Updated: April 05, 2019
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The 5 Best Places To Eat Halal In Osaka!

Osaka City

When in Osaka, please be sure to stop by these awesome Halal restaurants! You'll find Halal ramen, yakiniku, Kobe beef, and more!

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Naritaya Halal Ramen

https://halalmenteinaritayaosakaminami.owst.jp/en/
The Osaka branch is located close to Shinsaibashi Station. Like all the other stores, they use organic and halal ingredients. Apart from ramen, Naritaya also serves curry and chicken plates. The special Narita ramen is 1,300 yen, 1,500 for an extra large. Quite nice if you're ravenous!
https://halalmenteinaritayaosakaminami.owst.jp/en/

Honolu Ramen

Another Halal ramen restaurant is Osaka's extremely popular Ramen Honolu, which even opened two branches in Tokyo (Ebisu, Nihonbashi).
You can enjoy the very popular spicy ramen as well as other Japanese foods, such as gyoza and fried chicken.The dishes are very reasonably-priced, the ramen bowls are between 780-880 yen.
N.B: The restaurant has halal options for Muslim customers, however, they do serve alcohol and pork.

3téCafé

3téCafé is located near Osaka's Shinsaibashi Station. It is a Muslim-friendly cafe that serves course meals that include Kobe beef. However, reservation is a must. They also host Muslim-friendly events during which you can sometimes have Kobe beef at a ridiculously cheap price. Follow their facebook page to know when the special events are held.
The lunch menu is 1,000 yen for healthy and delicious dishes!

Ali's Kitchen

Ali's Kitchen serves South Asian cuisine, more specifically Pakistani cuisine, also with a selection of Arabic cuisine.
You can be sure this restaurant is delicious as it was mentioned in the Michelin guide in 2017. They have a huge selection of curry (they claim to have the world's largest selection of 660 dishes to choose from), but they also have hummus. I don't know about you, but that makes me pretty happy, all my favorite cuisine under one roof! Lunch is super cheap, for only ¥750 (and up) you get a generous set with curry and naan bread.

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When you are traveling through Japan, it can be quite a frustrating experience not to be able to taste all the great food because of dietary restrictions. So when you find a restaurant that serves sukiyaki and shabu-shabu, with an all-you-can-eat option, it's really ideal! What is more is that the course is 4,300 yen!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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