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30 Best HALAL Restaurants In Singapore For Every Type Of Cuisine

Ayam Sambal Hijau… Pizza… Korean BBQ… you name it!

Halal food boasts rich diversity and amazing flavours. Check out our list of Halal-certified restaurants in Singapore! 

Halal food is more than just Nasi Lemak, Ayam Penyet or Lontong. These restaurants, cafes, and eateries in Singapore serve up authentic food that is comforting, simply delicious, and halal-certified. And no, it’s not all just Muslim food. 

According to the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS): ‘Halal’ is an Arabic word which means lawful or allowable. Any food or drink which falls under this category is permitted for consumption. Most food and drinks are considered Halal unless they are stated clearly in the Quran (holy book of Islam) and Hadith (prophetic sayings) as forbidden or non-Halal.

The next time you’re out with your friends and need to find a halal option, don’t be stumped and remember this list!

Contents:

  1. Authentic Muslim Food
  2. Delightful Local Favourites
  3. International Cuisines

Authentic Muslim Food

1. Coba Coba

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Coba Coba is a family-friendly restaurant that serves up yummy Nasi Ambeng, Nasi Padang and Nasi lemak. Founded in 2014, the owners aim to bring traditional handmade Indonesian food in a clean, homely and halal environment. Naturally, the restaurant specialises in the old-school way of letting diners share Nasi Ambeng and Nasi Padang. The Nasi Ambeng Sharing Platter (for 2 or 4 pax) is a must-try, featuring classic dishes like beef rendang, ayam kalio, sambal goreng, and begedil. For healthier options, try its low-GI Nasi Lemak, which is suitable for diabetics. 

Coba Coba
Address: #01-106, 156 Yishun St. 11, 760156
Tel: 6382 2622
Opening hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (daily; Closed on Hari Raya Puasa and Haji)

2. Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant

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Rasa Istimewa Restaurant has its humble beginning as a small restaurant at Simpang Bedok back in 1997. Today, there is an outlet at Woodlands Waterfront Park, which is uniquely located on an existing jetty on Johor Strait with fantastic scenic view of both Johor and Singapore shores and skylines. The extensive menu here is testament to its aim of catering Chinese-style halal cuisine that’s suitable for everyone to enjoy. Think halal Tze Char – this restaurant with breath-taking views is perfect for the family or for a gathering with friends (whenever that is permitted)!

Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant
Address: 6A Admiralty Road West, 757445
Tel: 6366 9339
Opening hours: 12 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. (daily)

3. Hjh Maimunah Restaurant & Catering

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Established in the 1990s, Hjh Maimunah Restaurant has been catering to customers from all walks of life in meeting their daily meals, functions and events. Customers are delighted with this restaurant’s fine selection of signature dishes, including Sundanese Grilled Chicken and Lemak Siput. Apart from enjoying the food at its restaurants, Hjh Maimunah Restaurant also provides buffet catering to suit your occasions – whether it is a wedding, a celebration, or just a family get-together. With a range of dishes that you can choose from, its food can be enjoyed right at your doorstep.

Hjh Maimunah Restaurant & Catering
Address: 11 & 15 Jalan Pisang, 199078 / #01-02, 20 Joo Chiat Road, 427357
Tel: 6297 4294 / 6348 5457
Opening hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (closed on Sun.) / 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (closed on Mon.)

4. Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant

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Al-Azhar aims to reinvent the halal dining experience with a fresh approach, focusing on the quality of ingredients and its execution while retaining the familiarity and authenticity. It provides a wide variety of food from Thai Muslim food to Indian cuisine, western grill dishes, Nasi Padang (if you’re fast enough to grab them before it is gone!). If you’re still undecided on what to eat, why not try out Al-Azhar and be spoilt for choice? It also does catering and wedding events, too.

Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant
Address: 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, 599736 (Bukit Timah) / #01-1155, 201D Tampines Street 21, 599736 (Tampines) / 970 Geylang Road, 423492 (Geylang)
Tel: 6466 5052 / 6785 1265 / 6348 9319
Opening Hours: 24 hours (daily)

5. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

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Located within Furama Waterfront Hotel, the Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant (which is halal-certified) offers all diners a selection of authentic Indonesian delights. Dishes here include the signature Peha Kaki Kambing, Rendang Daging Sapi, Ayam Panggang Rica Rica, Udang Goreng Mentega and more. The buffet here, which runs all days of the week, boasts an extensive menu of dishes and tempting desserts. The restaurant’s awards and accolades lay testament to its quality and commitment to authentic Indonesian food.

Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
Address: 405 Havelock Rd., 169633
Tel: 6333 8898
Opening hours: 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Lunch; daily) and 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Dinner; daily)

6. The Malayan Council

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The Malayan Council takes authentic Muslim food as well as contemporary Western menus to a new level. At the restaurant, it hopes to offer a setting that joins cultures across the dining table in celebration of its love for Malay and Asian flavours. Located snuggly in the Kampong Glam area, The Malayan Council serves up innovative dishes such as Sambal Goreng Pengantin Linguine ($32), Angus Ribeye Masak Merah ($39), and even a Durian Serawa Creme Brûlée ($11.50) for dessert. Oh, and how could we forget its amazing Ondeh Ondeh Cake ($8)? As the restaurant says, come here to “talk, makan, chill.”

The Malayan Council
Address: 71 Bussorah St., 199484 (with three other locations, see website)
Tel: 9009 7345
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (daily)

7. Hajjah Mariam Cafe

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Hajiah Mariam Cafe calls itself the “purveyor of local cuisine and the popular traditional Nasi Ambeng.” In case you don’t know, Nasi Ambeng is a fragrant rice dish consisting of white rice served with meat, vegetables, fried coconut flesh, sambal goreng as well as other dishes. Think communal sharing and delicious food. Here, check out the Mega Ambeng Premium ($47; for four pax), the Duet Ambeng Standard ($17; for two pax), or the Solo Ambeng Premium ($11.50; serves one) that is served with cow lungs. 

Hajjah Mariam Cafe
Address: #B2-08 Westgate Shopping Mall, 3 Gateway Drive, 608532
Tel: 9062 0041 / 9141 6629
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m (daily)

8. Yassin Kampung

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A dimly-lit interior coupled with the throwback to a rustic kampung village greets guests as they step into Yassin Kampung. Serving a wide range of dishes including fish, crabs, prawns, beef, chicken, and vegetables – diners will also be able to choose how they would like them cooked. Perfect isn’t it? At Yassin’s, there is sure to be something for everyone. If you’re undecided, go for its sharing sets that can feed up to 8 people. If you’re just looking for something to eat on-the-go, don’t miss out its Western menu with pasta, grilled meats and truffle fries. 

Yassin Kampung
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see website)
Tel: See website
Opening hours: Hours vary with outlet (see website)

9. Tash Tish Tosh

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If you are looking for halal burgers, halal pizzas, halal steak, or just some Sup Tulang, the 100-perent Muslim-owned Tash Tish Tosh may be for you. The restaurant, which boasts a wide selection of Muslim-American infused dishes, has something on the menu for every taste bud. The signature “The Bomb” wings ($9.50 for four pieces) guarantees to set off the alarms on your tongue. If that’s not appetising enough, try its Angus Red Bone Tulang ($32.50), Mee Goreng ($19.50), or the Nasi Goreng Wagyu ($22.50). Or if you’re daring enough, take on its Battleship, Mothership, or Destroyer dish – a combination of beef chunks, tulang and pizza. 

Tash Tish Tosh
Address: 50 Kandahar St., 198900
Tel: 6909 1669
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Tue. to Sun.; closed on Mondays)

10. Rumah Makan Minang

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Rumah Makan Minang, located down the road from Tash Tish Tosh in the Kampong Glam area, is a halal Indonesian restaurant specialising in reasonably-priced Minangkabau cuisine. Specialities here include the Indonesian Tahu Telur – a huge fried tofu mixed with eggs and topped with fresh shredded veggies, the Botok-Botok – fish steamed in banana leaves, and also Mee Soto – yellow noodles served in a savoury chicken broth. For dessert, don’t sleep on its Burbur Cha Cha, Pulut Hitam or the assortment of Malay Kuihs. 

Rumah Makan Minang
Address: 18 & 18A Kandahar St., 198884 / #B1-47A Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, 528523
Tel: N.A.
Opening hours: 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. (daily) / 10.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. (daily); Closed on Hari Raya Puasa and Haji

Delightful Local Favourites 

11. Atrium Restaurant

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Atrium Restaurant is Holiday Inn’s halal-certified restaurant, serving up an all-day dining a la carte and buffet experience. Curated for a gastronomic experience, Atrium Restaurant promises an impressive feast that you will remember for long with over 40 items on the buffet menu. Expect dishes like Fresh Oysters, Salmon Sashimi, Chilli Crab, Freshly-made Prata, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Executive Chef Chua’s Signature Laksa. Desserts such as Durian Pengat and Traditional Ice Cream with Bread or Waffle will also be on the list of the hotel’s a la carte buffet spread. If you want an all-you-can eat halal feast of local delights, there’s no better place to go. 

Atrium Restaurant
Address: Level 4, Holiday Inn, 317 Outram Rd., 169075
Tel: 6733 0188
Opening hours: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Lunch; daily) and 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (Dinner; daily

12. Straits Kitchen

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Ever wanted the goodness of hawker centres and food courts combined into one ultimate restaurant? With Straits Kitchen, you can! Journey through Singapore’s rich food culture and savour some of Singapore’s most-loved local dishes at one of the few restaurants in Orchard which serves a halal-certified buffet spread. Available daily for lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea, enjoy all-time favourites such as Dim Sum, Popiah, Nyonya Kuehs, Singaporean Laksa, Beef Rendang and a variety of homemade local beverages. 

Straits Kitchen
Address: Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Rd., 228211
Tel: 6732 1234
Opening hours: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Lunch; daily), 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. (Afternoon Tea; daily), and 6.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. (Dinner; daily)

13. Kedai Kopi

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Kedai Kopi is a fresh and innovative take on the classic Singapore coffeeshop: It brings together the best of local dishes and modern menus all under one roof. The coffeeshop also requires all of its tenants to be 100-percent Muslim owned, or have applied to be halal-certified by the MUIS. After its debut in Clementi, another Kedai Kopi has opened in Haig Road, beside Darul Arqam Singapore, with nine stalls satiating hungry visitors. Here, stalls serve up everything from fried chicken to nasi lemak, pizzas and Singapore’s favourite, Mala Xiang Guo. 

Kedai Kopi
Address: 12 Haig Rd., 430012 / 380 Clementi Ave 5, 120380
Tel: 8750 6569
/ 8944 0553
Opening hours: Hours vary with stalls (from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.)

14. Halal Chee Cheong Fun 

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Dim Sum lovers, this next one’s for you. What started as a home-based business is now a hawker stall with its own outlet at Tampines’ Kim San Leng Coffeeshop, serving up affordable and halal dim sum, and, of course, chee cheong fun!. There are three flavours of chee cheong fun to choose from: original, prawn or beef. The homemade sauces are well-loved by patrons as it combines sweet, spicy and savoury flavours together. If you’re craving the snacks and bites from the yearly Ramadan bazaars, satisfy yourself here with their char kuey and keropok lekor too!

Halal Chee Cheong Fun
Address: Blk 138 Tampines St. 11, 521138
Tel: cheecheongfunsg@gmail.com 
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Tue. to Sun.; Closed on Mondays)

15. All Things Delicious

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How about some cakes and pastries for a change? All Things Delicious invents favourites with seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Here, enjoy pure and natural flavours, free from artificial colours, flavourings or aromas. The bakery also bakes and cooks using cage-free eggs, cultured butter and unrefined sugar. Think Cookies & Cream Cakes ($46), Raspberry Ripple Cakes ($49), and an Earl Grey Budnt ($44.90), all halal-certified. Did we mention it also has a selection of scones, cookies and brownies too? 

All Things Delicious
Address: #01-01 34 Arab St., 199733
Tel: 6291 4252
Opening Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Tue. to Sun.; Closed on Mondays)

16. Old Chang Kee Curry Times

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It all started with the puff. With modernised processes and improved recipes, the Old Chang Kee brand has grown into a Singaporean staple, offering customers a hearty snack at any time of the day. The brand has since launched its own restaurant – Curry Times – which combines the familiar taste of local delights as well as that of Old Chang Kee. Menu items here include the Signature Curry Chicken ($8.50; served with rice, loaf, noodles, or prata), Curry Fish Fillet Rice ($9.90), Rendang Beef Rice ($11.90) and even the Dry Laksa Goreng ($8.50). 

Old Chang Kee Curry Times
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see website)
Tel: See website
Opening hours: Hours vary with outlet (see website)

17. The Halia

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Set in the picturesque backdrop that is the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Singapore Botanic Gardens – The Halia is an unobtrusive dining room with full height glass windows, beckoning the greenery indoors, and allowing guests to dine in the within the Ginger Garden while still comfortably ensconced in cool surroundings. From breakfast items, brunch menus to local specialities, the wide menu at this restaurant makes it a perfect dining destination for any time of the day. Think Slow Cooked White Phyrenees Lamb Shank ($40), Organically Farmed Lacto Chicken Breast ($26) and Seafood Sambal Fried Rice ($18). End off with a ginger-infused beverage, harvested fresh from the Ginger Garden. 

The Halia
Address: 1 Cluny Rd., Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens, 259569
Tel: 8444 1148
Opening hours: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Mon. to Fri. & Eve of PH.), 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Sat., Sun. and PH.) 

18. 21 On Rajah

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Located within the food haven of Balestier, 21 On Rajah is a vibrant restaurant which marries the best of modern architecture with a menu of wholesome and hearty Mediterranean cuisine, coupled with local favourites and South East Asian delights, and all at affordable prices. Menu items include local delights like Nasi Goreng Istimewa ($11.80) and Beef Cheek Rendang ($15.80), as well as Mediterranean treats like Homemade Hummus & Baba Ganoush Dip ($13.80), Lamb Moussaka ($18.80) and Braised Moroccan Whole Lamb Shank ($21.80).

21 On Rajah
Address: 1 Jalan Rajah, 329133
Tel: 6808 6847
Opening hours: 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (daily; Breakfast), 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (daily; Lunch & Brunch), and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (daily; Dinner)

19. Qiji

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Born out of strong kinship and superb culinary skills, Qiji has been delighting customers with simple yet delicious local comfort food for decades. Diners flock here for its Popiah and Laksa. Also on the menu are Mee Siam, Mee Rebus, Lontong and the fan favourite Egg Noodles. Its main attraction is the fluffy and fragrant Nasi Lemak, which comes in six different variations with different side dishes. Qiji’s food are strictly produced in accordance to halal and ISO certification standards. If you’re there, try out the homemade beverages too!

Qiji
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see website)
Tel: 6283 8572
Opening Hours: Hours vary with outlet (see website)

20. Spize

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Spize, a melting pot for East and West tastes, has built a reputation for its quality, value-for-money authentic Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Western and Mediterranean food. Nestled in the heartlands, it is ideal for a chill out session with friends and family alike. Menu items here include Satay Gado Gado ($8), Tahu Bakar Rojak ($4.50/$7), Shawarma Chicken Wrap ($8.50), Bangers & Mash ($16.90) and even New Zealand Grass-Fed Ribeye Steaks ($23.90). Plus, its prata, mee goreng, nasi goreng, and all those good-ol’ local delights are on the menu, too! With its Bedok outlet opened until the wee hours of 3 a.m., this is definitely a go-to halal supper spot if you’re hungry at night. 

Spize
Address: 336 Bedok Rd., 469512 /  #03-04, 131 Rifle Range Rd., 588406
Tel: 6337 7493 / 8332 2694
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. (Sun. to Thurs; Bedok) and 10 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. (Fri., Sat., and eve of PH.; Bedok) / 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Mon. to Sun., PH. & eve of PH.; Rifle Range Road)

International Cuisines

21. Captain Kim Korean BBQ and Hotpot

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Good news especially for foodies in the East – Captain Kim Korean BBQ and Hotpot is MUIS halal-certified, and is conveniently located within five minutes from Tampines MRT! Diners can enjoy both Korean BBQ and Army Stew Hotpot at the same time here, making the restaurant a popular choice for company and family gatherings. More than 60 varieties of top-notch quality meats, vegetables, hotpot staples and Korean side dishes are on the buffet table here. If you want to indulge in some barbecue and steamboat while raving to the latest Korean pop hits, this is the place to go!

Captain Kim Korean BBQ and Hotpot
Address: #01-06, 300 Tampines Avenue 5, 529653
Tel: 6260 4247
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Mon. to Fri.), and 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Sat., Sun. & PH.)

22. Muk Bang Korean Restaurant

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Muk Bang Korean Restaurant is a halal-certified restaurant located within the Viva Business Park, serving authentic Korean fine dining. Expect a wide range of Korean comfort food from Kimchi Bokkeumbap (Fried Rice; $11.90), Bibimbap ($11.90), Korean Army Stew (for sharing; $42.90) and also Galbi Tang (Beef Ribs Soup; $12.90). As with the classic Korean hospitality, diners here can expect a full table filled with banchan (side dishes) from the classic Kimchi to stir fried anchovies.

Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant
Address: #01-02 Viva Business Park, Blk 750 Chai Chee Rd., 469000
Tel: 6604 632
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (daily) 

23. Tipo Pasta Bar

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Tipo Pasta Bar has proven itself to be the new trendy, aesthetic cafe for halal pasta. Its unique selling point? The pasta here is handcrafted using high quality ingredients, allowing flavours to be combined and elevated. Flavours such as Dill & Lemon Fettuccine and Saffron Fusilli are among many others that are made from scratch here at the pasta bar. All pastas are served in 100 grams at $9.90 (with additional 50 grams for $3). Besides its classic sauces, you can also DIY your own pasta sauce and ingredients with its ever-changing pasta of the day. 

Tipo Pasta Bar
Address: 785 North Bridge Rd., 198753
Tel: 8768 0785
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (daily) 

24. Kucina Italian Restaurant

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Kucina Italian Restaurant was founded in 2016 by Chef Gero @ Omar, who has over 30 years of experience in Italian cuisine. Realising that there was no authentic and halal Italian food in Singapore then, Chef Gero opened his restaurant, aiming to introduce Italian food to the Muslim community. Authenticity, in Kucina’s context, is all about retaining the original method of preparing Italian food – no short-cuts or fusion. Diners here will be able to witness the freshness of the produce, and the passion that the chefs possess through the open-concept kitchen. On the menu is various types of salads, pasta, meats and pizzas.

Kucina Italian Restaurant
Address: #B1-09/10 KINEX, 11 Tanjong Katong Rd., 43715
Tel: 6493 2154
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (daily)

25. Cajun on Wheels

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The red-and-white Cajun on Wheels (C.O.W.), Singapore’s premium halal-certified seafood restaurant and caterer, is inspired and influenced by Louisiana and New Orleans’s soul-flavours. The restaurant takes on the spirit of a gourmet food truck, serving up fresh seafood buckets and tasty seafood platters to diners who love seafood and don’t mind digging into their meals with gusto. The Plaza Singapura outlet features family friendly ambience and provides delight to both parents and children and solo diners or small groups for their quick lunch breaks. Try out its signature boil buckets, with four different sizes (S to XL) for every group size, or its assorted seafood buckets – like the Olympian Bucket ($226; serves 5-6) or the Poseidon Bucket ($98; serves 2-3). 

Cajun on Wheels
Address: #03-92 Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd., 238839 / 455-456 / 459-461 Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, 038983
Tel: 6341 9665 
Opening Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (daily) / 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Tue. to Sun.)

26. Elfuego by COLLIN’s

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Elfuego, the newest halal concept by local western food chain COLLIN’S, aims to redefine the dining experience for both local and international guests. Founded by Chef Collin Ho with more than 20 years of culinary experience, each dish at Elfuego is born out of passion and keen attention to detail. Set Lunches are available here every Monday to Thursday, at $18.90 for two courses, and $23.90 for three courses. Otherwise, tackle its mains head-on with dishes such as Pan-Roasted Toothfish ($28), Spiced Local Duck Breast ($24) or a Live Boston Lobster ($45). 

Elfuego by COLLIN’s
Address: #02-216 Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, 819666
Tel: 6513 0716
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (daily) 

27. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

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Ichikokudo is committed to sharing the authentic flavours and culture of Hokkaido with its valued customers. This halal-certified ramen restaurant replicates the rich ramen broth (traditionally made with pork) with fresh chicken, vegetables and a blend of ingredients from Hokkaido, including bonito, mackerel and kelp. The result is a rich, dense soup with an explosion of umami flavours. The ramen noodles are also exclusively produced with a special blend of Hokkaido wheat which adds a distinct springiness to each bite. An Original Shoyu Ramen goes for $10.90, while the seafood-stuffed Hokkai Ramen Gifts From The Sea – with crab legs, shell-on scallops and shrimps – goes for $19.90. 

Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see website).
Tel: N/A (Reserve here).
Opening hours: Hours vary with outlet (see website).

28. Tokyo Shokudo

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Tokyo Shokudo is Japan Foods Holding’s first halal-certified concept restaurant. Here, authentic and delicious Japanese comfort food is its speciality, serving diners a taste reminiscent of Tokyo. Menu items include Beef Shabu Spicy Ramen ($14.90), Soft Shell Crab Tsukemen ($18.90), Signature Tendon ($13.90), as well as Mixed Tempura Rice Sets ($14.90). With multiple locations in the heartlands including in Tampines, Yishun, and Jurong East, you’re never too far from its halal Japanese delights!

Tokyo Shokudo
Address: #01-175, 1 Northpoint Drive, 768019 (Yishun) / #04-02, 4 Tampines Central, 525910 (Tampines) / #03-09, 3 Gateway Drive, 608532 (Jurong East)
Tel: 6250 8312 / 6786 3221 / 6465 9383
Opening Hours: 11 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. (daily; Yishun) / 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. (daily; Tampines) / 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (daily; Jurong East)

29. Tang Tea House 

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Delicately prepared by Shanghainese chefs, Tang Tea House is famed for the freshness and authenticity of its halal dim sum, ranging from chicken pau, har kow, siew mai and steamed chicken dumplings. With various outlets across Singapore – many opened until late – this is a must-try destination for a quick tea break or a hearty supper. Apart from the extensive dim sum menu, the restaurant also serves up savoury Chinese wok-fried rice dishes, tae-char style seafood and even Pan-fried Crispy Beehoon ($11/$16). Pair your food with some Chinese tea for the ultimate dining experience today. 

Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see website).
Tel: See website
Opening Hours: Hours vary with outlet (see website).

30. Nuodle

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Originated from Lanzhou, China, Nuodle – with over 30 stores worldwide – serves only the finest and freshest in-store hand pulled noodle. As you enter the (halal-certified) restaurant, be sure to look through the large, open window to witness the ancient process of master noodle-making play out in a modern setting. Then, enjoy the unique aroma and flavour of beef and noodles in carefully brewed clear broth, made with clean white turnips, brilliant red chili oil, green cilantro and a blend of traditional Chinese spices. Here, you can even choose your preferred noodle thickness. 

Nuodle
Address: Multiple locations islandwide (see here).
Tel: See website
Opening hours: Hours vary with outlet (see here).

Originally by Derrick Tan, July 2021

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