Thursday, 22 December 2011

Halal Tummy Pleasers

Many people have this notion that all things healthy lack flavor. This is not totally true. Lots of restaurants in Singapore prove that healthy foods need not taste bland.

Take for instance Chinese restaurants in Singapore that offer halal dishes. Halal-certified restaurants are good to have, not only when dining out with Muslim friends or colleagues, but for personal benefit, too. It’s reassuring to know that when you’re dining in a place, the foods you are consuming support your overriding goal to live well.

Well, one of the discoveries that my friends and I made in our quest for the best halal restaurants is that they’re actually all over town. Diners just gotta be alert about and hear out tips & recommendations from foodies to find restaurants in Singapore that truly offer foods with wholesome culinary goodness.

A food trip all over the districts noted for different cuisines will unravel halal-certified restaurant options. One of them, the Tang Tea House Hong Kong Café, is one of the first halal dimsum eateries in Singapore. Beat that! This halal café that can be found in Bedok Road serves a good porridge, tasty dimsum, savory chicken rice and noodle dishes plus other tummy pleasers.

I’ve also had several lovely experience of dining with my family in halal restaurants in Tampines and Pasir Ris Close. In Tampines, we dined in a restaurant that serves authentic Italian pizza and delectable chilli crab. In Pasir Ris Close, we enjoyed a sumptuous meal in a food place that served the yummy steamboat dish. The halal food court, coffee shops, or restaurants in Singapore you’re looking for may be just around the corner, so keep your eyes wide open and find it!


  1. never thought that there are good halal muslim food in Tampines. will definitely check these out. i always go to mackenzie rex for the best halal dining experience.

  2. there's another Halal certified resto in Tampines. teh place is called Vivitalia, it's an italian restaurant located in courts megastore. i've tried thier food before and it's all good. their fish and chips are cripsy and flaky.

  3. Tampines is definitely one of the must-visit places if you want halal eats

    @muhammad: VivItalia's a good family dining restaurant that serves great pizza and pasta, too.