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Halal Food In Lower Manhattan

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NYC probably has more halal food options than any other city in the US. If you’re studying at NYU you’re even luckier as you live pretty close to what is locally known as “Curry Hill”. It runs from 25th to 30th street on Lexington Avenue in lower Manhattan.  Handi and Lahori kabab are two of the best low priced desi options. Chinese Mirch is also a nice Halal desi/Chinese place there. There are also several shops in the area from where you can get stuff like Biryani Masala to the local Lipton tea you drank back home.


However, there are several places that are much closer to campus and Halal if you do not want to venture so far out. The Halal Marketplace in NYU’s Kimmel Center offers Halal food every weekday from 12-3 and 5-8. Besides that, Mamoun’s Falafel ,Kati Roll Company and TurKiss in the Greenwich Village are also good snack points. Lastly, almost every food cart in the city is Halal. A particularly famous one near NYU is Sammy’s Halal cart on West 4th & Broadway.


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