Discovery Muslim Food in Singapore

Discovery Muslim Food in Singapore

Singapore is an advanced country with a majority of Chinese, and also a Buddhist-majority religion, so it's a bit difficult to be a Muslim? the answer is certainly not! Diversity in Singapore is very thick, whatever religions any races in Singapore not become standard as daily life. everyone who is not from Singapore is very welcome to visit Singapore. But with the majority of Chinese people, what about the Halal food?

There is a lot of Muslim who are worried about visiting Singapore, what is the fear for Muslim? yes halal food is considered to be difficult to find. hey do not Worry!, in Singapore also many people who sell halal food, and almost every place in corner of Singapore cities.
There are 3 favourites Muslim food as a highly-recommendation! Let's discuss them one by one.

Hajah Maimunah

Wohooo! This is the food advisor editor choice! The restaurant that has been around since the 90s is famous as a restaurant serving Melayu cuisine and also Minang cuisine. The restaurant located at Jalan Pisang, Kampong Glam, has 20 years of experience.

Starting at around 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, the restaurant offers a variety of dishes, divided into a lot of main categories, there, chicken, beef or lamb, seafood, fish, desserts, vegetables, side dishes, and light dishes.

You can find a fried, grilled, and soup, the most favorite is Grilled fish, Rendang, Meat Ball, Sotong BBQ, Chicken BBQ. These food is a Must-try food. But hey if the mentioned food above is not your favorite food, there is a ton of tempting food at Hajah Maimunah, so you don't have to worry!
And how about the price? You just need to spend from your wallet around S$5-S$15 for 1 person. Not too expensive but you get a great quality Halal food.

Nt only the food that rocked your tongue, the layout and atmosphere of the restaurant was made simple so that the visitors who come feel like eating at home alone.
If you asking where I can find Muslim Food?, here is the location to eat Muslim food

6 Jalan Pinang Singapore 199138
Phone : 6291 3132 | Fax : 6291 7248
Open : 9am to 5pm
Every Mon - Fri

11 & 15 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199078
Phone : 6297 4294
Open : 7am to 8pm
Everyday except holiday

20 Joo Chiat Road #01-02 Singapore 427357
Phone : 6348 5457 | Fax : 6348 8746
Open : 8am to 9pm
Everyday except Monday

3017 Bedok North Street 5
#04-08 Gourmet East Kitchen. Singapore 486121
Phone: +65 6297 4294
Open : 7am to 8PM
Everyday except Sunday

Indochili Restaurant

This place served a lot of Food, Really? Does it halal? Most of questions are same, but yes, Indochili Serves a Halal Food? How do we know?

Because they are only provide a Halal Food with Indonesia Cuisine. Since Indonesia is a Muslim Country so their most of Their Cuisine is Halal. So you don't have to worry about Indonesian Food, so if you were confuse for halal food, Indochili is the recommended place to come! And 100% guarantee They are halal!, serve an authentic Indonesian food and how about the taste?

Satay Madura

Based on chicken dice meat. This food usually is grilled. But when it cooked you will smell nothing. Differences all types of satay is located in peanut sauce, such as peanut sauce, soy sauce, coconut milk, and others. Satay based chicken meat that is more tender and soft, suitable served for people who love food type of grilled and sweet. But some of satay, they only served with ketchup. Doesn't matter what it sauce Satay Madura in Indochili is favorite!

Soto Ayam Lamongan

Chicken Soto Lamongan is indeed one of the typical food types of Nusantara origin of the region Lamongan, Indonesia. which is quite famous to the whole of Indonesia. this food is better if served in a warm, it will be delicious and tempting, especially when Cold weather.
For those of you who Singapore and curious about the taste Chicken Soto Lamongan, you do not need all the way to East Java, Indonesia to taste it. You can really enjoy Chicken Soto Lamongan super delicious in Indochili.

Nasi Timbel

Set of Nasi Timbel! Fried Kalasan Chicken, Sayur Asam, Tempe, Tahu, and Sambal Terasi!, Nasi Timbel is from Sundanese, West Java, Indonesia. the heat of rice wrapped in banana leaves makes this food produce a unique aroma. Preparation of rice almost similar to cook a Lontong with compressed, rolled, and steamed.

There is a lot of food in IndoChili, if you curious, just come over and try their awesome food! You can find Indochili at the address below:

54 Zion Road, 247779
(Opposite Great World City Shopping Mall)
Phone: 6445 1766

Opening Hours :
Mon – Thu : 11:30am – 10:00pm
(Last order : 9:15pm)
Fri – Sun : 11:30am – 10:30pm
(Last order : 9:45pm)

7 Wallich Street #B1-03. 078884
(Enter from Tg Pagar MRT Station)
Phone: 6386 6427

Opening Hours :
Mon – Sun : 11:30am – 10:00pm
(Last order : 9:15pm; no reservation for weekdays lunch before 3pm

2 Science Park Drive #01-09.
Singapore 118222
(Opp. NUH / Kent Ridge MRT Station)
Phone: 6909 0177

Opening Hours :
Mon – Sat : 11:00am – 9:00pm
(Last order : 9:00pm)

This restaurant is located on Jalan Kandahar. The Bumbu Restaurant remains consistent in maintaining the nostalgic style of Singapore's 1940s with antique-style furniture and honouring multi-cultural Singapore with its unique menu.


Halal-labeled, this place to eat is also a must to visit, food adapted to Thai-Indo cuisine, making this restaurant more unique and different from other restaurants. How about the halal food?


Gado-Gado is a typical Indonesian dish where vegetables are served in peanut sauce. mixed with a variety of fresh vegetables, Tempeh, & Tofu in peanut sauce. Nevertheless, the peanut sauce itself is spicy, sweet, thick, and flavourful so yummy!

Tahu Telor

Different with another Tahu Telor, usually it served in one large Tofu. But in Bumbu this Tahu Telor it Tofu (Tofu) comes in small pieces. It looked mediocre but it turned out very nice. Know it is very soft and smooth. with a little "topping" on it top, with the peanut ketchup sauce, this Tahu Telor is very Great.

There is a lot of food in this place, mix max between Thai cuisine with Indonesian Cuisine, you can spend about S$10 – S$20 here! Best recommend if you love the old-age style Bumbu is only your option!

44 Kandahar Street Singapore 198897
Tel: 6392 8628, 6392 1570
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am-3pm, 6pm-10pm
Tuesday to Sunday (Closed on Monday)

125 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068594
Tel: 6536 8636, 6536 8638
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am-3pm
Monday to Friday (Closed on Weekends & Public Holidays)

Blk 4, Queen's Road #02-101, Singapore 260004
Tel: 6479 4075, 6473 3155
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am-3pm, 6pm-10pm
Tuesday to Sunday (Closed on Monday)

As mentioned above and again, All that restaurant is Halal, so you don't have to be afraid, there is still a lot of Muslim food in Singapore.