A Complete Guide to Halal Food At Marina Square


Noor Aishah Karim •  Jul 26, 2023

Planning a visit to Marina Square on the weekends or during the F1 SG event, but unsure about the halal food options available? Worry not! Check out this comprehensive go-to list of halal food choices to make your dining experience enjoyable and hassle-free.

1) Burger King

Another household name in Singapore, Burger King never fails to impress customers with its top favourites like WHOPPER, Mushroom Swiss or Turkey Bacon burgers. But apart from these mouthwatering signature burgers, Burger King Singapore is also known for their local-infused specials like the Rendang and Hainanese Tendergrill burgers, so make sure you keep a lookout for those when in season!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-105

2) Chic-a-boo

Owned by the Astons/Andes group which is known for their delectable and affordable steaks, Chic-a-boo is probably one of the most underrated fried chicken chains in Singapore. Whether you sink your teeth in their hot and spicy flavour or go with the "favourite", Chic-a-boo's fried chicken is bound to surprise you. What's even better is that from just $8.90, you can choose 2 side dishes from their extensive menu including unconventional offerings like savory rice, cream of chicken soup, sweet potato fries, curly fries and more.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 03-147

3) Encik Tan

We don’t know about you but we’re always on the lookout for affordable halal Chinese food! Whether you're craving laksa, curry chicken cutlet rice, or claypot rice, Encik Tan's the place to go! Yet another eatery where Muslims can enjoy halal Chinese cuisine, Encik Tan serves up dishes from the classic wanton noodle and fishball noodle to carrot cake and popiah. Their signature noodle is a must try – a big, hearty bowl of wanton mee with fishballs, slices of fishcake, a chicken meatball, and dumpling. Plus, it’s super affordable, being under SGD7!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-275

4) Kenny Roger Roasters

Besides the signature rotisserie-roasted chicken, the restaurant also has Kenny's OMG Chicken that is unfried with less oil, so you can enjoy every bite minus the guilt. Whether you have space in your tummy for 2-piece or 3-piece OMG Chicken Meal (from SGD13.90), every serving is complemented with two sides and its famous homemade muffin.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-130A/104

5) MAKAN MAKAN By D’Penyet Group

Makan Makan is a dining establishment operated by the renowned D'Penyet Group. Specializing in delectable Indonesian cuisine, Makan Makan offers a variety of authentic dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. With a commitment to quality and flavor, the restaurant is a go-to destination for those seeking halal-certified options and a true taste of Indonesian culinary delights. Whether you're a fan of crispy fried chicken, savory rendang, or flavorful sambal, Makan Makan promises a satisfying and memorable dining experience. So, if you're in the mood for a delightful Indonesian feast, head over to Makan Makan and indulge in a gastronomic adventure like no other.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-102

6) McDonald's

Ask any Singaporean, and they'd tell you about their love affair with McDonald's. While McDonald's is the staple of fast food worldwide, McDonald's Singapore has earned a reputation for its delicious curry sauce, which can be eaten with almost anything. Not to mention that its garlic chilli sauce is not just any ordinary chilli sauce and is a perfect condiment for their fries!

Halal Status: Halal-certified


7) Seoul Garden

Having been around for over 30 years, you can always rely on Seoul Garden for your BBQ steamboat fix! Not only do they have a huge variety of delicious meat and seafood items, but Seoul Garden is also a great meet-up spot for catch-ups and birthdays! ?Recently, Seoul Garden has stopped its unlimited buffet but their menu now is more extensive, with premium meat platters including Wagyu and more.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 03-210

8) SOFRA Turkish Cafe and Restaurants

Established in Singapore in 1999, Sofra recently reopened its restaurant at Marina Square after its Shaw Towers outlet shut its doors. The restaurant has 20 years of experience and it promises you the most authentic Turkish experience. Their Chefs are from Hatay, a city in Turkey known for its gastronomical delights that has also been featured in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. At Sofra, immerse yourself in the restaurant’s Turkish ambience. Their decor, customer service and Turkish plates and cups are designed to transport you to Turkey.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 03-129A

9) Subway

For the uninitiated, Subway lets you customise your sandwiches by choosing your choice of bread, flavour, cheese and vegetables. To top it off, you can also add your choice of sauces. We had a sample of one of their hot favourites, the Italian BMT, which has beef pepperoni, beef salami and chicken ham. If you're new to Subway, we highly recommend their Subway Melt and Subway Club too!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-52


With multiple outlets in Singapore, SUKIYA is very well established in the Japanese dining scene. The first of its restaurants was opened in Yokohama, Japan in 1982 where it quickly became a well-loved brand amongst the locals. ? When SUKIYA expanded outside of Japan it opened 600 stores worldwide including in South-east Asia and Latin America. Its mission to serve authentic Japanese food with reliable quality at affordable prices spread throughout the world.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-183A

11) TANAMERA Coffee

If you need a cold drink to cleanse your palette after all that spice, try visiting TANAMERA for their delicious and refreshing cold brew. You can enjoy anything you desire from cold brew white oat to white ginger and much more! They not only serve coffee but meals too! From Tahu Telur to Linguini Meatballs, cleanse your pallet over here!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-192

12) The Tree Cafe

There are many halal eateries in Singapore's Orchard Road but if you think you've visited them all - well we have something new to add to your list. The Tree Cafe serves casual halal Western fare at affordable prices. Western-style dishes can sometimes average between $20-$25 a plate, but the most expensive dish on The Tree Cafe's menu is just $17.90! ? Read on to find out more about your next favourite hangout spot!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Location: 02-100A

Here is all the halal food at Marina Square! Happy eating!