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Best Halal Food in Singapore

Best Halal Food in Singapore

From spicy Thai food to creamy carbonara and crab cakes in a snazzy restaurant with a stunning view, we've put together 12 of the best Halal restaurants in Singapore. Ready, set, FEAST!
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Keep this Chinatown Point eatery in mind for when the noodle soup cravings hit. The Beef Noodle Soup ($9.50) features tender slices of beef soaked in a broth of your choice — choose from spicy mala, pickled veggie and the herb-and-salt original. You can also customize the thickness of your hand-pulled noodle. There are six to choose from, including the threadlike beehoon and large, flat meehoon kueh. For an extra $4, get sides of peanuts or braised hardboiled eggs. Pro tip: dip your noodles and beef in chilli and black vinegar for maximum pleasure!
Photo by Burppler Smitten Angel
*Halal-certified

Drop by for a no-frills lunch with the family on Northbridge Road. Amongst the many, we recommend the Peking Duck Wrap ($12.90) that comes in a plate of six and features yummy crispy bites of duck and refreshing cucumber. Try their Deep Fried Siew Mai ($5.90) topped with mayo and mentaiko and the delectably smooth Vermicelli Roll with Shrimp and Spring Onion ($8.90) that is generously packed with prawns. Also treat yourselves to the Fried Chives and Beef Dumpling ($3.90) that Burppler Khaw Han Chung suggests pairing with chilli for an elevated experience.
Photo by Burppler Khaw Han Chung
*Halal-certified

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Set in the midst of lush greenery, this romantic hideaway is perfect for date night. Go for their Singapore-Style Chilli Crab Spaghettini ($26) that is sweet, spicy and tangy all at once with chunks of fresh crab meat. Another crowd favourite is the Paper Baked Halibut ($33) soaked in a soy and ginger broth and is served with sesame Japanese rice, wakame, wasabi aioli and ginger. Alternatively, have the hearty Ikana Fresh Greenshell Mussel ($25) with creamy sambal coconut broth that is great for dipping your sourdough bread into.
Photo by Burppler Aloysius Ng
*Halal-certified

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Head on over to this cosy italian spot for a sure-to-satisfy meal with the gang. Grab a couple of plates to share, like the uber creamy Fettuccine Carbonara ($13.95) and Eggplant Parmigiana ($9.95) that features thin slices of eggplant topped with tomato sauce and melted mozzarella. Burppler Muriel AvdH recommends eating it while the cheese is still melty. On special occasions, splurge on the Signature Boston Lobster Fettuccine ($58.95) that sees a whole Boston lobster soaked in luscious lobster bisque sauce.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH
*Halal-certified

File this one away for rainy days. Indulge in the Hokkai Clam Ramen ($14.90) for clams, tender chicken chashu and thin, springy ramen noodles bathed in creamy, butter broth. If you're extra hungry, get their Hokkaido Jigoku ramen ($15.90) that comes with a hefty portion of noodles. Consider sharing the juicy Fried Garlic Karaage (from $6.80) that Burppler Sherlyn Chan highly recommends for its perfect crunch without being greasy. Be sure to dunk it in some garlic sauce!
Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan
*Halal-certified

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Gather the squad for some proper feasting at this eatery tucked away in Somerset. The Nasi Ambeng ($7.90 for 1 pax, $29.90 for 2 pax, $50.80 for 4 pax) holds it own when it comes to flavour, balancing spice, sweetness, richness and saltiness in every bite! Picture a mountain of rice surrounded by sides that include bergidil that is crispy on the outside while pillowy soft on the inside, milky chicken curry, and succulent rendang chunks soaked in thick, slightly spicy sauce. Pro tip: kitchen closes at 8pm so come for lunch or an early dinner to avoid disappointment!
Photo by Burppler Earnest Lim
*Halal-certified

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Save this quaint restaurant at Esplanade Mall for dinner and conversations with the fam. Start with a plate of Curly Fries with Bacon and Cheese ($12.90) to share then get heated up with their Creamy Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi Pasta ($18.90) that packs quite a punch and has a good portion of smoked duck. With their rotating cake specials hopefully you're lucky enough to catch their fluffy Ondeh Ondeh Cake ($10.90). Remember to wash it all down with an icy mug of Butter Beer ($10.90) that hits the spot.
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*Muslim-owned

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If you're in the east, swing by for a hearty dish of Budae Jjigae ($14.90 for 1 pax, $45.90 for 2-3pax). The flavourful broth comes with an array of ingredients like baked beans, chicken slices, chicken luncheon meat, straw mushrooms, instant noodles and crab sticks. While the restaurant does not offer the usual ban chan (side dishes), there are other Korean classics, like their Kimchi Jeon ($16) available to fill your tummies.
Photo by Burppler Angeline L
*Halal-certified

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Got a special date coming up? Impress your loved one with an exquisite view of Singapore's skyline whilst dining on stunning dishes on the 38th floor of Andaz hotel. Start with the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes ($32) for perfectly seasoned crab meat. Treat yourselves to their super fresh Boston Lobster Thermidor ($88) soaked in a creamy rich sauce or opt for the more affordable but also good Mac & Cheese ($15). No matter which excellent dish you order, be sure to have their decadent Truffle Fries ($18) on the side. These thick-cut beauties come with an aioli sauce infused with real truffle shavings.
Photo by Burppler Rachel Chua
*Halal-certified meat and seafood suppliers only (serves alcohol)

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Pop by Bali Lane for a taste of Bangkok with a pal or two. To get your appetites going, start with the fiery Tom Saap Soup ($7.50) for nice zesty kick or choose the surprisingly spicy yet creamy Green Curry ($6.50). To douse the flames, order their refreshing Lemongrass Drink ($3), and end the night on a sweeter note with their Mango Sticky Rice ($7).
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo
*Halal-certified

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While this spot is popular after work, their foolproof rice bowls are a great excuse to come at lunch. Opt for the crowd favourite Salmon Hotate Chirashi Don ($16) that comes with scallop, cubes of salmon, tamago, nori and topped with an abundance of fish roe. If you're feeling famished, the filling Grilled Ribeye ($24) might be a better option. Think well-seasoned meat accompanied by two kinds of wasabi pastes for the ultimate pairing!
Photo by Burppler Hwans Lim
*Muslim-owned

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Nothing cools you down on a warm Singaporean afternoon like a dip in the pool and a tall, cold milkshake! Try their sugary-sweet Caramel Popcorn Milkshake (from $8.90) or indulge in the sinful Snickerhead Milkshake (from $8.90). Accompany your beverages with the Grilled Free-range Chicken ($14.90) that sees a large sous vide chicken thigh doused in homemade brown sauce for a nice tangy finish. Yum!
Photo by Burppler Ernest Chua
*Halal-certified

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