11 Halal Brunch Spots You Will Never Regret Waking Up For

By Hazirah Jamaludin | 09, Apr, 2021
11 Halal Brunch Spots You Will Never Regret Waking Up For

Looking forward to the weekend! Weekends in Singapore are never boring especially when the city is full of activities for the family and of course, the reason we are here today, food! It would be such a waste to sleep in on a weekend when we can go out and start the day with some of the best halal brunch spots in Singapore. 

Okay, maybe it is nice to sleep in sometimes!

But the point is! You will never regret waking up early for these 11 Halal brunch spots in Singapore. Trust us!

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1. Woodlands Sourdough

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Woodlands Sourdough first opened in 2016 by two owners, Nur and Calith. They then hung their aprons at Woodlands Sourdough to travel in 2018, leaving many to miss their amazing bakes. 2020 came and the duo reignited Woodlands Sourdough with their very own space in Upper Thomson Rd. 

Warning! Don’t ever lay your eyes on their Instagram page or some drooling will be expected.

Address: 183 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-03, Singapore 574332
Opening Hours: 8.30am to 3pm (Mon-Thu only)
Halal Status: Muslim-owned

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2. Kraft Kitchen

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Rendang Beef Pot Pie (SGD 15), Lobster Bisque (SGD 12.20) and Cajun Seafood Pot with Soft Shell Crab and Toast (SGD 25.50), Kraft Kitchen is definitely not the ideal spot for a light brunch. Nestled in a small neighbourhood in Tampines, Kraft Kitchen is one of Tampines’ hidden gems, serving delectable savoury pastries and entrees.

Address:
820 Tampines Street 81, #01-526, Singapore 520820
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm (Daily) 
Halal Status: Halal-certified

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3. Dutch Colony

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Featuring one of our favorite weekend hideouts in the East – Dutch Colony! Our favorite outlet has got to be the one at Frankel Avenue. The open sun roof and industrial design just make dining a lot more enjoyable! Serving hearty breakfasts, coffee made by award-winning beans, and really good pastas, Dutch Colony is one you have to visit. 

Disclaimer: Upon reaching out to a representative of the Dutch Colony regarding its Halal status, we were told that “Dutch Colony is co-muslim owned and all our food and its preparation is halal-friendly and from halal sources. We are just not officially certified through the paper process of MUIS.” We advise you to  dine at your own discretion. 


Address: 

East | 113 Frankel Avenue Singapore 458230
Central | 1 Fusionopolis Way #01-01 Singapore 138632
Central | 81 Clemenceau Avenue #01-21 Singapore 239917

Opening Hours: 8am to 6pm (Daily at all outlets)
Halal Status: Co-Muslim owned, Halal-friendly Food Preparation & Ingredients from Halal Sources (Refer to the disclaimer above)

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4. Brio

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Set around serving Halal European cuisine, Brio is a new dining concept serving an extensive menu ranging from tapas, pizzas, risottos, and more. Think industrial design, with low hanging light bulbs, black and white tiles and mismatched chairs, Brio, is not your average restaurant. Brio is the go-to spot if you’re looking for a hearty brunch (maybe more on the lunch side!) with the family or for a much needed catch up with your best buds.

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #02-24/K5, Singapore 648886
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm (Mon - Fri) | 10.30am to 10pm (Sat & Sun)
Halal Status: Halal-certified

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5. Working Title

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The Working Title Burger Bar needs no introduction when it comes to brunch spots. Just a street away from the iconic Kampong Glam area, the Working Title Burger Bar serves amazing burgers (duhh right) but most importantly, some of the best brunch feasts.

I mean look at the Benny Benassi, apa tuuu! You need two mouths, two stomachs to digest all of that!

Moral of the story, get up bright and early at 9am and head down to the Working Title for the Grunge Brunch menu.

Address: 783 North Bridge Road Singapore 198751
Opening Hours: 9am to 10pm (Sun - Thu) | 9am to 11pm (Fri & Sat) 
Halal Status: Halal-certified

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6. Alto Cafe

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This one may need a little more effort to get to, but this place is a cake-person’s haven! Located within the Bayshore, a private condominium in the east of Singapore, Alto Cafe is a new cafe serving breakfast sets, decent cups of coffee, and as mentioned, cakes! If you’re at Alto Cafe, we recommend getting their Salman Khan! We’re kidding, we meant the Salmon Khan (SGD 15.90).

Sounds about the same to me!

Pro-tip! The best way to get here is by car. Although the cafe is located within a private condominium, visitors can still enter by informing the officer on duty at the guardhouse.

Address: 54 Bayshore Rd, 01-01, Singapore 469979
Opening Hours: 10am to 9pm (Mon - Thu) | 10am to 10pm (Fri) | 8am to 10pm (Sat) | 8am to 9pm (Sun)
Halal Status: Muslim-owned

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7. Mother Dough


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Before we begin talking about Mother Dough, can we just stress …

How Stressful It Is To Get Your Pastries in Mother Dough *periodt*

While it may sound like this is due to bad service or simply inefficiency, we hate to break it to you that their bakes are truly one of the best Halal bakes in Singapore. They are so good that everytime we’re in the queue, we’d be stressing over the last piece of Earl Grey Scone, hoping no one would before us would grab it. 

If you want to escape that stress, go early and grab your loots before the afternoon crowd. Our recommendations: Earl Grey Scone, Almond Croissant and the Chocolate Chip Cookie!

Address: 3 Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199259
Opening Hours: 11am to 5pm (Tue - Sun) | Closed on Mon
Halal Status: Muslim-owned

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8. The Bravery Cafe

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After seven years of being at Lavender Street, The Bravery Cafe is now settled in the new two-storey shophouse along Amoy Street in Jalan Besar. The Bravery Cafe serves an extensive menu ranging from the usual eggs on toast to the classic and hearty big brekkie. 

It’s your birthday and you just need something extra to start your day? Dig in to none other than a house baked sourdough toast topped off with a 200g grass-fed Striploin and a little sunny side egg.

All this for breakfast? Yes, breakfast!

Address: 820 Tampines Street 81, #01-526, Singapore 520820
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm (Daily) 
Halal Status: Muslim-owned

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9. Kebab Station

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One of our favorite spots to beat the weekend crowd when we’re in East Coast Park. While many would flock over to the Marine Cove for their weekly dose of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, My Biryani House or McDonalds, we like to spend our mornings in the Parkland Green area of East Coast Park. 

If you’re in the Parkland Green area of East Coast Park, definitely try out Kebab Station and simply soak in nature. 

Address: 920 #01-02 ECP, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875
Opening Hours: 8.30am to 5pm (Wed - Thu) | 8.30am to 6pm (Sat & Sun) | Closed Mon & Tue
Halal Status: Halal Status assured by Muslim staff

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10. Maxx Coffee

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Maxx Coffee – A new Halal-certified coffee joint from Jakarta. Maxx Coffee is the perfect grab-and-go Halal coffee joint serving sandwiches and pies. However, if you're in for a sweet treat, we highly recommend you to try some of their extravagant beverages including the Melaka Brulee Latte, Melaka Matcha Latte or the Pecan Praline Mocha.

Address: 

West | 12, Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119275 (9am to 5pm, Mon - Fri)
West | 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-34/35 Singapore 608549 (8am to 10.30pm, Sun - Thu | 8am to 11pm, Fri - Sat & Eve of PH)

Halal Status: Halal-certified

More outlets to open soon including HDB Hub and KK Women's and Children's Hospital!

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11. Heavenly Wang

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You can never go wrong with the classic Singaporean Breakfast – Butter Kaya Toast with a side of runny eggs with your very own mix of pepper and soy sauce. 

Think lightly toasted toasts with an even spread of sweet kaya, coconut spread, then 2 little slices of salted butter. Then soft-boiled eggs on the side, perhaps if you’re feeling a little adventurous, deep your toast in the eggs before indulging them! 

Address: Various Outlets
Opening Hours: Various Outlets
Halal Status: Halal-certified

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