Is Saizeriya Halal?


Noor Aishah Karim •  May 02, 2023

Ever wanted to eat at Saizeriya but was wondering if it was halal? We got you!

What is Saizeriya?

Saizeriya is a Japanese casual dining chain that offers affordable Italian-inspired cuisine. Saizeriya's menu features a variety of pasta dishes, pizzas, risottos, salads, and other Italian classics, as well as desserts and beverages. The restaurant prides itself on providing high-quality food at reasonable prices, and many of its dishes are designed to be shared.

Is Saizeriya halal?

No, it is not. Their menu offers pork sausages and alcoholic beverages like wine and beer.

Halal status: Their eateries are not halal-certified

Alternatives to Saizeriya

Although Saizeriya is not halal, you can still get authentic halal Italian food in Singapore. Here are some that you can consider!

Porta Porta

While they are one of the very first few Italian restaurants (Muslim-owned all this time, too! ?) in Singapore serving authentic, home-cooked Southern Italian food for over 25 years, they’ve recently stopped serving alcohol ? If you’re looking for halal restaurant to celebrate a special occasion, or perhaps a fancy date with a special someone, here’s what you should try when you’re at Porta Porta ?

P.S. Check out what their specialities are!


Kucina is one of the earliest halal eateries focused solely on artisanal Italian food that opened in Singapore (in fact, Kucina claims they are the first!). Located in KINEX Mall in Katong, this spacious restaurant gets regularly packed on weekends as people come to get their fill of Kucina's food. The owner and chef of Kucina, Chef Gero, is an Italian-Muslim revert with extensive experience in the industry, so you know the food is the real deal.


Tipo Pasta Bar takes pasta-making seriously. All pasta served is made fresh in-house using high-quality ingredients (fun fact: the name 'Tipo' comes from Italian tipo 00 or doppio zero flour, that's finer than regular flour, providing a silken texture) and often infused with flavours, such as garlic-parsley fettucine and squid ink fusilli! The pasta types and flavours are changed regularly, so look for new pasta to try every time you visit!

We hope you found this information useful! Let us know what your favourite Italian halal eateries are!

P.S.Here are more restaurants you can check out for your Italian food cravings!