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Top Halal Restaurants and Cafes in Singapore to Dine at

From Japanese food to Mexican food, here is a list of Halal Restaurants in Singapore you should definitely visit

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Halal Restaurants and cafes are expanding in Singapore, with a variety of cuisines that are being introduced to the Singaporean palette and Muslim community. From Japanese food to Mexican food, there are now ample Halal food options to dine at.

1. Hararu Izakaya

Acclaimed Muslim-owned Japanese restaurant, Hararu Izakaya is Singapore’s first Izakaya Bar located along Bussoroh Street, famous for their authentic Japanese charcoal-grilled delicacies. In line with bringing forth Japanese culture and tradition to Singapore, famous Japanese murals and icons etch the walls of this two-storey restaurant which features a comfortable 40 capacity tatami seating area.

Serving some authentic Japanese cuisine, Hararu Izakaya offers patrons signature Japanese food such as Gyu Nitsuke, which are stewed tender beef ribs priced at $16+. Guests are also welcome to venture into trying their other specialities such as Surume Ika, grilled Japanese flying squid, and Unagi Kabayaki, grilled eel in teriyaki sauce.

For thirst-quenchers, Hararu Izakaya serves a selection of seasonal and one-of-a-kind mocktails, perfect for meal accompaniments. Having expanded the diversity of cuisines in Muslim certified establishments, it is no wonder Hararu Izakaya is highly recommended as a must-visit Halal restaurant in Singapore to dine in.

Address: 16 Bussorah Street Singapore 199437

2. Afterwit Mexican Taqueria

Addressing the severe shortage of authentic Halal Mexican-inspired fare in Singapore, Afterwit Mexican Taqueria is a Halal cafe in Singapore offering the taste of true Mexican food in Singapore.

Afterwit’s menu includes signature dishes inspired from famous Mexican food such as; Chipotle Dendeng tacos, Double Chilli Cheeseburger Burritos.  Relax with friends after a hectic day at work and experience a small corner of vibrant Mexico right here in Singapore.

Address: 778 North Bridge Road Singapore 198746

3. The Mad Sailors British Kitchen

Craving a good Fish & Chips place in Singapore? Fret not, The Mad Sailors are all about satisfying your hankering for Halal British cuisine.   Their well-known Bangers & Mash, full English Breakfast Sets and Fish & Chips are good enough to rival authentic British pub food.

Spend the day taking in the bright and open spaces that the windows of this shophouse, and be awed at the vibrant artwork displayed around Haji Lane and your dining experience at this cosy and relaxed halal cafe in Singapore, will be worthwhile.

Address: 24 Haji Lane Singapore 189217

 

4. BRIO

BRIO is a halal restaurant in Singapore serving a wide range of Western specialities, from pasta and risotto to pizza and burgers. Located in Jurong Point mall, the restaurant serves its diners a wide variety of delightfully European inspired Halal food.

Watch out for their signature dishes that include Clam Pot, Seafood Cataplana Linguini and Frenchie Duck Confit Burger. Dine at BRIO for an experience of diverse cuisines and it may just turn out to be an experience you will not forget.

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, L 2, #02-24/K5 648886 Singapore

5. The Halia

This popular Halal restaurant in Singapore needs no introduction, The Halia nestled in the lush greenery of Botanic Gardens serving diners a fusion of European cuisine with hints of Asian touches weaved in.

It is an absolute essential to try well-known dishes that The Halia has to offer; the Halia Chilli Crab Spaghettini and the Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch and Vanilla Ice Cream are such beloved dishes. Savour such Halal delicacies at the Halia while relishing the natural beauty of the gardens and, you may never get enough of this experience.

 Address: 1 Cluny Road Ginger Garden, Botanic Gardens Singapore

6. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

Fika, a Swedish halal cafe in Singapore that offers diners a unique perspective on Swedish fare, a cuisine relatively unexplored in Singapore. Known for a clean and minimal interior, this halal cafe is a must-visit for anyone willing to step out of their comfort zone and try some delicious Scandinavian fare.

Fika has received rave reviews for their signature dishes; Swedish Meatballs and Smoked Salmon Salad for their unique flavour and one-of-a-kind flavour. Visit this cafe for an enjoyable experience and a venture into Swedish cuisine.

Address: 257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539

Nidhi Peddapalli

24 Oct 2019, 10:00 AM
Nidhi is a writer, who wholeheartedly believes in the magical comfort of food and movies. She has a love of enjoying life in insignificant and special moments.