Our fresh meats come from animals who are grass fed and raised in Georgia local farms. Due to the expertise of our master butcher, any type of Special Cut you want or need can be provided.
Halal Prepared Foods
Visit us on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays to enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, of course, all Halal.
We do Catering, ask for our prices.
What is halal?
Halal is Arabic for permissible. Halal food is that which adheres to Islamic law, as defined in the Koran. It must comply with the religious ritual and observance of Sharia law.
What is the process?
The animal, lamb, beef, veal, goat, is 100% grass fat. The chicken is vegeterian fed, grown without antibiotics. The form of slaughtering animals or poultry, dhabiha, involves killing through a cut to the jugular vein, carotid artery and windpipe. Animals must be alive and healthy at the time of slaughter and all blood is drained from the carcass. During the process, a Muslim will recite a dedication, know as tasmiya or shahada.
Have you experienced friendly and personalized service when shopping for your favorite selection of meats?
Come experience this plus more with us. In our shop your host Mouhamad Mahmoud will offer you the best service and the best Halal Meat in town.
See what others are saying about us:
"This morning Mouhamad (and his charming Vera Cruz born wife) surfaced, and the news is all good. He has his own shop, Tripoli Halal Meat. It's just to the right of Tasty China I at Lower Loop 120 corner of Franklin Road in Marietta.
He's got the same world class Georgia grass fed lamb and beef as he carried at Buford Hwy Farmers Market, at prices almost 25% less than the BHFM meat counter."
"Mohammed, "your culinary market ambassador," makes the kabobs fresh every day at the renovated treasure trove just past I-285 on Buford Highway. He uses American lamb that's all natural, grass-fed, and always ground on site. The type of lamb used is mild, not aggressive, so the kabobs will appeal to your kiddies, who may not be lamb-ready. There's also a nice amount of fat in the kabobs, so don't worry if you overcook them. They'll still be juicy."
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If you are coming from Atlanta:
Get on I-75 North
Follow I-75, take Exit 263 to Marietta Southern Poly 120 Loop
Continue to follow signs to Marietta Southern Poly 120 Loop, you are going to reach South Marietta Pkwy
Stay left, you will reach Franklin Gateway SE in 1/4 mile, turn left. In less than 1/4 mile make a U-turn to enter Nazareth Plaza
If you are coming from North to South:
Get on I-75 South
Follow I-75, take Exit 263 to Marietta Southern Poly until you reach South Marietta Pkwy, turn right
Stay left, you will reach Franklin Gateway SE in 1/4 mile, turn left. In less than 1/4 mile make a U-turn to enter Nazareth Plaza.