Looking for a place to iftar in Orchard? Let me take you on a trip down Orchard Road and list down the available options of Halal eateries that you can enjoy!
Disclaimers: Singapore is currently in the Transition Phase of the COVID-19 situation. Do adhere to all the guidelines when dining in at the eateries. This article is correct at the time of writing. Some of the opinions are purely based on the writer's views and do not necessarily reflect HalalTrip.
Ion Orchard would probably be the first shopping mall you would arrive at as Orchard Station is just in the basement. Check out these Halal eateries in ION Orchard, perfect for lunch and dinner or snacks in between your sightseeing.
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Poulet is one of the restaurants that has recently obtained a Halal certificate. Enjoy Amazing French Roast Chicken with 3 different signature sauces to choose from. There's something for everyone else too! Try their signature dishes like Mixed Seafood Pasta and Chunky Chicken Pot Pie.
Poulet + Brasserie will be extending their operating hours until 10:30 pm during the Ramadan period. Do take note that the restaurant does not take reservations.
Operating hours: 11:30 am - 10 pm
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If you are looking for healthy yet delicious bites, look for Simply Wrapps. Simply Wrapps is the first MUIS certified Salad Bar, and here's what you can expect from it. Go for the Chef's creation (From SGD11.50 for Wraps, SGD10.90 for salad) or be creative and Make Your Own Salad / Wrap. With over 50 ingredients and 18 sauces to choose from, your choices will be endless.
Operating hours: 11 am - 8 pm (Daily); 8 am - 9:30 pm (PH)
Other Halal eateries to check out: Dunkin' Donuts | Old Chang Kee | 4Fingers | Pezzo | So Pho | The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Far East Plaza boasts some affordable yet famous Halal eateries in town. To top it off, the food here is delicious too. Check out these places where you can enjoy good food with your friends!
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Cahaya Restaurant is a Halal Chinese eatery and has a wide variety of menus, making you spoil for choices. Choose from an ala carte menu like Roasted Chicken Rice/noodles (SGD4) or Seafood Fried Rice (SGD5.50). You should also try some of their recommended menu like the Honey Dew Sauce Chicken Rice (SGD4) and Oyster Sauce Chicken Noodle (SGD4). If you are looking to try the dishes, I recommend trying their Cereal Prawn (From SGD15) and Salted Egg Chicken (From SGD12)
Operating hours: 10:30 am - 7 pm (Daily)
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As the name of the restaurant suggests, they do serve a delicious plate of noodles! Get your fix of Fried Wonton Noodle dry/soup (from SGD5.30) here. Go for their recommended Curry Chicken Noodle (SGD5.80) or the Honey Dew Chicken Noodle (SGD5.80).
Operating hours: 11:30 am - 9 pm (Wed-Mon); Closed on Tuesday
Other Halal eateries to check out: Nana Thai Restaurant | KFC | Subway | Dunkin' Donut
With the news of the weekends' entry restricted being lifted as of 10th April, I'm sure visiting the mall wouldn't be that hassle for everyone. (though I would suggest visiting the mall on a weekday rather than the weekends.) Check out these Halal eateries options for you to dine at!
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There hasn't been a time that I've seen a Jollibee outlet that is empty. But this doesn't stop you from dining in here. Personally, Jollibee tops my list of fast food these days. Therefore, I recommend Jollibee for you to dine in when you're in town.
Head down to Basement 1 or Level 6 to enjoy some crunchy and delicious Chickenjoy. My personal favorite would be the Jolly Spaghetti (SGD4). For one who likes Bolognese, you would definitely like their Jolly Spaghetti. Make it a meal by adding in that crispy and crunchy Chickenjoy alongside your Jolly Spaghetti and I'm sure you will be jolly after your meal!
Directory: #06-48A; #B1-038 Stall 14
Level 6 Outlet: 9 am - 9 pm
Level B1 Outlet: 10 am - 9 pm (Mon-Fri), 11 am - 8 pm (Sat), 9 am - 8 pm (Sun)
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Calling all duck meat lovers! You should put Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut on your food bucket list if you have yet to dine in here! As the name of the restaurant suggests, savor the crispy fried duck that has been marinated for 24 hours. The authentic Indonesian sauces will have you wanting more than a plate. Of course, the recommended dish here will be the Original Crispy Fried Duck with Rice (SGD9.90), but if you are not a fan of duck, you can opt for the Original Smash Fried Chicken with Rice (SGD7.90). As there are only 2 outlets here in Singapore (one being at Westgate, Jurong), here's a chance for you to try the delicious Indonesian food while in town.
Operating hours: 11 am - 9:30 pm (Daily)
Other Halal eateries to check out: McDonald's | Ayam Penyet Ria | Ayam Penyet President
Hungry after a movie? Check out these Halal eateries at Orchard Cineleisure.
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Anyone else is a fan of Maki-San? Ticking the list of ingredients on the order chit always brings joy to me. But that's what Maki-San is all about. You can DIY your own sushi or salad from almost 70 available ingredients. Choose from Little-San (SGD7.90) or Mega-San (SGD9.90) and start designing your own sushi to your liking.
Do take note that this is a kiosk, and there is no dining area available. There are several public seats at Level 1 or outside *Scape. Please practice social distancing as well as cleaning up after you have eaten.
Operating hours: 10:30 am - 8:45 pm (Daily)
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If you are looking to savor some big, juicy burger, look no further than FatBurger. This fast-food restaurant reminds me of those in the US or even Mel's Diner in USS. Go from a single patty (SGD8.50) all the way to four patties (SGD20.50), if you fancy. You should also try the real Ice-Cream Milkshake (SGD6.50), completing your American meal.
I find FatBurger to be a little high on the price compared to any other fast food outlets. But I can assure you that it would be a satisfying meal for you and your companies.
Operating hours: 11 am - 10 pm (Daily)
Other Halal eateries to check out: KFC | PastaMania
Head down to the basement of [email protected] if you are looking to eat some Halal Japanese food.
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Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen have expanded their operations to almost 7 stores islandwide. Now, you need not head to Suntec to get your bowl of Hokkaido Ramen fixed. Go from Original (SGD10.90) for your Ichikokudo Ramen to Extra Rich (SGD13.90) to get a more flavorful bowl. Fans of seafood should try the Ichi-Ramen Gift From the Sea (SGD19.90), a bowl of Ramen with Crab Leg, Shrimps, and Scallops.
Operating hours: 11 am - 10 pm (Daily)
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Sora Boru is a fast-food-slash-casual-dining Japanese eateries. Choose from a variety of Donburi and Soba. Go for their signature bowl, the Snow Beef Don with Mixed Vegetable (SGD7.90 for mini, SGD11.90 for regular), a rice bowl with beef slices topped with creamy sauce. If you are craving something spicy, you should try the Volcano Beef Don with Mixed Vegetable (SGD7.90 for mini, SGD11.90 for regular).
Operating hours: 11 am - 9:30 pm (Daily)
Other Halal eateries to check out: Encik Tan | Subway | Papa Ayam
Decathlon will no longer be the reason why you frequented The Centerpoint. If you are clueless about these Halal eateries, it should be on your list the next time you are here.
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Being one of the three outlets here in Singapore (and a fourth one is on the way), Monster Planet is a place I recommend dining in. With Monster Curry being well-received here in Singapore, Monster Planet was established, becoming the Halal version of the establishment.
Savor the delicious umami flavored curry over rice or ramen. The spiciness level is adjustable according to your palate. Choose from their Curry Combo (SGD26.80), served on a 41cm plate, and is good to share by 2 people. But when it comes to Curry Rice, my personal favorite would always go back to basic like the Signature Chicken Katsu Curry (SGD13.80).
Operating hours: 11 am - 10 pm
Image Credit: Dapur Penyet
Serving Indonesian cuisine, your choices are not only limited to Ayam Penyet here at Dapur Penyet. Your choice is endless from Ayam Bakar Saus Madu (SGD9.70) to Bebek Bakar (SGD11.50) and Bawal Penyet (SGD9.70). Paired with their Signature Sambal, I'm sure you will be satisfied with the food here. As a fan of Tahu Telor (SGD6.90), you should add this to your meal too, and enjoy the savory dish dipped in peanut sauce.
Do check their Facebook from time to time as there might be some changes in their operating hour.
Operating hours: 10 am - 9 pm (Mon-Sat); Closed on Sunday
Other Halal eateries to check out: Kopi & Tarts | Cat & The Fiddle