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We currently have 10 stores operational with new sites being acquired monthly.
Please see our current branches:
48 Ilford Lane, Ilford, IG2 2JY
0208 911 8201
794 High Road, Leyton, E10 6AE
0208 539 6200
9 High Street, Hounslow, TW3 1RH
0203 302 4330
14 Leigham Parade, Streatham Hill, SW16 1DR
0208 664 7045
431 North End Road, Fulham Broadway, SW6 1NY
0207 381 4252
126 The broadway, Southall, UB1 1QF
0208 574 1124
89 London Road, Croydon, CR0 2RF (Next to LIDL)
+44(0) 20 8686 8846
147 Upper Tooting Road, Tooting, SW17 7TJ
+44(0) 20 8767 9113
- Wembley (outlet)
259 Water Road, Wembley, HA0 1HX
+44(0) 208 908 9440
- Gerrards Cross
25 Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross, SL9 7QA
01753 887 271
- South Harrow
387 Northolt Road, Harrow, HA2 8JD
+44(0) 20 8423 4975
Many people associate the phrase halal to those tied to the Islamic religion. However, all those who love eating meat have found the quality and benefits of halal meat attractive and thus the meat is taken all over the globe regardless of the religion one confesses.
Blissfully, though, contemporary meat is pretty darn tender, much tenderer than the meat consumed by our cave-dwelling ancestors. In the primordial days, meat was cooked without any former marination of rich spices and herbs which endowed a “bland” taste to the meat preparation. Mostly they were simply roasted or smoked. While in the medieval age, most of the meat in the western countries were prepared using salt and pepper and that gave “spice-less” and “not-so-yummy” feel and taste to it. Slowly and gradually, the world witnessed an evolution in the subject of meat preparation and its marination.