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The Best Halal Pizza in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / May 4, 2015

halal pizza torontoThe best halal pizza in Toronto will satisfy cravings for cheese, sauce and carbs while also adhering to Islamic law. These places aren't extravagant, but they offer diverse menus that go above and beyond your typical pizza joint offerings, so should you want a little shawarma on the side... these guys can deliver.

Here are the best halal pizza joints in Toronto.

See also

The Best Pizza in Toronto
The Best Pizza in Scarborough

Pizza La Rosa

Pizza La Rosa

This pizzeria on Victoria Park offers the usual assortment of pizza toppings plus halal friendly favourites like turkey bacon and chicken ham. Aside from pizzas, find the menu billing salads, wraps, sandwiches, wings, and pastas too. More »

Al Madina

Al Madina

The halal bakery and pizzeria on Lawrence Ave. East is primarily a takeout and delivery operation that services Scarborough and the surrounding area. Walk-in orders will save a couple bucks on full pies loaded with traditional toppings including beef pepperoni. More »

Yogi's Pizza

Yogi's Pizza

Pizza and wings are the specialty at this take out and delivery joint that offers a pork-free pizza experience with all-beef alternatives to pepperoni and bacon. Locals love their soft, doughy crust that’s akin to garlic bread. More »

Pizza Land Halal

Pizza Land Halal

Italian and Middle Eastern dishes are listed side by side on the menu at this pizza joint found in a Wexford strip mall. Aside from pizzas, find everything from wings and panzos, to shish tawook and falafel. More »

Slice of New York

Slice of New York

This popular halal pizza place near the bus terminal at Bay and Dundas does brisk-walk-in business. The menu boasts traditional pizzas by the slice plus stromboli, calzone and hoagies all at modest prices. More »

Halal Pizza and Chicken

Halal Pizza and Chicken

This compact take-away counter dishes out giant, fully loaded pizzas at excellent value. As its name suggests, pizzas aren't its only strength - chicken wings tossed in finger-licking good hot sauce rival the pies as menu favourites. More »

Bismillah Pizza

Bismillah Pizza

This halal pizza parlour at Eglinton and Markham is a casual joint specializing in stone-baked pizzas, along with fried chicken, burgers, and wings. The selection of fresh pizza toppings includes the usual suspects along with a few unique options like tuna or tandoori chicken. More »

Arafat

Arafat

Halal pizzas and Lebanese dishes meet on the menu of this pizza parlour/kebab house at Lawrence and Midland. Find Western favourites like pizza and subs billed alongside shawarmas and kababs. More »

Paramount

Paramount

This chain of halal eateries might be best known for its shawarma and manakeesh but they put their wood fired ovens to good use making pizzas too. Personal sized pies can be had with beef pepperoni or classic veggie toppings, but most notable are their unique pies like the Philly shawarma, chicken Caesar, and butter chicken pizzas More »

Discussion

10 Comments

jason cline / May 4, 2015 at 10:33 pm
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I get halal pizza from Mickeys Italian Deep Dish pizza from port credit , the meat tastes better for some reason.
andrew / May 4, 2015 at 11:01 pm
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halal (kosher) is generally cleaner meat and middle eastern folks throw down/turn up on pizza (especially turkish and lebanese people). Turkish pizza in general is a totally different take on you're regular local pizza place or even the more upscale liberetto's of the world. dope sauce, crazy feta/goat/sheeps cheese/ great flavors and flat bread.

sidebar i'm jewish and conservative and i approve this review.
Joe Q. replying to a comment from andrew / May 5, 2015 at 10:36 am
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Kosher and Halal are different things altogether: some of the rules for slaughtering the animals are the same, and the restriction on pork is also common to both, but that's where it ends.

Kosher pizza has no meat because of the prohibition on having meat and dairy (cheese) in the same meal.
anwaar / May 6, 2015 at 10:20 am
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Thank you, Joe Q for a very sage, elucidating comment.
Abdul Al-Basith / May 7, 2015 at 04:13 pm
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Halal Noor Pizza should be added to this list.
Habiba Khan / May 14, 2015 at 12:50 am
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Pizza La Rosa is absolutelymwell deserved to be the Number 1 Halal Pizza in GTA. And they did it, I love their Gourmet pizza, Lasagna and Chicken Parmesan sandwich . Today I tried Penne pasta with chicken, mushroom, green pepper with rose sauce. It was so delicious and hot the spot. The service and cleanliness is noticeable.Thanks. Keep up the good work. See you soon Insha Allah soon.
Fiona / May 14, 2015 at 05:26 pm
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I am thrilled to see Pizza La Rosa at the top of this list. You don't have to eat Halal to love this place, it is easily the best pizza in the area. I'm just glad to see that it is getting the recognition it so well deserves.
Adam / May 30, 2015 at 05:22 pm
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Halal Is Moral
The animals suffer less
Sahi / June 8, 2015 at 06:55 pm
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Twice The Deal Pizza is the best Pizza I would recommend if you happen to be in Mississauga

3115 Winston Churchill Blvd
Mississauga, ON
(905) 820-4444
Shabi / August 5, 2015 at 12:12 am
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I am glad to see Pizza La Rosa ranked # 1 in this category and they deserved it. The owners( couple) are really working hard in a right truck to make the best halal Italian food for our community.I am having their food since they open and the taste is gating better and better specially their dough, tomato sauce, high quality cheese, Lasagna, philly cheese steak sandwich and chicken parm. I also love their Penne Alla Americana pasta. Out of the world. You can ask for little spiced up too. Yesterday, while I was there, I saw they added a soft served Ice Cream machine serving Vanilla, Chocolate ans twist. I tasted a regular cone for $ 2.25. It's way better than DQ. Anyway, I would say again Pizza La Rosa is the best and my all time favourite.

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