Is Chateraise Halal?


Noor Aishah Karim •  May 03, 2023

What is Chateraise?

Chateraise is a Japanese confectionery brand that offers a variety of cakes, pastries, chocolates, and ice cream. The brand uses fresh and natural ingredients, such as Hokkaido milk and fruits, to create delicious and visually appealing desserts. Chateraise has become a popular gift choice in Japan and has expanded its presence to other countries, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.

Is Chateraise Halal in Singapore?

No, it is not. Some of their cakes contain alcohol to preserve the cake's look and temperature in Singapore.

Halal status: Their eateries are not halal-certified

It is Muslim-friendly and does not contain pork, and they use fish gelatin in their products. While they do ensure that their products are Muslim-friendly, some of their products may still have alcohol, so it’s best to ask the outlet staff before making a purchase.

Halal status: Their eateries are not halal-certified but are Muslim-friendly.

Products to try from Chateraise

Strawberry Milk Pudding

Made with luscious strawberry purée and fresh milk from the Yatsugatake Highland, this pudding will surely treat sweet tooth cravings. Topped off with whipped cream and strawberry sauce, it gives a perfect balance of sweetness to the pallet.

Fresh Cream Cake

Made with cream layers and strawberries, this cake will allow you to enjoy the basic cake flavors at a whole new level. Made with fresh ingredients only, this cake gives a fluffy feel yet light and airy feel to the cake.

Fruit Tarts

Chateraise offers a variety of fruit tarts, including strawberry, blueberry, and mixed fruit. The tarts are made with a buttery crust and a layer of custard cream, topped with fresh fruit. Making it a little less guilty.

Alternative Halal Japanese Desserts To Try In Singapore

Fruit Paradise

Fruit Paradise is known for their beautiful and carefully crafted fruit tarts and cakes made of lightly sweetened cream topped with fresh fruits! With multiple locations in popular malls like Funan, Suntec City and more, you can get your fix of delicious artisan bakes after a busy day of shopping! ? Did we mention that their desserts are made fresh daily?

Halal status: Halal-certified


Pancake enthusiasts and Japanese food lovers can look forward to Flipper’s sweet and savoury pancakes. Light, fluffy and airy Japanese souffle pancakes are a delight. If you've been looking to enjoy souffle pancakes in Singapore, there's a new halal Japanese souffle pancakes spot - Flipper's Pancakes! It's the first halal-certified Japanese souffle pancakes in Singapore.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Kyoto Shokudo

Kyoto Shokudo features an array of Matcha dessert options, so if you’re a fan of matcha, you should try their popular Matcha Parfait ($8.90), Matcha Panna Cotta ($6.90), and Matcha Anmitzu ($5.90). They also offer Matcha Tiramisu ($6.90) and a Kyoto-style Toasted Matcha Pancake ($10.90).

Halal status: Halal-certified

We hope you found this information useful! Let us know what your favourite cake shop is!

P.S. Looking for more bakeries? Here is a list for you!