4 Halal Dim Sum Eateries In Singapore For A Scrumptious Feast

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The term “dim sum” has a literal translation of “touching the heart”, and this double entendre truly reflects the effect of savouring these bite-sized creations. Served in traditional bamboo baskets, there is a myriad of choices from vegetarian fillings to juicy meat ones.

The best part about dim sum is the fact that it can be eaten at any time of the day. In Singapore, there has been a significant rise in halal-certified dim sum eateries that cater to the expansive Muslim market. Our Muslim friends need not miss out on the good stuff now.

Here are 4 Halal Dim Sum Eateries in Singapore For A Scrumptious Feast. 

Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House Cover Photo


This halal dim sum eatery hosts a wide selection of tasty Cantonese tea snacks that will delight the inner foodie in you.

Opt to dine outdoors and soak in the oceanfront panorama while you savour delicious Siew Mai (S$3.50/3 pieces), Law Mai Kai (S$2.30), Har Gow (S$3.90/3 pieces) and Shanghai Steamed Dumpling with Chilli Crab (S$5.40/4 pieces) for starters.

1202 East Coast Parkway, #01-01
Singapore 449881
Tel: +65 6876 5911
Daily: 24 hours
Nearest Station: Bedok
(Multiple outlets islandwide)

Streats Hong Kong Cafe Siew Mai

Photo Credit: Streats Hong Kong Café


With a whopping ten outlets scattered around the island, halal-certified Streats Hong Kong Café is a convenient spot to indulge in a dazzling array of dim sum classics.

The highlight of their dim sum—the dumpling’s crystal skin that is translucent yet sturdy. This intricate balance makes each bite even more satisfying than the previous one.

Opt to pair your dim sum treats with their Salted Egg Yolk Pumpkin Fries (S$7.80) or the all-time favourite HK Carrot Cake with XO Sauce (S$7.50).

23 Serangoon Central
#03-08/09, NEX
Singapore 556083
Tel: +65 6509 1966
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Serangoon
(Multiple outlets islandwide)

Tang Tea House Dim Sum

Photo Credit: Tang Tea House


At Tang Tea House, expect to find an exhaustive menu that features noodle delights, rice options, tasty snacks, comforting porridges and even refreshing desserts.

The dim sum selection here is pretty vast too but the specialities are the Lobster Mai ($5.60/3 pieces), BBQ Chicken Pau ($3.80/3 pieces) and the Soup Shrimp Ball (S$7.30/2 pieces).

If you wish to advance from the dim sum newbie phase, go for the Chicken Feet (S$3.90/plate), otherwise known as “Phoenix Claws”.

242 Jalan Kayu
Singapore 799466
Tel: +65 6483 2298
Daily: 24 hours
Nearest Station: Thanggam (Sengkang West LRT)
(Multiple outlets islandwide)

The Dim Sum Place Singapore


The raison d’être of this establishment is none other than its gorgeous dim sum, all served beautifully in oriental baskets, unique trays and fancy plates.

The selection of dim sum here comes with a unique twist to suit the local palate, as you would notice from the crisp Fried Siew Mai which is usually served steamed. Go on and savour unique items such as Braised Duck Cha Shu Bun and Pan Fried Taro Cake (S$2.90/ 3 pieces) before tackling the mains.

If you are feeling adventurous, go for unconventional dishes such as Original Rice in Superior Soup—with dreamy abalone or the collagen-rich Beef Brisket Noodles (S$12.90).

791 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198759
Tel: +65 6655 8787
Mon to Thu & Sun: 11am – 2.30pm, 5pm – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 2.30pm, 5pm –5.30am
Nearest Station: Bugis

For more recommendations, read our guide on halal and muslim-owned cafes in Singapore.

Words by: Nur Sofia
Edited by: Julee Ooi