20 Best Halal Food in Singapore – Restaurants, Cafes & Bakeries (2024)

Are you looking for the best Halal-certified food? Check out the best restaurants, cafes & bakeries that are Halal-certified in Singapore!

Updated on October 29, 2023 


Jason Wong
Best Halal Food in Singapore
20 Best Halal Food in Singapore – Restaurants, Cafes & Bakeries (2024)
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Halal Food Singapore

Whether you want to satiate your cravings with some traditional comfort food or just want to unwind and relish a perfect cup of coffee, these halal food places we have included on our list will have what you want served to you. You’ll be introduced to a wide range of delicious and authentic halal dishes.

What is Halal Food?

Halal food is a food that is permissible for Muslims to eat. It follows the Islamic dietary laws. Halal food is food that adheres to Islamic dietary law, which prohibits the use of alcohol and pork products and mandates the observance of proper animal slaughtering practices.

Halal foods are those that are permitted by Islamic law to be eaten by Muslims. The most common example of this is meat from a halal animal slaughtered in accordance with Muslim tradition, which makes it lawful as opposed to haram (meaning unlawful).

How to Find the Best Halal Food in Singapore?

There is no doubt that Singapore is a foodie’s paradise. With a huge variety of cuisines and restaurants, it is difficult to find the best halal cafes or restaurants in Singapore. However, if you are looking for the best halal cafes in Singapore, here are some tips that you can follow to find the perfect place for you!

One way you can do that is to check out online reviews. If you have time to spare and want to do your research properly before heading out, then checking online reviews is your best bet. A lot of people post their experiences on various food blogs or review sites so you can get an idea of what other people think about a particular restaurant.

What are the Benefits of Eating at a Halal Cafes & Restaurants?

Halal cafés are a great place to eat for those who want to enjoy the benefits of halal food without the hassle of cooking it at home. Some people may not know what halal cafés are or why they should go there, but there are many benefits of eating at a halal café!

best iconBest Halal Food in Singapore (2024)

Our team of experts have researched and curated a list of the Best Halal Food in Singapore. Our list of recommendations are based on ours and others' first-hand experience, so it will be helpful for you! Let's not wait and get to it!

1. Good Bites

Best Halal Food Singapore: Good Bites
Good Bites
DetailsGood Bites is a café restaurant located in Bishan Sports Centre and a sister outlet to Citrus By The Pool. 
AddressAddress: 5 Bishan Street 14, #03-01, Singapore 579783
Phone+65 6970 0233
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:00am-5:00am (Last order 4:00am)
PricesPasta Aglio Olio: $11.99/$13.99


At this cafe, the menu offers plenty of tasty dishes from many cuisines. Get your teeth sunk into the Baked Salmon for an economical dinner, Laksa Pasta, and picturesque Egg-ploding Burger with crispy chicken thigh and egg nacho mayo.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, get the waffles with ice cream and molten chocolate lava cake. They really serve exceptional food and pleasant vibes. 

This place is a Western fusion restaurant which is really worth the hype. The colorful decor and playful vibe create a laid-back, feel-good dining experience.


“Found this gem of a place online, food and service are great. Value for money meals, place is crowded so remember your bookings! The chicken we ordered were well cooked, tender and juicy. The burger is a nice medium, while the fries were a tad cold, they were still crispy. Already planning to go again.”

2. Citrus by the Pool

Best Halal Food Singapore: Citrus By The Pool
Citrus By The Pool
DetailsCitrus By The Pool is a Halal-certified café restaurant, nestled at Woodlands Swimming Complex, that serves Western and Asian fusion cuisine. 
AddressLocated in: Woodlands Swim Lessons
Address: 3 Woodlands Street 13 Woodlands Swimming Complex, Singapore 738600
Phone+65 6366 6581
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:00am-3:00am (Last food order at 2:00am)
PricesTurkey Bacon and Chicken Ham Carbonara: $12.99


This casual restaurant with a trendy vibe features a cheerful, wide-ranging style and neon lights which illuminate the walls painted mint and a wall with botanical details.

It is located in Woodlands and offers a combination of Western and halal dishes including fried chicken, waffles, tom yum seafood pasta, burgers, and Thai food


“The 5 Stars are for the Service! A great place to grab some late night food or snacks and even dessert. They close at 2am. The food isn’t amazing or anything like that. It’s okay with a lot of heart from the people operating the restaurant. What do I mean by that? The service is next level and I am very impressed. I have not had this level of service from any other restaurant in Singapore including all the expensive restaurants I have been too. They are hard working and very diligent with the service. That alone I will give them 6 stars for excellent service. However, the food is just okay. Could be better and prices are a little dearer than most HDB restaurants or my expectations. The menu is rather huge and extensive. Perhaps reviewing and removing some items and consecrate on the quality. I can definitely help you guys in that area if you’re interested. Keep up the good work 😀”

3. The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens

Best Halal Food Singapore: The Halia At Singapore Botanic Gardens
The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
DetailsHalia – Malay for ginger – is located in the one-hectare Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens where over 250 species of gingers with their stunning foliage and colourful flowers thrive.
AddressLocated in: Singapore Botanic Gardens
Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
Phone+65 8444 1148
Operating HoursMonday-Thursday: 9:00am-8:30pm (Last order)
Friday & Eve of PH: 9.00am-8.30pm (Last order)
Saturday, Sunday & PH: 10.00am-8:30pm (Last order)
PricesMargaret River Wagyu Striploin: $75.00


The Halia has risen to prominence as a famous spot for special events since it received its halal certification. The place features window walls that allow for a bird’s eye view of the city, making it a perfect place to relish brunch and mocktails while enjoying the streams of natural light.

If you want to see the sunset, you can see it from the terrace of the building which is surrounded by elegant-looking palm trees. The cafe is located at the Ginger Garden in Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is just close to town and offers a tranquil environment for special events.


“We book the table on Friday night for the birthday celebration after the covid19 measure further relaxed in Apr2022, the best time slot we can get is 5:30pm… All slots at 7pm are fully booked. We love the salmon fillet as the fillet is fried to just make while skin is very crispy and the fillet itself is still tender and juicy. While I told the staff we are here to celebrate the birthday, they help us deco the cake and put the candle on them, very sweet. No need to mention the environment is awesome as it is located inside the botanic garden so we are actually surrounded by lots of green, just remember to request the outdoor table”

4. Royz Et Vous

Best Halal Food Singapore: Royz Et Vous 1
Royz et Vous
DetailsRoyz Et Vous is a restaurant cafe started on 15th of July 2014, known for its cozy ambience that provides awesome halal food, beverage & good music with great company.
AddressTelok Ayer
Located in: Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Building
Address: 137 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 068602
Phone+65 6293 0270
Sultan Gate
Address: 39 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198487
Phone+65 6291 7152
ContactAs above per location
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm (3:15pm last order), 5:00pm-10:00pm (9:15pm last order)
PricesCalamari Frits: $12.90


Royz Et Vous is a cafe with an exceptional fine dining that serves sumptuous Western meals. Savor their delicious Braised Beef Cheek, which comes with roasted capsicums, mushroom ragout and wholegrain mustard mashed potato, and their must-try Smoked Duck Breast, which is delectably presented together with salad and roasted potato. The desserts at this restaurant are so good as well.


“Brought the family out to Royz et Vous to try my favourite item on their menu: BEEF RIBS. It’s not cheap, but it really really is very good. Huge slab of beef so tender and soft, it slides off the bone by itself. You don’t even need a knife to eat this, grab a plastic fork and you’ll be able to poke thru the tender meat with ease. BBQ sauce is so darn good, I need an extra portion at the side to eat my beef (and everything else) with all the time. Other food items were great as well, from the fish & chips to the salmon and on to dessert. Always a great time dining here! :)”

5. The Malayan Council

Best Halal Food Singapore: Good Bites
The Malayan Council
DetailsPresenting a collage of fond food memories, The Malayan Council aims to offer a versatile setting that brings together cultures across dining table in celebration of love for Malay-Asian and Western fusion flavours. 
Address: 22 Dunlop St, Singapore 209350
Phone+65 9009 7345

Address: 71 Bussorah St, Singapore 199484
Phone+65 9009 7345
Address: 10 Winstedt Rd, #01-17, Singapore 227977
Phone+65 9009 7345

The Fortune Cookie
Address: 11 Bussorah St, Singapore 199432
Phone+65 9009 7345

ContactAs above per location
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:00am-11:00pm 
PricesMalayan Lobster Mantao: $49.00


The Malayan Council is a halal cafe in Bugis known for its Malay-Western fusion cuisine. The serve Rendang Kobe Salai, Sambal Goreng Pengantin Pasta and Smoked Duck Lemak Cili Padi. In addition to their main dishes, we recommend the Ondeh-Ondeh Cake which is popular for its extraordinary taste.


“We went to the one at Bussorah St on 7 May 2022 for dinner. One of the best places that serves halal fusion dishes & desserts!! Presentation was good & value for money. Staff were friendly & made you feel welcome. Service by Elvin was excellent. He’s very friendly, jovial & humorous. Thank you for the great dining experience. My family totally fell in love with the food & awesome service. We hope to be back soon.”

6. Penny University

Best Halal Food Singapore: Penny University
Penny University
DetailsServing speciality coffee, delicious brunch, gastronomique dinner and artisanal baked desserts since 2012. 
AddressAddress: 402 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428997
ContactPhone+65 6345 9055
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 8:00am-6:00pm
PricesNordic: $18.50
Espresso: $3.50


Penny University offers delectable food, especially their special steak frites served with garlic butter and sunny-side-up eggs, will surely gratify your appetite. It is one of the cafes in the country known for being easygoing in terms of style. For a great coffee experience, we recommend their Muddy Espresso.


“My go to cafe whenever I need comfort food. Eggs Benedict and English breakfast are the best, but I’d suggest opting for brioche over sourdough. A must try is their signature muddy espresso, a fancier version of your typical iced latte. Also, I usually purchase their beans for my own consumption, would recommend the espresso blend if you have a coffee machine. Staff is friendly, and best part is that it’s halal and has vegetarian options, suitable for the whole gang. My only issue is that it’s too popular, and it’s hard to get seats. Reserve early to avoid disappointment.”

7. Positano Risto

Best Halal Food Singapore: Positano Risto
Positano Risto
DetailsRanked Singapore’s most reviewed #1 Italian restaurant! Authentic Italian, generous portions at value for money price points with amazing service!
AddressAddress: 66 Bussorah St, Singapore 199479
Phone+65 6292 1866
Operating HoursSunday-Thursday: 11:30am-10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:30am-11:00pm
PricesArancini Balls (V): $12.95


Positano Risto operates as a relaxed indoor-outdoor restaurant with alcohol-free drinks and halal Italian cuisine. They are known for serving 100% halal dishes which are mouthwatering and freshly prepared. 

For a real Italian flavor, we recommend the Signature Calzone or the zesty Spaghetti Arrabiata with tomatoes as the main ingredient. The place has received the honor as the best Italian restaurant in Singapore.


“Definitely one of my favourite halal Italian restaurants. The Classic Lobster Bisque was amazing!!! I enjoyed the 8-Pocket Rocket Calzone which was pretty unique. The Ricotta & Spinach Ravioli was disappointing though. Good service.”

8. Tipo Pasta Bar

Best Halal Food Singapore: Tipo Pasta Bar
Tipo Pasta Bar
DetailsFresh pasta made daily. Gourmet Ingredients. Halal-certified. 
AddressTipo Pasta Bar
Address: 28 Aliwal St, #01-07, Singapore 199918
Phone+65 8768 0785

Opening Hours
Sunday-Thursday: 11:00am-10:00pm (Last order 9:30pm)
Friday & Saturday: 11:00am-11:00pm (Last order 10:30pm)
Tipo Strada
Located in: Royal Square Novena
Address: 103 Irrawaddy Rd, #01-09 Royal Square at Novena, Singapore 329566
Phone+65 8588 6183

Opening Hours
Monday-Sunday: 11:00am-10:00pm (Last order 9:30pm)
Tipo Pizzeria e Trattoria
Located in: Stamford Arts Centre
Address: #01-09, 155 Waterloo St, Singapore 187962
Phone+65 8693 8311

Opening Hours
Sunday-Thursday: 11:00am-10:00pm (Last order 9:30pm)
Friday-Saturday: 11:00am-11:00pm (Last order 10:30pm)
ContactAs above per location
Operating HoursAs above per location
PricesBuild Your Own Pasta (Premium): $3.90


Customization of halal pasta is the best thing this restaurant has to offer to its patrons. If you want to complement your dinner with something that quenches your caffeine thirst, this cafe is perfect for you as they also offer homestyle iced teas and roasted coffee beans from specialty coffee roaster Dutch Colony Coffee Co. 


“We got the Royal Ragu, pink sauce DIY pasta with mussels and the truffle sandwich. Overall taste and texture of the food was good, however I did find the beef ragu to be a bit dry and the beef bacon to be a bit too chewy. Plus points for a well-balanced creamy pink sauce and al dente pasta. Would definitely return again as the prices are reasonable. If only the space was bigger! We had to wait around 30 mins for a table w/o reservation on a Weds night.”

9. The White label

Best Halal Food Singapore: The White Label
The White Label
DetailsAt The White Label, we wish to transport you to the magical city of lights, treating you to French-Malayan fusion cuisine, made Halal and infused with local flavours.
AddressAddress: 734 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 198702
Phone+65 8202 2358
Operating HoursMonday-Friday: 11:30am-10:00pm (Last order 9:30 pm)
Saturday-Sunday: 10:30am-10:00pm (Last order 9:30pm)
PricesFamily Feast (8 pax): S$200.00


Craving for French dishes? Go quickly to The White Label at Beach Road which serves halal cuisine. The menu is fused with Malay dishes with a local twist. Their interior features a combination of stunning gold-toned details, green leather seats and light fixtures which makes the ambience very pleasing to the eye.

The cafe serves traditional French cuisines especially Herb Crusted Lamb Rack and Short Ribs Bourguignon. The fusion dishes include Ondeh-Ondeh gateau and Squid Ink Spaghetti which is cooked with sotong masak hitam sauce.


“Came for lunch. Lobster bisque great taste, reasonable price with high quality. Spicy Prawn linguine good, my husband liked it very much. We also had Sweet potatoes fries and halibut fillet good, very full after all so we didn’t order dessert.”

10. Tash Tish Tosh

Best Halal Food Singapore: Tash Tish Tosh
Tash Tish Tosh
Details#1 Bone-Eating Halal restaurant in Singapore. Our Signature are Tulang Merah aka Red Bone Stew, Battleship, Bomb Buffalo Wings and Cream Basil Seafood Pasta.
AddressTash Tish Tosh @ 50K
Address: 50 Kandahar St, Singapore 198900
Phone+65 8714 8677
Opening Hours
Tuesday-Sunday: 11:00am-11:00pm
Tash Tish Tosh @ MC
Located in: Marine Cove
Address: 1000 ECP, #01-02, Singapore 449876
Phone+65 8714 8677
Opening Hours
Monday & Wednesday-Sunday: 8:00am-10:00pm
ContactAs above per location
Operating HoursAs above per location
PricesLamb Rack Chop: $24.50


Tash Tish Tosh is a restaurant specializing in American cuisine with a Malay touch. The taste of the mutton bone marrow stew Tash Toolang Stew, which is filled with local herbs and spices, will surely make you relish the dish.

You might also want to order their buffalo wings, which are among the dishes for which the restaurant is known. In addition to these dishes, they’ve got a few nice ribeye steaks for you to add to your order. 


“For the mutton lovers, large sizes of tulang (mutton bone marrow), local cusines and kids meal. Very friendly staffs gave 2 complimentary items. 1 bowl of mutton bone marrow and 1 drink for my kid. Seems always packed, pls reserve in advance not to get disappointed. Must try place for mutton lovers 😊”

11. All Things Delicious

Best Halal Food Singapore: All Things Delicious
All Things Delicious
DetailsA bustling cafe by day – serving fresh baked goods & wholesome foods. Fresh, scrumptious and wholesome – good food rules here.
AddressAddress: 34 Arab St, #01-01, Singapore 199733
Phone+65 6291 4252
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 8:00am-7:00pm
PricesShakshouka: $19.90


This bakery cafe has been successful in business offering savory rice bowls, nourishing and satisfying breakfast, and freshly baked goods. Their Bread and Butter Pudding is highly recommended among their pastries and cakes for its creamy texture.


“First time trying but it was home delivery so can’t comment on service and food in shop. Delivery was on time within scheduled time. Food came hot despite delivery from Arab street to Yishun and dessert (fruit tart)’s crust still has some crispiness after we ate 3 hours from delivery time. We did place in refrigerator after it arrived. Totally love the mixed berry tart!! Salmon portion was large and love the avocado that came with it. Delicious too (just like the shop name!) Can’t comment on other food my friends are. It’s halal too so my Muslim friends can eat! Recommend!”

12. The Secret Garden by Zeekri

Best Halal Food Singapore: The Secret Garden By Zeekri
The Secret Garden By Zeekri
DetailsOther than the quintessential French viennoiseries, TSG offers a substantial spread of French classics like the Chicken Cordon Bleu, Foie Gras, classic French Onion Soup & Chilean Seabass cooked in parchment paper.
AddressAddress: 19 Baghdad St, Singapore 199658
ContactPhone+65 9189 5663
Operating HoursMonday-Thursday: 11:30am-09:30pm
Friday: 11:30am-10:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am-10:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am-09:30pm
PricesBœuf bourguignon: $26.00


If you’re looking for a chic place to celebrate a special occasion or to just hang out with your friends, the Secret Garden by Zeekri is perfect for you. Their menu includes traditional French and European dishes such as bouillabaisse, steak fries, pasta, salads, French onion soup, and herb-crusted lamb. 

The restaurant has two levels, the first level exemplifies simple elegance with clean lines and the second one is botanically themed with greenery, floral arrangements and lamps enveloped with plant leaves. For customers who want to shop for or customise a centerpiece of a bouquet of flowers, they also offer a concierge service. 


“We just happened to walk at arab st then found this cafe. Excellent steak and french ambience. The truffle pasta is also a favourite which my daughter liked! Brilliant effort and decorations! Desserts were also delicious! Definitely will come again. Nice and relaxing cafe in the middle of town. Hope it stays here for good! Compliments to the Chef.”

13. Orange & Teal Café

Best Halal Food Singapore: Orange Teal Cafe
Orange & Teal Café
DetailsA place where Singaporeans can dine in elegance or chat away in a cosy corner or simply pull out a book with a coffee and enjoy a moment of solitude.
AddressLocated in: Rochester mall
Address: 35 Rochester Dr, #02-12 Rochester Mall, Singapore 138639
Phone+65 6993 1006
Operating HoursTuesday-Thursday & Sunday: 11:00am-9:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:00am-10:00pm
PricesSlow-braised Beef Cheeks: $25.90


Chee Soon Juan, a longtime veteran politician, together with his wife, opened the modern cafe Orange & Teal in Coleman island. They offer a variety of American and international cuisine, including jambalaya, oven-baked beef brisket, chicken, pasta, and potatoes. In addition to their main menu, they serve coffee, cake and finger food.

The cafe’s familiar and dimly lit ambience enhanced by light-permitting windows emanates from the café’s walls, which had been painted green like that of a forest.

This place is also perfect for people who like to read books as there’s a corner where they can grab a book from bookshelves purposely placed in the particular are. So not only you’ll have just to eat there, but also chill out sipping a cup of coffee while reading a book. 


“Nice Ambience. Buffalo Wings taste excellent. Mango Smoothie tastes good. Food portion is generous, with lots of salads too. Taste of food is just right. Takeaway chocolate fudge cake and new york cheesecakes for the kids. Delicious, they said.”

14. La Fez Cafe & Bakery

Best Halal Food Singapore: La Fez Cafe
La Fez Cafe
DetailsLa Fez is a Moroccan-inspired wellness cafe and bakery in Siglap. Nourishment takes centrestage, interweaving Arabesque flavours with the casual elegance of a coastal bistro in Sydney. 
AddressAddress: 907 E Coast Rd, Singapore 459107
Phone+65 8322 5939
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 12:00pm-10:00pm
Monday: Closed
PricesTyma Chicken Tagine: $26.90


La Fez Cafe & Bakery is a cafe and bakery serving a variety of Moroccan dishes including meatballs, tangines and shakshuka. In addition, they offer meals that combine spices and ingredients native to Arab countries such as Kesra Avocado on Kasbah Bri, La Sultana Pandan Pancakes and Sourdough. They also have various pastries and cakes on their menu daily.

Because of the cafe’s Moroccan theme, you’ll definitely feel a foreign atmosphere as if you are in Morocco. You’ll see vibrant walls painted with pink, woven chairs and potted palms inside. In terms of variety, the cuisine is comparable to the history and geography of this North African country. 


“The ambience is point. Great selection for vegetarian diners as well. Tried the eggplant moussaka and the hummus both were great in taste and quantity.”

15. The Bravery

Best Halal Food Singapore: The Bravery
The Bravery
DetailsThe Bravery is a Muslim-owned dining establishment in Singapore CBD serving coffee, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
AddressAddress: 50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876
ContactPhone+65 9248 4391
Operating HoursTuesday-Thursday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Friday-Sunday: 9:00am-9:30pm
Monday: Closed
PricesGambas Al Ajillo: $16.00


The contemporary Bravery Café has moved to a new location in the Central Business District with wood, rattan and brass features. Their menu includes the toothsome choices, the appetizing Pancake Stack or caramelised brioche toast, and the man-sized meal Big Brekkie or Steak N Eggs. In addition, they serve pasta, Keto Bowl, and other dishes.

Suddenly feeling a strong desire for food in the afternoon? Try one of the restaurant’s brownies or burnt cheesecake and pair it with their Matcha Latte or sought-after Lavender Latte.


“Decent experience and nice food! Wished the truffle tasted stronger for the fries! Portion is okay and filling! The drinks are refreshing and the service is awesome! There is dining time limit though and we also booked in advance just in case it was crowded!”

16. The Fabulous Baker Boy

Best Halal Food Singapore: The Fabulous Baker Boy
The Fabulous Baker Boy
DetailsWe serve luscious bakes and amazingly wholesome food produced by hand where the ingredients are sourced from our local best and those in the region. 
AddressAddress: 28 Aliwal St, #01-01, Singapore 199918
Phone+65 8951 7716
Operating HoursTuesday-Friday: 11:00am-9:30pm
Saturday: 9:30am-9:30pm
Sunday: 9:30am-6:30pm
PricesBig Lub’s Carrot Cake: From $70.50


As of this writing, the Fabulous Baker Boy is working their way to be a Halal-certified cafe after they reopened their location at the Aliwal Arts Centre with a capacity of 70 seats. To live up to its aim, they will be baking cakes without being infused with alcoholic beverages.

The shop is known for its elegant-looking cakes such as the popular Blueberry Lemon Yoghurt. In addition to their main food items, they serve other dishes including waffles, chicken, Hasselback potatoes, sourdough, tart varieties, and ravioli.


“Shared a delicious coconut, vanilla and French butter sponge cake with a friend of mine at this fantastic bakery! They had a wide variety of freshly made cakes, knowledgeable staff, quick service and aircon. Felt luxurious in a casual way. The price tag was definitely worth it!”

17. Flavour Flings

Best Halal Food Singapore: Flavour Flings
Flavour Flings
DetailsMUIS Halal Certified; Classic American & French Food Affair with a Twist of Love.
AddressLocated in: Block 121 HDB Hougang
Address: 121 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1348, Singapore 530121
Phone+65 6286 0051
Operating HoursWednesday: 5:30pm-10:00pm
Monday & Thursday-Sunday: 11:30am-4:00pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
Tuesday: Closed
PricesShroom Toast: $15.90

This halal cafe is unique for its classic American and French food fusion. They serve Scrambled Eggs on Toast, Eggs Benedict, and other brunch favorites.

Their Swiss Raclette is something that customers can’t include in their orders. Patrons are surprised with their menu each time they visit the cafe as it changes from time to time.


“first time there going there with my friends and i’m amazed by the taste of the food there! i ordered the nasty beef and it was scrumptious indeed. the thai milk tea too me by surprise too! would definitely come back here again! cheers! ^_^”

18. Overrice

Best Halal Food Singapore: Overrice
DetailsOverrice offers freshly prepared all-in-one bowls with a choice of slow cooked pulled beef, grilled chicken or a plant-based option, fried falafel balls.
AddressAddress: 48 Arab St, Singapore 199745
Phone+65 8877 1827
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm, 6:00pm-9:30pm
PricesChicken Signature Bowl: $12.40


The ambience at Muslim-owned cafe Overrice will make you feel like you have been teleported to Manhattan, New York because, aside from its industrial feel, it features a wall painting of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty, a concept combining yellow and black, and a sign in neon and pink.

The restaurant, which is located on Arab Street, takes inspiration from The Halal Guys restaurant in New York City, which serves popular Middle Eastern cuisine such as pita pockets, rice bowls drizzled with sauce, the yam and prawns laden Yawn Balls, and falafel bites.


“Filling but healthy and delicious, there’s plenty of options and combinations to try. The seating is spartan but practical and the food came out quickly. Spicy sauce (which had a real kick) was served on the side to suit individual tastes. For the price this is definitely worth adding to the lunch options for the area.”

19. Afterwit Bar de Burrito

Best Halal Food Singapore: Afterwit Bar De Burrito
Afterwit Bar de Burrito
DetailsBurritos, Nachos & Tacos, Housemade Sauces, Churros. Halal-Certified
AddressAddress: 778 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198746
Phone+65 8786 1948
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 12:00pm-10:00pm
PricesSlow Costilla: $39.00


This cafe is absolutely worth a visit for restaurant-goers who are looking for halal Mexican dishes. They infuse local flavors into their traditional Mexican dishes to provide rich and unique tastes. They offer a variety of substantial burritos, cheese-filled quesadillas, and special tacos. 


“Had a mix of the tacos, nachos and the pizza. The food is well flavoured and had Mexican taste. in particular the lamb and pizza would rather good.”

20. Fluff Stack

Best Halal Food Singapore: Fluff Stack
Fluff Stack
DetailsFluff Stack is run by pancake enthusiasts. We take pride in creating only the lightest, fluffiest stacks of goodness for our customers. 
AddressLocated in: Suntec City
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-K4 West Atrium, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
ContactPhone+65 8764 3166
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:00am-9:30pm
PricesHazelnut Chocolate: $14.50

Feast your eyes on a range of mouthwatering dishes at this cafe including the Oolong Boba Souffle Pancakes, Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancakes, Mango Passion Fruit Souffle Pancakes, and many others.

Their souffle pancakes are the fluffiest you’ll ever find due to the characteristics of their texture. The cafe is one of the rare places to find halal souffle pancakes in the country. 


“Long wait time to be seated and again for the food. Good and friendly service made up for it. The pancakes were definitely fluffier and less eggy than another one that I’ve tried. However, it’s still way too expensive and the short dining time allocated (~40min) doesn’t justify the long wait time. If you’re looking for a place to linger for a while, come closer to the end of the night because they won’t kick you out if it’s the last seating.”

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Check out some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Halal Cafes in Singapore.

Is Singapore Halal Friendly?

Singapore is a multicultural country with people from different religions. It is not only Muslims who are looking for halal food. There are many people who follow vegetarian diets and they also need to be catered for.

The best halal restaurants in Singapore are those which cater to all dietary requirements, like vegetarians and Muslims. These restaurants usually have a separate section of their menu which caters to these needs.

Does Singapore Serve Halal Food?

There are many halal restaurants in Singapore that serve food to cater to the needs of all Halal diet.

Can Halal Restaurants Sell Alcohol?

Halal restaurants are not allowed to sell alcohol.

Is Toast Box Halal-certified?

No, Toast Box is not Halal-certified.


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