The 9 Best-Rated Halal Buffet Restaurants To Cure Your Hunger Pangs

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If you are a person who is constantly hungry no matter what time of the day is, you must be superly excited seeing endless rows of delicious eats lining up to your tummy. And if you can relate to this, then this list is made exactly for you!

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We have picked top 9 best Halal buffet restaurant across Japan from Japanese, Western, Indian and even cuisines from other countries as well! Say no more, here are top 9 buffet restaurants you should definitely put on your bucket list next time you go to Japan.

1. Bab-ul Hayat, Osaka

For those who are on a vacation in Osaka and looking for a decent place to eat, stop by at Bab-ul Hayat. Especially if you are a fan of Turkish delicacy that is dominated with meat, it will surely make your mouth water #MeatEverywhere. Be mindful when looking for this restaurant though as it is a bit tricky to find it. It is located on the 3rd floor of Tempozan Marketplace at the end of the hallway. You will have to spend 1,380 yen for the buffet in this restaurant, which is not bad. The interior design resembles Turkish ambience that will let you escape Japan for a while.

#Tips from Halal Navi user Nurimah: You can see the restaurant from the front of Osaka Aquarium, opposite the Lego store.

 Bab-ul Hayat

Picture by Halal Navi user Nurimah

Review in Halal Navi

“Ate at this Turkish buffet restaurant on 8 March 2017. Food is stated halal. Menu: 2 types of rice (White rice & mixture of white & brown rice), naan bread, tortilla chips, numerous hot dishes, vegetable salads, hummus, kebab meat and many types of hot & cold drinks. Ice and condiments also available. Chocolate fountain for dessert. Turkish ice-cream is sold separately at ¥150. Alcohol is also sold separately based on order so no worries about that.” – Nurimah

Information
Price: 1,380 Yen
Phone: 06-6576-5710
Address: 1-1-10, Minato Kaigandori 1 Tenpozan Marketplace 3F, Osaka
Halal tips: Menu labelled Halal, alcohols are served, all meat used are Halal, Halal status verbally confirmed by staff
More info on Bab-ul Hayat

2. Bulls, Osaka

You are in Japan! Enjoying the Japan speciality of Sukiyaki is definitely a must. Not only Sukiyaki, Bulls also serves Shabu-shabu! If you are not sure what’s the difference between the two, don’t worry. Shabu-shabu and sukiyaki are quite similar, both are hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in the broth/soup. The only difference among the two is the soup used. Sukiyaki uses a seasoned soup while shabu-shabu uses a plain soup, however, you will usually eat shabu-shabu with sauce. So it’s up to your preference which one to choose. They charge 1,500 yen for lunch and 3,500-5,000 yen for dinner to eat all meats and veggies within the 90 minutes given.

Bulls

Picture by Halal Navi user Ashlih

Review in Halal Navi

“Great restaurant with friendly price for lunch. We can enjoy super delicious sukiyaki set with unlimited amount of rice, noodles, and vegetables. Highly recommended!” – Ashlih

Information
Price: 1,500 – 5,000 Yen
Phone: 06-6647-0555
Address: Minatomachi 1-4-1 OCAT Bld 5F, Naniwa-ku, Osaka
Halal Tips: Halal menu is available upon request, alcohols are served, all meat used are Halal, Halal status verbally confirmed by staff
More info on Bulls

3. Naan in Kobe, Kobe

To all Indian foods lovers or those who just want to have a taste of the rich flavour of Indian dishes, you will surely love this restaurant. They serve a variety of Indian cuisines from biryani rice, spicy curry, chicken tikka, chicken masala and much more. They buffet price ranges from 1,000 – 1,999 yen for lunch and 3,000 – 3,999 yen for dinner. It is very close to Kobe mosque so you won’t be worry of finding a place to pray after fueling up your tummy here.The foods here are quite spicy though, so try it at your own risk :p

Naan In Kobe

Picture by Halal Navi user Ana Farhana

Review in Halal Navi

“Me and my husband ate lunch here. We ordered one set of Mutton Biryani. Fortunately we ordered just one set. Because the portion is huge, enough for both of us. The food is warm, not cold. The taste is so so. They served iced water in plastic glass. We also ordered hot Indian milk tea (hot chai) which was delicious.”– Donna Ardiani

Information
Price: 3,000 – 4,000 Yen
Phone: 07-8242-8771
Address : Chuo-ku Yamamotodori 3-1-2 Taniguchi building 1F, Kobe
Halal Tips : Owner/staff are Muslim, all meat used are Halal, Halal status verbally confirmed by staff
More info on Naan In Kobe

4. The Oven Aquacity, Tokyo

After a long and exciting day exploring Odaiba, don’t forget to stop by at this restaurant. They serve a wide variety of menu from Mexico, Japan, and Western cuisines. This restaurant is also a good place to spend quality time with your family and loved ones. The magnificent scenery of Odaiba Rainbow Bridge and the Liberty Statue replica will mesmerise your eyes while enjoying the foods here. The lunch buffet starts from 1,800 yen and you will be given 90 minutes to try all the foods they serve. Quite affordable, isn’t it? However, be careful, as not all menu served are safe to be consumed by Muslim. Make sure to only pick foods that are labelled with a Halal sign.

The Oven Aquacity

Picture by Halal Navi user Mariam Roslan

Review in Halal Navi

“Buffet style. A nice view in the window. We can see the rainbow bridge! Unfortunately it was raining and cloudy outside when I came there. The taste of the food is not special I think 🙁 But I do recommend the sweets :9 yummy You can eat until you stomach so full. Boys surely will be happy 🙂 For ladies, please remember to eat some vegetables and fruit, OK? We went there at 2 p.m and chatted for about 3 hours. Then, at 4.30 p.m. the waiter told us to leave. Because the lunch time already over. Start from 5 p.m., the dinner’s price will be started.” – Fadhila Zahra Humaira

Information
Price: 1,800 Yen
Phone: 03-3529-2093
Address: 6F Aqua City Odaiba, 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo
Halal tips: Menu labelled halal, alcohols are served, some non-Halal dishes are served, Halal status verbally confirmed by staff
More info on The Oven Aquacity Odaiba

5. Kowloon Jyou, Tokyo

Kwloon Jyou is a Chinese restaurant that serves shabu-shabu and Yakiniku menu. They offer a wide selection of meat, from regular to premium quality! But beware as the premium beef will take a big chunk of money on your wallet :p. This restaurant also serves many kinds of salads and fruit dessert. The buffet price range from 1,600 to 5,000. And what’s more? they provide a spacious prayer room so you can perform Jemaah prayer with your family and friends after eating.

Kowloon Jyou

Picture by Halal Navi user Arienursanti

Review in Halal Navi

“Had a chance to chit chat with the owner before we start the meal. The owner said this restaurant is the main branch for Tokyo Chinese Muslim Restaurant in Kinshichou station. The restaurant is very spacious! They have big toilet & prayer space. Besides grilled course, you can choose nabe & shabu2 course. You may also have a la carte chinese cuisine. You can eat as much beef chicken & ribs/lamb as you want for 70 min with free flow drink, salad, rice & dessert.”– アティラ

Informasi
Price: 1,600 – 5,000 Yen
Phone: 03-6715-4304
Address: Kameido, 6 Chome−23−2,, Kōtō-ku, Tōkyō
Halal Tips: Halal certificate is visible, all meats used are Halal, alcohols are served
More info on Kowloon Jyou

6. Hyderabad, Tokyo

Biryani lovers definitely must come to this restaurant! Hyderabad offers many kinds of delicious Indian foods that have a rich taste and aroma. They serve a lunch buffet on weekend for 1,200 yen. While for weekdays, they will serve regular menus such as Dam Ka Murgh (chicken cooked in a lot of spices, almonds and cream), Naan bread and Hyderabadi Dum Biryani. So if you want to come for the buffet make sure to drop by during weekend!

Hyderabad

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Informasi
Price: 1,200 Yen
Phone: 03-6431-8587
Address: 1-30-2 , Nishigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Halal Tips: Staffs/owner are Muslim, menu labelled Halal
More info on Hyderabad

7. Kaemon Asakusa, Tokyo

Welcome to all vegetarians out there, those who are on diet of meat and prefer to eat veggies, this restaurant is absolutely recommended for you. There is an endless list of organic veggies menu here. It is located near Asakusa station, so it’s perfect if you commute using public transport. The veggie dishes won’t let you down, it resembles the tastes of meat perfectly. You will have to spend 1,600 yen for a buffet lunch and 2,100 for dinner! A good place to start a healthy life 🙂

Kaemon Asakusa

Picture by Halal Navi user Ndanazihah

Review in Halal Navi

“This restaurant is located near Asakusa station. I can tell it’s a little bit hard to find since it’s inside a building at a small street. However, this restaurant only offers vegetarian foods which to me, quite pricey, but the good news is: they only use ORGANIC vegetables so perhaps that’s what makes the price reasonable. I spent almost 2000¥ for a single meal-set. I’m slightly surprised with the taste though, it’s very light but tasty! Another good news is, they provide a proper prayer room with 2-3 prayer mats!” – ndanazihah

Information
Price : 1,600 – 2,100 Yen
Phone: 03-6231-7920
Address: 3F Osubis Asakusa Hanakawado, 1-9-1 Hanakawado, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō
Halal Tips: Menu labelled Halal, prayer room is available
More info on Kaemon Asakusa

8. Taj Mahal Asakusa, Tokyo

Taj Mahal is famous for its Indian station where you can have unlimited helpings of Biryani rice, Saffron rice, Naan bread, Papada, Chatny and many other popular Indian dishes. Do come with an empty stomach so you can fully maximise your time here. They will charge you 1,100 – 1,530 yen for a lunch buffet and 2000 – 2,999 for dinner, it’s worth every penny you pay!

Taj Mahal Asakusa

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Review in Halal Navi

“Weekend time …:) I usually go to this restaurant at least 3 times per month on lunch time while walking around asakusa. Here my review here : Place : large , wide and well decorated (2 floor) Location : easy to find (refer to pic) Food : wide variety at average price. Quantity : normal Quality : the food taste nice , well , just nice, enough to fill up your stomach at average price…. Lunch : they have a buffet (1100 to 1530) at 1280yen and I can say there is a lot of food to choose + drink bar… Reccomenddation : 4.4/5 Halal : they have halal certificate so no worry…enjoy the food.:)… Wait for next update yah..:D” – Mohd Hilmi Bin Zakaria

Information
Price: 2,000 – 3,000 Yen
Phone: 03-3844-7371
Address: 1-12-10, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Halal Tips: Halal certificate is visible, alcohols are served, menu labelled Halal
More info on Taj Mahal Asakusa

9. Sweet Paradise, Tokyo

You know how people always say to save room for dessert? If you believe in that too, this restaurant will absolutely satisfy your sweet tooth. There are endless trays of cakes, bread and other sweet desserts. To enjoy a session eating those fairy tale cakes, you need to pay 1,530 yen or 860 yen if you bring your kids along. You will be given 90 minutes to chew all that cakes. Yummy! But don’t forget to ask for an allergy list to the staffs, as some of the cakes contain gelatin and alcohol. Make sure to read the allergy list properly so you won’t pick the non-Halal items on your plate.

Sweet Paradise

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Review in Halal Navi

“There are also in shibuya and machida. We can ask the allergy list to the staff, to make sure which cake we can eat (because some of them contain gelatin and/or alcohol). ”  – Samratul Fuady

Information
Price: 1,500 – 900 Yen
phone: 03-5925-8876
Address: 3-26-6 Shinjuku FF building B1F, Shinjuku, Tokyo
More info on Sweet Paradise

There you have it, the ultimate list of 10 buffet restaurant in Japan that will surely cure your hunger pangs. On top of everything, you don’t have to worry as all the restaurants above are Halal friendly. If you want to find more delicious Halal culinary destinations in Japan, don’t forget to download Halal Navi on your phone. We assure you won’t get lost during your trip to Japan!

*Disclaimer: The halal tips provided in this article are contributed by Halal Navi’s user. Readers are advised to reconfirm with the restaurant owner.

 

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