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Where To Get The Best HALAL JAPANESE Food In Singapore

When you want authentic Japanese flavours that are also halal, here's where to go.

Searching high and low for Japanese food that’s authentic and halal? Look no further!

Whether it’s ramen, miso soup, udon or sushi, finding authentic Japanese food that’s also halal can prove to be a difficult task, sometimes. There’s just only so many times you can eat store-bought sushi! And sometimes you don’t want to go to the hassle of making ramen yourself. To help you eat out with confidence, we’ve researched places that serve Japanese food that is halal and taste utterly authentic.

From the savouriest ramen bowls to yummy customisable sushi, this list of hala Japanese food has got you covered!

1. The Ramen Stall

Halal Japanese food in Singapore
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Tucked along North Bridge Road, The Ramen Stall is a must-visit when looking for some steamy, savoury halal ramen. Its full-flavoured and smooth broth is prepared by boiling meat and bones for over 24 hours, with no artificial flavourings added. We’re fans of the halal healthy rice bowl or try some chilli hot mala ramen if you’re looking for something spicier.

It also has an array of sushi of your choosing, from Chilli Soft Shell Crab Maki ($18.90) to your classic California Rolls ($10.90). Try the Volcano Chicken Ramen ($11.90) for an eruption of flavours that will delight any chilli-lover.

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The Ramen Stall
Address: 787 North Bridge Rd., 198755
Tel: 6655 0800
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Sun. to Thur.), 11 to 2 a.m. (Fri. and Sat.)

2. Hei Sushi

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - Hei Sushi has a conveyer belt of sushi
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There’s something very fun and playful about the the conveyor belt sushi experience, especially at Hei Sushi, Singapore’s very first halal Japanese belt sushi restaurant. The cooks delivers a variety of high-quality Japanese dishes, including sushi, grilled yakimono, ramen, fusion udon and various kinds of mini baked rice.

With such an extensive menu, this restaurant is a must-visit for anyone looking for some high quality and tasty sushi – and the conveyor belt experience make it a good choice for family meals or fussy eaters. We’re eyeing its Teriyaki Chicken Ramen ($15) and Unagi Kabayaki ($16), which is grilled eel covered in sweet, dark soy sauce.

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Hei Sushi
Address: Multiple outlets islandwide.
Tel: 6582 8467
Opening hours: 11 a.m to 8:30 p.m. (Daily)

3. Tokyo Shokudo

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - Tokyo Shokudo
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This halal Japanese cuisine eatery not only offers hearty bowls of ramen but also serves a variety of mouth-watering gyoza dumplings, crunchy tempura and yummy takoyaki. If you’re a bit bored with noodles, you can try the tempura dons with soft, steamed rice topped with crunchy Ebi tempura or meat or egg.

Visit one of the multiple outlets islandwide to dig into some Duck Ramen ($12.90) which features egg, assorted vegetables, seaweed and tender slices of duck in a flavourful broth. Wash it down with some ice-cold Lychee Lemon Mint Tea ($6.90) or a Milo Dinosaur ($4.90) – the chocolaty malty drink that every Singaporean associates with childhood.

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Tokyo Shokudo
Address: Multiple outlets islandwide.
Tel: 6786 3221
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Daily)

4. Maki-San

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - Maki San offers customised sushi fillings
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Ever wished that you could D.I.Y. the contents of your sushi? Maki-San allows you to customise your own rolls of sushi and Japanese salad bowls! If you’re tired of your typical sushi rolls, head over to Maki-San and create your own sushi masterpiece, made just for you. Choose your favourite wrap (traditional nori seaweed or healthy soybean curd), add a few of your preferred fillings, and top it off with your sauce and topping of choice.

Feeling overwhelmed with all the choices? Then stick to the House Makis for unusual sushi rolls like the Tom-Yummy roll ($9.90), featuring tempura enoki mushroom with Ebi fry, Kani stick and boiled egg. Maki-San also has Japanese House Salads, if you’re looking for something healthy, yet filling.

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Maki-San
Address: Multiple outlets islandwide.

5. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen
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Are you missing Japan and the streets full of food and culture? Ichikokudo Ramen brings the culture of authentic cuisine of Hokkaido to the shores of Singapore. Its signature soup carries a mouthwatering blend of ingredients from Hokkaido along with perfectly cooked chicken, bonito, mackerel and kelp.

Immerse yourself in the culture of Hokkaido and order the Original Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen ($10.90) featuring flavourful soy broth coupled with chicken, egg and vegetables. You can also try sides, such as Grilled Gyoza dumplings($4.50) and Karaage fried chicken ($4.50). Wash your meal down with a glass of authentic Hokkaido Milk ($3.90), the creamy taste will probably leave you asking for refills.

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Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen
Address: Multiple outlets located islandwide.

6. Daya Izakaya

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - Daya Izakaya is SIngapore's only halal izakaya
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The word Izakaya (居酒屋) means “stay-drink-place” – so in Japan, an izakaya is usually a cross between a pub and a casual restaurant that serves finger foods. Daya Izakaya is Singapore’s only halal Izakaya, and it has the cosy hangout feel of an Izakaya, without the alcohol. So it’s a great experience for those wanting to try out something new. Its extensive menu contains sushi rice bowls, sashimi, yakimono, Japanese salads and more.

Tucked along Jalan Kayu, this Muslim-owned restaurant allows you to immerse yourself in Japanese culture. Instead of beers and sake, settle down in a cosy corner with some delicious fruit juices, tonics and fizzy sodas. Grab a Yuzu Soda ($8), a drink inspired by Yuwaku Hot Springs and sit down to chit-chat with friends over sharing plates.

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Daya Izakaya
Address: 254 Jln. Kayu, 799481
Tel:8321 5242
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Sun. to Thurs.), 11:30 to 2 a.m. (Fri. and Sat.)

7. Inariku

Halal Japanese food in Singapore  - inariku is an online home-based japanese halal food delivery service
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Looking for halal Japanese food to be delivered to your doorstep? Inariku is a Muslim-owned business started by a stay-at-home mother who decided to sell Japanese cuisine from her Instagram.

Order a platter of inari or savoury udon cooked to share among family and friends at home. The menu at Inariku chnages depending on what ingredients are available, and only limited orders are taken, so you need to follow them on Instagram to keep up to date. We recommend snagging the Salmon Aburi Mentai Sushi and creamy Daifuku Mochi when you can!

Inariku
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8. JP Kitchen

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This Muslim-owned Japanese cuisine business serves a variety of halal Japanese food from an extensive menu. Order various Japanese cuisine, from takoyaki to donburi to ramen. It also has sushi bowls, udon, onigiri and premium maki sushi. If you’re having a family dinner, you can order online and get your food delivered right to your doorstep at your convenience.

We’re eyeing the Special Party Platter ($35) which features creamy beef or chicken Mentaiko inari sushi, flavourful cheese-bomb Mentaiko Gyoza dumplings and the spiciest Ginza Chicken Wings. Feeling adventurous? Try out the baby octopus fritters (Idako Karaage). Oishii!

JP Kitchen
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9. Emma’s Halal Kitchen

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Emma’s Halal Kitchen only sells home-style Sushi Baked Rice. And fans love this family-style dish made the way Japanese mothers do it. In fact Emma’s Halal Kitchen is sold-out almost every weekend! It sells a variety of Sushi Bake Rice flavours, such as Tuna Mayo, Unagi Kabayaki, Baked Salmon and Prawn. Order a Share-Square for $22 and enjoy wrapping up the flavoured rice with nori seaweed sheets. It’s a great way to dine with family and friends.

Emma’s Halal Kitchen
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By Arshi Iqbal

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