Updated: April 08, 2019
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Nagoya Halal Restaurants -- Top 5 Picks

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This is a brief list of our 5 top picks for halal restaurants in Nagoya. Note that not all of the restaurants listed are certified Halal, so please check the details of each restaurant below the description.

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Yamamotoya (Ookute location)

If you are hoping to try a Nagoya meibutsu (regional specialty), this is your place to go. Nagoya is famous for its red miso, and at Yamamotoyama, you can try miso nikomi udon, a Nagoya favorite. The udon dish can be ordered with several different toppings, but my reccomendation is either the egg version, or the Nagoya kochin chicken version.

Halal status:
This restaurant is listed on halal gourmet's website as serving halal meat and seasonings. However, the restaurant is not certified halal, and pork is served in some dishes.
If you choose to eat here, check with your server to be sure that your order is halal.

TAXiM

Located near Sakae, Taxim serves Turkish and Italian food in a cozy setting. The best feature of this restaurant is the large, wood-fired oven in the middle of the restaurant. If you sit at the counter, you can watch the delicious pizzas being baked right in front of you. The ¥1,200 lunch special includes scrumptious, balloon-like Turkish bread, soup, salad, and Turkish ice cream, and is a great deal.

Halal status:
Certified Halal
All ingredients used are halal.
Owner and cooks are Muslim.
Vegetarian options available
No pork used in restaurant

Food Cafe Juliet

Julliet is a cafe serving typical Japanese cafe foods such as steak, pasta, pizza, and omrice. There is a stage in the restaurant that often features various musical performances in the evening. The atmosphere is a little bit shopping mall-esque, but the food is delicious. If you've never experienced the cafe food favorite omrice (omelette rice), give it a try!

Halal status:
Certified Halal
Meats used are halal. (Pork is served in the restaurant)
Vegetarian options available
Prayer space available

Morrocan Restaurant Casablanca

Open only for dinner (expect on Saturday, when lunch is also available), Casablanca is one of the pricier options on this list. However, the delicious homemade Moroccan food is worth it! I recommend ordering one of the courses for either ¥3,500 or ¥4,500. if you are thinking of coming here for dinner, it is advised that you make a reservation, especially on Wednesday, Friday, or the weekend (When there is a belly-dancing show).

Halal status:
Certified Halal
All ingredients used are halal.
Owner and cooks are Muslim.
Vegetarian options available
No pork used in restaurant

Mega Kebab

Anyone who has walked around Nagoya a fair bit has probably been heckled at least once by one of the guys working at Mega kebab. Concentrated in the Osu-kannon area, but found around Nagoya, Mega Kebab has some yummy kebabs and Turkish ice cream (that they will tease you with as they hand it to you.) If you're just looking for a quick halal bite, find one of these shops to satisfy your kebab craving.

Halal status:
Not Certified Halal
All ingredients used are halal.
Owner and cooks are Muslim.
Vegetarian options available
No pork used in restaurant
No alcohol served

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