Explore These Excellent Halal Restaurants in Singapore
“Halal… Is It Meat You’re Looking For?”
Singapore is positively brimming with people from different cultures, countries and backgrounds. As a result, there’s a wide range of different cuisines spread out across this tropical city-state. Whether you’re after a bright and airy café serving smashed avocado on toast, or an excellent buffet spread – Singapore really has got it all.
When it comes to halal dining, the range of choice has improved drastically over the past few decades. So, when it comes to halal restaurants in Singapore, read on for some of Quisine’s top recommendations.
As mentioned in ‘Where to Find The Best Buffets in Singapore’, StraitsKitchen is widely considered the best halal buffet in Singapore and it’s not hard to see why. Sitting in the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, StraitsKitchen showcases the very best of Singapore’s famous street food, but at hotel quality. What more could you ask for?
Serving speciality coffee that is taking the city by storm, Royz et Vous – Telok Ayer Street is also a front runner when it comes to halal dining. They’re rigorously supporting and boosting the Malay-Muslin Halal café industry, all while offering a charming atmosphere for customers to enjoy.
Whether you’re on the go and need a quick coffee, or better yet you have the time to sit and relax, Royz et Vous is always a good choice. With highly-trained and professional staff, Royz et Vous is dedicated to great food and coffee, as well as the community. It won’t take long before this place feels like a second home.
Located inside the Days Hotel on Jalan Rajah, 21 On Rajah offers a fantastic all-day dining experience that’s halal friendly. They serve a great mix of local food and dishes inspired by the Mediterranean – who wouldn’t love such a buffet? But if you’re not in the mood for a buffet, they also have a lovely a la carte menu. Open seven days a week, there is never a bad time to sit back and relax in this spacious restaurant, which pleasantly looks out over Zhongshan Park.
What list of halal restaurants in Singapore would be complete without mentioning AquaMarine in the Marina Mandarin Hotel? They serve a fantastic spread of Asian and international cuisine, as well as delicious seafood. You can dive into the buffet and try a bit of everything, or order one of AquaMarine’s many signature dishes from the a la carte menu. Every food station is halal certified, so no matter which you go for, you can indulge without worry.
Featured in both ‘The 10 Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore Right Now’ and ‘Where to Find The Best Buffets in Singapore’, Carousel is certainly well deserving of all it’s praise. Especially since all their kitchens have been halal certified. Located inside the Royal Plaza on Scots, there isn’t a lot more we can say about this place other than: GO!. You won’t regret it.
Spize is a fantastic fusion of East and West, offering a vast menu that takes inspiration from places all over the world. So, no matter what you’re in the mood for, you can probably find it here. With late opening hours, this place is perfect for feeds after an epic night of dancing in Singapore. But it’s not just for the night owls. You can come in for lunch and dinner (at a much more respectable hour) and get the same great food and friendly service.
Did someone say halal buffet? That’s exactly the order of the day at Royal Palm at Orchid Country Club. This is elegant dining with a whole host of international cuisines and includes local, Western-style, Mediterranean, Indian and even seafood. You can enjoy these delights for lunch or dinner every weekend, or opt for the a la carte if you’re feeling fancy.
This one goes out to all the pizza lovers! At Cucina Restaurant you’ll find great Italian cooking right in Aperia Mall on Kallang Avenue. The likes of fresh seafood pasta, tenderloin steaks with cheese sauce and perfect pizzas are all available. Italian halal food doesn’t get much better than this!
Not far from East Coast Park, where you can take in the fresh sea breeze, Home of Seafood is an absolute treasure trove when it comes to spectacular seafood and fish. The extensive menu is just bursting with options including the ever-popular chilli crab. What’s even better is that all the food is 100% halal certified. As halal restaurants in Singapore go, this is one of the very best!
Dinner at The Landmark in Bugis is as decadent and extravagant as it gets and their halal food offering is simply out of this world. The extensive halal buffet at The Landmark has such a wide range of food on offer, you won’t believe your eyes! With live stations dishing up pizzas, pasta, fresh prawns, Spanish mussels, clams and everything in between – you should arrive at this multi-cuisine halal buffet with quite the appetite!
More great halal restaurants:
IndoChilli – Indonesian Restaurant – 54 Zion RdPu3 Restaurant – Singaporean Restaurant – 51 Bencoolen St, #01-06Tang Tea House – Chinese Restaurant – 242 Jln KayuThe Halia – International Restaurant – 1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic GardenBlue Jasmine – Thai Restaurant – 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Park Hotel Farrer ParkThe Dim Sum Place – Chinese Restaurant – 791 North Bridge RoadAsian Market Cafe – Asian Restaurant – 2 Stamford Road Singapore SwissôtelHararu Izakaya – Japanese Restaurant -16 Bussorah StKrave – Cafe – 28 Bali LaneGastronomad – Arabic Restaurant – 11 Sin Ming Rd #01-30