Halal Eats

Halal Eats

Featuring Satay by the Bay, Tipo, Pu3 Restaurant, Al Mahboob Rojak, Mukshidonna, ElFuego by COLLIN’S, Gyūnion, Dutch Colony Coffee Co. (UE Square), Restaurant Aisyah, Hanok by Masizzim
Khairiyana Munawar
Khairiyana Munawar

Came in a group of 4 for lunch and service was fast! We had the beef stew which was really good - broth was quite flavourful and spicy enough for all of us. But spicy cold noodle and spicy squid were just *okay*.

Personal favourite were the stew and spinach/squid pancake(?).

Best to go in groups so you’ll get to try more dishes since portions were quite decent!

Really huge portion, well balanced dishes! Sambal belacan is amazing and we thought all the dishes were not too spicy.

Fav dishes from Pu3: ayam lemak chilli padi and tahu telur

This was when they were still at Sunshine Plaza.

I love the simplicity of all of their dishes. Even the restaurant itself is small and quaint.

Their beef gyumen is a really comforting bowl of noodles. Everything in it compliments each other. By far, my fav place to head to for some Japanese noodles.

Long waiting time. Rojak is good, sauce is amazing.

We had the build-your-own pasta - one with pesto and smoked duck and the other with pink sauce! Sauces were really good and personally I felt adding chilli padi into our pasta really changed the whole game of the dish and it was amazing, really complemented both dishes. Would swap out the smoked duck for another meat tho.

Also had the fried calamari as sides - just nicely battered, hot and chewy!

Dumplings were the highlight of my meal! Stuffed, nice and juicy.

We also had 2 types of spicy noodles and the dry dumpling noodles here. Meat is tender and juicy and broth flavourful and spicy.

Would return just for the dumplings (and noodles, of course).

Good and decent selection of halal food!

Really enjoyed the gong-gong - huge and fresh! Sambal stingray was a bit disappointing - sambal was good, but fish was too rubbery. Satays were decent and I really enjoyed the prawn satay.

Good place to go to if you’re looking for hawker eats and you’re in the area I guess.

Came here for a quick break before lunch. Really enjoyed the scones and bagels!

Obviously not in pic, but we had an iced latte, iced americano and both hot/iced chai. Chai was a bit too sweet imo, but still strong enough. Would definitely come back for more coffee - which was good and pleasantly bitter!

Not a fan of the green peas, but got my lamb racks in medium rare - meat was juicy and tender and the sauce was really good and well seasoned. Would definitely return for the other steak options!

Had our tteokbokki army stew with cheese and beef bulgogi! Broth had a good balance of sweet and spicy and the continuous slow boil and cheese really helped thicken the broth which made it even better!

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