There are plenty of halal restaurants in Singapore, but have you ever wondered where some of the greatest locations to go for a full-on gourmet excursion are at? Here’s our comprehensive list of the best halal restaurants in the country, ranging from Korean cuisine to traditional Malay fare.
Don N Bap is known for its low-cost Korean rice bowls and Korean Fried Chicken. Their version of KFC (not that fast food chain you are thinking) is available in two flavours: Fiery and Ninniku (think honey, garlic and soy). Get their rice bowls, which cost roughly $6.80, to make your dinner extra satisfying. Beef Bibimbap and Korean BBQ Chicken Bap are among the flavours offered. If you like noodles, you’ll be pleased to learn that they also serve Army Stew Ramyun, which consist of the usual suspects of chicken luncheon and kimchi broth.
Location: 309 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-01, Singapore 680309
Operating Hours: 10.00am-9.30pm (Mon – Sun) | GrabFood
We’ve all had those days when we desire Thai food out of nowhere, and where better to go than Koh NangKam? Traditional Thai cuisine such as pad thai, hot tom yum soup, and more can be found here, with the same authentic, rich flavours you’d find in Thailand. Green curry and pandan chicken are my personal favourites and a meal isn’t complete without ordering them every time you dine here (sadly no dining in now)! Grab a tall glass of Thai milk tea to wash it all down in case you can’t take the heat. Despite being a tad on the sweet side, the sugar might help to alleviate the heat of spicy food.
Location: Jln Kledek, 4 & 6, Singapore 199621
Operating Hours: 11.30am-9.00pm (Mon – Sat) | Delivery
Did u know that Hjh is pronounced as ‘Hajah’? Even before midday, the line at this nasi padang eatery extends out the door. However, we can’t blame the crowd since early birds are the only one who gets the worm. As each item is limited in quantity, popular items like the tauhu telor sells out quickly. Aside from traditional Malay dishes, there are also others that are more uncommon, such as lemak siput sedut (sea snails swirling in a coconut-rich stock). Whenever you are here, be sure to request dollop of sambal with your rice for the ultimate experience. Due to popular demand, Hjh Maimunah has decided to re-open Tingkat orders for the month of June! Check out the offerings here!
Location: Outlets Here
Operating Hours: 10.00am-10.00pm (Mon-Sun) | Oddle
You can get Chinese food all across the island, but just a few are halal-certified. Tang Tea House is the greatest spot to try Zi Char among the halal-certified Chinese restaurants! The rustic restaurant, which has many locations around the island, provides halal dim sum and other genuine Chinese dishes. The best part is that all of the restaurants are open till late, making it an ideal place to grab food in the wee hours of the night. Not sure what to get? Check out their set menus or order some dim sum to go. There will definitely be some delicious items that will tickle your tastebuds here.
Location: Outlets Here
Operating Hours: 11.00am-11.00pm (Mon-Sun) | Oddle
Nasi Ambeng is a traditional Javanese food that is served communally and is typically offered at festivals and festivals, therefore eating it can be an interesting experience in itself. At Pu3 Restaurant, where nasi ambeng is served on big platters to be shared by two or more people, you may have a nasi ambeng feast without the frills. Rice is accompanied by a variety of meats and vegetables, and it comes in huge substantial servings. Have a large family with big appetites? Choose from a variety of sides to make it a regal feast.
Location: 111 Somerset Rd, #02-20 TripleOne Somerset, Singapore 238164
Operating Hours: 11.00am-8.00pm (Mon-Sun) | Oddle
This list only scratches the surface of the greatest halal restaurants in Singapore, there are plenty more hidden gems to be uncovered! You also won’t have to worry about blowing your budget with these establishments because they’ll barely make a dent on your savings. Check out these restaurants and order delivery today!
This article was first published on Must Share Good Things.