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Halal Restaurants Tips in Korea

Food is one of the essentials that any traveller would need to know when traveling to a foreign country. Halal restaurants might be a rare sight but effort has been put in to promote Halal food and Muslim-friendly facilities.

Besides the list below, check out our exclusive blog on 9 Muslim-friendly restaurants in Korea to experience authentic Korean dishes in Seoul and Jeju!

Halal restaurant tips in Seoul

Eid Halal Korean Food

One of the must-visit eateries in Seoul, Eid is manned by a family of Korean Muslims, so you can be sure that their food is as authentic as it gets. Their bulgogi gets raved reviews across the board, so make sure you try this dish!

Halal Certified, Mosque Nearby
67, Usadan-ro 10-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul

Makan Halal Korean Restaurant

Started by a friendly Korean Muslim, Makan Halal serves a number of Korean dishes such as ginseng chicken, spicy braised chicken stew and more. They also do takeouts if you're looking for food to go.

Muslim Owned, Mosque Nearby
52, Usadan-ro 10 gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul

BoA Travel House

This guesthouse recently added a restaurant to their place and serves a number of Muslim-friendly dosiraks (lunch box) on their menu! It's also conveniently located in Hongdae, a bustling university town.

Halal Meat Available, Prayer Facilities
15, Sinchon-ro 1-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul

Yang Good

Being the only halal Korean BBQ in Seoul, you absolutely have to visit Yang Good for an authentic experience. Choose from either unmarinated lamb to enjoy the tender meat in its full glory, or opt for the marinated lamb to savour juicy lamb rack coated with Korean sweet sauce! It's the perfect place to drop by for dinner after shopping at Garosugil!

Halal Meat Available, Alcohol Served
15, Nonhyeon-ro 95-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul


14-5, Insadong 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Vegetarian Options. Affordable and authentic Korean vegearian dishes - you can't get any better than Osegaehyang! Conveniently located in traditional Insadong, this eatery serves up a bowl of amazing spicy tofu stew. Don't forget to try their vegetarian barbecue ssambap as well!

Vegetarian Options
14-5, Insadong 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Myeongdong Eomeonijip

Affectionately named 'Mom's House', this cosy little restaurant has been in the area for 30 years and is famous for its seafood stew. Recommended to visit with a group of people as the seafood stew can be a little pricey!

Seafood Options, Alcohol Served
11, Myeongdong 8-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

Halal restaurant tips in Busan

Punjab Indian Restaurant

Popular amongst tourists for its Indian food, Punjab is conveniently located near Haeundae beach. It seems to be almost always crowded but if you can snag a window seat, look out for the beach view!

Halal Meat Available, Alcohol Served
31, Gunam-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Star Kebab & Turkish Ice Cream

Star Kebab is a perfect place to pick up your kebab and shwarma before heading to Haeundae beach for a picnic! You an also get your ice cream fix at this little stall.

Halal Meat Available, Alcohol Served
1F, Seacloud Hotel, 287, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Jagalchi Fish Market

Jagalchi Market is every seafood lover's paradise! Expect to see a number of stalls with tons of fresh seafood just waiting for you to choose from. Once you've picked your catch of the day, the seafood is then freshly prepared on the spot. Do note that there is a cooking fee charged per item.

Seafood Options, Alcohol Served
52 Jagalchihaean-ro, Jung-gu, Busan


Serving Indian cuisine in the Haeundae area, Namaste is a quieter alternative to Punjab with a nice dining atmosphere. Feel free to converse with the friendly owners as they speak English and would be more than happy to provide recommendations.

Halal Meat Available, Alcohol Served
7, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro 265beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Cappadocia Turkish Kebab House

As with most Turkish restaurants, Cappadocia serves a range of delicious lamb and chicken kebabs. And if you're looking for a Korean flavour, they also offer Kimchi kebab!

Halal Meat Available, Mosque Nearby, Alcohol Served
30-1 Namsan-dong, Geumjeong-gu, Busan

Morocco Casablanca

Casablanca is another Muslim-friendly eatery located near the Al-Fatah Masjid in Busan. Their lamb samosas are decently priced at 3,000won for a huge portion and you can find a range of dishes such as lamb tahini, cous cous and more!

Halal Meat Available, Mosque Nearby, Alcohol Served
123-9, Geumdan-ro, Geumjeong-gu, Busan

Halal restaurant tips on Jeju island

Baghdad Restaurant

One of Jeju's few Muslim-friendly restaurants; Baghdad Café Restaurant serves Indian dishes prepared with halal meat. The menu includes Spicy Chicken Tandoori, All kinds of spicy curry and Naan bread.

Halal Meat Available, Alcohol Served
38, Seogwang-ro 32-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Cheon Hae Cheon Shabu Shabu Restaurant

You get to choose from an array of fresh ingredients for your shabu shabu soup - green vegetables, mushrooms, octopus, clams, lobster, and crab and of course the most important part - thin slices of beef. All Halal meat served is imported from Australia and the restaurant is


Famous for its lotus leaf rice known as yeoipbap, Mulmaegol offers yummy vegetarian food such as rice wrapped cookies, pancakes, tofu and kimichi. The restaurant is owned by a friendly lady – Ms Kim whose warm hospitality and delcious vegetarian food has earned her great reviews by her many patrons.

Vegetarian Options, Alcohol Served
795-1, Susan-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju City

Uribong Sikdang

Fancy indulging into a Haemul ttukbaegi? It is a seafood hotpot filled with plentiful servings of seafood such as clams, fish and assorted shellfish. Expect to eat a pot full of pipping hot mussels and crabs stew too! This place is great with families as they have a spacious dining area for you to feast on yummy seafood!

Seafood Options, Alcohol Served
157-1, Seongsan-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do

Loving Hut

Loving Hut is a vegan chain restaurant known worldwide. Fortunately, they have an outlet in Jeju Island! Here, they serve popular vegetarian Korean dishes such as kimichi and spicy tofu. But if you are craving for some western food, why not try a soy vegan burger? Healthy and halal food = what's not to love!

Vegetarian Options
1387-3 Ido 1-dong, Jeju-si Jeju-do


Another korean crusine seafood paradise, Hwanggane is a restaurant that serves haemul ttukbaegi (seafood hotpot)! However, here their specialty is stone bowl rice with multi-colored abalone and seasoned squid with doenjang (soybean paste). Do make a call to check if they are open before heading down.

Seafood Options, Alcohol Served
261-26, Yeon-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

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