Secularfood Status: Uncertified

About this outlet

Chandni Chowk Birmingham is a verbally confirmed Secularfood Indian restaurant.

It has confirmed to Secularfood that on their everyday menu Standard (Convential) meat and meat by-products is sold.  The two London Chandni Chowk restaurants have confirmed that they also have a halal option menu and ensure that both meats are stored and cooked separately. Presently this Chandni Chowk Birmingham restaurant which operates as an independent franchise, has not confirmed that a halal option menu is available.

The Chandni Chowk Birmingham, works hard to ensure that a full range of foods including vegetarian options are available for all . This ensures that all dietary needs are respected. This Chandni Chowk Birmingham restaurant prides itself on cooking Authentic traditional Indian food.

Bringing you all the way from Delhi (India). Our very own Chandni Chowk, recreating the experience of traditional indian cuisine and sweets (halwai).


Chandni Chowk Indian restaurant Birmingham; Secularfood Status:

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Updated: (29/09/13)