12 Awesome Halal Places To Eat In Singapore's West

12 Awesome Halal Places To Eat In Singapore's West


Luqman Hakim •  Jul 12, 2024

The west side of the beautiful country of Singapore is just filled with amazing sights and many tourist attractions such as the Jurong Bird Park and Chinese Garden. It is also where you can find delicious and affordable halal food - home to a plethora of different cuisines including Japanese and Thai food! Now, who says you can only find yummy halal food in the east? If you're thinking of what to eat in the West, the west side has its fair share of delectable delights too! So, get your drool buckets ready as we take you to the west side of Singapore for this list of 12 awesome halal places in Singapore’s west (in no particular order!).

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11 Awesome Halal Places To Eat In Singapore's West

1. Délifrance


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Eager for a Parisian culinary journey in Singapore’s West? Délifrance is your go-to spot, blending French flair and halal offerings. For over three decades, Délifrance Singapore has been serving aromatic coffee and authentic French treats!

Kick off your day with their Signature Sandwiches, made with croissants crafted from premium French flour and butter. Their all-day menu boasts hearty choices like lasagna, chicken ham & sausage baked rice, and creamy mac & cheese. Pasta aficionados can customise their dishes with options like Aglio Olio, creamy basil pesto, and toppings such as sautéed mushrooms and smoked salmon.

Be sure to try the Truffle Cheese Sticks and the comforting Soup of the Day. To end on a sweet note, their fresh fruit tarts are packed with flavour.

Whether you’re in the mood for a relaxed breakfast, a filling lunch, or a delightful pastry with your coffee, Delifrance in Singapore’s West is the ideal place for halal-friendly French cuisine. Bon appétit!

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Délifrance Singapore

Halal status: Halal-certified

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Delivery and Pick-Up: Available for Dine-in / Takeaway

Contact: 68749652

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2. 786 Char Kway Teow (Bukit Merah View Hawker Centre)

11 Awesome Halal Places To Eat In Singapore's West

We kick this list off with a hidden gem located a short drive from Singapore’s business district. 786 Char Kway Teow is owned by a friendly Chinese-Muslim, who puts his passion for cooking into every plate of his yummy Char Kway Teow (From SGD 3).

Note that queues can get remarkably long during peak hours, but it is worth the wait as a plate of this delicious Char Kway Teow, will make you come back for seconds. You can fully customise your plate of Char Kway Teow by asking for additional cockles or by making it spicier.

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

Opening Hours: 2.30pm - 10pm (Friday to Wednesday), Closed on Thursdays (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 115 Bukit Merah View, Bukit Merah View Market and Hawker Centre, #01-28, Singapore 151115

3. Sinar Harapan Chinese Muslim Food (Jurong West 505 Food Centre)

Sinar Harapan Chinese Muslim Food

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 complements well with the succulent chicken and the fragrant rice. Did we mention you can get a plate at an affordable price of SGD 3.50? Complete the meal with hot, fried wonton served with a side of sweet soy sauce (SGD 4).

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

Opening Hours: 11.30am - 7pm (Monday to Saturday), Closed on Sundays. (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 505 Jurong West Street 51, Jurong West 505 Market and Food Centre, #01-178, Singapore 640505

3. Isuramuya (JCube)


Finding halal-certified Japanese restaurants in Singapore may be a bit of a challenge especially if you live in the West. But don’t worry westies, one of the rare halal Japanese spots in the West lies on the fourth floor of JCube. The restaurant offers a great view of JCube’s ice-skating rink.

If you are lucky, you may even get to catch an ice hockey match while you dine in. Isuramuya offers a variety of Japanese dishes including curry rice, ramen, sashimi and sushi. Their signature Tori Katsu Curry Rice (SGD 10.50) includes a serving of white rice and hot, crispy chicken cutlets being drowned in piping hot curry. Isuramuya also offers a wide variety of sushi and sashimi.

Order their Sashimi Moriawase (Assorted Sashimi platter) (SGD 30) for a taste of every sashimi they have to offer, including Uni (Sea Urchin).

Check out more halal Japanese eateries in Singapore!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11.30am - 3pm, 5pm - 9.30pm Daily (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, JCube, #04-19, Singapore 609731

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Note: This restaurant has permanently closed.

5. The White Kitchen by Tokyo Latte (JCube)

Previously known as Noodle Bar by Tokyo Latte, 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 speciality (SGD 12.50) and the restaurant shows how they partner seafood and meat perfectly together through their Grilled Prawns and Sirloin Steak (SGD 18.50).

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm Daily (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, JCube, #02-03, Singapore 609731


6. Chice - The Original Chickata

To all Thai barbecue steamboat lovers, this one’s for you! Just grab what you want from a huge variety of ingredients and start cooking. Did we mention, that at an additional charge of SGD 5, you can get a bowl of cheese dip, which you can enjoy with your meal? Check out more halal steamboat BBQ places in Singapore!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: Daily 5PM-10PM or Midnight

Address: 2 Venture Dr, Singapore 608526

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7. Brio (Jurong Point)

Conveniently located in the heartlands, Brio is a hipster café, which serves up quality, delicious European street food. It is located on the 2nd floor of Jurong Point, a megamall located just next to Boon Lay MRT station along the East-West Line. Their extensive menu includes a mix of cuisines from all over Europe with a little Asian twist. Here for a filling, yummy meal? Try out their Salted Egg Fish & Chips (SGD 14.50) or their Beef Ragu Tagliatelle (SGD 16.80). Don’t forget to wash it down with one of their heavenly milkshakes, especially their Salted Caramel Milkshake (SGD 8.20).

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm on Weekdays, 10.30am - 10pm on Weekends (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, Jurong Point, #02-24/K5, Singapore 648886


8. Deanna’s Kitchen (Jurong East)

Another deserving entry on this list is Deanna’s Kitchen. Following the success of their first outlet in Toa Payoh, the owners decided to open a second outlet. Deanna’s Kitchen serves up delicious, refreshing halal prawn mee, which sells out fast every day (From SGD 7).

You have the option to choose your size of prawns, ranging from small shrimps to giant prawns. The pièce de résistance of each bowl of prawn noodles is their robust, flavourful broth. Their signature special is their seafood platter (SGD 39), which includes prawns (big and small), clams, crayfishes and a lobster, all cooked in a huge bowl of the same yummy broth.

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

Opening Hours: 12pm - 9pm (Tuesday to Saturday), 10am - 2pm (Sunday), Closed on Mondays. (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 214 Jurong East Street 21, Padi Emas Coffee Shop, Singapore 600214


9. West Co’z Café (West Coast Plaza)

Be spoilt for choice at this local Zi Char (home-cooked meals) restaurant located in West Coast Plaza. Getting here, however, wouldn’t be as easy as there are no MRT stations nearby. The best option to get here is by taking bus service 201 from Clementi MRT Station, which lies along the East-West Line.

The conveniently named West Co’z Café serves up a variety of dishes ranging from local curry dishes to stir-fried vegetables, all of which go well with a plate of hot, fragrant rice. Their signature (and a must-try) is their Curry Fish Head (SGD 20). The fish is meaty and the curry is perfectly seasoned and gives the right amount of spicy kick.

West Co’z Café also serves local classics such as Har Cheong Gai (From SGD 10). Also known as prawn-paste chicken, these hot and crispy fried chicken wings (and drums) are fried with prawn paste to give it its unique, delectable taste.

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 9.30pm Daily (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 154 West Coast Road, West Coast Plaza, #02-23, Singapore 127371

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10. Time for Thai (Bukit Timah)

Craving for some authentic Thai food? Then, look no further than Time for Thai, located along Cheong Chin Nam Road opposite Beauty World Centre. The stretch includes many Halal-certified restaurants and it is a popular hangout spot for students studying in nearby institutions.

Their Tom Yum Soup (from SGD 9.90) is refreshing and a must-try. However, it is their signature Khao Soi (SGD 7.90), crispy egg noodles served with curry-infused meat, that takes the cake. The restaurant also serves yummy Thai desserts such as Mango Sticky Rice (SGD 5.90) and Thai Milk Tea Ice Cream (SGD 3.90).

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: 11am - 3am Daily (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739

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11. Lean Bento (Holland Drive)

Watching what you eat? Fret not, we’ve got just the right halal spot for you. Located in a prime location and frequented by adults working in the Buona Vista and one-north district on weekdays, Lean Bento serves up delicious, healthy halal-certified meals. Their Salmon (SGD 14.90) and Chicken (SGD 12.90) bento sets, served with a side of scrambled eggs, mixed veggies and brown rice, are satisfyingly good and filling enough to keep you going for the day.

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 10AM-6PM

Address: 43 Holland Drive, #01-49, Singapore 270043

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Note: Lean Bento has ceased operations as of 2022.

12. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles

Located just a 10-minute drive from Singapore’s business district, Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles kicked off their business in 2019 announcing, to the excitement of many, that they are halal-certified. You can choose your own style of noodles (ranging in sizes) served in a bowl of either non-spicy broth (From SGD 8.90) or spicy mala broth (From SGD 9.50). If you are not a fan of soupy noodles, the restaurant also offers dry versions of their beef noodles (From SGD 8.90).

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily (Opening Hours affected during Public Holidays)

Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Road, Tiong Bahru Plaza, #02-107, Singapore 168732

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We hope we’ve got you drooling bad and craving for these mouth-watering halal meals. Grab a good, satisfying meal the next time you head to the west side of Singapore and treat your taste buds to an explosion of flavour.

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