On the lookout for halal food in Singapore? Fret not, we list here 10 affordable halal restaurants and cafes in Singapore, offering a variety of cuisine options. So yeah, have your fill without worrying about draining that bank account. Just one word of advice though. Be hungry, be VERY hungry.
This 95 year-old-restaurant is the grandfather of halal food in Singapore, and counts late presidents Yusoff Ishak and SR Nathan, and even the sultans of Brunei, Johor and Perak as patrons! The specialty dish here is of course, the ‘briyani’, and there are 6 versions- chicken, mutton, fish, vegetable, prawn and fried chicken! Briyani prices range from S$ 11-14.
Address: 745 North Bridge Rd Singapore 198713
Opening hours: Daily 10am-10pm
If you are looking to satisfy your crustacean cravings, try some Louisiana-style Creole seafood at Cajun On Wheels. It’s not all about seafood here though, they also serve premium beef burgers.
The restaurant’s signature creamy sauces like Thai red curry and salted egg yolk add to the taste bomb. Prices start at $7.50 per person.
Address: Pasarbella, Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Level 1; and Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, 03-92
Opening hours: 11am- 10pm (weekdays), 12pm-10pm (weekends)
Look no further for Halal-certified authentic Ramen, and other mouth watering Japanese dishes, all at affordable prices. What’s more this eatery is open all the way until 6 am every day! Average price is $15 per person.
Address: 787 North Bridge Road Singapore 198755
Opening hours: 5pm -6am (Weekdays), 12pm-6 am (Sat & Sun)
If you like your meat all rolled up, and if you frequently dream of falafels and kebabs, head straight to Tazeh by Shabestan. Top your rolls Lebanese style, with hummus and couscous, or the Greek way with feta cheese, mint and sundried tomatoes. Vegetarian options abound too.
Address: #B4-64 ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Opening Hours: Daily 10am-10pm
If you want to add some late night spice to your supper, you can count on Spize. This place specialises in local Indian Muslim delights like fried Maggi noodles, cone-shaped tissue prata and roti john, all affordably priced. Usual Western suspects like burgers and fries are also available. Plus, its open on most days till 5 in the morning!
Address: 409 River Valley Road, Singapore 248307
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-5am; Fri-Sat 12-pm-6pm; Sun 12 pm-midnight
Get ready to drool with this cafe bakery situated at Arab Street. Expect a wide range of cakes and puddings and savouries like sandwiches and rice bowls too. What’s more they bake and cook using butter, olive oil & organic unrefined sugar. We are feeling hungry just looking at the pictures!
Address: 34 Arab Street, #01-01, Singapore 199733
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10 am -9 pm, Friday 10:00am – 10:00pm, Saturday: 09:00am – 10:00pm, Sunday 10:00am – 07:00pm. Closed on Mondays.
Go Mexican with a vengeance at the FIX cafe. Specialties include Chicken Pascal and fajita, with grilled beef and kimchi, with guacamole and tomato salsa on the side. And don’t forget to try the localised version of Bunuelos for dessert.
Address:#01-06 HomeTeam NS-JOM Clubhouse, 31 Ah Hood Rd, Singapore 329979
Opening hours: Daily 11am-11pm
This super affordable eatery specialises in Western delights; get ready to brave the crowds though! Average price is $10 per person. Favourites include cheesy fish ‘n’ chips, buffalo wings and cheesy chicken chopomu rice.
Address: 803 North Bridge Road Singapore 198771
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed 12 pm-11 pm; Thu-Fri 5pm-11pm; Sat-Sun 4pm-11pm
If you go by their website, Warong nasi pariaman could be the longest-surviving nasi padang (rice with mixed dishes; originating from Indonesia) stall in Singapore. Chief specialty is of course the beef rendang. You can occasionally even spot Malay celebrities here!
Address: 736/738 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198706
Opening hours: 7 am-7 pm
This place serves Hong Kong dim sum, dessert and delicacies, but what people really love here are the durian desserts, especially the ‘Durian Shake with Durian Flesh’ and ‘Fried Durian Roll with Ice Cream’. Average price is $5 per person.
Address: 61 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, #01-02, Jubilee Square, Singapore 569814
Opening hours: 11 am- 11pm
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Republished with permission from: theAsianParent Singapore