Updated: February 13, 2019
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5 Excellent Options For Halal Restaurants In Shibuya


If you're Muslim and are looking for delectable Halal food in Shibuya, you should definitely give these five popular restaurants a try! This list contains both traditional restaurants of Japanese cuisine and international ones.

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Gyumon is such a great place to have a traditional Japanese BBQ experience. You cook your meat on a charcoal roaster with a grill above it. You can have chicken and some super tender Japan-raised cattle called "wagyu".
The restaurant has a really cozy atmosphere too. You can sit at horikotatsu tables, which are traditional low tables with a hole underneath them for your legs. You'll love the experience! Expect to pay around ¥4,000 per person for a dinner.

Kebab Cafe

Kebab Cafe serves some of the best affordable Turkish foods in Tokyo! Try their Kebabs with beef or lamb and you shouldn't be disappointed. All the food is Halal and there are also some vegetarian options.
You can get a lunch set for less than ¥1,000 at this small restaurant of 14 places. The staff speaks English and Japanese. This is definitely a good option for a cheap satisfying meal.

Malay Asian Cuisine

For authentic Malaysian cuisine, head to this place! The staff is really friendly too, and the prices are still on the affordable side. If you go for lunch, it should cost you around ¥1,000 and if you go for dinner, it should be around ¥3,000. The Nasi Lemak is very popular here so give that a try if you're not sure what to have.
The restaurant is located at about a 5-minute from Shibuya station or Omote-Sando station.

Hitsujinoyu Lamb Shabu

Shabu shabu is often made with pork but this one serves it with lamb! You cook the thin pieces of meat in a hotpot at your table. Not only is the food delicious, and you get to eat plenty of vegetables too, but shabu shabu is extremely fun to make. You can have the all-you-can-eat option for ¥4,800.
This place is particularly good because of the warm atmosphere and the nice view you get from the large windows.


Hitsuji-mon is a place where you can have both Halal shabu shabu and yakiniku. The thing to try is probably their Jingisukan, which is basically a yakiniku with a helmet-shaped skillet on which you grill lamb meat and vegetables. This is the specialty of the northern island of Hokkaido. You'll love it!

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