Recommended lists for Halal

Recommended lists of Halal food and restaurants in Singapore
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Carrot Cake

Compliments the ice cream well👏🏻 Not the best carrot cake I've tried, but it was pretty decent!

The Bomb

I like it is like spring onion cake but on a pizza skin. It's nice but a bit too spicy for me😅

Original Hot, Louisiana Rub, Garlic Parmesan, Oriental Soy Pepper Chicken

Ordered a 100 pc chicken feast. The wings were reasonably sized. The goods: Although garlic parmesan looked and smelt the least appetising, it was a surprising crowd favourite. The cheese did not overpower the garlic and the 2 ingredients complemented each other very well. The oriental soy pepper came in a close second. The chicken was liberally sprinkled with black pepper and was coated with unique blend of gravy that looked but did not feel heavy to the taste. The bads: General consensus was that Louisiana rub was too heavily salted. The original hot was a complete let-down - it tasted like red wine chicken and was cold and soggy!? No rewards for guessing which flavour had the most leftovers on the table.

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Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri
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Looking for a place to feast over this long weekends? How about this Crab Meat Yellow Curry ($26) from this Halal-Certified Thai Restaurant that's located on the 5th floor of @ParkHotelFarrerPark? Beautiful isn't it? And it taste awesome too!
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Pic taken @BlueJasmine.Sg @ParkHotelFarrerPark
Level 5
10 Farrer Park Station Road Singapore 217564
Phone:  6824 8851
Operating Hours: Breakfast (International Buffet)
6:30am - 10:30am Daily
Lunch
11:30am - 2:30pm Daily
Dinner
6pm - 10pm Daily
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blue-Jasmine-Park-Hotel-Farrer-Park/472130066459766
Website:
http://www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/farrerpark/blue-jasmine

https://www.bluejasmine.com.sg

Email: [email protected]
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Set 4

Set 4 is the option to go for at Chic-A-Boo for those who don't wish to go for fried chicken — the set also comes with two sides which one could pick from the long list that they have on the menu board; we opted for the Curly Fries and Savoury Rice for our order.

Quite impressed with the fish here; really fresh and flaky while encased in a crisp batter that is not too greasy — possible one of the best versions from a fast food joint. Savoury Rice was one side that came with a slight Mediterranean touch; the capsicums amidst the savoury rice introduced a tangy flavour that was rather refreshing and cleanses the palate despite being a carb. Curly fries are also pretty decent; crisp without being over-seasoned.

Earl Grey Crème Brûlée

Classic vanilla can be a little boring sometimes, so for the Dilmah Tea Inspired Awards All things Delicious crafted a luscious Earl Grey Crème Brûlée ($13.90) with a Fennel Seed Biscotti to add to the menu. Using Dilmah’s Elegant Earl Grey, a medium strength tea gently fused with bergamot flavour, the fabulous custard was balanced and not too sweet. A simple way to add a twist to the crowd-pleasing dessert, the infusion of the black tea base also imparts a delightful layer of complexity to the time-honoured flavour. And of course, there’s really nothing quite like cracking through the crunchy caramel top to reveal the smooth custard underneath. Though a tad overpowering at first, the lingering notes of bergamot with that tinge of citrus grows on you as you get accustomed to the eggy and floral pairing.

Want to know more? From 1st June to 31st July, the world’s first Dilmah Tea Inspired Awards celebrates tea inspired creations from savoury dishes, pastries to drinks. Visit any of the participating cafes and casual restaurants for your tea inspired experiences and stand a chance to win an all-expense paid holiday at The M Social 5 Star Luxury Hotel in Singapore and gifts of tea from Dilmah!

Read up more about the competition, the participating cafes and restaurants as well as make reservations here:

http://competitions.dilmahtea.com/tea-inspired-awards/

BEST POPIAH IN SINGAPORE

This is hands down the top and yummiest popiah in my opinion. The best thing? It's available all around Singapore 😁

Good:
• Found in all Qiji outlets, in all parts of Singapore
• Super chewy skin which doesn't turn dry nor get soaked through even after long periods of time
• Gooey sweet sauce that coats the inner side of the skin well
• Excellent crunch from the small crispy bits
• Sweet and flavourful turnips accompanied by fragrance from the crumbled eggs
• This is just perfect guys I've no complains and I always buy 2 of it + a drink for my lunch 😋

Verdict: 5/5