Best Halal Restaurants & Cafes in West Singapore - from Prawn Noodles, Mexican to Japanese Cuisine (2023)

Best Halal Restaurants & Cafes in West Singapore - from Prawn Noodles, Mexican to Japanese Cuisine

There’s a slew of activities to do in West of Singapore, such as traversing the Jurong Eco-Garden, hiking through The Green Corridor, and stargazing at The Observatory, Science Centre. Post-activities, fill your bellies at the many dining spots that’ll whet your appetite. For the best Halal spots, here are the best 16 restaurants and cafes to try when you’re going on a Journey to the West.

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There’s a slew of activities to do in West of Singapore, such as traversing the Jurong Eco-Garden, hiking through The Green Corridor, and stargazing at The Observatory, Science Centre. Post-activities, fill your bellies at the many dining spots that’ll whet your appetite. For the best Halal spots, here are the best restaurants and cafes to try when you’re going on a Journey to the West.

1. Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut

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Juicy and succulent tender duck meat, encapsulate with crispy herb skin – Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut serves authentic Indonesian food with a speciality for Original Crispy Fried Duck with Rice ($9.90). This signature dish is served with a 24 hour marinated duck leg fried till golden crisp, served with flour crumbs (kriuk), white rice, tempeh, cabbage and a dollop of fiery homemade sambal.

They also have plenty of Indonesian favourites such as Sop Bontot (Oxtail Soup), Sangan Crispy Fried Chicken with Rice and all Es Teler (Ice Teler).

Address: Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive, #B1-11, S608532
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 9.30pm

2. Tokyo Shokudo

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Missing Japan for its piping hot bowl of comforting ramen? Satisfy your hunger pangs at Tokyo Shokudo. Known for its award-winning Tendon, this dish is a five-time gold medalist at Japan’s Donburi Awards. It’s comprised of prawn, egg, nori, fish and assorted vegetables fried to golden perfection served on a bed of fluffy rice. If you prefer soup-based dishes, you can’t go wrong with their Ramen bowls – take your pick from Original, Tom Yum, Yuzu or Spicy.

Address: Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive, #03-09, S608532
Opening hours: 11.30am - 10pm

3. Éla

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Formerly occupied by The Co-Op, Éla is a dreamy Greek cuisine restaurant that’s also managed by The Black Hole Group. One of the only Halal Greek restaurants in Singapore, step into an elegantly designed space with neutral Earth tones, coupled with ambient lighting for a cosy dining experience. Try starters such as Spicy Feta Dip ($8.90) and Cucumber Yoghurt Dip ($8.90) that’ll take you to Santorini.

Taste the ocean with the Seabreeze Platter ($74.90 for 2 pax or $99.90 for 4 pax), which includes seafood such as seabass, octopus and whitebait.

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Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, #01-07, S659003
Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm

4. Time for Thai

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We’re unapologetic for loving Thai food – tangy, spicy and comforting. You’ll be glad to know there’s a Halal Thai restaurant at Bukit Timah, located on the same stretch as the famous supper spot, Al-Azhar Restaurant. Easy on the wallet, dishes here are affordably priced and big on portions. While a staple Thai dish, Seafood Pad Thai ($7.90), is a hit with many, do try other side dishes such as Tom Yum Clear Soup ($9.90), Steamed Seabass with Spicy Lemon Sauce ($24.90) and Crab Omelette ($8.90).

Finish your meal with the sinful Dough Fritters with Sangkaya ($4.90) for an ultimate aroi mak mak experience.

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, S599739
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 1am

5. Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice

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Featured as one of Bangkok’s Michelin Bib Gourmand, their chicken rice is best eaten with the homemade chilli sauce that uses ginger, garlic and chilli padi. They also have dishes such as Thai-Style Curry Fish Head, Fried Tofu Cubes with Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce ($9) and Stir-Fried Basil Chicken with Kai Lan ($9). Their other outlets are at Plaza Singapura, NEX and Vivo City.

Address: JEM, 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #B1-08, S608549
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 10pm

6. West Coz Café

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Located just a few minutes walk from Bukit Panjang MRT, West Coz Café is at Level 1 in Junction 10 Shopping Centre. Ideal for family dinners due to its big dining area, they serve a fare of Halal zi char dishes – from Gulai Assam Siakap ($30), Prawn Paste Chicken ($10), Hotplate Black Pepper Beef ($15) to Tom Yum Seafood Soup ($12). If you’re looking for Bento set for corporate orders, they have a range herefrom Sweet & Sour Fish Slices, Ginger Parsley Fish, Sambal Sotong and many more from $8.80.

Their other outlet is located at West Coast Plaza.

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Address: Junction 10, 1 Woodlands Rd, #01-34/35, S677899
Opening hours: Daily 11.30am – 9.30pm

7. Da Jie Niang Dou Fu

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Whether you like your bowl of Yong Tau Foo with soup, dry, black sauce or with tom yum, Da Jie Niang Dou Fu has more than five different options you can pick from. Here, instead of lumping all your picks together, they separate the fried items and re-fry them before serving. For mala lovers, get for the mala option, soup or dry, for a fiery delight.

Address: 354 Clementi Ave 2, #01-253, S120354
Opening hours: Daily 10am – 9.30pm

8. Jalapeno South-West

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Finding Halal Mexican cuisine in Singapore is no easy feat as they usually contain pork. But the good folks at Jalapeno Southwest is one of the very few dishing out Halal tacos and quesadillas, at an affordable price. Besides its brightly coloured interior with artistic illustrations, we can’t rave enough of the Chicken Quesadilla ($10.90) – grilled chicken, cheese, sautéed onions and pickled jalapeno is a blessed marriage of flavours. Other recommended dishes include Supremo Tacos ($12.90) and Beef Fajitas ($14.90).

Address: 321 Clementi Ave 3, #01-09, S129905
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 11pm

9. The Co-Op [CLOSED]

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Managed by the good folks of The Black Hole Group, The Co-Op unites all the best dishes from their other dining establishments - pasta from Tipo, tacos from Afterwit and fish and chips from The Mad Sailors. They have raised the bar with with the Ribeye Steak 200g Australian Grass-Fed ($23.90) – the high amount of marbled fat, grilled to perfection is a party in your mouth waiting to happen. Truly a bang for your buck, this dish is a must-try. Big on quality ingredients, they also make their own pasta fresh daily.

Address: HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, #01-07
Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm

10. Deanna’s Kitchen

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What’s the best food to have on a rainy day? A bowl of piping hot prawn noodles from Deanna’s Kitchen of course. Their signature Big Prawns & Clams Mee ($9), comes with a generous amount of juicy prawns, clams and yellow noodles in a flavourful prawn broth which you’ll slurp to the last drop. And check out their enormous bowl with lobster and crayfish!

Address: Padi Emas Coffeeshop, Blk 214 Jurong East St 21, S600214
Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 9pm, closed on Mondays

11. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles

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Hailing from China, Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles allows you to customise your noodle bowl to suit your personal preference. Select from any three soup bases (with more than 15 herbs used) and eight noodle options. Or simply order the Signature Beef Noodles ($8.90), Dry Beef Noodles ($8.90), Mala Spicy Beef Noodles ($9.50) and Sauerkraut Beef Noodles ($9.90).

Address: Jurong Point, 63 Jurong West Central 3, #03-105, S648331
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 10pm

12. Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace

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Savour a hearty bowl of ramen and the freshest sushi at Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace, where all ingredients are flown directly from the Land of the Rising Sun. Located in JCube, the restaurant’s must-order is the Spider Maki Roll, 8 pieces of yummy goodness made with breaded soft shell crab, cucumber, avocado, spicy mayonnaise, rolled inside nori, sushi rice and encapsulated with juicy fish roe.

Enjoy a bowl of flavourful Shio Ramen with Tori Karaage - al dente ramen noodles cooked to perfection, with each sip of the umami broth complementing the texture of the noodles. If you’d like an extra spicy kick, add in some chilli powder for a fiery delight. The restaurant also serves a range of don (rice bowls) options such as Salmon Teriyaki Don, Yakiniku Don (Stir-Fried Beef) and Tori Katsu Curry Rice. The restaurant also has a mini marketplace where you can get Japanese food items such as miso paste and soba noodles.

Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #04-19, S609731
Opening hours: Daily 11.30am – 9.30pm

13. Prata Alley

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Prata needs no explanation, as we’re all familiar with this delicious dough and we eat it at any time of the day! Drop by Prata Alley, dubbed as Clementi’s hipster Indian food joint, is an air-conditioned eatery that has a unique and innovative rendition of local dishes.

Have you ever tried Pizza Prata? Here, you can try The Big One, their signature prata dish which uses a prata as the base, topped with salami, peppers, olives, chicken chunks and sprinkled with generous mozzarella cheese. If you’d like more carbs, order the visually appealing Turmeric Rush, the restaurant’s rendition of fried rice that is not only aromatic but also delicious. Served with an egg sunny side up, cucumbers and fried prawns.

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Address: 321 Clementi Ave 3, #01-12, S129905
Opening hours: Daily 9am – 11pm

14. Siam Kitchen

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Halal Thai restaurants are prevalent in Singapore, but finding the one that truly serves authentic Thai cuisine is no easy feat. At Siam Kitchen, experience a gastronomical delight with Thai dishes prepared by renowned chefs from Thailand. They use only the best quality ingredients that enhance the dishes’ flavour.

Order their signatures such as the Butterfly Chicken, a street food dish commonly found in Thai street markets. No need to travel for its mouth-watering food, a bite of this chicken will bring you to the Land of a Thousand Smiles. The restaurant is ideal for families, where you can share huge portion dishes such as the Steamed Garoupa with Spicy Garlic Lime Dressing and Tom Yum Curry.

Address: Lot One, 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, #02-25, S689812
Opening hours: Daily 11.30am – 9.30pm

15. Spize Temasek Club Rifle Range

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Nestled in a secluded location off Bukit Timah Road, Spize Temasek Club at Rifle Range is quite a distance from public transportation. But the view from the restaurant of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and the swimming pool on the ground floor is probably one of the best in West Singapore. They are known for serving an extensive menu of Asian, Western and Mediterranean cuisines, there is definitely something for everyone.

Make sure you save some room for dessert – satisfy your sweet tooth with the Lavender Cream Brulee, Cocoa Colony Belgian Waffles and Granny Smith Apple Crumble that’ll wrap up your meal beautifully. Request for the seats by the glass window, overlooking the pool for a pleasant dining experience.

Address: 131 Rifle Range Road, #03-04, S588406
Opening hours: Daily 8am – 11pm

16. Yassin Kampung Seafood (Clementi)

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Treat your family to a spread at Yassin Kampung Seafood (Clementi)! With a brightly lit al fresco dining area, embellished with fairy lights and rattan chairs, it is the perfect restaurant for family dinners. Their other outlets are located at Admiralty, Marsiling and Bedok.

They serve excellent Zi Char dishes that hit all the right spots. If you’re up for something that’ll awaken your senses, order the Kampung Durian Chicken that almost looks like a salted egg yolk chicken (except it’s not!). Once you have a closer look, you’ll smell the aromatic durian scent – a must-try for durian lovers! Although every piece is coated with the durian gravy, the chicken is still crispy and juicy.

Have you ever tried a dish where you can taste a mixture of sweet, spicy and sour? If not, order the Three Flavoured Fish, a Garoupa smothered with a savoury sauce.

Address: 106 Clementi Street 12, #01-56, S120106
Opening hours: Daily 11am – 12am

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FAQs

Is Five Guys Singapore halal? ›

6. Fatburger. Shake Shack and Five Guys in Singapore might not be halal-certified but don't fret, you can satisfy your cravings for massive burgers with Fatburger, a famous burger chain from Los Angeles! With only 3 outlets in Singapore, each patty is made with 80% lean ground meat and 20% fat.

Is Singapore McDonald halal? ›

Yes, all McDonald's restaurants in Singapore are Halal-certified by MUIS (The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore). The regulatory body approved McDonald's food for consumption by Muslims in 1992.

Is halal food available in Singapore? ›

Singapore's sizeable Muslim community means that there is an abundance of halal food (food which adheres to Islamic law) available all over the island. This list features an array of cuisines, from Malay to Indonesian, Western to Chinese—to tantalise your taste buds and keep you fuelled as you explore the city.

Is McDonald's halal? ›

None of our menu items are Halal. Our restaurant operations do not allow us to separate halal products from our regular McDonald's items nor can we ensure other products in the restaurant meet the standard required for halal designations. Thank you for confirming! I can continue to eat and enjoy my meals at McD.

What meat does five guys use? ›

Five Guys uses a blend of chuck and sirloin, and none of its restaurants have freezers on site, so to get the perfect Five Guys burger, buy your meat fresh and only refrigerate it.

Is KFC halal certified in Singapore? ›

KFC Singapore receives its Halal certification from The Islamic Council of Singapore (MUIS).

Is McDonald's fries halal? ›

Are McDonald's chips Halal? McDonald's fries are not certified as Halal.

Why is Mcdonalds not halal? ›

We learnt that Halal certified food is popular with only a very small percentage of our customers, and to offer it in all our restaurants would require significant changes to our kitchen procedures and supply chain. As a result, we decided against offering Halal food in the U.K. for the time being.

Is Singapore a Islamic country? ›

According to the data, approximately 33.2 percent of the population of citizens and permanent residents are Buddhist, 18.8 percent Christian (including 6.7 percent Catholic), 14 percent Muslim (predominantly Sunni), 10 percent Taoist, 5 percent Hindu, and 18.5 percent identify as having no religion.

Is IKEA meatball halal? ›

You Don't Need To Stress About It 'Cause IKEA Meatballs Are Halal Certified! Now, you can enjoy all the meatballs happily without worrying.

Is Genki Sushi halal? ›

Nurul Azureen we are not Halal certified but our items are no pork, no lard. However, we cannot guarantee that the factories where those items are processed do not handle any pork products. Some of our sauces have mirin (a kind of Japanese rice wine) in them.

Is McDonald in Japan halal? ›

Yes you are right. They use the same haram oil to fry everything including fish filet, Apple Pie and potato chips.

Is KFC Haram? ›

Three Muslim scholars have announced Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) is halal and can be consumed by Muslims.

Is McDonald chicken halal? ›

No, McDonald's food in the UK isn't Halal. However in other countries where the majority of people are muslim, McDonald's has Halal menus. On the McDonald's UK website, the company says they have no current plans to introduce Halal food to the menu at any British McDonald's restaurant.

What potatoes do Five Guys use? ›

Five Guys actually only use potatoes from Idaho, grown above the 42nd parallel. The potatoes grow during the day when it's warm and stop at night once it cools down, causing them to be a denser, higher quality.

Is Five Guys beef real? ›

Five Guys' meat is fresher but higher in calories

"Both establishments use 100 percent pure ground beef. Five Guys uses a blend of chuck and sirloin, and the hand-formed patties are fresh, not frozen.

What oil does Five Guys use for burgers? ›

Five Guys only uses peanut oil.

The chain only uses peanut oil for cooking.

Is Starbucks Singapore halal? ›

Starbucks Singapore is not a Halal-certified establishment, as we source from various suppliers. However, we do take measures to ensure that there is no pork, lard or alcohol in any of our drinks and food offered in our stores.

Is Bengawan Solo halal 2021? ›

1. Re: Is Bengawan solo Halal? No, it is not.

Who owns KFC in Singapore? ›

Yum! Brands, which owns KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, has shuttered 7,000 restaurants systemwide and modified their operations in response to the global health pandemic that has brought much of the world to a standstill. Overall, the company runs 50,000 restaurants in 150 countries.

Does KFC use halal meat? ›

KFC Halal Food

There are just over 900 KFC restaurants in the UK. For around 130 of them, the restaurants and the food that they serve is certified Halal. We set ourselves high standards across all our restaurants and with our suppliers.

Is a filet o fish halal? ›

Almost every grocery store in America will carry some sort of fish and by extension, most fast food chains have some sort of fish option; the most ubiquitous of these is the Filet-O-Fish. This sandwich is arguably the most available halal food in America.

Can a fish be halal? ›

Essentially all types of seafood are Halal suitable, based on verse 5:96 of the Qur'an, which states, “Lawful to you is what you catch from the sea and use for food as provision for yourself and for the travelers...” Because this states broadly that what is caught from the sea is acceptable, it includes plants like ...

Are all Subway halal? ›

Some Subway chains exclusively use halal meat. The ones which do contain labelling across the store to show that they are halal. A total of 202 stores in the UK serve halal meat, out of 2,000 – equating to about 1 in 10.

Is a Mcflurry halal? ›

McDonalds Mcflurry is not Halal.

Is Big Mac sauce halal? ›

Being able to Buy the Bic Mac Sauce online makes it so easy and simpler especially for those from among us that have special dietary requirements and cannot order a Big Mac at Mc Donald's, simply because it is not Halal, Kosher or Vegetarian.

Is Singapore Sunni or Shia? ›

The majority of Muslims in Singapore are traditionally Sunni Muslims who follow the Shafi'i or the Hanafi school of thought.

What are the top 2 main languages in Singapore? ›

The most spoken language of Singapore is Mandarin and different varities of Chinese. According to a population census, Mandarin in spoken by almost 51% of Singapore's population. The national language of Singapore, however, is Malay.

Do IKEA hot dogs have pork? ›

IKEA's hot dog are made of beef and chicken

This one may come as a bit of a surprise, especially as the IKEA hot dogs are typically advertised as being 100 beef beef or all beef.

Is IKEA biscuits halal? ›

They are halal certified and produced locally in Malaysia. None of our ingredients are produced by the affected suppliers. We do not tolerate any other ingredients than the ones stipulated in our recipes or specifications, secured through set standards, certifications and product analysis by accredited laboratories.

Is IKEA food in Singapore halal? ›

value and delicious food ( Halal ) - Ikea Cafeteria, Singapore Traveller Reviews - Tripadvisor.

Is sushi Halal or Haram? ›

One of the most common types of sushi in Western countries is the California Roll. This sushi contains cucumber, rice, avocado and crab meat and should be considered halal for most Muslims. The same goes for most sushi containing dashimaki egg and other vegetables.

Are sea urchins Halal? ›

Sea urchin

If you ever wonder how it taste like but still have doubt if it's halal or not, we are delighted to assure you that it is halal. "It is lawful for you to hunt and eat seafood, as a provision for you and for travelers.

Is Mos Burger Halal certified? ›

@AZafran110 Mos Burger has yet to submit any Halal applications, hence it is not Muis Halal certified.

Is Five Guys beef halal? ›

Five Guys does not serve Halal meat. Do any Five Guys products contain soy or dairy? Our rolls contain both soy and dairy.

Do Five Guys Burgers have pork? ›

The Burgers

Five Guys' standard burger is a two patty burger made of fresh beef. (There are no freezers in Five Guys, only coolers.)

Does Five Guys use kosher meat? ›

Five Guys' menu boasts a kosher hot dog, but what that actually means is a little more complicated. The hot dogs are all beef, and that meat is indeed premium kosher beef from Hebrew National, a delicious supplier of kosher dogs. This absolutely qualifies the meat in and of itself as kosher.

Is In N Out halal? ›

And the answer is that In-N-Out is not kosher and it is not halal. It does not use kosher or halal certified meat or follow those requirements.

Does Burger King have halal meat? ›

Yes, Azeem! the meat we serve is 100% HALAL. We hope to see you soon at Burger King!

Is all subway meat halal? ›

Some Subway chains exclusively use halal meat. The ones which do contain labelling across the store to show that they are halal. A total of 202 stores in the UK serve halal meat, out of 2,000 – equating to about 1 in 10.

Is kosher halal? ›

If the gelatin is prepared from non-zabiha, Muslims consider it haram (prohibited). Hence foods items such as marshmallows, yogurt, etc., showing kosher symbols are not always halal.

What Mayo does Five Guys use? ›

Today, Five Guys' mayo is made for them exclusively by Heinz and is customized to have the ideal level of creaminess and taste for their burgers. As a Five Guys employee claims, the house mayo's extra creaminess comes with a hidden cost: a whopping high calorie count.

What kind of oil does Five Guys use for their fries? ›

Five Guys only uses peanut oil.

The chain only uses peanut oil for cooking.

What is the most popular burger at Five Guys? ›

Most Popular Items at Five Guys
  • Cheeseburger. #1.
  • Bacon Cheeseburger. #2.
  • Little Cheeseburger. #3.
  • Bunless Cheeseburger. #4.
  • Cajun Style Fries. #5.
  • Hot Dog. #6.
  • Little Bacon Cheeseburger. #7.
  • Five Guys Style Fries. #8.

Can Muslims eat kosher? ›

It's not generally known outside the circles of the preoccupied, but Muslims who can't get meat slaughtered according to the rules of halal, the Muslim equivalent of the kosher laws, are permitted by most Muslim clerics to eat kosher instead.

What is Five Guys burgers made of? ›

"Both establishments use 100 percent pure ground beef. Five Guys uses a blend of chuck and sirloin, and the hand-formed patties are fresh, not frozen. McDonald's transforms a combo of ground chuck, sirloin and round into machine-formed, flash-frozen patties," Miller explained. "Both places grill their burgers."

Is 5 Guys halal in USA? ›

Five Guys does not use halal beef, except in our Middle East stores.

Is American KFC halal? ›

We recognize that many of our valued customers have specific dietary requirements associated with their religious beliefs. Unfortunately, we are not able to make religious claims, such as Halal or Kosher, about KFC products at this time.

What is the difference between Kosher and halal? ›

Halal diets restrict alcohol, pork, foods that contain blood, and meat from certain types of animals. Kosher diets also limit pork, shellfish, and meat from specific animals and animal parts.

Is In-N-Out cheese halal? ›

over a year ago. No, it is not. It is also not Kosher. over a year ago.

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