FAQ’S

Is this Halal?

The most crucial criterion for Muslims when choosing to consume food from a restaurant is to know how it assures the food is Halal.There are three main methods restaurants convey that their food is Halal:

1.Get the restaurant or kitchen Halal-certified
2.Muslim owned/managed restaurant
3.Based on the type of food they serve; e.g., strictly vegetarian or seafood restaurants.

What is a Halal logo for Restaurants?

Halal logo is a Halal certification body’s signage to indicate that the restaurant or kitchen has been halal-certified by them. The restaurant displays such signage to make it easier for diners to know that the restaurant or kitchen is Halal-certified.

Do you have a telephone number we can contact you on?

Yes , if you wish to contact us, email us at info@alibabas.co.uk. This email account is constantly monitored and we will reply to your query as soon as possible.Phone no is also available 0208 578 7786.

What is a Muslim restaurant /Muslim-owned Restaurant?

If a restaurant does not have a Halal-certificate but is owned and managed by Muslims, it also gives some level of Halal assurance to Muslims. When there are no Halal-certified restaurants, the next option Muslims will look for is Muslim-owned/managed restaurants.

What is a Muslim-friendly restaurant?

As the case with “Halal-friendly restaurants,” some restaurant stakeholders use this term to indicate that the food served is suitable for Muslims. However, it also conveys some level of uncertainty to Muslims on the level of Halal assurance of the food served.

Is there a difference between Halal and Halal Certified?

Yes! Something which is considered as Halal is not the same as a Halal Certified product. Halal is a general term related to the adjudication of a thing, while Halal certified products are products which have been duly vetted by a third-party halal certification body.

It is Halal to walk, run, and eat an apple, yet none of these require Halal certification. Most foods are deemed halal without certifying bodies involvement at all. So why the need for Halal certification?

Some details are incorrect, how do we update them?

You contact us, email us at info@alibabas.co.uk. This email account is constantly monitored and we will reply to your query as soon as possible.Phone no is also available 0208 578 7786.

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