There are many Halal Chinese food outlets in Singapore where you can try a variety of Chinese cuisine. Chinese food is possibly one of the most popular non-native cuisines that people eat all over the world. The cooking style varies in spiciness and flavor, according to the provinces and areas of China. As such there are eight Culinary Cuisines of China based on the region they originated from; Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan, and Zhejiang. Some such as Cantonese, Jiangsu, Shandong, and Sichuan are well-known, while others are not so much.
Singapore is a place where many cultures meet. As part of East Asian culture, Chinese restaurants form a large part of Singapore’s eateries. There are many Halal Chinese restaurants among this number. Read HalalTrip's guide to get more information on the best of them.
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Straits Kitchen is a restaurant at the Grand Hyatt hotel. It hosts buffets daily, which include a section of purely Chinese cuisine. The buffet is slightly more expensive than it would cost at street stalls. However, it more than makes up for it with the food’s variety and flavor and also the additional factors like comfort, ambiance, and service.
The Chinese kitchen area is managed by native Chinese chefs, who produce perfectly executed dishes that display the best aspects of the cuisine. Enjoy the Halal Chinese food of Singapore at Straits Kitchen with your whole family.
Food to Try: Fried Kuey Teow, Chicken Rice, Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles Soup, Chinese Popiah, Buddha Jump Over The Wall Soup (Fujian cuisine), Chinese drinks.
More information on Straits Kitchen @ Grand Hyatt here!
Tang Tea House has some of the most amazing Halal Chinese food in Singapore. Their Dim Sums and Baos are especially famed. One definite thing to order while at Tang Tea House is their signature drink - the Super Cooler. It is a wheatgrass drink which is the all-time favorite of the entire menu. Tang Tea House has attractive food, a good ambiance with alfresco dining, and great service. It is also one of the most affordable Chinese restaurants in Singapore. But that isn’t all they offer - they also offer some delicious western dishes too. So just head over when you are passing by Tang Tea House.
Food to Try: Everything, but especially the Chicken rice, Golden Sand bun, Super Cooler, Fried Fish Soup, Dim sum, Zi Char.
More information on Tang Tea House here!
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Puncak Muslim Food is a halal restaurant that has been around for ages. They have some really good Singapore Halal Chinese dishes, including wontons and Zi Char dishes. They are quite affordable, popular, and great for a quick stop while shopping in town.
Food to try: Honeydew Chicken Noodles, Fried Wontons
More information on Puncak Muslim Food here!
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Evertop has really good chicken rice with a huge dish of boneless chicken. Their dishes are prepared in the Hainanese method. It’s just a small street stall but definitely not to be missed for Halal Chinese food in Singapore.
Food to Try: Hainanese Chicken Rice.
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West Co’z Café does Singapore Halal Chinese dishes and Halal Thai dishes. They are known for the affordable and delicious meal choices that they offer for the whole family. West Co’z Café is also one of the very few places that do Halal Chinese Steamboat dishes in Singapore.
Food to try: Golden Claypot Chicken, Sambal Kangkong, and many more.
More information on West Co'z Cafe here!
Razack’s is managed by a native Chinese Muslim couple. This means all those who wish they had a chance to eat proper Chinese get a chance for authentic and affordable Halal Chinese food in Singapore. Razack’s is a family-oriented Halal Chinese Seafood restaurant in Singapore that serves delicious dishes from the Chinese culinary cuisines Cantonese and Sichuan. Their Dim Sum, in particular, are hailed as the best Halal Dim Sum in Singapore.
Food to Try:
Baby Kailan, Sliced Fish Fried Rice, Hor Fun, Cantonese Fried Noodles, Chicken Char Siew, Beef Cereal Sichuan.
More information on Razack's Seafood Kitchen here!
These are just the most popular and well-reviewed Halal Chinese restaurants in Singapore. The list does not include unknown secretive restaurants with elite clientele who would die for their food. So if you do get to know of any, please go ahead and enjoy; and do tell us about your experiences too.