Singapore has many cultures and flavors. Its streets and locals portray the many different races who call Singapore home. Singapore is a great place to try out new flavors while having the assurance of Halal food and Thai food is definitely a popular cuisine in this island. The list below gives the top 6 Halal Thai restaurants in Singapore.
Siam Kitchen is an international Thai chain which specializes in authentic Halal Thai Food which is now available in Singapore. The food is delicious and, best of all, created by native Thai chefs. There are also many options all of them with that original Thai flavor, often spicy in the Thai tradition. They also have some of the best Halal Tom Yum Dishes in Singapore.
Food to Try: Prawn cakes with lemongrass sticks, Thai Olive fried rice with minced Chicken, Butterfly BBQ Chicken, Stir-fried Spicy Kway Teow with New Zealand Beef and Holy Basil, Red Tom Yum Soup with Seafood, Banana Tempura with Caramel Sauce
GreaThai is truly great for Halal Thai Food in Singapore. It is a classy restaurant with authentic Thai cuisine and plenty of options. Their mains and dishes vary in the sides and appetizers range between $7 -10. The great taste more than makes up for it. GreaThai is a family friendly restaurant with child utensils and seats.
Food to Try: Thai Fish Cake, Prawn Toast, Thai Stuffed Chicken Wings, Fried Glass Noodle with Black Pepper and Prawn, Pad Thai Seafood, Tom Yum Fried Rice, Stir Fried Kang Kong
For those who want to try out different tastes from different cultures, fusion restaurants are the answer. Bumbu is an Indo-Thai restaurant that has a fusion of Indonesian and Thai Halal food in Singapore. They’re worth it considering their authentic flavor. The interior décor is whimsical and the place is great for a date or formal family dinner. They have three outlets, but the Kandahar St one is the most well known and with the best setting.
Food to Try: Mango Salad, Coffee Chicken, Pandan Leaf Chicken, Steamed Fish in Spicy Lime Sauce
Famous for its Thai Milk Tea and Clear Tom Yum, this small restaurant packs a punch. It is a popular to-go place for locals around the area, especially when it is conveniently located nearby a mosque and shopping enclaves. The best time to head over is during Ramadan, where they’ll typically offer a buffet-style spread.
Address: 4 & 6 Jalan Kledek, Singapore, Postal Code 199261.
Opening hours: 12pm to 10pm daily
Nearest prayer place: Sultan Mosque
There are many branches of Nana Thai available in Singapore. Nana Thai at Far East Plaza is the best of them in terms of consistency of service and flavor. This Nana Thai outlet is well known for its unexpectedly distinctive dishes, generous portions with cheap prices. It’s a good option if you don’t want to spend the higher amounts that the other restaurants charge or if you are shopping in Far East Plaza and need a quick bite to eat.
Food to Try: Pineapple Rice, Tom Yum Soup, Fried Kway Teow, Green Curry, Pandan Chicken, Mango Salad
Address: Far East Plaza, #04-22, 14 Scotts Road, Singapore 228213
Opening Times: Sun to Thu: 1130 – 2130, Fri & Sat: 1130 – 2200
Nearest Prayer Room: Prayer Room at Royal Plaza, 25 Scotts Road.
Located on the fifth floor of Park Hotel Farrer Park, Blue Jasmine is a unique Thai restaurant that offers a vast Halal menu to reflect traditional Thai flavours and Thailand’s bustling street food culture. Make sure to try out some of their adventurous dishes!
Food to Try: Prawn Pad Thai, Beef Green Curry and Crispy Seabass. Adventurous foodies may also try the Salmon Larb, The Tiger Cry Beef Salad and the Orange Curry Stingray.
Address: Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore 217564
Opening hours: Breakfast: 6:30am to 10:30am (International Buffet), Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm, Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
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