The 10 most beautiful halal restaurants in Singapore

We’ve rounded up the spots where the interiors are as spectacular as the food.

From romantic florals to a mansion fit for royalty and lots of pastel banquettes, these are the most beautiful halal restaurants in Singapore right now.

Ginger
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1. Ginger

The tropical-themed wallpaper that wraps around the walls in Ginger is an unexpected element in a buffet restaurant. But as you look around, you’ll notice other natural elements like rattan ceiling fans, handmade stone tiles, and timber flooring — it’s giving us Bali vibes and we’re living for it. The soft pastel hues of pinks and greens also make Ginger the perfect backdrop for an Instagram selfie — come on, we know you want to.

Address: 7500 Beach Road, PARKROYAL on Beach Road, Singapore 199591
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: panpacific.com

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Permata Singapore
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2. Permata Singapore

Set inside the stunning Gedung Kuning (meaning ‘Yellow Mansion’) in the historic Kampong Gelam district, this iconic building was originally built for a bendahara or prime minister. With its tasteful use of the royal colour yellow, twinkling chandeliers and expansive dining area, the restaurant is equally gorgeous day or night. The progressive Nusantara menu is also date-night perfect – go for a Kerabu salad and Asam Pedas Mussels followed by a Rawon Risotto.

Address: 73 Sultan Gate, Gedung Kuning, Singapore 198497
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: gedungkuning.sg/permata

The Halia
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3. The Halia

Step inside (or outside) this intimate restaurant within Singapore Botanic Gardens and you will be welcomed by romantic lush greenery begging for celebratory brunches and long leisurely summer dinners. Decades-old majestic palm trees stand like sentries for the perfect backdrop to a modern European-Asian meal, or just a glass of home-brewed refreshing quencher and one of their must-have Sticky Toffee Pudding.

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Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden, Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: thehalia.com

Sofra in Marina Square
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4. Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

The views from the terrace of the new Sofra (they relocated in 2021) are widescreen panoramas of the Esplanade, with the Central Business District skyline glittering in the background. But the interiors will beg you to sit inside, thanks to Turkish-style blue-and-white tiled flooring, wooden dining chairs and eclectic hanging lamps.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-129A Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: sofra.sg

The Fabulous Baker Boy
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5. The Fabulous Baker Boy

The cake stands on shelves at The Fabulous Baker Boy’s Aliwal St location has gained a life of their own on social media, and yes, the cakes themselves are just as charming. Settle in at a wooden table for one of the bakery cafe’s freshly baked pastries and admire the small, thoughtful details of the space: the natural sunlight spilling into the interior, the saliva-inducing pastry case, the pink neon sign of a birthday cake and, of course, the cake stands.

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Address: 28 Aliwal Street #01-01 Aliwal Arts Center, Singapore 199918
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: thefabulousbakerboy.com

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Peppermint
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6. Peppermint

Neo-futurist American architect John Portman is behind the iconic cinematic structure of the former Marina Mandarin Singapore, but a S$45 million transformation has dramatically updated current hotel PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay including its halal restaurant Peppermint. Inside, all is plush, warm and softly lit by recessed lighting and natural sunlight filtering through the atrium’s skylight.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: panpacific.com

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Citrus By The Pool
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7. Citrus By The Pool

Located inside Woodlands Swimming Complex, Citrus By The Pool has the distinction of possibly being the only halal restaurant in Singapore next to a swimming pool. Bright neon lights serve as the grounding inspiration for the wall decoration, while the booth seats by the windows offer prime spots for late night Riverdale-esque dates (they’re open till 5am!) over heavy hitters like Fried Chicken & Waffle and the BIG Boss Burger.

Address: 3 Woodlands Street 13, #03-3A Woodlands Swimming Complex, Singapore 738600
Halal Status: MUIS Halal-certified
Website: citrusbythepool.com

La Fez (Daniel Food Diary)
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8. La Fez

The sort of place Elle Woods would visit, this Siglap gem is known for its pastel pink walls adorned with gold accents and rattan chairs with diners tucking into fig tarts or Mandi Rice. Don’t leave without grabbing a Strawberry Panna Cotta (which matches the walls) at the pastry bar. And take as many selfies as you want here, we won’t judge you.

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Address: 907 East Coast Rd, Singapore 459107
Halal Status: Muslim-owned
Website: wearelafez.com

The Great Mischief booth seat by the window
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9. The Great Mischief

Recently re-opened, this Catalan-influenced restaurant in National Gallery Singapore is as well known for its brunch menu as its coveted booth seats overlooking the Padang. The airy, pastel-hued environs is a counterpoint to the preserved neoclassical exterior of the historical building. Order a mocktail and settle in for unexpected twists on traditional Catalan dishes.

Address: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, #01-17, Singapore 178957
Halal Status: Muslim-owned
Website: thegreatmischief.sg

The Bravery
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10. The Bravery

A stark departure from its grungy beginnings in Jln Besar, The Bravery’s latest home is a minimalist, Japandi dream fit into a two-storey colonial shophouse. With its original timber rafters, playful bankette seating and warm, glowing lighting, this café is the perfect spot for a chic business lunch or cosy weekend brunch – don’t miss the house-made pastries and our personal favourite: Lavender Latte.

Address: 50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876
Halal Status: Muslim-owned
Website: thebravery.sg



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