(Picture: Halal Guys)News of a Halal Guys restaurant opening in London pleases not only Muslims but anyone partial to a bit of Middle Eastern food.
After success in New York as a hot dog cart, the establishment went on to become one of the fastest growing chains in the US.
Last month, the restaurant opened its first branch in the UK. Now the cuisine is available on UberEats for keen customers in the capital.
Halal Guys will be bringing its hugely popular fast-casual form of Middle Eastern dining right to your door starting from 24 April.
As the name suggests, all their meat is halal, which means it adheres to Islamic dietary rules.
Fan favourites on the menu include chicken and beef gyro platters with rice, falafel wraps, not to mention their famous secret recipe white and hot sauces.
Also successful in Canada, it is likely that the restaurant will take off in London where there is a strong appetite for halal food.
(Picture: Halal Guys)Managing partner for Halal Guys, Whitney Nyrus, said the decision to collaborate with UberEats was a natural one.
The sentiment was backed by Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of UberEats who said: ‘We’re always striving to offer the best selection of restaurants for our customers, and we are absolutely delighted to be a part of Halal Guys UK launch, being the first to offer American halal Middle Eastern menu at the touch of a button’.
Muslims looking for other halal food might also be interested in Street Eats – a three-day festival boasting cuisine from all over the world.
You can expect all kinds of delicious halal certified grub, for a nifty little entrance fee of £1.
The festival runs from 19-21 April.
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