Although Singapore  may be the smallest Southeast Asian country, this bustling metropolis is home to a myriad of cuisines – from local to foreign!

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One of the many delicious (and sometimes exotic) cuisines you can find in Singapore, is that of Thai cuisine 😋 And you’d be surprised to see just how many there are here, island-wide! Ready your taste buds for mouth-watering Thai dishes as we bring you some of the best Halal Thai places in Singapore.

1. Time For Thai

Here’s something for the West-siders! We kick off this list with a restaurant serving Halal-certified, delicious authentic Thai cuisine. Located conveniently next to Beauty World MRT station (along the Downtown Line), Time For Thai is a great place to satisfy your cravings for spicy Thai food.

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Their Tom Yum soup (from SGD9.90) is a must-try especially if you love spicy food! You may also wish to try out their signature crispy egg noodles served with meat drenched with curry-like gravy, also known as Khao Soi (SGD7.90). Khao Soi is indeed a rare find in Singapore!

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Do save some space for their delicious Thai desserts! Three words, Mango Sticky Rice (SGD 5.90)! But the real steal is Pumpkin with Sangkaya. It’s difficult to find this in Singapore (and a halal one, at that!). The smooth and creamy texture of this dessert is bound to satisfy your palate 😋

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 11am to 3am Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599739

2. GREAThai

East-siders, don’t worry! We didn’t forget about you. This one’s located along Upper Changi Road at East Village – a place known for their late-night supper spots. You can be assured of how authentic the food here is as everything is cooked by chefs reigning from Thailand 🤗

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We recommend trying their signature Green Curry with Chicken (SGD9.90) or clear Tom Yum Soup (from SGD9.90) along with your plate of rice. Wash down your hearty meal with their signature Thai beverages!

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As a side, try their homemade Thai Prawn Otah. It’s a dish that’s unique to the restaurant and is bound to satisfy your palate 😋

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10.30pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 430 Upper Changi Road, #01-06, East Village, Singapore 487048

3. MBK Thai Food

Here’s another one for the east-siders! Named after a famous megamall in Bangkok, Mah Boon Khrong (or MBK), this small, laid-back café is located in Singapore’s eastern heartlands. The place might look unassuming from the outside but the food served is enough to garner many more return visits!

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The key to their success is the simplicity of their cooking. Their Thai fried rice (From SGD 6.00) is flavourful and their signature steamed seabass (SGD 24.00) hits you in the right spot! Do dig in when it’s still hot to fully enjoy the dish!

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If you’re craving for something sweet? Their Mango Sticky Rice (SGD 5.00) is perfect for those with a sweet tooth 😍

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 11am – 2.30pm & 5pm – 10pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 824 Tampines Street 81, #01-22, Singapore 520824

4. Koh Nangkam

Hidden amidst rows of cafes, restaurants and bistros lies a small restaurant serving Southern Thai cuisine. Koh Nangkam is located along Jalan Kledek, one of the many side roads in the Kampong Glam district. Its location might be pretty hidden but the food here definitely is not! It’s so popular that the place is filled even on weeknights ☺️

Our top picks have to be their pandan chicken, green curry and tom yum soup!

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If you’re looking for some ala carte dishes, the stewed beef noodles will do the trick as it’s not just yummy but also filled with huge chunks of beef – making for a truly filling meal.

#HHWT Tip: The food here takes pretty long to be served as it’s only cooked once you’ve ordered. We recommend calling the restaurant in advance to place your orders if you can’t afford the time to wait!

You can’t leave this restaurant without trying out their Thai Iced Milk Tea and Green Thai Iced Milk Tea. The drink comes in a pretty big glass and is the perfect complement to your awesome meal!

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#HHWTTip: Looking for a place to perform your prayers? Then head on over to one of Singapore’s most iconic mosques, Sultan Mosque, located just a few blocks away!

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 4 & 6 Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199621

5. Nana Thai Restaurant

To some, finding a Halal, affordable meal in the Orchard vicinity may be like finding a needle in a haystack. Well the needles are all located in Far East Plaza, few blocks away from Orchard MRT station 😜

Nana Thai Restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine and its huge (and brightly lit) store front is one that is hard to miss as shop in Far East Plaza!

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Try their Thai Green Curry (From SGD12)! With the just the right amount of spice, this dish is to die for. Served boiling hot in a claypot bowl, Nana Thai’s Thai Green Curry goes well with a plate of white rice.

Not a fan of pineapples on pizza? How about pineapples in fried rice?😉 Nana Thai’s Pineapple Fried Rice (From SGD 7.50) is full of flavour and it is served in a pineapple “bowl” (for bigger serving sizes).

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When it comes to portions, this restaurant is pretty generous! Stretch your dollars at Nana Thai for a filling, hearty meal as the prices are reasonable. And be sure to end your meal with a signature Red Ruby dessert 😋

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 9.30pm (Sun – Thu), 11.30am – 10pm (Fri – Sat) (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 14 Scotts Rd, #04-22, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213

6. Thaksin Thai Beef Noodles

Craving for Thai food but you’re on a tight budget? Then head on to a Thaksin Thai Beef Noodle hawker stall for affordable, delicious Thai beef noodles and Phad Thai! The stall has 2 outlets which have been constantly raved about.

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Don’t miss their signature (and customisable) beef noodles (from SGD 5.00) served in a bowl of delicious broth. Not to mention, Thaksin Thai Beef Noodle stays away from using preservatives and MSG to flavour their dishes. All natural! Enjoy your beef noodles with tender, juicy beef chunks and if you have a more adventurous palate, you have the option of adding slices of cow tripe into your beef noodles.

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If you prefer your noodles dry, try their Phad Thai (from SGD3)! The chilli flakes are a must-add to your dish as it gives you the kick out of the noodles 😎

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 10am – 9.30pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: See Lam Hern Stalls, Block 449,Clementi Ave 3, Singapore 120449 (Clementi outlet)
4 Seah Im Rd Singapore 099115 Seah Im Rd, Singapore 099115 (Seah Im Outlet)

7. Saap Saap Thai

Located conveniently at both ends of Singapore, Saap Saap Thai serves authentic Thai cuisine and is famous for their Thai beef boat noodles (From SGD7.90).

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Chunks and slices of beef served with noodles served in a bowl of refreshing broth. Just one bowl of their signature Thai beef boat noodles is enough to fill your hungry tummy and get your taste buds tingling 😌

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The mango sticky rice here is a must-try! It’s said to be as good as the ones in Thailand, so those who are yearning to visit Thailand but cannot (yet), this is your best bet 😉

Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: Our Tampines Hub Singapore, 51 Tampines Ave 4, Singapore 529684 (Tampines Hub outlet) and 2 Jurong East Street 21, 01-48, Singapore 609601 (IMM Outlet)

8. Bali Thai

What do you get if you take two amazing cuisines and fuse them together? You get Bali Thai – a restaurant, which specialises in Indonesian-Thai fusion cuisine. Bali Thai has nine outlets island wide, located in shopping malls all over Singapore.

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You’d be surprised how well Indonesian and Thai dishes complement each other. Their Gai Phad Medmanuang (stir-fried chicken served with dried chill and cashew nuts) is a must try! At a price of SGD 12.80, this chicken dish goes well with a plate of white rice!

And of course, tom yum is a staple to a meal in any Thai restaurant but this one, particularly, is packed with flavour and spice 😍

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Ever wanted to create your own Thai noodles? Well, Bali Thai allows you to do just that! Match your favourite ingredients with your preferred noodles and sauce to make your very own Thai noodles.

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Halal Status: Halal-certified
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm Daily (except Resorts World Sentosa) (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Opening Hours for Bali Thai Resorts World Sentosa: 11.30am – 10pm (Sunday to Thurday), 11.30am – 11pm (Friday to Saturday) (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
– Causeway Point: 1 Woodlands Square, #05-05, Singapore 738099
– IMM Building: 2 Jurong East Street 21, #01-21, Singapore 609601
– NEX Shopping Mall: 23 Serangoon Central, #02-13, Singapore 556083
– Resorts World Sentosa: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #B1-221, Singapore 098138
– Seletar Mall: 33 Sengkang West Avenue, #02-01/02, Singapore 797653
– Suntec City Mall: No. 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-121, Singapore 038983
– Waterway Point: 83 Punggol Central, #B1-13, Singapore 828761
– Ngee Ann City: 391A Orchard Road, #05-29, Ngee Ann City Podium Block, Singapore 238873

9. Sedap Thai

Here’s something different, but still uniquely Thai! Berseh Food Centre, located in the heart of Jalan Besar, is where you can find one of the rare Halal-certified Thai Mookata spots in Singapore. The prices here differ according to your order type (à la carte/buffet/platter/bundle).

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For those who are unfamiliar with this term, Mookata is a form of Thai barbecue-steamboat. What makes Mookata any different from any other barbeque steamboats is the usage of pork lard instead of oil or butter on the grill. But Sedap Thai offers a Halal-certified (and affordable) alternative, foregoing the pork lard to offer Muslim (and non-Muslim) customers delicious Thai Mookata 😋

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 4.30pm to 9.30pm Daily (Opening hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 166 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208877

10. TheTalkingCow

If we’ve piqued your interest in Mookata, how about taking it a notch higher by adding cheese to your steamboat? Yes, we’re talking about cheese Mookata! This is the place to savour your Thai food with melted cheese – a combination that is simply heavenly 😌

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Check out more here!

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Address: 418 Bedok North Avenue 2, #01-55
Opening Hours: 5pm – 11pm (Weekdays, closed on Mondays)
12pm – 10pm (Weekends)

11. Blue Jasmine

For those who are willing to spend a little more to satisfy those cravings, head over to Blue Jasmine Al Fresco restaurant located on the 5th floor of Park Hotel Farrer Park. The hotel is located just a stone’s throw away from Farrer Park MRT station!

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You have the option to order off their all-day à la carte menu or join in the queue for their buffet lines at breakfast or dinner. Expect awesome, delicious Thai cuisine served in a rather modern, sleek setting. And the view from the restaurant is just…. SWEEEET 😍

Check out our full review on this restaurant here!

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast International Buffet), 11.30am – 10pm (All-day à la carte dining), 6.30pm – 10pm (Buffet dinner from Thursday to Saturday).
Address: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Singapore 217564

Bonus: Spize

Spize is a supper hotspot which specialises in fusion cuisine and the chain has 4 outlets across Singapore. Their menu is so extensive that it contains every type of cuisine there is. And of course, this includes Thai cuisine! Spize serves refreshing Tom Yum soup (red and clear) and they are reasonably priced, considering that the portion is fit for 2-3 pax. Do take note though, prices differ in all outlets!

For a twist of pattaya, try their Maggi goreng pattaya. We’re sure you’d be left craving for more 😉

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Halal Status: Halal-Certified
– Bedok Outlet: 
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2am (Sun – Thurs) & 12pm – 3am (Fri, Sat & Eve of PH)
Address: 336 Bedok Road, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469512
– Siglap Outlet:
Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Mon – Thurs/PH), 11am – 1am (Fri & Eve of PH), 9am – 1am (Sat) & 9am – 11pm (Sun)
Address: 723 East Coast Road, Singapore 459071
– Rifle Range Outlet:
Opening Hours: 8 am – 11pm (Mon – Sun & Eve of PH)
Address: 131 Rifle Range Road, #03-04, Singapore 588406
– River Valley Outlet:
Opening Hours: 12pm – 5am (Sun – Thurs) & 12pm – 6am (Fri, Sat & Eve of PH)
Address: 409 River Valley Road, Singapore 248307

Time to get your spice on! Whether it’s spicy, refreshing Tom Yum Soup, delicious Phad Thai or sweet, yummy Thai desserts, we hope we’ve left you craving for some Thai food now 😍


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