10 Halal Korean Food Deliveries In Singapore That'll Satisfy Your K-ravings


Faruq Senin •  May 22, 2020

During the circuit breaker, there are many things that we're craving for, including halal Korean food! Thankfully, halal Korean food delivery in Singapore isn't hard to come by ?

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Whether you're craving halal Korean fried chicken, tteokbokki or bibimbap, the halal Korean food scene in Singapore has them all! Check out these 10 halal Korean eateries that deliver to your doorstep.

P.S. Love Japanese cuisine too? Here are 12 eateries that'll take you to Japan!

Islandwide deliveries:

1. 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.

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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!

P.S. Check out what other dishes to try from Hanok in our article

They also have a variety of side dishes including Squid and Leek Pancakes, rice balls and egg rolls!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $18

Delivery available on: Order form (Islandwide)

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P.S. These Korean-Muslim reverts share what it's like to live in Malaysia!

2. Jinjja Chicken

Forget about the traditional Western fried chicken, burgers and fries, Jinjja serves up fried chicken drenched in savoury sauces and fries that are deliciously paired with tteokbokki.

An avid fan of Korean variety shows? Jjampong (Spicy Stew) and Jjajangmyeon (Black Bean Sauce Noodles) will come as no surprise to you! If you have always wondered what they tasted like, grab their Jjamjja Myeon 2-in-1 where you can have the best of both worlds ? Don't miss out on other mouthwatering dishes like bibimbap, kimbap (Korean sushi roll) and rabokki (ramen and tteokbokki) too!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $10

Delivery available on: Website (Islandwide), foodpanda, Deliveroo, GrabFood

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P.S. Check out over 50 halal eateries in Singapore that do islandwide delivery!

3. JW Korean Food Story

Treat your loved ones to JW Korean Food Story's heartwarming army stew steamboat that's perfect for 2 to 3 people. With minced beef, sausages, and vegetables swimming in free-flow spicy army stew soup, it'll be perfect for a rainy day. You can also choose alternative flavours like kimchi, chicken, seafood or char-beef!

It'll be tough to turn down some delicious grilled goodness, and JW Korean Food Story serves homemade barbecue and grill consisting of beef and chicken steak. Safwan's grilled menu also comes with local Malay sauce to give it a personal spin! Plus, they have a range of ramen and rice bowls too ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $24-$28 (steamboat), $10-$15 (BBQ meat), $9 (ramen and ricebowls)

Delivery available on: Bungkus SG (Islandwide), Deliveroo, foodpanda, GrabFood


P.S. Cooking yourself instead? Here are 10 easy Korean recipes to try out!


If you’re constantly torn between Korean and Japanese food then this ought to do the trick! OMOOMO serves a variety of rice bowls with different types of toppings that will be sure to satisfy any type of craving.

Get one of their Combo options! Enjoy the taste of juicy marinated beef and succulent chicken with their Bulgogi & Karaage Bento or signature Ji-Ji Don, Steak Omelette Don or Beef Bibimbab that'll surely satisfy your Korean food cravings ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $12

Delivery available on: Website (Islandwide), GrabFood, Deliveroo, foodpanda

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5. Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant

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Craving home-cooked Korean dishes? Muk-Bang is just the place you need to order from! Get their mouthwatering dishes delivered to you like Bibimbap, Saba fish and even Beef short-ribs (saeng galbisal)! Muk-Bang also has various sharing platters, including budae jjigae (army stew) and dakgalbi (stir-fried spicy chicken) ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $10-$13 (ala carte), $25-$33 (sharing platters, BBQ)

Delivery available on: In-house (Check out this Facebook post), GrabFood

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6. Egg Stop

Thick toast places like Isaac Toast are all the rage in Korea, and lucky for us, there's a halal version of Korea's signature toast in Singapore! True to its name, all of Egg Stop’s sandwiches have eggs in them ?

With their super affordable prices (starting from $4.90), there's no reason why you shouldn't get Egg Stop's yummy sandwiches! Savour their Turkey Bacon and Cheese, Beef Chilli Cheese or Smoked Chicken ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Average price of main dishes: $5

Delivery available on: Order form (Islandwide), GrabFood, Deliveroo, foodpanda

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Location-based deliveries:

7. Nene Chicken

Nene Chicken takes pride in their fried chicken, but with more sauces to choose from. With flavours like Swicy, Soy, Green Onion and Freaking Spicy (for spice enthusiasts), you can either choose to have a set meal or share a set together with your friends and family.

Speaking of sharing, you can enjoy their special NeNe Ambeng till 1 June 2020! It consists of white rice, 4-piece Smoky Barbeque Chicken, 12-piece Swicy Tenders, curly fries, kimchi, corn salad, Hot Bling dip, 2 side dishes (choose from tteokbokki, cheese fries and more) and 4 regular drinks.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $12

Delivery available on: GrabFood, foodpanda, Deliveroo

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8. Mukshidonna Singapore

This restaurant originates from Myeongdong, Seoul. So, even if you can't travel all the way to South Korea, you can just get your fix of their Budae Jiggae right at home!

Now you can have their yummy pot of stew with soft and chewy tteokbokki (Korean rice cakes) with their delivery service. You can choose sets for 2-6 people and customize your stew by adding extra ingredients ranging from cheese, mushroom, mussels, bulgogi and sausages ?

Halal status: Do note that Mukshidonna's halal certification is currently under the process of renewal but we've checked with the eatery and they have confirmed that their ingredients and processes remain unchanged during this period. We recommend that you dine at your own discretion.

Average price of main dishes: $33-$95

Delivery available on: Order form (only Pasir Ris and Tampines)

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9. 4Fingers Crispy Chicken

As if we haven’t talked about fried chicken enough, here is another alternative restaurant to enjoy flavourful fried chicken. What’s interesting is that 4Fingers is not from Korea but a home-grown Singaporean brand!

Their signature crispy chicken are lightly brushed with either Soy Garlic or Hot & Spicy sauce. Though the flavours are limited, they do have other rice boxes with chicken or seafood for you to choose from. Want a healthier option? 4 Fingers serve a variety of salads too!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $10

Delivery available on: foodpanda, GrabFood, Deliveroo

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10. Seoul Garden Hotpot

If you don’t fancy sharing your food and prefer having your pots to yourself, try the Jjigae Sets at Seoul Garden Hotpot! Unlike the usual buffet fare Seoul Garden is known for, this establishment offers an ala-carte menu.

You can have your own personal pot of Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup) and enjoy it with a bowl of hot rice. There's salmon duyu hotpot, seafood kimchi and army stews among others too! If you’re not up for anything soupy on that day, then indulge in their beef bulgogi and salmon bibimbap. They serve a great variety of banchan (side dishes) too.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price of main dishes: $18

Delivery available on: foodpanda, GrabFood

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We're pretty sure you're craving some scrumptious Korean food by now! So, order in and then tuck into mouth-watering Korean dishes as you binge-watch your favourite Korean dramas ?