Halal Restaurants in Bugis and Kampong Gelam
At Bugis Junction
1. Soup Spoon
– casual Western dining is a great place to satisfy one’s soup cravings ranging from classics like ‘Boston Clam Chowder or Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff to salads, sandwiches and breads. A must try.
2. Big Fish Small Fish
– seafood joint where diners can relish cuts of salmon, dory and sea bass dipped in light and crispy batter paired with potato or onion fritters and popular rice dishes like ‘Spicy Unagi’.
3. Eighteen Chefs
– offers of grilled meat, pasta, burgers and snack platters. One of their signature dish is ‘Heart Attack Fried Rice’ which can be ordered with a side of grilled chicken, Angus beef or lamb rack. Also a good option will be the locally inspired fusion dish ‘Thai Green Curry grilled chicken pasta’.
At Victoria Street
1. Jinjja Chicken
– at this Halal certified Korean fast-food chain dig into ‘black bean noodles, bibimbap noodles and Korean fried chicken in three flavors.At Haji Lane, Arab Street and Bali Lane
1. & Why
– this café takes inspiration from the classic New York delis of 1920s serving hearty dishes popular for brunch.
– a good place for Halal Japanese
food serving popular dishes like ‘Wagyu beef’ grilled, authentic ‘Yakiniku’ and ‘Donburi’.
3. Fat Papas
– a Halal popular
local burger brand serving an extensive menu of burgers, innovative toppings and milkshakes.
4. Moosh Softserve
- beat the heat on a sunny day in Singapore with ice creams, visitors can head to this Haji lane joint to satiate their cravings for something cold and sweet. Must try are ‘Nutella Brownies, S’more and Ondeh-Ondeh.
5. The Mad Sailors
– is the place for classic British food such as Fish and Chips with fresh slaw and house-made tartar sauce, Pesto cream fish, Bangers and Mash, chicks and chips.
6. All Things Delicious Café
– this bustling bakery café in the historic Arab street serves freshly baked goodies, hearty breakfast sets and delicious rice bowls.
7. Jason Niang Dou Fu
– try this one for Halal Asian food
where visitors can choose ‘DIY selection of veggies, fishcakes and meats with rice or noodles. Also popular are local flavors such as ‘Laksa, Mee Goreng and Chee Cheong Fun’ with locals and visitors.
8. Hjh Maimunah
– located behind the historic Sultan mosque is a simple restaurant that is always busy and is easy to see why: ingredients are fresh, food is delicious and prices pocket friendly. Majorly they serve traditional Malay cuisine and Indonesian cuisine. They have been awarded Michelin Gourmand Bib
for good quality and good value cooking.
9. Fika Swedish Café
– is a Swedish Halal
restaurant in Singapore serves breakfast, salads, soups, mains and a delectable array of desserts.
At Bussorah, Kandahar and Baghdad Streets
1. Hazaru Izakaya
– in ‘Kampong Glam’s’ is a Halal certified Japanese Izakaya complete with Ttami seating and Japanese décor. Located within walking distance of the iconic Sultan mosque, this place offers ‘Donburi sets, Gyoza, Salads, Charcoal grilled meats, deep fried foods, Kushiyaki, soups, noodles, mocktails, flavored sodas, fruit juices and Japanese style milkshakes.
2. Positano Risto
– offers Halal authentic Italian food. Soups, salads, appetizers, pastas, grills, pizzas, yummy desserts, Italian coffee, shakes and mocktails.
3. Malayan Council
– serves Halal Malay-Western fusion food. Known for their ‘Roti Kirai beef ribs and Ondeh-Ondeh’ cake.
– serves Halal Swedish
food. For the health conscious their baked goodies are without artificial flavors, coloring and preservatives. Must try ‘Semla bun, sausage croissant and their sweet ‘Choqquettes’.
– serves fusion Thai-Indonesian food and the restaurant interior harks back to a bygone era. Favorites with visitors are ‘Bumbu salad, Mango salad, Prawn cake, Tom Yum seafood soup, Green curry beef, Pandan leaf chicken, Fried fish lemongrass and much more.
North Bridge Road and Aliwal Street
1. Singapore Zam Zam
– is a local legend, over 100 years in business, established in 1908 and one of the most popular Muslim Indian cuisine restaurants in the country known for its biryani, parathas, Murtabak and good Indian fare to be savored.
2. Islamic Restaurant
– established in 1921 has been 99 years in business. Set up by the head chef of the prominent Al Sagoff Muslim
family of Singapore, the place reeks of history where Sultans of Malaysia, Brunei, former Presidents of Singapore Yusuf Ishak, S.R. Nathan and a host of celebrities have dined. It is one of the oldest biryani restaurants in Singapore and serves variety of biryanis and curries.
– offers Halal Mexican
cuisine. Relish tacos, quesadillas, burritos and some infused local flavors like ‘Dendeng tacos, Nasi Lemak and beef biryani here’.
4. The Dimsum Place
– offers Halal Chinese
and is ideal for a light brunch or a heavy dinner serving favorites like ‘Siew Mai, Molten salted egg custard buns, crispy coffee chicken with rice’ and a lot more.