Best Manchester takeaways to break your fast during Ramadan

Going out to eat during Ramadan can often be nothing short of a nightmare. As Iftar roles in the late evening, plenty of takeaways will either be shut or extremely busy.

Because of this, it can be a lot easier for those wanting to break their fast to simply order the food in. Because of this, the MEN have compiled a list of some of the top-rated halal takeaways in Manchester which are also open way past Iftar.

But, we would still recommend that if you are placing an order for food on the same day that you do it well before Iftar is due as you may be forced to wait an extremely long time.

Readmore: The best restaurants in Manchester to break your fast

Mughli Charcoal Pit

Mughli has a variety of curry and tandoori dishes to offer at Iftar

Mughli keeps its roots in the classic tandoori joints of the early 20th century while adding a modern twist to its menu. Alongside freshly grilled meat and baked tandoori bread, this spot also offers a range of authentic curry dishes.

The restaurant and takeaway has been owned and managed by a family since 1991.

30 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M14 5TQ


Roman serves authentic Lebanese food

The Romman restaurant and takeaway serves a variety of Lebanese cuisine including batata harra (spicy potatoes), fatoush (traditional salad with pomegranate molasses) and shish tawuk.

198 Mauldeth Rd, Manchester M19 1AJ


MyLahore combines British and Asian cuisine

By blending a mixture of British and Asian cuisine together, MyLahore delivers plenty of home comfort food for people from a variety of backgrounds.

As caterers, MyLahore is also serving up an Iftar Buffet at Stanley House in Blackburn offering a huge range of classic Desi starters, mains and desserts as well as Chinese-style and vegetarian/vegan options available.

MyLahore restaurant: 14-18 Wilmslow Rd, Rusholme, Manchester M14 5TQ

Stanley house iftar buffet: Stanley House, Further Ln, Mellor, Blackburn BB2 7NP

Alif Grill

Alif grill serves a variety of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food

Alif Grill sells itself as a modern takeaway with a cafe-like setting, offering kebabs, grilled chicken and other Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes.

105 Cheetham Hill Rd, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 8PY

Ibby’s Kitchen

Ibby’s Kitchen is dedicated to serving top-quality burgers and pizzas by only using prime-aged Aberdeen Angus and Lamb Mine sourced from grass-fed, free-range, Halal Tayyub farm. The takeaway also offers catering services for a wide range of events.

48 Cambrian St, Manchester M40 7EG

Kebabish Grill & Steakhouse

Kebabish offers a variety of grilled specialties

Located near the Manchester Arena, Kebabish specializes in grilled barbecue food such as halal steaks, ribs, gourmet, burgers and Punjabi curries. They are also the only restaurant in Manchester to serve HMC approved halal 28-day dry-aged Wagyu, Aberdeen Angus steaks and burgers.

170-172 Cheetham Hill Rd, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 8LQ

Fireaway Designer Pizza

Fireaway is a pizza place with a unique twist – the customer can choose everything they want on it themselves with unlimited toppings on offer. The takeaway also has a range of desserts and milkshakes available.

266 Wilmslow Rd, Fallowfield, Manchester M14 6JR

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