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These Are 5 Halal Eateries That Serve Delicious Food That Were Not Affected By The Covid-19 Closures For You To Fill Up On

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Siti Ayeeshah Zaki  •  Sep 14, 2021

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Singapore's Chinatown Complex has unfortunately been closed due to a Covid-19 cluster on 12 September, leading to Chinatown Complex being closed for disinfection and cleaning for every one's safety till 15th of September. And unfortunately, this means that a lot of Chinatown's food businesses have been put on hold. Hawkers said they saw much of business falling once the news broke out - so while those affected rest and recuperate, many who work within the area or just enjoy the food there cannot get access to their favourite meals. But worry not, there are plenty of other halal Chinatown food options that were not affected by the Covid-19 clusters and closure. So if you're in the area and in need of something filling, this is your guide to getting access to meals away from the complex's hawker centre.

Halal Food In Chinatown Not Affected By The Covid-19 Clusters

1. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles

With over 300 outlets across China and numerous food awards, this halal eatery is not to be messed with. Its savoury and delicious noodles give you a taste of authentic Chinese hand-pulled noodles, without having to go to China!
Credit: Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles on Facebook  First created by Hui Chinese Muslim, this stall uses recipes dating all the way back to the Tang Dynasty. Tuck into this historic feast at Chinatown's outlet during your lunch for a filling and hearty meal. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles Halal status: Halal-certified Opening Hours: Open daily; 11AM-10PM Address: 133, #01-43 New Bridge Rd, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413 Contact: +65 9118 3282 FacebookInstagram

2. Segar Restaurant

Affordable and halal zi char dishes? Check. Large portions? Check! Chinatown is home to one of Segar Restaurant's zi char style cuisine outlets and the food is absolutely amazing.
Credit: leothu on Instagram Savour their fish head curry and sambal kangkong, and compliment it with some salted egg prawn or various seafood options to have a full meal! From Chinese zi char to Thai-infused dishes, Segar has everything that you need to satisfy your local cravings. Segar Restaurant
Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 11.30AM-9.30PM Address: 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, #B2-39/40/41, Singapore 059413 Contact no.: +65 6444 1778 Website | Facebook

3. Subway Chinatown Point

Everyone's favourite sandwich shop is available at Chinatown! Needing no introduction to the seasoned Singaporean foodie, Subway's every Singaporean's fast and reliable submarine sandwich fix stop. Drop by Chinatown Point for your very own customised sandwich. Pick your choice of bread, flavour, cheese and vegetables.
Credit: Subway on Facebook Oh, and don't forget Subway's cookies! If you have your sub as a meal, you can pair it with either two cookies or chips, together with a soft drink. Subway Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10PM Address: 133 New Bridge Rd, Chinatown Point #B1-37, Singapore 059413 Contact no.: +65 6636 2833 Website | Facebook | Instagram

4. Aspirasi Chicken Rice

Maxwell Food Centre is home to some of the best hawker gems in the country - from timeless Singaporean delights to new-generation stalls,  it is so unique such that it welcomes tourists as well as the workers around the area.
Credit: Aspirasi Food Galore & Catering on Facebook And if you're a fan of Chicken Rice , you're going to love Aspirasi. They're known for some of the best Chicken Rice in Singapore! Aspirasi’s Chicken Rice (#01-63) can be found here serves more than just the typical roasted or steamed chicken. Head over to try their twist: chicken rice with crunchy fried chicken! Spice lovers can also look out for their Sambal Nasi Ayam, with the fried chicken being drenched in red-hot sambal that will set your mouth on fire. #HHWT Tip: Keep an eye out for other Muslim-owned stalls in Maxwell Food Centre! There's more to Maxwell Food Centre than Aspirasi Chicken Rice 😍 Aspirasi Chicken Rice Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: 10am - 7pm (Mon - Sat), closed on Sundays Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street, Maxwell Food Centre #01-63, Singapore 069184 Website | Facebook

5. Royz Et Vous

If you’re in the area and looking for a cosy halal café to end your day with, this is probably the cafe that you should head to! Royz Et Vous serves up some of the most tantalizing dishes. From their wagyu beef burger, herb-crusted salmon to their beef short ribs, this is one cafe you won't get enough of. If you’re here with a group of friends or family, be sure to order their chilli beef fries too!
Credit: Royz Et Vous on Facebook Complete your meal with their Tropical Summer – a mix of mango reduction and orange juice with some strawberry extract. And if you are craving for something sweet, they have a variety of cakes as well, but the one you shouldn't miss is their Gula Melaka cake. Royz Et Vous Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 11AM-10PM (closed 4PM-5PM), Sat-Sun; 12PM-10PM (closed 4PM-5PM). Last order 45 minutes before closing. Address: 137 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, 068602 Contact no.: +65 6293 0270 Website | Facebook | Instagram There are plenty of halal food options for you to refuel despite the covid-19 cluster, so you need not worry if you frequent the area! Be rest assured that your tummy will be kept satisfied.