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This Muslim Owned Restaurant in Singapore Sells Halal Texan-Mexican Comfort Food

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Auli Cinantya  •  Oct 06, 2021

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Halal Texan-Mexican Comfort Food

If you love Mexican cuisine, you'll love this article. But if you haven’t tried it, it’s time to experience the wonders of savoury and spicy that is Texan-Mexican food, and Rem I'nis will give you a delightful experience of Tex-Mex comfort food! While searching for halal Japanese food in Singapore is pretty easy, searching for halal or Muslim-owned Mexican food can be quite the challenge.  
Credit: Rem I'nis What started as a small hawker stall in 2016, Rem I’nis has grown quite well over the years. Both the owners previously had experience cooking European and Mediterranean cuisine, and with their combined knowledge, they have brought us the wonderful fusion of Texan Mexican cuisine. Here you can find some of the all-time favourite dishes such as Quesadillas, Burritos, even Burgers with a twist!
Credit: Rem I’nis  Their all-time favourite menu consists of Nacho Chips, complete with a drizzle of sour cream, cheese, fresh tomato salsa & jalapeno slices. Their Equites is not to be missed either, street-style corn in a cup with mayo butter, chilli flakes, crush chips, grated cheese and completed with a dash of parmesan.  
Credit: Rem I’nis  Want to try something a bit different? Why not try their Nacho Burger, served with nacho chips and nacho cheese, sour cream, fresh tomato salsa, sweet corn, jalapeno slices, smoked cheddar cheese and melted mozzarella cheese. Overall, if you are looking for a hearty, fulfilling meal with a little bit of kick of spicy, Rem I’nis could be your safe choice. Address: Location 6 Yishun Industrial Street 1, NorthView Bizhub, Singapore 768090 Operating Hours: Monday to Friday 11 AM – 5 PM Saturday 1 PM – 8 PM Price Range: $4.80 - $13.20 Halal Status: Muslim owned Instagram | Facebook P.S Searching for other Halal Mexican food? Click here to find more!   Need more Halal food guides in Singapore? Check out these articles: