Is Oporto Halal certified?


The chicken, the eatery claims, is Halal approved and cooked in line with Muslim law. Many kinds of chicken products, from whole birds to fillets and strips to grilled tenders and spicy chicken bolas, are included. In addition, there are established protocols to guarantee the proper processing of the chicken. As the restaurant cannot ensure that no non-Halal ingredients come into contact with the chicken during the cooking process, they cannot claim to be officially Halal certified. Diners are free to decide for themselves whether or not they find the restaurant to follow Halal standards. Despite this, the eatery brags that it caters to a large number of Muslim diners.

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