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Marakech Night is a Middle East-Morocco restaurant named after the Morocco city. The menu is full of meals where the local taste is alive.
Their Couscous, Lamb Kabsa, and Moroccan Sandwich are some of popular choices. The inside of the place is decorated with drawings that remind you of Morocco.
Located near Gwanghwamun Gate and Gyeongbokgung Palace, Om Restaurant is considered a good restaurant to be visited after your sightseeing in Seoul. The Nepal from tourist business for long term has been providing Halal meat and the place is popular among Korean customers and crowded with Korean ladies all the time. The interior is properly blended with India-Nepal feel and has played a good part to the popularity.
Bombay Grill is an Indian restaurant where a chef from Punjab, Pakistan and a sous-chef from Calcutta, India cook with Halal ingredients.
Their Tanduri Nan, curry, and barbeque are famous and on weekends, lunch buffet is open to serve various cuisines at reasonable price ranges.
Sultan Kebab is a specialty store with Turkish Kebab cooked by an original Turkish chef and they have given life to its local taste followed by various desserts. Their mackerel kebab is loved by local Korean customers and they use Halal ingredients.
Another best thing about this restaurant is that it can be found right when you get off from Itaewon station.
Salam is a Turkish restaurant located very closely by the Mosque, the very first Turkish restaurant in Korea, and also an unique place that is Halal-certificated. The owner is a Muslim-Korean and two other Turkish chefs are in charge of the kitchen.
Their best seller is Kebab but Korean customers are more into their Chicken Shish and Turkish Pizza. The taste can be judged by the Salam table d'hôte menu served with all from salad to sweet Turkish cookies.
The authentic Turkish cuisines re-created in Korea are quite famous even by the Muslim tourists and the Salam Bakery right next door is a good place to look for fine bread as well.
This Turkey restaurant is considered to be the most exotic restaurant in Korea and the restaurant with the strongest local feel. The moment you enter the restaurant, you feel as if you were teleported to Turkey. The whole restaurant is decorated in Turkey style and the open kitchen where you can see the Turkish chef cook, the Turkish servers, and their Turkish customers in excitement to be back in their own country, complete the atmosphere of the place. Their traditional Turkey meals are exceptionally tasty and well presented. Of course, Kervan is an official Halal restaurant and the owner is proud to serve every meal Halal. Their kebab-and-barbeque based special menu and their fire-pot menus such as Kıymalı Pide and Kuchibashi Pide are the number one choices.
Taj Palace is an Indian restaurant that is proudly representing Halal. The imposing exterior with their splendid yellow sign board clearly shows their identity. Since the owner’s self-respect pride comes from the fact that all their ingredients and even the minimum amounted spice used in their cooking process are 100% Halal, the whole restaurant has a good silver tongue on being Halal. The Kashmir chef has graduated from a cookery school and has an over 10 year experience, and the owner is always prepared to give you a kind presentation on their meals in English, Hindu, Udu, or Punjabi language.
The Friday-Saturday-Sunday buffet is popular and single meals in weekdays and course menus are constantly catching popularity. Vegerarian menus are separately prepared as well.
Usmania is an Indian restaurant where the owner, servers, and the kitchen are all authentic Indian and Paki. As soon as you enter the door, you are likely to be tricked in the exotic flavors full of the place and you cannot tell if you’re in Korea or in India. That is possibly the reason why the place is crowded with foreigners and Korean customers that are in love with Indian cuisines. Curry is their strength and their various kinds of authentic cooking methods are widely loved these days. On weekends including Fridays, the buffet is on and you are offered to fulfill yourself with extreme satiety over all their menus. The Lunch Specials during weekdays are a must-see as well.
The menu has varieties of curry, nan, rice and salad at affordable price range. Since the Indian feel interior attracts many of both Indian customers in nostalgia and Korean people in seeking to experience the new colour, a reservation can be a good idea.
Little India is an Indian restaurant managed by Paki brothers and visited by many local Koreans that are seeking to have the famous Indian curry.
It is located near by the Mosque and therefore often a popular choice of the Muslim population residing in Korea.
Their most popular menus of The Little India Special Set for 2 servings, Chicken Malai Kebab, Lasooni Kebab, Chicken Dopiaza Curry, Butter Chicken Curry, Saffron Rice, Plain Nan, Garlic Nan and Mango Lassi, offer the various tastes.
According to the owner, their Garlic Nan aand Chicken Dopiaza Curry have been the best choices of Korean customers.
The simple interior has the local Indian feel and you do not ever have to worry about ordering your meals in English since it is one of the best-prepared restaurants just for Itaewon’s multinational cultures.
Murree is a beautiful resort town located in Islamabad, Pakistan. The name, Murree represents their wish to offer you the pleasant meals as if you were on a vacation in a nice resort town of Murree. Their Tanduri, Nan, and Biryani cooked first hand by the Paki chef have reenacted the local taste. What’s even more special is that they only cook with Halal food and they cook Korean meals as well.
If you ever dream to have Indian cuisines and Korean food at the same time in Korea, Murree serves you the best choices of Halal-Korean food you can enjoy with an easy mind. The size isn’t the biggest but that is probably the reason of their relaxed ambience in the restaurant.
Moghul is the oldest exotic restaurant in Korea. The menu offers various kinds of Indian cuisine mainly in Pakistan style.
When you enter the door, you’re greeted with the beautiful lightings and the calm interior with the terrace seats perfectly get along with the Indian meals. Especially at the terrace tables with Tandu, India’s traditional fire bowl installed, it’s surprising to see the cooking in person. Except the owner, all employees are Paki and their ingredients for cooking are brought from the far overseas lands of Pakistan and India.
They serve not only Nan, Masala, Kebab, but also the Indian styled Biryani rice and Lamb Tanduri.