Best Halal Seafood Restaurants in Singapore That’ll Make You Hungry

You simply cannot visit Singapore without savouring the famous Chilli Crab. But there are also other Singaporean seafood dishes you should not miss out on. There are plenty of delectable halal seafood restaurants islandwide serving up some of the freshest seafood.

While seafood is generally halal, there are restaurants which serve it with non-halal ingredients like alcohol – so if you’re not sure which ones are permissible, fret not because we’ve got you covered.

Whether you’re looking for crabs, clams or cockles, check out these 10 halal seafood restaurants in Singapore to satisfy your fishy or crabby cravings!

1. Yassin Kampung

Yassin Kampung
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The rustic kampung vibes will greet as soon as you step into this halal seafood restaurant. Yassim Kampung may be known for Asia’s first Kampung Durian Chicken but they also boast a delicious selection of seafood dishes.

Their seafood dishes are served Asian style with mouthwatering favourites like Sambal Stingray and Chilli Crab. Drop by any of their four outlets and indulge in some fresh seafood!

Address: Admiralty, Bedok, Clementi, Marsiling

Hours: Depending on outlet

Contact: Website

2. Warong Kim’s Seafood

Warong Kim Seafood
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Warong Kim Seafood has reopened and is serving a new menu which fuses both Asian and Western cuisine. Though it is known for serving up Hokkien cuisine, this halal seafood restaurant prides itself in providing Muslim foodies with an array of seafood.

From lobsters to prawns, you’ll be able to select the type of sauce you wish to enjoy your seafood with. Some of Kim’s signature dishes are the Cheese Lobster and Cheese Crab.

Address: 31 Ah Hood Rd, #01-07 Novena, Singapore 329979

Hours: Monday – Saturday, 11am – 1am; Sunday, 11am – 2am

Contact: Website

3. Chai Chee Seafood Restaurant

Chai Chee Seafood Restaurant
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Chai Chee Seafood Restaurant is no doubt a family favourite restaurant. With large dining areas, this halal seafood restaurant is perfect for family gatherings. Their menu is focused on Chinese-style seafood, with popular options such as Shark’s Fin Soup, Cereal Prawn and of course, the Chili Crab. Their extensive menu and generous portions will make sure you’ll never leave their restaurant hungry.

Address: 359 Changi Rd, Singapore 419821

Hours: Daily, 11.30am – 11.30pm

Contact: Website

4. Big Fish Small Fish

Big Fish Small Fish
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This halal seafood restaurant is a little different than most, as it serves up Western-style seafood dishes. Just like its name suggests, Big Fish Small Fish has an array of fishes from dory to salmon.

Get yourself a plateful of the classic fish and chips! Don’t worry – they also have other seafood options such as shrimp. But the best part is the free flow of sauces including salted egg sauce!

Address: 50 Punggol East, #01-K35, 828826, Northpoint City, Bugis Junction, Tampines Mall

Hours: Depending on the outlet

5. Rasa Istimewa Restaurant

Rasa Istimewa Restaurant
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This halal seafood restaurant is really where good halal food congregates. With a kampung ambience, Rasa Istimewa is a great halal restaurant if you want to indulge in Chinese and Malay fusion halal food such as the Salted Egg Prawns, the Barbeque Stingrays and even the Black Pepper Crab.

The menu also features some Southeast Asian favourites including Tom Yam soup. You can expect an eclectic mix of delectable hotpot and clay pot dishes that will make you want to come back again. Please do note that each outlet has a different menu.

#HZtip: Visit their waterfront outlet to dine with a mesmerising view.  

Address: 6A Admiralty Road West, 333 Boon Lay Way, 201 Pasir Ris Road

Hours: Depending on the outlet

Contact: Website

6. Cajun On Wheels

Cajun On Wheels
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Cajun On Wheels’ menu centres around quintessentially Louisiana-style seafood dishes. This fuss-free halal seafood restaurant is known for its bucket-loads of fresh seafood flavours. Their extensive selection will give you a chance to sample various crabs, lobsters, mussels and more.

Whether you’re going for the bucket or the platter, their hearty servings are ideal for sharing with friends and families. Plus, Cajun on Wheels also has a catering and delivery service, which is a great budget-friendly option for any events or gatherings.

Address: Pasarbella Suntec City, Plaza Singapura

Hours: Daily, 11am – 10pm

Contact: Website

7. Smith Marine Floating Restaurant

Smith Marine Floating Restaurant
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Somewhere between Pulau Ubin and Changi Point ferry terminal, you can spot this modern-day kelong restaurant. Smith Marine Floating Restaurant is almost like a short escape to calming waters and peaceful scenery while indulging on fresh seafood.

Muslim foodies will be able to enjoy a selection of Tze Char cuisines such as the Clam Bee Hoon and Chili Crab. Though it might seem challenging to get here, you will definitely be treated to a one-of-a-kind experience.

#HZtip: Due to its remote location, you must make reservations at least three days in advance. A reservation is required for both the restaurant and the ferry.

Address: Off Changi and Pulau Ubin

Hours: Daily, 10am -7pm; Closed on alternate Mondays

Contact: Website, 97927609

8. Home of Seafood

Home of Seafood
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You might have a hard time deciding what to eat here due to its extensive menu, featuring various kinds of Chinese-style food. Home of Seafood serves up an eclectic mix of fish dishes that are stewed, poached or fried.

Other seafood options include the Stir-Fried Shellfish, Salted Egg Prawns and their beloved Pepper Crab. All these fresh catches ensure that you’ll be treated to a mouthwatering meal.

Address: 1 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427739

Hours: Weekdays, 11am – 2pm and 5pm – 11pm; Weekends, 11am – 11pm

Contact: Website

9. Dad’s Corner

Dad’s Corner
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Dad’s Corner is a great spot especially if you’re living in the West. This hidden gem is known for its “shell out” serving style. “Shell out” refers to a communal dining style where diners eat their food without individual servings.

A row of mussels, crabs, prawns and other seafood options are beautifully laid before you dig in. Do expect things to get a little messy here as Muslim foodies are expected to indulge without plates and utensils. There’s also a generous serving of corn and rice to make you full.

Address: 91 Bukit Batok West Ave 2, Singapore 659206

Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 6pm – 10pm; Weekends, 2pm – 10pm; Closed on Mondays

Contact: Instagram

10. Segar Village

Segar Village
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Segar Village is a halal seafood restaurant that offers a menu of Zi Char cuisine and other live seafood offerings. There’s plenty of seafood options such as fish, prawns and octopus to entice Muslim foodies.

You simply have to order servings of their Black Pepper Sotong, Claypot Tang Hoon Crab and the Claypot Herbal Prawns. Do look out for their seasonal promotions where they offer exciting menus such as ‘A Taste of Thai.’

Address: 19 Sims Way, Singapore 388831

Hours: Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11.30pm

Contact: 6547 1031

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