The Lion City’s abundance of food happens to be one of its main draws – and for good reasons too! Perhaps you’re looking for some Muslim-friendly options? Don’t fret, we’ve got a few halal eateries in mind!
If you’re a fan of delicious, grilled goodness, this trendy New York inspired café boasts a menu that will get you salivating before you even place your order! From salted egg calamari to sirloin steak and prawns thermidor, there’s no shortage of drool-worthy dishes to sate your appetite.
You can find &why at 31 Bali Lane. [Map]
Hajah Maimunah Restaurant
If ‘kampung’ cuisine is what tantalises your tastebuds, treat yourself to the authentic Malay meals here! Here, you can fill your belly with the juicy and delectable Sundanese Chicken or the scrumptious Lemak Siput. And of course, their ‘nasi padang’ can’t be missed, so be sure to put it on your list!
Wilder Cafe, Haji Lane
Or pay a visit to Wilder Café, which offers you a delightful fusion of local Singaporean flavour with Western cuisine. With offerings like Salted Egg Taters – which is essentially fries covered in salted egg batter, Parmesan and chilli padi – you know you’re in for a wild ride!
Stumble upon Wilder Café at 749 North Bridge Road [Map].
Brought to you by the same people behind &why, I Am… prides themselves on bringing the culture and atmosphere of Amsterdam to Singaore. Aside from their Dutch-inspired food, the menu is also filled with unique and wildly different signatures, like their satay burger and their rainbow cake!
Find them at 674 North Bridge Road. [Map]
More halal options for you to satiate your appetite:
Warong Nasi Pariaman
738 North Bridge Road [Map]
44 Kandahar Street [Map]
3/F Furama Riverfront Singapore, 405 Havelock Road [Map]
Derwish Turkish Restaurant
60 Bussorah Street [Map]
BLK 712 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 #01-4056 [Map]
17 Bali Lane [Map]
Simpang Bedok, 298 Bedok Road [Map]