You’re Not A Salted Egg Lover Till You’ve Tried These 8 Halal Dishes In SG


Noor Atiqah Gafar •  Oct 16, 2017

Remember when the salted egg craze first came about? Everyone found it so bizarre; Salted egg flavoured ice cream? Salted egg filled croissants? ? but somehow... the combination of different flavours just worked perfectly together!

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Years later, the hype is still very much alive, with new creative dishes incorporating the unique twist popping up. The best part? Quite a number of those dishes are halal! Here's the top 8 halal dishes every salted egg lover must try in Singapore ?

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1. Salted Egg-straodinaire (Maki-San)

Who would have known that sushi and salted egg could go so well together? ? At first, people were pretty skeptical about this bizarre combination ("Will that taste good?") but Maki-San has turned many non-believers into salted egg enthusiasts.

Maki-San dipped its toes into uncharted salted egg waters by first launching the Salted Egg-straodinaire Dip, which was available for a limited time only back in 2016. With raving reviews and favourable responses from fans, the salted egg goodness has now been made a permanent item in Maki-San's extensive menu ? What used to be just a dip, is now a brand new, highly sought-after house sauce!

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If you're swinging by Maki-San anytime soon, choose the Salted Egg-straodinaire house sauce with your Little-San or Mega-San purchase for a flavour explosion! ?

Address: They have a few outlets across Singapore

Opening Hours: Differs according to outlet

2. Salted Egg Prata (Springleaf Prata Place)

Calling all prata lovers, here's something you absolutely must try! Had enough of regular, old plain prata? Here's one with a unique (and yummy!) twist ?

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Head on down to Springleaf Prata Place and sink your teeth into crispy prata that's stuffed with copious amounts of prawn, cheese, chilli padi and of course, gooey salted egg! First introduced to the menu in 2016, the Salted Egg Prata has both locals and tourists alike scrambling for a piping hot plate of this delicious concoction.

Made fresh upon order, the prata is crispy on the outside yet fluffy on the side, with the salted egg spread oozing out every time you dig in for another bite ? Perfect for your next late-night supper, since Springleaf is open till 12 midnight!


  1. The Rail Mall, 396 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 678048
  2. 57B Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457253
  3. Springleaf Garden, 1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431

Opening hours: 8am – 12mn daily (Upper Bukit Timah & Jln Tua Kong) 7am – 12mn (Thong Soon Ave)

3. Olympian Bucket in Salted Egg Yolk Sauce (Cajun on Wheels)

Cajun on Wheels has made waves (pun intended ?) in the halal seafood scene, serving up buckets after buckets of massive crabs, fresh prawns, mussels, corn, chicken spam and more! Poured over a large plastic sheet (with bibs and gloves provided), the Louisiana-styled seafood spread provides the ultimate shell out experience.

If you're with a huge group with rumbling tummies, the towering Olympian Bucket is sure to satisfy you! And what other way to complete your hearty meal than to completely drench it in Salted Egg Yolk Sauce ?

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The creamy sauce adds a subtle spicy kick and flavour boost to the spread, with bits of chilli padi and curry leaves thrown in the mix. A dream come true for any seafood AND salted egg lover ?


  1. Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd Plaza Singapura, #03-92 Singapore 238839
  2. Pasarbella, Suntec, 3 Temasek Blvd, 455-456 / 459-461, Suntec City, Singapore 038983

Opening hours: Daily; 11AM – 10PM


4. Beef Patty Hotplate with Salted Egg & Cheese (Seoul Garden Hotpot)

Everyone knows that Seoul Garden is the go-to place for halal Korean BBQ but serving salted egg dishes is a new venture for them! Recently launched on 3 October 2017, they've combined everyone's love for gooey cheese fondue and salted egg into unique creations that has us drooling ?

One of the newest and sizzling (literally!) food item is the Beef Patty Hotplate with Salted Egg & Cheese. Imagine a tender beef patty swimming in a cheesy, creamy sea of roasted mushrooms and chewy tteobokki ? If you're afraid of the cheese being a tad too overwhelming, the salted egg gravy cuts through the dairy perfectly and adds a greater depth in flavour.

#HHWT Tip: Do note that these dishes are only served at the Seoul Garden Hotpot outlets.

Outlets: Locate all 6 outlets here!

Opening Hours: Differs according to outlet

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5. Salmon Fiesta with Salted Egg Sauce (Manhattan Fish Market)

Salmon is a fish that's universally loved but have you ever thought of pairing it with salted egg sauce? Manhattan Fish Market has finally made that happen, with its brand-new Salmon Fiesta! Take your pick from the head, belly or steak and pair it with a sauce of your choice - with salted egg being one of them!

Mixed with flecks of dried chilli for that spicy kick, the rich sauce will take your humble salmon dish to a whole new level! Tempting, isn't? ? Grab your fellow salted egg lovers and head on over to the nearest outlet from now till 21st November 2017 for a taste of this exquisite dish ?

Outlets: Find the outlet(s) nearest to you here!

Opening Hours: Differs according to outlet

6. Salted Egg Fish Skin (Tiny Red Dot)

Alright, so this next food item is more of a snack than a full meal, but hey, it's still just as delicious ? Tiny Red Dot pays homage to those nostalgic childhood snacks our grandmothers used to make lovingly by hand, with a modern twist!

Stored in a resealable bag, their Salted Egg Fish Skin packs are their bestsellers, and for good reason ? Munch away on crunchy, fried salted egg flavoured fish skin, a light snack that's great for when you're lounging around at home or even on the go. Warning: this snack is highly addictive!


  1. Harbourfront, Level 2 Departure Hall (near Batam Fast counter)
  2. Velocity Novena, Level 1

Opening hours: Daily till 10pm


7. Cheesy Salted Egg Fish Bites Hotplate (Seoul Garden Hotpot)

Another unique creation by Seoul Garden, the Cheesy Salted Egg Fish Bites Hotplate is a great alternative if you're not a beef person.  Fried fish fully submerged in a mouth-watering gravy of melted cheese, salted egg PLUS tteobokki? Heaven. On. Earth. ?

Oh, and don't forget to cleanse your palate with light bites like deep-fried wing sticks or mandu!

#HHWT Tip: Do note that these dishes are only served at the Seoul Garden Hotpot outlets.

Outlets: Locate all 6 outlets here!

Opening Hours: Differs according to outlet

8. Salted Egg Gelato with Curry Leaves Infused Potato Crumbs (Carousel)

Salted egg doesn't just go with savoury dishes ? Beat the sweltering heat with a huge scoop of Salted Egg Gelato from award-winning buffet Carousel! The buffet's ice-cream counter serves over 13 delectable flavours, with the salted gelato being specifically created to cater to the country's overwhelming love for all things salty ?

Slightly buttery and dense, the gelato is equally salty and sweet, plus the curry leaves infused potato crumbs add a nice crunch ? Fastest fingers first though, since this delectable dessert is only available till 31st December 2017!

Address: Lobby Level in Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Rd, S 228220

Opening hours: Lunch – 12pm to 2pm, Dinner – 6.30pm to 9.30pm


Even if you're not the biggest salted egg fan, these amazing, unique dishes are sure to tantalise your taste buds! Plus, the more you post photos of your favourite salted egg dishes with the hashtag #saltedeggshiok on Instagram, the closer you are to unlocking the grand prize of a free 5D4N trip to Japan! So, what are you waiting for? Join the contest NOW and prove that you're the biggest salted egg lover out there ?

This article was brought to you by Restaurant Association of Singapore and Knorr.