Best Halal Restaurants for Iftar in Singapore

The month of Ramadan is finally here! There’s no denying that Muslims all around the world look forward to Ramadan every year. In addition to the countless rewards we can reap during this holy month, iftar deals are one of them. Feast on scrumptious food at a great value at one of these best halal restaurants for iftar in Singapore:

1. The Halia

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Imagine breaking your fast amidst the verdant natural landscape of Singapore’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Singapore Botanic Gardens. If you thought that things can’t get any better than that, you thought wrong. In line with encouraging families to iftar together, the Halia is offering a special Ramadan Communal Feast which is meant to be shared among four to six people!

The Halia
Image credit: The Halia

The indulgent menu features twelve dishes which highlights the Halia’s signature European cuisine with an Asian touch. Some of our favourite dishes are the Blue Fin Tuna Tartare, the Paperbag Oven-baked Halibut Fillet and the Blackmore Wagyu Spare Ribs. Although we were getting a little full after all those delightful dishes, we couldn’t not indulge in their divine desserts; the Sticky Toffee Pudding and Die-Die Must Have Chocolate. The Ramadan Communal Feast is definitely a must-try this fasting month!

Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, 259569

Opening hours: Mondays to Thursdays: 9am – 9.30pm, Fridays: 9am – 10pm, Saturdays: 10am – 10pm, Sundays: 10am – 9.30pm

Price: $240++ per feast

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June 2019; available for dinner only

Contact: +65 8444 1148

#HZtip: A musollah is available on the Halia’s premises. Simply approach one of the friendly staff who will direct you to the musollah.

2. Rumah Rasa

Rumah Rasa
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If you have cravings for Indonesian food during Ramadan, head down to Rumah Rasa for iftar! Located within Bay Hotel, the halal-certified Indonesian restaurant will be launching a dinner buffet throughout the month of Ramadan. Go on a gastronomic tour across Indonesia as the buffet includes dishes from different cities such as Jakarta’s Sup Domba, Java’s Ayam Bumby Rujak, Surabaya’s Tongseng Sapi and Sunda’s Nasi Lewet.

Rumah Rasa
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On certain days, there will be different live stations available. From Sundays to Thursdays, be prepared to tuck into Medan’s version of Laksa Asam, put together right in front of you at the live station. During the weekends, Rumah Rasa will fire up a live BBQ station that serves up Balinese Ayam Panggang Betutu, satay and marinated sotong (squid). Depending on your spice tolerance, complement these BBQ delights with one out of five Grandpa’s Sambal which is making its official debut this Ramadan.

Address: 50 Telok Blangah Road Singapore 098828

Opening hours: Daily, 6am – 3am

Price: Sunday to Thursday dinner buffet with live station: $38++ for adults and $22++ for children (age 6 to 12), Friday, Saturday, Eve of Public Holiday: $45++ for adults and $28++ for children (age 6 to 12), Kids below 6 years old dine for free

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June 2019; available for dinner only

Contact: +65 6818 6681 | Website

#HZtip: Rumah Rasa is located right beside Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim Mosque, which is convenient for Muslims who would want to perform their tarawih prayers after dinner.

Also read: Halal Food to Try At Geylang Serai’s Bazaar Ramadan

3. Fatburger

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Everybody is bound to love Fatburger’s world-famous thick, juicy burgers and gourmet hotdogs. This Ramadan, the all-American fast-casual restaurant is serving up something extraordinary; a 50-piece Chicken Party Platter! This party platter is perfect for feeding five to six famished souls. You can opt for the classic Bone-in Wings or the juicy Boneless Chicken. Also, you can choose up to four sauces to complement your delightful chicken.

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It’s also no secret that Fatburger serves up some mean milkshakes. Joining their milkshake line-up this Ramadan is the all-new Pandan Milkshake! This limited edition milkshake is inspired by local flavours. Made with aromatic pandan, this decadent drink is a perfect pairing to any Fatburger meal.

Address: KINEX Mall, Velocity @ Novena Square

Opening hours: Depends on location

Price: Chicken Party Platter: $42.50 for Bone-in Wings, $45.00 for Boneless Chicken | Pandan Milkshake: $6.50 (Additional $3 top-up if upgrade set meal drink to the Pandan Milkshake)

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June 2019

Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram


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Can’t find anything that satisfies your craving for Japanese, Korean and Singaporean cuisine all at the same time? OMOOMO makes the impossible possible with their SAMBAL-LICIOUS menu making its debut this Ramadan! The menu features six new Korean-Japanese fusion bowls which are infused with Nasi Lemak elements such as sambal chilli paste, ikan bilis and peanuts. Some of the bowls we’re already salivating over are the Moo-let Proof, an udon bowl topped with Bulgogi beef & tangy Kimchi, and Ski the Chickyland, a rice bowl with spicy sambal winglets and juicy Yakitori chicken.

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If you’re dining with your plus one, get more bang for your buck with the Twin Combo sets that includes two mains, two sides and two beverages. For those foodies who want to sample everything, the Ramadan MINI bowls are perfect for sampling the menu. Do note that the MINI bowls are exclusively available at their Downtown East E!Avenue, Northpoint City & The Star Vista outlets only.

Address: Downtown East E!Avenue, Kallang Wave Mall, Northpoint City South Wing, Suntec City Mall, The Star Vista

Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am – 10pm

Price: Priced from $8 onwards

Date of Availability: 6 May – 6 July

Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. Azur at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
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If you’re looking for a one of a kind buffet spread for iftar, Azur at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport is the place to go. Other than the delicious Raya favourites and novel desserts, Azur’s Sedap-licious Ramadan Buffet features an abundant amount of fresh seafood. Their Seafood on Ice serves up premium seafood such as Flower Crabs, Black Mussels, Tiger Prawns and Korean Clams. However, the star of the buffet has got to be the succulent Whole Roasted Lamb! There’s no doubt that the carving station should be your first stop at the buffet.

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
Image credit: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

End your meal on a sweet note by making a stop at the dessert bar. With a wide range of artfully crafted and contemporary creations, you will be spoilt for choice. To help you out, their fan-favourite desserts, Chendol Panna Cotta and Durian Mousse, can never go wrong.

Address: 75 Airport Blvd, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel, Terminal 3 Changi Airport Singapore, 819664

Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays: 6am – 10.30am, 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm, Saturdays: 6am – 11am, 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm, Sundays: 6am – 10.30am, 12pm – 3.30pm, 6pm – 10pm

Price: Mondays to Thursdays: $68++ per adult, $34++ per child | Fridays to Sundays: $78++ per adult | $39++ per child

Date of Availability: 6 May to 6 June, 6pm – 10pm

Contact: Website | Online booking

#HZtip: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport will also set up a dedicated prayer room with prayer rugs for Muslim diners.

6. Black Hole Group

The Black Hole Group
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Over the years, the Black Hole Group has spawned multiple eclectic food concepts that never fail to delight customers every time. This Ramadan, Black Hole Group’s best restaurants –  (working title) Burger Bar, Afterwit, The Mad Sailors, Santap, The Great Mischief, Tipo – are offering Iftar Set Menus. Depending on the restaurant, you can choose your main dish, drink and dessert. With prices starting from $19.90 per person, you will unquestionably get a great value for a hearty meal!

Address, Opening hours, Contact: (working title) Burger Bar, Afterwit, The Mad Sailors, Santap, The Great Mischief, Tipo

Price: Depends on each restaurant

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June

7. Bijan Restaurant

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Don’t know what to have for iftar? With their $2 iftar promo, you can have a little bit of everything at Bijan Restaurant! A smorgasbord of food options – rice dishes, soups, salads, pasta, chicken entrees, beef dishes, seafood specialities, pastries, ice cream and kuih (Malay desserts) –  will be available at only $2 per portion. What’s more, there’s also a live crepe and chocolate fondue station. Be sure to make your reservation before coming down.

Address: 511 Guillemard Road, #B1-02 Singapore 399849

Opening hours: Mondays to Thursdays: 12pm – 9.30pm, Fridays to Sundays: 12pm – 10.30pm

Price: $2 per portion

Date of Availability: 10 May – 2 June; 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Contact: +65 8339 4748

#HZtip: A musollah is available in Bijan Restaurant. Simply approach one of the friendly staff who will direct you to the musollah.

8. Cajun on Wheels

Cajun on Wheels
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If you and your family love seafood, you can get your fill of the ocean’s abundant produce at Cajun on Wheels. On this special month, Cajun on Wheels is introducing the tantalising White Pepper Ramadan Bundle. The bundle features a Ramadan-exclusive white pepper sauce for the signature Oh Crab! Bucket. Other than crab, the bountiful bundle also includes Har Cheong squid, Soft Shell Chilli Crab Mantou Burger, mussels, fries, corn and Cajun Pilaf Rice!

Address: C.O.W Plaza Singapura, Pasarbella Suntec City

Opening hours: Daily, 11am – 10pm

Price: $118 per bundle, serves four

Date of Availability: 6 May – 8 July

Contact: Facebook | Instagram

9. Tash Tish Tosh

Tash Tish Tosh
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Established in 2013, Tash Tish Tosh serves up yummy American food with an innovative Malay twist. This month, Tash Tish Tosh is offering an exceptional Ramadan Set-Course Meal. The menu includes the restaurant’s popular well-loved dishes which includes Bomb Wings, Salmon Bruschetta, Garlic Mussels and Toolang. If you’re feeling extra hungry, you can top up an additional $8.90 for their Pan Salmon, or additional $12.90 for the Angus Ribeye.

Address: 50 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198900

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays: 11.30am – 11pm, Closed on Mondays

Price: From $38 per person

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June

Contact: +65 6909 1669

10. Eatzi Gourmet Steakhouse & Bistro

Eatzi Gourmet Bistro
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Eatzi Gourmet Steakhouse & Bistro, the Halal-certified sister restaurant of Jack’s Place, is well-known for their hearty main courses and delectable desserts. For Ramadan, the restaurant is offering the Ramadan Iftar Set Meal. Tuck into a plethora of local delights which include Nasi Goreng, Beef Short Ribs Rendang, Sambal Udang and Chicken Satay. Complete with dates and cookies, you will surely have a satisfying meal from start to end.

Address: Paya Lebar Square, SAFRA Yishun

Opening hours: Depends on location

Price: $48++ per set meal for two pax

Date of Availability: 6 May – 4 June

Contact: +65 6341 6918 (Paya Lebar outlet), +65 6852 8270 (Yishun outlet)

Ramadan is a time where families come together and sit down for iftar. Make full use of the thirty nights this month and head down to one of the above restaurants to have a gratifying meal with your loved ones!

Also read: Ramadan Bazaar Guide 2019: From Geylang to The Heartlands!

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