Singapore is a melting pot of culture, so you are bound to find diversity everywhere you look. It can come in various forms such as festivity, fashion, and food. Food especially, is an integral part of some cultures. More and more people look to try for new dishes and explore their taste buds. Which is why it is no surprise you can find many types of cuisines that are Halal. It does not matter if the cuisine is local, from the East, or from the West, having a Halal certification or a pork-free restaurant means every one can try out something new! Take a look at some of the Halal restaurants in Singapore below if you have been looking for one. 20 Halal Restaurants in Singapore 1. Musa Muslim Food (Niu Zou La Mian) Credit: Miss Tam Chiak Musa Muslim Food is also known as Niu Zou La Mian that is located in a food court in Ubi. This humble restaurant is operated solo by a Muslim owner who makes fresh hand-pulled noodles. As the dishes are cooked to order, you can expect a long wait, but it will be worth it! Some of the popular dishes include the beef la mian, dry noodles with cumin lamb, and more at affordable prices. Address: Food Point Food Court 325, Ubi Avenue 1,Singapore 400325 Opening Hours: 8.30am - 10.30pm daily 2. Kulon Sumber: Kulon Aptly situated at Bali Lane, Kulon is the place to go if you are looking for some of the more popular Indonesian street food. Look out for dishes such as bakmi, which is springy egg noodles served with diced chicken cooked in soy sauce, chopped spring onions, and chilli. Other than that, you can also find more modern fares such as burgers with a Javanese edge, all without having to travel to our neighbouring country! Address: 30 Bali Lane, Singapore189866 Opening Hours: - Tue - Fri: 11.30am - 3.30pm \/ 5.30pm - 9.30pm - Sat & Sun: 11.30am - 9.30pm - Mon: Closed Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Restaurant Aisyah (Halal Restaurant Singapore) Credit: Restaurant Aisyah Another Halal traditional Chinese cuisine you can find in Singapore is established within Restaurant Aisyah, which specialised in Xinjiang cuisine. Here you can find the likes of handmade noodles, spicy dumplings, rich beef stew, and meat skewers. Using spices similar to Sichuan dishes such as peppercorn and cumin, you will be sure to take comfort in these flavourful dishes. Address: 176 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068624 Opening Hours: - Mon, Wed - Thu: 11.30am - 2.30pm \/ 5.30pm - 9.00pm - Fri - Sun: 11.30am - 9.00pm Contact Details: +65 9372 4321 \/ email@example.com 4. Chix Hot Chicken Credit: Chix Hot Chicken Forget the big names, Chix Hot Chicken offers Nashville-style country chicken with spicy levels that will challenge your tongue! Typically marinated in buttermilk, and then fried and doused in copious amount of cayenne pepper, this American fried chicken is not for the faint-hearted. It is sometimes served on the bone with white bread and pickles to offset the fiery after-effect, but be rest assured this restaurant will offer you with an unforgettable experience! Address: 1 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199069 Opening Hours: - Mon - Sat: 12.00pm - 9.00pm Contact Details: +65 8893 7031 \/ firstname.lastname@example.org 5. Yassin Kampung (Halal Restaurant Singapore) Credit: Yassin Kampung Yassin Kampung is a popular family restaurant with humble beginnings before expanding to a few outlets across the island. Naturally, their menu has also expanded and include more local favourites, while experimenting with other daring dishes such as durian chicken. Other classic favourites include chilli crab, sweet and sour fish, crispy oat prawn, and hotplate beancurd. See here for full list of outlet address, opening hours, and contact details. 6. Hjh Maimunah (Halal Restaurant Singapore) Credit: Hjh Maimunah Popular amongst locals as well as tourists, Hjh Maimunah is a hot lunchtime spot where you will always find long queues. This iconic nasi padang restaurant serves\u00a0quintessential Malay-Indonesian dishes in limited quantities of each item, so it is no surprise that patrons are always eager to be there early! Some hot favourites include beef rendang, sambal goreng, tauhu telur, and masak lemak siput sedut. Joo Chiat Road Address: #01-0220 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427357 Opening Hours: Tue - Sun: 8.00am - 7.00pm Contact Details: +65\u00a06348 5457 \/ email@example.com Jalan Pisang Address: 11 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199078 Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 8.00am - 7.00pm Contact Details: +65 6297 4294 \/ firstname.lastname@example.org 7. The Halia Credit: The Halia The Halia is located in the one-hectare Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, where the inspiration of the name is from. With over 250 species of gingers with their stunning foliage and colourful flowers surrounding the establishment, you can be sure that you will have a cool and serene experience dining here. The terrace especially is a lovely place to enjoy the views or even the sunset as you savour their elegant dishes such as the goats cheese mousse, slow-cooked Blackmore Wagyu tri tip, smoked duck pate, and more. Address: Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569 Opening Hours: - Mon - Fri & Eve of Public Holiday: 9.00am - 8.30pm - Sat, Sun & PH: 10.00am - 8.30pm Contact Details: +65 8444 1148 \/ email@example.com 8. Warong Nasi Pariaman Credit: Warong Nasi Pariaman For an authentic experience, you should head over to Warong Nasi Pariaman established at the corner of Kandahar Street in 1948 by one Haji Isrin. Now run by third-generation descendants at the same iconic location, this Halal restaurant in Singapore offers classic favourite Indonesian dishes such as ayam bakar, gulai, and belado. Address: 738 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198706 Opening Hours: 7.30am - 4.00pm daily Contact Details: +65\u00a06292 2374 9. Overrice Credit: Overrice Inspired by food pushcarts found at the corners of Manhattan, New York, Overrice offers Mediterranean-influenced bowl dishes tailored to local taste buds. In the establishment itself, there is a mural of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline, with a neon pink sign and an industrial vibe, transporting you to the city that never sleeps. Overrice offers dishes such as slow-cooked pulled beef, grilled chicken, or even plant-based options served over seasoned basmati rice. They are often accompanied by baked pita bread and mixed salad tucked neatly on the side. Address:\u00a048 Arab St, Singapore 199745 Opening Hours: 12.00pm - 4.00pm \/ 6.00pm - 9.30pm Contact Details: +65 8877 1827 \/ firstname.lastname@example.org 10. Islamic Restaurant Credit: Islamic Restaurant Established in 1921, this Islamic Restaurant was founded by Abdul Rahiman, who was then Master Chef of the rich Alsagoff family. Providing meals fit for a king, quite literally, this Halal restaurant in Singapore often receive patrols including the late presidents and even the sultans of our neughbouring countries. Now run by Rahiman's grandson, you can find hearty briyani dishes here such as the mutton briyani, which is chunks of fork-tender meat served with basmathi rice. Address: 745 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198713 Opening Hours: 10.00am - 10.00pm daily Contact Details: +65 6298 7563 \/ email@example.com 11. Royz et Vous Credit: Royz et Vous Founded in 2014, Royz Et Vous is a Muslim-owned establishment in Bugis serving high-end Western cuisine as well as locally-inspired dishes, and specialty coffee. Enjoy their roasted-potato and salad, braised beef cheeck, satay madura, and more within the cosy ambience of any one of their cafes located at Telok Ayer and Sultan Gate. Their specialty coffee are freshly roasted weekly to ensure the best taste of their coffee that they source from various parts of the world. See here for outlet addresses, opening hours, and contact details. 12. Orange & Teal Credit: Orange & Teal Founded by a veteran politician and his wife, Orange & Teal is a contemporary restaurant in Singapore's Coleman island. The decor of the restaurant is enough to entice you to step into the establishment, with walls covered in lush greeneries amidst floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Within the intimate and mellow vibe of the restaurant, you can choose to sit at dining area or on big plushy chairs by the reading corner. Here they serve a mix of American and international cuisine, including steak, pasta, oven-baked beef brisket, and more. You may also choose lighter bites like macarons and cakes paired with coffee or tea. Address: #02-12 Rochester Mall, Buona Vista, Singapore 138639 Opening Hours: - Sun - Thu: 11.00am - 9.00pm - Fri -Sat: 11.00am - 10.00pm - Mon: Closed Contact Details: +65 6993 1006 \/ firstname.lastname@example.org 13. Good Bites Credit: Good Bites Located in Bishan Sports Centre, Good Bites is a cafe restaurant with one simple goal, which is serving affordable yet delicious fusion western dishes. Here you can find a wide selection of pasta, burger, and mains such as Cajun Lamb Rack and Fried Chicken and Waffle. You should also try out their fusion dishes such as the Thai Green Curry pasta that will leave you craving for more! Don't be fooled by the fact that the cafe is located in a sports centre, as the ambience of the cafe is homely by day and romantic by night. Bonus is the cafe is open until late morning! Address: 5 Bishan Street 14, Bishan Sports Hall, #03-01, Singapore 579783 Opening Hours: 11.00am - 5.00am daily Contact Details: +65 6970 0233 \/ \email@example.com 14. Tipo Credit: Tipo Love pizzas and pastas? Tipo specialises in freshly made and artisanal pizzas and pastas at three outlets across the island. Aside from their classic favourites such as seafood Pomodoro pasta and The OG Bomb pizza, you are also able to customise your own pasta and pizza! Pair your meals with their special blend coffee from the Dutch Colony, organic selections of teas, mocktails, or even their still water made in house daily with their own secret brewing method. See here for outlet addresses, opening hours, and contact details. 15. Le Fuse Credit: Le Fuse If you can't get enough of spicy food, you will appreciate your visit at Le Fuse. Serving Sichuan and Mala cuisine, everything here is Halal and will satisfy your taste buds. You can also find unique Malay-Mala fusion dushes on their menu such as the Sichuan beef dendeng. More traditional dishes include Chong Qing diced chicken, Mala Xiang Guo, and Mala Tang. Address: 47 Arab Street, Singapore 199744 Opening Hours: - Tue - Fri: 4.00pm - 10.00pm - Sat & Sun: 12.00pm - 10.00pm 16. The Mad Sailors Credit: The Mad Sailors Quintessentially British, The Mad Sailors offer Brit classics such as fish and chips as well as bangers and mash. Located at the heart of Haji Lane, the classic favourites here are done with a touch of Singapore twist, so you will get the best flavours of both worlds! Address: 24 Haji Lane, Singapore 189217 Opening Hours: 12.00pm - 10.00pm daily Contact Details:\u00a0+65 8768 0465 \/\firstname.lastname@example.org 17. Tash Tish Tosh Credit: Tash Tish Tosh Tash Tish Tosh is a trendy Halal-certified restaurant serving American cuisine heavily inspired by Malay dishes. They utilise their secret blend of spices and guarded family recipes, so you will be sure to have a unique experience here. The fan's favourite include the Tulang Merah dish which is slow cooked beef with bone for 12 hours, soaked in local herbs and spices. Savour this along with irresistible chicken wings, cream basil seafood pasta, lamb rack chop, and more. They are rich not just in flavours, but also culture and history. See here for outlet locations, opening hours, and contact details. 18. Casa de Afterwit Credit: Afterwit Mexican cuisine is rising in popularity amongst local, so it is no surprise that you can find Halal Mexican cuisine here at Afterwit. While the eclectic establishment is small, they make up for it in the mighty flavours of tacos, cheesy quesadillas, and filling burritos! If you are not used to Mexican food, fret not as this eatery has also infused a little bit of local taste into their traditional Mexican dishes to create distinctive tastes. Address: 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198786 Opening Hours: 12.00pm - 10.00pm daily Contact Details:\u00a0+65 8786 1948 \/ email@example.com 19. The Malayan Council Credit: The Malayan Council Located in Little India, The Malayan Council is popular for its hearty localised comfort food. Here you can find delicious pasta dishes and rich indulgent cakes. Serving sizes are huge, so you can share some of the dishes such as the huge plate of cereal fish and chips, as well as the Singapore chili lobster. Address: 22 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209350 Opening Hours: 11.30am - 11.00pm daily Contact Details: +65 9002 4414 \/ firstname.lastname@example.org 20. Sari Ratu Credit: Sari Ratu Another spot where you can get authentic nasi padang, which is a popular cuisine in Singapore, is Sari Ratu. Established in 1982, this restaurant can be found at two their two outlets at Pahang Street and Orchard Road. Some of the favourite classics include nasi rames ayam gulai, beef rendang, as well the beef tendon curry. Pahang Street Address: 20 Pahang St, Singapore 198617 Opening Hours: - Tue - Fri, Sun: 11.30am - 7.00pm - Sat: 11.30am - 8.00pm - Mon: Closed Contact Details: +65 6294 9983 Orchard Road Address: 304 Orchard Rd, #02-107 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863 Opening Hours: - Tue - Thu, Sun: 11.00am - 8.00pm - Fri: 12.00pm - 7.00pm - Sat: 11.45am - 8.00pm - Mon: Closed Contact Details: +65 6836 9983 Looking for Halal food in Singapore requires a bit of effort, especially if you are more particular about the Halal certification. While some of the restaurants listed above are Halal-certified, there are those that are not, albeit not serving any pork dishes. Be sure to check with the restaurant before paying them a visit to avoid any confusion! We hope you have found this listing useful and will try out some of the restaurants we mentioned!