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15 Best Halal Indonesian Restaurants In Singapore You Must Try

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Amira Rahmat •  Jul 12, 2022

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From authentic Satay to Tahu Telor to Sup Buntut to Nasi Padang, Indonesian food has so much to offer. You won’t need to leave Singapore or cross the borders to satisfy your cravings for authentic Indonesian food as there are so many halal Indonesian restaurants all over the country. Without further ado, here are the 15 best halal Indonesian restaurants in Singapore to visit with your family and friends!
1. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
Craving for some Indonesian food but not quite sure exactly what to order? Perhaps it’s time to visit Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant's buffet! Here, there is a glorious spread of traditional Balinese and fusion Indonesian fare such as Gulai Tunjang (beef curry), Ayam Panggang (charcoal-grilled chicken) and Sop Buntut Toraja (oxtail soup)! Don’t forget to make some room for desserts as well. Dive into the array of kueh from Bubur Cha Cha to Sago Gula Melaka. Kintamani's Eat-All-You-Can buffet spread is perfect for a great meal with your loved ones - click through to find out how you can get 10% off your bill when you dine in! #HHWT Tip: There is also a musollah if you need to do your prayers - it is located on level three, along the same hallway as the restaurant. Halal status: Halal-certified Buffet price:Weekday Buffet (Mon-Thurs) Lunch: $35.80++ (adults) Dinner: $40.80++ (adults) Weekend Buffet (Fri-Sun) Lunch: $38.80++(adults) Dinner: $43.80++(adults) Children enjoy 40% Off (Age 6-12) Senior citizens enjoy 30% Off (Age 60 and above) Opening hours: Open daily; 12.15AM-11.45PM (Buffet hours: 12PM-2.30PM, 6PM-10.30PM) Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Level 2 The Square @ Furama Riverfront, Singapore 169633 Delivery via: OnlineReservations:Online or call +65 67396468 Website | Facebook | Instagram
2. Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House
You won’t need to take a ferry to Batam or fly to Jakarta for a taste of Indonesian food because you can have them right here! Tok Tok specialises in hearty soup dishes and street snacks for an authentic and affordable meal. We highly recommend trying the Soto Madura, where you can enjoy a robust broth cooked with tender beef chunks, or street food staples like Siomay Bandung fish dumplings. There are also options like Nasi Campur Bali, Mie Ayam Bakso, and Nasi Kuning! For the sweet tooth, complete your Indonesian experience with sweet delights like Roti Bakar and Es Cendol. Halal status: Halal-certified Opening Hours: Open daily, 11AM-9PM Address: Orchard Road - 313 Orchard Rd, [email protected] #B3-10, Singapore 238895 Joo Chiat - 467 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427678 Reservation via: This LinkDelivery via: GrabFood Website | Facebook | Instagram
3. Cumi Bali
Cumi Bali is a casual eatery where you can dine on a spread of Indonesian and Balinese classics! They have something for everyone here, whether you like seafood, meat or chicken. As the name of the restaurant suggests, Cumi Bali is one of the popular dishes on the menu - a flame-grilled squid topped off with a sweet black sauce! Sate Madura is also another must-try. Imagine sinking your teeth into tender chicken pieces covered in sweet soy sauce and grilled to have a distinct and smoky flavour. ? Complete your meal with Cumi Bali Es Cendol for dessert! Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $11 Opening hours: Open daily; 11.30AM - 3PM, 6PM-9.30PM Address: 50 Tras St, Singapore 078989 Reservations: Call +65 93852116 Website | Facebook | Instagram
4. Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut
Tucked away in a corner of Lucky Plaza is Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut. Their speciality? Tender and juicy crispy Bebek Goreng Original fried duck! ? It's similar to the more commonly known Ayam Penyet, but with an extra-crispy skin and a whole new taste. They also have Sangan Crispy Fried Duck which is pan-fried without oil, Ayam Penyet Original made with their own signature spice blend, and a variety of soups and side dishes to round out your meal. Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $10 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM - 9.30PM Address: Jurong East - 3 Gateway Dr, Westgate #B1-11, Singapore 608532 Orchard Road - 304 Orchard Rd, Lucky Plaza #01-42, Singapore 238863 Delivery via: Call or order via GrabFood, Deliveroo, foodpanda Contact: +65 67344787 (Orchard Rd) or +65 65654787 (Jurong East) Website | Facebook | Instagram
5. Tambuah Mas Indonesian Restaurant
Tambuah Mas's menu features home-style cooking from Padang, Sulawesi and Java. The Tahu Telur is the first delicious dish to try here - they use a family recipe dating back generations! ? Don't forget irresistible dishes such as Sop Buntut, a spicy oxtail soup that is stewed slowly to perfection, and Ayam Goreng Istimewa with crispy fried chicken served slathered with a golden spice blend. Helmed by native Indonesian chefs in the kitchen, you can be sure that you will only get the most authentic flavours. Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $14 Opening hours: Differs in each outlet, do check their website for more informatiom Address: Great World City - 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Great World City #B1-110/111, Singapore 237994 Orchard Road - 290 Orchard Rd, Paragon #B1-44, Singapore 238859 Tanglin - 19 Tanglin Rd, Tanglin Shopping Centre #04-10/13, Singapore 247909 Delivery via:Reservations: Call +65 67333333 (Only available for Tanglin outlet) Website | Facebook | Instagram
6. Pagi Sore
Pagi Sore is a halal Indonesian restaurant with a humble beginning. It started off as a Nasi Padang stall which has evolved into a full-fledged restaurant serving Balinese, Javanese and Padang cuisine! Over its 21-year history, it has maintained its traditional Indonesian taste while incorporating various cooking styles into the preparation process. Pair their fragrant banana leaf-wrapped rice, with their signature dishes - Tumis Kangkong Belachan, Tahu Telor, Gulai curries, and Ayam Bali! Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $11 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-3PM (Last order 2.15PM), 5.30PM to 9PM (Last order 8PM) Address: 88/90 Telok Ayer St, Far East Square, Singapore 048470 Delivery via: This LinkContact: Call +65 62256002 Website | Facebook | Instagram
7. Warong Nasi Pariaman
Warong Nasi Pariaman was founded in 1948 and is one of the longest-surviving Nasi Padang stalls in Singapore! Here's where you can get a casual and affordable Indonesian meal with a range of dishes including Ayam Opor, Begedil, and their popular Ikan Bakar drizzled with lime and a dash of Sambal Balado. Don’t be surprised to see queues during lunchtime, so come a little earlier before your favourite dishes are sold out! Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 7.30AM - 3PM; closed on Wednesdays Address: 738 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198704 Reservations: Call +65 62925898 Facebook | InstagramP.S. Check out more halal eateries in Bugis here to add to your afternoon plans!
8. Taliwang Restaurant
For your fix of Lombok food, head on down to this halal Indonesian restaurant! Taliwang specialises in grilled dishes, and their scrumptious go-to options include Udang Balado, Ayam Bakar Taliwang (marinated in their own special sauce!), and Ikan Bakar Taliwang. If that’s not enough to tantalise your taste buds, then you have to try their Satay Rembiga made with Australian grass-fed Tenderloin marinated in Indonesian spices and grilled medium-well. If you can handle spicy food, you’ll love their spicy satay gravy for sure! 😍 Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM - 10PM Address: 26 Kandahar St, Singapore 198888 Delivery via:OnlineReservations: This LinkWebsite | Facebook | Instagram
9. Ayam Penyet Ria
When the Ayam Penyet trend first hit Singapore, Ayam Penyet Ria was one of the restaurants that offered the dish! Since then, they've expanded to 5 outlets islandwide and they're still offering the same simple but delicious items on their menu. Make sure to try their signature Ayam Penyet + Nasi, Ayam Bakar + Nasi, and Embal Penyet + Nasi to see what the hype's about! Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $8 Address and opening hours: Multiple locations Delivery via: Click on this link for multiple optionsInstagram
10. Kulon
Authentic Javanese Bakmi is hard to find in Singapore, but Kulon manages to dish it out - with over 10 types of noodle bowls to choose from! Though the bowls may look simple the noodles are chewy and springy, soaking up the flavour of the toppings and keeping you going back for more. Make sure to try their signature dry noodles, including flavours like Bakmi Sambal Merah, Bakmi Kaldu, and Bakmi Crispy which come with Javanese marinated fried chicken thighs! Or add on sides including Bakso Goreng, and Kulit Pangsit Goreng to take your meal to the next level. Halal status: Muslim-owned Average price: $9 Opening hours: Tues-Fri (11:30AM – 3:30PM, 5:30PM – 9:30PM), Sat-Sun (11:30AM – 9:30PM); closed on Mondays Address: 30 Bali Ln, Singapore 189866 Website | Facebook | Instagram
11. Rumah Makan Minang
This restaurant specialises exclusively in Indonesian Minangkabau cuisine. They serve a wide range of traditional Indonesian dishes from the ever-popular tahu bakar and rendang, as well as other delicacies like botok-botok (fish marinated in a medley of ground spices and then steamed in banana leaf wrap). With a setup similar to nasi padang, you can pick and choose the dishes you want to have before finding a seat and enjoying your meal. We recommend visiting with your friends or family just so you can try a little bit of everything as it's all too good to pass up! Halal status: Halal-certified Average price: $12 Outlets and opening hours: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #B1-47A, 528523 10.30am-8.30pm daily; closed on Tuesdays 18 & 18A Kandahar Street, 198884 9am-7pm daily; closed on Tuesdays Reservation via: This LinkOrder via: This LinkWebsite | Instagram
12. Coba Coba
Coba Coba is famous for its Nasi Padang and Nasi Ambeng platters, which are perfect for sharing with a friend or family while you catch up over the week! With over 10 dishes arranged around freshly steamed rice, this hearty meal will leave you feeling full and content from the first bite to the last. From favourites like beef rendang and sambal goreng to authentic Padang dishes like ayam kalio, they even have solo-sized platters if you want it all to yourself 🤤 Halal status: Halal-certified Addresses: 20 Beatty Rd, Singapore 209947 156 Yishun Street 11, #01-106, Singapore 760156 Opening hours: 8AM-7.30PM (Yishun outlet) 8AM-3PM (Jalan Besar outlet) Both close every Tuesday Website | Facebook | Instagram
13. Papa Ayam
Papa Ayam is the first halal Indonesian eatery in Singapore that offers Ayam Geprek - and they even have a spicy challenge for those who have the (literal) guts to stomach some serious heat. The freshness of their ingredients is what sets Papa Ayam apart. Their signature Ayam Geprek Original is served with crispy fried boneless chicken hand-smashed using a mortar and pestle to give it a tender texture. Not only that but their garlic sambal is hand-pounded to really bring out its powerful heat! You can even choose a spiciness level between 1-15 to suit your tastes 😋 The dish comes with rice and a side of crispy kerupuk but you can add on crispy fried chicken skin! Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM - 9.30PM Addresses: Orchard Road - 313 Orchard Rd, [email protected] #B3-49, Singapore 238895 Paya Lebar - 10 Paya Lebar Rd, PLQ Mall #B2-K3, Singapore 409057 Delivery via: foodpanda, Deliveroo, GrabFood, in-house via Whatsapp (Islandwide) Contact: Whatsapp +65 86983921 ([email protected]), or Whatsapp +65 97261300 (PLQ Mall) Website | Instagram
14. Bumbu
Bumbu's unassuming exterior along Kandahar St belies its gorgeous interior, with its traditional fixtures and finishings that will take you back to the Singapore of several decades ago. Serving up a fusion of Thai-Indonesian cuisine, this place is perfect for large get-togethers with old friends where you can sit back and reminisce about good memories over large plates of Green Curry BeefGado-Gado, or Tom Yum Seafood Soup.Halal Status: Halal-certified Addresses: Kandahar Street 44 Kandahar Street S(198897)
Farrer Road
Blk 4, Queen's Road #02-101 S(260004)
Opening hours:
11am - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm (closed on Mondays)
Contact:
Kandahar Street 63928628/ 63921570
Farrer Road
64794075/ 64733155
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15. Hjh Maimunah
If you're craving some familiar comfort food amongst all these hipster offerings, head over to this Michelin-awarded eatery that serves up a huge menu of local kampung (traditional village) favourites throughout the day – and many of the dishes are inspired by Indonesian cuisine too! 😍 Hjh Maimunah’s is often touted as one of the best Malay food in the country, and we can definitely understand why. Their signature siput sedut lemak (needle snails in coconut gravy) and beef rendang will keep you wanting more – and their assortment of traditional kuih and desserts will be the perfect end to the meal! Halal status: Muslim-owned Addresses and opening hours: Multiple outlets Contact number: +65 6297 4294 Website | Facebook | Instagram If you do know other authentic halal Indonesian restaurants in Singapore, feel free to share with us. You know our tummies are always hungry for more 🤤