With an amazing view of Bukit Gombak's neighbourhood, Bukit Gombak's new park has recently joined the Bukit Batok Nature Corridor! Located on a hill, the new park has not only new green spaces, but also recreational facilities for everyone, especially families. Visitors can look forward to: an incline 400m looped hill trek, a butterfly garden, and even a play area with a 5.3m slide ? What it might just be missing however, is a halal eatery
! If you've spent some time and are looking for a place to fill up on food after a good hike or run
, here are 10 halal food spots near the new Bukit Gombak Park.
Halal Eateries Near Bukit Gombak Park
1. Alif Restaurant
Located in Bukit Gombak Neighbourhood Centre, this Indian Muslim restaurant is known for its Mee Soto and Prata
! Their Mee Soto is perfect for anyone who loves soupy and spicy food, and their Prata's fragrant and crispy texture and tastes work amazingly well for anyone who's craving something light but filling.
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Alif Restaurant is open 24 hours so you don't have to worry about the time. Head for a midnight run and you'll still have a place to head to to earn back the calories you'd just lost ?
Alif RestaurantHalal Status:
374 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-204. Singapore 650374
2. Habib Family Restaurant
This family-run restaurant serves everything from Indian to Chinese to Malay Food, but what they're best known for is definitely their halal bak kut teh
! It's the last thing you'd expect, and yet it's exactly what might be best after a good day at Bukit Gombak Park.
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Habib Family Restaurant is one of the few spots in Singapore where you can find a halal version of this Chinese dish. They substitute in lamb and beef
while retaining the traditional blend of herbs and spices so it's as authentic as it gets. ?
Habib Family RestaurantHalal status:
Open daily; 7AM - 12AM
374 Bukit Batok Street 31, Singapore 650374
3. Air Pasang Eating House
Just a few minutes walk from Alif Restaurant and Habib Family Restaurant is the Air Pasang Eating House. Known for its authentic Halal Chinese Cuisine, this is definitely one option to consider after a fun day sweating it out at Bukit Gombal Park! Have your pick from their large menu - they serve seafood, meats, vegetables and barbeque dishes, perfect for a post-trek
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You should definitely have a try of their chef's recommendations: Black Pepper Hotplate Beef, Fried Chicken With Onion Rings, Salted Egg Prawn, Sambal Seabass, BBQ Stingray and more!
Air Pasang Eating HouseHalal status:
Daily; 7AM to 10Pm
Air Pasang Food Court, 374, #01-192 Singapore 650375, Bukit Batok Street 31, Singapore 650374
4. Dajie Niang Dou Fu & Hainan Chicken Rice
You might be more familiar with Dajie Niang Dou Fu's Clementi outlet but they have another one in Bukit Batok too! Mainly known for their Niang Dou Fu (or Yong Tau Foo), they
even have the less common Ampang version. ?
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Their menu also includes Laksa, Mala Hotpot, and even Chicken Rice
so there's something for everyone!
Dajie Niang Dou Fu & Hainan Chicken RiceHalal status:
Open daily; 10AM - 10PM
372 Bukit Batok St 31 #01-374, Singapore 650372
5. Sinaran Seafood @ LW Eating House
For anyone who's a fan of zi char, this is for you! This halal zi char spot
is perfect for families as they have amazingly generous portions and a huge menu! Although it's just a small and humble small, you best not underestimate it.
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They've got rich and heart servings of Hor Fun or Crispy Noodles, to seafood dishes like Chilli Crab
and Fried Baby Sotong. You won't be able to stop at just one mouthful! ? You may see get long lines on weekday nights, and especially during the weekend, so make sure to arrive earlier if you're looking to eat here after your day at Bukit Gombak Park!
Sinaran Seafood @ LW Eating HouseHalal status:
Open daily; 2.30PM - 11PM
26 Teck Why Ln #01-170, Singapore 680026
+65 67690866 or +65 96246989 or +65 97491376
6. Mr Teh Tarik Cartel
If you've stayed at the park till late, Mr Teh Tarik Cartel may just be the spot for you to head to! This zi char and seafood eatery in Choa Chu Kang park is run by the popular Mr Teh Tarik chain and serves up your favourite local zi char dishes around the clock. Their plates are perfect for sharing with family or friends! ? Credit: jovy_thl on Instagram
Dine on everything from BBQ cockles to Prawn Paste Chicken to Salted Egg Prawns
for a hearty and filling end of day meal after a fun day at Bukit Gombak Park ?
Mr Teh Tarik CartelHalal status:
Open 24 hours daily
26 Choa Chu Kang Drive, Singapore 689719
7. Hey Sugar Cafe
An incredibly IG-Worthy Cafe
, this cafe has pink walls, fairy lights and neon signs. Everything you need for the perfect post-hike
shot! If you didn't take a picture it didn't happen, right? ? This secret cafe has interesting ice cream flavours for you to cool off after a day under the sun.
Credit: Hey Sugar on Facebook
Try a scoop of cotton candy bubblegum or Milo dinosaur. And if you're looking to go for more conventional flavours like strawberry cheesecake, rocky road chocolate, or earl grey, they have that too! Paired with their brownies and iced coffee, it's the perfect treat on a hot day!
Hey Sugar CafeHalal Status:
Daily; 11.30Am - 10.30Pm
Address: Blk 818 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1, #01-06,Singapore 680818Facebook
8. Don N Bap
This small stall at Choa Chu Kang Civic Centre (next to Lot 1 Shopping Mall) serves everything from bibimbap to curry don to ramen and from personal experience. And it all tastes amazing. ? The Hallyu Karaage Bap is a personal favourite - the gochujang-coated fried chicken really packs a spicy punch!
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Try their Gyu Shogayaki Don is another must-try - the beef sauteed with onions is sweet, tender, and flavourful. You'll definitely get cafe-quality flavour at a food court price!
Don N BapHalal status:
Open daily; 10AM - 9.30PM
309 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, Choa. Chu Kang Civic Centre #01-01, Singapore 680309
9. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Known for their Lanzhou hand-pulled beef noodles,Tongue Tip
Lanzhou Beef Noodles offers a variety of noodle types ranging from large flat sheets to round strands so you can put together your perfect meal.
Credit: Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles on Facebook
Their menu includes variations of their Signature Beef Noodles! Must-tries are their Sauerkraut Beef Noodles, Mala Spicy Beef Noodles, and Dry Beef Noodles. ?
Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles Halal status:
Open daily; 11AM - 9.30PM
17 Petir Rd, Hillion Mall #01-07, Singapore 018953
10. The Co-op @ HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
If you're craving for burgers or pasta after your day at the park, try Co-op's dishes! Western fusion food for anyone who's cravinng for it, feast on their Crazy Carbonara pasta, Cajun Chicken Tacos, Sambal Fish & Chips, or even 200gm Ribeye Steak and more. ?
Credit: The Co-op on FacebookThe Co-op @ HomeTeamNS Bukit BatokHalal status:
Open daily; 11AM - 10PM
2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok #01-07 A/B, Singapore 659003
A fun day in the sun ending with a delicious feast for you and your loved ones sounds amazing, doesn't it? ? Share our ultimate guide with your trekking buddy
so you know where to go next after your adventure at Bukit Gombak Park!