Halal

Halal

Featuring Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant Pte Ltd, Spize (River Valley), The Ramen Stall, Krave (Bali Lane), & Why, Wilder, Badoque Cafe (Upper Thomson), Ashes Burnnit (Golden Mile Food Centre), Icebox Cafe, All In
Hungry Ghost
Hungry Ghost

Ashes Burnnit serves juicy halal burgers with handcrafted beef patties plus classic mac & cheese and other side dishes with wallet-friendly prices in 3 outlets across Singapore.

https://hungryghost.sg/ashes-burnnit/

Love Food Club is a casual halal eatery that serves tasty big-portioned food in a clean comfortable environment. https://hungryghost.sg/love-food-club/

Picanhas’ serves only 2 mains, Queen of Steak and Picanha Don with top-ups for sauces, sides and toppings. Picanhas’ often have promotions for special cuts of beef such as the Wagyu Hanger that I had. The food is a little expensive but the steak is so darn good you wouldn’t mind at all. https://hungryghost.sg/picanhas/

Singapore Zam Zam vs Islamic Restaurant - which briyani is better? This is my verdict: http://hungryghost.sg/singapore-zam-zam/‬

‪Saap Saap Thai is a small restaurant at the basement of Changi Airport Terminal 3 that serves halal Thai food. There are chicken, beef and seafood in rice, noodles and soups and a separate desserts counter. http://hungryghost.sg/saap-saap-thai/‬

Waker Chicken X Oppa Grill is a coffeeshop stall hidden in Tampines that sells all your favorite Korean foods. This is a Muslim-operated stall so it is halal. You can expect Korean favorites such as fried chicken, army stew (bundae jjagae),ramyeon and Korean barbecue. www.travelkudos.com

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Sedap Dan Sihat means “healthy and delicious” in Malay, serving up halal-certified steam pot in Vista Point in Woodlands. You can order individual ingredients or set one of the sets based on the number of people in the group. There are also Fish Steamboat and Chicken Rice for those who want a quick meal. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Spice’s River Valley outlet was opened in August 2003, selling a range of Asian, Indian and Mediterranean dishes. This New Zealand Ribeye Steaks is cooked just right and the beef is juicy and tender. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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The Malayan Council sounds like a ministerial place but it is actually a halal eatery located directly opposite the majestic Masjid Abdul Gafoor. The Malayan Council specializes in Western dishes with Malayan touches and traditional Malayan cakes so good you will not care about the calories, please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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You can find a wide variety of Japanese food at The Ramen Stall, from ramen and sushi to kushiyaki to grilled foods. All ingredients are carefully selected and certified halal. They have recommendation from Trip Advisor and "Healthier Choice" from National Environment Agency. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Toasties is the halal version of Subway, where you can choose your bread, vegetables and sauce. There is also delivery and pick-up service available. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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Icebox is a popular halal cafe that serves halal Korean bingsu, shakes and thick toasts. The servings are huge which makes it great for sharing. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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