10 best Suntec City halal food options for every budget

By Foo Jia-En May 26, 2023
10 best Suntec City halal food options for every budget
Photos, clockwise from left: Bali Thai, Fluff Stack, Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

In the mood for fun and feasting without having to brave the heat? We’re looking to Suntec City, with its sprawling space, countless retail shops and hundreds of eateries.

And if you’re wondering which Suntec City restaurants are halal-certified and Muslim-friendly, here’s our shortlist of Suntec City’s halal food options. It’s got plenty of international options, too — so your belly feels like it’s on a round-the-world trip without breaking the bank.

If you’re in the area with kids in tow before June 25, there’s even a Looney Tunes Bouncy Fun event to celebrate the Warner Bros. Studio’s 100th anniversary. 

Why not make a day of it? Start the morning off with a bite for brunch before the fun begins. Then afterwards, make a reservation for dinner and dessert for a sweet treat to end the day.

To help you with that, here are our top picks when it comes to halal dining at Suntec City.

Suntec City’s halal food places with Asian flavours

1. Bali Thai

Suntec City Tower 5, B1-121A, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11.30am to 10pm)

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Photo: Bali Thai

Why visit? The Bali Thai chain of eateries has been a part of Singapore’s food scene since 1993 — which means this year marks its 30 years in the business. The brand melds Indonesian and Thai recipes, so that diners can enjoy the best of both worlds. 

It’s one of our go-to halal restaurants in the mall, especially since it’s best known for serving consistent dishes at affordable prices. Bali Thai at Suntec City also comes with comfortable seats that are great for family gatherings.

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Phad Thai (S$10.80), kaeng khiao wan gai/nuer (Thai green curry with a choice of either chicken or beef, S$13.80), homemade blue pea flower cooler with chia seeds (S$4.20)

2. Kebabchi Charcoal BBQ

Suntec City Tower 1, B1-146, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11.30am to 10pm)

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Photo: Kebabchi Charcoal BBQ

Why visit? There aren’t many restaurants in Singapore serving Pakistani food, so this halal restaurant at Suntec City is an uncommon sight.

In particular, it favours street food, with signatures such as charcoal grilled meats, curries and briyani dishes that are perfect for sharing in groups.

Affordable weekday lunch sets featuring mutton and chicken options are available here, too, starting from S$10.

This restaurant is also exclusive to this location, so you won’t find it anywhere else on the island!

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Badshah platter (from S$48 for two diners), which includes mutton masala chops and garlic tiger prawns, fish achari karahi (boneless fish with tomato, yoghurt and pickled spices, S$18), mutton briyani (S$14)

3. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles 舌尖尖兰州牛肉面

Suntec City Fountain Court, B1-165, 9 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11am to 10pm)

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Photo: Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles 舌尖尖兰州牛肉面

Why visit? This halal food chain’s Suntec City outlet is located alongside the mall’s scenic Fountain of Wealth roundabout, and is one out of seven others available islandwide.

Billed as authentic beef noodles from Lanzhou city in China, Tongue Tip is best known for its freshly prepared handpulled noodles in various forms. There’s beef, chicken and even meat-free options to choose from, in addition to having it dry with sauce, or dunked in soupy broth.

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Signature beef noodles (from S$10.90), sauerkraut beef noodles (from S$11.90), dry chicken noodles (from S$10.90)

4. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

Suntec City Tower 1, B1-135, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11am to 10pm)

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Photo: Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

Why visit? If you’ve been hunting for halal ramen at Suntec City, look no further than Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen.

The restaurant prides itself on using high quality ingredients from Hokkaido. For instance, its noodles are made exclusively from Hokkaido wheat. 

To make its signature soup, chicken bones are simmered for hours, and then combined with bonito, mackerel and Hokkaido kelp.

Good news: Ichikokudo is offering a special promotion for two! Simply order a meat-free combination and enjoy a complimentary dish of five meat-free grilled gyozas with each order.

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Hokkai Ramen Gifts From The Sea (S$19.90), with crab legs, shell-on scallops and shrimps, Hokkai Jigoku smoked duck ramen (S$15.90) and Hokkaido butter clams (S$6.90)

5. Sanook Kitchen

Suntec City Fountain Court, B1-134, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11am to 10pm)

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Photo: Sanook Kitchen

Why visit? Love Thai food? Sanook Kitchen has that in spades and more.

This casual-dining restaurant boasts a tantalising array of wallet-friendly Thai favourites, ranging from yummy appetisers and soups, to tried-and-tested curries, noodles and desserts.

Only specially selected Thai spices and ingredients are used, so you can be sure that its food is aroi mak mak (very tasty)!

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Claypot prawn tang hoon (S$15.90), mango sticky rice with coconut milk (S$6.50), stir-fried minced chicken with Thai basil (S$7.90)

6. Sukiya Gyudon

Suntec City Tower 4, 01-647, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm)

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Photo: Sukiya Gyudon

Why visit? This famed Japanese gyudon (beef rice bowl) chain landed in Singapore just two years ago, but has already opened 12 stores since its first launch.

Head to its maiden branch at Suntec City to try its signature beef rice bowls, comprising thinly sliced beef and onions atop fluffy Japanese short-grain rice. Various toppings are available, including kimchi, cheese, half-boiled eggs, and even spring onions.

If you’re looking for even more variety, Sukiya’s curry and yakitori options are a solid bet, too. 

Price range: $

Crowd favourites: Gyudon (from S$4.90), spring onion and half-boiled egg beef yakiniku bowl (from S$8.80), unagi bowl with beef and half-boiled egg (from S$14.90)

Western delights

7. Mamma Mia Trattoria E Caffè

Suntec City Tower 5, B1-126A, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11.30am to 10pm)

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Photo: Mamma Mia Trattoria E Caffè

Why visit? Mamma Mia Trattoria E Caffe is a casual-dining restaurant that serves hearty dishes.

Simple Italian fare, artisanal handcrafted pastas and classic flavours take the spotlight at Mamma Mia, so if you’re ever in the mood for solid food that comforts and nourishes, you won’t be left wanting.

 Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Mamma Mia Caesar salad (S$9.50), spaghetti with crab meat and burrata sauce (S$18.50), tortiglioni rustic beef oxtail bolognese (S$18.50)

8. Fluff Stack

Suntec City Tower 5, B1-K4, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Thursday and Sunday (11am to 9.30pm), Friday and Saturday (11am to 9.45pm)

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Photo: Fluff Stack

Why visit? With housemade chantilly cream, honey butter and maple syrup, Fluff Stack specialises in fluffy, pillowy souffle pancakes of the best kind. 

Head there for dessert, with a side of Insta-worthy pics for your feed — there’s more than enough sweet, jiggly goodness to go around.

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Classic premium souffle pancakes (S$16), musang king souffle pancakes (S$19.50), tiramisu souffle pancakes (S$16.50)

9. Shake Shake in a Tub

Suntec City Tower 5, B1-K6, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (10.30am to 9.30pm)

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Photo: Shake Shake in a Tub

Why visit? You’ve got all the fixings for a party with homegrown brand Shake Shake In A Tub.

Besides popcorn chicken and nuggets, you can also get fries in various shapes and sizes. Shoestring, criss-cut, with smiley faces in them… you name it, it’s got it.

Pick your favourite seasonings to accompany your snacks and you’re good to go!

Price range: $ 

Crowd favourites: Combo set, which includes popcorn and fries (from S$9.80), curly fries (from S$4.20), criss-cut fries (from S$4.20)

10. Big Fish Small Fish Cafe

Suntec City Tower 3, 02-606, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Opens: Monday to Sunday (11am to 9.30pm)

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Photo: Big Fish Small Fish Cafe

Why visit? Whether you prefer to call it fish & chips or fish & crisps, this is the place for you — if you’re a big fan of the dish in question, that is.

This homegrown brand serves up a variety of fish types, from the more traditional dory to premium options such as snow cod.

As you would expect, freshly sliced potato chips and skin-on fries are also available. What sets the Big Fish Small Fish Cafe apart, though, is its array of sauces, such as cheese, salted egg and curry.

Pasta options are also available, too, if that’s more your speed.

This halal food store at Suntec City is also the brand’s first cafe concept.

If you’re in the area around tea-time, be sure to grab its Tea-rific Time Outs promotion, with set meals starting from a low, low price of S$4.50. Each meal comes with a starter or dessert item, and a complimentary drink (soft drink, hot brewed coffee or tea).

Price range: $$

Crowd favourites: Fried dory (S$13.90), which comes with salad, a choice of a base carbohydrate, and a sauce, Cone of Fish (S$13.90)

Check out Suntec City’s newest kids on the block and its latest promotions.

This article was written in partnership with Suntec City.

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Be rewarded as you spend at Suntec City 

In celebration of Warner Bros. Studio’s 100th anniversary, head down to Suntec City from now till June 25, for a bouncing good time.

Visit the Looney Tunes inflatable zones, partake in photo ops and more fun activities at Atrium (Tower 1 and 2). You also get to purchase up to two limited-edition WB100 merchandise at the customer service counter with a minimum spend of S$100 in the mall.

Not yet a Suntec+ member? Sign up now with promo code FUN23 to receive 2,000 Suntec+ Points.

In celebration of Warner Bros. Studio’s 100th anniversary, head down to Suntec City from now till June 25, for a bouncing good time.

Visit the Looney Tunes inflatable zones, partake in photo ops and more fun activities at Atrium (Tower 1 and 2). You also get to purchase up to two limited-edition WB100 merchandise at the customer service counter with a minimum spend of S$100 in the mall.

Not yet a Suntec+ member? Sign up now with promo code FUN23 to receive 2,000 Suntec+ Points.


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Foo Jia-En

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Jia-En has worn several hats in her career — first writing TV scripts, then food and lifestyle stories at Wine & Dine. But some things will never change: Her love of words, cats and caffeine.

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