Best Halal Restaurants in the East of Singapore

By Nur Qa'riah | 10, Jan, 2023
Best Halal Restaurants in the East of Singapore

The east region of Singapore is the second-most populated, boasting Singapore’s large travel centers such as Changi Airport, our lively East Coast park, and various experiences. Apart from that, the east is home to a diverse array of restaurants.

Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a full-service dining experience, you’ll find all you need in this part of town. The best way to find a great place is by word-of-mouth, and luckily for you, we’ve searched these places out!

Here are our top picks:

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Kraft Kitchen & Mama Don: Hidden Café Gem

Searching for a spot in the east for a catch-up with your friends without hurting your wallet? This award-winning cafe located near Tampines West Community club, has tasty offerings that are priced wallet-friendly. Kraft Kitchen is under the same store as Mama Don so you have options from Western fusion dishes to Japanese rice bowls (Donburi).

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Price: Dishes start from SGD10

Address: 820 Tampines Street 81, #01-526, Singapore 520820

Opening Hours: 10.30 am - 9 pm (Daily)

Contact: 6592 8561

Kraft Kitchen: Facebook | Instagram | Delivery available on Foodpanda and Deliveroo

Mama Don: Facebook | Instagram | Delivery available on Foodpanda and Deliveroo.


Three’s A Crowd: Perfect spot for your just desserts
Three's a Crowd

Image credit: Three’s A Crowd on Facebook

If you’re from the East, you would know that Three’s A Crowd is one of “the” spots for late-night desserts with your friends or family. Boasting their 18 ice-cream flavors that can be served with waffles, you will get why this cafe gets crowded. Having tried their waffles myself, the perfect golden-brown waffle is the perfect balance of crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Price: Varies according to chosen ice cream flavor. Signature waffle SGD6. Drinks start from SGD3.50. 

Address: 802 Tampines Ave 4, #01-11, Singapore 520802

Opening Hours: 11 am - 10.30 pm (Sun - Thurs), 11 am - 11 pm (Fri - Sat). Last order is 30mins before closing.

Contact:  6702 0700

HalalTrip | Website | Delivery available on Foodpanda and Deliveroo.


Craze Kitchen: Serving bountiful portions for reasonable prices
Craze Kitchen

Image Credit: @crazekitchensg on Instagram

Both a restaurant and cafe, Craze Kitchen is a heartland cafe kitchen that specializes in pasta, steaks, and burgers. Known for their generous portions, make sure to bring your appetite and an empty stomach. Apart from their mains, it is also recommended to try their desserts, ranging from waffles, fondants, crepes, and ice cream.

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Price: Appetizers start from SGD4.50. Mains start from SGD10.

Address: 201D Tampines St. 21, #01-1171, Singapore 524201

Opening Hours: 11.30 am - 10 pm (Sun - Thur), 11.30 am - 1 am (Fri - Sat)

Contact: 6970 0287

Website | Delivery also available on Foodpanda and Deliveroo.


Penny University: A café well-known by coffee lovers

If you are down by the east side, it will be a missed opportunity if you don’t drop by Penny University. Penny University was a specialty coffeehouse when it first started their service in 2012. Now, they are a full-service cafe that serves all-day breakfast and brunch.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Price: Mains start from SGD6, Coffee and other beverages start from SGD4

Address: 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329 [Nearest MRT: Bugis]

Opening Hours: 8 am - 5 pm (Daily). Kitchen closes at 4 pm for hot food

Contact: +65 6345 9055, [email protected]

HalalTrip | Website | Delivery available on Foodpanda.


Wonderment Collective: Elegant café for high tea
Wonderment Collective SG

Image credit: The Wonderment Collective SG on Facebook

The Wonderment Collective started as an online bakery in 2004 to a physical store opposite Aljunied MRT station. The menu for their pastries rotates weekly so be sure to check their socials before heading down! Be sure to make your reservations in advance for their high tea.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Price: High tea sets start from SGD60

Address: 90 Lor 23 Geylang, Singapore 388393. Located in Agrow Building.

Opening Hours: 10 am - 6 pm (Tue - Fri), 12 pm - 5 pm (Sat). Closed on Sun and Mon.

Contact: 6980 0793

HalalTrip | Website | You can call them for reservations or drop them an email at [email protected].


Bonus [Not in the east but still great places to eat!]

Restaurant Aisyah: Halal tantalizing Xinjiang delicacies
Restaurant Aisyah

Image credit: Restaurant Aisyah on Facebook

Despite the name of the restaurant, don’t be surprised by the authentic cuisine you can find at affordable prices. The founder of Restaurant Aisyah, Steven Cheong, noticed the lack of Halal Chinese establishments in Singapore and decided to bring it over. Offering five styles of hand-pulled noodles, Restaurant Aisyah serves traditional Xinjiang cuisine which includes Middle Eastern influences in the dishes.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Price: Dishes start from SGD10.80 onwards

Address: 176 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068624

Opening Hours: 11.30 am - 2.30 pm; 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm (Mon-Sat). Closed on Sun.

Contact: 9372 4321



Adam Road Hawker Centre: Halal food paradise

Sharing something a little different on this list is Adam Road Hawker Centre, there are many stalls selling great Halal food in the heartland. Housing more than 30 stalls, there are many hawkers that have been there since the 70s.

No. 1 Adam’s Nasi Lemak (#01-01): 8am - 6pm (Tue - Sun). Closed on Mon.

Selera Nasi Lemak (#01-02): 7am - 5pm (Mon - Thu), 7am - 3pm (Sat - Sun)

Adam Chicken Rice (#01-08): 10.30am - 8pm (Mon - Fri). Closed on Sat & Sun.

Selamat Datang Warong Pak Spari (#01-09): 8am - 4pm (Sat - Thu)

Siti Nur Liyana Nasi Lemak (#01-14): 11am - 1pm (Mon), 8am - 6pm (Tue), 8am - 7.30pm (Fri), 8am - 6pm (Sat), 9am - 4pm (Sun). Closed on Wed & Thu.

Al-Sheik Mee Stall (#01-16): 9.30am - 3am (Thu - Tue). Closed on Wed.

Address: 2 Adam Road, Singapore 289876


Mukshidonna: For all Korean food lovers [No Longer Halal Certified]

Please be informed that the chain is no longer Halal-certified in Singapore. We're leaving it on the list only to inform as there has been some conflicting information online.

Mukshidonna, is a famous restaurant chain in Seoul, South Korea serving Korean Army Stew better known as Budae Jjigae. If you are into Korean shows like me, watching onscreen the scenes of someone delightfully enjoying a nice bowl of ramen, never fail to give me a craving for Korean dishes. Though no longer Halal-certified, many are still waiting and hoping that they renew their Halal status to welcome us Muslim patrons again.

Halal Status: No Longer Halal-certified [Please check with the restaurant on their Halal Status]

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This list is just the tip of all that the East region has to offer so we hope that this serves to be a starting point for what you can try. If there are any spots we’ve missed, let us know!

An explorer to learning new things about the world. Qa'riah enjoys finding quiet and hidden spots in this busy world. Sharing stories and places through HalalTrip is her joy.

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