It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s no secret that Christmas cheer is spreading around Florida (despite the fact that there is no snow). Visitors flock to hot spots like Orlando to spend their holiday break having fun in the sun. Many are coming from Europe, UK, Canada and the Northern States to escape the Winter Wonderland. Muslim families are also taking advantage of the school break to spend some quality time together and make some great memories while on vacation in the Sunshine State. Many local Muslims are also using the time off work and school to reconnect with family and friends, hanging out and eating at all the best Halal spots.
Eid is the celebration at the end of Ramadhan. It is a time to rejoice for all that was accomplished during the month including fasting, praying and reconnecting with family and friends. Many families have strong tradition of getting together and celebrating over a lavish meal on Eid day. With growing families and busier schedules, some families have opted to catering or celebrating at a local Halal restaurant so everyone can enjoy and not worry about the dishes after.
Universal Studios in Orlando is a magnet for roller coaster enthusiasts looking for thrills and speed. But working up a healthy appetite after a long day at the attractions, what’s a hungry Muggle looking for Halal eats supposed to do? (see what I did there, Harry Potter Reference). Finding the best Halal restaurants around the theme park can be time consuming. But don’t worry, Halal Food Guru has you covered.
With Valentines day around the corner, you may want to treat your spouse to a nice dinner. There are several Halal restaurants in the Orlando area that have distinctive traits to help you make your dining experience a little more special.