The Ultimate Guide To Halal Food At Downtown East


Siti Ayeeshah Zaki •  Dec 09, 2022

The March holidays are coming up and one of the best places to spend time with your family might be at Downtown East! With exciting attractions like Wild Wild Wet and Hi-Roller and Uncle Ringo Carnival, there's definitely going to be something fun for your family to enjoy. ? If you're in the area delighting in one of the many attractions at Downtown East, you're going to get hungry - but no worries about that ? HHWT has compiled a list of all the halal food at Downtown East and more! Check them out and have your pick ?⬇️

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Halal Food At Downtown East


Missing travel to Japan and Korea? This is where you can get a halal fusion of two of our favourite cuisines.Their easy and casual self-service kiosk and QR Ordering concept is super convenient and they've got a variety of tasty dishes for you to choose from.

Credit: OMOOMO on Facebook

OMOOMO started out selling just rice bowls, but they’ve expanded into ramen bowls and now  TEPPAN hotplate grills  too! Their teppan dish, Soy Garlic Steak Teppan combo, has tender and juicy New Zealand tenderloin steak is topped with their in-house concocted soy garlic butter for a creamy and rich texture in every bite. While you’re at OMOOMO, don’t miss out on their signature DON rice bowls either. They have a delicious selection of signature options to satisfy every craving. If you can’t decide which chicken DON to go for, try out their Ji-Ji Don ($10.90), which has 3 types of chicken in an all-in-one bowl!


Halal status: Halal-certified


2. Ministry of Burgers

Specialising in all things Ramly Burger,Ministry of Burger's meals come in a set with cooling drinks and a side of fries. Choose from their many Ramly Burger variations to complete the perfect meal of your choice! From single patty to double patty, your appetites will definitely be satisfied by the end of the meal.

Credit: Ministry of Burgers on Facebook

Dubbed the King of all Ramly Burgers, Ministry of Burgers' Thunder Burgeris definitely a menu item for the books. It has four patties of succulent meat wedged between freshly toasted burger buns. Add to that extra veggies, cheese and sauces and you'll get that perfect, juicy burger crunch! They've also got single and double patty Ramly burgers for you to choose from, so if you're craving that special taste of Singaporean street food you've not been able to get in a while, this is how you can do so.

Ministry of Burgers 

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


3.  Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles

With over 300 outlets across China and numerous food awards, this halal eatery is not to be messed with. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles' 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 Muslims, this stall uses recipes dating all the way back to the Tang Dynasty. Tuck into this historic feast at Downtown East's outlet for a filling and hearty meal between all the fun!

Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles

Halal status: Halal-certified


4. Eighteen Chefs

Credit: Eighteen Chefs on Facebook

From the middle of town to the heartlands, you’ve probably seen an outlet of this popular halal Western eatery before! Eighteen Chefs is the place to be if you’re looking for a fast, fresh, and family-friendly meal that’s not too heavy on your wallet either. Their casual ambiance makes their outlets a great hangout spot for friends and family - or even a laidback date night with your spouse!

Eighteen Chefs 

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


5. Segar Restaurant

Affordable and halal zi char dishes? Check. Large portions? Check! Downtown East is home to one of Segar Restaurant's zi char style cuisine outlets and the food is absolutely amazing.

Credit: suann1908 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


6. Magic Wok Restaurant

Credit: Magic Wok Restaurant on Facebook

Craving for tasty, home-cooked like dishes? Downtown East's Magic Wok will have you in for a treat! Serving up delicious ala-carte halal Thai-Chinese cuisine, you can indulge in dishes like Tom Yum Soup, Seafood Hor Fun, Thai Fried Baby Squid and more! Just head to E!Hub's third floor for a taste of yummy dishes that'll be hard to beat.

Magic Wok Restaurant 

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


7. CRAVE Nasi Lemak

This Nasi Lemak store has gained significant popularity over the years. With over 20 outlets around Singapore, the award-winning franchise sells some of the best Nasi Lemak in Singapore. From crunchy, flavourful Ikan Bilis and nuts to its tantalising, iconic sambal, you'll savour every moment of your meal. And if that isn't mouth-watering enough, wash it all down with some of their famous Teh Tarik!

Credit: CRAVE Nasi Lemak & Teh Tarik on Facebook

CRAVE can be found in Basement 1 Downtown East! Unfortunately, this particular outlet does not have seats for you to dine in, so you'll have to order takeaways to enjoy this meal. 

CRAVE Nasi Lemak

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


8. Encik Tan

Credit: Encik Tan on Facebook

Looking for cheap and good local cuisine? Then, check out Encik Tan. Encik Tan can be found all over Singapore, including Downtown East! Their recently opened outlet in Downtown East in September 2021, and it's home to delicious bowls of fish ball noodles and wanton noodles, plates of curry rice and refreshing drinks like lime juice!

P.S. Check Out 12 Best Halal Hawker Food Near SG’s Popular Attractions (From SGD2.90!)

Encik Tan 

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


9 & 10. McDonald's and KFC

Credit: KFC on Facebook

No need for introductions! 2 of Singapore's best fast food outlets are available at Downtown East. Conveniently located next to Wild Wild Wet, your day on fast-paced slides and cool waters now also has delicious food for you to enjoy nearby. No time is wasted searching for food, when it's right at Wild Wild Wet's doorstep!

McDonald's and KFC 

Halal Status: Both MacDonald's and KFC are halal-certified

McDonald's Facebook

KFC's Facebook

11. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Credit: The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Facebook

This popular cafe will be the perfect way for you to chill between fun activities. With plenty of energising coffee and tea menu options, refreshing cold drinks, and mouth-watering pastries and cakes, Coffee Bean might just be the surprising highlight of your day!

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf 

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


12. Andes by Astons

Credit: Andes by Astons on Facebook

There's a lot of halal steak options in Singapore, and with Andes by Astons, you'll get more! This steakhouse is best known for its quality halal meat, cooked to perfection upon your request. Other than steaks, Andes also caters to your appetite for chicken, seafood, and other dishes. Its presence manages to bridge the gap between quality western dishes, halal food, and reasonable price.

If you're craving for juicy meats, and you're in the area, Andes is definitely your choice eatery!

Andes By Astons

Halal Status: Halal-Certified



13. Richton Cafe

Fancy some old school, halal local delights? This underrated hidden gem will have you in heaven. Just across Pasir Ris' Downtown East is a little cafe called Richton. It's halal-certified and sells pretty delicious homemade-tasting dishes. From Nasi Lemak to Fish & Chips, there's a little something for everyone. And they're all affordable!

P.S. It's also home to Singapore's first Sugarcane Ice Blended Drink!  If you're coming here to eat a meal, don't ignore the drinks stall. Run by two close friends, these drink connoisseurs are masters at making drinks.

They're the only shop in Singapore to sell Ice Blended Sugarcane. A mix of Singaporean flavour and all that we love (bubble tea!), this is a treat that'll leave you in love. Perfect for warm weather, it goes at only $3.20 for a small and $3.70 for a large.

Richton Cafe

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


14. Rasa Istimewa @ Pasir Ris Park

Credit: Rasa Istimewa Pasir Ris on Facebook

Tucked all the way in the quieter part of Pasir Ris Park, Rasa Istimewa @ Pasir Ris ticks both boxes for a lovely ambience and yummy food! 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 variety of fried rice dishes. Not to mention that the staff here are really attentive and welcoming too!

P.S. Check Out These 8 Halal Eateries In Singapore's Parks So You Can Avoid Crowded Malls!

Rasa Istimewa

Halal status: Halal-certified


15. Yumen Hut

If you're craving a hot bowl of noodles, you can't go wrong with a visit to Yumen Hut! The brightly lit interior and fast-paced style eatery specialises in noodles dishes including traditional crowd-pleasers such as Seafood Ban Mian alongside more creative dishes such as Pasta Sauce Pumpkin Noodles and Laksa Paprika Noodles! Don't forget to try their fried sides like fried mushrooms, and chicken (one of their bestsellers) as well as their homemade drinks like ice lemon tea, and aloe vera juice.

Halal status: Halal-certified


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