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8 Must-Try Halal Hawker Stalls At East Coast Lagoon Food Village

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Faruq Senin  •  Aug 10, 2021

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Now that Singapore has allowed dine-ins for 5 people who are fully vaccinated, it's definitely good news for those who have gotten their jab. But for those of you who are unable to get vaccinated or still waiting to hit the 2-week mark, luckily you can still dine-in at hawker centres and coffee shops. One must-visit spot for hawker food in Singapore is none other than East Coast Lagoon Food Village. Always wondering what to eat at East Coast Lagoon Food Village? We've got you covered with these 8 must-try halal hawker stalls! Note: Some of these eateries might still be adjusting their opening hours. Please check their social media platforms for more info. 

Halal food at East Coast Lagoon Food Village

1. Haron Satay 55

What's the best thing to eat after a long day out by the beach? Satay! 🤩 Haron Satay 55 is a popular stall at East Coast Lagoon known for their flame-grilled satay skewers. Feast on chicken, mutton, and beef all marinated to a juicy perfection before being grilled and served to you fresh off the fire. They have local dishes such as Mee Siam, Tahu Goreng, and Nasi Lemak too. P.S. They do satay delivery too so you can order them for small gatherings or special events! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 55 Facebook P.S. Cycling at ECP? Check out these bicycle rental shops!

2. Adimann Seafood & Satay Specialist

Craving for a seafood spread other than satay? Then, head over to Adimann Seafood & Satay Specialist! Besides chicken, beef, mutton and tripe satay, they also serve other yummy delights like BBQ stingray, oyster kailan, cockles, sambal sotong and more. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 56 Facebook

3. Huat Huat Barbeque Seafood

Credit: Yar Yar on Facebook East Coast Lagoon Food Village is a hawker centre in ECP that's famous for its stalls selling seafood and local dishes! One halal stall you can find is Huat Huat Barbeque Seafoodwhich (as its name suggests) is the spot to get delicious fresh seafood, from squid to crabs to stingray. You can get your seafood grilled, barbequed, covered in Singapore-style chilli sauce and so much more. 🤤 Halal status: Halal-certified Address: Stall 8

4. High Kee BBQ Seafood

Credit: High Kee BBQ Seafood on Facebook One of the most popular halal stalls in the Food Village is High Kee BBQ Seafood . Their fresh seafood and generous portions are what sets them apart! Make sure to order classics like Singapore-style Chilli Crab, Salted Egg Crab, and Sambal Sotong. Your seafood feast awaits! 😆 Halal status: Halal-certified Address: Stall 11 Facebook

5. Sixty BBQ Seafood

Credit: Hady Jay on Facebook Another halal stall is Sixty BBQ Seafood located at (as the name suggests) Stall 60 in the Food Village. Apart from the typical seafood dishes they even have Salted Egg Chicken, Ginger & Spring Onion Beef, Oyster Omelette, and even stir-fried noodles like Hokkien Mee and Mee Goreng! 😆 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 60 Instagram

6. Ahmad Spring Satay & BBQ Wings

Another place to get your grill on is at Ahmad Spring Satay & BBQ Wings. Their menu is simple but delicious - satay, and grilled chicken wings. That's it! Choose from chicken, mutton, beef, or tripe satay and we guarantee you'll feel yourself begin to drool in anticipation as you watch your order be cooked right in front of you. 🤤 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 58 Facebook

7. Rahim Ayam Penyet Satay Istimewa

 If you love duck, you have to visit Rahim Ayam Penyet Satay Istimewa for their specialty satay bebek! The stall also serves one of the best honey BBQ chicken wings at East Coast Lagoon as well as other specialties like nasi ayam penyet, nasi bawal penyet and oxtail soup. Don't miss out on its BBQ prawns too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 54

8. Musa Ikan Bakar

If you love a good meal of rice and dishes, be sure to head to Musa Ikan Bakar! As its name suggests, you have to try their pari bakar (grilled stingray), siakap bakar (grilled seabass) and sotong bakar (grilled squid). Complete your meal with some kai lan with oyster sauce, gong gong as well as satay and you'll have yourself a satisfying meal. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Stall 51 Facebook Finding more food nearby or at other hawker centres? Check these out: