Ramadan: The best places to break your fast in Paris

Ramadan: The best places to break your fast in Paris

Dining out in Ramadan can be difficult due to Iftar being so late this year and restaurants not providing prayer facilities. So, to help you out, we have compiled our favorite 5 best Paris restaurants providing late night openings and special Iftar menu obviously all halal.

1) La-French-Touch

Love a good burger that is hallah then head down to French Touch.  They serve Bio burgers made to please your iftar hunger. This resturant located in La Défense  takes Réservations from 11h à 12h and  18h à 19h au 0147474848.   They are closed respectfully on Friday’s & Sunday’s  Hamburgeoisez-vous!

Address: 137 Rue des Fauvelles, 92400 Courbevoie

2) Chez Omar

Chez Omar Hallah Resturants Paris

This is one of my favorites.  In the mood for home style soul food  cooking from North Africa, particularity from Algeria. The bistro is old school french, so they do serve alcohol.  They do not take reservations, so get there way before iftar.  This place is always packed. French, Algerian and Moroccan food restaurant has also opend a location in  Williamsburg, Brooklyn “Bar Omar”, and in Paris “Chez Omar”  In the 1970s, Omar Guerda was among the first to introduce North African flavors to Parisians. Chez Omar, in the Marais, quickly became a staple in the rich Paris restaurant landscape, where next-door neighbors and international artists alike enjoyed gathering. In 2016, a sister location opened in the bustling neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in New York.  Chez Omar accepts reservations for big groups only.

(+33) 9 86 39 91 14.

Open every day from 12 pm to 2:30 pm & from 7 pm to 11:30 pm

Address: 47 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris
3) Mama Jackson Soul Food 
Mama Jackson Soul Food Hallah resturant paris
I stumbled upon this place in the 12eme, by accident.  I spotted the words Soul Food. The have chicken and waffles on the menu.  Ideal for an iftar dinner  because you can get sweet and savory in one meal.  This place is tiny, so I also recommend getting there early, so your food arrives onces it’s time to break your fast. They are super sweet and just tell them you are fasting for Ramadan, they will keep your plate hot until it’s time to eat.

Address: 147 Rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris

HipHop/Soul Music/Jazz 🎶

09 83 51 25 47
4) Osè African Cuisine
Ose African Cuisine Hallal Resturant Paris
If you like spicy for this African restaurant is top on the list of places to visit this Ramadan in Paris.  You can eat on the spot or take away.  All there food is served in cardboard boxes. All their  plates are prepared with care by a true African chief with love.  This African restaurant, where quality is the key.  Invite you to take a journey with your tastes buds through Africa to discover the intoxicating flavory from all over Africa!

Address: 34 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris
5) Jah Jah by Le Tricycle
Jah Jah Hallah Resturants Paris
Is our new vegan hangout in Paris.  One of the best choices after fasting for more then 20 hours.  Kick start your iftar with fresh juices, fish cakes and vegetable based delicacies like buffalo cauliflower nibbles. 100% vegan, gluten free and raw food.   The Best part it’s all so yummy, with the energy boost you need to finish the rest of your fasting.
Address: 11 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris
Open  · 12–10:30PM

About the author

Charlotte is an urban New Yorker who has lived in London, Paris & Morocco. She has an MBA in Management and Economics of Luxury Brands and Fashion and her BFA from the New School. She calls herself the dyslexic writer living between London & Paris. Digital Fashion & Lifestyle Architect ?:ChaChaNyc007


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