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    The Best Halal Restaurants To Visit When Studying At NCG Dublin

    When you study English with NCG in Dublin, you’ll get to experience all our rich English course has to offer whilst enjoying the vibrant capital city of Ireland.

    Dublin is a wonderful place to learn English, not to mention a great destination to just simply visit and relax in. The city boasts plenty of major landmarks like the Dublin Castle, along with shopping centres and museums, there’s something for everyone. It’s also home to some fantastic halal restaurants, where you can enjoy a wide variety of cuisines.

    From the the Silk Road Café to Rick’s Burgers, we’re having a look at some of the best halal restaurants you can visit whilst you study English in Dublin…


    The Silk Road Café

    Located in the heart of the city, in the Chester Beatty Library on the grounds of Dublin Castle, the Silk Road Café combines Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine with a museum of Asian artefacts.

    The popular student and artist spot offers fresh homemade foods, cakes and beverages – contained in what used to be an 18th century clock tower. The Café also plays host to Ireland’s first Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cookery school.


    The Cedar Tree

    The Cedar Tree takes the title of Dublin’s longest established Lebanese restaurant, and offers an extensive and varied menu within ethnically-inspired surroundings.

    This popular culinary oasis is located right in the middle of the city’s shopping district and offers authentic Lebanese food, a relaxed and informal ambience, and even has traditional belly dancers to entertain diners at the weekend.



    Zaytoon is one of the most popular purveyors of kebabs in Dublin, and offers an extensive menu that fully caters to vegans and vegetarians as well.

    Their selection of kebabs are always served with fresh bread, baked daily in a clay oven. They even offer free chips and a drink to taxi drivers, Gardaí and bus drivers.


    The Halal Sultan

    This restaurant is recognised for serving a rich variety of delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian dishes.

    Located in the vibrant student party zone in Dublin’s city centre, it’s ideally placed for you to quickly grab some authentic Indian food, as you enjoy a night out. The menu boasts cheap student friendly prices, and the place is known for having some of the best falafel in Dublin.


    Rick’s Burgers

    Perfectly located in Dublin’s Dame District, this convenient halal friendly burger restaurant serves up delicious American style burgers.

    The place is close to plenty of the busy pubs of George’s Street, and thanks to it’s affordably priced food, it’s become one of the most popular casual late night dining spots in Dublin.


    These restaurants and much more are waiting for you when you enroll on an English speaking course at our Dublin English Language School.


    So why not join us at NCG?


    Come and secure your place quickly, to study with us and experience all that the city has to offer!