Finding the right food and a place to eat it can be tricky. There can be a wealth of options available that can make if difficult to select which is best for you and the people you’re with. Singapore is great place for restaurants, with many choices to ensure that you could eat at a many place, with a different meal every night and never run out of options. While the selection in Singapore is overwhelming, you may have to consider which locations will have Halal dishes. With this in mind, here are some of the top Halal restaurants in Singapore.
Ayam Penyet Ria is the prime eatery for ayam penyet in Singapore. They boast the spiciest sambal in the city and shouldn’t be eaten by the faint of heart. There are several establishments you can visit, all offering a range of dishes from 11.30 to 10pm (with one of Lucky plaza’s locations being 12-9). They have fried chicken dishes for every palette and person, with a range of drinks also available.
Subway doesn’t offer Halal options in Singapore, but if you enjoy a sub, then you can visit Yellow Submarine. They provide fine beef sandwiches for around $10, at #01-110, 177 Toa Payoh Central, Singapore 310177. Using fresh beef sirloin, cheese and caramelised onions, they will give you a dish you won’t soon forget, with choice of beef or oregano based chicken. With other food available and drinks to go with your order, this can be a great place for friends to get together and enjoy some subway sandwiches.
If you’re a fan of pizza and want to keep things Halal, then you should take a trip over to Pezzo. Found in Woodlands, you can get a wide variety of pizzas and toppings, with some options being Hola Hawaiian, Cheesy Cheese and Supremo. Side dishes and drinks are plentiful, so you can have good meal here after work, on a weekend, alone or with friends. If you want some pizza brought straight to your door, then Deliveroo offer Halal food delivery, making it easy to get what you need without leaving the house.
It can be tough to find a Halal restaurant that can provide Vietnamese dishes in Singapore, but luckily there is one place you can find this. The Orange Lantern specialises in food from Vietnam and can be found in several locations. The restaurant aims to be like the lantern from which is takes it’s name, as it represents fortune, cheer and warmth. They can provide full meals, with appetisers and desserts, as well as bentos to pick up. You can book reservations and they also can provide catering for functions. Whether you’re looking for beef, chicken, tofu, fish food or whatever with a Vietnamese style, then this is the restaurant for you.