|We went there on a rainy winter day.|
|The restaurant is open 24 hours.|
|Our orders being prepared.|
The restaurant operator (the guy on the left slicing meat) is a Muslim from Macedonia. He has lived in Ljubljana for 8 years. He told us that the Muslim community in Ljubljana needs EUR 4 million build a mosque. Their current mosque is just a house. Hopefully they will be able to raise sufficient fund soon, ameen.
|On our first visit, we ordered their infamous döner box.|
|On our second visit, we ordered kebab sandwich wrapped in thin bread.|
I must tell you the döner box was really yummy! So glad that we ordered it. The restaurant is conveniently located across the road from Ljubljana main bus station and train station. So even if you are in transit, you’ll be able to take a quick detour from either stations. The address is Trg Osvobodilne fronte 14. Here it is on Google map.
After visiting Konkurenca and Šeherezada, I could safely conclude that my pre-trip worry was completely unfounded. Ljubljana wasn’t deprived of halal restaurant at all :-)