Six must-try Halal food spots in Singapore

Grab your friends for a Halal food adventure with these international cuisines.

Sarah Alysha

Published: 28 June 2021, 3:27 PM

Tired of eating the same meal over and over again with your friends? Or perhaps you’re looking for new Halal food spots to jio your Muslim friends? 

As dining-in at eateries finally resumes, it’s time for you to catch up with your friends over a delicious meal!

From Italian food to hidden mookata spots, here are six Halal eateries that are worth a try. 

1. Squisito

Searching for good halal Italian food here in Singapore will always be a never-ending quest. If you haven’t found one to your liking, perhaps you could give Squisito a shot. 

Squisito, which means “delicious” in Italian, offers a wide variety of food choices ranging from pizza, pasta and even steak.


Squisito serves gnocchi which comes in many different flavours, including a vegetarian option. PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@SQUISITO.SG


The average price for their main dishes is about $17. Although it may sound pricey, their portions are relatively large, which means you can easily share the mains with your friends and split the bill equally.

There’s definitely something for everyone here at Squisito so if you would like to try some delicious Halal Italian food, book a table here!

Address: 28 Bali Lane
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 3pm; 5.30pm to 10pm from Monday to Friday, 11.30am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday

2. Yi Zun Noodle

Planning on sharing some Chinese cuisine with your Muslim friends?

Head down to Yi Zun Noodle, Singapore’s first Muslim-owned hand-pulled la mian noodle store that serves authentic beef noodles originating from Xinjiang.


Their beef noodles come with huge pieces of beef, making it worth your money. PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@YIZUNNOODLE


At just $9.80, you’d be able to get your hands on a hearty bowl of beef noodle soup. 

Although the store’s main star is their beef noodles, their menu also includes many other dishes like dim sum and even a local favourite – mala xiang guo

Check out their website for more information and explore a world full of Halal Chinese food today.

Address: 60 Joo Chiat Rd #01-08/09
Opening Hours: 11am-10pm daily

3. Sedap Mania by Astons

Mookata is usually prepared in a non-halal manner, hence not allowing our Muslim friends to enjoy the full experience. 

However, the team behind Astons, which many of us would know for their affordable steaks, recently opened up a mookata restaurant, Sedap Mania.

Not only is this mookata place Halal-certified, it is also extremely affordable.

For just $10 per person, you’d be able to get the real deal, which includes all your seafood, meat and soup choices. 


If you’re a fan of Korean food, they also serve Korean Army stew. PHOTO CREDIT: SEDAP MANIA


Visit their website for more information on how you can get the full mookata experience together with your Muslim friends!

Address: 5 Changi Village Rd, #01-2001
Opening Hours: 5pm to 9.30pm from Monday to Thursday, 11.30am to 10pm from Friday to Sunday

4. Pita Bakery

Are you perhaps looking for a place that serves something different from your usual lunch or dinner choices? How about something light for one of those tea-time meet-ups with your friends?

Pita Bakery serves Middle Eastern cuisine ranging from breads, falafel, dips and many more. Their signature dish would of course be their pitas, which is a type of Middle Eastern bread.

If you’re not familiar with Middle Eastern cuisine, fret not as they’ve got a sharing platter for $25 where you can try almost everything on their menu.


The sharing platter also comes with various dips and salads. PHOTO CREDIT: PITA BAKERY


Besides being a Halal-certified restaurant, Pita Bakery is also vegan and kosher-friendly. 

Who knows, you might fall in love with Middle Eastern food after dropping by Pita Bakery.

Address: 29 Bali Lane
Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm from Monday to Thursday, 9am to 9.30pm from Friday to Sunday

5. Flavour Flings

If you are tired of eating your typical Western food at your nearby coffee shop, head down to Flavour Flings, a place that serves Western food with a slight twist – an option to add on some Swiss raclette cheese!

Simply add $5 to your order to enjoy having melted cheese all over your plate of food.


You can get some Instagram-worthy shots as they pour that melted cheese in front of you. PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@FLAVOURFLINGS


In addition to main dishes such as spicy mushroom arrabiata pasta, they also serve brunch and desserts such as pancakes and brownies.

Although they’re situated right below a HDB Block, the food they serve is definitely different from your average neighbourhood kopitiam. Foodies out there who’d like to give Flavour Flings a try can book a table here.

Address: 121 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1348
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 4pm and 5.30pm to 10pm from Thursday to Monday, 5.30pm to 10pm on Wednesday. Closed on Tuesdays.

6. Yassin Kampung’s Shiok Garden

Yassin Kampung is known for serving our local favourite dishes such as chilli crab, fish head curry and more. 

However, they recently opened up a hotpot and BBQ restaurant named Shiok Garden.

Shiok Garden has about 30 different types of marinated meats available for you to choose from and a variety of soup choices.


You can try up to two soup choices at a time. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/YASSIN KAMPUNG 


You might be wondering… isn’t this mookata? What’s so special? 

Unlike most mookata places, Shiok Garden is buffet style and does not charge you per plate. If you and your friends are big eaters, Shiok Garden is the place to have your all-you-can-eat experience.

Address: 31 Riverside Road, Admiralty Park
Opening Hours: 11am to 11pm daily

Halal food does not necessarily have to be your usual nasi goreng or prata. Give these eateries a shot and you might just find yourself with a new favourite dish, or pleasantly surprised at how delicious these international Halal cuisines can be in Singapore.

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