Halal Restaurants In Singapore
Finding a restaurant to celebrate an anniversary or someone’s sweet 21 may feel daunting, especially with the plethora of halal food places in Singapore. Fret not, as we have curated a list of places that aren’t your regular dinner spots. From Thai hot pot to hotel buffets, here are 17 halal restaurants for you to check out for your next special occasion.
1. The Dim Sum Place
If your partner or family enjoys having a variety of food options, head down to The Dim Sum Place. This is not your run-of-the-mill dim sum restaurant, as The Dim Sum Place sells innovative and unique items such as the Vermicelli Roll with Beef Rendang ($8.90++), Baked Wasabi Buns ($3.90++) and more.
The former is said to be packed with chunks of robust beef rendang, wrapped in silky chee cheong fun skin. If beef isn’t your go-to protein, this dish also comes in lamb and chicken options. The baked wasabi buns, on the other hand, are bite-sized man tou with a generous smear of wasabi on top. Another item that stands out is the TDSP Cheese Tarts ($4.90): made with fresh cream, cream cheese, mozzarella chunks, and pistachio bits.
If you don’t feel like sharing, The Dim Sum Place also offers mains such as Congee with Sliced Fish ($8.90++), Wonton Noodle ($7.90++) and many more.
Read our review on The Dim Sum Place!
Located in Jewel Changi Airport, Commons is an open concept restaurant serving a slew of Western-Asian fusion items without breaking the bank.
If you are out for a group celebration, go for The Meat Feast ($65++).