We arrived at Roma Termini from Florence at 11:10 and decided to have an early lunch. It’s not difficult for Muslim travellers to obtain halal meals in Rome as there are surprising plentiful of eateries just across the station. So many in fact, you’ll be hard press to choose which one. Like other Italian cities, expect to pay €7-10 for a meal. Halal meals in Italy has been delicious with their taste resembling the use of similar spices what we would have used back home. Location of halal eateries are marked on the map below.
Once filled up, we headed for the Roma Termini metro station located one level down to start our Rome itinerary, the Colosseum being the first.
Chicken briyani and boiled egg.
Halal eateries nearby Roma Termini.
At least 3 halal eateries here. Further down are mini markets. Location ‘A’ in map.
A continuation photo of the above. Location ‘A’ in map.
Decided to eat at ‘Roma Halal’. Chicken briyani please. Location ‘A’ in map.
Dining area of the eatery. Location ‘A’ in map.
More halal eateries on the other side of the street. Location ‘B’ in map.
Place you order here. Location ‘B’ in map.
Quite pack in the indoor dining area. Location ‘B’ in map.
Halal eatery signboard outside Ottaviano metro stop.
As you exit Ottaviano metro stop, on the other side of the road heading towards the Vatican, you’ll see this signboard. Didn’t try though.