Halal Food

Halal Food

Featuring East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant (Bukit Timah), Gourmet Paradise (HDB Hub), Boon Lay Place Food Village, The Banana Leaf Apolo (Race Course Road), Telok Blangah Drive Block 79 Food Centre, Ponggol Nasi Lemak (Jalan Besar), Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak (Boon Lay Place Food Village), Thohirah Restaurant (Jalan Kayu), Ayam Penyet President (NEX)
TagTeamOfTwo/ Gerald Chai
TagTeamOfTwo/ Gerald Chai

A-Poh Kitchen is a Halal Zhi Char restaurant that has been around at this corner of clementi ave 2 for at least over a decade now.

Decided to try their Assam Fish Head this time, and it was awesome.

Fish was fresh and meat was soft. Assam gravy was flavourful and not so spicy.

Very nice and friendly staff too, very patient with us as we cleared our remaining CDC vouchers for 2023

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1 thing that East coast Lagoon does not lack, is its Satay stalls.

Along a stretch of Muslim stalls, u will easily walk pass over 5 stalls trying to psycho passer-bys to come buy satays from their stall.

My satays came from a a store named "Sixty Satay" . Satay not bad leh, cooked till the edges slightly charred, and the meat was fresh also man.

Each Satay @90cents and minimum order of 10.

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Queenstown Lontong is a popular store at Magaret Drive Hawker Centre. Queues get rather long during weekend breakfasts.

Other than their Lontong, their Mee Rebus also popular here. Everybody in queue; would order Mee Rebus or Lontong.

Mee Rebus was rich in flavours. Gravy was thick and flavourful.

Ikan bilis was excellent. Bergedil was quite good as well

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The Fried Chicken is not bad. The skin was crunchy and tasted damn shiok.

The chilli was flavourful and not overpowering like most ayam penyet chilli I ever had.

Ayam Penyet usually comes with white rice, but here, u can also have the Nasi Goreng version for additional $1.

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Singapore Food Street serves up what could be the last local Singaporean food before ones departs from Singapore. (For those visiting Singaoore)

For the locals like us, this is our last local food before we go for our trip.

Nasi Lemak here was only ok, the rendang sauce wasn't so flavourful, but at least the otah was good.

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Habibie Seafood is a Halal ZhiChar-like establishment located at 829 Tampines Street 81 coffee shop.

Their dishes all not bad, especially liked their Tiga Rasa Deep fried fish, which is fried fish in spicy,sweet&sour sauce.

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The Boneless Fired Chicken was damn good. Damn Crunchy.

Comes with a wide selection of sauces, but decided to go with their Signature Sambal, with spicy level 10,20,30 or Danger! Went for level 20 thinking I am being Conservative, I was so wrong.

The Sambal level 20 made my lips tremble, made my eyes teared, made me dripping in sweat the entire meal. I went home, and I feel my stomach still processing this sambal. Damn spicy.

So if wanna just wanna feel shiok, just go for level 10.

Comes with rice, yellow rice, indomie or salad.

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Kedai Kopi is a Halal friendly coffee shop located at the foot of block 380 Clementi Ave 5. All stalls here are Halal certified.

The Nasi Lemak Store here caught by attention with its XXL Chicken Leg blue Pea Nasi Lemak.

The chicken leg was deep fried and skin looks crispy and dry, but the meat inside is juicy and tender.

Portion of the Blue Pea rice also alot, as compared to some other places I had recently.

Overall not bad, will return to try the other stalls here.

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Da Jie Niang Dou Fu is a Halal establishment.

They served their YTF in different styles, cater to your liking, they have:

1) Ambang style - Sweet, Sour & Mildly Spicy
2) Hakka style - Original Flavour with Mince Meat
3) Tom Yam
4) Laksa
5) Soup

They also serve Mala Xiang Guo, which u seldom find in Halal Establishment.

Both Ambang and Hakka Style were pretty similar, except 1 is spicy, the other isn't. Both used fresh ingredients, so food is rather good.

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Da Jie Niang Dou Fu is a Halal establishment.

They served their YTF in different styles, cater to your liking, they have:

1) Ambang style - Sweet, Sour & Mildly Spicy
2) Hakka style - Original Flavour with Mince Meat
3) Tom Yam
4) Laksa
5) Soup

They also serve Mala Xiang Guo, which u seldom find in Halal Establishment.

Both Ambang and Hakka Style were pretty similar, except 1 is spicy, the other isn't. Both used fresh ingredients, so food is rather good.

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Al Azhar opens till 2am daily, so this go to spot for late night supper, even at 1am, also damn crowded.

Al Azhar has a very extensive menu, got seafood, got Indian food, got Muslim food, got Zhi Char dishes also.

Tandoori chicken(whole chicken)- the chicken must be deformed or born without hands, because the chicken wings were missing from this order for whole chicken. The bbq taste was damn good, one of the better tandoori Chicken I ever had, honestly. But the missing chicken wings are a little worrying.

Maggie Goreng- very flavourful, seasoning taste very distinct. Quite a solid dish

Chicken Cheese Murtabak- I always have Murtabak when I visited Al Azhar. The serving is damn huge la, and the corners of this Murtabak is crispy. Chicken was rather dry though. Really struggle to finish, so huge.

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Al Azhar opens till 2am daily, so this go to spot for late night supper, even at 1am, also damn crowded.

Al Azhar has a very extensive menu, got seafood, got Indian food, got Muslim food, got Zhi Char dishes also.

Tandoori chicken(whole chicken)- the chicken must be deformed or born without hands, because the chicken wings were missing from this order for whole chicken. The bbq taste was damn good, one of the better tandoori Chicken I ever had, honestly. But the missing chicken wings are a little worrying.

Maggie Goreng- very flavourful, seasoning taste very distinct. Quite a solid dish

Chicken Cheese Murtabak- I always have Murtabak when I visited Al Azhar. The serving is damn huge la, and the corners of this Murtabak is crispy. Chicken was rather dry though. Really struggle to finish, so huge.

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