The best Halal-certified restaurants in Singapore you must try

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Buffet Town

Teppanyaki station. (PHOTO: Buffet Town)
Teppanyaki station. (PHOTO: Buffet Town)

Located in the heart of Singapore at #B1-44E Raffles City, Buffet Town is another buffet destination in town where diners can experience family-friendly buffet dining. Boasting a large seating capacity of 300, round up family members to join the Christmas and New Year festivities.

With a vast international buffet spread, diners can look forward to relishing a variety of delicious food served à la carte style such as seafood, sushi & sashimi, Japanese Teppan & Robatayaki, western, local delights and desserts.

Restaurant Aishah

Restaurant Aisyah 西北香 at 176 Telok Ayer officially opened during Circuit Breaker and continued to attract fans from all walks of life because of their la mian noodles. The management aims to bring the authentic taste of XinJiang, the largest Muslim province in China to Singapore, by introducing its braised mutton noodles and skewers.

The Dim Sum Place

Where best to enjoy Cantonese cuisine but at The Dim Sum Place, which is located at 791 North Bridge Road? Their menu includes delicious and affordable dim sum delights, as well as noodles, seafood, roast meat and desserts. Alongside their famous xiao long bao and baskets of siew mai, you can also order beef rendang, Indonesian curry and garlic egg fried rice.

A&W Restaurants

It brings back fond childhood memories just thinking about A&W float and curly fries. Today (11 November), A&W Restaurants Singapore announced on their Facebook page that both its outlets in Jewel Changi Airport and AMK Hub are officially certified Halal by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS).

“This Halal certification guarantee & assures that all our products, preparation method and source of ingredients are in compliance with the Islamic doctrine,” the post added.

Birthday parties with social distancing, anyone?

Poulet

Poulet, which means chicken in French, has many outlets in high-traffic malls like ION Orchard, VivoCity, Kallang Wave Mall. The contemporary bistro recently received its Halal certification, thus expanding to the Muslim community as a whole.

Their signature staples include roast chicken with cranberry sauce, chunky chicken pot pie, mixed seafood pasta and more. Indulge in their coolers such as homemade Brazillian lemonade and lychee flower juice to cool down.

The Malayan Council

(PHOTO: The Malayan Council)
(PHOTO: The Malayan Council)

Located in one of the oldest heritage areas, The Malayan Council is a restaurant where the west meets Malaya. The restaurant offers a variety of Malay dishes bearing Western influences such as Lemak Chili Padi, Asam Pedas, Soup Tulang, and Masak Merah. Combining the restaurant's traditional recipes with high-end ingredients such as King Prawns, Scallops, Soft Shell Crabs and Angus Rib-eye, result in exquisite dishes.

You may make reservations to dine at either their restaurant located on Windstedt Road or Bussorah Street. The Malayan Council also offers home delivery service, from 11am onwards, and free delivery comes with a minimum purchase of S$60 and above.

Tel: 90024414

Royz Et Vous

Royz Et Vous is a Halal restaurant and cafe which opened in July 2014 in the CBD area. Their place is known for its cosy ambience with big and scrumptious Western offerings.

Some of their popular dishes include crab croissant (S$20.90) buffalo wings, eggs Benedict (S$19.90) and smoked duck. Don’t forget to try their cold brew coffee (S$8) made from freshly roasted beans.

Tel: Telok Ayer (6293 0270); Sultan Gate (6291 7153)

Indo Chilli

This family-run restaurant offers Indonesian cuisines that are orchestrated from traditional Indonesian recipes and infused by fresh spices.

Their extensive menu include sate ayam Madura (S$12.80), gado gado Ulek (S$12.80), lontong (S$13.80) and nasi Timbel (S$15.80).

They have two outlets located at Zion Road (Tel: 6445 1766​) and Guoco Tower at Tanjong Pagar (Tel: 6386 6427).

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