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Author: Created: Wednesday, 25 January 2012 8:20 PM
Our mystery shopper dines at Australia's most hip and happening Halal restaurants and writes their experiences for your enjoyment.
By halalsquare on Friday, 6 July 2012 1:38 AM

Kungfu Ramen is a relatively new noodle house in Chinatown, City and is known for their great tasting ‘secret hand-pulled noodles’. 

By halalsquare on Thursday, 28 June 2012 1:55 AM

Whether youre a footy or falafel lover, Dougie’s grill has got you covered. The moment you walk into Dougie’s you sense a funky fusion of Aussie and Middle Eastern cultures. Using the decor as inspiration, we chose to go with a mixed shish plate and the Aussie burger, with neither meal disappointing. However, the skewers on the mix plate lost some points as they were only lukewarm. The Aussie burger taste is dominated by the juicy meat patty and beetroot, a perfect companion after a long days work. 


 

By halalsquare on Friday, 25 May 2012 12:15 PM

 Spending time in a mall going shopping can be so exhausting. At least, you need a little time to relax your feet from buzzing around the mall and suddenly you remember that you haven’t had lunch. Then, why not hit the food court? After spending some money for shopping, you might be wondering if there’s any affordable meal but enough to make you full.

By halalsquare on Sunday, 6 May 2012 10:54 PM

You know the saying picture perfect? When something in real life looks so faultless that it must be a photograph – one that was meticulously designed and taken in prime circumstances? Walking into the House of Thai gave me that feeling. They’ve selected tasteful artwork and a mix of traditional and modern....  

By halalsquare on Thursday, 3 May 2012 1:29 AM

Melbourne City is known for its diversity in food and beverages.  You can easily find a Thai restaurant neighbouring a Jamaican coffee shop next to an Italian pasta joint.  So what happens when you’re out to eat with a bunch of friends and you all want different cuisines?  You hit the food court of course!


 

By halalsquare on Wednesday, 25 April 2012 2:34 PM

Most people know the "Flame" trademark from their largely successful restaurant in Campsie, which offered large portions for cheap prices – especially on Tuesdays. Based on this success the owners have focused their target market by opening a “gourmet” version of their Campsie shop. They’ve done well in selecting the location and venue. 

By halalsquare on Thursday, 12 April 2012 1:30 AM

Located in the heart of a suburb with predominately Lebanese and Turkish population, it’s no wonder that Roxy kebab’s specialises in Turkish cuisine.  The restaurant is easy enough to get to as it is just off Pascoe Vale road, and conveniently provides customers with a large car park.


 

By halalsquare on Sunday, 8 April 2012 11:14 AM

A family business success story, opening in 1998 as a small takeaway shop, El Jannah has grown to be known as one of the best sources of charcoal chicken in Sydney. It seems that over the years the owners have expanded into neighbouring premises’ and have dedicated vast amounts of space to seating, making it more like a restaurant than a take away shop. 

By halalsquare on Saturday, 7 April 2012 10:59 AM
Pizzaland is a halal pizzeria that offers pizza, pasta and steaks. It is halal Italian at its best for those Sydneysiders who live in the humble suburb of Greenacre, a suburb not too far from Bankstown. 
By halalsquare on Friday, 30 March 2012 12:19 AM

Thai food has taken off in recent times and Thai Hutt is one of the many restaurants offering fully halal cuisine. It entered the market as one of the earliest players eight years ago with its Bankstown outlet. Success followed with them receiving “Best Thai Restaurant” in 2006 and “Thai Taste of the Year” in 2007. Five years ago they opened shop in Lakemba and our destination today is their most recent franchise in Auburn.  

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