9 Best Halal Restaurants in Dusseldorf

Updated on March 9, 2024  


If you're on the hunt for the best halal eats in Düsseldorf, looking through the limited options can be a bit of a challenge.

Thankfully, we've removed the guesswork by compiling this list of the best 9 halal restaurants in the city.

From Turkish charcoal-grilled Adana Kebab to delicious crispy Lebanese falafels, this article will surprise you with the amazing halal options available in Düsseldorf!

Top Halal Restaurants In Dusseldorf, Germany

Dene & Gor

Unlike the lackluster kebabs you'll find outside nightclubs, these are the real deal.

We found each kebab to be huge for the price, filled with meat that's nicely charred yet tender.

The hot chili sauce went very well with the chicken, they gave lots of fresh salad inside a crispy bread. Crispy and fluffy fries, fresh off the fryer, really hit the spot.

Don't worry about the queues too, because we realized they go down quickly as the staff work methodically like bees.

"Best döner kebab in Düsseldorf"? Perhaps!

Alternative: Palace of Kebap in Münsterstraße is another up-and-coming place to get your kebab fix, so swing by if you're ever in the area!

📍 Graf-Adolf-Straße 58, 40210 Düsseldorf, Germany

3H's Burger & Chicken

We asked around for the best halal burger joint in town, and were unanimously pointed to 3H's Burger & Chicken.

The three H's apparently stand for halal, handmade and homemade - and they offer the choice between juicy chicken or beef patties.


The burger buns are surprisingly soft and made from their own recipe. The fries may look rustic and roughly cut, but they tasted fantastic and expertly seasoned.

And then, there's their secret sauce — spicy, sweet, and utterly addictive. Pair it with a side of their chicken fingers, and you won't be disappointed.

📍 Fischerstraße 23, 40477 Düsseldorf, Germany

Jaipur Prime Restaurant

I love Indian food, and it happens that our favorite Indian restaurant in Düsseldorf serves 100% halal food.

Don't expect Jaipur Prime Restaurant to be a typical place that serves watered-down Indian dishes; my Indian friends vouch for their authenticity, claiming it's the closest you can get in Düsseldorf. 

The sauces that come with papadam (crisps made with lentil flour) as a starter are always popular. 

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The Tandoori Chicken and Kashmiri Rogan Josh are incredibly tender and bursting with flavor.

I highly recommend going with a group so you can share and taste a variety of dishes – including vegetarian dishes – and book ahead because they're often packed.