What do you think about "The Halal Guys" from NY?
If you're in a terrible rush, and need to get some food and wolf it down on a busy weekday, it's alright once in a while. Of course, the location in question is perpetually backed up by confused tourists who somehow got the idea that it's a good meal. Probably by reading the same retarded websites that cater to poorfags and continue to claim there's no good food in Manhattan and you have to go to Pelham Park or Sheepshead bay or some shit.
>make a swift, deep incision that cuts the front of the throat
>The animal cannot be stunned prior to having its throat cut
sounds like fun.
Overrated. Not saying I don't like some chicken over rice from time to time, but you can get it from any number of halal carts around the entire city (hell, my favorite carts are in queens)
I mean, when your dumping a bunch of white sauce over it, you don't really taste what's underneath it anyway.
>but I still buy and enthusiastically stuff my face with fourth-rate CAFO shitmeat because the first and only time I've ever thought about where meat comes from was when I read about it on stormfront
I think they are very good for being only a street fast food.
It's cheap and they serve a lot of food into your plate. You have rice, meat (chicken and gyro), salad and tomatoes, arabic bread, and two delicious sauces.
I don't think it matters that it's illegal where you live. "European-style Halal" is not traditional Halal. It's basically muslims going "oh well, that's close enough and I don't want to go back to my smelly dust land, so I guess so you can call it Halal and we'll eat it."
A Scotsman is a man from Scotland, but can be construed to mean anything else. Halal is literally defined in some book. If it's not Halal, it's not Halal.
If you're ignoring one of their arbitrary conditions, where does it end?
What he said.
Though there are some things that set them apart from the other halal carts: their hot sauce is definitely a more concentrated and sharper hot sauce, pita bread comes standard, and their portions are sufficiently large that it justifies the higher price.
I still want to murder everyone who pretends that this is the only cart in the city that makes this food. In reality, halal carts are very ubiquitous and have certainly replaced the hot dog as the city's characteristic street food.
The reason also that this cart is good is because it's so popular that they have to keep making fresh food all the time.
It's not like going to a hot dog stand at 7pm and asking how fresh is that hot dog 19 minutes or 4 hours?
>Point is meat can be labeled halal and be slaughtered humanely
Are you an American? You sure sound stupid enough to be one.
Halal ritual slaughter is Halal ritual slaughter. If it isn't Halal ritual slaughter then it isn't Halal ritual slaughter.
Why are muslims so mad all the time? If I believed it was literally the will of God that I rape pretty young girls all the time, I'd be stoked.
It's good drunk food/late night option. The hot sauce is actually spicy and you get a good amount of food for $6. There are tons of halal carts though and this one just happens to be the most popular. I'm sure there are better ones out there.
That's not saying much and if in that neighborhood then you're probably not too worried about whether it's the cheapest thing in Manhattan or not.
If you really want cheap shit, go to that slimy pizza joint near the Port Authority bus terminal and get your $1 dollar pizza slices and complain somewhere else.