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Halal Fine Dining In Singapore: 9 Restaurants And Private Chefs For A Romantic Meal


Faruq Senin •  Feb 13, 2024

Do you love halal eateries that are also romantic? Head out to celebrate special occasions with these recommendations! For couples, this is the perfect excuse to head out to a halal fine dining restaurant in Singapore to celebrate the milestones in your relationship! We've rounded up these 9 halal fine dining experiences in Singapore for a romantic dinner. As halal fine dining eateries are hard to come by in Singapore, we've also included high-end cafes and private home Chefs that'll give you a similar experience.

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Halal Fine Dining In Singapore

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Upscale restaurants:

1. The Halia

Taking your partner out for a romantic evening doesn’t need to be only on special occasions. The Halia will surely spice up your evening! Their high ceilings and glass walls give you an unobstructed view of the Ginger Garden right outside.

Try out their Grilled Hokkaido Scallop; succulent scallops, enhanced with a hint of smoky flavour with ginger puree and spicy curry oil. Treat your significant other to high-quality Stone Axe Wagyu Rump with sauteed garlic spinach and black pepper sauce.

Round it off with a decadent Valrhona Chocolate Tart with a popping surprise!

The Halia’s Date Night Special is here to add some sparkle to your Valentine’s Day. Where from $75++ per person, you’ll be immersed into Halia’s Herbarium Experience, a fun and exciting drinks-making course, before indulging in the 3-course Halia’s Set Dinner until the end of June 2024!Book early (min. of 2 days in advance) and surprise that special someone.

How to order:Order on website

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Mon-Sun (12PM- 3PM | 5PM - 6PM (Drinks only) | 6PM - 9.00PM (Last order at 8.30PM)

Address: 1 Cluny Rd (via Tyersall Avenue), Ginger Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Contact: +65 8444 1148 (for reservations)


P.S. Looking for more romantic restaurants in SG? Check out our full list here!

2. Elfuego by COLLIN'S

Elfuego by COLLIN'S at Jewel Changi Airport boasts an open kitchen concept serving up delicious modern European cuisine. Their main dishes include slow-cooked chicken, pan-roasted toothfish, seared baby lamb rack, and charcoal-grilled steaks. Not to mention a 1.2kg Australian Angus Tomahawk Steak for sharing!

Don't forget to check out the appetizers, with tantalising choices such as Hokkaido Scallop Ceviche and Crispy Soft Shell Shrimp. Leave some room for their beautifully plated desserts and cocktails, too!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Mon-Sun (10AM - 10PM)

Address: 78 Airport Blvd., #02-216 Jewel Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore 819666

3. Restaurant Espoir

Calling the historical Anglo-Chinese School home, Restaurant Espoir serves Modern European Cuisine with a refined flair. They have a wide variety of meals with a romantic, fine dining setting that will make you feel class. They even have a Kid's Menu and a Kid's Room where you can let the run around while you have a romantic evening with your partner.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Tues-Fri (11.30AM - 10PM) | Sat (10AM - 10PM) | Sun (10PM - 5PM)

Address: 70 Amoy Street (ACS House), Singapore 069889


Psst.. right now they are hosting the world-renowned Le Petit Chef experience which you can find out more here!

High-end Cafes:

4. Badoque Cafe


Credit: Badoque Cafe on Facebook

Constantly known for their quality of food and huge portions, Badoque is one eatery you won't be disappointed with! One dish you must try here is their Special Beef Ribs which comes glazed in their homemade barbecue sauce. Besides Western food, Badoque also has a range of Mediterranean favourites like Lamb Bukhari or you can indulge in Javanese beef ribs called Iga Bakar. Plus, they serve a decent selection of Japanese food including their Special Gyudon (beef rice bowl) and Oyster Donburi! Don't miss out on their Kepak Bing Bing for your appetiser - these ultra-spicy wings are sure to leave a burning sensation in your mouth!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Tues-Fri (5PM - 10PM) | Sat-Sun (3PM -10PM)

Address: 298 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469454

P.S. If you feel like having brunch with your partner instead, check out these 9 halal cafes in Singapore for brunch!

5. Royz Et Vous

Royz Et Vous diners are treated to a unique dining experience with a menu that was created by their team of chefs and baristas. One of their popular red meat mains is the New Zealand Beef Short Ribs. Marinated with smoked paprika and a variety of spices, the ribs are seared and then slow-braised for up to 9 hours! Their Brazen Striploin may look understated, but it shines in its simplicity too. Tender and juicy, it's paired with garlic mashed potatoes, a mesclun salad, and a choice of truffle beef jus or salsa verde for an extra kick. Try their yummy Smoked Duck with roasted potatoes and salad in homemade spice sauce too!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (11AM - 4PM) and (5PM - 10PM) | Sat-Sun (12PM - 4PM) and (5PM - 10PM)


  • Telok Ayer: 137 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 068602
  • Arab Street: Sultan Gate, 29 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198477


P.S.Check out more halal eateries in Bugis here!

6. Oud Restaurant

The new Oud Restaurant is a beautiful upscale restaurant serving up food from Michelin-trained chefs. From starters like Smoked Tomato and Watermelon Salad to mains like Argentinian Ribeye, you'll be able to experience luxury and delicious food right here in Singapore. Their table service and hospitality will make you feel right at home. They also offer private dining parties if you prefer a more intimate setting.

PS: We have an article going more in-depth into what they offer right here!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun (11.30AM - 3PM, 6PM - 10PM)

Address: 48 Kandahar St, Singapore 198899


Private Chefs:

7. Inariku

Japanese Fine Dining

Credit: Inariku on Facebook

Looking for a private Japanese fine dining experience at home? Inariku's got you covered! Its Chef, Marhamah Sapandi, trained at the Tokyo Sushi Academy as well as with other experienced Japanese Chefs so this is as authentic as it gets. You can expect a multi-course Japanese meal with scrumptious offerings like salmon sashimi platters, tempura, smoked duck, shabu-shabu. mochi and more! You can order here now!

Find out more about Inariku's offerings in our article!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Website | Instagram | Facebook

8. Chef Naughty Rabbit

There's nothing more gratifying than watching your meal prepared in front of you and Chef Naughty Rabbit is all about the gastronomic experience! With this service, you'll be treated to a private 3-course meal in the comfort of your own home. You can expect a variety of dishes that are gorgeously plated such as duck breast with saffron honey glaze, belacan grill asparagus and aubergine puree.

For a steak surprise, their sirloin with truffle pomme and avocado puree, grilled Halloumi cheese and smoked paprika sour cream will satisfy your cravings! Chef Naughty Rabbit serves smoked meats, grilled Boston lobsters among others too. His creme brulee is also a treat - with various fusion flavours like orange cardamom and lemon thyme.

Note: Chef Naughty is currently closed for reservations but you can keep him in mind for your future private meals at home! Do keep a lookout for updates on his social media pages.

Halal status: Muslim-owned


9. SUDU by ILya

Ever heard of a Modern Malay Private Dining experience? Well, you can now take part by Masterchef finalist Ilya Nur Fadhly who wanted to put Malay cuisine fine dining on the map. A private dining experience in his own home, you can expect a variety of Malay dishes that have been pushed to the highest level. The menu changes and is based on themes that are seen in Malay culture. For example, Rumah and Sambut both focused on different dishes that fit the theme such as Asam Rebus and Veal Kicap for Rumah and Burung Percik and Satay Kambing for Sambut. It costs $130 for the experience: Snacks, Pre-appetisers, Appetisers, Mains and Dessert!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Opening hours: Based on reservation. Dinner starts at 7.30PM sharp.

Address: 184A Woodlands Street 13 Singapore 731184

Website - Reservations here!|Instagram

With these 10 halal fine dining options in Singapore, now you know where to go if you're celebrating a special occasion with your significant other! SHARE this with your partner and start making plans now!