Here’s a quick look at our list of halal eateries in Singapore:

  • Kucina Italian Restaurant
  • So Pho
  • Afterwit (Mexican/Asian Fusion Cuisine)
  • Maki-San
  • Andes by Astons
  • (working title)
  • Hei Sushi
  • Koh Nangkam
  • Local Cuisine
  • Hjh Maimunah Restaurant
  • Tang Tea House
  • Zam Zam
  • Haji Kadir Sup Tulang
  • Encik Tan
  • Straits Kitchen
  • AquaMarine
  • Carousel

Singapore is, without a doubt, FOOD PARADISE😍  Honestly, sometimes there’s no better feeling than discovering a newly certified halal eatery to stuff your face with (more) food😂 True, Singapore certainly has no shortage of halal eateries to choose from but have you ever wondered where are some of the best places to go for a full-on, gastronomic adventure?

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Here’s our ultimate guide to the BEST halal eateries in the country, from local to international cuisine! A word of caution, try not to visit these eateries all in one day… or do, we won’t stop you😛

P.S. If you’re looking for exciting attractions to visit to walk off your food coma, you can find a list of top attractions on our website here!

International Cuisine
1. Kucina Italian Restaurant

Italy’s wonderful and all but it’s not exactly the most accessible place when you’re craving pasta! Meaning kitchen in Italian, Kucina is truly a blessing to Muslim diners looking to enjoy classic Italian fare like gnocchi and creative, contemporary dishes like polenta fries 😮

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From the classic margarita pizza to bestsellers like pizzotto, this restaurant is perfect for family dinners and intimate gathering with friends😁

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Oh, and don’t forget to order their mouth-watering desserts like tiramisu nutella, pannacotta, chocolate orange cheesecake… we’re getting hungry just from writing this😂

Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: OneKM Mall, 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, #B1-09/10
Operating hours: Daily; 11.30am – 10.00pm
Contact: +65 6493 2154 | Facebook

2. So Pho

Craving for a hot bowl of yummy, comfort goodness? 😋 Head down to So Pho, a halal Vietnamese chain restaurant that serves all kind of traditional Vietnamese dishes ranging from soup noodles and wraps to rice bowls and traditional sandwiches.


To make ordering more convenient, the restaurant provides order sheets at each table. Customers can take their time to decide what they want before filling up the order sheet. 🙂

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The star dish would definitely be the pho, a type of Vietnamese noodle soup typically made from beef stock. Springy noodles with light and flavourful broth, you’d definitely want to try this if you’re looking for something light! A pretty un-pho-gettable meal to be quite honest😉

You also have the option of choosing the meat – either beef or chicken. If you’re up for some bite-sized appetisers, we’d recommend the flavourful rice wraps or crispy, fried spring rolls! For a lighter meal, you might want to opt for the banh mi – a Vietnamese snack consisting of a baguette typically filled with meat, pickled vegetables, and chili.

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

*Do note that all outlets are halal certified except the ones in Changi Airport T3, Jewel Changi Airport and Ion Orchard (as of 14/9/18).

Address: So Pho has various outlets across the country! For a full list, click here.
Opening hours: Open daily, 11am – 10pm

3. Afterwit (Mexican/Asian Fusion Cuisine)

Afterwit, the quaint little café along North Bridge Road that everyone’s been taco-ing about! (Pun intended 😝)  Serving up a variety of unique tacos, cheesy quesadillas and ever so filling burritos, this café is a must visit 👍

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What’s really interesting about Afterwit is that they infuse local flavors into classic Mexican cuisine. Some flavors include nasi lemak (chicken, coconut rice, sambal), beef biryani burritos and even dendeng tacos! Though a little on the pricey side, the rich and unique flavors totally make up for it😍

[P.S. Around the Bugis area? Check out these 10 halal cafes for your hipster café hopping adventures!]

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If you’re looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, they serve dessert tacos too! Warning, you might suffer from a food coma after eating here (we definitely did😅)

Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746
Contact: +65 6299 3508
Operating hours: Sunday to Thursday – 12pm to 10pm, Friday and Saturday – 12pm to 11pm
Website | Facebook

4. Maki-San

Maki-your-own-sushi right here at Maki-San😛  If you’re a picky eater and need your meal to be personalised to the very last detail, this is the place for you. Plus, it’s super affordable!

Salted Egg Sauce – a house special

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Start by choosing which wrap you’d like your maki in – traditional nori (seaweed), crepe (egg wrap) or healthy soy wrap. Next, choose your carbs. For the health-conscious, they offer brown rice option as well! Then, take your pick of ingredients, sprinkles and sauces to complete your maki! I really wasn’t kidding when I said your maki is personalized right down to the very detail😌

If you’re craving for something crispy (or just feel like eating something unhealthy), opt to fry your sushi at a small additional price! Do note that you can only opt for this if you chose the traditional nori wrap.

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[P.S. If you’re craving for more of that salted egg, we have five other salted egg dishes you have to try in Singapore!]

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

Address: They have a few outlets across Singapore
Opening Hours: Differs according to the outlet
Website | Facebook

5. Andes by Astons

Ever walked by Astons and caught a tantalizing whiff of their succulent, juicy meats but sighed in disappointment at the lack of halal certification? Introducing Andes, the halal counterpart to this favourite local franchise!

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Char-grilled steaks and chicken, sinful mac ‘n’ cheese, baked potatoes, creamy coleslaw… you name it, they have it! Everything you want in a Western meal all on one plate, at affordable prices.

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#HHWT Tip: Order your steak in medium rare for maximum juiciness!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

Address: Multiple outlets across Singapore

Operating Hours: Daily, 11.30pm – 10 pm
Website | Facebook

6. (working title)

This cosy little hipster den serves really good coffee and the most amaaaazing burgers😋 Managed by the same people behind Afterwit, (working title) is one of the top go-to cafes in the Bugis area, serving up platter after platter of generously stacked burgers with some seasoned fries on the side.


With creatives names like Baconator, Fowl Play and The Working Title Tower of Power, you can expect super filling burgers bursting with flavour!

If you’re still feeling peckish, order their Garlic Tatter Tots or the many other snacks they have on the menu.  We’re absolutely in love with their Ribena Wings; a combination that shouldn’t work but it just does in the best way possible😊

Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: 48 Arab Street, Singapore 199745
Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday – 11am to 10pm, Friday – 11am to 11pm, Saturday & Sunday –  10am to 11pm
Contact: +65 8248 2841 | Website

7. Hei Sushi

If you’ve always walked past sushi restaurants and wished there was a halal one where the sushi is served on a conveyor belt, you have to head down to Hei Sushi! It is Singapore’s first halal kaiten sushi restaurant and as the name suggests, the sushi travels on a conveyor belt. You can conveniently reach out and take any sushi which appeals to you! Check the colour of each plate for the price of the sushi☺️

#HHWT tip: If you don’t see what you want on the conveyor belt, just order your dish using the iPad at your table!

Must-try dishes include the Aburi sushi and the Shake Tobimayo – seared salmon topped with tobimayo sauce (flying fish roe sauce & mayonnaise). The salmon was seared to the right degree and the sauce complemented the dish perfectly. Yummy!

Hei Shake (breaded prawn sushi rice roll layered with salmon slices, flying fish roe and cheese sauce)

Apart from these dishes, you cannot miss Hei Sushi’s specialty makimono. It’s one of those comfort dishes that really hits the spot😌 With artistic creations such as the Spider Maki (soft shell crab and lettuce wrapped in perilla leaf) and Sunshine Maki (breaded prawn sushi layered with mango), you’ll definitely be back for more!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

Address: They have a few outlets across Singapore
Opening Hours: Differs by outlet

[P.S. Still not convinced? Check out 10 reasons why you should visit Hei Sushi now!]

8. Koh Nangkam

We all have those days when we just randomly crave for Thai food, and what better place to go to than Koh Nangkam? We’ve lost count of the number of times we’ve dined here because it’s just that good! Expect the same authentic, rich flavours you get eating in Thailand here, with traditional dishes like pad thai, fiery tom yum soup and more.
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We’re personally massive fans of their green curry and pandan chicken; our meal doesn’t feel complete without them whenever we dine here! Wash it all down with a huge towering glass of Thai milk tea 😉 Though a little on the sweet side, the (extra) sugar can soothe the spiciness (at least temporarily) from the spicy dishes!

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Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: 4 & 6 Jalan Kledek
Operating Hours: Daily, 12pm to 10pm
Contact: 6392 2172


Local Cuisine
9. Spize

Spize is everyone’s go to eatery for local and international comfort food, especially when you’re with family or a large group of friends. The best part? It’s open till the wee hours in the morning for those hungry souls out there in need of some supper😉

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Serving everything from your typical plate of nasi goreng, Mediterranean wraps, pasta dishes to Western classics like burgers and fish and chips, we can assure that you definitely won’t go hungry here!

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#HHWT Tip: For groups above 20 pax, do remember to reserve your slot in advance!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)


  1. 336 Bedok Rd, The Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469512
  2. 409 River Valley Road Singapore 248307
  3. 131 Rifle Range Road #03-04 Singapore 588406

Opening hours: 

  1. Sunday to Thursday – 12pm to 2am, Friday, Saturday & Eve of PH – 12pm to 3am
  2. Sunday to Thursday – 12pm to 5am, Friday, Saturday & Eve of PH – 12pm to 6am
  3. Weekdays – 8am to 11pm, Weekends – 8am to 11pm

Contact: +65 6734 9194 (Bedok)+65 6337 7493 (River Valley) / +65 6337 7493 (Rifle Range)

10. Hjh Maimunah Restaurant

Serving a wide array of scrumptious kampung styled traditional Malay and Indonesian dishes,Hajah Maimunah Restaurant is a cult favourite amongst the locals! Standout dishes include Beef Rendang (braised beef), Sambal Belachan (chilli and shrimp paste), Ayam Bakar Padang (grilled chicken), Tahu Telor (deep-fried beancurd) and Ikan Bakar (grilled fish).

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If you somehow still have room in your belly for dessert, the restaurant also serves traditional desserts such as Kueh Lapis (layered cake) and Ondeh Ondeh (a Pandan dessert filled with palm sugar)!

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#HHWT Tip: We recommend dining as a group as the portions are huge! You can try to finish everything on your own but we don’t recommend it 😝

Still not convinced? The restaurant was even awarded the Bib Gourmand rating in the inaugural Michelin Guide Singapore 2016!

Halal Status: Muslim Owned


  1. 11 & 15 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199078
  2. 20 Joo Chiat Road #01-02 Singapore 427357

Contact: +65 6297 4294 (Jalan Pisang) / +65 6348 5457 (Joo Chiat)
Opening hours:

  1. Jalan Pisang Outlet – 7am to 8pm (Open daily except Sunday)
  2. Joo Chiat Outlet – 8am to 9pm (Open daily except Monday)
11. Tang Tea House

Now, you may see Chinese food all around the island but very few of them are halal-certified. 😔 Among the halal-certified Chinese eateries, the best place to try Zi Char (a term used by locals to describe home-style and comfort dishes) would be Tang Tea House! With 3 outlets island-wide, the rustic restaurant serves halal dim sum and other authentic Chinese local dishes. Best of all, the Bedok outlet opens till 3am – perfect supper spot 😜


We highly recommend trying the fried bee hoon (stir-fried rice vermicelli), hor fun (flat rice noodle) and everyone’s favourite – chicken rice! Another popular dish is the sinful but utterly delicious Pan Fried Crispy Bee Hoon. Craving for these yummy dishes yet? Check out their menu to get a better feel of what they serve!


Also well-known for the authenticity and freshness of its halal dim sum, Tang Tea House serves dishes ranging from Shanghai steamed dumplings, Siew Mai, Har Kow and their famous Golden Sand Pau (Liu Sha Pau)! The risk of you overindulging is very high so you’ve been warned! 😂

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)


  1. Simpang Bedok Outlet: Shop Houses No. 357/359, 357 Bedok Road, Singapore 469545
  2. Jalan Kayu Outlet: 242 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799466
  3. Jurong Outlet: 414 Jurong West St 42, #01-783, Singapore 640414
  4. Changi Village: 57 Lorong Bekukong, Singapore 499173

Contact:  +65 6445 9100 (Bedok) / 6483 2298 (Jalan Kayu) / 6493 2522 (Jurong)/ 6386 4859 (Changi)
Opening hours:

  1. Sunday to Thursday – 11am to 2am,  Friday, Saturday & PH – 11am to 3am (Bedok)
  2. Daily, 11am to 3am (Jalan Kayu)
  3. Sunday to Thursday – 7am to 11pm, Friday & Saturday – 7am to 12am (Jurong)
  4. Sunday to Thursday – 11am to 12am, Friday,  Saturday & Eve of PH- 11am to 2am (Changi)
12. Zam Zam

Home to the most popular murtabak in Singapore, the century-old Zam Zam restaurant is conveniently located at North Bridge Road. When ordering murtabak, you can choose between mutton, beef, chicken and even deer! Though all options sound very appealing, we’d recommend their mutton variation. Served with an extra layer of fried plain prata at the bottom and an egg with minced mutton on top, this dish is worth every. Single. Calorie.

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If mutton isn’t your calling, try their chicken murtabak instead! With tender chunks of masala chicken wrapped in a fluffy egg prata, it’s a good alternative to its’ red meat brothers. Aside from murtabak, Zam Zam also serves other dishes such as Roti Prata, Mee Goreng, Biryani, Fish Curry and more!
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Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: 697 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198675
Contact: +65 6298 6320
Operating hours: Open daily, 7am to 11pm

13. Haji Kadir Sup Tulang

You maaaay have to get your hands a little dirty for this next eatery😉 Any local will tell you that the best place to get sup tulang, or mutton bone marrow soup, is Haji Kadir Sup Tulang! Their signature dish is basically a huge pile of hollow bones with bits of meat dangling in a sea of thick red gravy, which is enough to bring out the primitive side in anyone!

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This is also the kind of dish that you have to eat with your hands for the full experience! No utensils necessary though, be warned, your fingers will be stained red for a few days (at the very least😝).

#HHWT Tip: The bone marrow is honestly the best part of this dish. Don’t knock it till you try it!

If sup tulang isn’t your thing, you can still sample other dishes like mee kuah, nasi goreng, mee gorneg and more!

Halal Status: Muslim Owned

Address: 505 Beach Road, #B1-13/15 Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583
Operating hours: Daily, 12.30pm-01.30am (Closed on alternate Wednesday)

14. Encik Tan

We don’t know about you but we’re always on the lookout for affordable, halal Chinese food! We’ve only recently heard of Encik Tan, though the establishment has been around for a few years.
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Yet another eatery where Muslims can enjoy halal Chinese cuisine, Encik Tan serves up dishes from the classic wanton noodle and fishball noodle to carrot cake and popiah. Their signature noodle is a must try – a big, hearty bowl of wanton mee with fishballs, slices of fishcake, a chicken meatball, and dumpling. Plus, it’s super affordable, being under SGD5!

Halal Status: Halal Certified

Note: All Encik Tan establishments are halal-certified by MUIS except the outlets in Rail Mall, Northpoint City, Singpost Centre, and Alexandra Retail Centre.

Address: Various outlets
Operating hours: Various timings

15. Straits Kitchen

Whether you’re a local having a staycation or a tourist spending the night at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, you have to try the buffet spread at Straits Kitchen. Local cuisine is served in a contemporary style, with an amazing spread of Chinese, Malay and Indian food! Yup, this includes local desserts too😋

HHWT Ramadan Iftar Straits Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Singapore
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Imagine your normal hawker fare but with elevated flavors and comfy seats in an air-conditioned area! Aside from local cuisine, you can also sample Middle Eastern dishes like naan and tandoori chicken.

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Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

Address: Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
Opening Hours: Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm (Mon-Fri), 12.30pm to 3pm (Sat, Sun, PH), Dinner – 6pm to 10.30pm
Contact: Call 6732 1234 for reservations or book online here.

16. AquaMarine

As you would expect from a name like this, AquaMarine’s seafood spread is pretty amazing – HELLO Alaskan King Crab! With all that fresh seafood, international AND local delights, it’s really not hard to see why people can’t stop raving about this buffet.
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Of course, given the fact that they use only the freshest and highest quality ingredients, Aquamarine is on the pricer side. But everyone should splurge every now and then right?🙈

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Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Operating Hours: 
Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm (Mon to Fri), 12pm to 3pm (Sat – Sun, Public Holidays), Dinner – 6.30pm to 10pm
 Call +65 6845 1111

17. Carousel

A scrumptious international spread of seafood, sashimi, local favorites (Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, etc), Asian delights (Thai, Chinese, Indiana, etc) and of course an amazing desert corner! Oh, and they have not one, but THREE amazing chocolate fondues!😍
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With such exquisite dishes available at Carousel, it comes as no surprise that they’ve bagged several awards since opening and was even voted best buffet in Singapore by AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards for 7 years running!
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#HHWT Tip: If you’d like to make reservations for more than 2 months in advance, it’s best to reserve online!

Halal Status: Halal Certified (by MUIS)

Address: Lobby Level in Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Rd, S 228220
Operating Hours: Lunch – 12pm to 2pm, Dinner – 6.30pm to 9.30pm (Check out their opening hours for breakfast and high tea here.)

Phew! This list barely covers the tip of the iceberg of the best halal eateries in SG, with other hidden gems waiting to be discovered! These are just a few of our personal favourites, so if you have any to add, do leave a comment below and let us know😊 Till then, happy eating😁

P.S. On your gastronomic adventure around this foodie island, why not stretch your legs and visit nearby attractions? You can find more information on top attractions and nearby prayer spaces all on our website here!

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