4 Halal Restaurants You Must Try in Singapore

Singapore prides itself on being diverse, not just in people, but in food options too! These days, you can find Muslim-friendly dining spots at almost every turn as more eateries are going the Halal route to make their menus more inclusive. 

After all, 15% of Singapore’s small population is Muslim, so it makes sense to have more restaurants that cater to their food preferences. 

Whether you’re after new Halal food places to try or looking for food options for a gathering with your Muslim buddies, we have some great recommendations for you.

Scroll down to discover the best dining spots with Halal food delivery in Singapore!

Coba Coba

Let’s kick off our list with a family-friendly Halal restaurant: Coba Coba.

Great authentic Indonesian cuisine can be hard to come by in Singapore, so that’s plus points for Coba Coba. It serves up traditional home-style Indonesian meals that can be enjoyed with your friend group or on your own. 

Many of its dishes are meant for sharing, such as their nasi padang and nasi ambang. But if you’re a big eater, then go ahead and order an entire platter for yourself!

Other must-try dishes at Coba Coba are sambal goreng, beef rendang, ayam koloa, and nasi lemak. There are healthier options too, if you’re currently watching your calorie and carb intake. 

The Halia

If you don’t mind shelling out a few extra bucks for slightly more high-end Halal food, then don’t forget to add The Halia to your list of go-to Muslim-friendly delivery options. In case there’s something to celebrate, you’ll know where to order from!

The first reason it earned a spot on our list is its steak variety, which are all Halal-certified, of course. There’s striploin, ribeye, or wagyu, all served with fries, cherry tomatoes, and black pepper sauce. 

Another thing we love about The Halia is the vegan options. From main dishes to desserts, there are lots of vegan dishes for those with diet restrictions to dig into. 

We highly recommend trying out the Chilli Crab Spaghettini for its sweet and spicy tangy sauce, and then top off your meal with the vegan-friendly Sticky Toffee Pudding.

Limaa Cafe

Looking for the perfect weekend brunch spot with your friends? Try Limaa, a small cosy cafe found in the centre of Haji Lane.

Limaa’s main selling point is serving healthy and Halal-certified bites that won’t hurt anyone’s budget. It proves that finding low-cost healthy food in Singapore isn’t that hard, if you know where to look. 

Unlike the other entries here, the majority of meals at Limaa are on the lighter side such as acai smoothie bowls, beef nachos, chicken chop aglio, and chicken rendang puff. It knows the types of food you’d want to have while chatting and catching up with friends. 

There’s an impressive variety of drinks too, including iced vanilla latte, dalgona candy latte, avocado milkshake, and pure pomegranate juice. 

Nana Thai Restaurant

There aren’t a lot of Thai dining spots in Singapore that are halal-certified, so there’s no way we’re not adding Nana Thai Restaurant to our list.

The Thai food variety here is mainly from Isaan, Northern, Southern, and Central Thailand. Plus, its servings tend to run on larger portions, so you might need someone to share its Stir-fried Chicken meals with. 

It’s worth mentioning here that Nana Thai is the only Thai restaurant that serves 20 salad variations. This is basically music to the ears of every vegetarian. 

By the way, Nana Thai has 3 branches in Singapore, 2 of which are open 24 hours!

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