Recommended lists for Halal

Recommended lists of Halal food and restaurants in Singapore
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Top 10 Places for Halal

Top 10 places for Halal

Latest Reviews for Halal

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Halal
Chase away Monday blues with this icy cool coconut with aloe vera and ice jelly; perfect for the hot weather nowadays.

Coconut with Aloe Vera and Ice Jelly at S$5
Where to dine?
Curry Times
11 Tanjong Katong Rd, 01-70/71/72 OneKM, Singapore 437157
More outlets at Westgate, Novena Square (Velocity), Changi Airport T3.
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All things delicious!

I love this cafe on Arab street. Serving healthy, delicious fare, both sweet and savoury. After all my indulgences, my body was craving for greens and something healthy. The grilled aubergine salad here was just what I needed. Light, refreshing, tints of savoury from the cheese and sweetness from the molasses, I really enjoyed this as a meal. Definitely coming back for lunch one day.

Maki-San (The Cathay).

Ran out of places to eat at so Maki-san it is~ Sushi roll is customizable to my liking too.

Racial Harmony
Established in 1956 along Mackenzie Road near the Rex Cinema, @oldchangkeesingapore has since grown into a full fledged business offering several kinds of local delights via their @CurryTimesSingapore outlets!

Affordable & familiar @ the same time, these are comfort food that we all need eventually at the end of the day don't you think so? In frame includes familiar favorites like Otah ($1.9 per piece), Ngo Hiang (3 rolls $8.2), Chicken Wings (3 pcs $5.9) & their Signature Chicken Curry (individual $8.5 / sharing for 2 - 3 pax $14.9).
We were surprise to see Sambal Petai ($7.9), Cold Tofu with Century Eggs ($7.5), Fish Maw Soup ($11.9) & Beef Brisket (individual $9.9 / sharing for 2 - 3 pax $15.9) on the menu too. Oso had a go @ the Nasi Lemak with Satay Chicken that is new & ongoing @ $11.90 nia with a glass of Lime Juice! I opt to wash errthang down with a glass of Bandung; couldn't get any more local then that!
Picture taken @CurryTimesSingapore @Velocity_NSQ
238 Thomson Road
# 02-33/34
Singapore 307683
Phone: 6354 3206
Operating Hours: 9am - 10pm Daily
Other Locations:
Email: [email protected]

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Kaya French Toast

Waited 45 mins for this; off-peak, barely a few tables occupied.

Very 'eggy' bread (the ones we whip up for a last min breakfast) , sour kaya ganache that not only has a weird colour, but taste and texture, desiccated coconut that's reminiscent of phoon huat packaged ones. The saving grace was the ice cream and that splash of Gula Melaka.

Not too sweet but the elements just do not blend well. I had to pair everything with the ice cream to get some sense of what the dish was dreaming to be like. $15.90. I'll rather go for the real deal that's one decimal place behind.

Been having their strudels since before they branched out into a franchise!

This is their durian strudel which is really quite good if you're into durian. Crisp puff pastry with a hard sugar coating on the top piece, filled with smooth, sweet durian.
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Nasi Lemak Classic

The Nasi Lemak Classic (S$7.90) had pretty much of what one can typically expect from a local favourite: fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk, served together with chicken wing, ikan bilis and peanuts, fried egg, sliced cucumber and the soul -- sweet sambal sauce. This one over here also comes with two fried fish strips to complement the already quite complete meal.

In general, most of the food on this plate appeared to be really tasty, and I like the juiciness of the fried chicken wing the most. Just a little pity that the rice tasted a little more gingerly than lemak (coconut milk), if not this would really be comparable with the more famous Nasi Lemak stalls in town.

That said, it's still delicious.