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Halal Cafes Singapore

Best Halal Cafes Singapore
Best Halal Cafes Singapore

If you are looking for the best halal cafe in Singapore, look no further! We have compiled a list of the best cafes for 2024 that serve delicious and authentic halal food. Whether you are looking for a place to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee, or want to satisfy your hunger with some good ol’ comfort food, these cafes have got you covered. So what are you waiting for? Start checking them out now!

Key Considerations Factors

  • Quality of Food: When you decide to visit a halal café in Singapore, you should make it a point to investigate the quality of the cuisine that is offered there.
  • Variety of Food: Look for a restaurant that serves a variety of halal meals so that customers can try a lot of different tastes and types of food.
  • Ambience: Make sure the atmosphere of the halal cafe is pleasant and relaxed, and that the personnel are welcoming and helpful. Check out the ambiance of the halal cafe.
  • Location: Make sure the halal restaurant you select is situated in a place that is easy to get to so that you may use its services whenever you feel the need.
  • Price: You should look for one that has prices that are more in line with your budget so that you can get the most out of your eating experience.

Best Halal Cafes Singapore

1. Fluff Stack – Halal Cafes Singapore

Fluff Stack - Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Fluff Stack)
Fluff Stack – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Fluff Stack)
Key ServicesHalal Souffle pancakes
Address3 Temasek Boulevard #B1-K4, Mall, West Atrium Suntec City, 038983 (Check website for multiple locations)
Operating HoursSunday to Thursday 11AM–9:30PM, Friday and Saturday 11AM–9:45PM

Fluff Stack serves fluffiest souffle pancakes with an airy texture that melt in your mouth. It’s also one of the few places to get halal souffle pancakes in Singapore. Choose from a variety of delectable dishes, including the Mango Passion Fruit Souffle Pancakes, Oolong Boba Souffle Pancakes, Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancakes, and more!

Key Differentiators:

  1. One of the cafes who serves the fluffiest souffle pancakes.
  2. Mango Passion Fruit Souffle and Oolong Boba Sooufle are must-tries.

Client Testimonial:

Great Salted caramel pancake

So nice. So yummy. So soft like cotton. And not very sweet too. Just cannot get enough of it. Will make many returns.

The Musang King is also delicious

Iman Wong

2. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro

Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro - Halal Cafes Singapore
Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro)
Key ServicesSwedish classics
Address257 Beach Road, Singapore 199539
Phone+65 6396 9096
Operating HoursDaily (11am-10pm)

Their love for making Swedish dishes and pastries is what drives them at Fika. To make their meals that will fill your tummy and warm your heart, they only use the highest-quality and freshest ingredients. They now do delivery on all of the islands!

Key Differentiator:

  1. Islandwide deliveries 
  2. Only the freshest ingredients are used

Client Testimonial:

Chill environments. Warm and catering owner and staff.

Good are nice, first time tried crepes, grilled chicken and cheese are quite balanced and delicious. Proposition is generous, would come again for desserts next time.

3. Tipo

Tipo - Halal Cafes Singapore
Tipo – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Tipo)
Key ServicesHalal Pasta
Address785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753
Operating HoursSunday – Thursday 11AM–10PM, Friday and Saturday 11AM–11PM

You may customise your own pasta at this halal restaurant in Singapore, from the type of pasta to the proteins and sauces you prefer! There’s also coffee (Dutch Colony Coffee Co.’s roasted beans!) and homemade iced teas to round off your Italian dinner and quench your thirst.

Key Differentiators:

  1. You may customize your pasta.
  2. Offers homemade teas and roasted beans.

Client Testimonial:

Not your everyday pasta place. Changing fresh pasta to choose from and you can build your own! No idea what the pink sauce is even after having it but its good! Definitely will be back.

Jillian Sim

4. All Things Delicious

All Things Delicious - Halal Cafes Singapore
All Things Delicious – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: All Things Delicious)
Key ServicesHalal Bakery cafe
Address34 Arab Street, Singapore 199733
Phone+65 6291 4252
Operating HoursTuesday – Sunday 8AM–7PM, Monday (Closed)

A thriving bakery cafe providing freshly baked items, hearty breakfast offerings, and the most delectable rice bowls! Make sure to try their pastries and cakes, especially the Bread and Butter Pudding, which is creamy yet light on your tongue.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers hearty breakfast sets
  2. Pastries and cakes are must tries

Client Testimonial:

Ordered the xmas lunch for my workplace and the food is so good. Turkey is so tender, tarts and cake sweetness just nice. Everything is so good My colleagues loved the food so much that they asked so where I ordered from and they wil consider here next for their own gathering. Check out their menu and try it yourself.

serene koh

5. Overrice

Overrice - Halal Cafes Singapore
Overrice – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Overrice)
Key ServicesHalal Middle-eastern style dishes
Address48 Arab Street Singapore 199745
Phone+65 8877 1827
Operating HoursLunch : 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Dinner : 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

A mural of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty, a yellow and black theme, a neon pink sign, and an industrial vibe – you might almost think you’re in a casual Manhattan eatery. Almost.

That’s the atmosphere that Overrice, a Muslim-owned restaurant on Arab Street, is aiming for. It also takes cues from New York City’s The Halal Guys, which serves up the Middle Eastern cuisine favorites of spiced rice bowls drizzled with sauces, pita pockets, falafel bites, and Yawn Balls, a side made with yam and prawns that are battered and fried.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Industrial vibe cafe
  2. Draws inspiration from NYC’s The Halal Guys

Client Testimonial:

Might be one of my new favorite place to go for a quick and yummy meal. Love the bowl, the sauces really made the dish, but it was all fresh and wholesome and yummy! Great meat, great pita … run don’t walk to this place!

Melissa Eisner

6. Royz Et Vous

Royz Et Vous - Halal Cafes Singapore
Royz Et Vous – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Royz Et Vous)
Key ServicesHalal western cuisine
AddressTelok Ayer – 137 Telok Ayer Street #01-01, Singapore 068602
Phone+65 6293 0270
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 12pm – 4pm (3:15pm last order) 5pm – 10pm (9:15pm last order)

This halal cafe in Bugis that serves high-end Western cuisine is well-known for its exceptional fine dining. Their Smoked Duck Breast comes with a roasted-potato and salad, while their Braised Beef Cheek is served with wholegrain mustard mashed potato, roasted capsicums, and mushroom ragout. Their delicious desserts are also recommended!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers halal western cuisine
  2. Smoked Duck Breast is a must try.

Client Testimonial:

For those seeking a halal restaurant in CBD, look no further, this is a top pick for many for a reason Tried the roasted chicken leg and soft shell crab today, and both dishes were amazing! roasted chicken leg was flavourful and tender, combined with the perfectly cooked sauce, it was a dish to savour soft shell crab was a decent sized one, and was very well cooked. Pasta was good with the tomato cream too!

Will definitely come back and try their starters and desserts in future!

YY Wong

7. Citrus by the Pool

Citrus By Pool - Halal Cafes Singapore
Citrus By Pool – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Citrus By Pool’s Instagram)
Key ServicesHalal Western fusion cafe
Address3 Woodlands Street 13 Woodlands Swimming Complex, Singapore 738600
Phone+65 6366 6581
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday 11AM–3AM

If you’re in the North of the island, Citrus by the Pool, a halal Western fusion restaurant in Woodlands, is a must-visit.

It was recently upgraded, and it now has cheery, eclectic rooms adorned with neon lights splashed across mint walls and a botanical wall feature.

Here, you’ll find fusion cuisine ranging from tom yum seafood pasta to fried chicken and waffles to Thai food and burgers.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers fusion foods from pasta, fried chicken, waffles and thai dishes.
  2. Newly renovated interiors

Client Testimonial:

The place is not very crowded and has a nice ambiance. It is also not very noisy and has lots of food choices to choose from. They have lots of pasta, burger, and main dishes to choose from. The drinks looks nice but I didn’t try. The waffles is nice, all my friends love it. The vegetables in the salmon dish is tasty. But I don’t like the sweet corn taste. Just my own preference. Salmon is good too.


8. Penny University

Penny University - Halal Cafes Singapore
Penny University – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Penny University)
Key ServicesHalal Cafe
Address402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997
Phone+65 6345 9055
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday 8AM–6PM

Penny University is recognized in the “cool cafe” industry. Their steak frites are prepared to perfection, including a sunny-side-up and garlic butter for good measure, guaranteed to fill your tummy with delight.

Key Differentiators:q

  1. Known for hipster cafe scene
  2. Muddy Espresso is recommended for best coffee experience

Client Testimonial:

Intimate and cosy cafe with pretty good food. Our only gripe was that the tea that we ordered came in this jar which was pretty to look at but really quite a small portion. Other than that, food and coffee were done well. The spicy and bold breakfast set came with coffee and juice so it was a good deal and quite filling too!

Siti Parti (mssiti)

9. The Fabulous Baker Boy

The Fabulous Baker Boy - Halal Cafes Singapore
The Fabulous Baker Boy – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: The Fabulous Baker Boy)
Key ServicesPastries, Cakes
Address28 Aliwal St, #01-01, Singapore 199918
Phone+65 8951 7716
Operating HoursMonday(Closed), Tuesday- Thursday 11AM–6:30PM, Friday 11AM–9:30PM, Saturday 9:30AM–9:30PM, Sunday 9:30AM–6:30PM

The Fabulous Baker Boy has reopened its Aliwal Arts Centre location with a 70-seat space following the closure of its Fort Canning venue due to Covid-19.

This Halal-certified establishment’s specialty is its exquisite gourmet cakes, including the famous Blueberry Lemon Yoghurt, as well as excellent waffles and chicken. There are additional dishes on the menu, such as sourdough bread, Hasselback potatoes, ravioli, and new tart varieties.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Reopened cafe with 70-seater space capacity
  2. Best known for its artisanal cakes

Client Testimonial:

Shared a delicious coconut, vanilla and French butter sponge cake with a friend of mine at this fantastic bakery! They had a wide variety of freshly made cakes, knowledgeable staff, quick service and aircon. Felt luxurious in a casual way. The price tag was definitely worth it!

märtha sandin värn

10. Positano Risto

Positano Risto - Halal Cafes Singapore
Positano Risto – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Positano Risto)
Key ServicesHalal Italian restaurant
Address66 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199479
Phone+65)6292 1866
Operating HoursSun-Thu: 11:30am – 10pm, Fri & Sat: 11:30am – 11pm

The pleasantly rustic restaurant along busy Bussorah avenues serves 100% halal Italian cuisine in Singapore, and it has even been chosen as the best Italian restaurant in the country! Try the Spaghetti Arrabiata, a tangy tomato-based dish, or the Signature Calzone for an authentic taste.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Has been voted as the best Italian restaurant in Singapore
  2. Spaghetti Arrabiata is a must try

Client Testimonial:

Everything is sooooo good! their service is good too. I love their lamb shank. the portion is big. their salmon is fresh and not overcooked. only their dessert is a quite expensive and small portion. damage cost is around $50 per pax. yeah, it was quite expensive. suitable for special occasions.

recommend for you to make a reservation first before you come down.

Irzah Ira

11. The Halia

The Halia – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: The Halia)
Key ServicesHalal certified cafe
AddressSingapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569
Phone(65) 8444 1148
Operating HoursMonday – Thursday*: 9.00am – 8:30pm (Last order), Friday & Eve of PH: 9.00am – 8.30pm (Last order), Saturday, Sunday & PH: 10.00am – 8:30pm (Last order)

The Halia has risen through the ranks as a popular location for special events since its halal certification. The restaurant’s position in the Botanic Gardens’ Ginger Garden, closeness to town, and peaceful environment make it an ideal getaway. Guests may sip on mocktails and brunch while basking in the sunshine through floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer panoramic views of the city. The terrace is a lovely place to enjoy the sunset with stately palm trees surrounding the building.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Cosy ambiance and location
  2. Popular spot for special occasions

Client Testimonial:

The Halia, is one of my favourite places for anytime dining. For one, the green and freshness of the place is enough for one to feel relax. With all the lush greenery, many op for the alfresco dining as it’s cool all the time. Breakfast menu is different from the dinner menu. It’s best to make reservations as it’s a popular walk-in joint. When I do my morning or evening walk at the gardens, a hot CGC (cumin, cinnamon and ginger) is a must have drink. One of my favourite dish is the pouch halibut with rice.

Joel Lee

12. The Malayan Council

The Malayan Council - Halal Cafes Singapore
The Malayan Council – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: The Malayan Council’s Facebook)
Key ServicesHalal Malay-Western fusion
Addresses71 Bussorah St, Singapore 199484
22 Dunlop St, Singapore 209350
10 Winstedt Rd, #01-17, Singapore 227977
Phone+65 9009 7345
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11am-11pm

The Malayan Council is a halal cafe with 3 outlets in Singapore that specializes in Malay-Western fusion cuisine, such as Smoked Duck Lemak Cili Padi, Sambal Goreng Pengantin Pasta, and Rendang Kobe Salai. Also, don’t forget to pick up a slice of the Ondeh-Ondeh Cake at this Singaporean halal cafe since it’s also known for being exceptional!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Serves Malay-Western fusion food
  2. Best known for Ondeh-Ondeh cake

Client Testimonial:

Thanks Bussorah Team! Made the wrong reservation (today) at Dunlop but they were more than happy to slot us in. We had a very good experience from the service to the food. The food was splendid and delicious and just excellent.

Was given a lot of complimentary food including starter and many cakes. A strong and passionate team from the service staff to the cook. Very attentive and super friendly. Keep it up guys!

Halid Bin Ayob

13. Good Bites

Good Bites - Halal Cafes Singapore
Good Bites – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Good Bites)
Key ServicesHalal Western Fusion Cafe
Address5 Bishan Street 14, Bishan Sports Hall, #03-01, Singapore 579783.
Phone6970 0233
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11:00AM – 03:00AM (Last Order : 02:00AM)

The name and neon sign of this Western fusion restaurant certainly make good promises, since it serves up great food and pleasant vibes. Take a peek at the gorgeous interior design, which features neon-lit green walls, lights that illuminate its outdoor space, a vintage electric toy car, and retro lounge chairs and booth seats.

Sink your teeth into the likes of the spectacular Egg-ploding Burger, with crispy chicken thigh and egg nacho mayo, Laksa Pasta, and Baked Salmon for cheap. Order the molten chocolate lava cake or waffles with ice cream if you’re looking for a sweet dish.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Instagram worthy decor and interior
  2. Egg-ploding Burger is a must try

Client Testimonial:

Nice & cozy place ; food is delicious & I like the smoothies, it’s the best! Staffs are friendly. I plan to visit there again with other family & friends. Great place for gathering!

Denise Chow

14. Tash Tish Tosh

Tash Tish Tosh - Halal Cafes Singapore
Tash Tish Tosh – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Tash Tish Tosh)
Key ServicesBuffalo wings
Address50 Kandahar St, Singapore 198900
Operating HoursTues – Sun: 11am – 11pm

This restaurant specializes in American cuisine with a Malay twist, and their buffalo wings are among their most popular dishes. The Tash Toolang Stew, a mutton bone marrow stew packed with local herbs and spices, is definitely something you’ll enjoy. They also have a couple of ribeye steaks for you to enjoy!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Known for their best Buffalo wings
  2. Tash Toolang Stew is a must try

Client Testimonial:

For the mutton lovers, large sizes of tulang (mutton bone marrow), local cusines and kids meal. Very friendly staffs gave 2 complimentary items. 1 bowl of mutton bone marrow and 1 drink for my kid. Seems always packed, pls reserve in advance not to get disappointed. Must try place for mutton lovers

Gajendra Sundrarajoo

15. The Bravery Cafe

The Bravery Cafe - Halal Cafes Singapore
The Bravery Cafe – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: The Bravery Cafe)
Key ServicesPastries, cakes, pasta and mains
Address50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876
Phone(65) 9388 2973
Operating HoursTuesday to Thursday: 9am – 5pm    (Last Order 415pm)    , Friday to Sunday: 9am – 930pm (Last Order 845pm) 

Although the Bravery Cafe has changed locations, it is not new. With brass, rattan, and wood to offer a break from the busy CBD environment, its new site provides a stylish contemporary appearance.

The hearty Big Brekkie or Steak N Eggs, the tempting Pancake Stack or caramelised brioche toast, or the sweet treat options are all available. A Keto Bowl, pasta, and other entrees are also available.

Feeling hungry in the afternoon? Indulge in its burnt cheesecake or brownies, as well as a cup of the restaurant’s famous Lavender Latte or Matcha Latte to go.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Contemporary and sophisticated interior
  2. Their signature Lavender Latter and Matcha Latte are must tries.

Client Testimonial:

Decent experience and nice food! Wished the truffle tasted stronger for the fries! Portion is okay and filling! The drinks are refreshing and the service is awesome! There is dining time limit though and we also booked in advance just in case it was crowded!


16. Flavour Flings

Flavour Flings - Halal Cafes Singapore
Flavour Flings – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Flavour Flings’s Facebook)
Key ServicesBrunch, pastries, cake
AddressBlk, 121 Hougang Ave 1, Singapore 530121
Phone+65 6286 0051
Operating HoursMonday, Thursday-Sunday: 11:30am-4pm, 5:30-10pm, Wednesday: 5:30-10 pm, Closed every Tuesday

What’s wonderful about visiting this halal café in Singapore is that its menu varies from time to time, so you’ll be getting a surprise each time you visit. Eggs Benedict, Scrambled Eggs on Toast, and other brunch classics are all available. Of course, their Swiss Raclette can’t be left out!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Menu is changing from time to time.
  2. Swiss Raclette is a must try.

Client Testimonial:

Had my lunch with my wife here. The staffs are friendly. The foods are great and iced Thai milk tea is just nice, not too sweet!

It will be good to make reservation before heading down as tables are limited.

Bryan Chua

17. Afterwit

Afterwit - Halal Cafes Singapore
Afterwit – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Afterwit)
Key ServicesHalal Mexican Cuisine
Address778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746
Phone+65 8786 1948
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday: 12PM – 10PM

If you’re in Singapore and looking for Halal Mexican cuisine, this little cafe with a variety of one-of-a-kind tacos, cheesy quesadillas, and ever-so-full burritos is definitely worth a visit! This halal cafe in Singapore also mixes local taste into their traditional Mexican cuisine to create rich and distinctive tastes.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Serves variety of Mexican dishes
  2. Infuses local flavors in their dishes

Client Testimonial:

Cozy place to eat. I love the variety of flavors in this burrito, served smoking hot. I saved half for dinner, can’t finish the whole one. The drink is also refreshing, perfect for SG forever summer weather. Will definitely come back to try other dishes in their menu

Christine Dalida

18. The White Label

The White Label - Halal Cafes Singapore
The White Label – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: The White Label)
Key ServicesHalal French Cuisine
Address734 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 198702
Phone+65 8202 2358
Operating HoursMonday-Friday: 11:30 AM — 10 PM, Saturday-Sunday: 10:30 AM — 10 PM

If you’re hankering for French cuisine, make a beeline for The White Label, a new halal French restaurant located at Beach Road. Here, you’ll find French-Malayan fusion cuisine, with halal dishes infused with a local flavour.

Expect to try French classics like Short Ribs Bourguignon and Herb Crusted Lamb Rack, as well as fusion dishes like Squid Ink Spaghetti (made with ‘sotong masak hitam’ sauce) and Ondeh-Ondeh gateau. The inside is just as lovely, with gorgeous light fixtures, green leather seats, and gold-toned details.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Serves French Malayan fusion cuisine
  2. Elegant interiors

Client Testimonial:

Quite pricey, can celebrate for anniversary or birthdays. Halal French cuisines. The complimentary cake is dry. The shake is so-so, shake shack is way better. The steak melts in your mouth. The lobster soup sedap, must try. Service is good.


19. Secret Garden by Zeekri

Secret Garden by Zeekri - Halal Cafes Singapore
Secret Garden by Zeekri – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Secret Garden by Zeekri)
Key ServicesHalal French Cuisine
Address19 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199658
Phone9189 5663
Operating HoursMon – Thurs: 11:30 am – 09:30 pm, Friday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am – 10:30 pm, Sunday: 9:00 am – 09:30 pm

As its name suggests, this French-inspired two-storey brasserie in Kampong Glam is dressed to resemble a garden in bloom. While the first level is all clean lines and simple elegance, the second level is decked with lush floral arrangements, a botanical-themed wall and lamps covered in greenery.

There’s even a floral concierge where you can shop for or customise a flower bouquet or centrepiece.

On the menu: French and European classics like French onion soup, bouillabaisse, herb-crusted lamb rack, and steak fries as well as pasta and salads.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Gorgeous interior design
  2. Serves French and European cuisine

Client Testimonial:

We just happened to walk at arab st then found this cafe. Excellent steak and french ambience. The truffle pasta is also a favourite which my daughter liked! Brilliant effort and decorations! Desserts were also delicious! Definitely will come again. Nice and relaxing cafe in the middle of town. Hope it stays here for good! Compliments to the Chef.


20. Éla

Éla Cafe Singapore - Halal Cafes Singapore
Éla Cafe Singapore – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Éla Cafe Singapore)
Key ServicesGreek food
Address#01-07, 2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, Singapore 659003
Phone8816 9418
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday (12pm to 10pm)

Call it a gift from the gods, or simply good fortune, when they were offered the opportunity to revisit their idea in Bukit Batok, they rediscovered their passion for Greek cuisine. The concept of a family gathering, a nutritious diet, and most significantly, the taste. Ela is a stunningly minimalist hangout when you’re in the mood for Halal Greek food.

Key Differentiator:

  1. Healthy diet options
  2. Amazing Halal Greek cuisine

Client Testimonial:

A very refreshing taste of Greece in the west. The octopus was my fav dish, nicely done and not too chewy/rubbery. The lamb gyro wrap was well-seasoned and I liked how fries were stuffed into the wrap which was a very authentic nod to how the gyro street stands in Athens serve an affordable and filling snack. A thoroughly satisfying meal!!

21. Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant - Halal Cafes Singapore
Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant)
Key ServicesTurkish cuisines
Address6 Raffles Boulevard Marina Square, #03 129A, 039594
Phone6291 1433
Operating HoursMon-Thurs & Sun (11:30am – 10pm) Fri – Sat (closed)

Sofra is a great place to go for genuine Turkish cuisine in a relaxing yet stylish environment. This crowd favourite gets it right every time with its traditional, hearty, and reasonably priced Ottoman food served in generous portions. In no time, you’ll be munching on kebabs, salads, and fish casseroles.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Cosy corner restaurant
  2. Authentic and high quality Turkish food

Client Testimonial:

The Manager and the staff are really welcoming; the tables are so clean that you can see the reflection on it; the food is hot and delicious; the View is amazing; the decoration is nice as well.

22. Mother Dough Bakery

Mother Dough Bakery - Halal Cafes Singapore
Mother Dough Bakery – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Mother Dough Bakery)
Key Servicesfresh bakes + coffee
Address3 Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199259
Operating HoursWED – SUN, 11AM – 6PM

Their breads are entirely handmade by hand with artisanal methods and baked fresh daily at Mother Dough. Flavor and high-quality ingredients are emphasized, and their flour comes from reputable, environmentally responsible grain mills. Their team of skilled bakers is delighted to make bread for you any time of day or night.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Born from a deep-seated love for baking and breaking bread
  2. Handmade bakes daily

Client Testimonial:

Love the almond croissant and the espresso chocolate croissant. They are generous with the Almonds and fillings. The upside down orange cake was alright for me. Prefer the lemon drizzle cake more. Come early to get your bakes. I reached at 1110am on a Friday and it had a queue formed already.

23. Woodlands Sourdough

Woodlands Sourdough - Halal Cafes Singapore
Woodlands Sourdough – Halal Cafes Singapore (Credit: Woodlands Sourdough’s Facebook)
Key Servicessweets and carbs
Address183 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-03, Singapore 574332
Operating HoursMWF (closed)
Thursday-Sunday (08:30 – 15:00)

Woodlands Sourdough is not located in Woodlands. What began as a little micro-bakery has evolved into a charming cafe in Serene Centre and now it occupies its own home at Upper Thomson. If you enjoy sweets and carbs, the place is a must-see because of the delicious bread and brownies that are available.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Well-known for bread and brownies
  2. Conveniently located

Client Testimonial:

On any given morning they open, this little nook sees lines along the block with the scent of fresh bread wafting through the air. Everything here is made with sourdough in some shape or form and boy do I enjoy their savoury bakes!

Halal Cafes Singapore

If you are looking for a great halal cafe to enjoy your meal, these 24 spots will not disappoint. From Asian-inspired cuisine to Western favorites, there is something for everyone on this list. So what are you waiting for? Start exploring and savoring the best halal cafe Singapore has to offer!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have any questions about Halal Cafes in Singapore, you can refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the best Halal Cafes in Singapore below:

Is halal food easily available in Singapore?

The food in Singapore is easy to find, and delicious halal cuisine may be found almost everywhere. Muslim-friendly cuisines can now be found in a variety of restaurants, from Chinese beef noodles to halal French cuisine to Spanish tapas for sharing.

Does halal mean no pork?

According to the Muslims in Dietetics and Nutrition, a member group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Halal food can never contain pork or pork products (that includes gelatin and shortenings), or any alcohol.

What is a halal café?

A halal cafe is a muslim owned cafe or restaurant that serves halal food with freshly brewed coffee. Food that is halal is food that our Muslim friends are allowed to eat by Islamic law.

What are some foods Muslims are not allowed to eat?

Muslims are not allowed to eat pork or drink alcohol. Halal food must also be prepared according to certain guidelines. For example, halal meat must be slaughtered in a certain way and halal fish must come from waters that are clean and pure.

How much does dining at a halal café cost in Singapore?

Dining at a halal cafe in Singapore is relatively affordable. A meal for two people can cost around $30 SGD.

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