Where to Find Halal Bubble Tea in Singapore?

By Ihab Ou-ouda | 27, Sep, 2022
Where to Find Halal Bubble Tea in Singapore?

You've decided it's time to grab some bubble tea, and you're still not 100% sure if it's halal.

Well, the short answer is yes. Pretty much all bubble tea is halal. So, no worries about looking specifically for halal bubble tea cafes and vendors in Singapore. You can grab a cup anywhere you want. However, if you're keen on only buying from halal-certified and Muslim-owned restaurants and vendors, that's another story.

In this article, we will explore 7 of the best places to get halal bubble tea in Singapore.

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First of all, what is Bubble Tea?

Bubble Tea, also known as boba tea, was invented in Taiwan in the early 1980s. The main ingredients are tea, milk, and chewy tapioca balls, which are the ingredient that makes you suspect if it's a halal drink.

Since the balls are gelatinous, many people believe they're an animal-based product from a non-halal source. Tapioca balls are made from starch extracted from the cassava root, making them a plant-based product.

Most bubble tea restaurants and vendors offer sugar-free and dairy-free options. Bubble tea comes in various flavors and styles. It can also be served with toppings.

Some of the most prominent bubble tea types include Thai bubble tea, Taro Bubble Tea, and Fruit Tea.


7 Best Halal Bubble Tea spots in Singapore

1. 1Litre

The halal Muslim-owned 1 Litre in Bedok North St 2 is home to not just some of the tastiest bubble tea. It's also a great spot to get some I scream... I mean, ice cream. Hazelnut Milk Tea with Black Pearls is one of their best options.

If you had to pick a spot in Bedok where you can get bubble tea, I'd recommend 1Litre.


2. Farlida Cafe

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Farlida Cafe in Bedok North St 3 claims to have the best bubble tea in da hood! If I were you, I'd put that to the test. Another Muslim-owned place, Farlida Cafe, stands out with its style and unique brand. And don't forget to try their Mango & Strawberry Pop! topping; it's super yummy!

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3. Habibtea

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Habibtea is the third entry on this list. It's another Muslim-owned business that serves bubble tea, only they have something special. Habibtea has the First Arab Bubble tea Mojitos in Singapore.

And in case you're wondering what's with the weird name, it's n actually a clever wordplay on the Arabic word for my beloved and the English word tea.

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4. Hajjah Mariam Cafe

Located at Arab Street, Hajjah Mariam Cafe doesn't specialize in bubble tea only. They're actually specialized in Authentic Indon Malay Kelantan. However, their bubble tea stands out because it's super delicious.

And as you might've guessed, the restaurant is owned by a pious woman, named Siti Mariam Rauf.

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5. The Halia Restaurant

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Located at 1 Cluny Road, via Tyersall Avenue, in Ginger Garden, Halia Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery with a diverse menu that also includes the most classic bubble tea around.

If you just want to get some bubble tea on the side while enjoying a great meal of Singaporean chili crab Spaghettini, Halia restaurant is the go-to.

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6. TP Tea

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Located at Temasek Boulevard not too far away from the Fountain of Wealth, TP Tea is a franchise that specializes in everything tea. They have many branches all over South Asia and the U.S.A, not just in Singapore.

Their big menu is a testament that you can always innovate with tea. Although not Muslim, owned, it's halal-certified.

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Located at 27 Arab Street, MILK is Muslim-owned bubble tea joint with the most colorful menu. They have a wide selection of Stroopwafel in addition to any bubble tea flavor you can think of.

And it's worth mentioning that MILK is an Instagram-worthy place if that's something you put into consideration.

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Haven't found your favorite bubble tea combination yet? Read more on discovering more into a deep dive into each ingredient, combination, and how they will change your bubble tea drinking experience! 

Note: one of several of these bubble tea spots in Singapore might be temporarily closed or not available for dine-in due to renovations and relocations, we advise you to check their official accounts for more information on the re-opening dates.

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