SUKIYA: Japan's Leading Chain Restaurant Is Now Halal-Certified In Singapore, Here's What You Can Expect


Syahirah Mazlan •  Jul 26, 2023

True and authentic halal Japanese food can be hard to find in Singapore, especially because there aren't many halal or Muslim-friendly options to go around. Even if you do find a place that offers them, the prices can be quite steep. ? But now, lovers of Japanese cuisine can rejoice because  SUKIYA, the leading chain restaurant in Japan is now halal-certified in Singapore! 

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With multiple outlets in Singapore, SUKIYA is very well established in the Japanese dining scene. The first of its restaurants was opened in Yokohama, Japan in 1982 where it quickly became a well-loved brand amongst the locals. ? When SUKIYA expanded outside of Japan it opened 600 stores worldwide including in South-east Asia and Latin America. Its mission to serve authentic Japanese food with reliable quality at affordable prices spread throughout the world. ?

SUKIYA prides itself on using only safe and high-quality ingredients as well as providing reasonably priced meals at convenient locations! The brand wants to provide a place where everyone, regardless of race and religion. ?As for their dishes, SUKIYA doesn’t disappoint! Choose your pick from a whole selection of dishes such as Gyudon, Beef Yakiniku, Japanese Curry, Yakitori and Karaage and much more. So don’t get overwhelmed by the number of choices you can make. ? You might get too excited about all your options because there are just so many!

Take a look at their mouth-watering Gyudon menu that includes everything from Melted Cheese Gyudon to Grated Daikon & Ponzu Sauce Gyudon and much more! For those who want a spicy kick, try their Spring Onion & Half Boiled Egg Gyudon made with tenderly cooked thin sliced beef covered with fresh spring onion and sweet and spicy Korean chilli pepper sauce with a half-boiled egg on top. ?

Or if you’re more of a Japanese curry kind of person, you can’t go wrong with their curry rice dishes. Get their Curry Rice With Yakiniku which has a sweet and savoury yakiniku sauce on top or even their Curry Rice With Kaarage that’s crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside! All of their bowls are hearty, authentic and delicious, it’ll definitely keep you happy and satisfied. ?

But if you’re worried about their portion sizes being too small, we’re here to tell you that you don’t have to! SUKIYA lets you choose your own portion sizes for all of their dishes (from S / M / XM / L / XL). ?And the price for each dish varies according to the portion size. The menu will even tell you how much Beef to Rice ratio you can expect so that you can make a decision on how much you’d like to eat!

There are even Low Carb Bowl alternatives if you’re looking for to enjoy their dishes but are cutting out carbs. You can choose from three of their Low Carb Gyudon Bowls where their signature gyudon is served on top of tofu as a substitute for rice. 

Now that SUKIYA is halal-certified, you have to pay a visit to try their authentic Japanese dishes made with quality ingredients, and at affordable prices for the everyday man! ? Be sure to SHARE this with your friends and family so you can dine with them and appreciate SUKIYA’s tasty recipes and passion towards their craft.

SUKIYA Singapore

Halal status: Halal-certified

*Note: Certain outlets are still going through halal-certification process by MUIS.

Outlets (Halal-certified):
- Marina Square

- Funan
- 313@Somerset
- Jewel Changi Airport
- Heartland Mall Kovan
- Compassvale Bow

- Sengkang Grand Mall 
- Suntec City
- Waterway Point

- Plaza Singapura 
- Century Square

- Square 2 
- Changi City Point

Address & Opening hours: Click here for the full list

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