Here's Our Top 8 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost

By Nathasha Wickramasinghe | 13, Jul, 2018
Here's Our Top 8 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost

You may just want to grab some food after walking around the city and enjoying its sights and wished you had prepared a snack earlier as you are worried you won’t find Halal friendly fare in SG – but who needs to spend their time preparing meals when there are enough and more Muslim-friendly food spots in Singapore!

If you are around the Paya Lebar Square or SingPost you have many options to choose from. It is also a great place to hang around and enjoy leisurely with many clothing stores and cafes, especially if you are a foodie – you are in for a treat!

Renowned restaurants and cafes like Núodle and Hawkerman can be found at these urban hot spots. Craving hot noodles or freshly baked pastries? Paya Lebar Square and SingPost are your best bets!

1. Núodle
Núodle beef lamian


A definite must try at the SingPost Centre!

They only offer three noodle dishes – the signature Beef La Mian (SGD $8.80), Seafood La Mian (SGD $8.80), and Cool Mixed La Mian (SGD $$9.90). The dishes are prepared in 5 minutes and served in large portions!

The classic Beef La Mian is a favorite amongst the fans of Núodle; the noodles are served with beef slices, radish along with scallions and chili oil – all this floating in clear, light beef stock. The chili oil adds a kick to the dish – which you can feel at the back of your throat, however, it is what brings all the flavors together in the dish.

You have the option of selecting which type of noodle you want in the broth – thin, normal, thick, flat or leek leaves! Yes, you read that correct leek leaves – but it’s just normal noodles pulled into the shape of leek leaves. The wonderfully stringy noodles are prepared in-house - providing that authentic feel to the dishes.

Halal Status: Halal Certified
Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, Singpost Centre #01-136, Singapore 408600
Open Hours: 8.30AM to 10.30PM (Mon-Sun)
Phone: +65 6747 1588
Email: [email protected]

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2. Maki-San

What’s better than normal sushi? DIY sushi! That’s right, Singapore’s first ever spot that allows you to get customized sushi and salads and it’s Halal!

The self-designated “Subway of sushi”; Maki-san is a real delight. The process is simple just head in, fill in their order chit – with 26 essential fillings, 13 sprinkles, 21 sauces as well as 11 special fillings you have a wide variety to choose from, so you can go as crazy as you like with the options and just watch them roll with it!

Halal Status: Halal Certified
 10, Eunos Road, 8 #B1-165/166, Singapore, 408600
Opening hours: 11.30AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)
Contact number: +6567476801
Email: [email protected]

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3. Hawkerman
Hawkerman mee

Picture Credit: Hawkerman Facebook

Hawkerman is the creation of Singaporean actor Ben Yeo, it is a modern take on Hawker food but keeps to its roots and is one of the best Halal food places in Singapore.

Their fried chicken, popiah, and Hokkien mee dishes are the most famous – prepared to have the authentic hawker food flavor. With prices ranging from between SGD $2.9 to SGD $12.9 you have a variety of dishes and beverages to choose from, they also serve dessert.

They serve their chicken popiah with a rainbow filling, which will surely look good on your Instagram feed. Their fried chicken is prepared in many ways – one of the popular dishes they prepare is the fried chicken coated with flavorful soy onion sauce and leeks.

This is a great place for foodies who like to experience something different as Hawkerman serves traditional hawker food with a twist!

Halal Status: Halal Certified
 Singpost Centre #B1-128/129 409006, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600
Opening hours : 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)
Contact number: +65 8110 5218


4. Swee Heng 1989 Bakery Cafe

Who doesn’t love their confectioneries and baked goods – and where else to get them other than at Swee Heng!

With a variety of bread and cakes to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. The modern outlet offers tradition with a twist – serving up some photo-worthy baked goods! Swee Heng 1989 offers the classic Singaporean baked goods as well as internationally enjoyed treats. It’s the best spot to get a coffee and some cake and catch up on some much needed “me time”.

Their service is great with staff being polite but efficient – serving up some of the best Halal food in Paya Lebar – and the prices are generally affordable, you can get two types of baked goods for SGD $3. Some of their must-try items are the Classic Otak, Vienna Sausage, Durian Passion and Butterscotch Muffin to name a few.

Halal Status: Halal Certified
 #B1-158, SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600
Opening hours : 7AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)
Contact number: +65 6655 0300

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5. Kraftwich
kraftwich healthy foods

Picture Credit: Kraftwich Facebook

Sandwiches are the healthiest fast food around and are so versatile you can have them for breakfast or lunch or even as a snack. If you are rushing to work the best option for you is one of Kraftwich’s fresh handmade sandwiches!

They also offer up a breakfast menu as well as salads, desserts, and drinks. Their popular sandwiches range from SGD $8 - SGD $9, salads range from SGD $9 – SGD $13, while set meals range from SGD $13 to SGD $15.

They use the freshest ingredients everyday to provide you with the best sandwiches and salads you could eat. So be sure to grab a sandwich next time you are on your lunch break!

Halal Status: Halal Certified
60 Paya Lebar Road #01-09/10, Singapore 409051, Singapore 409051
Opening hours : 7.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sat)
                               8AM to 10PM (Sun)
Contact number: +65 6702 2950

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6. Wok Hey

Wok Hey is an American-Chinese style takeaway kiosk which serves up some great zi char. They probably serve the best wok fried noodles and rice!

Another store which offers the customizing option, you get to choose from 4 different bases – egg fried rice, Shanghai fried rice, udon or ramen, and 3 protein options – chicken, beef or prawns. If you are feeling fancy you can order any fresh premium add-on from their variety of options for just SGD $1. Overall price can range from SGD $1 to SGD $8.

Their best dish is the egg fried rice with seasoned prawns. So head over to Wok Hey for some great zi char!

According to a representative of Wok Hey, the store is currently pending for Halal Certification. We do advice that you consume at your own discretion.

Halal Status: Pending Halal Certification (as of July 13, 2018)
 60 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409051
Opening hours: 11.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)
Contact number: +65 6694 0088

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7. Kaffe and Toast 
Kaffe & Toast

Picture Credit: Kaffe & Toast Facebook

We cannot get enough of noodles, and Thai cuisine sure knows how to add that spicy edge to the well-loved dish! Looking for a quick noodle fix? Head over to the Thai Noodle Bar at Kaffe and Toast!

It’s oodles of noodles! They offer up some great dishes like Signature Beef Boat Noodle and Beef Brisket Boast Noodle with Tendon, as well as other dishes like the Chicken Rendang.

If you need a good wholesome meal which will fill you up Kaffe and Toast is the best option!

Halal Status: Halal Certified
Address: #B1-157 Singapore Post Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, 408600
Opening hours: ​8AM to 9PM (Mon-Thu, Sun)
                              8AM to 9.30PM (Fri-Sat)
Contact number: +65 6789 2327
Email: [email protected]

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8. Monster Planet 

The name sounds familiar doesn’t it? That’s right, the popular japanese curry joint, Monster Curry, has launched a halal chain, Monster Planet. Monster Planet already has one operating outlet (Causeway Point) but has a lineup of other locations in the works. Look out for Monster Planet at PLQ shoppers!

More info about Monster Curry in our other post!

Halal Status: The news is out that the chain is MUIS-Halal Certified.

Location: #01-04

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So the next time you are in Singapore, don’t worry finding Halal food! Just look at our list of Singapore Halal restaurants and find your pick or visit all of them!

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