10 Great Halal Spots in Singapore to Grab Lunch

By Halal Trip | 03, Aug, 2016
10 Great Halal Spots in Singapore to Grab Lunch

It’s hard to pick a favourite meal of the day when the options for each are so amazingly delicious. But in the middle of a busy day, lunch is always welcome! Whether you’re catching up with friends, taking a break from the office scene, or simply taking some time to yourself, food plays an important part in shaping those moments. Here is our take on the best 10 restaurants to grab lunch in Singapore:

1) Nana Thai Restaurant

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If a few of you are looking for value for money, look no further than Nana Thai. Its Pineapple Rice has been raved about and the food portions run in large amounts. Be prepared to come with empty stomachs and wipe your plates clean with the perfectly sized shareable dishes at Nana Thai!


Beach Rd Branch address: #01-51/52, 5001 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588
Phone: 6297 8498
Nearest prayer place: Hajjah Fatimah Mosque
Business hours: 11:30am to 10pm daily

More information on Nana Thai Restaurant here!

2) Carousel

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Carousel is one of those restaurants that just have to make it to any list about food. They are renowned for their delicious meals, and their buffet is perfect if you have a hearty appetite.

Even if you’re someone who does not do justice to buffets, you'll find yourself eating the entire morning just so you can pile on the food! With a large variety on hand, the buffet at Carousel is sure to please any culinary taste – from rice, to seafood, to dumplings. Private rooms are also available for large groups to have the privacy they need while still enjoying. To avoid disappointment, make sure to book beforehand!

Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Lobby Level, Royal Plaza on Scotts, Royal Plaza, 228220
Phone: 6589 7799
Business hours: 6:30 to 10am, 12 to 2pm, 3:30 to 5:30pm, 6:30 to 9:30pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Royal Plaza on Scotts

More information on Carousel here!

3) Hajah Maimunah Restaurant

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If you are looking for something a little different but delicious, Hajah Maimunah hits the spot. Authentic Malay food at reasonable prices makes this restaurant a must-try, with speciality dishes like Sudanese grilled chicken and grilled fish that are not necessarily Malay but incredibly delicious anyway!

Jalan Pisang branch address: 11 & 15 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199078
Phone: 6297 4294
Business hours: 7am to 8pm daily except Sundays
Nearest prayer place: Sultan Mosque

Joo Chiat branch address: 20 Joo Chiat Road #01-02 Singapore 427357
Phone: 6348 5457
Business hours: 8am to 9pm daily except Mondays
Nearest prayer place: Darul Arqam

For more info on Hajah Maimunah Restaurant click here! 

4) Yellow Submarine

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Rice and its accompaniments are not everyone’s cup of tea, so Singapore’s halal version of Subway might be up your alley if you’re one of them. With tender, juicy meats, it is as good as any Subway! Make sure to have their Tornado Fries, one of the best cheese fries around. Be prepared for a messy meal and for slightly steep prices though.

Bugis branch address: 200 Victoria Street, #B1-K24, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Phone: 6337 1314
Business hours: 10:30am to 10pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Sultan Mosque

Toa Payoh branch address: Blk 177 Toa Payoh Central. #01-110, Singapore 310177
Phone: 6352 7890
Business hours: 10:30am to 10pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Masjid Alkaff Serangoon, Masjid Ba’alwie

For more info on Yellow Submarines click here!

5) Tang Tea House

 

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It’s hard to come by good Chinese food that is halal, as pork and alcohol play a major role in the cuisine - which is why it is so great that Tang Tea House has chefs that are not only from Shanghai, but are also Muslim! Bask in the glory of not having to worry about whether a morsel of your food is halal or not, and just fill your stomach. Dim sums and chicken dumplings are amongst the signature dishes at this restaurant.

Jalan Kayu branch address: 242 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799466
Phone: 6483 2298
Business hours: 12pm to 2am
Nearest prayer place: Al-Mawaddah Mosque, Al-Islah Mosque

Simpang Bedok branch address: 357/359 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469545
Phone: 6445 9100
Business hours: 11am to 2am (Sun-Thurs) and 11am to 3am (Fri, Sat and public holidays)
Nearest prayer place: Al-Taqua Mosque

Jurong West branch address: 414 Jurong West St 42, #01-783, Singapore 640414
Phone: 6493 2522
Business hours: 11am to 11pm (Sun-Thurs) and 11am to 2am (Fri, Sat and public holidays)
Nearest prayer place: Assyakirin Mosque, Maarof Mosque

More information on Tang Tea House here!

6) Aquamarine

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Like the name suggests, this place is a seafood paradise. With an incredible spread of crabs – classic Black Pepper Crab, or Stone Crab to name a few; prawns, mussels and more, Aquamarine certainly makes for some delicious dining. Take your time at the buffet, and satisfy your under the sea cravings.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4, Marina Mandarin, 039594
Phone: 6845 1111
Business hours: 12pm to 2:30pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Burhani Mosque, Sultan Mosque

More information on Aquamarine here!

7) Wilder

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When you don’t have time for an elaborate meal, Wilder is the perfect place to grab some coffee and brunch. A very hip cafe, its rustic look only adds to the delicious blends of coffee and menu. Apart from its food, Wilder also hosts a number of collaborations such as bake sales for charity and ‘Acoustic Evenings’, featuring local musicians, from time to time.

Address: 749 North Bridge Rd, 198717
Phone: 6635 1136
Business hours: 12:30pm to 10pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Sultan Mosque

More information on Wilder here!

8) Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant

A fabulous view from the restaurant always takes lunch one step up. At the Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant, feast your eyes on the Johor Skyline while on a jetty right at the Woodlands Waterfront Park. The plethora of items on the menu – ranging from chicken to seafood, rice to noodles, and even hotplates – ensures that no one is left wanting of a certain type of food. Bonus points to the scenic walk along the jetty to help digest your meal!

Address: 6A Admiralty Road, 757445
Phone: 6366 9339
Business hours: 2pm to 12am (Mon-Fri) and 12pm to 12am (Sat-Sun)
Nearest prayer place: An-Nur Mosque

For more info on Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant click here!

9) Puncak

If you are a noodle person (and by that I mean that noodles is your favourite food), Puncak is the place to try. Besides their raved noodles, they have an amazing selection of their menu such as claypot rice and Hong Kong style food. Puncak also has the best fried wantons you’ll ever have. Light, crispy, and of course halal (!), pair it with sweet soy sauce and you’ll be WAN-ting more.

Address: Far East Plaza #05-94, 14 Scotts Road (S)228213, 228213
Phone: 6738 4348
Business hours: 11:30am to 9:30pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Royal Plaza on Scotts

More information on Puncak here!

10) La Marelle Cafe and Boutique

A small whimsical place to enjoy some quality time with a loved one, La Marelle Cafe and Boutique provides a little haven for some afternoon tea-like lunch. The prices might be a little steep for food that is rather simple, but the ambience adds charm to an otherwise ordinary meal.

Address: 25A Baghdad St, Singapore 199664
Phone: 81387654
Business hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Sultan Mosque

So there you have it! Get out of your usual go-to places and surprise your friends with interesting selections. Don't forget to download Halaltrip to find these restaurants easily as well as prayer spaces!

For more info on La Marelle Cafe and Boutique click here!