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Iftar Guide 2021 - Best Places To Break Fast in Singapore This Ramadan

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Nia Sarah  •  Apr 12, 2021

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Ramadan 2021 is here! As last year's fasting month was a little different due to the circuit breaker, we know that everyone's waiting to eat out at the best places for iftar with our loved ones (safely!) this year. Whether you're excited to dine out or if you're thinking of ordering in for iftar, look no further. Check out our ultimate iftar guide for the best eateries where you can break fast with your friends and family!
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1. Koh NangKam Restaurant
Credit: Koh NangKam RestaurantIt’s not difficult to find halal Thai cuisine in Singapore, but Koh Nangkam Restaurant sets itself apart from the rest with their authentic halal Southern Thai dishes brimming with all the flavours you love! Koh Nangkam Restaurant is dedicated toserving the local flavours of the South - in particular, the ways that the Hodsubs have traditionally been cooking. Most of the dishes served are often reminiscent of the southern flavours that Singaporeans can relate to and enjoy. Get their Sea Bass set meals at $25 per pax this Ramadan for delicately cooked steamed fish that gives a rich flavour experience! As it's just a 2-min walk from Sultan Mosque, you'll know that good Thai food is always around the corner.Halal status: Muslim-Owned Address: 4 & 6 Jalan Kledek, 199261 Opening hours: Only Open for Breaking Fast & Ramadhan Set Meals, Opens at 6:30 pm. Closed on 14 - 16 April & 12 May 2021 Delivery via: https://www.kohnangkamsg.com/delivery  Website | Instagram
2. Kucina Italian Restaurant
Credit: Kucina Italian RestaurantKucina Italian Restaurant serves authentic and halal Italian food, run by Italian-Muslim convert Chef Gero so you'll be sure that every bite you take is full of genuine Italian authenticity! Their Antipasto, which is traditionally the first course of a full Italian meal will already get your tastebuds tingling and excited for the main course. This sharing platter includes cold capellini (angel hair pasta) with prawns and shaved truffle, mushroom bruschetta, cold cuts, andmore! After which you can get the Bistecca; black angus ribeye with black pepper sauce or for a bigger group, share a Polpettini - a tomato and mozzarella pizza topped with beef meatballs and mini mozzarella balls too!Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Kinex Mall #B1-09/10, 11 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437157 Website | Instagram | Facebook 
3. Chice
Credit: Chice If you're a fan of both steamboat and barbeque, Chice has got you covered for your iftar. Inspired by the Thai mookata, Chice combines the dining experience of a steamboat and barbeque in an all-in-one pan! You can order a Chickata Delivery platter either with the stove and pan, or without them if you're already well-equipped at home. Looking for sweet treats? Get their Ice Blender; homemade Thai milk tea blended with vanilla and ice cream, or the Power Chendol Blender consisting of a Thai coconut blend topped with chendol and coconut ice cream of brown palm sugar syrup! P.S. Get free islandwide delivery with a minimum spend of $350. Halal status: Uses halal ingredients Where to order: Order through chice.cococart.co (2 days in advance!) Self-collection: 2 Venture Drive, Vision Exchange, #01-47, Singapore 608526 Website | Instagram | Facebook 
4. Comme Me Das 
Credit: Comme Me Das Comme Me Das is the place where great cooking and fantastic vibes meet. Their European cuisine is nutritious, delicious, and affordable! There's something for everyone to enjoy as they provide a range of delicacies for both the young and old - so you can bring your whole family out for iftar. Try their specialty and best-seller - the Grilled Frango and Salmon Parma Rosa. Their dishes are also available for both dine in and take-away, so you'll be sure to enjoy their meals no matter what your iftar plan is. P.S. Get a $10 discount when you check out at a minimum spending of $50 (not applicable with other discounts and promotions)! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 2 Venture Drive, #01-40, Vision Exchange, S608526 Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 12PM-10PM (Closed on Mondays) Contact No.: +65 8200 4132 Website | Instagram | Facebook 
5. Daya Izakaya
Credit: Daya IzakayaDaya Izakaya is currently the only halal Izakaya in Singapore, serving Japanese fare such as kaminabe (mini paper hot pot), sashimi, maki, kushiyaki, agemono and more. This muslim-owned eatery serves both light bites as well as heavier options like fried rice and chicken karaage. You can get their Ramadan specials, the Sumo Sets, which are only availablefor dine-in. Pre-order these sets by requesting for them in your reservation! Sumo Set Bagus (4pax $112 nett / 8pax $208 nett): 1. Dates & Almond Milk 2. Salmon Carpaccio 3. Crispy Chicken Karaage 4. Sumo Pot 5. Garlic Fried Rice 6. Choice of Ice Cream: Double Chocolate/Mingo Mango/Taro Sumo Set Oishii (4pax $128 nett / 8pax $246 nett): 1. Dates & Almond Milk 2. Chirashi Mix 3. Gyoza (Chicken & Vege) 4. Sumo Pot 5. Garlic Fried Rice 6. Choice of ice cream: Double Chocolate/Mingo Mango/TaroHalal status: Muslim-owned Address: 254 Jalan Kayu Singapore 799481 Opening Hours: Mon-Thu: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-11pm | Fri: 1-11pm | Sat, Sun & PHs: 11:30am-11pm Reserve here.  Website | Instagram | Facebook 
6. Hjh Maimunah 
Credit: Hjh Maimunah  If you love traditional kampung cuisine, Hjh Maimunah will definitely be on your list of recommended Malay food stalls in Singapore. This well-loved eatery, specialising in kampung-styled traditional Malay and Indonesian cuisine is having a Ramadan promo for their sets consisting of a fritters platter, main dishes like Lemak Nangka and Ayam Bakar Sunda with white rice, desserts such as suji and bubur as well as fan-favourite drinks like Lime Cordial and Bandung Selasih! Depending on your sets which feed 4 pax each, the price ranges from $68 to $70. Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 20 Joo Chiat Road Opening Hours: 12pm-9pm Contact No.: +65 9396 1969 Delivery via: Hjhmaimunahdelivery.oddle.me or GrabFood Website | Instagram
7. GREAThai
If you're in the East, check out GREAThai at East Village which serves authentic Thai food! Serving homemade fish cake, spring rolls, pandan chicken and the chef's recommendations of fried and steamed fish, you would not want to miss out on the variety of flavourful dishes from the restaurant. Halal status: Halal-Certified Address: 430 Upper Changi Road #01-06, East Village Singapore 487048 Opening Hours: 11.00am - 9.30pm Delivery via: Deliveroo, Food Panda and GrabFood Website
8. Paya Lebar Square
Credit: Paya Lebar Square Paya Lebar Square has a wide range of delicious Halal eateries where you can spend your iftar with your loved ones. From Indonesian cuisine at Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House, to local food at Crave and yummy Western meals at Eatzi Gourmet Bistro, you'll have the best variety of options for iftar. Located right outside Paya Lebar MRT station, check out all their conveniently-located restaurants here!If you're craving Japanese, Monster Planet has the best options. Their Family Bundle for 4 worth $99 includes a variety of choices for you and your family - tender roasted chicken thigh, prawn tempura, salmonfry and sausages as well as sides like Tako balls and mozzarella cheese sticks! For dessert, you'll love their churros banana chocolate parfait and ondeh ondeh honey toast. What's more, take your pick from Bandung or Citrus for a whopping 1.5L tower drink to gulp it all down!Halal status: Halal-Certified Address: 60 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409051
9. Delifrance
Credit: Delifrance Break your fast in the best way possible with Delifrance’s Ramadan Set, consisting of a decadent Satay Chicken Sandwich, Soup of the Day, Power Pad, and Chai Latte for just $15.50. If you're looking for small bites, try their Chicken Satay and Bulgogi Chicken Puffs for $4.50, and in cookie form at $18.80 or a box of 4 at $69.80. Or if you're just in the mood for a sweet finish after iftar, opt for their specially crafted Pandan Gula Melaka, Ondeh Ondeh, and Pandan Coconut cakes! You can get your hands on these treats at their outlets islandwide, or enjoy them from the comfort of your own home by ordering their all-inclusive iftar sets either for yourself or for a family of 3 to 4 pax on their website! (For delivery, make your orders 2 days in advance.) P.S. Enjoy1 slice of any of their Raya cakes at 10% off with purchase of 2 sets of Satay Chicken set meal at Delifrance retail outlets.Halal status: Halal-certified Website | Instagram | Facebook
10. Texas Chicken 
Credit: Texas Chicken For fast food fans, get your go-to Southern American-style fried chicken from Texas Chicken! With an option of original, spicy chicken or chicken tenders, you can pair your meal with their signature honey butter biscuit which is fried to a perfect crisp on the outside but still maintains its fluffiness on the inside. What's interesting about Texas Chicken in Singapore is that it has seasonal specials which incorporate Asian flavours. From 15 Apr to 26 May 2021, get their limited-time-offer of Sambal Chicken! P.S. Get a 10% off delivery promotion (with min order amount of $20). #HHWT Tip: Use promo code HHWT5OF for 5% off your order at Texas Chicken! Halal status: Halal-certified Website | Instagram | Facebook
11. Tipo
Credit: Tipo on FacebookAnother Italian restaurant adding on to the list is Tipo - specialising in fresh handmade artisanal flavoured pasta! Tipo proves that halal Italian food doesn’t have to be pricey. With the freedom to customise your pasta, you can choose your preferred type of pastaand also have your choice of protein and sauces. If you prefer to leave it to the pros, there are many specials to try including Classic Aglio Olio, Crazy Carbonara, Creamy Chicken Mushroom, Laksa Mania, and Ragu ala Bolognese. Just a 3-minute walk from Masjid Sultan, you know that affordable, delicious Italian food is always around the corner!Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753 Reservation: https://www.tipo.sg/  Website | Facebook Instagram
12. Afterwit
Credit: Afterwit Bar de Burrito on Facebook If you need a break from working all day, order tacos, cheesy quesadillas and hearty burritos from Afterwit! A quaint halal Mexican café located along North Bridge Road, the unique fusion of local and Mexican flavours will blow you away. Try it yourself when you order the Cajun Chicken Tacos that are served with slow-cooked cajun chicken. There are also the Fried Fish Tacos that comes with battered dory and Eggplant Tacos that will please veggie lovers. Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 778 North Bridge Road Singapore, Singapore 198746 Reservation:  www.afterwit.sg Website | Facebook | Instagram  
Join us at Hello Ramadan, HHWT’s immersive virtual event that aims to bring the joy and celebration of Ramadan andHari Raya to wherever you are! Look forward to an exciting line-up of shows, daily challenges, our very own Virtual Bazaar and more.Sign up now to stand a chance to win our Grand Draw and Weekly Draws, plus you get to increase your chances of winning the Grand Draw when you collect points! Find out more here!   With so many interesting and scrumptious options this Ramadan, you can brace yourself for an amazing iftar if you're dining out or ordering in. Whether you're looking for a mouthwatering steamboat meal, seafood platters or even Japanese cuisine, our list has you covered. Time to start calling all your loved ones and plan that iftar gathering!