13 Halal Food Places In PLQ Anyone Should Know About

By Suhanah Khamis | 18, Feb, 2021
13 Halal Food Places In PLQ Anyone Should Know About

Salam! This is an updated version of the article as of 18 February 2021. 

The new Paya Lebar Quarter has been open for awhile now and it's definitely a crowd's favorite to spend some leisure time during the evenings. Located conveniently next to the Paya Lebar MRT station, Paya Lebar Quarter sets to be the next business and lifestyle hub.

Adding up to the food eateries available in any other malls in Paya Lebar, I am sure there will be more options to dine in. Take your pick and let's explore the Halal food eateries in the new Paya Lebar Quarter Mall.

Drop by PLQ's neighbours! Here's Our Top 7 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost

1. Papa Ayam (Newly added to the list!)

Papa Ayam

Image Credit: Papa Ayam on Facebook

 

Serving up steamy hot Indonesian dishes (of the spicy kind) is Papa Ayam! Known as the first Ayam Geprek brand in Singapore, Papa Ayam is the place to go if you want somewhere with a chill vibe in PLQ. The stall prepares freshly made sambal for each order, and you can choose your own spiciness level (Level 1 to Level 15).

And if Level 15 sounds like chicken feet, boy do they have a challenge for you! Finish an upsized portion of Level 27 in under 5 minutes to get your meal for free and earn yourself a slot on their wall of fame.

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned
Address: Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, #B2-K3

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If you're looking for something to listen to as you read, check out The Halal Travel Podcast hosted by Hazirah, Nurul and Raudha as they talk candidly about travel, food, life and everything else in between and sometimes with awesome guests! Listen now!

 

2. Poke Theory (Newly added to the list!)

Image Credit: Poke Theory on Facebook

A feast for the eyes and the belly, grab a delicious and nutritious meal all in one bowl at Poke Theory. Muslim Poke fans may have heard of this place before, but not many know that they sneakily opened up an outlet at PLQ recently. Though the outlet is technically at PLQ 2, the residential area of the PLQ buildings, it’s barely a distance away from PLQ mall itself and totally worth the detour if you ask us!

Halal Status: The PLQ outlet has clarified that they are still awaiting halal certification. However, other Poke Theory outlets are MUIS Halal-certified. Dine at your own discretion. 
Address: Park Place Residences @ Paya Lebar Quarter, #01-04

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3. Tuk Tuk Cha (Newly added to the list!)

Image Credit: Tuk Tuk Cha on Facebook

Located at the open area just outside of PLQ Mall, Tuk Tuk Cha is a Halal fuss-free casual Thai café, serving authentic Halal Thai food, beverages, and desserts to top them all off. When you're at the PLQ outlet, you need to try their Rise and Shine Breakfast Toast. Inspired by the iconic Thai dishes like the Green Curry, Pad Thai, and Tom Yum Prawn, the Rise and Shine Breakfast is a twist on your basic sandwich with an added Thai touch. Think about savoury butter toast, sunny side up, spicy and sweet Thai Sauce! 

Available all day and complement your meal with a Tuk Tuk Cha hot beverage at $6.50.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Location: Paya Lebar Quarter Mall Plaza, #01-K4

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4. myEureka Snack

Image Credit: myEureka Snack SG on Facebook

We know a good popcorn when we see one. We think you can say goodbye to your traditional movie popcorns because these ones, once you start munching on one, you will not stop. Each corn is fresh (like honestly, how is this possible?) and evenly coated with the beautiful flavoring, it's literally a treat. Don't get us started on the flavors, they're endless!

Halal Status: Halal-certified; all of their popcorn is certified Halal, except for their new flavors – Roselle and Chilli Crab, which are still in the process of obtaining Halal certification.
Location: Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, #B2-34

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5. Cafe Red Ginger

Image Credit: Cafe Red Ginger

started its first branch in IMM Jurong in 2000, serving a variety of Nasi Padang dishes. Opening its second branch in Paya Lebar Quarter mall, East siders wouldn't need to travel that far to try the food. If you're not a fan of Nasi Padang, you can also try their signature dishes like Kampung Fried Rice or Claypot Beef Hor Fun.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Address:
 Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, #B2-31

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6. Hanis Cafe & Bakery

Image Credit: Hanis Cafe & Bakery Singapore on Facebook

Hanis Cafe & Bakery is the sister company of Hans Cafe and Cakehouse, and they are Halal! Offering you a range of meals from western to desserts such as pastries and cakes, having breakfast or tea time here is never a waste.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Location:
 Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-18

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7. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen

Image Credit: Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen on Facebook

Being the first Halal Hokkaido Ramen in Singapore, its first store is located at Suntec City. Serving you with authentic flavors of Hokkaido, you can find not only Ramen but a variety of Donburi and sides. Not only will you satisfy your palette with authentic food, but with Ramen bowl starts at SGD9.90, it is worth it!

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Location: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #B1-15 / 16

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8. KFC

Image Credit: KFC on Facebook

KFC is no longer a foreign fast-food chain that serves us finger lickin' good chicken! The nearest KFC will be at Kinex Mall and not in the surrounding malls. So, if you are craving for some fried chicken, and something affordable, here's your pick!

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Location:
 Paya Lebar Quarter, #B1-14

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9. Pizza Hut

Image Credit: Pizza Hut on Facebook

Pizza Hut is a great place to get together with family and friends over affordable pizza and meals. There are also other menus like baked rice and pasta to choose from. Do check them out as they have promotions from time to time.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Location: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #04-10

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10. Kopitime

Kopitime is a food court that is located at level 4 of Paya Lebar Quarter Mall. Like any other food courts in other malls, they have Halal stores for you to check out. The rave of Kopitime is the library-inspired setting and also a stall that sells Bingsu at an affordable price.

Halal Status: Halal-certified for Selected Stalls
Address: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #04-11

11. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

Image Credit: Krispy Kreme Singapore on Facebook

Whether you're looking for a place to unwind or wanna get something for tea time, there is Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. Its signature Original Glazed Doughnut has always been my favorite. There are always other doughnuts flavors available that may suit your liking and enjoy them with a cuppa hot coffee or tea.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Address: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-K6

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12. Old Chang Kee

Image Credit: Old Chang Kee

There's always enough time to get finger food and snacks! Old Chang Kee is no longer an odd food outlet serving local snacks like curry puffs and spring roll. Even if you are in a hurry or just casually walking around, there's always Old Chang Kee to fulfill the hunger.

Halal Status: Halal-certified
Address: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-32

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13. FairPrice Finest

With the new grab and go food section in FairPrice, 7 11 isn't the only place you can grab a quick lunch. The ready-to-eat sections housed several meals that are Halal. If you're in a hurry, then this is the right option for you. Once you're done with the payment, you can request your meal to be heated up at the counter too!

Halal Status: Halal-certified for Selected Items
Address: 
Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-09


14. Boost Juice Bar

Image Credit: Boost Juice Bars

Quench your thirst from walking and exploring by getting a drink at Boost. A healthy option for you to recharge your energy, Boost offers smoothies, juices, and crushes with no added sugar and artificial colorings.

Halal Status: According to a YouTube video by Jumaiyah from the Halal Food Hunt, it has been confirmed by a representative of Boost Juices that "all the raw ingredients in Boost Singapore outlets are from Malaysia and halal-certified by JAKIM in Malaysia."
Address: Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-K10

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Suhanah is always traveling to find inspiration and tranquility. She works on shift based, writes during her free time and loves art.

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