Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore

Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore
Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore
Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore
Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore
Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore
Where to Find Popular Halal Foods in Singapore

Searching Halal Street Foods in Singapore

Halal foods in Singapore are not so hard to find. As a country with various musicians, Singapore is a wonderful country with colorful culinary products. Though many of the visitors come from the surrounding Southeast Asian countries which are Moslems-majority, not all restaurants and food courts in Singapore is Moslem-friendly. Yet, we can still easily find great places with halal foods.

The comfort of tourism facilities in Singapore is no joke. Besides the public transportation, the city park, and many other facilities, restaurants are also served for all kinds of travelers. Moslems should thus never feel worried about their mealtime. From desserts, the main course, to street foods are all offered for Moslems who are searching for halal foods.

Here are some excellent places that offer Halal Street Foods in Singapore

1. Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

For first-timers, the market name will be confusing. Some might think that this place is a food court by a market. But that place is called a festival market for a reason. That was a market in a 19th century. It was called Pasar Telor Ayer. After a massive reconstruction in 2014, this area is now a famous culinary center. It has a new name Lau Pa Sat Festival Market. Just from the history, we can see that the market has an interesting atmosphere. Besides, this place is popular for the halal menus. All types of menus for vegetarians to the main course with tasty flavors are available. Those who are craving for Indian foods and Chinese Food can simply go there and pick their favorite.

Vegetarians can straightforwardly go to the Big Bites Indian Vegetarian Cruisine. The Indian Vegetarian Shree Ganga is also the best place for the vegetarians. 

Next, people need to visit the Turkish Cruisine for having special Turkey dishes. Those who want to taste original flavor of rujak can go visit Buffalo Wings, Rojak, and Popiah. For those who just to have a tea in this place, Thunder Tea Rite is the just the place. 

This place places Halal matters as a crucial aspect. The staffs serve and handle halal foods with special care. They take care of the kitchen utensils well for keeping the halal quality. Besides, the staffs divide the foods of halal foods and non halal foods. This place is what Moslems search for nonstop culinary tour. It opens 24 hours a day. Therefore, it will be easy to plan a visit to this place. You need to only take an MRT and get off at MRT Raffles Place in East-West Line. We need to only walk for 5 minutes to the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market.

2. Newton Food Center

Newton Food Center is located around Orchard Road. Thus, we can say that this food center is the most popular one. The best dishes to find in this place are seafood and chili crab. Though it is not a specifically halal food center, there are still many restaurants offer halal foods. Some of them are Indian Palace, Al-Noor Biasa, Sin Sin Seafood BBQ, Hai Kee Seafood, and Hang Wang.

To reach the place, you have to get off at Newton MRT Station in the North-South Line. Take the exit and follow the Newton Food Centre direction. People can also take Scotts Road direction and walk the pedestrian bridge. It opens from 12.00 pm to 02.00 am.

3. Makansutra Gluttons Bay

This place offers a great food selection with a superb view of Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer. Other food courts might give delicious foods with Singapore style. But in this place, enjoying foods will feel more luxurious due to the panoramic view. It is a great place for those who are looking for a romantic experience.

There are many restaurants with signature dishes that are ready to serve in Makansutra Gluttons Bay. One of the best is Redhill Rong Guang BBQ Seafood. High-class menus of seafood are available in this place. If it is too boring to enjoy seafood after several days of Singapore tour, Thai Yummy Food is a great option to choose.

Other restaurants are Huat Huat Chicken Wing & Carrot Cake, Old Satay Club Mee Goreng, Alhambra Padang Satay, and Sweet Spot.

4. Singapore Food Trail 

Not only delicious foods, this place also offers interesting photo spot to be captured with your best camera or smartphones. There are three places that offer halal foods here; Old Airport Road Satay Bee Hoon and Satay Celup, Indian Tandoor and Grill, and Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood.