Lee Wee & Brothers’ Newest Outlet at ION Orchard

To celebrate its 19 years in Singapore, Lee Wee & Brothers opened their ninth outlet at ION Orchard. This halal eatery has been a crowd favourite among locals and Muslim travellers alike. It serves up some of the most authentic flavours of Singapore. 

halal Lee Wee & Brothers

Muslim foodies can expect an array of halal dishes at affordable prices here. Lee Wee & Brothers’ favourites include the tantalizing Nasi Lemak with assorted toppings, homemade Curry Chicken and of course, Mee Siam with its mix of sweet and sour flavours. 

halal Lee Wee & Brothers Mee Siam

But that’s not all! They are also introducing their own renditions of the beloved Laksa. Though this delicious dish is found all over Southeast Asia, Lee Wee & Brothers’ version is promised to be made especially with only natural ingredients. 

halal Lee Wee & Brothers laksa

With ingredients such as dried shrimps, galangal and a choice selection of herbs and spices, their Laksa is made without any pre-made paste or preservatives. Be on the lookout for their latest addition available at ION from August 5 to August 18. It would then be made available at selected outlets at Robinson Road, Hillion and JEM. 

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, B4-72, S238801

Hours: Daily, 10am – 10pm

Halal status: *pending Halal certification

Please do note that all Lee Wee & Brothers’ outlets are halal-certified but the ION Orchard outlet is currently waiting for their halal certificate.

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