Updated: February 27, 2019
0 Bookmark

Halal Restaurants in Sapporo!


Looking for some great-tasting halal food in Sapporo? Try these 5 selected restaurants! We have recommendations for the best ramen in town, fresh seafood, and excellent Indian cuisine.

Feel free to follow favy!

Ramen Sapporo Ichiryuan

Ramen Sapporo Ichiryuan is an extremely popular ramen joint where you might have to wait in line for up to 30 minutes just to get in. If you have the patience, or if you're just lucky and there happens to be no line when you go, you'll have the chance to taste some of the best ramen in Sapporo according to so many online reviews. There is one Muslim-friendly item and it is clearly indicated with the words "no pork" and "no alcohol" on the button of the ticket machine. You can add extras to it for a different twist.

Horyu Ramen

Horyu Ramen is another well-known ramen joint among Muslims and non-Muslims alike. For Muslims, the dishes are clearly separated and they have a special menu too so there is no confusion as to what to have. The most popular dish to try is the miso Jingisukan ramen made with pieces of lamb as a replacement for the chashu pork. You'll love the deep savoury umami of this one!

Donburi Chaya

Domburi Chaya is in the Nijo Seafood Market so, as you can imagine, this is the place for dishes made with fresh seafood. The specialty is "domburi" which is a bowl of rice with various seafood toppings. The topping is usually raw sashimi but they also have some cooked options too. Although they are not Halal certified, they do have a Muslim-friendly menu for which the restaurant guarantees that any meat used in this menu is Halal, that there is no pork and alcohol and that the tableware and cookware are separated.


There's a Muslim-friendly menu and plenty of vegetarian/vegan options at this Indian restaurant. Everything is delicious and flavourful and on top of that, it's not too expensive. The naan and samosas are particularly great. They serve courses for around ¥3,000 if you want something more quite copious with lots of variety.

Dawat Cafe

The authentic Indian Halal food that is just awesome here. The mutton briyani will not disappoint you! There are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options here too. The owner and chef is very kind and will recommend something delicious that fits your dietary needs. Expect to pay between ¥1,000 and ¥2,000.

Restaurants Mentioned in this Article

    Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

    Trending Posts


    Ginza Bairin - Ginza, Tokyo : Heavenly, Traditional Katsudon That You Need To Try!


    Biting Into a Pound of Steak! All the Meat You Can Dream of at Nikubaru Gaburi in Shibuya, Tokyo


    Must See! Tuna Demolition Show At Maguro Shoten, Shinjuku!


    Love it or Hate it: How to Eat Natto!


    A Gigantic Piece of Fried Pork Over A Satisfying Bowl of Ramen At Shinkouyo in Shinjuku, Tokyo!

    More Trending Posts

    Recommended For You!


    Rock Izakaya Star In Umeda Osaka, If You Wanna Rock & Roll All Night


    BLUSTA, All-You-Can-Eat Affordable Yakiniku In Hakodate, Hokkaido!


    Want To Try Local Japanese Tempura And Soba Noodles?


    Ton Shabu Hide: Delectable Shabu Shabu In Kyoto!


    Re:Dine GINZA an Innovative Restaurant With a Money Exchange System For Foreign Currencies


    Featured Posts

    Halal Restaurants In Japan!

    Things to do in Japan in all regions!

    Exploring Yokocho Alleys: a Guide to the Back Streets!

    More Features


    Osaka's March Grand Sumo Tournament 2019

    Mar 10, Sun ~ Mar 24, Sun

    Transformers Popup Cafe In Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Opens From March 8th!

    Mar 08, Fri ~ Mar 31, Sun

    Asahi Beer Has Gone Pink For Spring!

    Mar 01, Fri ~ May 01, Wed

    Conrad Osaka Has Just Renewed Its Dessert Buffet And It Looks So Tempting!

    Feb 01, Fri ~ Mar 29, Fri

    Trending Tags