Tag Archive: Best Halal Food in Singapore

Deanna’s Kitchen – Feast on The Best Halal Prawn Mee in Singapore with Succulent Seafood

11 November

Fans of prawn mee would have heard of Deanna’s Kitchen, a renowned Halal prawn mee hawker chain gaining a cult following amongst the Muslim and Chinese community. Run by a husband-wife duo, Deanna’s Kitchen is the first place in Singapore to come up with their own Halal rendition of a classic Chinese dish: prawn mee. Ever since converting to Islam...

Rumah Sayang – Halal Eatery at Jem Serving Great Nasi Padang & Curry Fish Head

22 October

Singapore is blessed to have a diversity of cuisines, but nothing beats a good ol’ bowl of local delights! Introducing Rumah Sayang, a Halal, Peranakan-themed eatery at Jem dishing out affordable local fare. Known for their signature nasi padang and nasi lemak, this is the place to go to indulge the Singaporean in you. The eatery is located on the...

The Social Outcast – Affordable, Halal Charcoal-Grilled Burgers From S$8.90

16 August

Hidden away in Tampines is a newly-opened gem called The Social Outcast. This Muslim-owned hawker stall plans to revolutionise the way we view hawker Western food, using a charcoal-flame grill to revitalise the Western food scene in Singapore. Though harder to control, once done right, the result is absolutely fantastic.

Rusnah Cafe—A Hidden Gem At A Rooftop Serving One Of The Best Gado Gado In Singapore

10 May

Originally opened in Forum The Shopping Mall back in 1988, Rusnah cafe has since relocated several times and now sits on the rooftop of Sime Darby Centre. Helmed by three siblings, this humble eatery dishes out delightful Indonesian food in the likes of Gado Gado, Mee Soto and Nasi Padang. Despite relocating several times, their food has become a go-to...

Toko Burgers & Cheesesteaks – Sinful But Delicious Grub At Only S$6.90 If You’re A Student

15 March

When talking about true-blue American food, nothing gets our appetites going quite like quintessential greasy, no-nonsense, calorie-dense comfort foods such as a cheesesteak, a good ol’ burger and fries. If you’re hankering after a savoury, indulgent and sinful cheesesteak or burger, Toko Burgers & Cheesesteak is a must to try. Previously known as Carnivori, this Halal-certified eatery first started out...

Beef Up — New Taiwanese Street Food Gem In Toa Payoh That’s Halal-Certified!

2 February

We are huge fans of Taiwanese street food. Period. And more often than not, we always jump right in whenever we receive news of a new opening specialising in authentic Taiwanese fare. A relatively new addition to in the heartland of Toa Payoh is Beef Up, a humble stall that serves up a variety of classic Taiwanese dishes, and not...

GLC Restaurant – Halal Zi Char Eatery In Tai Seng That’s Super Sedap

20 December

When in Singapore, one can’t go wrong at a zi char restaurant. Plenty of places serve up amazing wok-fried dishes, however, it is rare to come across a place that sells good zi char that is also halal-certified—not until we discovered GLC Restaurant in Taiseng. Boasting an impressive array of zi char delights that taste really good and are priced pretty...

Big Bowls Project – Halal Japanese Salmon Bowls To Settle Your CBD Lunch Woes

16 October

Amoy Street Food Centre continues to be the go-to hub in the CBD area that everyone turns to for their weekday lunches. It’s hard to grow tired of the spread there when so much variety offered. From artisanal toast, Mexican fare, chicken rice to even poke bowls, you’d be spoilt for choice. The poke bowls served here aren’t like the...

Adimann – Next-Level Fusion-Style Nasi Lemak At Golden Mile Food Centre

24 September

Golden Mile Food Centre is home to loads of food gems, and with 2 fulls levels of hawker fare, you’d be spoiled for choice. No matter if it is claypot rice or Hainanese chicken rice you crave or even gourmet burgers for under S$5, you’ll be stoked to know that you’ll find just about anything there. Nestled in the basement...