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7 Halal Cafes And Eateries In Singapore Perfect For Cyclists

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Syahirah •  Aug 05, 2022

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Nothing can stop park goers from taking a stroll, cycling and exercising in the park. Not even the uncertain weather sometimes! 😄If you find yourself cycling this weekend, keep your eye peeled for these halal cafes and eateries amongst the lush greenery and grab a refreshing drink to quench your thirst and perhaps even a meal to fill your belly!Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

1. Central Thai

Located at every cyclist’s favourite park - East Coast Park - Central Thai offers breathtaking sea views! 😍Whether you’re stopping by for a refreshing Thai Milk Tea, or getting ready to feast on Tom Yum Soup, handmade prawn cakes, and much more, you’ll be sitting here a while! Enjoy the cooling sea breeze and rest your feet for a bit before you continue on your cycling journey.Central ThaiHalal Status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 1300 East Coast Parkway, East Coast Park Area F, 468964Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM-10PMWebsite

2. The Halia 

Famous for its stunning, Insta-worthy backdrop of lush greenery, The Halia has clinched in popularity for its ambience and views. Located in Singapore Botanic Gardens, it's the perfect place to drop by after a cycling session to grab a bite. Also known for their steaks and well-plated mains, their all-day menu includes full-blood Australian Blackmore Wagyu, Icon F1 Wagyu, and more. 😍 The HaliaHalal Status: Halal-CertifiedAddress: 1 Cluny Rd, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 11AM-9PM | Sat-Sun; 10AM-9PMWebsite | Facebook

3. The Fabulous Baker Boy

A 4-minute walk from the Sultan Mosque, you won’t have to worry about it being hard to find when cycling here! 😄The glass-paned windows lets in plenty of natural light, allowing you to take the perfect Instagram shot.This halal-certified cafe sells everything from sweet to savoury! If you like sweet treats and baked goods try their Red Velvet and Coconut cakes. And if you’re a brunch person, you must try their TFBB Fried Chicken and Waffles for their delicious and fresh waffles and crispy chicken. Try their Duck Confit or Chilli Crab Mac and Cheese for something fancier. 😉The Fabulous Baker BoyHalal Status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 28 Aliwal St, #01-01, Singapore 199918Opening hours: Mon; Closed | Tue-Fri;11AM-9:30PM | Sat; 9:30AM-9:30PM | Sun; 9:60AM-6:30PMWebsite

4. Rasa Istimewa Woodlands Waterfront

Located at Woodlands Waterfront’s jetty, the restaurant offers panoramic views of the Straits of Johor. It’s the perfect place for cycling because of the broad boardwalks and the restaurant is a great pit stop for a cup of Kopi! 😎If you’re tired and hungry from cycling all the way over here, you can even reward yourself with fresh seafood and as you take in the gorgeous view. And if you can’t say no to seafood, enjoy dishes of crayfish, stingray, cuttlefish, and lala while you're here!Rasa Istimewa Woodlands WaterfrontHalal Status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 6A Admiralty Rd W, Singapore 757445Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM-11:30PMWebsite

5. The Malayan Council

The Malayan Council’s newest location is at the Esplanade and nearby areas where many cyclists often cycle by. If you happen to be nearby, why not stop by for a drink or even some desserts and light bites? Their delicious and chunky cakes may seem daunting at first glance, but we promise they’re worth every single bite! 😉The local twist on their desserts will make you salivate, like their iconic and all-time favourite Ondeh-Ondeh Cake! The Malayan CouncilHalal Status: Muslim-ownedAddress: 8 Raffles Ave #02-14 Esplanade Mall Singapore (039802)Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-11PMWebsite

6. Tang Tea House

Tang Tea House is just a stone's throw away from Changi Beach! While you might not be as up close and personal as we'd like to be to the sea, its proximity means you can head over for a stroll along the shore after your meal. 😋 Have a taste of their fried bihun, hor fun and chicken rice! You might also want to try the Pan Fried Crispy Bee Hoon for an interesting twist on the classic fried bihun. If you’re ever in doubt, look out for the chef’s recommendations on the menu!Tang Tea HouseHalal Status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 57 Lor Bekukong, Singapore 499173Opening hours: Sun-Thu; 11AM-11PM | Fri-Sat; 11AM-12AMWebsite

7. Rasa Istemewa Pasir Ris Park

Nearby the beach, this restaurant is a hotspot amongst cyclists and park go-ers for its variety and shelter from the sweltering heat! 😆Whether you're craving sambal stingray, fried fish or chilli crab to share with your loved ones, they've got you covered! Some of their best-sellers include satay, mee goreng sambal, tom yum with coconut milk, and a whole variety of fried rice dishes. If you pick an alfresco seat, you'll be able to watch the trees sway on a background of blue skies and even bluer waters! Rasa Istemewa Pasir Ris ParkHalal Status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 201 Pasir Ris Rd, Singapore 519147Opening hours: Sun, Mon-Fri; 12PM-11PM | Sat; 12PM-12AMWebsiteSo, if you’re cycling with your friends and family this weekend, make sure you visit these eateries and cafes to help give you an extra boost of energy. 😋SHARE this with someone who enjoys cycling to let them know where they can recharge between their cycling routes!