their meat is Halal-certified.

  • Address: 2/546 Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun – Thurs (10am – 2pm), Fri – Sat (10am – 07am)
  • Price: $

5. Kedai Satay

Keday Satay is an Indonesian culinary restaurant that is located at the Melbourne CBD area. They offer from grilled beef ribs, lamb curry, yellow rice, gado-gado, fried rice, and many more.

This restaurant is quite popular among Indonesians in Melbourne or anyone who likes to eat and try Indonesian food.

  • Address: 186 King St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
  • Opening hours: Everyday 11am – 10pm
  • Price: $

6. Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven

Dolan is a halal restaurant that specializes in culinary from Uyghur tribe, a Moslem community in China. They offer many variety of handmade noodles, lamb satay, and yoghurt.

The place is popular but it is quite small. If you are looking for it, you might need to look for the place carefully. Otherwise you might miss it.

Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven is Muslim-owned and their kitchen is Halal-certified.

  • Address: 166 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Mon – Sun (11.30am – 10pm)
  • Price: $

7. Zam Zam

Zam Zam is a restaurant that offer halal Malaysian, Indian and Asian food. They serve from lamb curry, nasi biryani, a variety of roti and dosa, and coffee.

All meat available at Zam Zam is Halal. However, it is not officially Halal-certified, please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 364 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Mon – Fri (10am – 9pm), Sat – Sun (11am – 9pm)
  • Price: $

8. Lord of the Fries

Lord of the Fries is fast food vegan everything! They have burgers, fries, popcorn chick’n, milkshakes and chocolates.

Lord of the Fries is not Halal-certified but is purely vegan and does not serve any meat. Please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 383 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun – Wed (11am – 10pm), Thurs (11am – 11pm), Fri (11am – 3am), Sat (11am – 4am)
  • Price: $

9. Casa Tajine

Casa Tajine is a halal restaurant that specializes in Moroccan and African cuisine. Their main menu is tajine, especially lamb tajine and chicken tajine.

Uses halal ingredients, alcohol-free establishment. Please note this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretio

  • Address: 164 Rathdowne St, Melbourne, Victoria 3053 Australia
  • Opening hours: Everyday 5pm – 11pm
  • Price: $$ – $$$

10. Goz City

Goz City is a casual Turkish restaurant that is located in Melbourne CBD area. It specializes in a variety of gozleme menu. However, it is also serve from falafel, kebabs, tabouli, coffee, and etc.

This place is open at 7.30am in the morning, and they serve great breakfast. It is worth to try.

  • Address: 502 Little Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
  • Opening hours: Everyday 7.30am – 4pm
  • Price: $

11. Mama Wong’s Kitchen

Uses halal ingredients, alcohol-free establishment. Please note this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 164 Sydney Rd, Coburg 3058
  • Opening hours: Tues – Sun (5pm – 9.30pm), Mondays closed
  • Price:
15 Best Halal Food Melbourne that are Popular
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12. Tahini Lebanese Diner

Tahini is a Lebanese halal food diner that is located in Melbourne CBD area. It serve from falafel, shawarma, kebabs, bread, houleuse, tabouléh, and many more. They open at 9am, which means that they also provide breakfast to grab before work.

Tahini is also recommended as Tripadvisor’s Traveler’s Choice 2020. So, it is definitely worth to try.

  • Address: 518 Little Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
  • Opening hours: Sunday (closed), Monday – Saturday (9am – 3 pm)
  • Price: $$ – $$$

13. Salero Kito Padang

Salero Kita Padang is an Indonesian restaurant that specializes in Padang culinary. Padang food is a very popular kind of Indonesian food, that is originated from Sumatra Island. Usually the food is a bit on spicy side, but it is very delicious.

Some of their popular menus are beef rendang, chicken curry, grilled chicken, fish curry, and many more.

  • Address: Shop 18 235-251 Bourke St Tivoli Arcade, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
  • Opening hours: Everyday 11.30am – 7.30 pm
  • Price: $
15 Best Halal Food Melbourne that are Popular
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14. PappaRich QV

PappaRich is a halal Malaysian food restaurant. The provide from curry laksa, beef rendang, roti canai, and nasi lemak. The place is located in Melbourne CBD are, so it is not hard to find.

All meat served at Papparich is Halal. However, it is not officially Halal-certified so please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: Level 2, Shop 11, QV Square, QV Building, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Opening hours: Sun – Thurs (11am – 10pm), Fri – Sat (11am – 11pm)
  • Price: $$ – $$$
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Pepperoni pizza. Photo by Alan Hardman on Unsplash

15. Sahara Pizza House

Sahara Pizza House offers Halal meat but is not officially Halal-certified. Please dine at your own discretion.

  • Address: 627 Sydney Road, Brunswick Melbourne, VIC
  • Opening hours: Tue – Sun (10am – 9.30pm)
  • Price:

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