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8 Halal Family-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes In SG That Are Also IG-Post Worthy


Qistina Bumidin •  Nov 24, 2023

Heading out with the kids for a meal doesn't mean you have to forgo the aestheticism of your IG feed. If you're one of those parents who loves a good photo opportunity with your kids at a cafe, we got you covered!

1. The Halia

Thinking of a more peaceful dining retreat with the family? Then The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens is the perfect place for you and your family to enjoy a meal together! The cosy ambience and alfresco seating let you savour your food while experiencing a refreshing outdoor vibe.

Bringing your kids to The Halia is also a no-brainer, especially since the restaurant offers a menu dedicated to the young ones. So, throw away your worries and troubles of skimming through the menu to see what's suitable for your children to eat.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore 259569

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Since you're heading out there, head down to the Singapore Botanic Gardens for some good fun with your family!

2. Spize Rifle Range @ Temasek Club

Can't decide what to eat? Spize's wide variety of cuisines, including Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine, has something for everyone! They also have a section of the menu called ''Little Diners''! How cute! Featuring over five menu items specially catered for kids, choose from menu items like The Little Mermaid, Classic Cheese Burger and more that'll excite your little ones! Plus the contemporary furnishings with a pool view? Your IG feed be looking CUTE!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 131 Rifle Range Rd, #03-04, Singapore 588406


3. [working title] @ Kallang Riverside Park

We all know (and love) (working title)’s scrumptious halal burgers and delectable brunch spreads, but they’re taking things up a notch at their newest outlet at Kallang with an array of otherworldly halal fusion dishes for only those who have the stomach for itIt’s located within lush greeneries, perfect for a nice, relaxing meal during your weekend with your loved ones if you and the kids prefer outdoor seating! It's no exception on the restaurant's interior - decked in contemporary furnishings; it's cosy for the kids to get comfortable and dig in on their favourite burgers!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 51 Kampong Bugis, #01-03 Singapore 338986, Kallang Riverside Condominium

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4. Malayan Council @ Windsteadt Road

If you’re an avid foodie familiar with the hotspots of halal restaurants in Singapore, chances are you’ve heard of The Malayan Council. No stranger to the food scene, this longtime eatery is well-loved among locals, and it’s not hard to see why. With a wide range of delicious dishes and desserts, it’s the place to be for a great meal. Their casual ambience makes it an excellent hangout spot for family and friends!

Their posh outlet at Windsteadt Road sees fewer crowds than three of their Haji Lane outlet, so if you want some private time with your kids (or need more time to snap good pictures), here's where you should go! There's even a nice swing at their outdoor dining area to capture those picture-perfect moments with your kids!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 10 Winstedt Rd, Singapore 227977

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5. Fusion Spoon

Located in the gardens, Fusion Spoon has an IG-worthy interior, with garden-themed walls, ambient lights and wide spaces. It’s also right by the lake so you can dine with a view. Here’s where you can savour halal Japanese food, pizzas and local cuisine!

P.S. Check out these articles for more halal food ideas!

The best part? There's a kid's area for kids to run around while you eat!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Address: Tanglin Gate, 1 Cluny Road, Botany Centre #B1-00 Singapore 259569


6. Poison Ivy Bistro @ Bollywood Veggies

Amidst lush greeneries, Bollywood Veggies has its own Poison Ivy Bistro restaurant. The farm itself was just next to the alfresco dining area and a small playing area for your children! Nature does offer the best IG-worthy spots, which givesthree you these kampung vibes you often can't find in the city, so start snapping those pictures away!

Halal status: The restaurant uses vegetables and herbs from their farm in their cooking. They use halal-certified poultry and do not serve pork or beef - but do note that they are not halal-certified by MUIS as alcoholic beverages are sold. We recommend you dine at your own discretion, or seek alternatives.

Address: 100 Neo Tiew Rd, Singapore 719026


7. The Tree Cafe @ Funan

The Tree Cafe serves casual halal Western fare at affordable prices. Western-style dishes can sometimes average between $20-$25 a plate, but the most expensive dish on The Tree Cafe's menu is just $17.90! They even have a Kid's Special ($5.90) platter that includes fish, chicken, pasta, and fries so the whole family can enjoy a meal together. The little ones will love the swing sets at their Funan outlet, and you'll appreciate photo opportunities all over the cafes!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 107 North Bridge Rd, Funan Mall #02-33, Singapore 179105


8. Monster Planet

Monster Planet offers a halal alternative to the renowned Monster Curry restaurant chain, specializing in delectable Japanese curry dishes. Just like its counterpart, Monster Planet boasts an enticing menu featuring tantalizing options such as the Monster Premium Beef Steak Curry, Signature Katsu Curry, Fried Shrimp Curry, and Cheese Omelette Curry. Should you prefer noodles over rice, rejoice, as they also offer a range of curry ramen selections.

Halal status: Halal-certified

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Bring your cameras and capture beautiful memories with your little ones here!