Singapore’s halal food scene is always growing and we’re constantly blessed with so many varieties of food from local hawker fare to Korean, Japanese and of course, halal cafes!


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If you’re like us and are always looking for a cosy hangout spot with great food and awesome coffee, here’s the ultimate list of halal cafes in Singapore. From Bugis to Singapore’s Central area and even in the heartlands, we’ve got you covered!

Bugis:
1. All Things Delicious

Located in a conservation shophouse in the historic Arab Street, All Things Delicious is a bustling bakery cafe serving freshly-baked goods, hearty breakfast sets and the most delicious rice bowls!


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They serve up an all-day breakfast (until 5.30pm) that includes the unique Shashouka (a North African stew), and of course lunch courses such as an amazing Soy-Glazed Salmon. Make sure to try their pastries and cakes too, especially the Bread and Butter Pudding that’s creamy yet light on your tongue.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Opening Hours: 8am – 7pm (Tues-Fri), 9am – 7pm (Sat-Sun), closed on Mondays
Address: 34 Arab St, Singapore 199733
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P.S. If you’re around the Bugis area and looking for good halal food, we’ve got this ultimate guide of over 50 eateries you can find!

2. & why…


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This cafe is inspired by the classic New York delis of the 1920s, serving up hearty dishes such as The Cast Iron, a cast-iron pot loaded with baked beans, sausages, beef bacon, sautéed mushrooms and more for a breathtaking brunch. A recent addition to the menu is also the Carbonara De Pollo (chicken cream linguine topped with egg yolk and cheese), which is a treat for sure!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri), 10am – 10pm (Sat – Sun), closed on Wednesdays
Address
: 31 Bali Lane #01-01, Singapore 189867
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3. I am…

If you’re looking for a halal cafe along Haji Lane, this is probably one of the first cafes to have popped up a few years ago and really kickstarted the trend.


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Its location right at the start of Haji Lane means it’s always a vibrant and energetic space – even before you bite into a slice of their signature 7 Layers Rainbow Cake! As this is the sister cafe of & why… mentioned above, some of the dishes overlap across these 2 outlets. However the alfresco-style seating of I am… is what sets it apart – perfect for people-watching!

#HHWT Tip: While the outlet at Haji Lane is the original one, they have since opened outlets in Tampines and Bukit Batok too. Check them out here!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 9am – 11pm (Mon – Thur), 9am – 1am (Fri-Sat), 9am – 10pm (Sun)
Address: 
674 North Bridge Road (junction of Haji Lane)
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4. Krave


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Nestled in the line of shops along Bali Lane, Krave is a famous café offering a menu of Western fusion pasta, mains and desserts. This ambient café has both alfresco and indoor dining for a scrumptious meal.


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The cafe is also known for their Steak ‘n’ Chips. To try something more unique, opt for their Kraving Ayam Bakar which puts a twist on the traditional grilled chicken by topping it with their signature sauce, rice cake, and peanut sauce.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 11.30am – 10pm (Tue – Thur, Sun), 11.30am – 11pm (Fri – Sat), closed on Mondays
*Do note that their kitchen is closed from 4.30pm – 6pm (last order is 30min before closing)
Address: 28 Bali LaneSingapore 189864
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5. Limaa Cafe

Limaa Cafe serves hearty AND healthy meals which are guaranteed to satisfy your tummy without all the guilt 😅 Choose from their wide range of breakfast sets, sandwiches, pastas and yummy sides!


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Their Open-faced Avocado Toast is a light and great way to start your day, but if you’re feeling more indulgent there’s always a heavier selection including Mussels In Tomato Sauce and Lamb Racks to choose from. Make sure you pair this with their yummy sides like Tender Beef Nachos ($12.90) or Honey Buffalo Wings ($13.90) 🤤

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 9.30am – 8pm (Mon – Thur), 9.30am – 9pm (Fri – Sun)
Address: 51 Haji Lane, Singapore 189244
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6. Safari Cafe


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Craving for steaks? We’ve got you covered! Make your way to Ramli Sarip’s very own Safari Cafe! From lambs to beef and even chicken – you know you’re in good hands for a great dinner!


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That’s not enough though. You can also enjoy some sliders – perfect if you come in a group. Sharing is caring 😉

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm daily
Address: 57 Haji Lane, Singapore 189250
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7. The Mad Sailors

The Mad Sailors is the place to be if you’re craving for authentic British grub!


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With a pretty extensive menu including classic British food such as Fish & Chips (served with fresh slaw and housemade tartar sauce), Bangers & Mash (with halal sausages of course!) and even Fried Mars Bars, you’ll be spoilt for choice!


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Craving for something different instead? Then try their all-new Tikka Masala Fish and Chips which has been a hot favourite since they started offering it in their menu!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 12pm to 10pm (Mon – Thurs), 12pm – 11pm (Fri), 10am – 11pm (Sat), 10am-10pm (Sun)
Address: 24 Haji Lane, Singapore 189217
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8. Positano Risto

When it comes to finding the best Italian food in town, it’s pretty hard to find an authentic one, what more a halal one. And then came Positano Risto, a quaint restaurant along the busy streets of Bussorah that serves 100% halal Italian cuisine and became a sensation overnight! 😍


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Try out their Chili Crab Pasta for that perfect fusion twist packed full of juicy crab meat, spicy chili-infused sauce, and fresh tomatoes for an added kick.


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Their pizzas are known to be really yummy too with the Signature Calzone being one of the favourite. Or if you prefer to have it traditional, you can split the classic Margherita pizza with your friends to really kick-start your journey into Italy. The roma-style thin crust pizza is nicely-browned and topped with slices of fresh tomato, melted mozzarella, fresh basil and Italy’s most-loved grana padano cheese.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10pm (Sun-Thurs), 11:30am – 11pm (Fri-Sat)
Address: 66 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199479
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9. The Malayan Council

The Malayan Council is a cosy café to chill out with your friends, especially during a long weekend holiday.


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Known best for their Ondeh-Ondeh Cake (served alongside a scoop of vanilla ice cream!), this is the ideal hangout for delectable eats while catching up with a loved one.


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The Malayan Council mainly serves Malay-Western fusion food, and in generous portions at that! You can easily save costs by sharing a meal with someone, so be sure to try their astounding Roti Kirai Beef Ribs. The juicy, tender ribs drizzled with savoury sauce are served alongside Malay net pancakes and salad – a feast fit for a king!

#HHWT Tip: Not in the Kg Glam area? Don’t worry! You can still get a taste of The Malayan Council’s scrumptious offerings at 22 Dunlop Street!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 11pm daily
Address: 71 Bussorah St, Singapore 199484
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10. Tash Tish Tosh


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Nestled in a line of shophouses along Kandahar Street is the ambient Tash Tish Tosh! Known best for their Buffalo Wings, this cozy cafe serves American food with a Malay twist.


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If you’re a meat-lover, you’re definitely going to enjoy their Tash Toolang Stew, a mutton bone marrow stew rich with local herbs and spices. And if you can’t miss out having eggs in your meal? Order the Tashookah to have a runny egg crown atop your stew. They also have a couple of ribeye steaks you can dig into 😋

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 11pm (Tues – Sun), closed on Mondays
Address: 50 Kandahar St, Singapore 198900
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11. The Hashtag Cafe

This cafe along North Bridge Rd serves up the perfect mix of quick bites and savoury entrees that will have you wanting more.


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Need a pick-me-up real quick to fuel you for the rest of your day? Indulge in their very own Egg Royale, their very own version of Eggs Benedict that’s packed with proteins, nutrients and everything you need for an energy boost.


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If you’re not in the mood for a large meal and just want some smaller snacks, tuck into their Homemade Chips that come with some awesome seasonings! What better way to start the weekend than with some really good food? 😉

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon – Thur, Sun), 3pm – 11pm (Fri), 11am – 11pm (Sat)
Address: 743 North Bridge Road, Singapore
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12. Afterwit

Halal Mexican cuisine is difficult to find in Singapore, meaning that this small cafe serving up a variety of unique tacos, cheesy quesadillas and ever so filling burritos is definitely a must-visit if you’re in the area! 👍


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What’s really interesting about Afterwit is that they infuse local flavours into classic Mexican cuisine. Some flavours include Nasi Lemak (chicken, coconut rice, sambal), Beef Briyani and even Dendeng tacos! Though a little on the pricey side, the rich and unique flavours totally make up for it 😍

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm (Sun – Thurs), 12pm – 11pm (Fri – Sat)
Address:
 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746
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13. (working title)

This cafe used to be located at Arab St, but moved to its current spot along North Bridge Rd in early 2019, with a revamped menu too! The small space is cosily decorated, making it a great space to just hang out with your friends and enjoy the ambience while you dig into your meal.


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One of the burgers that we really enjoyed was the Baaa-ger. The lamb patty is flame-grilled and topped with provolone cheese, garlic aioli sauce and more!


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On the lighter side, their Truffle Tater Tots, Bandung Latte and Ribena Wings are favourites from the old location that remain on the menu and will definitely pique your appetite for later. Plus, their new location comes with all-day brunch too (till 5pm) where you can savour some Chicken and Pancakes or Scrambled Eggs and Truffle Croissant 😋

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 12pm -10pm (Sun – Thur), 12pm – 11pm (Fri – Sat)
Address: 783 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198751
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14. Tipo


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Where else can you get halal, fresh handmade artisanal flavoured pasta? At Tipo of course! This eatery proves that Italian food doesn’t have to be pricey, and the interior’s modern look with pastel colours and black walls with wooden furnishings makes it a great and chic spot for a weekend meal out.


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The best part is that you get to customise your own pastas, from the type of pasta you prefer to what proteins and sauces you want! For a light option, you could pick Squid Ink Spaghetti or a different combination of Beetroot and Garlic Fusilli. There’s also coffee (roasted beans by Dutch Colony Coffee Co.!) and homemade iced teas to complete your Italian meal and satisfy your cravings!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm daily
Address: 785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753
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15. Stack

This sandwich parlour prides itself for creatively-named nourishing and IG-worthy sandwiches. After visiting Stack, you will never see sandwiches the same way again!


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With 5 different types of homemade bread, you have the option of choosing between savoury and sweet options. Try out their favourites The Blue Steel (shredded crockpot chicken) or The Makcik (beef rendang on rye bread) while you’re there! If you don’t fancy sandwiches, you can try their handmade 12 inches sourdough pizzas instead, with toppings such as slow-cooked duck and hickory turkey ham!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 11am-6pm (Sun-Thur), 11am-10pm (Fri-Sat)
Address: 4 Jln Klapa, Singapore 199316
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16. Kaw Kaw

Located next to the Aliwal Arts Centre, this cafe’s artistic philosophy is brilliantly displayed through the ornaments that decorate the interior. Their desire to bring people together through food and art has played a big part in shaping the restaurant which is why unlike most other cafés, it’s spacious and friendly to large groups!


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It’s definitely a perfect spot to grab a bite before heading over next-door to catch a show or performance. They’re famous for their burgers such as their Smokey Beef Bacon Burger and their Lamb Baconizer but they also serve up pasta and a range of tantalizing starters. End your meal with a waffle topped with an ice cream flavour of your choice!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 12pm – 9pm (Sun – Thur), 3pm – 10pm (Fri), 12pm – 10pm (Sat)
Address: 28 Aliwal St, 199918
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17. Fika Swedish Café and Bistro


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It may be rare to get a taste of authentic and halal Swedish cuisine in Singapore other than at the well-known Fika. Beyond getting your meatballs fix, head down to try out fascinating Swedish dishes with intricate names (don’t worry, the menu states what to expect).


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Fika has a static menu, and one that rotates with the seasons – ensuring you’ll be spoiled for choice year-round! Make sure to try some Räksmörgås (shrimp and egg sandwich) or Swedish Lamb Stew while you’re there, as well as their cakes and pies!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm with last order 9.15pm (Sun-Thurs, PH), 11am – 11pm with last order 10.15pm (Fri – Sat, Eve of PH)
Address: 257 Beach Road, Singapore 199539
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Lavender:
18. The Bravery Cafe

Located just a short walk away from Lavender MRT station, The Bravery is an unassuming hipster cafe but with some really scrumptious mains!


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Tuck into their delicious mains like Bullseye Steak and Lamb Ribs Pasta or savour appetising seafood like their grilled Boston lobsters and rice bowls. They are also known for their creative coffee and cold brews which include Thai Milk Tea and Lavender Cold Brew packaged in medicine bottles!


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If you love all-day breakfast then you’re in for a treat with their Eggs on Toast or The Pancake Stack. Not to mention that the interior of The Bravery makes a great backdrop for your Instagram photos too.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 9am-6pm (Mon, Wed-Thur, Sun), 9am-9.30pm (Fri-Sat), closed on Tuesdays
Address: 66 Horne Rd, Singapore 209073
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Telok Ayer:
19. Royz Et Vous

Known for their fine dining, Royz Et Vous never fails to impress us with their delicious food 😋 Not to mention that the restaurant’s cosy and dim interior also makes it a suitable place for you and a significant other to share a moment or a cool place to hang out with friends!


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If there are 2 dishes you have to try here, it has to be their Beef Short Ribs and Smoked Duck. Did you know that their ribs are braised for 9 hours before they’re marinated and rubbed with a secret in-house recipe? This is one dish that’ll definitely melt in your mouth.


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Besides those, Royz Et Vous also serves a wide range of pasta from Prawn and Crayfish to Soft Shell Crab. Plus, they have all-day brunch too! So you can definitely get your fill of Eggs Benedict 😍 Don’t forget to complete your meal with their decadent desserts!

#HHWT Tip: Besides their cafe in Telok Ayer, Royz Et Vous also has another outlet at Viva Business Park in Chai Chee.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address:
137 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 068602
750 Chai Chee Road #01-16, Viva Business Park, Singapore 469000

Opening hours:
Telok Ayer: Mon to Thurs 11-10pm, Fri 11am-11pm, Sat 12pm-11pm, Sun 12pm-10pm, cafe closed 4pm-5pm daily
Chai Chee: Sun to Thurs 10am-10pm, Fri to Sat 10am-11pm, cafe closed 4pm-5pm daily
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East:
20. Penny University

A cosy hideout along East Coast Road, Penny University has been serving quality food, coffee, cakes and pastries to residents in the area.


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Expect to indulge in their English Breakfast or have a taste of their Eggs Benedict for a morning pick-me-up. Their Steak Frites are done perfectly with a sunny-side-up and garlic butter too, guaranteed to leave your tummy satisfied. If you’re looking for just coffee, we’d recommend getting their Muddy Espresso! Check out their new dinner menu too which has some yummy dishes brought over from their sister cafe Brothers in Fine Food which recently closed down in Tampines.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Thur), 8.30am-10.30pm (Fri-Sat), 8.30am-7pm (Sun)
Address: 402 East Coast Road
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21. Badoque Cafe

Constantly known for their quality of food and huge portions, Badoque is one cafe you won’t be disappointed with!


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One dish you must try here is their signature Beef Ribs which comes glazed in their homemade barbecue sauce which is sure to leave you wanting more! Still can’t get enough? Then get their Wagyu Steak which has a marbling score of 3-4.


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If you’re looking for something to share with your loved ones, we recommend getting their Tomahawk and don’t forget to order their Kepak Bing Bing on the side. This ultra spicy wings is sure to leave a burning sensation in your mouth!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: 12pm-11pm (Tue-Sun)
Address: 298 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469454
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22. Two Hana

Craving some Korean food in a cafe setting? Then head over to Two Hana at Century Square which specialises in delicious Korean-fusion cuisine. This might not seem like your typical Korean eatery but check out their wide and delectable variety of affordable dishes 🤤


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For appetisers, go for the special Kimchi Mac & Cheese ($9)! Who knew that these two could go so well together? 😍 Spicy and cheesy, now that’s what we call the perfect comfort food! 😉 For the main course, choose between the Honey Butter Drumlets ($9) or the Striploin Bulgogi Rice Bap ($15.50). The honey flavour from the chicken is so rich that it’ll leave you wanting more! 😋


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For a heavier meal, opt for the Striploin Bulgogi Rice Bap instead which is not just delicious, BUT packed with good nutrition as well! Take your taste buds to the next level with their Braised Gochujang Lamb Shank ($24)! Normally you’d have your Lamb Shanks without any chilli, but this time, there’s finally a spicy version 😍

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm (Mon-Thur), 10am-10.30pm (Fri), 9am-10.30pm (Sat), 9am-10pm (Sun)
Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-21 Century Square
Contact Number: +65 6260 4321
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23. Commons

Located in the hip Tampines Hub and newly opened Jewel Changi Airport, Commons was formerly known as Commonground. The Commons team has branded themselves as a perfect gathering joint in the heart of the east.


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Make sure to try their Gambaretti Spaghetti which comes with juicy tiger prawns, split the Commons Meat Platter Hero with your family or friends, and end your meal with their Dark Chocolate Brownie Ganache Tart! 🤤


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They also serve premium grilled meats! A popular main not to be missed is their Ribeye Steak and Beef Tenderloin.

Status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Tampines, Mon – Thurs: 11AM – 10PM | Fri: 11AM – 11PM | Sat: 8AM – 11PM | Sun: 8AM – 10PM
Jewel, 10am – 10pm daily
Address: #01-103, Our Tampines Hub, 51 Tampines Ave 4, Singapore 529684
#B1-289/290, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666
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North/Northeast:
24. Flavour Flings

Tucked in a neighbourhood in Hougang, Flavour Flings has been known to serve creative inventions like the first halal raclette cheese, salted egg yolk croissant and most recently, the milo-coated chicken!


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What’s great about coming here is that they change up their menu from time to time so you can expect a treat every time you come here. But if you’re looking for your usual brunch fare, you can also find Eggs Benedict, Scrambled Eggs on Toast and more. Of course, their Raclette Beef can’t be missed either!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: 11.30am-4pm, 5.30pm-10pm (Thur-Mon), 5.30pm-10pm (Wed), closed on Tuesday
Address: Blk, 121 Hougang Ave 1, Singapore 530121
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West:
25. Brio Cafe

Conveniently located in the heartlands, Brio is a hipster café, which serves up quality, delicious European street food. It is located on the 2nd floor of Jurong Point, a megamall located just next to Boon Lay MRT station.


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Their extensive menu includes a mix of cuisines from all over Europe with a little Asian twist. Here for a filling, yummy meal? Try out their Salted Egg Fish & Chips (SGD 14.50) or their Beef Ragu Tagliatelle (SGD 16.80) 🤤


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Don’t forget to wash it down with one of their heavenly milkshakes, especially their Salted Caramel Milkshake (SGD 8.20) 😍

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm on Weekdays, 10.30am – 10pm on Weekends (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)
Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, Jurong Point, #02-24/K5, Singapore 648886

P.S. Looking for more places to eat in the West part of Singapore, we’ve rounded up these 14 halal eateries!

That concludes our list of halal cafes in Singapore! Now, all that’s left to do is to call up your favourite buddies and plan that cafe outing 😉

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