The hipster neighbourhood of Bugis abounds with chic cafes, favourite local eateries and Instagram-worthy desserts. The area surrounding the majestic Sultan Mosque, in particular, is where you can find an unbeatable range of drool-worthy Halal desserts.
Cracking your head over the next best hangout place with some of your Muslim friends? This list has got you covered with artisan pastries and divine cupcakes to mouthwatering buttermilk waffles. Oh yes, did we forget to mention the revered Chendol-flavoured soft-serve?
Brace yourselves for these eight Halal dessert spots around the Sultan Mosque that will redefine your idea of an unforgettable sweet treat. READ ON
Santap is a new muslim-owned cafe in Little India by the good folks from The Black Hole Group—who is behind Working Title and The Mad Sailors.
Santap, which means to eat luxuriously in Malay, offers a menu of healthy eats from sandwiches to stellar rice bowls. All of which are plated so beautifully that it would be a crime not to snap a shot of it for the ‘gram’.
Nestled within the newly opened boutique hotel, The Daulat—just a 5-minute walk from Rochor MRT station—this Muslim-owned cafe exudes a charming ambience and a cosy vibe that is just perfect for lounging about in the afternoon.
One thing that all foodies can agree on is that we are constantly on a see-food diet and there is no stopping us when a feast of tantalising seafood is laid before us. The joy of getting down and dirty with crabs, mussels and prawns is so appealing and should this experience come at an affordable price tag, what is there not to love?
Located on Level 3 at the new extension of Plaza Singapura, Cajun On Wheels is a Halal-certified seafood diner serving unadulterated and fresh seafood in true American fashion. This is their second outlet—after their first food truck at Pasarbella Suntec City—and you would be delighted to know that their menu at Plaza Singapura is exclusive to that outlet too.
As its name says, Cajun On Wheels is a Cajun-themed diner and you can expect all dishes on its menu to pack a punch.
If you are wondering where to gather with your Muslim friends for the next brunch date without having to worry if the food is Halal-certified, look no further!
Thanks to the numerous Halal-certified and Muslim-owned joints sprouting across the nation in recent years, you and your Muslim friends are spoilt for choice no matter what you are craving for. Here, we have a curated list of 21 Best Halal Cafés In Singapore.
Rhombus Pizza SG is a new Muslim-owned pizza buffet restaurant that allows you to pick your own toppings, design the pizza of your dreams and bake it yourself. Create and eat to your heart’s content for 90 minutes.
Allow your creativity and appetite to take flight as you select from a wide variety of toppings from savoury sausages to sweet chocolate chips to create your ultimate pizza. The buffet costs S$15 for adults, S$12 for children between the ages of 7 and 12, and children under seven get to dine for free!
Jalan Kayu is a well-known street in Singapore, and apart from roti prata, it is also home to many established cafes and restaurants. An up-and-coming bistro in the row of shophouses that you should know about is Savoury.
For all our Muslim friends and those who are bringing their Muslim friends out for tea or a meal, Savoury offers Halal-certified mains and homemade gelato!
The bistro opens till late and there is no service charge. And most of the mains are affordably priced below S$20. This is a place where you can have a hearty meal without breaking the bank.
From now until 15 January 2017, our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef’ to get a free Crème Brûlée (worth S$11.50) when you order a main course. This promotion is limited to one redemption per table.
The number of cafes in Rangoon Road has grown steadily over the past years and the quaint Farrer Park neighbourhood is now home to an eclectic mix of old-school coffee shops, hipster-looking cafes and whatnot.
Icebox Cafe – one of the newer kids on the block – has come up with its version of Dominique Ansel-inspired Cookie and Milk Shots.
Thanks to our multi-cultural and multi-racial society, there are many Halal cafes in Singapore. Among them, we see a significant bulk of exceptional Muslim-owned and halal-certified cafes out there, that are more than worthy of recognition.
Here is our guide to Halal cafes in Singapore. You never know, you could be looking at your next favourite cafe hang-out.