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11 New Halal Cafes In Singapore You've Got To Add To Your List This 2021


Faruq Senin •  Jan 16, 2021


[Updated 15 September 2021] With mouthwatering dishes, a cosy ambience and coffee, halal cafes are always a great way to spend time with friends. Even though we can't dine in just yet, you can always plan in advance for your next brunch hangout with your friends! If you're constantly on the lookout for new spots to hang out at, it's time to check out the new cafes in Singapore that are halal. In recent months, we've seen a rise in the number of halal eateries and we're really excited ? So before restrictions start to ease and we may be able to dine in again, we've rounded up these 8 new halal cafes in Singapore that you should tick off your 2021 list! Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

1. The Bravery Cafe

Previously at Horne Road in Lavender, The Bravery Cafe has now moved to a new spot in the CBD! With a gorgeous modern interior, you can check out their yummy dishes like the Guac & Eggs with the sourdough made inhouse. Other yummy dishes also include the Pancakes Stack, Wholesome Breakfast as well as a range of pasta like the Chicken Ragu and Smoked Duck Aglio Olio. Don't miss out on their signature Lavender Latte, Matcha Latte and their freshly-baked assortment of brownies and burnt cheesecake too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

2. Fluff Stack

With 2 locations across Singapore (and 1 opening soon at Westgate!), Fluff Stack serves some of the fluffiest souffle pancakes with an airy texture that will melt in your mouth. Although the cafe isn't new, they just got halal-certified recently. It's also one of the few places where you can get halal souffle pancakes in Singapore. Pick from their top favourite dishes like the Mango Passion Fruit Souffle Pancakes, Oolong Boba Souffle Pancakes, Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancakes and more! Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

3. The White Label

Located very near to Masjid Sultan, The White Label is a halal French-Malayan fusion restaurant with a super Instagram-worthy interior! The founders of The White Label noticed a lack of halal French cuisine in Singapore, so they decided to put their own spin on it by infusing French cuisine with local flavours. Some of their signature dishes include Squid Ink Spaghetti (with in-house sotong masak hitam sauce) and Herb Crusted Lamb Rack. Their appetising desserts are a must-try too - savour the key lime curd and pandan-infused creme brulee for a sweet finish! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

4. Pancake Place

Popular cafe Royz Et Vous has just opened a new halal pancakes spot in Kampong Glam, and we’re all excited ? Opening from 4th September, they’re selling a whole bunch of delicious pancakes for you to try - including three unique pancake specials! From savoury to sweet, the Pancake Place’s dishes are breakfast delights you’re not going to want to miss.
Indulge in their Black Forest Pancakes ($18.90) - so sweet & chocolatey you’re not going to be able to resist. And if you’re not into sweet things, go for savoury! Pancake Place has a Grilled Tiger Prawn pancake dish ($19.90) that’s going to leave you wanting more ?This soft and fluffy pancake is inspired by local ingredients and spices to give you that mildly spicy flavour. Or if you'd like dessert for breakfast, their Cempedak pancakes ($16.90) are made out of natural Cempedak meat for you to enjoy rich, creamy and sweet flavours all in one bite. Halal-Status: Muslim-Owned Find out more

5. Comme Me Das

Credit: Commemedas on Instagram West siders, you'd want to check out Comme Me Das at Jurong East! The owners of Comme Me Das have actually worked at several well-known halal cafes before opening the cafe. The best part is that the food here is affordable for a cafe, with nothing going above $16. Be sure to get the Mariscos Platter, a combination of seafood with fresh mussels, seasoned butterfly prawns, calamari rings and more. The Grilled Frango is a delectable favourite as well, consisting of tomato herb rice and Portuguese chicken. Check out their bakes from MixNCo too like Salty Caramello, Berry Babe and fudgey brownies! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

6. ASAP & Co.

ASAP & Co. is a halal brunch spot in Kampong Glam, and they have a combined steakhouse-dessert bar concept so you don't have to choose between sweet or savoury anymore. With everything from Baby Dutch Pancakes Banana Brulee to their signature Prime Grade USDA Angus Flanken Short Ribs to house-smoked Black Angus beef, they have just what you need from brunch to dinner (and everything in-between). Make sure to try the Cempedak Creme Brulee before you leave! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

7. The Jelly Hearts Cafe

Credit: TheJellyHearts on Facebook You might have seen The Jelly Hearts stores in various shopping malls selling their signature jelly cheesecake. Now, you can even have some desserts and coffee at their newly opened cafe at Downtown East! With a pink interior and gorgeous lights, you can have a cup of latte here couple with waffles, gelato, chocolate lava cake, chocolate mousse cake and other delights! Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

8. Maxx Coffee

Indonesian coffee chain Maxx Coffee has been in Singapore for more than a year now and it has recently gotten its halal certification! What's unique here is their fusion blend of drinks like the Klepon Freddo, a mix of expresso, gula melaka, pandan and coconut. There's also Melaka Brulee Latte and Melaka Matcha Latte and Pandan Macchiato which are infused with local flavours too. Don't miss out on their Srikaya, pandan gula melaka cruffins and croque monsieur too! Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

9. Kraft Kitchen

Credit: Kraft Kitchen on Facebook Who doesn't love affordable comfort food? And Kraft Kitchen delivers just that! Tucked all the way in Tampines West, Kraft Kitchen specialises in pot pies, stews, steaks and pasta. Their beef rendang pot pie is a favourite, with a crusty pastry and yummy beef rendang while their Cajun Seafood Pot is also a real treat. If you're a fan of meats, be sure to try their featherblade steak which you can choose to have with cream baked rice too. For desserts, try their omakase chocolate dome, espresso iced cubes and toasted marshmallow coffee! Halal status: Halal-certified Instagram

10. Alto Cafe

At Alto Cafe, you can enjoy their "All-Day Brekkie" with scrumptious options like Papa Rosti, a combination of potato rosti, scrambled eggs and housemade yoghurt dill sauce on the side ? They also serve Runny Benny, the usual brunch fare with 2 poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and turkey ham. Or you can opt for Grande Breakfast which includes chicken bratwurst, scrambled eggs androasted portobello! Halal status: Muslim-owned (We've checked with the cafe and confirmed that their ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers. One of the owners of the cafe, who is also their Chef, is a Muslim.) Facebook

11. Steep Cafe

What this minimalist cafe lacks in the colours of their interior, they make up for in their yummy and colourful brunch food! They offer Melbourne-inspired brunch food in their menu, so if you're missing your last trip to the country down under, you know where to go. The Steep's Breakfast gets you a full plate of herb sausage, sautéed mushrooms, tater tots, avocado, sour dough, turkey bacon and your choice of either scrambled egg, sunny side up or poached. They have Ham and Cheese Croissants, French Toast and Egg On Toast if you're only up for light breakfast food. For those looking forward to the classics for brunch, get their Eggs Royale, Aglio Olio and Truffle Cream Pasta! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more Tag your cafe buddies and let them know about these 10 new halal cafes in Singapore! Time to plan your weekend cafe outing.