Whether you're taking a trip to Sentosa's S.E.A. Aquarium or Universal Studios, getting your adrenaline pumping with Skyline Luge Sentosa, or viewing sunny beaches and beautiful sights with Skyhelix Sentosa, there's a common activity all of us look out for when we're on the island: eating! Getting halal food on the island is easy as long as you know where to look. To help you plan your 2021 December holiday Sentosa getaway, we’ve created an ultimate guide
to halal food in Sentosa so you'll know exactly what you can eat on your next trip there ?
P.S. Going with your family? Check out this family-friendly guide to Sentosa!
Halal Food In Sentosa SingaporeIf you’re spending the day at Resorts World Sentosa you won’t have to worry about
finding halal food as there are plenty of halal-certified options to choose from! There's food around the island and in the various attractions. Check it out!
For Anyone, Anytime
1. Good Old Days
If you’re near Siloso Beach, dine at Good Old Daysto enjoy the best of local Singaporean favourites. The restaurant dishes out a wide range of local cuisines for every palate and even has desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Make sure to try their signature dishes such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chinese Double Boiled Black Chicken
Soup, and fusion Hainanese Chicken Chop as it’s hard to find halal versions elsewhere!
They also serve Western dishes like Fish and Chips for the kids and the young at heart and even Nasi Briyani. If you're on the island,
just take the Sentosa Express and alight at Beach Station
before taking a short walk to the food court.
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Missing Malaysia? Get fast food with a Malaysian twist at Marrybrown's! Their fusion dishes are Western fast-food classics with a Malaysian spin, such as the Nasi Marrybrown that pairs fragrant nasi lemak with Western-style fried rice.
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The eatery is located at Siloso Beach, so it’s nearby some exciting attractions, too! If the eatery is too crowded, consider picking up your food and heading over to the beach for a picnic ?Marrybrown Halal Status:
3. Malaysian Food Street
At Malaysian Food Street
(Waterfront, Level 1) you have the best local delicacies waiting in store – fancy some Nasi Lemak
, or Roti Prata
? This is exactly where you have to go! ?
Comfort food at its best - there’s nothing more satisfying than ending off a day in Sentosa with a full tummy. Looking for halal food in Sentosa can definitely be easy!
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McDonald's needs no introduction. Everyone's favourite halal western fast food restaurant can be found on Sentosa, so you can enjoy juicy burgers at any time!
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If you're on a staycation in Sentosa, this is definitely one way to have a filling breakfast. From pancake platters to delicious wraps, it's got something for every palate. And this needs no mention - it's kid-friendly, too! Fancy a Happy Meal, anyone?
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5. Streats Asian Cafe
Sentosa is definitely home to a large range of Asian food! Streats Asian Cafe offers more than 100 popular Asian food options from Chinese noodles, rice and dim sum to Indonesian fried noodles, Ikan Penyet and Beef Rendang. And if you'd like Western instead, they even
have Western sandwiches, pasta and set meals for everyone to enjoy.
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Plus, with the plethora of hot and cold beverages, your thirst will definitely be quenched after a long day of being out in the sun! And after all is done, end your meal off with desserts for that satisfying, full feeling before heading off on your next exciting activity.
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6. Texas Chicken
Get ready for fresh, mouthwatering fried chicken at Texas Chicken!
Savour their tender chicken burgers, fried chicken drumsticks and more at their outlet in Sentosa.
P.S. Here's a guide to halal fast food in Singapore!Credit: Joy Ansary on Facebook
If you're having this for lunch in Sentosa, don't forget to have a taste of the classic Honey-Butter Biscuits! Then, finish off your meal on a sweet note with their Sundaes in chocolate, caramel and strawberry flavours ?
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Serving Asian cuisine, Roost is an underrated eatery on the island that many may not know about. They have Nasi Lemak with Chicken Rendang as well as chicken rice for everyone to enjoy.
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Don't forget to slurp on their Nyonya Laksa, Tom Yum Fried Kway Teow and more! After your meal, feast on their desserts like Durian Creme Brulee and Nanyang Coffee Panna Cotta ?
Heading to Universal Studios in Sentosa? These are the halal food you can find in the exciting theme park!
8. GoldilocksJust like the rest of the surrounding medieval-inspired buildings, Goldilocks' castle theme is synonymous with the highly popular movie, Shrek. Even the interior of the building has been designed to faithfully replicate what must have been the communal dining
space back then.
Munch on their homemade seven-spice fried chicken, served with a side of criss-cut fries or tater tots. Don't forget to complete your meal with a tub of mashed potatoes or soft bun! There's even a Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream section in the corner, which basically counts as dessert, right? ?
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9. Mel's Drive-In
Travel back to the swinging '50s to this vintage American drive-in diner, authentically decorated with several jukeboxes and retro neon signs. With checkered tiles lining the floor and sleek, retro cars parked outside to complete the look, this halal-certified homey diner in Universal Studios Singapore is the perfect place to rest your tired legs.
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True to the American drive-in diner theme, you can bite into juicy burgers and crispy fries, at Mel's Drive-In! Wash it down with a thick milkshake or try dipping your fries in it for a sweet and savoury combination that's out of this world ?
11. Marty's Casa Del Wild Food Court[This eatery is temporarily closed until further notice]
If you need a break from the Madagascar heat, stop by Marty's Casa del Wild Food Court for a refreshing drink and to sample delicious Southeast Asian fare! It's also not too difficult to find this eatery, just keep a lookout for Marty the zebra with a coconut drink in hand.
Tuck into regional favourites like their mouth-watering nasi lemak, satay and briyani, with a side of tender roasted chicken or beef rendang ? For those with young ones, you can opt to order from the kids' menu which includes adorable dinosaur chicken nuggets and fish sticks!
Adventure Cove Water Park
Although you won’t find halal eateries at Adventure Cove Waterpark, there are some halal-certified food carts that sell light bites! Do note that the park has a strict "no outside food allowed” policy, so you can't bring in food from home or from any of the eateries in Resorts World Sentosa.
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And since you'll be spending most of your time dipping your toes in the water, you may not want to have a heavy meal! Instead, munch on hot dogs, a slice of pizza or a plate of nachos from the food carts available.
1. Riverside Snacks - Behind the Bay Restaurant
2. Hot Dogs & Drinks - Behind the Big Bucket Treehouse
And there you go! All the halal food in Sentosa. So the next time you're enjoying the island and feeling peckish, or starving, you know where to go!