11 Trendiest Halal Restaurants in Singapore
Singapore thrives from its multicultural and harmonious community that lives and works together. But it can sometimes be a bit difficult to find a decent halal meal amongst all the gourmet options out there.
Here’s our list of Halal restaurants in Singapore so you don’t miss out on great food!
The trendiest list of Halal restaurants to visit in Singapore
Changi Village sees a lot of Malaysian visitors coming and going from the port here. Which is why Saltwater couldn’t be in a better place to fill empty stomachs with Halal-certified grub! Enjoy the selection of seafood and grilled meat from the barbeque station before you continue your journey to or from Singapore.
Address: Saltwater, 1 Netheravon Rd, Changi Village Hotel Level 1, 508502, p. 6379 7018.
Available for dine-in reservations via its website, deliveries only available until 30 June 2020.
- Blue Jasmine
To put a spring back in your step, treat yourself to Thai cuisine. Park Hotel’s restaurant turns out delicious Thai fare that’s world-renowned. Pad thai, photek, creamy red and green curry…the Halal-certified restaurant is sure to excite taste buds.
Address: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Singapore 217564
Available for dine-in reservations via its website.
The first ever Halal-certified Hokkaido ramen restaurant makes this list of halal restaurants in Singapore.
The broth packs depth of flavour in the signature Soy Sauce Ramen. Great for satisfying cravings for Japanese cuisine.
Address: Suntec City #B1-135 (North Wing), 313@somerset #B3-35/36, Cross Street Exchange #01-02/K1, Paya Lebar Quarter #B1-15/16, 45 Bussorah Street, Hillion Mall #01-01/02
Available for both dine-ins (reserve via website) and take-aways (order online).
- Positano Risto
Italian cuisine is considered as a staple of classic Western dining. Positano Risto ensure you don’t miss out on good food and deservedly belongs on this list of Halal restaurants in Singapore you can visit.
You’ll be dining at one of the finest Italian restaurants in Singapore. And because it’s Halal-certified, you can enjoy specialities such as fettucini with fresh whole lobsters and mushroom risotto.
Address: 66 Bussorah St, 199479 Singapore
Available for dine-ins: make your reservation online or call (6292 1866) or WhatsApp (9711 5833) today!
- Fatty Bom Bom Sizzle
Looking for big portions, meat and an affordable meal under S$10? Fatty Bom Bom Sizzle ticks all those boxes with their signature hotplates that’ll be sure to leave you in a food coma.
Address: Across various outlets; check out their outlets here and respective operating hours wef from 22 June 2020.
While we already have Italian restaurants in our list of Halal restaurants in Singapore, Tipo provides a different take by offering special handmade pasta! You have the luxury of Squid Ink Spaghetti or other seasonal choices like orange-infused tagliatelle to commemorate Chinese New Year.
Address: 785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753
Available for dine-ins now, remember to make your reservation via the restaurant’s website!
- Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro
Digging into giant Swedish meatballs is so satisfying. And you can get your Swedish meatball fix at Fika. The Halal-certified restaurant is a welcome addition to the list of Halal restaurants in Singapore. And the desserts have garnered the bistro a huge following as well!
Address: 257 Beach Road. Singapore 199539
Available for island-wide deliveries (free delivery for orders above $100) via their website or WhatsApp (9384 2127). Kindly note a 90min advance order. Delivery timings: 12pm – 10pm; Pick-up timings: 11.30am – 9pm.
- Jin Shang Yi Pin
Steamboat is a great option for large groups to try a large variety of meats and vegetables. The only Halal-certified Chinese hot pot restaurant means you don’t need to miss out on steamboat buffets in Singapore!
Address: #01-20 Eastpoint Mall, 3 Simei Street 6, Singapore 528833, p. 6909 7355
Available for dine-in now daily, from 10am – 10pm. For more information, visit their website or Facebook page.
- Two Hana
Out of all the restaurants from our list of Halal restaurants in Singapore, Two Hana will leave you saying “daebak”. You’ll find not just your typical Korean fare like Kimchi Jjigae, but other creative fusion dishes like Kimchi Mac & Cheese! And the mains are worth exploring, such as the Braised Gochujang Lamb Shank.
Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-21 Century Square, p. 6260 4321
Temporarily closed from 7 April onwards until further notice. Stayed tuned to their Facebook page for more updates.
This fusion of Mexican and Malay cuisines makes for an interesting combination. Burritos have a playful spicy twist with sambal chicken used as the meat. And you’ll also fall in love with the sriracha papaya crab.
Address: 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746, p. 8786 1948
Currently unavailable for dine-in. You can still visit their sister dining concepts at The Black Hole Group during their intermission, or order via Oddle if you’d still like to get your taco fix!
- Toko Burgers and Cheesesteaks
Burgers are extremely versatile. And Toko’s take on the American fast food staple is one to try. Italian and Korean flavours run through the marinades and sauces to mouthwatering effect. Enjoy watching sports with your friends over a burger and beer!
Address: 1 Tampines Walk #B1-43 Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 528523; 174 Joo Chiat Road #01-01 Singapore 427483
For online deliveries, please check out their website.
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