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Top Best Halal Restaurants, Eateries & Bakeries in Singapore

Singapore is known around the world as a food haven, with a huge diversity and selection of different types of food. Thanks to our local Malay population, Singapore has seen more halal food eateries, restaurants and cafes and even bakeries serving delicious Halal food and delicacies that’s frequented by Muslims and Non-Muslims alike. If you are looking for a great Halal restaurant for a meal with your friends or family, check out our Halal eateries compilation for the top best choices. Tropika Club takes you to the Top Best Halal Restaurants, Eateries & Bakeries in Singapore.

1. Elfuego

Introduction: Elfuego®, the newest halal concept by local western food chain COLLIN’S®, aims to redefine the dining experience for both local and international guests.

Elfuego™, the newest halal concept by local western food chain COLLIN’S®, aims to redefine the dining experience for both local and international guests. Located at Jewel, Changi Airport, Elfuego™ features modern European halal cuisine in an
open kitchen concept that gives their guests a glimpse of the action as their orders are carefully prepared by the local
award-winning team of chefs.

Founded by Chef Collin Ho with more than 20 years of culinary experience, each dish at COLLIN’S® is born of passion and keen attention to detail. Having seen lots of happy customers since the first COLLIN’S® opened in 2012, they are
very happy to be able to serve you all across Singapore.

With a warm, relaxed ambience and exceptional food, they invite you to come share the joy of food and life’s pleasures. Be sure to check the halal-certified restaurant out regularly for limited-time only dishes crafted specially by the Chef!


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  • Mains include Pan-Roasted Toothfish, Pan-roast Farmed Barramundi, Slow-cooked Chicken, Spiced local duck breast and Charcoal-grilled Australian Wagyu bavette steak.

Location: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, #02-216, Singapore 819666

Contact: +65 65130716

Website: https://elfuego.sg/

2. IndoChili

Introduction: At IndoChili, the Halal Indonesian restaurant are pleased to introduce you to Indonesian cuisines rich heritage. Orchestrated from traditional Indonesian recipes and infused by fresh spices, they believe their food is an exquisite offering that will not only satisfy your palate but also redeem your sense of taste.​ They are proud to have processed their spices and pastes from scratch fresh ingredients. IndoChili also do not add any MSG as part of their commitment to serve you a healthier and wholesome spice-rich authentic Indonesian cuisine.


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  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Ikan Bakar Bali,
    • Ikan Bawal Goreng,
    • Udang Cumi Bakar Jimbaran,
    • Ayam Bumbu Rujak,
    • Mutton Rendang,
    • Buntut Goreng Special,
    • Ayam Goreng Cabe Hijau,
    • Ayam Goreng Kalasan,
    • and many more

Location: Multiple Locations.

Contact:  Multiple Locations.

Website: https://www.indochili.com/

3. Afterwit

Introduction: Located along North Bridge Road, Afterwit is a fusion restaurant combining the flavours of Mexican fare with a more distinguishable local Malay fare. Well-loved by its customers for its nachos, you can also try their amusingly-named dishes such as Cheeky Git or Easy Like Sunday Morning.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Skewed Octopus
    • Scallop-topus Ceviche
    • Elote
    • Crispy Quinoa
    • Cheeky Git
    • Marine Sour Cream
    • Easy Like Sunday Morning
    • Fishy on a Dishy
    • Not for the Faint Hearted
    • No Meat Nachos

Location: 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746

Contact:  +65 83083475

Website: www.afterwit.sg

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4. Carousel

Introduction: Enjoy a rejuvenated buffet experience at Carousel, where their buffet concept is redesigned with your safety and well-being in mind. At the buffet counters, trained staff in masks and gloves will be serving the food.

Bringing you an innovative culinary concept that promises to delight your tastebuds and pamper your senses, Carousel buffet serves global gastronomy that appeals to all diners. From Mediterranean, Asian, Japanese fare, a lavish seafood spread, an impressive French Rotisserie and desserts, the wide array of delectable cuisines will leave diners spoilt for choice. Food is prepared in Halal-certified kitchens.

Voted the Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore at AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards for 7 consecutive years, Carousel is also the only restaurant inducted into the award’s Hall of Fame.


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  • Dig into over 100 mouthwatering dishes during lunch and dinner buffets. You’ll be tickled pink when you see the kaleidoscope of flavours our chefs have prepared for you, from halal-certified kitchens. Look forward to an impressive seafood selection, fresh sushi, and sashimi and all-time favourites like Teppanyaki, Mediterranean and Asian delights.
  • Weekends are extra special, so expect add-ons such as Ikura (Salmon Roe) and Truffled Lobster Risotto (dinner special) on the menu.

Location: Royal Plaza on Scotts, Lobby Level, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220

Contact:  +65 6219 3780

Website: https://carouselbuffet.com.sg/

5. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

Introduction: Take your tastebuds on an adventure to Indonesia with a repertoire of authentic Balinese fare from their a la carte halal certified menu. Enjoy tantalising cuisines from any of their restaurants at Furama RiverFront at the comfort of your own home or office. Enjoy free delivery with a minimum order of $80.

  1. Voted one of Singapore’s Top Restaurants by Wine & Dine Top Restaurant 2008
  2. Silver Golden Halal Wok Award Winner by Singapore International Halal Showcase (SIHAS) 2008
  3. Voted Gold of Top Restaurants in Singapore by Simply Dining Guide, 1st Edition 2008
  4. Voted one of Singapore’s Top Restaurants by Wine & Dine Top Restaurant 2007
  5. Voted one of Singapore’s Top Restaurants by Wine & Dine Top Restaurant Guide 2005
  6. Voted one of Singapore’s Top Restaurants by Singapore Tatler 2004
  7. Voted one of Singapore’s Top Restaurants by Wine & Dine Top Restaurant Guide 2003


  • Online Order
  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Beef Rendang and mixed vegetables
    • Snacker-holic Combo
    • Nasi Goreng, Sweet Soy Chicken & Vegetables Bento set
    • Baked Salmon with Pesto Cream
    • Richly Beef Simmered with Thick Coconut Sauce
    • Grilled Pomfret Topped with Sambal Chili


  • 405 Havelock Road, Singapore 169633

Contact:  +65 6333 8898

Website: https://www.furama.com/riverfront/dining/kintamani-indonesian-restaurant

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6. Asian Market Cafe

Introduction: Asian Market Cafe returns with an a la carte buffet concept, steeped in the cultural tradition of “Hidang Mahsuri”. At Asian Market Cafe, guests can expect to be treated to an array of well-loved Southeast Asian cuisine featuring local and contemporary regional favourites that pay tribute to the diversity of flavour and cultures within the region. Appetisers and main courses are presented in a striking silver dome set, allowing guests to come together and reunite over a vibrant array of delectable treats. Asian Market Cafe is a hHalal-certified restaurant.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Satay Station
    • Prata Station
    • Szechuan Black Pepper Chicken
    • Mutton Rendang
    • Wok Fried Traditional Singapore Chilli Crab with Crispy Mantou
    • Pengat

Contact:  +65 6431 6156

Website: https://www.fairmont-singapore.com/dining/asian-market-cafe/

7. Kucina Italian Restaurant

Introduction: Kucina Italian Restaurant is founded in June 2016 by Chef Gero @ Omar, an Italian-Muslim revert, who has over 30 years of experience in Italian cuisine. Realising that there’s no authentic and halal Italian food in Singapore, he decided to open the first one. Chef Gero wants to introduce Italian food to the Muslim community, who may not have the chance to enjoy such food due to the ingredients commonly used in Italian dishes.

Authenticity, in Kucina’s context, is all about retaining the original method of preparing Italian food – no short-cuts or fusion. You can never find any other halal Italian food in Singapore that are more authentic and halal than the food served at Kucina. Why? Firstly, the restaurant is spearheaded by an Italian head chef who has an extensive knowledge on Italian food. Secondly, and most importantly, it is MUIS halal certified.

The word Kucina is inspired by the actual word “Cucina” which means ‘kitchen’ in Italian. To suit the local enunciation of words, the letter K is used instead of C. Hence, the word KUCINA is formed.

The open concept kitchen is introduced to allow customers to have a first-hand view of the preparation of the food by the chefs. They will be able to witness the freshness of produce used and the passion that the chefs possess in order to deliver the best Halal Italian food. The name Kucina represents the essence and heart of the restaurant. For Italians, life revolves around the kitchen at home, with their mothers making fresh pasta, pizza, bread and the best Tiramisu.

Inspired by the ‘Trattoria’ style, the wooden tables, brick accent walls, cement floor and warm lightings depict the warmth, coziness and homely feel at Kucina. At the entrance, you will find the quintessential bespoke 1960’s Vespa to give the authentic feel of Italy.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Nanduya Pizza Bread
    • Arancini Siciliani
    • Ravioli Di Spinaci
    • Pescatora
    • Bistecca
    • Pollo Alla Milanese

Location: 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, #B1-09/10, KINEX 43715

Contact:  +65 6493 2154

Website: https://kucinaitalian.com/

8. Fat Papas


Haikel (right) loves FatBoys burgers. So much so that he pitched Bernie (left) the idea of a ‘halal’ FatBoys many years ago. Today, FatPapas is a dream come true. With the flagship outlet at 17 Bali Lane (#bl17). A lot of love has been has been poured into building FatPapas! Come visit FatPapas today! Share in our dream to bring flavour to the Muslim community and to friends all over the world!


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • The Elvis
    • Wimpy
    • Black Peppercorn Burger
    • Booly Wooly
    • Chicken Mac & Cheese

Location: 17 Bali Lane, Singapore 189853

Contact:  +65 6291 8028

Website: https://www.fatpapas.sg/

9. The Landmark

Introduction: The Landmark takes pride in inviting you to one of Singapore’s most sumptuous and diverse Halal Buffet Singapore restaurant. With a wide selection of an awe-inspiring range of cuisines from various palettes across the region, The Landmark makes for a stunning and impeccable dining experience with its lavishly designed interiors.

Whether you’re stopping by for a delicious buffet spread or celebrating a special occasion, The Landmark offers each and every patron a unique and unforgettable treat of Halal Buffet Singapore. Comprising of an international selection of delicacies and dishes to choose from, you can be assured that all your cravings will be impressively met. Located at the core of Singapore’s Malay culture and heritage, The Landmark is situated at the heart of Arab Street and Bugis, catering to a wide spectrum of patrons both local and foreign across all walks of life.

Regardless of scale or event, The Landmark warmly embraces your requests from private and intimate ceremonies which includes Malay weddings to grand and extravagant celebrations while ensuring an exceptional level of service and utmost quality of food, complete with a majestic setting fit for royalty, you can be assured of an unforgettable experience that will leave both your guests and you mesmerized.

Boasting an international selection of delicacies and dishes that range from North Indian, Mediterranean, Western and Asian on weekdays, The Landmark also features live food stations on weekends, comprising of pizzas, pastas, satay and fresh seafood. Complete with a poolside table and a multi cultural menu, you can be assured that all your gastronomical cravings will be taken care of at an exquisite level and an affordable price for all.


Location: 390 Victoria Street, 05-01 Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore 188061

Contact:   +65 6299 7786

Website: https://landmark.com.sg/

10. Big Fish Small Fish

Introduction: Big Fish Small Fish offer their customers a Fish and Crisps meal amid a dining experience that is engaging and fun. This is the first of its kind in Singapore, originated in Punggol operating from shipping containers in a serene lush greenery setting. We have now expanded our operations into large suburb malls around Singapore.

Big Fish Small Fish brought our ‘shipping container’ into the malls for the shoppers. The interior are specially designed to provide the industrial and warehousing ambience for the avid Fish & Crisps fans. Expect highly Instagramable moments with brightly colored packaging materials that are crafted to feed your phone cameras.

Big Fish Small Fish offer up to 6 types of fishes for customers to select from. The fish fillets are fried upon order in a light and crispy batter. All orders of main courses come with a generous portion of freshly sliced potato crisps. There is also a Catch of the Day, where Big Fish Small Fish offer fresh fish as a premium selection daily, while stocks last. Diners may also complement their meals with Add-ons such as Calamari, Mushy Peas and Coleslaw.

The highlight of your dining experience would be the free flow of sauces and dips available. Customers’ favourites would be the Cheese Sauce, Curry Sauce and the Salted Egg Sauce. These sauces enhance your Fish & Crisps meal and are simply addictive, making one crave for more as they dine. Big Fish Small Fish is Halal-certified.

They believe that each bicycle is akin to a project and as per project, attention to details coupled with proper care and execution should be planned in accordance to the demands of the owner.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Fish on Grill
    • Fish and Crisps
    • Classic Fish and Chips

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact:  Multiple Locations

Website: https://www.bigfishsmallfish.com/


11. Hawkerman

Introduction: Collection of curated stories representing Singapore’s Hawker fares with the combined history of more than 130 years, Hawkerman is a collaboration between a few well-known food brandsm including Tenderfresh, Warung Kim’s Seafood and Ah Boy’s Popiah. Enjoy Halal bites and hearty dishes with a truly local taste.


Location: Multiple Locations

Contact:  Multiple Locations

Website: https://www.tenderfresh.com.sg/hawkerman


12. Padi

Introduction: Treat yourself to something new and exciting today at the Halal-certified homely restaurant here on Bussorah Street. Padi’s authentic Malay food offering fun and tasty time with your friends, family or co-workers. The Padi staff and members are extremely passionate about everything they do, from serving our customers with a smile to
whipping up the best and authentic local Malay dishes that are made with the freshest ingredients.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Prawn Satay Platter
    • Beef Rendang
    • Sambal Squid
    • Grilled Seabass
    • Kampong Glam Fish & Chips

Location: 53 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199469

Contact:  +65 6291 3921

Website: https://www.padibussorah.com/


13. The Halia

Introduction: Halia – Malay for ginger – is located in the one-hectare Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens where over 250 species of gingers with their stunning foliage and colourful flowers thrive. The construction of Halia was carried out simultaneously with the development of the Ginger Garden in the year 2000. Careful consideration was given to the special park setting, such that architecture conformed to the contours of the land, the dignity of mature trees and the preservation of heritage.

In 2001, the Halia was officially opened. The result is an unobtrusive dining room with full height glass windows, beckoning the greenery indoors, and allowing guests to dine in the Garden whilst still comfortably ensconced in cool surroundings. Decades-old majestic palm trees stand like sentries, guardian-witness to the earthy beauty that is the Singapore Botanic Gardens.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Goats Cheese Mousse
    • Beef City Black Ribeye
    • Blackmore Wagyu
    • Lemongrass & Ginger Prawn Salad
    • Communal Feast Menu

Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569

Contact:  +65 8444 1148

Website: https://thehalia.com/


14. The Bravery

Introduction: The Bravery is a Muslim-managed café cum eatery with a great selection of items on their Two Hands and The Bravery menu. The Halal-certified menu changes from breakfast to lunch to dinner so you can be sure of a good variety of menu items from breakfast toast and sandwiches to heavier items such as steaks and salmon for lunch or dinner.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Turkey Ham muffin Sandwich
    • Nova Cheese Toast
    • Steak & Eggs
    • Seafood Alfredo
    • Hummus & Pita
    • Soft Shell Chilli Crab
    • Seafood Arrabbiata
    • Spiced Butter Chicken with Saffron Pilaf Rice

Location: 50 Amoy Street, Singapore 069876

Contact:  +65 9388 2973

Website: https://thebravery.sg/


15. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

Introduction: At Fika, serving home-cooked, traditional (Halal) Swedish food and pastry is their passion. They use only the finest and freshest ingredients to create our dishes that will fill your belly and warm your heart.

Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a coffee with one’s colleagues, friends, date, or family. The word has quite ambiguous connotations and can mean anything from taking a break from work or other activities, to going on a date. Swedes are among the heaviest consumers of coffee in the world and this practice of taking a break for a coffee, typically with a cinnamon roll and/or some biscuits or cookies, or sometimes a smörgås on the side, is central to Swedish life.

Although the word may in itself imply “taking a break from work”, this is often emphasied using the word fikapaus (“fika pause”) or fikarast (“fika break”), with kaffepaus and kafferast, respectively, as near synonyms. The shorter word fika may equally well mean having coffee with a friend at a café or konditori (a “patisserie-based coffeehouse”)

There is also a Swedish record in fika where as many people as possible are gathered to fika. Kalmar were first to break a Swedish fika record. On June 6, 2007, 2620 people sat down together for a fika. source: http://en.wikipedia.org


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Swedish Meatballs
    • Swedish Lamb Stew
    • Steak with Warm Potato Salad
    • Pytt I Panna

Location: 257 Beach Road, Singapore 199539

Contact:  +65 6396 9096

Website: https://www.fikacafe.com/


16. Tipo Pasta Bar

Introduction: Tipo 00, also known as “doppio zero” or “granero tero” originates from Italy. It is a type of wheat flour which is smooth and almost silky to the touch.

Tipo Pasta Bar is about the celebration of artisanal produce – the pasta at Tipo are handcrafted using high quality ingredients and the re-imagination of how flavours can be combined and elevated using its surrounding elements. The permutations of pasta and flavours such as Dill & Lemon Fettuccine and Saffron Fusilli are among many others that are made from scratch. Tipo Pasta Bar is one of the topHalal restaurants along North Bridge Road.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Pomodoro
    • Beef Ragu
    • Creamy Chicken Mushroom
    • Mushroom Madness
    • Crazy Carbonara
    • Mighty Meatballs
    • Truffle Tramezzini

Location: 785 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198753

Contact:  +65 8768 0785

Website: https://www.tipo.sg/


17. Positano Risto

Introduction:Positano Risto was created to give diners all over the world the choice for an amazing halal Italian dining experience. We strive to provide delicious food at great value with a unique ambience and fantastic service while being able to do good for the community as well..

Positano Risto was born out of a pure love of authentic Italian food by its Muslim owners. Whenever they traveled to non-Muslim countries, their dining choices were limited to kebabs, fish and chips and the usual Indo Malay and Indian cuisines which is in abundance in most global cities. There had to be a better way – a way of choice.

Through humble beginnings and pure intentions, the first Positano Risto on 66 Bussorah St is today ranked as Singapore’s #1 most reviewed Italian restaurant while their Publika KL outlet is #1 Italian out of 202 on TripAdvisor. Positano Risto will continue to thrive and grow as their vision is to become the world’s most popular halal Italian social dining restaurant chain.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Gnocchi with Smoked Salmon
    • Meatballs Parmigiana
    • Positano Vongole Linguine
    • Soft Shell Crab Linguine
    • 4 Cheeses Risotto
    • Slow Braised Lamb SHank
    • Honey Glaxed SHort Rib
    • Amalfi Grilled Chicken

Location: 66 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199479

Contact:  +65 6292 1866

Website: https://positanoristo.com/


18. Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

Introduction: If you are looking for a Halal Turkish meal, then Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant might be a good choice. Choose from a huge selection of Turkish cuisine with portions enough for one with a good appetite. They have a wide range of Halal kebabs and seafood and meat dishes.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Cacik
    • Vine Leave Rolls
    • Mutabbal
    • Iskender Kebab
    • Tombik
    • Adana Kebab
    • Shish Kebab

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-129A,Singapore 039594

Contact:  +65 8768 0785

Website: http://sofra.sg/


19. Coba Coba


In a father and son’s bid to pay homage to their background, the idea of Coba Coba (Bahasa Indonesia:try try) was conceptualised. Established in 2014, we try to bring traditional handmade Indonesian food catered to families and friends in a clean, homely and halal environment. Naturally, we specialised in the old-school way of sharing Nasi Ambeng and Nasi Padang with the important people in your lives.

Amongst 30 over dishes, the signature dishes at Coba Coba are its tahu telur, lemak siput sedut, sotong sumbat and provide catering services for all occasions from home to corporate events to your convenience.

Most importantly, the Coba Coba team is thankful to have grown steadily due to the close rapport between customers, staff and friends.


Location: Block 156 Yishun Street 11, #01-106,Singapore 760156

Contact:  +65 6382 2622

Website: https://www.cobacoba.sg/


20. Penny University

Introduction: Penny University is an artisanal cafe borne out of a love of coffee discovered in London. SInce 2012, Penny University has been sourcing their specialty beans from reputable traders and they do roast their own coffee beans. This Halal café serves quality hearty brunches and dinners, artisanal cakes and brad freshly baked on a daily basis in the area by local bakers. They also collaborate with their surrounding in providing a haven for people living in Siglap, East Coast and Marine Parade areas.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Duck Ragout
    • Ebiko Prawn
    • Oyako Don
    • Pesto Mac & Cheese
    • Steak Frites

Location: 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997

Contact:  +65 6345 9055

Website: https://www.pennyuniversitysg.com/


21. Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill


NOOSH Noodle Bar and Grill, a Halal restaurant located at The Esplanade brings together the best of both Asian and Western cuisine in a stunning ambience, perfect for families and special occasions.​

NOOSH showcases specially crafted contemporary fusion menu that goes beyond regular dining, challenging boundaries with food concoction and exciting senses, all while maintaining unique traditions.

At NOOSH they bring sophistication and excitement to everyday comfort food, by introducing and immersing different ingredients, specialty cooking techniques and robust culinary skills in a Halal fashion.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Curly Fries with Bacon and Cheese
    • Sate Bebek Pontianak
    • Sambal Bali Chicken Cutlet
    • Dome Filet Mignon Surf & Turf

Location: Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, #01-13B,Singapore 039802

Contact: NIL

Website: https://noosh.store/


22. Wakuwaku Yakiniku

Introduction: Singapore’s first HALAL Yakiniku restaurant! Helmed by their very own Japanese chef from the land of Wagyu, this Halal restaurant promise to deliver the exact same authentic Wagyu beef experience. Wakuwaku® also serves delicious Donburi bowls for their diners.


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Location: 27 Bali Lane, Singapore 189863

Contact:  +65 6291 6891

Website: https://wakuwaku.sg/


23. Working Title – Burger Bar


The early tale of (working title) brims with nostalgia and grit. Fresh off our newcomer’s high of starting our own business with Shophouse The Boutique Hostel, (working title) was initially meant for nothing more than breakfast and brunch for our guests. But the black hole in the rooftop pantry had expanded and there we were, in a space barely recognisable as a kitchen, finding ourselves suddenly flipping patties onto buns.

From the old days of having just the “One and Only Burger” to our current gourmet menu of home-ground patties, (working title) encapsulates the essence of The Black Hole Group and our growth over the years.

Artisanal coffee, gourmet burgers, grunge brunch and curated furnishing – the black hole is full of it.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Holy Crab
    • Juicy Lucy
    • Tornado in Oklahoma
    • Baconator
    • What Came First?

Location: 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751

Contact:  +65 8768 0463

Website: https://www.workingtitle.sg/


24. I Am Cafe

Introduction: I Am Cafe is a humble cafe cum bistro opened by three brothers who specialize in providing comfort food for its regular diners. While they are famous for their charcoal-grilled beef burgers, they also provide other amazing dishes like the Fish and Chips, The Dutch Frites and Mayo as well as their Signature Rainbow Cake which is very instagrammable.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Juicy Beef Burger
    • Belle’s Burger
    • The Boss Burger
    • Sloppy Beef Burger

Location: 674 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188804

Contact:  +65 6295 5509

Website: https://www.iam.com.sg/


25. Badoque Cafe

Introduction: Badoque Cafe is a casual Halal dining location tucked away at a corner of Simpang Bedok , and is well-known by the residents who are living in that area. Don’t mind their non-functional website – go to their Facebook page to see their menu of Halal-based food selections.


  1. Click link for menu
  2. Highlights from Menu includes
    • Seafood Pasta
    • Laksa Seafood Pasta
    • Chix and Mushroom Risotto
    • Cream Sausage Risotto

Location: 298 Bedok Road, Singapore 469454

Contact:  +65 6446 6928

Website: https://www.facebook.com/badoquecafesg/


26. Royz et Vous


Royz et Vous started on 15 July 2014 as an idea to start building a halal empire. We managed to get an outlet at Bali Lane due to it’s demographics of Muslim community which is located at the heart of Arab Street.

17 Bali Lane was the first outlet which started operations on 19 September 2014. Our objective was to showcase a combination of a cafe and a restaurant into one. In Singapore, a cafe is known to have better beverage while a restaurant is known for better food.

Within a short period, we noticed an increase in traffic to our cafe, attracting both tourists and locals. They enjoy our specialty coffee and halal food created by our dedicated chefs.

It was a tough decision for us to let go of Bali Lane but we soon realized the need to accommodate and serve our increasing number of customers that is made up of new and returning who are our loyal followers.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Sweet Potato Fries
    • Fried MushroomsREndang Chicken Lasagne
    • XL SOft Shell Crab
    • Roasted Boneless Ayam Percik
    • Smoked Duck

Location: Multiple Outlets

Contact:  Multiple Outlets

Website: https://royzetvous.com.sg/


27. MacKenzie Rex Restaurant

Introduction: Established in Singapore in 1966, MacKenzie Rex restaurant is a fine Oriental Halal Restaurant who has served many generations. With over a hundred dishes, ranging from all-time favourites such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Spring Rolls, Sweet Sour Garoupa, you will be spoilt for choices.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Chilli Crab
    • Steam Garoupa
    • Chicken Rice Set
    • Bittergourd Beef
    • Sweet and Sour Fish

Location: 66 Prinsep Street, #01-01, Singapore 188668

Contact:  +65 6336 1702

Website: https://www.macrex.com.sg/


28. Mother Dough Bakery

Introduction: At Mother Dough, their breads are entirely handcrafted with artisanal techniques, and baked fresh daily. Emphasis is placed on flavour and quality ingredients, and their flour is sourced from reputable, environmentally conscious grain millers. The team of dedicated bakers is happy to bake throughout the day, for you to enjoy a fresh crusty sourdough baguette, or a warm buttery sourdough croissant.

Mother Dough refers to the fermentation starter or sourdough culture used in bread making. Theirs came all the way from New York, from a tiny kitchen of a beloved Brooklyn bakery. Today she sits in North Bridge Road, absorbing the local atmosphere and reinventing herself. Their mother dough is the basis of all their sourdough breads, and pastries, giving rise to complex flavours, textures and nutritional value. Mother Dough is a Halal-certified bakery.

Naadhira / Head Baker

Born from a deep-seated love for baking and breaking bread, Mother Dough Bakery was founded in May 2018 by head baker Naadhira Ismail. She started her bread and pastry journey in 2012 at The International Culinary Institute, NYC, and spent the next four years in the city working at different bakeries and restaurants. But it wasn’t till she worked at bakery in Brooklyn that her love for the craft deepened, and where she studied the process and rhythms of slow fermentation, and tasted one of the best baguettes.

Naadhira’s favourite way to start the day is having fresh baguette with honey, and dunking a flakey buttery croissant into good coffee. And backing her is a pretty awesome team.


Location: 3 Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199259

Contact:  +65 6909 6604

Website: https://www.motherdough.com.sg/


29. Konditori

Introduction: Konditori is a Halal-based bakerty on Bussorah Streets, well-known for their celebration tarts and their box of treats. If you are looking for artisanal bakes and croissants, you can drop by at Konditori for a cup of mocha and by the way, the whiffs of freshly baked breads are free!


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Banoffee Celebration Tart
    • Lemon Meringue Celebration Tart
    • Box of Treats

Location: 33 Bussorah Street, Singapore, 199451


Website: https://www.konditori.sg/


30. Fluff Bakery

Introduction: Head Baker Nursyazanna Syaira started out baking cupcakes in her mom’s kitchen and taking small orders from family and friends as a hobby. One day in 2012, she realized that she wasn’t happy and made the decision to quit her day job as a Public Relations Executive to pursue her dreams. Her dream was to open a quaint little bakery, make the most amazing desserts and to make people happy and fat. A year later her dream was realized with the opening of Halal-owned Fluff Bakery at Jalan Pisang.

A visit to Fluff is never boring! They change our menu weekly and offer a selection of cupcakes, layered cakes, rustic cakes, tarts and other drool inducing desserts. Their cupcakes are well known for being one of the most delicious in town! Each cupcake is lovingly cored and filled before they frost them and this gives our cupcakes an added flavour dimension. In fact, we’ve done over a hundred cupcake flavours to date!


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Nutella Red Velvet
    • Salted Caramel
    • Ondeh Ondeh Cake
    • Basque Burnt Cheesecake

Location: 4 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199071


Website: https://www.fluffbakery.sg/


31. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

Introduction: Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a coffee with one’s colleagues, friends, date, or family. The word has quite ambiguous connotations and can mean anything from taking a break from work or other activities, to going on a date. Swedes are among the heaviest consumers of coffee in the world and this practice of taking a break for a coffee, typically with a cinnamon roll and/or some biscuits or cookies, or sometimes a smörgås on the side, is central to Swedish life.

Although the word may in itself imply “taking a break from work”, this is often emphasied using the word fikapaus (“fika pause”) or fikarast (“fika break”), with kaffepaus and kafferast, respectively, as near synonyms. The shorter word fika may equally well mean having coffee with a friend at a café or konditori (a “patisserie-based coffeehouse”)

There is also a Swedish record in fika where as many people as possible are gathered to fika. Kalmar were first to break a Swedish fika record. On June 6, 2007, 2620 people sat down together for a fika. source: http://en.wikipedia.org


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Meatball Melt
    • Pytt I Panna
    • Garlic Paste
    • Pasta Bake (Smidhagen Family Recipe)

Location: 257 Beach Road, Singapore 199539

Contact:  +65 6396 9096

Website: https://www.fikacafe.com/


32. The Mad Sailors

Introduction: The Mad Sailors 2.0 pays homage to the spirit of discovery from the old British seafarers. Akin your dining experience to that of exploration – an eclectic concoction of ingredients and ideas influenced through voyage.

From starters to afters, their small plates embody queer experimentation – creating the perfect occasion for friends and family to share new flavours and feelings that each dish evokes. Come journey with The Mad Sailors through uncharted waters. They can’t promise fair weather but they’re sure it’s going to be one mad culinary ride.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Garlic Prawn
    • Octopus
    • Truffle Potato
    • Chicken Confit
    • The Roast
    • Weekend Brunch

Location: 24 Haji Lane, Singapore 189217

Contact: +65 8768 0465

Website: http://www.themadsailors.sg/


33. Julie Bakes

Introduction: Juliana Jahayer is the founder of Julie Bakes. Started as a home based business she now owns a bakery shop at No. 14 Baghdad Street. Previously she was an Operation Manager in a Shipping & Logistic Company.

Youngest in the family, she grew up with traditional cakes. She often got to taste the luscious salivating bakes from her late Mum who loved baking and cooking. Her sisters continued baking these traditional cakes while she loves to savor them.
When she found her new passion with cupcakes baking, she immersed herself with these favorites’ trendy cakes which are popular not only among kids but adults as well. However, she also creates Fusion cupcakes other than western modern flavors as she wants to create awareness among the “new generations” about Asian and Traditional delights.

Julie Bakes also participated in community events such as Darul Ihsan Carnival Day and Perwanit Fund Raising Events and recently at Delta Airlines Welfare Events. She supported Health Promotion Board representative to be a judge at Whampoa Community Centre on Cupcakes Decorations and Healthier Choice of Cupcakes. This year 2016, she conducted a workshop at Muis. Julie Bakes also serves Corporate, Communities and Schools. Julie Bakes is 100% Halal and Muslim-owned.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Serawa Durian Cake
    • Lychee Cake
    • Low Fat Ondeh Ondeh Cake
    • Chendol Cake

Location: 14 Baghdad Street

Contact: +65 9647 9027

Website: https://www.facebook.com/JULIEBakes.Cupcakes.Cakes.Delicacies/


34. Blue Jasmine

Introduction: Blue Jasmine serves authentic Thai flavours within a contemporary setting in the heart of Farrer Park.

A casual yet chic restaurant, it offers both indoor and alfresco seating that boasts interiors by award-winning design agency FBEYE International. Blue Jasmine’s interiors draw inspiration from Asia’s rich tapestry of cultures – with the centrepiece being a colourful digital print of Peranakan Kebaya embroidery, inspired by the Straits Chinese. These unique features are set against the restaurant’s backdrop of rustic warm red bricks and crisp white tiles – giving Blue Jasmine a fresh and bright palette throughout.

Allow us to awaken your senses with a myriad of our delectable and aromatic Thai dishes. Each dish encapsulates the essence of Thai culture – the perfect harmony of earthy herbs and spices in every mouthful, which will bound to satisfy any discerning diner.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Tiger Cry Grilled Beef Salad
    • Thai Basil Kaprao
    • Crabmeat & Pineapple Fried Rice
    • Khao Kluk Kapi
    • Durian & Sticky Rice
    • Thai Chendol

Location: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5 Park Hotel, Singapore 217564

Contact: +65 6824 8851

Website: https://www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/farrerpark/blue-jasmine


35. Overrice

Introduction: Founded by four gentlemen with a passion for travelling and a penchant for discovering different cuisines from all around the world. In their pursuit, one dish that stood out was a certain mediterranean influenced bowl sold from food pushcarts at the corners of Manhattan, New York

​Overrice offers freshly prepared all-in-one bowls with a choice of slow cooked pulled beef, grilled chicken or a plant-based option, fried falafel balls. It is served over seasoned basmati rice, with freshly baked pita bread and mixed salad tucked neatly on the side.

Aside from the expertly prepared versions of Mediterranean rice bowls, Overrice’s expanded menu includes pita pockets (a lighter version of the same variety) and fancy New York inspired mocktails. Also, in the spirit of the “support local” movement, Overrice has partnered with up and coming talented dessert chefs. 

The highlight of the whole Overrice experience are the two sauces that accompany each meal — the elusive yet addictive white sauce, and a fiery hot chilli sauce blend. Though the actual recipes remain secret, they’ve got them committed to memory and down to a science — freshly prepared by hand and bottled daily with no preservatives added.

Every detail has been thought out — their to-go food packaging is made from reclaimed and rapidly renewable sugarcane pulp, (a by-product of the sugar refining industry that remains after the juice has been extracted) a resource that would otherwise be discarded and burned. As an added bonus, their bowls are microwave-safe, making reheating convenient.


Location: 48 Arab St, Singapore 199745

Contact: +65 88771827

Website: https://www.overricesg.com/


36. Chix Hot Chicken

Introduction: Singapore’s First Nashville Hot Chicken Concept Nashville, known as the Music City; famous for their country music, southern hospitality and comfort food and one of the things you’re sure to hear about if you read up on Nashville is a local dish called “Nashville hot chicken,” a local culinary specialty. Nashville hot chicken is quickly becoming Nashville’s worst kept secret. The scorching, crunchy poultry explosion is so uniquely appetizing it’d make Music City a worthy vacation destination even without the music. Like any truly iconic dish, it has a great story to tell, filled with raw human emotion, controversy, and strange hallucinations. 

Back in the 1930s, Thornton Prince III’s (The Founder of Nashville Hot Chicken…) girlfriend was so fed up with his womanising that, one night when he stumbled into his Nashville home late and full of excuses, she decided to teach him a lesson. Putting a malicious twist on the old saying that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, she prepared Prince a buttermilk-fried chicken breakfast, doused in what she believed to be an intolerable amount of cayenne pepper and a few others known to be the the world’s hottest peppers. Prince however liked it so much that he opened up a restaurant – as a single man of course and till this day the restaurant, Prince’s Hot Chicken still remains. 

Co-founders Taufik Batisah & Ismail Bober is proud to announce the official opening of Chix Hot Chicken at 1 Jalan Pisang, a halal-friendly fast casual restaurant serving Nashville Hot Chicken which comes with 3 different levels: Mild Hotness, Extra Hotness and Insane Hotness. They also serve Nashville hot chicken sandwich and thick vanilla milkshake. For those who can’t take the heat, they do have non-spicy fried chicken too! For Taufik & Bober who first became friends at the gym 11 years ago, the idea of going into business together was sparked by their love for fried chicken. “The idea of Nashville Hot Chicken intrigued me after watching an episode of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown. I travelled to Nashville to try this famous dish and simply fell in love with it & the southern hospitality. We brought the concept here and use the hottest organic dry peppers (Carolina reaper & Ghost Peppers) & other “secret” spices for our chicken to bring a different kind of taste & heat to Singapore” said Bober. 

Being the first ever Halal friendly Nashville hot chicken restaurant in Singapore, Chix hopes that our customers will truly enjoy its hot chicken and leave with a smile or in tears… (Depends on how hot they go!) “We believe it’s very important for the quality of our food to match the quality of our service. Our goal is to provide a memorable & fun experience for every single customer. We treat everyone like family and with that we hope that our patrons will feel at home when they drop by,” said Taufik.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Cix and Wafflews
    • Dirty Taters
    • The Melt
    • Quorn Slider
    • B.L.T
    • Comeback’ Boy

Location:1 Jln Pisang, Singapore 199069


Website: https://chixhotchicken.com/


37. The Malayan Council

Introduction: Located in one of the oldest heritage areas in Singapore, Kampong Glam, The Malayan Council is a restaurant where west meets Malaya. The Malayan Council offers a selection of Mala dishes bearing western influences such as Nasi Lemak, Chilli Padi, Asam Pedas, Beef Ribs, Soup Tulang and Masak Merah. Their hope is tha tthey can offer exquisite dishes which joins cultures across the dining table in a celebration of love for Malay, Asian and Western flavours.


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  • Highlights from Menu includes
    • Sticky Crunchy Baby Squid
    • Cereal Fish and Chips
    • Singapore Chilli Lobster
    • Asam Pedas Seafood Aglio Olio

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact: +65 9022 4414

Website: https://themalayancouncil.sg/


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