As a Singaporean, the aspect we’re most proud of about this country is the diversity in our tiny red dot. Not only do we have people of different races and cultures living harmoniously, but we can also boast a great variety of cuisines and food options!
In recent years, more food spots have been catering to the Muslim crowd by obtaining Halal certification. In 2020, good Halal food no longer has to be just the same old traditional Malay or Indonesian food. With this guide, we list our best 10 spots for tasty Halal food options from all different cuisines!
Top 10 Best Spots For Good Halal Food in S’pore!
1. Mr Wholly Seafood
Fancy some seafood? Located in the fancy Gardens by the Bay area, Mr. Wholly serves some good old-fashioned seafood in a bucket! With a generous serving of seafood, including crabs, prawns, mussels and clams, these seafood buckets come with 8 different sauce flavours to choose from. With each bucket prepared freshly to order, it’s no wonder the dish is as delicious as it looks! Grab your friends and family and don’t be afraid to get your fingers dirty as you feast on this together!
Location: #01-19, Satay By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm
2. Royz Et Vous
Proudly 100% Muslim-owned, Royz Et Vous specializes in specialty, hand-brewed coffee and quality Halal western food. They have a great all-day brunch menu, with classic brunch options like eggs benedict and poached eggs with smoked salmon or soft shell crab! For those who prefer mains, they also have an extensive mains and pasta menu. Note: the Smoked Duck and Beef Short Ribs come highly recommended!
Location: #01-01, 137 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068602
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon – Fri), 12pm – 10pm (Sat & Sun)
Do note that the cafe is closed from 4pm – 5pm daily.
- 37 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198485
3. Katong Kitchen
Another great buffet spot on our list, Katong Kitchen specialises in delicious and authentic local and Peranakan cuisine. They offer a wide spread of dishes, including snacks like Goreng Pisang and mains like Beef Rendang. They also have a good variety of dessert options – their signature Durian Pengat Shooters are an absolute must-try!
In addition, they have a Birthday Age promotion, where the birthday boy/girl’s age = amount of money off the total bill! Is there really any better place to celebrate your special day at than here?
(Do note that this promotion is only valid with a minimum of 4 adult diners)
Location: Level 4, Village Hotel Katong, 25 Marine Parade, Singapore 449536
Opening Hours: A-la-carte: 6.30am – 10pm (Daily), Buffet Breakfast: 6.30am – 10.30am (Daily), Buffet Lunch: 12pm – 2.30pm (Mon – Fri), 12pm – 3pm (Sat & Sun), Buffet Dinner: 6.30pm – 10pm (Daily, including eve of PH & PH)
4. Ichikokudo Ramen
With ingredients flown in from Hokkaido, Ichikokudo Ramen serves affordable, Halal-certified Hokkaido-style ramen in the heart of Singapore! Boasting specialty flavours curated by Japanese chefs, this all-Halal menu will not make you miss normal ramen at all. From $9.90, there are a wide variety of ramen options, from Lobster to Duck, all accompanied by their rich, flavourful broth. Their interior even replicates the traditional style of ramen restaurants in Japan, giving an overall authentic experience!
Location: #B1-135, Suntec City North Wing, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm (Mon – Thurs, Sun), 11.30am – 10.30pm (Fri, Sat & PH)
- #B3-35/36, 313@Somerset, 313 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895
#01-02/K1, Cross Street Exchange, 181 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058743
#B1-15/16, Paya Lebar Quarter, 10 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409057
5. Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant
Craving for some good Korean food? Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant serves up delicious traditional Korean dishes, from stews and soups to pancakes and Bibimbap. Their signature dish is the Army Stew, which stands out from other variations with its fiery heat and rich broth. For those who can’t take spicy food, we advise you let the staff know!
Location: #01-02, Viva Business Park, 750 Chai Chee Road, Singapore 469000
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm (Daily)
6. The Co-Op
From the team behind big names in the Halal restaurant community, such as (working title) and Tipo, The Co-Op is a cozy Muslim-owned restaurant serving quality Western fare. With two locations in both the East and West of Singapore, this spot is great for after work catch-ups and family gatherings. Freshly hand-making pasta everyday, their pasta menu is a must-try! They also serve up other delicious Western cuisines like Mexican, British.
Additionally, they have a wonderful value-for-money student lunch deal, with their signature mains and free-flow soft drinks going from $7.90 nett! Students, be sure to grab your friends and head over after school!
Location: #03-04, 1 Tampines Walk, HomeTeamNS Tampines, Our Tampines Hub
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
- #01-07A/B, 2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, Singapore 659003
7. Chickata Makan Place
Mookata fans, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered too! Chickata Makan Place has an extensive selection of meat and seafood for grilling, as well as other dishes like Thai fish cake to spice up your grill. Choose between Tom Yum or Chicken broth to accompany your well-charred food, and add some ramen noodles or tang hoon in for that extra load of carbs!
Location: #01-118, Blk 326 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 600326
Opening Hours: 3pm – 11pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 11pm (Sat & Sun)
7. (working title) Burger Bar
With delicious gourmet burgers and artisanal coffee, (working title) Burger Bar is already a popular spot among locals. With fresh-off-the-grill meats served in toasted brioche buns, the spread of burgers may require more than one visit to find your favourite among the options! Besides burgers, they also serve Ribena Wings – an interesting fusion that you can only find here. They also have weekday set lunches starting from $10.90, making it a great place for lunch breaks or after-school treats!
Location: 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Sun – Thurs), 12pm – 11pm (Fri & Sat)
8. Goshin Ramen
Travelling out of the country? Don’t worry, you can still get your ramen fix at Goshin Ramen, which is located in Changi Airport Terminal 4. The halal Japanese restaurant serves up a wide variety of ramen options, with various delicious soup bases like prawn and chicken with salt. Their ramen also comes with a selection of atas ingredients such as Wagyu Beef Ribs. They also have some great sushi options and Japanese favourites, for those who don’t fancy ramen as much as the rest of us!
Location: #02-201, Terminal 4 Changi Airport Level 2M, Singapore 819665
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 10.30pm (Daily)
Popular American sandwich chain Blimpie has finally landed on our shores! Nestled in the hip yet cozy Tampines Food Co, the deli uses all halal-certified ingredients in their yummy sandwiches, wraps, paninis and salads. The ordering process is much like in Subway, with a wide spread of breads and ingredients to build the perfect sub! Be sure to try their signature Meatball Hero – a classic Meatball Marinara sub!
Location: #01-05, Tampines Food Co, 10 Tampines North Drive 4, Singapore 528553
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm (Daily)
10. 21 On Rajah
For the big eaters, 21 On Rajah is an absolute must-try! Serving affordable Mediterranean and Southeast Asian favourites, the Halal-certified buffet is a great place for events and gatherings. They offer a good spread of options, including their signature Slow Braised Lamb Shank and Beef Meatballs. If you’re not up for the pressure of a buffet, they also offer a-la-carte options – their Slow-baked Norwegian Salmon is a must-try!
Location: Days Hotel, 1 Jalan Rajah, Singapore 329133
Opening Hours: 6am – 10.30am (Breakfast), 12pm – 2.30pm (Weekday Lunch/Weekend Brunch), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner)
Enjoy Our Top 10 Best Halal Food Spots in Singapore!
Finding Halal options when dining can be a hassle, but luckily there are plenty of options available in our multi-racial country. Be rest assured that all of these spots serve food as good, if not better, than their non-Halal counterparts. Try out some of our recommendations and let us know what you think. Happy eating!
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