Nothing beats a fancy date by ending the night with a scrumptious dinner for two. Or how about an all-girls night out reminiscing over golden days with delectable mains? Singapore may have its own fair share of excellent local cuisine but a good steak does not harm anyone.

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So while waiting for salt bae to marinate a lamb in sunny Singapore, we’ve got you covered on the best places to have halal steak right here! 😉

1. T Bob’s Corner

A little bird told me that even the west siders are flocking over to this cosy little restaurant in the east to get a taste of authentic, hearty steaks 😉  T Bob’s Corner is known for their sharing platters which serve up to 4 people. The biggest sharing platter is the Angus Tomahawk – a 1.4kg beef steak which is sure to leave you satisfied 😱

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Another popular dish is the Porterhouse, a 1.2kg beef steak that contains 2 of the most desired steak cut, the tenderloin and striploin. Their Porterhouse dish comes with an additional beef bone marrow.

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The eatery has recently just expanded their menu to include BBQ meat items too. Say hello to their Smoked Brisket ($36.90) – this 230 grams of beef brisket is cooked low and slow from 12 to 16 hours to get that perfect pinkness. Biting into this would definitely be a juicy treat to your taste buds 🤤 If you want to share this BBQ goodness with your makan buddies, then get their Ribs Platter ($55.90) – a mix of beef and lamb ribs caramelised in their house BBQ sauce. We’re pretty sure it’ll be hard to say no to this!

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Other than their mouthwatering steak and meat items, T Bob’s Corner also serves up other dishes such as pastas, burgers and desserts! Not to mention that the ambience is also great for events and celebrations with your loved ones 😉

#HHWT Tips: You are also able to carry out prayers here as a prayer room is ready, complete with ablution facilities!

Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 527 Bedok North St 3 #01-514
Opening hours: Sun to Thurs: 12-10pm | Fri: 3-11pm | Sat: 12-11pm
Price range:  $9.90 to $128
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2. Andes by Astons

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When Astons announced its halal counterpart, Muslims in Singapore were brimming with joy. With 5 outlets in Singapore, Andes by Astons offers you the convenience of having a halal steak even when you’ve just touched down from a long flight in the airport.

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The menu in Andes is quite extensive too, from a rib eye to grilled salmon. So while you are enjoying your black pepper steak, your partner who is not a red meat lover can enjoy grilled salmon. An Andes main also comes with 2 side dishes. Talk about a great deal! 😍


  • 328 Joo Chiat Road, #01-01, Singapore 427585
  • 5 Changi Village Road, #01-2001, Singapore 500005
  • Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, #02-325, 519599
  • Viva Business Park, 750 Chai Chee Road, #01-30, Singapore 469000
  • Changi Airport Terminal 4, #02-202, Mezzanine, 10 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819665

Status: Halal-certified

Opening hours:  11:30AM – 10PM daily
Price range:  $5.90 – $42.90 (mains)
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3. Badoque Café

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Notorious for its huge portions, you will definitely leave Badoque feeling satisfied. Their old-school contemporary themed cafe strives to serve diners with a myriad of delicious meals with hearty portions.

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This relaxed hangout is perfect for any gathering. While you’re there, don’t forget to try out their kambing bakar kicap or iga bakar, Javanese beef ribs served with rice and kredok.

Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 298 Bedok Road, Singapore 469454
Opening hours: 12PM to 11PM daily
Price range:  $12.50 to $36 (mains)
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4. Royz Et Vous

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Located in the CBD area as well as the heartlands, Royz Et Vous is known in the Muslim community as one of the few halal eateries that offers non-alcoholic wine and champagne. Royz Et Vous diners are treated to unique dining experiences with a menu that was created by their team of chefs and baristas. One of their popular red meat mains is the beef short ribs.

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In Royz Et Vous, they serve beef ribs from New Zealand that’s marinated with smoked paprika, among a variety of spices. Seared and then slow braised for up to 9 hours afterwards, this mouthwatering dish with sides of honey roasted potatoes and salad is sure to delight your tastebuds!

#HHWT Tip: Don’t forget to ask the friendly staff over at Royz Et Vous for the best non-alcoholic wine pairing for your steak!


  • 137 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 068602
  • 750 Chai Chee Road #01-16, Viva Business Park

Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours:  Weekdays: 11am to 10pm (Closes at 11pm on Friday), Sat: 12pm to 11pm, Sun: 12pm to 10pm
(Closed between 4pm – 5pm daily)
Price range: from $16.90 to $42.90 (mains)
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5. The Royals Steakhouse

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Established in 2015, a little shop house unit along Jalan Pisang has drawn halal meat lovers all over Singapore to devour their premium steaks made exclusively of fresh prime cuts from Australia and New Zealand.

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Their steaks are served without sauces so that you can also savour the steaks at their simplest – with salt and pepper only! The prime new Zealand tenderloins and lamb chops seem to be a popular option in this well-known steakhouse.

Status: Halal-certified

Address: 10 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199077
Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sun: 1pm-10.30pm | Fri & Sat: 1pm-11.30pm
Closed on Tuesdays.
Price range: $20 to $80 (mains)

6. The Halia

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Nestled in Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Halia has hosted numerous weddings and private events. Known for its dim and cosy ambience, the Halia is also known to be the perfect restaurant for a first date 😏 After all, what’s a first date without a good steak?

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The Halia offers ranger’s valley wagyu striploin and full blood Blackmore wagyu (which is offered in different grams), among many other options. All steaks are also served with celeriac remoulade, grilled roma tomato and truffle jus.

If you’re coming in a group, do opt for the communal menu instead! It gives you a wide variety of appetizers, mains and desserts without having to break the bank.

Status: Halal-certified

Address:  Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden, Singapore Botanic Garden, 259569
Opening hours: Weekday: 9am to 9.30pm (Closes at 10pm on Friday) | Sat: 10am to 10pm| Sun: 10am to 9.30pm
Price range: $12-$130 (mains)
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7. Commons

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Located in the hip Tampines Hub, Commons was formerly known as Commonground. The Commons team has branded themselves as a perfect gathering joint in the heart of the east. In addition to its perfectly designed spatial layout, Commons is in the list too due to its premium grilled meats. A popular main not to be missed is the black pepper beef tenderloin served with soft baby potatoes.

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What’s good about having an eatery at Tampines Hub? The variety of activities that you and your family can do after having a fulfilling meal, of course! 😊

Status: Halal-certified

Address:  #01-103, Our Tampines Hub, 51 Tampines Ave 4, Singapore 529684
Opening hours: Mon – Thurs: 10AM – 10PM | Fri: 10AM – 11PM | Sat: 8AM – 11PM | Sun: 8AM – 10PM
Price range: $12 to $62
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8. Brothers In Fine Food

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Nestled in a hideout located in Tampines, Brothers in Fine Food is a counterpart of Penny University. With a diverse menu, Brothers in Fine Food really does serve fine, exotic food.

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Another heartening note about BFF is how they have paid homage to our traditional cuisines by creating fusion flavours. One of their best-sellers is the beef served with beetroot thyme puree and the Butcher’s Daughter – seared beef steak with sous vide egg and fries. The exotic combination of flavours at BFF will definitely be your bff in a matter of time 😊

Status: Muslim-owned

Address: Tampines West Community Club, 5 Tampines Ave 3, #02-07, Singapore 529705
Opening hours: Tue – Fri: 12 pm – 10.30 pm | Sat – Sun: 9 am – 10.30 pm (Mon: Closed)
Price range: $15 to $18 (mains)
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9. The MeatHouse

From the same team that brought you 18 Chefs, this new kid on the block serves up some premium meats inspired by cuisine from all over the world. One of their must-try dishes is the 1kg Tomahawk Steak ($12/100 grams) which is perfect for you and your makan buddies!

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But if you’re looking to treat yourself, then have a go at their Wagyu Striploin Steak ($45) – this 200 grams of premium Australian Tajima wagyu goodness is the most famous of all wagyu bloodlines! Alternatively, you could also get their Premium Ribeye Steak ($42) or Filet Mignon ($42) which is cooked with USA certified Angus beef instead. This is definitely a treat that’ll leave you wanting more 😋

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Status: Halal-certified

Address: 2 Tampines Central 5 #05-04 Century Square
Opening hours: 11am – 10.30pm
Contact No: 6260 1752
Price range: $12-$60
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10. Eatzi Gourmet

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Eatzi Gourmet Bistro serves a variety of savoury pastas, sizzling beef steaks, Asian fusion dishes, ice cream and waffles where Singaporeans. In addition to good food, Eatzi also has a catering group and yes, you can even hold your private events at the bistro! 😊

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Prices start from as low as $14 and it is one of the few eateries in the North side that offers sizzling good steaks too! Another unique selling point about Eatzi’s steaks is the hot sambal sauce offered – a plus point since other eateries only offers black pepper or mushroom sauce!

Status: Halal-certified

Address: #01-V2, SAFRA Yishun, 60 Yishun Ave 4, Singapore 769027
Opening hours:  Mon to Sun: 11am to 10pm
Price range: $12 to $20.50 (mains)
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11. Eighteen Chefs

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With over 13 outlets in Singapore, Eighteen chefs is another convenient alternative for those who want to fulfill their steak desires in the heartlands, and without burning a whole in your pocket! The Heart Attack Fried Rice for one is served with 200 grams of New York strips. But fret not, you won’t be getting a heart attack from eating it.

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Other notable red meat dishes are the striploin steak and “beef & beef” – an NZ chilled cut served with grilled peri peri prawns and mixed salad.

Status: Halal-certified

Address: Refer to this link for a full detailed list of all outlets!
Opening hours: Mon to Sun – 11am to 10.30pm
Price range: $9.90 to $46 (mains)
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12. Mr Lava Lava

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Within walking distance to the nearest mosque and Kembangan MRT, Mr Lava Lava has won the hearts of many with its location factor. In addition to that, it has also won hearts because of its diverse menu and its ambience to host a family or office gatherings.

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Mr Lava Lava offers 12 types of premium steaks served on Lavastone. Some of the popular choices in the menu include the striploin, ribeye and the Black Angus. With a variety of steaks offered and a cosy setting for families, Mr Lava Lava will definitely leave you feeling lav-ed. 😊

Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 10 Jalan Masjid, Singapore 418930
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4.00PM to 11:00PM | Sat, Sun & PH: 1.30PM to 11:00PM
Price range: $16.90 to $45.90 (mains)

13. Spize

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Dubbed as one of Singapore’s popular late night hangouts, Spize is known for their extensive menu selection which caters to both Mediterranean and Asian taste buds. Who would have thought that Spize offers really good steak too?! 🤤

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The two steaks offered on their menus are the New Zealand Ribeye and AA3 Australian Wagyu. The New Zealand Ribeye is 200 grams of aged ribeye from SilverFern Farms served with rosemary juice & buttery mash with chives. Their newest outlet in Rifle Range road also offers panoramic views of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Indulging a good steak with a good view? Count me in!

Status: Halal-certified

Address:  Temasek Club, 131 Rifle Range Road #03-04 Singapore 588406
Check out their list of other outlets here!
Opening hours: 8am – 11pm (Mon – Sun & Eve of PH)
Price range: $9.50 to $39.90 (mains)
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14. Tash Tish Tosh

Known for their “tulang” beef ribs and buffalo wings, did you know that Tash Tish Tosh serves palatable steaks too? Their Angus Ribeye is a crowd favourite – it’s juicy, tender and pairs really well with the herb sauce.

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If you’re one of those who absolutely love having premium meat, their Wagyu Ribeye will be perfect for you. With a marbling score of 8, this one is incredibly tender and flavourful. One bite into it and it’ll definitely melt in your mouth 🤤

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Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 50 Kandahar St, Singapore 198900
Opening hours: 3pm – 2am daily
Price range: $26.50 to $62.90 (steaks)
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With the rise in the number of halal restaurants offering premium steaks in Singapore, Muslim foodies now have a wider variety to choose from! So, if you’re looking for some good steak to enjoy with your loved ones, show them this list and you’re all settled! 😎


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