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Top 17 Romantic Halal Restaurants In SG For The Perfect Date Out


Qazzira Kamaluddin •  Jul 23, 2018


[UPDATED 18 June 2021] We’ve all been through that "fight" - arguing with our significant other on where to go for your next date night out. ? Since we're only allowed to dine out in groups of 2 from 21 June onwards, we're pretty sure there's a pent up demand and with so many places to eat in Singapore, finding the perfect place for a date can be a difficult task. (No wonder we end up so indecisive!) But fret not, you can now save all the hassle of googling where to eat because we’ve curated a list of 17 romantic Halal restaurants in Singapore you can take your partner to for a special meal out! Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

1. Royz Et Vous

What better way to celebrate the milestones of your relationship than with an excellent spread of steak, pasta and irresistible drinks? Known for their fine dining, Royz Et Vous never fails to impress us with their delicious food ? Not to mention that the restaurant's cosy and dim interior also makes it a suitable place for you and your other half to share a moment. If there are 2 dishes you have to try here, it has to be their Beef Short Ribs and Smoked Duck.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Average price: SGD25 (Mains) Find out more

2. The Halia

Located at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Halia has clinched Instagram popularity due to its stunning backdrop of lush greenery. Sounds like the perfect ambience for a special date. ? Known for their steaks and well-plated mains, their all-day menu includes full-blood Australian Blackmore Wagyu, Icon F1 Wagyu, and more. The signature Chilli Crab Spaghettini is also worth a mention, with generous amounts of crab meat in a mix of sweet, spicy and tangy sauce. This tantalising fusion of flavours is a treat not to be missed ? Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

3. The Malayan Council

Home to one of the best ondeh-ondeh cakes in Singapore (don’t fight me on this ?), The Malayan Council has won the hearts of so many of its fans. So what better way to win someone’s heart than by offering them a slice of ondeh-ondeh cake? For a heartier meal, indulge in their fusion dishes such as the all-time favourite Roti Kirai, Lamb Rack Sambal Balado Linguine, and Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi. ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

4. Elfuego by Collin's

Elfuego by Collin's is the first halal eatery by the Collin's Group (known for their chain of restaurants specialising in Western cuisine), and boy are you in for a treat! The restaurant boasts an open kitchen concept serving up delicious Western fare with a modern European flair - main dishes include slow-cooked chicken, pan-roasted toothfish, seared baby lamb rack, and charcoal-grilled steaks. ? Don't forget to check out the appetizers, with tantalizing choices such as Hokkaido Scallop Ceviche and Crispy Soft Shell Shrimp. Leave some room for dessert too - you'll want to try their offerings such as the Pomme Tarte Tatin and Cacao (one of their specially-created desserts featuring different chocolate flavours and textures in cocoa gateaux). Halal status: El Fuego is in the process of renewing its halal certification at the moment. We recommend you dine at your own discretion. Find out more

5. Noosh Halal Noodle Bar

Located in the scenic Marina Bay area, Noosh Halal Noodle Bar has a variety of fusion noodle dishes from around Asia perfect for that special meal out. Two of their most popular mains include the Creamy Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi Pasta and Chicken Satay Pasta. Trust us, the smoked duck pasta will leave your taste buds tingling - definitely not for the faint-hearted! Don't forget to try out their butterbeer too ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

6. The Royals Steakhouse

Fancy eating a steak for two? This little shophouse unit along Jalan Pisang has drawn both meat and non-meat lovers to devour premium cuts delivered fresh from Australia and New Zealand! With a fantastic array of appetizers to desserts, rest assured that you and your partner will be having a good night’s sleep after a fancy dinner at The Royals Steakhouse. Some of their must-haves include the Prime Tenderloin, the Cote de Boeuf and good 'ol lamb chops. The best part about this place is the intimacy, and how up close they bring the kitchen to you too. The Royals Steakhouse will be closing its outlet at Jln Pisang in March 2021 so do head over before they are gone.

Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

7. The Secret Garden by Zeekri

The Secret Garden by Zeekri is Singapore’s first halal French-inspired florist-brasserie that serves fine coffee, blooming floral teas, French cuisine and take-away delicate pastries. Other than yummy food, the brasserie has a concierge florist at your service, making it a convenient place to spend quality time with a loved one. Savour Pan-fried Foire Gras ($26), Herb-crusted Lamb Rack ($32), Parchment-Baked Chilean SeaBass ($26), TSG Butter Beer (non-alcoholic) ($9.50) and Blooming Floral Teas ($8.50). This CNY 2021, you can also sign up for a Couples Workshop ($180 per couple) on flower arrangement with brunch (including a craft kit and flowers to take home) from 9.30am-11.30am. If you're celebrating your birthday, you'll be entitled to a small arrangement of fresh flowers (IC needed for verification). Halal status: Muslim -owned Find out more

8. Daya Izakaya

As the only halal izakaya in Singapore, Daya Izakaya serves scrumptious Japanese fare such as Kaminabe (mini paper hot pot), Sashimi, Maki, Kushiyaki, Agemono and more. The decor of the restaurant will make you feel like you're in Japan! From 12-14 Feb 2021, couples can enjoy Daya Izakaya's Valentine's Day Set Meal at $99 (U.P. $118) which consists of Daya Izakaya's signature dishes at an attractive price. Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

9. The White Label

Credit: twl_sg on Instagram 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

10. Wanderlost Lounge

Set in the midst of skyscrapers in Singapore’s CBD, Wanderlost Lounge's nice rooftop space and chic decor are perfect for chilling out and socialising. Not only is the space pretty cool, Wanderlost has creative mocktails inspired by childhood novels too. The drinks are flavoured with natural distillates, spices, and fruits. They serve savoury dishes to go along with your cocktails - from NZ Striploin Steak to Black Angus Ribeye, Mentaiko Scallops and more! Halal status: Muslim-ownedFind out more

11. Fairytail Bar

From the team that brought you Wanderlost Lounge, Fairytail Bar is a non-alcoholic Muslim-owned rooftop hangout spot in Tiong Bahru! The spot opened in early September and its concept is an ode to Singapore's bird-keeping tradition, with beverages served in birdcages and other bird-themed cups. The names of the beverages are also really interesting such as Yellow Flamingo, Eurasian Sparrow and Buffy Owl. If you're feeling hungry, let their gastronomic treats fill your tummy. Savour their Signature Lamb Stew Ragout, Duck Pasta, Basque Burnt Cheesecake and more! Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

12. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

We love how this list brings us to different destinations without having to leave Singapore. This time, we're bringing you to Sweden! While many are flocking over to IKEA for a halal Swedish fix, bring your significant other for a date at Fika instead. They have an extensive menu starts from breakfast, so if you’re convincing your partner to head out early – this is the best reason to do so. I mean, who can resist a good brunch right? Fika's popular mains include their Swedish meatballs (served with potatoes, cream and jam) and the Swedish lamb stew. Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

13. Tipo Pasta Bar

Who doesn't love pasta on a date? Have your very own Lady and the Tramp moment at Tipo Pasta Bar, a small eatery located on North Bridge Road. Run by The Black Hole Group who are also behind other eateries like (working title) and The Mad Sailors, Tipo specialises in making artisanal pasta in-house, which are then used to make hearty, comforting pasta dishes. You can build your own pasta dish by choosing the type of pasta you want, along with your sauce of choice (options include, aglio olio, beef ragu and alfredo, among others) as well as any additional toppings. If you get overwhelmed don't worry, they have recommended combinations you can opt to follow too. Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

14. Positano Risto

Positano Risto is a quaint restaurant along the busy streets of Bussorah that serves 100% halal Italian cuisine, particularly pasta, pizza, braised lamb shanks, and short ribs! It's become a popular eatery in the Bugis area for their rich and authentic Italian flavours, and the generous portions too! ? Choose from flavourful plates of spaghetti and pasta, or treat yourself to a delicious pizza or calzone with extra crunchy crusts. Try out their signature Boston Lobster Fettucine for a special occasion - this amazing dish features a whole lobster and is meant to be for two people to share! Or you could also split one of their pizzas to really kick-start your journey into Italy. The Roma-style thin crust of their pizzas are nicely-browned and topped with Italy’s most-loved grana padano cheese. Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

15. Steak Me

You can never have too much steak, can you? In case you're wondering, Steak Me is owned by the famous Chef Amri, who used to manage Le Steak at the very same spot! Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city at Jalan Kayu, Steak Me promises you quiet time with your partner. Its romantic ambience is definitely a plus point! They have an array of tantalising steaks and different cuts of meat for you to choose from ? For those of you who want a taste of premium meat, try their Wagyu Ribeye and Wagyu Tomahawk for a satisfying meal. Steak Me serves other mouth-watering options like freshly shucked oysters and braised short ribs too. Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more

16. Spize (Rifle Range outlet)

Tucked away near Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Spize @ Temasek Club offers a gorgeous view of the greenery by the window. True to Spize’s identity, you can expect generous portions of mouthwatering food of Asian, Western and Mediterranean flavours served here, like Nasi Goreng Ikan Bilis, Fish and Chips, and Grilled Chicken Pesto. Some mains can even be shared so you’ll have space for dessert! In fact an impressive array of desserts awaits you - like glorious Belgian waffles, Lavender Creme Brulee, and a 70% Dark Chocolate brownie topped with your choice of Italian gelato. A perfect way to end a memorable night out! ? Halal status: Halal-certified Find out more

17. Kucina Italian Restaurant

Kucina Italian Restaurant was one of the earliest halal eateries that focused solely on artisanal Italian food. 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 actually an Italian-Muslim revert with extensive experience in the industry, so you know the food is the real deal! Popular dishes include their stuffed Tortellini pasta and pizzas topped with fresh, delicious ingredients. Try out some of the more unique offerings on the menu, including the La Barca (a Sicilian boat-shaped pizza) as well as the gnocchi served with fresh salmon and leeks in a tomato cream sauce. Get the dessert platter to have a taste of all the main desserts available on that day, with treats such a cannoli, tiramisu, panna cotta and more. Halal status: Muslim-owned Find out more Whoever said that Singapore is too boring for a date night out is definitely not looking in the right places. With these 17 amazing halal eateries, you can treat your partners to a little pampering which they deserve. Plus, with good food and gorgeous interiors, who could possibly say no?