Muslim-Friendly Halal Restaurants in Melbourne

The heart of all the hustle and bustle is the Melbourne city centre. Jump on the free City Circle tram if you’ve just arrived for a tour of Melbourne’s most famous landmarks, such as Parliament House and Victoria State Library. Explore the Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building if you want to glimpse old Melbourne.

Remember to take pictures for your ‘ Gram ‘ in countless graffiti-filled lanes such as Hosier and Rutledge Lane, Caledonian Lane, Union Lane, Rear 280 Queen Street at Finlay Avenue, 21 Degraves Street, Corner Flinders Lane and Cocker Alley, 122 Palmerston Street and Center Place.

Feeling peckish after all the posing? Okay, there are plenty of Halal Restaurants Cafes scattered throughout the city offering quality coffee and sweets for your indulgence.  We have listed afew below.