If you're dining out with your loved ones during Singapore's Phase 2, you might want to avoid the huge crowds in town and head to halal eateries in parks
instead. This time, we're zooming in on halal food in the Jurong neighbourhood! For those of you who live in the West and are looking for halal food at Jurong Point or halal food at the various Jurong East malls, we've rounded up these 13 best halal eateries you should visit!
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Halal food at Jurong Point
1. Brio Singapore
Looking for a brunch spot? Brio's got you covered! This hipster café at Jurong Point serves up quality and delicious halal European street food. Have your scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on waffles or jazz it up with the Truffle Scrambled Egg & Toast. With an addition of chicken sausage and melted cheese, you'll be in for a treat! Brio also has the typical "full breakfast" platter but if you're looking for something unique, order their Italian Job. Baked eggs are served alongside bolognese sauce, cheese and ciabatta bread for a meal you won't want to miss ? Some of their European dishes has an Asian twist too like Salted Egg Fish & Chips and their Beef Ragu Tagliatelle.
Find out more on TribesP.S. Check out these 8 other halal cafes to have brunch at!Note:
A reader has alerted us that Pavilion Banana Leaf is permanently closed :(
2. Sanook KitchenCredit: Siti Sabariyah Shafik on Facebook
Sanook Kitchen specialises in comforting Thai cuisine and it exudes casual dining vibes and a familiar menu too. One thing they are known for is their Tom Yum Seafood Superbowl which consists of jumbo prawns, mussels, squid, instant noodles, eggs (and more!) in flavourful tom yum broth ? It's definitely a great choice for families! Don't miss out on other yummy treats like Pineapple Fried Rice or Stuffed Chicken Wings.
P.S. Looking for halal food in Tampines instead? Check out our Tampines halal food guide!Halal status:
Find out more on TribesP.S. Looking for more halal eateries in the West of Singapore? We've got you covered!
3. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Tongue Tip is a chain that originated in China, but it's finally reached Singapore's shores! They offer a variety of noodle types ranging from large flat sheets to round strands so you can put together your perfect meal. Their menu is modest but you can find different variations of their Signature Beef Noodles including Sauerkraut Beef Noodles (which has a subtle sourness to it), Mala Spicy Beef Noodles, and Dry Beef Noodles ? Make sure to try their chilli oil and side dishes too!
Find out more on TribesP.S. Find more halal eateries in the Jurong Point directory here.
Halal food at Jurong East malls - JEM, Westgate, JCube:
4. Hanok by Massizim
Did you know that you can now get halal authentic Korean stews and soups in Singapore? Hanok is the halal spin-off of the South Korea Masizzim chain
, which specializes in galbi-jjim (meat stews) and other traditional Korean dishes. The Beef Rib Stew is tender and juicy, with fatty slices of meat and a rich taste to the broth ? The Seafood and Beef Stew comes in a 2-person serving size - great for sharing! They also have a variety of side dishes including Squid and Leek Pancakes, rice balls and egg rolls!
5. Hajjah Mariam CafeCredit: Hajjah Mariam Cafe on Facebook
Hajjah Mariam Cafe has been serving yummy nasi ambeng to those living in the Jurong! Take your pick from a range of sets like Jumbo Ambeng Standard or Jumbo Ambeng Premium and you'll be enjoying their scrumptious platters with your loved ones! If you're in a bigger group (4 pax), their Mega Ambeng platters will suit you just fine. They have Solo and Duet platters too if you're alone or with one other person.
P.S. You'll love these 13 awesome halal Japanese eateries in Singapore too!Halal status:
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6. Kenny Rogers Roasters
Kenny Rogers Roasters is known for its delicious rotisserie-roasted chicken. Smothered with original brown sauce or black pepper sauce, it also tastes better with a side of mashed potato, macaroni and cheese, and the all-time favourite corn muffin. Its outlet at JEM is the only one in Singapore and it's halal-certified
! Besides the signature rotisserie-roasted chicken, the restaurant also has Kenny's OMG Chicken that is uses less oil, so you can enjoy every bite minus the guilt. For something different, order the Kenny's Sirloin Steak and Kenny's Salmon Fillet! Dining with your loved ones? Get their Kenny's Family Meal and Kenny's Wholesome Meal that are perfect for small groups.
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7. The White Kitchen
This sleek-looking café lies amongst the “fashion district” of JCube. The café is furnished with wooden table tops and bar stools, giving it a touch of simplicity and a homely feel ?. The White Kitchen specialises in Western-Japanese fusion and serves up a great variety of quality dishes at reasonable prices. Their Grilled Beef with Salmon Roe Don is their specialty and the restaurant shows how they partner seafood and meat perfectly together through their Grilled Prawns and Sirloin Steak.
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Halal food in other parts of Jurong:
8. Deanna's Kitchen (Padi Emas Coffeeshop)
Credit: Deanna's Kitchen on Facebook
Deanna's Kitchen is known for its tasty prawn noodles. Owned by Chinese-Muslim revert Denise Deanna, their broth is simmered with chicken (plus prawn shells, anchovies and other ingredients) to create that rich taste! You can also choose to have clams, crayfish and lobsters with your noodles depending on your tastebuds.
If you're looking for a dish to share with your loved ones, their Seafood Bonanza is perfect for 2 to 3 people. This tasty combination is tailor-made for seafood lovers with lobsters, crayfish, prawns etc! It is bound to make any seafood lover happy and satisfied. Deanna’s Kitchen offers food delivery for both their prawn noodles and new bento sets!
: Muslim owned
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9. Sinar Harapan Chinese Muslim Food (Jurong West 505 Food Centre)
A Jurong resident would probably tell you that Sinar Harapan Chinese Muslim Food serves arguably the best halal roasted chicken rice in Jurong. This is evident during peak hours when the queue gets extremely long, at times even stretching out of the hawker centre. The flavour of Sinar Harapan’s chicken rice is so rich, you won’t stop till you get enough ? The chilli is the star of the show as it really compliments the succulent chicken and fragrant rice. Did we mention you can get a plate at an affordable price of $3.50? Complete the meal with hot, fried wonton served with a side of sweet soy sauce (SGD 4)!
Mon-Sat; 11.30AM-4PM (closed on Sun)
: 505 Jurong West Street 51, Jurong West 505 Market and Food Centre, #01-178, Singapore 640505
10. Aiman CafeCredit: The Bread Gang on Facebook
Located just opposite Al-Mukminin Mosque, Aiman Cafe is a coffeeshop consisting of different stalls with a variety of cuisines from Malay and Western to Chinese food. One stall, 'The Bread Gang' sells every type of sandwich you can imagine, and if you're a cheese lover, you have to get their Roti John Cheese as loads of nachos cheese is poured over the roti john, making it so lip-smackingly good. P.S. They even have quesadillas too!
Check out their Western stall too, which has all-time favourites like chicken chop, chicken cutlet and even steak. Most of the meals come with a fried bun, fries and baked beans. You can also savour their delicious pasta. The Malay stall at Aiman sells really good Lontong Kering too. With generous amounts of beef rendang, sambal goreng and begedil, it's so hard to resist this enticing dish.
Find out more on TribesP.S. Check out these 12 halal Western hawker stalls in Singapore!
11. Fusion Spoon (Jurong Lake Gardens)
Located at Jurong Lake Gardens, Fusion Spoon is just the place to go for a cozy meal away from the crowds. The aesthetic of the cafe is super IG-worthy, with garden-themed walls, ambient lights and wide spaces. With a stunning view of the Jurong Lake Gardens, you can savour some halal Japanese food, pizzas and local cuisine!
Fusion Spoon is currently in the process of their halal certification renewal. We reached out to them and they have assured that all their ingredients are halal-certified. We recommend that you dine at your own discretion.
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So, if you're staying in Jurong or in the neighbouring areas, time to SHARE this article with your buddies in the West and plan your meet-up!