Ha-lal Buffet (Dundee) Reviews
Newest Review: ... see anyone having with Halal food is that certain foods are forbidden. You won't find any pork in this buffet, so if you are on an exclusively pork diet you might not enjoy this (is the fact I'm eating a ham sandwich as I type this ironic in any way?) You won't find a lot of seafood either as anything that doesn't have scales is not allowed (so pretty much anything that walks along the ocean floor on legs, which rings a giant Leviticus shaped bells) Crabs, shrimp, lobsters, prawns all out. Fish in. Most importantly of all is that **puts on a booming echo-filled voice**Alcohol. Is. Out. If your world just came crashing down, first of all... more
Customer Ha-lal Buffet (Dundee) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/10/12 (Very useful, 165 readings)
===A bit of a Picnic=== If you go down to Dundee today, you better be hungry. Restaurants keep popping up everywhere at the minute. One such restaurant is the Halal Indian buffet. The first time we went was to get over a hangover. It worked rather well. Knowing that we enjoyed the first time, we decided to go again. Mostly we were trying our best to stuff our faces since our new exercise and food regime started the next day. ===Where do we go from here?=== The restaurant is situated on Whitehall Street right next to Jimmy Chungs Chinese buffet. Right outside it you will find a bunch of bus stops so if you don't drive it's incredibly easy ... Read the complete review
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