Date of final update : 2021.09.08   |  
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Muslim-Friendly Restaurants/ Arabesque (Dongincheon)

We introduce a temple food made entirely of vegetables for Muslims. We present restaurants that sell only Halal food where you can experience Korean food and experience culture together.
Halal Restaurant
Yahala Coffee & Kebab
Yahala Restaurant is a place where you can taste Arabic kebabs in Incheon. This restaurant, prepared by Middle Eastern chefs, has become famous as a restaurant that many Middle Eastern buyers visit. The menu is in English and Arabic, making it convenient for foreign customers.
  • AddressAddress
    205, Neungheodae-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-834-0609
  • Hours of OperationHours of Operation
    Daily 10:00-22:00
    Holidays : Open year round
  • WebsiteWebsite
Manokamana
It is a Muslim-friendly restaurant with Indian and Nepalese food as its main menu. They also have professional Indian and Nepali chefs. You can taste fresh Greek salad, tandoori chicken naan, and curry. You can also enjoy homemade milk tea, made with tea brought directly from the Himalayas, and Indian desserts.

* There are 2 locations in Incheon (both in Songdo).
  • AddressAddress
    1F, 4-1, Songdo 1(il)-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
    Address (Song-Do 2)
    33-3, Songdogwahak-ro 16beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-833-8850(Song-Do)
    +82-32-310-9592(Song-Do2)
  • Hours of OperationHours of Operation
    Tue-Sun 11:00-22:00
    Holidays : Mon
  • WebsiteWebsite
Arabesque (Dongincheon)
Arabesque in Dongincheon is a Turkish food specialty and Halal restaurant. The owner and the staffs are natives, so you can taste authentic Turkish cuisine with a variety of spices. It is a popular restaurant that many foreigners visit for its authentic taste of Turkish kebabs and other Middle Eastern dishes.
  • AddressAddress
    1st 41, Seongmal-ro, Namdong-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-764-0064
  • Hours of OperationHours of Operation
    11:00 – 22:00
    Holidays : Open all year round
Jeondeungsa Temple Food
Located in Jeondeungsa Temple, the oldest temple located in the mountains of Ganghwado, Incheon, at this temple kitchen, you can eat temple food regardless of religion. Muslims can also enjoy temple food because it only has vegetables. You can fully enjoy the essence of Korean temples and mountain scenery here.

*Admission fee (KRW) Adult 3,000 / Youth 2,000 / Child 1,000
  • AddressAddress
    37-41, Jeondeungsa-ro, Gilsang-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-937-0125
  • Hours of OperationHours of Operation
    Summertime 08:00-18:30
    Wintertime 08:30-18:00
    Holidays : Open year round
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