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All Halal Spots

All Halal Spots

On a quest to find and try all the halal places in Singapore
Jia Yi Ho
Jia Yi Ho
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Love the texture of the udon noodles. Don’t get the maze udon though. Get the soup udons. The broth is really flavourful.

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I like that the pasta is flavoured. The Alfredo sauce is good!

Love their curry chicken noodles. Everything I’ve eaten there are pretty good. Good cheap place in town for halal food.

Cheese and hotdog tteobokki stew with instant noodles and odaeng. Pretty good, worth the travel to the east. Wait to the end to eat the tteobokki, it's much softer then. They make it mandatory to order a portion of the stew for everyone sharing even if u are ok with a smaller portion. About $15+ per pax

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The beef udon is amazing. I think it's only available at dinner time. It costs $12++. The broth is super packed with beef flavour and the udon noodles are super soft and chewy.

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All the common ingredients you would expect in an army stew. $45.90 for 2 pax.

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Small little shop. The food is passable, not too great. Ordered the beef rice bowl and shrimp rice bowl which came up to $30. Not too bad, but given it's inaccessibility and average food, probably won't return.

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Cordon Bleu Chicken ($10.90++)
Served with 2 side dishes (garden salad, rice, coleslaw, mashed potato, potato salad, olive rice, fried) of your choice
Available at @LaPastificio
Expecting chicken stuffed with melted cheese inside but turned out crispy chicken topped with cheese and ham.
Not bad but a tab dry.
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La Pastificio
Address 🏠 : 604 Sembawang Road, # 01-26 Sembawang Shopping Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 758 459
Tel ☎️ : 6570 6991
Open 💈 : 10.30pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Sembawang (NS11)

With exposed ceilings and long wooden benches, this Muslim-owned cafe in Tampines West Community Club oozes casual chic industrial vibes that are perfect for lazy weekend brunches. Bonus points for their friendly staff! Visit for the Butcher's Daughter ($14), a dish that's available only on their weekend brunch menu (9am-5pm). Expect a generous piece of seared sous vide steak cooked to your preferred doneness, served with scrambled eggs and fries on the side. The Burpple community loves how juicy and tasty the meat is; the fluffy eggs and spot-on crispy fries are a happy plus! While you're here, consider ordering the Spiked Muddy Espresso ($6.50) that comes sweetened with gula Melaka.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Cedric Lim

There's a variety of different soups such as Sup Buntot (oxtail soup) and Sup Betawi (Jakarta beef soup) pictured. And they also have sides like Siomay Bandung (siew mai) and Pergedil (cutlets) #toktokindonesiansouphouse

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A Lemon Meringue Tart and a Flourless Chocolate Cake both grace this picture. Konditori (a bakery project by Fika Swedish Café and Bistro) takes on an old-fashioned approach to desserts – keep it simple but make it good.

You won't find any unusual or experimental combinations in their goods, which is a good thing - there's always elegance in simplicity. I loved their Lemon Meringue Tart ($7.50) for its spear-sharp and assertive tanginess. Had me shaking for second! (7.5/10)

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