Recommended lists for Halal

Recommended lists of Best Halal Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2017 If you're looking to suss out the tastiest Halal-friendly eats in Singapore, search no further. This week's updated version of our annual Best Halal Cafes and Restaurants guide is your handbook for all-occasion dining, with many places voted in by Burpplers. From dim sum in North Bridge and cheat day burgers and milkshakes, to rainy weather Korean stews and a DIY pizza buffet, there's plenty to get the appetites going. Enjoy!
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2016 Running out of new, Halal places to visit? Here are more places to add to your wishlist of eats. Be it tucking into cafe grub in Thomson, wolfing down Korean fried chicken in Bugis or having durian desserts in Ang Mo Kio, this guide is about to get you very hungry!
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Ordered the Hunky Dory pasta. The portion is so small it looks like a snack portion. Can finish probably in less than ten spoons seriously. The taste is just so so and it takes damn long. Don’t be fooled if there’s many ppl, they are probably tourists.

Look nice doesn’t mean taste nice.
A good shop for deserts but as for mains... perhaps nay.

It was good but honestly when you come, please order the Fish & Chips! Really really yummy!!

Everything for just $18 😃(one slice of garlic bread, 2 lormaikai, 2 croissants, 2 drinks / a packet of HL milk, 2 spring rolls and meatballs)
Not the best of tastes, but hey the place is clean and comfortable with free wifi, and so that explains the crazy crowd.

This might sound like a simple dish but it was my favourite that day. The smoky fragrance of the fried egg wafted through as soon as this was laid on the table, urging me to shoot this as fast as I could so that I could start eating this sooner.
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And you could tell from the browned exterior that this was perfectly fried. Fried with cha-om (acacia leaves), it was presented as delicately rolled-up strips of egg not solely for a prettier presentation, but to give more bite to it as well.
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This was generously accompanied by fresh raw vegetables, of which there's also a flower hand-carved by Chef Khun Nipaporn herself. Don't forget the dip, it's a classic Thai sauce named Nam Prik Kapi based on fermented shrimp paste and fiery birds’ eye chillies.
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Ordered this without the sweet black sauce to make it a little healthier. 😊

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Served with famous signature sambal belachan chilli.
Top up S$1 for Bandung drink
Available at Uncle Penyet stall in air con frontier canteen in @nus_singapore
Thin crispy skin encasing the fork tender meat inside.

For a fuss free chicken curry meal

If you need a quick curry chicken fix , Curry times is the place to visit .

The menu boasts no use of coconut milk and only fresh chicken used . Not sure if the omission of coconut milk is a good or bad thing Hahha but the curry chicken is still definitely tasty.

The chicken and potatoes are well cooked and simmered along with the curry gravy.

I would have liked the curry to be a little bit more spicy 🌶 but this is still good enough.

Pair on with rice and you are in for a hearty meal .

However, in the midst of this, many have gone towards the road of fusion till confusion, which makes it so difficult now to find a place that stays true to its roots and cooks from scratch. One such gem is Blue Jasmine where Chef Nipaporn whips up her repertoire of Thai dishes that is unlike any Thai restaurant in Singapore. The flavours that you’re going to get is something that can’t be found outside of the restaurant, which many might find a bit unfamiliar with. Some of the dishes that opened doors to a different interpretation of Thai cuisine include the Thai Fried Kway Teow with Chicken ($14), Tom Yum Sea Bass ‘Poh Tak’ ($20) and Roast Chicken Esarn Style ($16). If there’s one that you have to order, then it’s got to be the hot and spicy ‘Poh Tak’ fish soup that has roasted dried chili and holy basil in it. This will surely awaken all tastebuds for its tanginess and spiciness.
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Blue Jasmine
Address: 10, Farrer Park Station Road, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Level 5, Singapore 217564
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Another Hour to everyone's Long Awaited TGIF! 🎉 Party and Kick start your weekends by "Meating" @iamathajilane Latest [New Launch]. 🥩 - BEEF RIBS 🤤.

[@iamathajilane] is a Halal Café Situated Along Haji Lane that serves a line-up of Dutch-inspired food with its signature dishes that include the Amsterdam favourite Fries & Mayo, and their popular Beef Ribs. Menus and recipes are being tweaked to adhere to Halal requirements, by replacing lard with beef stock and flour for good flavour and texture.

Here at @iamathajilane be sure to indulge in Mind blowing Halal Items whilst Enjoying Fresh air and natural light that fills the café as you tuck into their meals.

That Said, @iamathajilane recently introduced a few different flavours of Beef Ribs! Flavours such as Honey Mustard, Root Beer are infused into their beef ribs to give diners a more enriching and flavourful experience! Be sure to "Meat Out" this weekend with your best company and do remember check out their [New] Items!. Good for Sharing!.

Thanks @iamathajilane and @shitty_vince for the invitation!

She prepares all the ingredients from scratch, and it is a damn laborious process when you know that she still uses the pastel and mortar to pound the spices and her insistence on using fresh ingredients as much as possible. In the process, Chef also ensures that the authentic Thai flavours of sweet, sour, bitter, spicy and umami are clearly represented in each dish.

From the starter, there’s the Cha-Om Fried Egg ($12), which is relatively uncommon here in Singapore but I absolutely love this omelette with acacia leaves. Usually, this is eaten with Gaeng Som (a type of tangy Thai Orange Curry), but this time round, you can it dipped with the accompanying raw vegetables in the nam prik kapi which is a sauce made from fermented shrimp paste and bird’s eye chilies.

Perhaps my favorite dish of the night has got to be the humble and simple stir-fried long beans dish called Holy Basil Krapao with squid. Using a basil paste made from big red chillies, bird’s eye chillies, galangal, shallots, garlic and fresh turmeric, this goes into the stir fry together with the long beans, basil leaves and seasonings. Squid rings are added last to ensure that it’s not overcooked and still retain a certain chewiness. For such dishes, it’s best paired with a bowl of white rice.
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Blue Jasmine
Address: 10, Farrer Park Station Road, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Level 5, Singapore 217564
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