5 Halal-Certified Places to Eat This Ramadan

It’s Ramadan, and you have been having cravings the entire day, but when it is finally time to break fast, you can’t find a good halal restaurant to dine at. No worries! We have found 5 Halal-certified places that are worth your time and money for you to break fast this Ramadan!

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1. BURGS by Project Warung

Photo Credits: Miss Tam Chiak

Everybody’s been buzzing about this new halal restaurant which serves scrumptious burgers at affordable prices. From Teriyaki Chicken Burger to Fish and Chips Burger, with fries on the side, it’s hard to believe that you can get them for just under $7! Definitely worth a try!

Address
505 Beach Road
#B1-24 
Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 1995832

Opening Hours
Closed on Mondays
Tue-Sun- 11am-1:30pm; 5pm-6:30pm

2. Lean Bento


On a diet but feeling sick and tired of eating just greens? These bento bowls available at Lean Bento allows you to match all of your greens with a selection of meats such as Honey Mustard Chicken or Shoyu Salmon. The menu also states the calorie count for each meal so that you can make an informed decision of your food choice. This all-inclusive place is not only halal-certified, it’s nutritious and flavourful too. Your dieting won’t have to be painful afterall!

Address
43 Holland Drive
#01-49
Singapore 2700433

Opening Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:30am-6pm
Sat & Sun: 10am-6pm

3. Classified Cafe

Photo Credits: Musings by Rachel

Eggs on Clouds is the breakfast meal everyone’s been buzzing about! This latest food trend is apparently both healthy and delicious. Luckily, Classified Café here in Singapore has picked up on this trend for us locals to try! So if you haven’t tried it, it’s time to make your way down to the only Singapore café which sells this (so far) to get a taste of this heavenly goodness.

Address
101 Jalan Sultan
#01-01
Singapore 199002

Opening Hours
Mon-Sun: 11am-6pm

4. Cinnamoroll Cafe

This delightful pop-up store from Japan is sure to put a smile on your face! This is the first halal-certified Japanese-French fusion cafe in Singapore to mark the Sanrio character’s 15th anniversary. You get to try many adorable-looking food items and drinks, including these charming desserts! This amazingly cute Cinammon roll cafe is both great for the ‘gram and your tummy. It will only be around till 13th August so be sure to try this before it’s too late!

Address
8 Jalan Klapa
Singapore 199320

Opening Hours
Closed on Mondays
Tue-Fri, Sun: 12:00pm – 9:30pm
Sat: 12:00pm – 10.30pm

5. Fix Cafe

Want to get your cafe food fix? Then head down to FIX cafe which will fix all your intolerable cravings for pasta, burgers and all things salted egg. Located by the swimming pool at Home Team NS, this place is not only good for chilling with your family or friends, it’s also really affordable!

Address
31 Ah Hood Road
#01-06 HomeTeamNS-JOM Clubhouse
Singapore 329979

Opening Hours
Mon-Sun: 9:30am-10:30pm