Singapore is known as a food paradise and if you’re a Muslim traveller looking for halal food here, no worries! From hawker food to restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from🤗 This includes the rising popularity for halal buffets!
Buffets can be relatively pricey due to the spread they have, so here’s 10 halal buffets that will make both your tummy and pocket happy😋
1. Seoul Garden (Halal-certified)
Most locals in Singapore would be familiar with this! In case you’re not, Seoul Garden is a halal-certified buffet restaurant, popular for their signature marinated Korean meat, served in a buffet-style format. Their spread includes marinated meat, seafood, sushi, cooked food, cakes and desserts (ice-cream) to complete your meal😆Each table comes with a grill and steamboat set with a soup of your choice.
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Just look at those meat😍 The restaurants are spacious enough to hold big groups, so if you’re planning for a large gathering, you can consider coming to Seoul Garden!
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#HHWT Tip: Do browse through their promotion page for the best deals!
Lunch: Adult – $17.99+, Child – $8.99 +
Dinner: Adult – $28.99+, Child – $11.99+
Lunch: 11.30am – 4.59pm (Mon-Thurs), 11.30am – 3.59pm (Fri, Eve of PH)
Dinner: 5pm – 10.30pm (Mon-Thurs)
Lunch: 11.30am – 3.59pm (Sat – Sun & PH)
2. Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ & International Seafood Buffet (Halal-certified)
If you have no patience to sit and cook your own food, come and visit Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ & International Seafood Buffet! The food is all ready-to-eat, all you need to do is just eat😅
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Serving halal-certified Chinese cuisine, Kublai Khan is divided into plenty of stations – soup station, Mongolian BBQ, sushi and cold dish station, seafood on ice, DIY Chinese cuisine (make your own laksa), Hot Entrée (this is where the seafood spread such as Chilli Crab, Cereal Prawn are located), Finger Food and Dessert station!
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Don’t forget to stop by the Mongolian BBQ corner – choose the meat, vegetables and sauces of your choice and pass it to the expert chefs to cook it for you! The chefs will demonstrate their unique culinary expertise in full view and you will be awed at how fast they prepare your food.
#HHWT Tip: There is a musollah within the restaurant compound. Do check with the friendly staff for the directions😊
Lunch: Adult – $18, Child – $12, Student/Senior Citizen – $17
Dinner: Adult – $29, Child – $16.80, Student/Senior Citizen – $24.80
Lunch: Adult – $20, Child – $14, Student/Senior Citizen – $19
Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm
Dinner: 6 – 10pm
Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street (Yellow Zone), Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817
Reservation: Call 63344888
3. Al Jasra Restaurant (Muslim-owned)
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Are you one of those who loves prata so much that you can eat prata at any time of the day, no matter for breakfast, lunch or dinner? If the answer is yes, swing by the Muslim-owned Al Jasra Restaurant for a prata buffet feast!
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The prata buffet serves 2 types of prata – savoury and sweet. Savoury prata consists of plain prata, egg prata, mushroom and cheese, ikan bilis prata, pepper prata and even masala prata. As for the sweet ones, the name says it all – Chocolate, strawberry, pineapple, honey, banana and sugar prata. And for all this, it’s just $9.90 per person and its open 24 hours!
Price: $7.90 per person, excluding drinks
Opening Hours: All day err day, 24 hours
Address: 459 Changi Road (off Jalan Masjid)
4. Sakura International Buffet (Halal-certified)
Swing by Sakura International buffet for lunch, only to pay $22+ for a hearty meal! This cosy halal-certified restaurant is big enough to hold large family gatherings or corporate events.
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Serving more than 150 varieties of food, you get to have a taste of different cuisines in one meal (worth the money!)😃 The spread includes Japanese sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura and chawanmushi. Don’t miss the DIY station – create your own laksa!
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Get to choose your preferred teppanyaki dish and the friendly staffs will serve it to you piping hot! Other spreads include dim sums, seafood dishes starring snow crabs, scallops, oysters, mussels and prawns.
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Lunch: Adult/Senior Citizen – $22++, *Kids – $14.90++
* Kids must be below 12 years and 1.4m in height.
* Prices stated are subjected to 10% service charge and 7% GST.
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Mon-Fri)
Dinner: 6pm – 10pm (Mon-Thurs)
5. Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat (Halal-certified)
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Whenever we think of dining at Marina Bay, some of our friends will go “So expensive!” but this affordable steamboat buffet-style will prove them wrong! Ideally located at the Marina South area of Singapore, Satay By The Bay, it is within walking distance to one of the main attractions in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay 😊
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Don’t be surprised by the choice of food you’ll see, from fresh seafood to meat and to desserts. The best deal of it all? It’s only $25 on weekdays and it’s halal-certified!
Visit Singapore’s iconic landmarks, the Singapore Flyer Flight and Gardens by the Bay at a cheaper price when you purchase the bundle package on Klook. That way, you’ll be saving money for more shopping instead 😉
Adult – $25 nett, Child – $14 (7-12 years)
*Free For Child Below 7 Years Old
(Each Paying Adult Will Be Entitled To One Child Below 7 Years Old Eating Free )
5pm – 11.45pm
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Reservation: Call 9131 1272
6. The Landmark (Halal-Certified)
Located in Village Hotel Bugis, The Landmark is one of the largest restaurants in the city to offer Halal-Certified International cuisines!
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Its menu ranges from Indian, Western to Mediterranean and Asian delights😍
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Start off your meal at the Soup stations serving 9 different types of soup and deep fry station serving fried curry puffs, popiah and many more. Just remember to save your tummy for the main courses and their spread of desserts to complete your meal!
Lunch: Adult – $25++, Child – $13++ (3 to 7 years old)
Breakfast: 6.30am – 10.30am
Lunch: 12pm – 2:30pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Address: 390 Victoria St, Singapore 188061
Reservation: Call 6299 7786
7. Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant (Halal-Certified)
Tucked away in Furama City Centre in Chinatown, Tiffany is a hidden gem for halal high tea. Tiffany offers a combination of English and Asian sweet and savoury food. So aside from the mini sandwiches, bread puddings and cakes, expect more dumplings, siew mais and Malay kuehs to go on to your plate!
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While its menu is not as extensive, Tiffany is an affordable alternative that would still fill your tummy with happiness.
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Tiffany’s daily gastronomical promotions lets you enjoy an affordable afternoon out with your family and friends.
Weekend High Tea (3 – 5.30pm): Adult – $19.90++, Child – $12.90++
Address: Furama City Centre, 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059804
Reservations: +65 6531 5366
8. Rumah Rasa (Halal-Certified)
Here’s the place to go if you’re a fan of Indonesian food. Pamper your tastebuds with familiar Indonesian favourites like rendang, satay or gado-gado at Rumah Rasa at Bay Hotel.
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What’s interesting about Rumah Rasa is that they use herbs from their own spice garden which is located on Bay Hotel’s rooftop! And that’s probably what makes its food even more authentic😋
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Once you’re done savouring the hearty dishes, don’t forget to try out Rumah Rasa’s selection of traditional Indonesian desserts which include cendol and bubur ketan hitam (black glutinous rice with coconut milk and palm sugar). And if you’re heading there for dinner on weekends, you’ll also be treated to a live bbq station.
Lunch Buffet (only on Sat, Sun and PH): Adult – 2 for $55 nett, Child – 2 for $28 nett
(Kids under 6 years old dine in for free!)
Buffet Breakfast: 6 – 10.30am
All-day Dining: 12 – 10.30pm
Weekend Lunch Buffet: 12 – 3pm
Fri and Sat Dinner Buffet with Live BBQ: 6.30-9.30pm
Address: Bay Hotel, 50 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098828
Reservations: 6818 6681
9. Rhombus Pizza (Muslim-owned)
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Saving the best for last! If you’ve heard of make-your-own sandwich, what about make-your-own pizza? Rhombus Pizza is a Muslim-owned restaurant that offers the ultimate pizza buffet! Not only it’s super affordable, you will have the freedom to choose your own favourite toppings and overload them with cheese especially for you cheese-lovers😍
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If you’re sweet-tooth and adventurous enough, go ahead and create savoury mini pizzas with fruits and chocolate chips☺️ On top of all these fun pick-and-bake perks, the buffet comes with free flow drinks to complete your meal!
Price: Adult – $15, Child – $12
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11am – 10pm (Closed on Mondays)
Address: 116 Changi Road, #01-02 WIS@Changi 419718 Singapore
Reservation: Call 98440210
Now that you know that affordable halal buffets do exist, what are you waiting for? Start planning for your visit to these halal buffet restaurants with your loved ones❤️ Don’t forget to check out the websites first for any festive promotions, you can actually save a few dollars!