Your Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers are packed with information on what to do in Singapore, where to visit, and even what to eat! Becoming the "all you need to know" guides to Singapore, whether you're a tourist visiting Singapore or a local rediscovering Singapore, both these guides will be the perfect companion to exploring and getting the best out of your time in Singapore!
Food plays a big role when traveling. It's so important that in You Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers, there are dedicated sections just on food! From things you need to try when in the different neighborhoods to Halal Fusion food and not forgetting the sweet-toothed traveler, the guides also have an array of dessert places and dishes you have to try when in Singapore!
In this article, we list down some of the dessert places and fusion food restaurants and eateries you have to try in Singapore. To get the full listing, be sure to download You Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers, foodie or not, you're going to love it!
The best part is all the listings listed in this article are all Halal-Certified or Muslim-Owned.
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In Orchard Road, you can expect to find many Halal food options available but one of the standouts there is Butter Studio. Butter Studio specializes in hand-made bakes where every cake they bake is especially thought out to not only be Insta-worthy but also delicious and well-sourced. A great place to satisfy your sweet cravings!
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Kampong Gelam is the place to be if you’re looking for desserts and hip cafes, you’ll be spoilt for choice! There are so many to choose from but one of the new places we love as listed in the Singapore Muslim Visitor Guide and The Lifestyle Guide for Muslim Travellers to Singapore is Milk Singapore. If you’re a Boba fan, you’re gonna love Milk! Milk does a great job in mixing local flavors in their drinks - Like the Ice Kacang Bubble Tea. You should also try out their honeycomb waffles, which come in all sorts of toppings!
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When exploring Little India, you’ll be greeted with exciting flavors and spices that will whet your appetite, but if you’re looking for something different, head on over to Beyond Pancakes. Located in Little India, Beyond Pancakes serves an array of pancakes. From German Flammekouche, Dutch Pannenkoek, French Galettes and, the classic American. All made in-house, from the batter to your plate!
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Wanderlost Lounge isn't really in Tiong Bahru, but it's actually really nearby. Perched on top of a hotel, Wandelost Lounge is a really hard place to beat when it comes to the views. We recommend visiting them near sunset to catch the beautiful city skyline bask in the golden hour. Other than the views, Wanderlost Lounge is also famously known for its exciting and aesthetically pleasing mocktails. Don’t forget to try out their American grill and other main dishes as well!
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Find a slice of Brazil in the streets of Chinatown. Picanhas is named after a cut of meat that is popular in Brazil. Specializing in high quality, juicy and tender meat, Picanhas is a meat-lover's paradise. To ensure every dish that leaves their kitchen is in tip-top form, Pincanhas only serves two types of mains - Queen of Steak and Picanha Don. Don’t let this fool you though, as these two types are really something special. Served with a side of Congee, Mashed Potatoes, or Foie Gras, you’ll be in for a treat!
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Right across the shores of Sentosa Island lies VivoCity, a large shopping mall where you can board the tram to Sentosa. When you’re visiting Sentosa, be sure to check out Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice, an eatery that serves fragrant Thai-styled Chicken Rice. Their chicken rice and homemade chili sauce are really the ones to try. They’re so good that they’re one of the few places in Singapore that have been awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand.
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Located in Esplanade right at the edge of the waters of Marina Bay, Noosh Bar and Grill is a Halal Asian and Western fusion restaurant that is not only in some of Singapore’s most stunning locations, they also serve some of the hardest to find Halal dishes in Singapore. Dishes like Clam Vongole Udon and Jajangmyeon Noodles will keep you coming back for more. You can expect quality in their dishes to match the stunning location with the decorated Chef Ummi Abdullah, who attended Le Cordon Bleu, behind the wheel.
There are just so many things that can fit in this article but this is not even half of what Your Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers has to offer. There are so many food recommendations in both the guides that will make your food journey to Singapore a memorable one. There's even a Halal Food directory in the guides so you don't have to worry about finding Halal food while you're in Singapore
The comprehensive guides have all the things you need to know to get the full experience of what Singapore has to offer!
So be sure to download the Your Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers to get the full list of brands and products you should check out in Singapore!