Updated: Aug 25
Seeking Halal options in Chinatown? Join us for a fascinating food adventure that's all about taste and stories.
Attention, Halal food seekers! Struggling to find decent halal food in the heart of Chinatown? Join us as we unearth the best Halal eateries and explore the vibrant culinary scene in this bustling district.
Maxwell Hawker Center
1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184
Opens: Mon - Sun 8:00am - 2:00pm
Let's begin our uproarious adventure with @x3rai, another local foodie, as he embarks on a Halal food expedition at Maxwell Hawker. @x3rai excitedly shared, "Went to find halal food at Maxwell Hawker, and there are a handful side by side here (probably like 3 lol)." He discovered a world of flavours within the small selection and couldn't resist the temptation of Mee Rebus from The Green Leaf stall. But the real showstopper was his addition of a mouthwatering chicken cutlet, declaring, "Mee Rebus + chicken is really bombs."
Amoy Street Food Center
7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069111
Opens: Mon - Sun 6:30am - 9:00pm
Now, let's dive into @nasha 's delightful discovery at Amoy Street Food Center. With her infectious enthusiasm, @nasha exclaimed, "Dinner Halal Nasi Ayam Shiok at Amoy Street Food Center," revealing her gem of a find, "Got good halal food here at Amoy Street Food Center Level 1. The food costs $5!" With @nasha 's flair, this hidden culinary haven may not be a must-try, but more of a do-try for anyone seeking Halal cuisine in Chinatown.
Now, let's indulge in @faezlatiff's comical food adventure at Amoy Food Centre. His captivating tale began with the irresistible Jumbo Ayam Penyet from Waroeng Upnormal for just $6.50! The delicious and filling dish left him in a food coma. Despite arriving at 2 pm, @faezlatiff luckily managed to grab the LAST chendol for $2.50, a sweet ending to his Halal feast. He insisted, "COME TRY it's really good." Don't miss out on @faezlatiff's food escapade; it's a culinary ride like no other!
The Bravery Cafe
50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876
Opens: Mon - Thu 9:00am - 5:00pm | Fri - Sun 9:00am - 9:30pm
Ready for more halal food? Let's uncover Chinatown's non-Hawker Halal eateries! From Amoy Street Food Center to The Bravery Cafe, get ready to satisfy your cravings with a halal twist. At The Bravery Cafe, they offer the classic cafe options from All Day Brekkie to mains such as Wagyu Pichanha. If you’re thinking of travelling to France for some halal pasta, why bother when you can have a taste of that by ordering their Seafood Bechamel Cream Pasta. If you’re brave enough, you can even order the Bravery Specials such as Kopi Bandung or Dirty Matcha Affogato.
Royz Et Vous
137 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 068602
Opens: Mon - Fri 11:00am - 10:00pm | Sat & Sun 12:00pm - 10:00pm | Cafe is closed 4:00pm - 5:00pm daily
Indulge your taste buds and tickle your funny bone at Royz Et Vous, a Halal cafe on Telok Ayer Street. This hotspot offers delightful coffee pick-me-ups and treats. An ideal spot for those seeking a dose of humor with their Halal delights. Royz Et Vous is a 100% Muslim-owned restaurant which aims to serve their customers with the most delicious Halal western cuisine. The atas cafe also specialises in Cold Brew coffee, which is served chilled at $8.00 each. This is a place for those with thick wallets, looking for a luxurious halal time.
133 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059413
Opens: Mon - Sun 10:00am - 10:00pm
If you are feeling basic, Chinatown Point also presents more standard options like McDonald’s, KFC and Subway. There are also other non-standard options such as Segar Restaurant, Wok Hey Chinatown Point, and Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles, catering to discerning palates.
That's a wrap on this lip-smacking Chinatown Halal Food Guide! If you spot any more delicious hidden halal gems in the midst of Chinatown, post about it and add to this list to help a fellow halal food seeker out.
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