If you’ve been to the tourist center of Amsterdam, you’ve probably noticed that the Dutch love kebab more than just too much. You will find several cafes, food stalls and restaurants serving falafel, Turkish kebab and kebab, especially within the canal rings. However, not all of them are Halal certified, as many of them serve alcohol, even if their meat is Halal. Below is the list of Halal restaurants in Amsterdam:
6. MOZO Restaurant
Restaurant MOZO is a Moroccan restaurant where the tagine dishes are highly recommended. They have an interesting selection of hot and cold tapas and couscous served in the traditional Moroccan way. They even serve Bastilla, the hearty Moroccan pastry, but not with a pigeon. At the weekend, high tea is offered for groups of at least 4 to 6 people.
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