Affordable Soufflé Pancakes Cafe, Fluff Stack is now officially halal-certified. It’s probably the first Japanese soufflé pancake cafe in Singapore which is halal-certified.
Poulét Singapore French Roast Chicken is now officially Halal-Certified. Known for its Roast Chicken which comes in three different sauces (Diane sauce, mushroom cream sauce and cranberry sauce), Poulét is a casual dining restaurant that offers relatively decent French dishes at reasonable prices.
With swanky malls like ION and 313 Somerset, who even goes to the older drabby ones such as Far East Plaza? Unless you’re thinking of getting a piercing or tattoo, you’d probably not set foot in there.
Well, then you’re missing out. As shabby as Far East Plaza looks in comparison to its glammed-up neighbours, this shopping centre is an absolute gem for affordable eats in the town area.
Whether you’re in the mood for a spicy Thai dinner or hearty zi-char feast, you can always fall back on this mall. We’ve put together a list of 10 budget-friendly eateries at Far East Plaza for budget days. READ ON
Thai cuisine is one of our favourite cuisines out there, being simple yet bursting with robust flavours. What’s even better about these Thai restaurants in this guide is that they’re halal-certified as well, so everyone, including your Muslim friends, can enjoy Thai cuisine.
Get a taste of Thailand right here on our sunny island with these 10 halal Thai restaurants that offer delivery and takeaway services in Singapore. From boat noodles, phad thai, to tom yam fried rice, there’s bound to be something for everybody.
Staying home doesn’t have to be boring. We get it—you’re bummed about the dire situation we’re in now because of COVID-19 and you need a little pick-me-up. Fear not, Korean food always makes everything better.
We’ve picked out our 6 halal Korean restaurants and eateries in Singapore that offer food delivery. Now everyone can enjoy delicious halal Korean cuisine at home! And don’t worry, these halal Korean restaurants are scattered islandwide.
We hope this list of halal Korean food places will help battle your stay-home blues. Enjoy the Korean dishes while watching K-dramas on Netflix, listening to K-pop music, or watching Mukbang videos on YouTube.
We’ve all been there. It’s late, the clock’s ticking, and no matter how hard you try, you just can’t sleep. Or maybe it’s another night of burning the midnight oil, latent stress of deadlines impeding your rest. Or perhaps you’re just a night owl, preferring to expand your energy when the moon is high in the sky. Whatever the reason, past a certain hour, after the remnants of your dinner has long evaporated, hunger pangs start once more, rendering ineffective whatever it is you’re trying to accomplish.
The next time this happens, instead of subsisting on yet another packet of chips, grab your keys and wallet, and head down to one of these Muslim-friendly late-night establishments. Better yet, call a few of your fellow insomniacs for a late-night food hunting session – after all, food always tastes better when enjoyed with others right?
Featuring everything from dim sum to full-fledged zi char restaurants – yes, there is more to Muslim-friendly late-night snacking in Singapore than your usual prata options – here is a list of 15 places that offer midnight makan menus suitable for our Muslim friends. Because when living in a food haven like Singapore, you should never have to go hungry regardless of the hour!
One of the perks of living in multi-cultural Singapore is none other than being able to indulge in a myriad of distinct cuisines.
What’s more, with the growing abundance of Halal-Chinese eateries gracing our food scene, our Muslim pals can now expand their palates and enjoy the best of both worlds while reveling in authentic Chinese cuisine. One such Halal-certified, Chinese establishment is Xiaoer Niuda, a traditional beef la mian restaurant nestled in the heart of JEM.
La Mian — known as “hand-pulled” noodles — originates from Lanzhou, China. Xiaoer Niuda has brought that fusion culture over to our local shores, specialising in handmade, halal la mian topped with morsels of savoury beef.
There is no question that Singaporeans love to frequent cafés. While cafés are aplenty, unfortunately, many well-known brands do not cater to folks with dietary restrictions.
Thankfully, with growing social awareness over recent years, more establishments have started embracing the goal of inclusivity. Be it through attaining Halal certification or via Muslim owners doing their due diligence, there now exists a myriad of Halal-friendly cafés for us to explore.
Whether you are craving the comfort of brunch food with a side helping of freshly brewed coffee, or prefer something more hearty with a touch of local flavours, here is a comprehensive guide to 38 Halal & Muslim-owned cafés in Singapore to chill with your friends at. Time to pencil in your schedules; a plethora of food experiences await your discovery!