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5 Recommended Halal Places to Eat in Singapore

I have been living in Singapore for the past 28 years! A seasoned traveller. I’ll help you fully discover Singapore.

Singapore Is A Beautiful City

Singapore cityscape

Singapore cityscape


Would you look at that image? Isn’t Singapore beautiful? There is no doubt that Singapore is on the list of recommended travel destinations. Even if you are not a tourist, here are 5 amazing halal eating places that I recommend.

5. Zam Zam Restaurant



697-699 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198675

Opening Hours:

7am — 11pm

Located near Sultan Mosque, Zam Zam is one of the well-known Indian Muslim eating places in Singapore. They offer a wide variety of Indian cuisine ranging from Prata to even Maggie Goreng. And their Murtabak is just amazing! Head on down and try some of their items. I’m sure you will not be disappointed with any of them.

4. The Dim Sum Place



791 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198759

Opening Hours:

Monday 11am–3pm, 5:30–11pm

Tuesday 11am–3pm, 5:30–11pm

Wednesday 11am–3pm, 5:30–11pm

Thursday 11am–3pm, 5:30–11pm

Friday 11am–3pm, 5:30pm–2am

Saturday 11am–2am

Sunday 11am–11pm

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Finding good quality halal dim sum eating places in Singapore is no easy feat. This is because one of the key ingredients of good dim sum is pork, which Muslims are not able to consume.

Fret not though. The Dim Sum Place is amongst one of the best halal dim sum restaurants you can ever find in Singapore. The menu is quite extensive Too. Whatever type of dim sum you are craving for, they have it. Not just dim sums, they do have congee and even noodles too.

3. Fat Papas


Fancy some burgers? Then look no further than Fat Papas offers some of the best burgers you can get at an affordable price. Their burgers are simply out of this world. The patty is juicy, tender and very well seasoned.

For myself, I am not a huge fan of cheese. Despite not being a fan of them, somehow the cheese they used in their burgers are different. They are not as cheesy as normal cheeses. The kind that even I personally dislike.

For all you truffle lovers, they even have a Parmesan Truffle Fries. For me, I’m no fan of truffles, so this item is something I will never try, so I can’t really feed back much about it. They do have a beef chilli cheese fries which compliments any burger that you order. It is a must-have if you ever decide to dine in Fat Papas.

Doesn’t this look appetising!

Doesn’t this look appetising!

When one burger is not enough

When one burger is not enough

2. Lucinda Italian Restaurant

Main entrance to the restaurant

Main entrance to the restaurant

Here’s some fine tasting Italian cuisine for you. If you ever have the craving for pasta, simply head down to this restaurant, and they will satisfy all your Italian cravings. They have pasta, pizzas, gnocchi, and many more. They even offer halal wine for those of you who fancy a little wine with your pasta.

What makes this restaurant stand out compared to other halal pasta outlets in Singapore is the flavour which you are getting. For almost the same price as other pasta restaurants, you are getting a much better deal due to the flavour.

And not forgetting the knowledgable and friendly staff. For us Muslims, we tend to not have much knowledge about wine pairing, the staff there have quite an in-depth knowledge of wine pairing. So, feel free to ask them if you are uncertain which wine will go best with your pasta of choice.

1. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen



They have a few outlets around Singapore. The ones I went to were located at Bussorah Street, Suntec City and Paya Lebar Quarter.


45 Bussorah Street,

Singapore 199463

Daily: 11.00am to 10.00pm (Last order 9.30 pm)



10 Paya Lebar Road,

Singapore 409057

Daily: 11.00am to 10.00pm (Last order 9.30 pm)


#B1-135 North Wing,

3 Temasek Boulevard

Singapore 038983

Daily: 11.00am to 10.00pm (Last order 9.30 pm)

Of course, I have saved the best for last. You don’t have to be a fan of Japanese cuisine to enjoy dining here. Their ramen selection is top-notch and the value you’re getting is top notched too!

As with any Japanese restaurant, you are offered a few choices of sitting arrangements. You could either dine solo in front of the cooks, settle down on conventional chairs, or you could even settle down on their Zashiki. What this means is you are basically sited down on the floor with your shoes off and enjoying your ramen.

I had the opportunity to try out 2 of their ramen, and they are indeed amazing. I had their Ichikokudo Ramen Extra Rich and their Ichi Garlic Ramen. Both of these items were extremely flavourful. The garlic however may not be suitable for those of you who do not appreciate too much garlic in your meals. They added tons of garlic in this ramen.

We even tried out their fried gyoza which was superb. One thing to note though, their green tea at the paya lebar outlet for some reason was way too diluted. The suntec city outlet and bussorah street were acceptable. Perhaps they off form for that day.

If you enjoyed my article, feel free to buy me a cup of coffee!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2021 Muhammad Shairazi

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