10 Hotels In Singapore With Amazing Halal Restaurants


Ili •  Oct 23, 2019

One of the most dreaded questions many fear to answer is: Where should we eat? It becomes a tricky situation especially for travelers who aren't familiar with the foreign scene ? If you’re anything like us, you’d start sweating at the forehead and wracking your brain of a restaurant that will satisfy everyone.

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But don’t you worry, we’ve come to the rescue! Using this handy list of Singapore hotels with halal restaurants, you’ll be able to impress anyone with your quick thinking and the variety of food options you’ve provided ?

1. Village Hotel Changi - Saltwater Café

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If you happen to be in the far-flung corner of Singapore, you'll find Saltwater Café! Located in Changi Village, this halal-culinary destination is a place where you get to enjoy a refreshing landscape of lush greenery while feasting on a mouthwatering buffet spread ?

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Besides their spectacular assortment of local and international cuisine, this halal-cafe’s special feature is its live barbeque station ? Just as exciting as a football match (or dare we say more), you can witness their in-house Grill Master prepare gourmet meats and fresh seafood. Make sure to also check out their DIY station where you can craft your very own rojak and popiah!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD37++

Opening hours: Open daily; 6.30AM-10PM

Address: 1 Netheravon Rd, level 1 Village Hotel Changi, Singapore 508502

Contact: +65-6379 7018

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2. Marina Mandarin Singapore Hotel - AquaMarine

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If you've built a huge seafood craving over the trip, get ready to tame that appetite with the impressive spread over at Marina Mandarin Sinagpore's AquaMarine! Dine here with your family or friends and you’ll soon understand why this establishment has been making waves for the longest time ?

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AquaMarine boasts a diversity of food that feature Asian and international cuisine. From assam fish head curry and chilli crab to prawns and lobster dumpling with crustacean sauce, there’s no resisting everything that’s on display. First-timer or not, you’ll be guaranteed to leave with a full and satisfying stomach.

Halal status: Halal certified

Average price: Lunch (daily); SGD60++ (per adult), SGD30++ (per child, 6-12 years old), Dinner; Mon-Thurs; SGD73++ (per adult), SGD36++ (per child, 6-12 years old), Fri-Sun; SGD83++ (per adult), SGD41++ (per child, 6-12 years old)

Opening hours: Daily (breakfast); 6.30AM-10.30AM, Mon-Fri (lunch); 12PM-2.30PM, Daily (dinner); 6.30PM-10PM,

Address:Level 4 Marina Mandarin, 6 Raffles Boulevard Marina Square, Singapore 039594

Contact: +65-6845 1111

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3. Village Hotel Bugis - The Landmark

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Whether you’re dining with your huge family or group of friends, The Landmark is an eatery that everyone should turn to for a flavourful dining experience. With endless dishes across 12 cuisines, this is a go-to place that has something for everyone cooking in the kitchen ?

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A great way to kick off your meal here at The Landmark is at the Soup stations where you can get 9 different types of soups! While you can’t go wrong with any of their choices, the Sup Tulang is a mandatory dish to try for it’s rich, creamy texture with fall-of-the-bone meat in it ? ( only available on Fridays and weekends)

As you serve yourself a bowl of deliciousness, have a go at their deep-fry station serving your childhood favourite snacks like curry puffs and popiah. 

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD30++

Opening hours: Open daily; 6.30AM-10.30PM

Address: 390 Victoria St, Singapore 188061

Contact: +65-6299 7786

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P.S. Thinking of having more food adventures? Check out these other halal cafes in Bugis!

4. Days Hotel - 21 On Rajah 

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If you’re torn between having Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, 21 On Rajah is the answer to your uncertainty. With a menu that brings you a MediterrAsian themed buffet dinner, you can happily feast away at dishes like marinated octopus salad with pineapple and cucumber in their bright and colourful dining area. 

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Feeling more adventurous with your taste buds? Indulge in their Moroccan, Italian or Spanish themed buffets! Experience international flavours by getting the potato gnocchi in creamy blue cheese, carneiro a transmontana (braised lamb with mint and garlic) and pilaf rice with sultanas and pistachio nuts. Say goodbye to boring meals!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD41++

Opening hours: Tues-Fri; 6AM-10.30PM, Sat; 6AM-10PM, Sun; 6AM-10.30PM, Mon; 6AM-11PM

Address: 1 Jln Rajah, Singapore 329133

Contact: +65-6299 7786

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5. Fairmont Singapore Hotel - Asian Market Café

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They’re back and better than before! With a fresh look inspired by colonial-style homes in Singapore, the Asian MarketCafé at Fairmont Hotel opens its door to all and is ready to entice every single person walking through it with a brand-new menu full of appealing dishes. 

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Leaning towards seafood? The cafe’s got you covered with Alaskan Crab Legs, Oysters and Prawns. Feeling a sweet tooth coming along? Have a little fun at their DIY dessert stations named after Singapore neighborhoods like Pasir Panjang and Joo Chiat. No matter what flavours you’re looking for, you’ll find them here at this halal eatery.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD50++

Opening hours: Lunch (Mon-Fri); 12PM-2.30PM, (Sat-Sun); 12PM-4PM, Dinner (Sun-Thurs); 6PM-10PM, (Fri-Sat); 6PM-10.30PM

Address: 80 Bras Basah Rd, Level 2 Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560

Contact: +65-6431 6156

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P.S. Find out more about Asian Market Café here!

6. Grand Hyatt Singapore - StraitsKitchen

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Fulfil your desire of hearty and savoury food at the Grand Hyatt’s Straits Kitchen. Putting a modern spin on local food, this elegant eatery serves all of Singapore’s local cuisine - Chinese, Malay and Indian - in one sitting. Now, who would pass up this amazing opportunity? 

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Get ready for an explosion of flavours at the StraitsKitchen as you grab for some of the best of local hawker favourites like laksa, satay, beef rendang, tandoori chicken, roti prata and Hainanese chicken rice. We could go on forever!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD45++

Opening hours: Breakfast (Mon-Fri); 6.30AM-10.30AM, (Sat-Sun); 6.30AM-11AM, Buffet lunch (Mon-Fri), 12PM-2.30PM, (Sat-Sun), 12.30PM-3PM, Dinner (daily); 6PM-10.30PM

Address: 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore 228211

Contact: +65-6732 1234


P.S. Why stop at amazing food when there's more room for these halal desserts!

7. Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel - Carousel

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Have the time of your life just like the actual carousel at a fun fair, with the magnificent array of food at this buffet restaurant. Serving some of the best dishes in the country, Carousel has deservingly won the award for Singapore’s best buffet by AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards 7 years consecutively.

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Treat yourself to a fantastic meal with their delicious international spread and pile that plate with seafood, sashimi, local favourites and Asian delights! As if that isn’t enough, the dessert station will make you fall head over heels with Carousel. Reschedule that cheat day and go all in at three of their dessert stations where you can find chocolate fountains, hot desserts and Asian desserts. 

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: SGD56++

Opening hours: Open daily; 6.30AM-10AM, 12PM-2.30PM, 3,30PM-5.30PM 6.30AM-9.30PM

Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220

Contact: +65-6219 3780

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8. Furama RiverFront Hotel - Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

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Heads up to all lovers of Indonesian cuisine! If you haven’t already, it’s time to check off Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant off your list while you're here in Singapore. Have a ‘love at first sight’ moment at this eatery as you lay your eyes upon the glorious spread of traditional Balinese and fusion Indonesian fare.

Make space in your stomach for some delicious eats like Gulai Tunjang, Ayam Pangang and Sop Buntut Toraja! Have more room for dessert? Dive into the array of kueh - Bubur Cha Cha, Durian Pengat, Sago Gula Melaka - and fall into the best food coma.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: Buffet lunch; SGD32++ (adult), SGD15++ (child), Buffet dinner; SGD32++ (adult), SGD15++ (child)

Opening hours: Open daily (lunch); 12.30PM-2.30PM, (dinner); 6PM-10.30PM

Address: Furama Riverfront, 405 Haveblock Road, 169633, Singapore 169633

Contact: +65-6739 6463

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P.S. What better way to let the delicious meal digest as you hit up Singapore's insta-worthy spots!

9. Village Hotel Katong - Katong Kitchen 

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It’s pretty easy to miss Katong Kitchen amidst all the other more well-located hotel restaurants. But if you plan to explore the more residential parts of Singapore, check out Katong Kitchen for some Peranakan flavours! Serving Nyonya dishes - a combination of Malay and Chinese cuisine - this is one of the few eateries in Singapore that serves halal versions!

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Located in the Peranakan neighborhood, this restaurant also serves Macanese, Asian, local Chinese and Western food. You’ll be completely spoilt for choice with Ayam Buah Keluak, daily live stations which includes carrot cake and oyster omelette along with their weekend specials like rendang oxtail and prawn noodles. 

Halal status: Halal-certified

Average price: Buffet lunch; SGD40++ (per adult), SGD20++ (per child, 6-12 years old), Buffet dinner; SGD50++ (per adult), SGD25++ (per child, 6-12 years old)

Opening hours: A la carte (daily); 6.30AM-10PM, Buffet lunch (Mon-Fri), 12PM-2.30PM, (Sat-Sun); 12PM-3PM, Buffet dinner (Mon-Thur), 6.30PM-10PM, (Fri-Sun, Eve of PH & PH), 6.30PM-10PM

Address: 25 Marine Parade, Village Hotel Katong, Level 4, Singapore 449536

Contact: +65-6551 2141

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10. Bay Hotel - Rumah Rasa

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Pamper your taste buds with familiar Indonesian favourites like rendangsatay or gado-gado at Rumah Rasa at Bay Hotel. Cooking up Indonesian delicacies using ingredients straight from the hotel's herb garden, you can guarantee to have a fresh taste of this wonderful cuisine with a modern twist! Tease your palette by starting off with boiled okra and grilled eggplant. Then, slowly introduce stronger flavours like adding sambal bajak and sambal terasi into your meal.

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You can also look forward to other live stations from their tasty Assam Laksa to Roti John. The best part is, you can customise your Roti John with your choice of fillings – from char siew chicken, cheese or minced mutton.

Halal status: Renewing their halal certificate (Rumah Rasa has been halal-certified in the past and we reached out to them directly to clarify that they are undergoing the renewal process. We advise you to dine at your own discretion until they have been re-certified)

Average price: SGD40++ per person

Address: Travelodge Harbourfront (formerly Bay Hotel), 50 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098828

Opening Hours: Open daily; 6AM-3AM, Buffet breakfast; 6AM-10.30AM, All-day dining; 12PM-10.30PM

Contact: +65-6818 6681

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With this list of halal restaurants at your fingertips, you'll never have to worry about where you should eat on your holiday! So, with nothing but delicious food waiting for you on the other end, prepare to empty those stomachs and embark on a culinary journey you'll never forget ?