Looking for great places to dine this Ramadan? Whether it’s a Muslim-friendly Korean buffet, small bites, burgers, atas Nusantara cuisine, or delivery straight to your doorstep that you’re looking for, we’re quite sure you’ll find something here.
Here’s bringing you 10 food places to break your fast during Ramadan 2022!
There’s nothing like dining in a restaurant with a history that stretches back a century, and that’s what Permata is all about. This year, Chef Mel Dean has outdone himself with his Nusantara Iftar Menu— filled with an eclectic mix of visually stunning, delectable dishes, and exclusively available from now till 1 May 2022.
For S$78++ per pax, expect to find elevated Nusantara cuisine that will get you going back for more. Start off with a tall glass of Kasih Ramadan— a beautiful colour-changing mocktail. Move on to the appetisers, where you will be served with Lemang Serundeng, Opor Rice Cakerawala, and Madura Chicken Satay, followed by the long-forgotten noodle dish, Mee Maidin.
Look forward to a slew of mains like the Di Raja Yellow Rice, Kuluban, Minangkabau Lamb Ribs Rendang, Chicken Berkakak & Lalapan, and Baked Prawns Lomak Nenas.
End it off with three desserts: Bubur Som Som, Banana Kolak, and Taman Sari.
Only at Permata will you have a communal dining experience like no other.
2. 21 on Rajah
Be spoilt for choice this year at 21 on Rajah at Days Hotel by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park. From 3 April 2022 to 2 May 2022, the halal-certified buffet restaurant, which serves Mediterranean-inspired dishes with a touch of Asian fare, will launch a Ramadan À la carte Buffet and not one, but three Communal Set Menus to choose from.
Whether you’re heading down on a Weekday (S$58++ per adult) or Weekend (S$68++ per adult), buffet aficionados will be in for a treat with their specially-curated spread. Expect to find dishes such as Assorted Grilled Lamb, Chicken & Beef Kebab with Creamy Garlic Sauce, Mediterranean-style Grilled Prawn Kebab, Homemade Beef Shawarma with Creamy Chilli-Garlic Sauce, Asian delights such as Nonya Laksa with Prawns, Malay-style Chicken Curry, and more.
Add S$10 more to enjoy additional festive highlights such as Sashimi, Epok Epok, Roasted Beef Rib-eye with Rendang Sauce, Assorted Satay, and more.
Enter the Communal Sets for those who prefer to break fast in the comfort of their homes. At S$120++, choose from two Mediterranean Cuisine Sets that include dishes like Kabsa Saffron Long Grain Rice, Moroccan Braised Lamb Shank with Chickpeas and Dates, Slow-cooked Tunisian Salmon with Lime in Mustard Cream Sauce, ending off with a sweet Pistachio Baklava.
If you’re looking for something local, the third Communal Set will feature a locally-inspired array of dishes including the Bubur Lambuk Daging, Slipper Lobster in Chilli Crab Sauce with Deep-fried Buns, Seafood Mee Goreng, and more. End off your meal with a decadent Durian Pengat with Coconut Milk.
Do note that each Communal Set consists of up to nine dishes and serves four people, and orders are to be made 24 hours in advance.
3. Atrium Restaurant
Annyeonghaseyo! Holiday Inn Atrium Restaurant’s Ramadan buffet is back with its popular Korean food corner. From 2 April 2022 to 1 May 2022, the popular buffet will showcase over 40 dishes, including Iftar favourites such as Beef Rendang, Sambal French Beans, Gado Gado, Kuehs, and a wholesome spread of Korean delights. The dinner spread will only cost S$47++ per adult and S$30++ per child (6 – 12 years old) from Sunday to Thursday, and S$49++ per adult and S$30++ per child on Friday and Saturday.
Wondering what to get from the Korean buffet line? The extensive range goes from top choices such as Tteokbokki, Pajeon and Kimchi Ramen, to stews seen in K-dramas— Ginseng Chicken Soup, Spicy Seafood Stew, and Beef Brisket Soybean Paste Stew, to desserts such as Mango Bingsu and Injeolmi Rice Cake.
Apart from Ramadan specials, perennial favourites such as Fresh Oysters, Salmon Sashimi, Freshly-made Prata, and more will also be on the list.
4. Heavenly Wang
If you’re looking for a reliable choice for comfort grub, Heavenly Wang is your home away from home. With over 30 outlets around the island, this halal-certified establishment has always served up local signatures and new mod-sin inventions.
From 2 April 2022 to 8 May 2022, look forward to Heavenly Wang’s new Flavours of Ramadan promotion which introduces a new dish: the Crusty Crumbs Chicken (from S$8.50 à la carte, from S$11.90 with Pandan Kelapa Milk Set). The dish consists of a slow-cooked chicken topped with a fragrant mix of golden crispy bread crumbs, coconut flakes, and chives, coupled with a cup of creamy pandan kelapa milk.
The Flavours of Ramadan promotion also includes classics like the Mee Rebus with Pandan Kelapa Milk Set (from S$8.50) and Mee Soto with Pandan Kelapa Milk Set (from S$8.80).
Look forward to the Bundle of Three promo consisting of all three dishes and three Pandan Kelapa Milk from S$28. Lazy to head down to their physical stores? Heavenly Wang is also available on major delivery platforms.
5. Spaggie & Mee
New-age mod-sin pasta and noodles concept store, Spaggie & Mee, introduces wholesome comfort food with a twist. And this year isn’t any different. From 2 April 2022 to 8 May 2022, Spaggie & Mee will be launching their Ramadan Special— the Laksa-licious (S$7.20).
Reinventing a traditional bowl of laksa, you can expect springy spaghetti coated with rich and spicy laksa sauce in the colour of a flaming sunset, finished with a squeeze of lime for a tangy twist!
Have a feast this Ramadan with PARKROYAL on Beach Road from 1 April 2022 to 6 May 2022 from S$36++ per pax. Dine at the halal-certified, all-day dining restaurant, Ginger, over a spread of local delights.
Experience magical culinary delights such as the uniquely crafted in-house Ginger “Ramly” Burger, meltingly tender Beef Cheek Masak Merah, irresistible Rock Lobster Mee Siam, the local favourite Durian Pengat, and many more.
Prefer a cosier affair? Fret not. Diners can enjoy the Ramadan Takeaway Set Menu from S$90++. Perfect for five pax, choose from one of the two exceptionally delicious set menu that includes the flavourful Crusted Salmon with Serunding, juicy Beef Cheek Masak Merah, a choice of Coconut Blue Pea Rice or Fragrant Rice, and end it all with the creamy Bubur Cha Cha or D24 Durian Cream Puff.
7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591
+65 3138 1995
7. Ramadan Bazaar by Laloolalang
At long last! As you all may already know, Laloolalang will be holding a physical Ramadan bazaar this year at Kampong Gelam. It’s been a while since we’ve indulged in some sinful street food and filled our camera rolls with photos of twinkling lights and trendy snacks.
The theme for this year’s bazaar hasn’t been announced yet, and neither has the full list of vendors been disclosed, but I’m sure all of us are wiggling in our seats with excitement right now. For now, you can look forward to these five confirmed vendors: Chulop!, Boms & Buns, Broti, KREAM, and T Bob’s Corner Steakhouse.
Craving for burgers? Head on over to the fast-casual, Muslim-owned burger brand, Burgs, where the familiar flavours of Ramadan bazaar come to life. From 2 April 2022 to 2 May 2022, break your fast with their Ramadan specials: Chicken Satay Burger (S$6.80), Roti John Burgs (S$7.50), Cheesy Butter Corn Cup (S$2.50), and Bandung Soda Float (S$5.90)*.
To add to the true spirit of Ramadan, Burgs has also partnered with The Food Bank Singapore and Nur Insan— Singapore’s only free madrasah— to give back to the community by preparing 50 care packs consisting of food essentials to be distributed to low-income families and the less fortunate.
*Only available at 313@Somerset and VivoCity for dine-in.
9. The Malayan Council
No stranger to the Malay food scene is The Malayan Council. With four outlets under their belt and a huge crowd to cater to daily, it’s a mystery how they manage to find time to come up with new dishes!
Whether you’re a lover of their classic menu items or new dishes, The Malayan Council doesn’t disappoint (especially with their specially-curated Ramadan specials). Feast on their Lobster Ambeng (S$74++), Lontong Goreng Kobe (S$42++), Lamb Shank Mee Rebus (S$38++), and Sotong Hitam Linguine (S$38++) with your family; a feast that’ll indefinitely leave with a smile on your face!
Make a reservation at The Malayan Council outlet: Bussorah Street | Dunlop | Winstedt
10. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
Why not change it up this year and opt for an Indonesian spread? From 3 April 2022 to 8 May 2022, be spoiled for choice with an array of Indonesian delights from Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, and feast on dishes like the Udang Bijirin, Rendang Sapi, Ayam Geprek, Sayur Lodeh, and many more from S$38.80++. End it all off with a warm bowl of Sup Buntut or Sup Ayam Bali to complete the Indonesian experience.
If there’s room for more, have a go at their Ikan Bakar or Peha Kaki Kambing for an unforgettable dining experience!
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405 Havelock Road, Level 3, Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633
+65 6739 6463
Daily: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
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