5 Delicious Halal Restaurants You Can't Miss Out On
5 Delicious Halal Restaurants You Can't Miss Out On
Dining together should be easy--these 5 Halal restaurants in Singapore are perfect for everyone to gather around and enjoy a meal together!
Finding a Halal food spot can be tricky in Singapore sometimes.
Well, time to add these delicious options to your list!
So whether it’s a romantic date night or a chill hangout with your family and friends, we’ve got you covered with our pick of the 5 best Halal restaurants in Singapore to satisfy even the pickiest taste buds.
Nothing says comfort food quite like a hot bowl of Beef Boat Noodles, so head to Saap Saap Thai to enjoy this delicious sweet and savoury dish.
The aromatic broth is infused with Thai basil and spices, and is served over some of Saap Saap Thai’s springy rice noodle. Of course, we can’t forget about the star of the dish--the tender beef slices that have been cooked to perfection.
If you’re looking for dishes that are great for sharing--or if you're in the mood for afeast--Saap Saap Thai has other delectable dishes to choose from. We recommend their Thai crispy chicken wings and drumettes that are infused with just the right amount of tang to keep you coming back for another bite.
We recommend ending your meal with some traditional Mango Sticky Rice ($5.50), drizzled with a bit of sweet coconut milk, or opt for our personal favourite, that Mango Sticky Rice Ice Cream combo ($6.50)!
We all know about South Korean’s famous fried chicken but have you tried Nene Chicken’s 50cm Hotplate Chicken? The highly-instagrammable dish features Nene Chicken’s signature crispy chicken alongside a huge plate of creamy molten cheese.
Dunk your chicken into the cheese and be amazed by the #cheesepull. Wrap it around your chicken and savour the smooth velvety texture in contrast with the crispy skin of the chicken. It is a mindblowing dish.
One thing we especially love about this dish is the fact that Nene Chicken’s crispy chicken isn’t greasy at all. The chain’s special batter-dip process ensures excess oil doesn’t seep into the chicken meat so you can enjoy each bite as much as the last.
The 50cm Hotplate Chicken also comes with a side of chicken Korean stew that’s served with deliciously chewy and sticky tteokbokki rice cakes. The stew strikes a balance of sweet and savoury flavours, and is a great palette cleanser next to all that cheese and fried chicken!
To top the whole dish off, the Hotplate Chicken comes with curly fries that are complemented with a choice of Swicy, Honey Mustard and Freaking Hot sauces that you can dip into to your heart’s content.
You’ve probably heard this one a gazillion times, but there’s a reason why so many people love Eighteen Chefs: it’s quality food at affordable prices! Founded in 2007, Eighteen Chefs sets out to help youths and persons of troubled backgrounds. With a strong social mission, the chain creates a safe working environment for all of its employees to work without discrimination.
Eighteen Chefs’ all-halal menu offers a wide selection of dishes for you to choose from, but our favourites have to be their signature dishes. All priced at $14.80, their Signature Dishes include: Tom Yum Seafood Fusilli Soup, Salted Egg Crispy Chicken, Japanese Curry Beef Rice, Pan-Fried Fish with Thai Salsa, and Fish and Chips.
If you’re a hearty eater looking to satisfy your stomach and warm your soul, the sweet Japanese Curry Beef Rice will hit all the right spots! If you prefer something with a little bit more of a kick, the Tom Yum Seafood Fusilli Soup packs a load of punch while remaining light enough to enjoy midday.
Don’t miss out on Eighteen Chefs’ Weekday Lunch Set that comes with a free choice of sides/dessert and drink. You can also enjoy $2 off all* main courses if you’re a student, NSF, or a senior citizen, but terms and conditions still apply so check in with the staff at your nearest outlet!
You don’t have to compromise on nutrition when looking for your next quick to-go meal. Stuff’d always prepares their Mexican and Turkish takeaways with the freshest ingredients, which are customisable to your dietary needs and preferences, whatever they may be.
Their nutrient-dense and fibre-rich food options are aplenty. hey even have Impossible™ meat on their menu if you’re looking for a vegan option. You can also check out their nutrient calculator if you’re counting calories and planning your meals.
If you’re new to Stuff’d, you can start with their juicy Burrito option. We’re talking soft tortilla skins that have been spread with a generous dollop of tomato salsa and sour cream, and packed with tangy cilantro-lime rice and hearty black beans. Your choices of meat include chicken, beef con carne, veggies, or Impossible™ patties, all topped off with a spicy habanero sauce. If you’re looking for an option that’s a little lighter on your stomach, you can always try out their Kebabs, Daily Bowls, Tacos and Quesadillas.
Run by Madam Sakina Abdullah, 67, Green Delight’s is a halal-certified stall that specialises in yong tau foo. Look forward to a bowl full of fresh vegetables, soy-based products, and white meat - a must-visit for anyone looking to eat healthier in 2020.
Green Delights has received rave reviews for their tasty and extremely affordable food. Your yong tau foo items can be fried, or served in soup style with a choice of clear or curry gravy, but we would definitely suggest indulging in the rich curry gravy on those cheat days.
The stall also features generous portions of its ingredients, which include but are not limited to brinjals, water chestnuts and carrots. If you’re looking for a delicious and halal yong tau foo try out Green Delights when you’re in the West.
Halal Food Options in Singapore
Sharing a meal with your friends shouldn’t be a challenge, so we hope this list of Halal restaurants in Singapore gives you guys tons more options to try out and enjoy!
For more helpful food guides, check out our healthy CBD lunch guide here!