Best halal dishes in Bristol

Where to eat at Cabot Circus .

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To help you find where you can discover — and devour — mouth-watering halal dishes at Cabot Circus, we’ve put together a guide just for you. Whether you’re more of a spicy, tangy or sweet-and-sour connoisseur, we have it covered.


Gourmet Burger Kitchen offers some seriously tasty halal-sourced chicken burgers packed with heavenly toppings. Made from Red Tractor assured chicken breast and garnished with warm satay sauce, garlic mayo, rocket and paprika onions, the Panko crumbed satay burger is the way to go.  For a heathier option, go for the Spinach and kale falafel burger served with jalapeno hummus, tahini sauce, rocket and pickled onions. Sriracha sauce is also 100% halal, so let’s get that patty started. And if that’s got you in the mood for some more veggie options, check out our best vegetarian dishes at Cabot Circus too.

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Italian dining is full of flavoursome poultry dishes that are deeply rooted in the Mediterranean cuisine. Lucky for us, all the chicken at Pizza Express is halal and it’s a true pizza-cake to find something for every taste.  Try the Pollo salad for a hearty option, or reach for the Pizza Romana Pollo ad Astra arranged with Cajun-spiced chicken, sweet Peppadew peppers, red onion and mozzarella for a sharable feast. No hesitation here, just dough it!

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Use your noodle and head over to Chopstix for some seriously tasty halal food. Prepared daily on-site, this takeaway restaurant cooks little and often so everything is truly fresh. Tuck into their Sweet chilli chicken for a sweet and sour taste of the Orient. Or try the Thai curry chicken, a stir-fry with halal chicken and fresh vegetables, for a wok on the wild side. As you’d expect from a finalist in the 2017 Halal Food Chain of the Year Awards, they only use halal-certified chicken in their dishes.

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Note: all restaurants feature alcohol on their menu