5 Quality Halal Restaurants In Singapore

Looking for a quality halal restaurant to dine at? We've got you covered!

There are numerous Muslim-friendly food options in Singapore but which ones are actually stellar? We've rounded up five halal food establishments which serve delectable dishes that are certainly worth trying. Gather your friends and feast away!

Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

For Comforting Swedish Dishes
Fill your bellies with traditional Swedish food and pastries at Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro! This Muslim-owned restaurant is better known for its hearty Swedish fare that's home-cooked using the finest and freshest ingredients. We'd highly recommend the Steak with Warm Potato Salad ($32) which comes with a premium Black Angus sirloin topped with garlic butter and served with sautéed diced potatoes, onions, tomatoes, mixed greens, and a creamy whole-grain mustard sauce. This is best eaten medium-rare!

La Fez Bakery & Cafe

For A Moroccan-Inspired Dining Experience
Dig into Moroccan-style dishes at La Fez Bakery and Cafe! Some of their noteworthy dishes include the Meatballs Shakshuka ($24), essentially a Moroccan beef meatball dish with a spice-scented sauce and the Chicken La Fez Tagines ($24) which consists of their signature La Fez sauce cooked with apricot, potatoes, capsicum and olives. And, let's not forget the spice-laden Mandi Rice with Beef ($25) that comes with melt-in-your-mouth beef which has been braised to perfection.

Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill

For A Variety of Fusion Noodle Dishes
Noosh Noodle Bar and Grill is a halal restaurant which has an extensive menu featuring fusion dishes inspired by various European, Western, and Asian cuisines. With such a diverse menu, you’re sure to find something that suits your personal palate and satisfies your taste buds! Try their Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi Pasta ($18.90), a spaghetti dish doused in spicy coconut gravy with smoked duck, arugula, and sweet cherry tomatoes, or opt for the more traditional Kelantan Laksam ($16.90), a northern Malaysian dish made with rice rolls and a mackerel-based coconut gravy.


For Authentic Indonesian Cuisine
IndoChili offers a wide range of Indonesian dishes prepared using traditional recipes and the freshest ingredients. Their menu includes some of the best-tasting dishes from Indonesia's various regions including Java, Padang, and Bali. Notable dishes include the Gado Gado Ulek ($12.80), a Batavian-style salad with a creamy nutty sauce, the Tumpeng Mini ($15.80), a yellow rice dish served with spicy grilled chicken, potato, peanut, and pickles, as well as the Ayam Goreng Cabe Hijau ($13.80), a crispy fried chicken dish with padangnese green chilli sambal.

Tipo Pasta Bar

For Freshly Made Artisanal Pasta
If you're on the hunt for a pasta joint that serves freshly made artisanal pasta, look no further because Tipo Pasta Bar is the place to be. Their pastas are handcrafted daily and made with flavoured dough—options to choose from include the dill and salmon fettucine and the saffron fusilli, among many others. You can even build your own pasta dish by adding your choice of toppings, sauces and ingredients!

Of course, they also have curated dishes that are ready to order: we'd recommend the Seafood Sensation ($18.90) for tiger prawns and white clams in pomodoro and the Aglio Alright ($18.90) that's topped with extra virgin olive oil, garlic confit, a sous vide egg, and shaved grana panado.