Halal Food in Bugis, Singapore

Halal Food in Bugis – Bugis is home to the now cobblestoned and wide avenue known as Bugis Street, billed by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board as the “largest street shopping location in Singapore”. Well-loved by even the locals, Bugis is also home to some of the best halal cuisine in Singapore! Here is a full guide to the halal eateries in Bugis.

 

Bugis – Bugis Junction, Bugis+, Bugis Village

The exact avenue, Bugis Street, is sandwiched between the buildings of Bugis Junction and Bugis+. The eateries in this section can be found near and around this street!

1. Big Fish Small Fish – Bugis Junction

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This halal-certified cafe offers a range of Western cuisine at an affordable price. The cafe boasts a variety of fish dishes where the fish fillet are battered and served with freshly sliced potato crisps. You can pick from a typical Dory to premium options like Salmon. Coated in thin batter, the fish remains juicy while the crust is light and crispy. If you are craving some seafood, why not stop by Big Fish Small Fish?

Address: 200 Victoria Street #04-05 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm, daily

 

2. Eighteen Chefs – Bugis Junction

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Founded by Chef Benny Se Teo, who was the first Singaporean who worked in Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Restaurant in London, Eighteen Chefs serves Western-fusion cuisines. In 2015, this restaurant won 2 awards at the Restaurant Association of Singapore! Serving freshly prepared dishes at an affordable prices, this is the place to go if you are hoping to have a full Western meal. Dishes range from pasta to steak and lamb chops.

Address: 200 Victoria Street #04-06 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: Sun-Thu, 11am – 11 pm; Fri, Sat & Eve of PH, 11am – 1am

Contact: 67349741

 

3. Nando’s – Bugis Junction

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Nando’s is a Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant that is best known for their flame grilled chicken doused in a special PERi-PERi sauce that is not only addictive and incredibly delicious! Available in four different flavours including Lemon & Herb, Mild, Hot and Extra Hot, there is something for everyone. 

Address: 200 Victoria Street #01-85/87 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm, daily

 

4. PastaMania – Bugis Junction

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Pastamania is one of the largest halal Italian restaurant chain in Singapore with over 50 stores in 8 countries. Founded in 1998, they serve affordable authentic Italian cuisine including freshly-cooked pasta and handmade pizza! If you are craving affordable and halal Italian cuisine, this is the place for you!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #B1-08 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm, daily

 

5. Seoul Garden – Bugis Junction

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Seoul Garden is a halal-certified Korean brand in Singapore which features a 2-in-1 proprietary smokeless grill system and proprietary Korean-Asian marinades! After being in service since the last 35 years, Seoul Garden is proving to be one of the most loved halal restaurants. Not only is this the perfect place to have Korean BBQ, it is also a comfortable and family-friendly restaurant!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #02-52 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11.30am – 10.30pm, daily

 

6. Swensen’s – Bugis Junction

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A perfect halal-certified restaurant for family and friends, Swensen’s serves all-day menu of scrumptious food and ice cream sundaes. The cozy, comfortable and friendly environment offers a wide selection of hearty food including steaks, salads and pasta! 

Address: 200 Victoria Street #01-68 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 10.30am – 10.30pm; Sat & Sun, PH, 8am – 10.30pm 

 

7. The Original Boat Noodle – Bugis Junction

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Coming from a humble but tasty beginnings in Thailand by only serving noodles, The Original Boat Noodle brings authentic Thai cuisine and street food to Sunny Singapore. Founded in 2018, they offer delicious broth, springy noodles and other delectable side dishes. You will also be able to experience an authentic and lively Thai street ambiance from the food to the decor!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #02-46 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11.30am – 9pm, daily

 

8. The Soup Spoon – Bugis Junction

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Committed to serving bowls of soup that are not only hearty and warm but also delicious, The Soup Spoon is a halal-certified restaurant with soups that are inspired by SouperChef Anna’s travel around the world. If you need a little pick me up and a good bowl of soul food, this place is for you!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #B1-K24A Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 10.30am – 10pm, daily

 

9. Tuk Tuk Cha – Bugis Junction

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Tuk Tuk Cha is a Thai cafe not only serves freshly brewed Thai tea and coffee with the tea leaves and coffee beans directly from Thailand, but also desserts! Some of their popular items include Shibuya Toast and a mini version of itself, Golden Toast with assorted dips!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #M01-K1 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11am – 9.30pm, daily

 

10. Wok Hey – Bugis Junction

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Known as the Masters of stir fry dishes, Wok Hey aims to serve the best rice and noodles in town. Here you can customize your own zi char and decide what goes into your meal! For a quick run, stop by Wok Hey!

Address: 200 Victoria Street #B1-K03 Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11.30am – 9.30pm

 

11. Fish & Co. – Bugis+

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Fish & Co. serves fresh seafood in a pan inspired from Mediterranean fishermen who caught seafood fresh from the seas, cooked and ate it straight from the pan. Ingredients used are all fresh and natural ingredients are also used. This chain offers a unique dining experience with nautical motifs all over the restaurant, perfect for a family meal!

Address: 201 Victoria Street #04-07 Singapore 188067

Opening hours: 11.30am – 11pm, daily

Contact: 6338 2836

 

12. Wing Zone – Bugis+

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Founded by Matt Friedman and Adam Scott in their frat house on campus in 1991, Wing Zone has now grown worldwide. With a variety of sauces to choose from for their famous wings, this halal-certified restaurant is perfect for those who enjoys the spicier things in life!

 Address: 201 Victoria Street #04-20 Singapore 188067

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm, daily

 

13. Jinjja Chicken – Bugis Village

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Jinjja Chicken is a Korean fast food restaurant inspired by South Korea’s street food culture and love for fried chicken. The restaurant sources for ingredients and recipes from all over Korea and avoids, as much as possible, the excessive use of preservatives, additives and overly processed ingredients. If you are looking for scrumptious and affordable Korean street food, then this is the place for you!

Address: 249 Victoria Street Singapore 188032

Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 11am – 10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 11.30pm

 

14. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen – Bugis Village 

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Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is an American chain that is best known for their fried chicken was founded in 1972 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The popular restaurant serves Cajun Fried Chicken, chicken tenders, burgers and more!

Address: 229 Victoria Street Singapore 188023

Opening hours: 10.30am – 11pm, daily

Contact: 63378058

 

15. Qiji – Bugis Village

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Qiji is a halal-certified restaurant committed to creating and serving authentic Singaporean cuisine using the finest ingredients. Some of their signature dishes include Handmade Popiah and Nasi Lemak.

Address: 160 Rochor Road Singapore 188435

Opening hours: Mon – Sat, 9.30am – 10pm; Sun, 9.30am – 9.15pm 

Also Read: Halal Food in Esplanade

Arab St. & Kampong Glam

Just a couple of minutes walk away from Bugis, you will find a historical neighborhood of Kampong Glam and the popular trendy Arab St. Here, you can find a plethora of halal restaurants as well! 

 

16. &Why

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&Why is designed to give out a New York Deli concept, from the vintage interior design to the menu, the cafe is reminiscent of The Great Gatsby. As you are enchanted by the charms of the 1920s that the cafe exudes, indulge in grilled delicacies this halal-certified eatery offers. From Salted Egg Calamari, Brunch dishes, lamb cuts and more! &Why also serves coffee from three types of in-house roasted beans and desserts like the ever-popular Sticky Dates Pudding and Orchid Panna Cotta.

Address: 31 / 30 Bali Lane #01-01 Singapore 189867

Opening hours: Thu – Tue, 11am – 11pm; Wed, closed

Contact: 62910993

 

17. Afterwit SG

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Inspired by the afterthought of “why not gourmet tacos with artisanal sauces”, Afterwit is a halal-certified restaurant serving Mexican cuisine. Their diverse menu includes a variety of quesadillas, burritos, chimichanga and tacos! They also serve a range of desserts and drinsk as well.

Address: 778 North Bridge Road Singapore 198746

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 11am – 10pm; Fri, 11am – 11pm; Sat & Sun, 12pm – 11pm

 

18. All In 

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Inspired by convenient takeaway counters in Melbourne, All In is strategically located in a corner shop in Bali Lane. Opens as early as 8am, this spot is perfect for those who are looking for an eatery to get takeaway breakfast. All In is the perfect pitstop for a cup of coffee, juice boost, sneaky ice-cream and more!

Address: 660 North Bridge Road Singapore 188797

Opening hours: 8am – 11pm, daily

 

19. All Things Delicious

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If you are looking for a place to take a little rest before more shopping or sightseeing, then All Things Delicious could be the perfect spot! This halal-certified bakery promises naturally good ingredients, nothing artificial and no trans fat in their goods, making the treats here guilt-free. 

Address: 462 Crawford Lane #01-61 Singapore 190462

Opening hours: Tue – Fri, 8am – 7pm; Sat, 9am – 7pm; Sun, closed

 

20. Bumbu Restaurant

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Bumbu Restaurant is a halal-certified restaurant serving Indonesian-Chinese cuisine. The decor of the restaurant is as though it is stuck in time and will definitely make you feel incredibly nostalgic! With 3 branches in Singapore, you can be sure that the food is good!

Address: 44, Kandahar Street Singapore 198897

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 11am to 3pm, 6pm – 10pm; Mon, closed

Contact: 63928628

 

21. Derwish Halal Mediterranean Restaurant

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Committed to serving authentic Turkish cuisine to those who haven’t had the opportunity to, Derwish Halal Mediterranean Restaurant aims to also share the repertoire of dishes and their cultural practices. The decor of the restaurant will definitely help you feel like you are not in Singapore!

Address: 60 Bussorah Street Singapore 199476

Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 11am – 11pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 12am

 

22. Eaterz

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Serving Asian Fusion and Western Cuisine, Eaterz is also perfect for families. They boast a plethora of dishes including Steak Sandwich, Mee Siam, Pancakes and more. From the range of dishes offered, it is clear that there is something for everyone here!

Address: 150 Arab Street Singapore 199832

Contact: 68039775

 

23. Fat Papas Burgers and Shakes

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Co-founded by Sheikh Haikel and Anna Belle, Fat Papas Burgers and Shakes is a halal alternative to FatBoy’s The Burger Bar. With 5 outlets in Singapore and Malaysia, it is a testament to the great quality of the food served here. While you can definitely find delicious burgers here, you can also find ribs, shakes and more!

Address: 17 Bali Lane, Singapore 189853

Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 12pm – 10pm; Fri, Sat, Eve of PH & PH, 12pm – 10.30pm

 

24. Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro

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Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro serves home-cooked, traditional Swedish food and pastry using only the finest and freshest ingredients. Fika also does themed events for instance, during the festive seasons, there are special menus! 

Address: 257 Beach Road Singapore 199539

Opening hours: Sun – Thu & PH, 11am – 10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 11pm; Eve of PH, 11am – 11pm

Contact: 63969096

 

25. Fluff Bakery 

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Founded by self-made home-baker now turned head baker, Nursyazanna Syaira, Fluff Bakery is best known for their incredible cakes and cupcakes! Coming around to this bakery is always a treat as the menu changes weekly and the bakery offers a selection of cupcakes, layered cakes, rustic cakes, tarts and many others! Up to date, they have made over a hundred cupcake flavours.

Address: 12 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199079

Opening hours: Tues – Sat, 12pm – 7.30pm; Sun, 11am – 5pm

 

26. Grillninetynine

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Grillninetynine serves Western cuisine that is halal-certified offering comfortable dining with ambiance and light music, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Lay back, relax and indulge in the grilled goodness here!

Address: 142 Arab street Singapore 199828

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm, daily

 

27. Hajah Maimunah

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Hajah Maimunah is a popular restaurant serving Kampung-style cuisine since it was established in the 90s. They are best known for their great selection of signature dishes including the Juicy Sundanese Grilled Chicken, Lemak Siput, Oxtail Soup and more. There are more than 40 selections that you can choose and mix for your meal!

Address: 11 & 15 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199078

Opening hours: 7am – 8pm, daily

 

28. Hazaru Izakaya

Hazaru Izakaya is the 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore with a modern twist! This restaurant specialises in charcoal-grilled items and donburi sets. If you are keen to try a new and delicious twist to typical Japanese cuisine, try Hazaru Izakaya! 

Address: 16 Bussorah St, Singapore 199437

Opening hours: Tues – Thu, 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 11pm; Fri, 3pm – 11pm; Sat & Sun, 12pm – 11pm; Mon, closed

 

29. I am…

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Derived from Amsterdam city’s icon and its residents’ collective, I am… is a halal-certified cafe serving a line of Dutch-inspired food. Their signature dishes include burgers, ribs, fish & chips and more. One of their most popular snacks on the menu is Bitterballen, which was created after 1.5 years of trials and experiments. The cafe is also an alfresco eating establishment, allowing diners to people-watch as they tuck into their meals.

Address: 674 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188804

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 9am – 11pm; Fri, 9am – 1am; Sat, 9am – 1am; Sun, 9am – 10pm

Contact: 62955509

 

30. IndoBowl

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Serving Indonesian street food, IndoBowl’s menu includes a variety of IndoMie recreations! While serving authentic Indonesian cuisine, IndoBowl is committed in making food without artificial and preservatives, making sure that the ingredients used are always fresh. Don’t forget to taste their addictively spicy and delicious sambal when you’re there!

Address: 37 Sultan Gate Singapore 198485

Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 11am – 3.45pm, 5pm – 9.45pm; Sat & Sun, 12pm – 3.45pm, 5pm – 9.45pm

Contact: 62917152

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31. Julie Bakes

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Founded in 2013 by Juliana Jahayer, Julie Bakes started as a home-based business. With her passion for cupcake baking, she eventually immersed herself in trendy cakes and later went on to fusion cupcakes. For a sweet treat, this halal-certified bakery might just be the place for you!

Address: 14 Baghdad Street Singapore 199653

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 12pm – 9pm; Mon, closed

 

32. Kava Bistro

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Started in 2018, Kava’s main vision is to be the founding father of gourmet coffee in South East Asia and to revolutionise the Halal Food Scene in Singapore. The bistro offers a variety of dishes including Classic Cheeseburgers to Ondeh-Ondeh Cinnamon Rolls.

Address: 142 Arab Street, Singapore 199828

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm, daily

 

33. Konditori

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Opened in 2016, Konditori is an artisan European bakery with all the baked goods are made from scratch by hand. They also make customised cakes and desserts for customers!

Address: 33 Bussorah Street Singapore 199451

Opening hours: 10.30am – 9pm, daily

Contact: 62098580

 

34. Le Fuse Cafe

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Founded in 2018 with their first outlet in Upper Serangoon Road, it has now relocated to the Central City Area attracting more locals and tourists alike. Le Fuse serves a host of signature dishes from some spicy hot pot in the form of Mala Xiang Guo to authentic dry beef noodles, you are sure to be satisfied from this eatery boasting halal Chinese Sichuan cuisine!

Address: 47 Arab Street Singapore 199744

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 12pm – 10pm; Mon, closed

 

35. Lickety

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Craving for a cold dessert? Then Lickety is your place to be! The first ice-cream and egglet waffle dessert parlour in Singapore (and of course halal-certified), you can get all you sweet tooth cravings satisfied here!

Address: 34 Bussorah Street Singapore 199452

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm, daily

 

36. Lina’s Cafe

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Lina’s Cafe is a halal-certified cafe aiming to create a safe haven for families with ASD kids to dine in. Their menu includes traditional dishes like Mee Rebus and everyone’s favourite, bubble teas!

Address: 7 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199074

Opening hours: Mon, 10am – 7pm; Tue-Sat, 11am – 8pm; Sun, closed

Contact: 94560992

 

37. Padi @ Bussorah

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Boasting authentic Malay food, Padi @ Bussorah whips up these dishes with the freshest ingredients. This homely restaurant is perfect for those who are looking for a place that is not only comfortable but serve incredible food!

Address: 53 Bussorah Street Singapore 199469

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 11am – 10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 11pm; Sun, 11am – 10pm

Contact: 62913921

 

38. Peppercorn

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Peppercorn is a Singapore-styled Halal Malatang from Shanghai with over 20 types of ingredients to choose from – from fish, chicken, beef, soybean products and more. Sichuan cuisine is characterized by bold flavours especially the pungency and spiciness resulting from the use of garlic and chilli peppers as well as the unique flavour of Sichuan peppercorns. This halal-certified establishment is the place to go if you want to challenge yourself with some spicy dishes!

Address: 30 Kandahar Street Singapore 198890

Opening hours: Mon – Sat, 11.30am to 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 9.30pm

 

39. Pita Bakery

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Itching for a taste of authentic Mediterranean cuisine? Try out the freshly baked bread served at Pita Bakery, one of the vegan community’s best kept secrets. With over 6 years under their belt, Pita Bakery is beloved by all who visits!

Address: 29 Bali Lane Singapore 189865

Opening hours: 10am – 7pm, daily

 

40. Pondok Jawa Timur

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Pondok Jawa Timur is an Indonesian restaurant serving authentic Indonesian food. All the food here are halal-certiifed as well. If you find yourself here, don’t forget to try their signature and crowd favourite, chicken satay. There is also a variety of traditional rice platters!

Address: 737 North Bridge Road Singapore 198705

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm, daily

Contact: 68845853

 

41. Positano Risto

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Ranked as Singapore’s most reviewed Italian restaurant, Positano Risto does not only serve great food, but a great social dining experience. Having won TripAadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2018, it is a testament to the quality of food and service is here!

Address: 66 Bussorah Street Singapore 199479

Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 11.30am – 10pm; Fri & Sat, 11.30am – 11pm

Contact: 62921866

 

42. Safari Cafe

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Safari Cafe is a cosy cafe serving scrumptious local and Western dishes where you can enjoy your meal and people watch! Some of the dishes you can find here includes Steak au Gratin, Smokin’ House Burger and more.

Address: 57 Haji Lane Singapore 189250

Opening hours: 11.30am – 10pm, daily

 

43. Sticky Rice

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Sticky Rice serves halal-certified authentic and affordable Thai food in a casual setting. If you are looking for a place that is chill, where you can enjoy Thai food comfortably, head on to Sticky Rice!

Address: 23 Bali Lane Singapore 189859

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 9.30pm; Fri & Sat, 12pm – 2pm, 6pm – 10.30pm; Sun, closed

 

44. Street Submarine

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Street Submarine is an eatery that serves up a wide variety of local-inspired submarine sandwiches. Some of their subs includes Chilli Rendang sub, Beef Satay sub, Spicy Pulled Beef sub and more! You can also find some scrumptious and unique desserts like the Milo Ice Kepal (shaved ice ball drenched in luscious milo syrup) here.

Address: 34 Haji Lane Singapore 189227

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm, daily

 

45. Sultan Turkish Restaurant

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If you are craving Turkish and Middle Eastern dishes, why not try the dishes at Sultan Turkish Restaurant? With their extensive menu, there is something for everyone from meat lovers or a vegetarian. Some of their menu include Bamiya Lamb, Shorba and more!

Address: 30 Bussorah Street Singapore 199448

Opening hours: 11am – 11pm, daily

Also Read: 28 Halal Restaurants in Orchard Road, Singapore

 

46. Taliwang Restaurant

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Serving a mixture of Indonesian and Western dishes, Taliwang Restaurant aims to provide for all their patrons. Some of their popular dishes includes Ayam Bakar Taliwang, Ikan Bakar Taliwang, steak, Satay Rembiga and more. There is also a set lunch available!

Address: 26 Kandahar Street Singapore 198888

Opening hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm; Sun, closed

 

47. Tash Tish Tosh

Founded in 2013, serves an interest twist of American food with a scrumptious Malay touch. They are a halal-certified establishment as well. One of the most interesting dishes here is the mix of tulang and pizza dough, aptly named Battleship, Mothership and Destroyer.

Address: 50 Kandahar Street Singapore 198900

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 11am – 2am; Mon, closed

 

48. The Hashtag Cafe

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The Hashtag Cafe serves halal-certified Western Fusion food and beverages with a menu filled with unique dishes. These dishes include Korma steak, Wanton spaghetti and more. If you are looking for an interesting fusion cafe, this is your pick!

Address: 743 North Bridge Road Singapore 198711

Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 11am – 10pm; Fri, 3pm – 11pm; Sat, 11am – 11pm

 

49. The Mad Sailor

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The Mad Sailor is a Muslim-owned cafe, which pays homage to the best of Britain with gourmet fish and chips as well as other well-loved classics. Inspired by the founders’ culinary travels across the United Kingdom, this restaurant is perfect for those who want a delicious taste of English cuisine.

Address: 24 Haji Lane Singapore 189217

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 12pm – 10pm; Fri, 12pm – 11pm; Sat, 10am – 11pm; Sun, 10am – 10pm

 

50. The Malayan Council

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The Malayan Council is a halal-certified restaurant where you can spend time having scrumptious food and hanging out with friends. Cuisine offered here is a creative fusion of Malay and Western food which includes Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi, Cheesy Kupang and more.

Address: 71 Bussorah Street Singapore 199484

Opening hours: 11am – 11pm, daily

Contact: 90097345

 

51. The Ramen Stall

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Serving traditional Japanese cuisine with a tinge of local flavour, The Ramen Stall follows health conscious trends while still boasting impressive dishes for the patrons. Priding themselves over using the finest and freshest ingredients, you can be sure that the quality of the food served will be impeccable! 

Address: 787 North Bridge Road Singapore 198755

Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 5pm – 6am; Sat, Sun & PH, 12pm – 6am

 

52. The Royals Steakhouse

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The Royal Steakhouse is a halal-certified restaurant serving an incredible array of dishes. Often, the line can get long so make reservations to avoid disappointment. Some of the dishes served here includes steaks, burgers and more!

Address: 10 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199077

Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thu & Fri, 3pm – 12mn; Sat, 12.30pm – 12mn; Sun, 12.30pm – 11pm; Tue – closed

 

53. Tipo

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Tipo is a halal-certified restaurant where you can find handcrafted pasta made using high-quality ingredients. Some of the pastas made here include Dill & Lemon Fettuccine, Saffron Fusilli and more! Always check the pastas they are selling for the day, just in case you miss the one you want to try.

Address: 785 North Bridge Road Singapore 198753

Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm, daily

Contact: 87680785

 

54. Wakuwaku Yakiniku 

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Wakuwaku Yakiniku is Singapore’s first halal yakiniku restaurant headed by Japanese chef, who promises to deliver the same authentic Wagyu beef experience. They also serve scrumptious Donburi bowls for lunch diners!

Address: 27 Bali Lane Singapore 189863

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 5pm – 9.30pm; Mon, closed

 

55. Working Title Cafe

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Serving artisanal coffee and gourmet food, Working Title Cafe is also furnished impeccably making the place a comfortable space for all to enjoy. Initially, this cafe was just a breakfast and brunch restaurant for The Shophouse Boutique Hostel. While there are other brunch menus, its specialises in gourmet burgers so be sure to order one of the many options when you are here!

Address: 783 North Bridge Road Singapore 198751

Opening hours: Mon – Thu, 11am – 10pm; Fri, 11am – 11pm; Sat & Sun, 10am – 11pm

Contact: 87680463

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