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Craving for some good food, but you or your friends are Muslim? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. With this list of best hidden Halal food places, you or your Muslim friends will never feel left out!

1. Fix Cafe

Craving for some Mexican Halal foodFix brings the country of chocolate and corn to you.

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Credit: thesmartlocal

Located near a pool, this cafe exudes a relaxed vibe for you to kick back, relax and enjoy your food. You can always pretend that you’re in Los Cabos.

Take your pick from a menu that caters for just about any meal: think coffee, main courses, sides, and desserts.

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 Mexican Food
Try: Beef Chilli Cheese Fries, Chicken Drumlets (Comes with sour cream sauce. Yum!), Prawn and Lime Fajitas, Donuts with salted egg drip
Come here if: You want to get your Mexican food fixed (Get it?).
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 31 Ah Hood Rd #01-06 HomeTeam NS-JOM Clubhouse Singapore 329979
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm daily. (Kitchen closes 3-530pm on weekdays)
Facebook here

2. Jinjja Chicken

Think fast food with a unique Asian twist and you have Jinjja chicken.

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This casual restaurant was inspired by South Korea’s rich street food culture, its love for fried chicken and its ‘pali-pali’ (A Korean expression to mean hurry) culture of speed.

Aiming to create and define itself as ‘The Authentic Asian Fast Food Joint”, Jinjja Chicken is an affordable place for just about anyone who loves Korean food.

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Jinjja Chicken
Korean food
Try: Jinjja Chicken (It’s ‘jinjja’ good), Tteokbokki Fries, Shaved Milk Bingsu
Come here if: You’re craving Korean food and k-pop (MVs are played round the clock)
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 249 Victoria Street (Bugis Village), Singapore 188032
Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday (11am till 10pm) , Friday-Saturday (11am – 11.30pm)
Facebook here

3. Hyde and Co.

If you can’t decide between two cravings (western or local), Hyde and Co. is your place.

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Hyde and Co. mixes some of our favourite dishes to create a harmony of flavours- its aim being to create food inspired by old world British charm with a modern twist.

If you’re a fan of coffee and tea, it wouldn’t harm to check this place out. Their extensive tea and coffee selection will make you giddy.

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Hyde & Co.
Fusion Cuisine
Try: Nasi Lemak Risotto, Hyde Specials (Rotated regularly), Ondeh Ondeh French Toast
Come here if: You want creatively named specials (Think Prince of Egypt and The Addams Family) and cute chefs
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 785 North Bridge Road Singapore 198753
Opening Hours: Monday (12pm till 6pm), Wednesday to Friday (12pm till 10pm), Saturday (11am till 10pm), Sunday (11am till 6pm), Closed on Tuesdays
Facebook here

4. I am Cafe 

Posing for your OOTDs and shopping till you drop can take up a lot of energy. Fuel up at I am Cafe.

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A popular cafe located in Haji Lane (AKA Hipster Heaven), I am Cafe is the go to place for those who want an authentic cafe experience.

Take a look around the cafe and you’ll notice a wall with a photo of bicycles; that’s because I am Cafe was inspired by Amsterdam!

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I am Cafe
Western Food
Try: Charcoal Grilled Beef Burger, Fish ‘N’ Chips, Rainbow Cake
Come here if: You want to enjoy the sights and sounds of Haji Lane and alfresco dining
This place is: Muslim Owned
Address: 674 North Bridge Road, junction of North Bridge Road and Haji Lane
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday (11.30am till 11pm), Friday and Saturday (11.30am till 1am), Sunday (11.30am till 10pm). Closed on first and third Mondays of the month.

5. Kowloon Express

All your favourite Hong Kong dishes in one place.

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This is a great place for those who love Hong Kong fare as it is one of the rare Halal food places that serves popular dishes like Har Kow and Custard buns.

Its custard buns are filled with so much custard that a caution sign was put up on the walls of the restaurant.

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Kowloon Express
Dim Sum, Noodles, Congee, Meat Dishes
Try: Duck Rice, Salted Egg Fish Skin, Dim Sum (Har Kow, Chilli Crab Pau, Charcoal Golden Sand Pau), Salt Pepper Roast Chicken, Cereal Prawn
Come here if: You’re craving Cantonese inspired chow
This place is: Muslim owned and Halal Certified.
Address: 321 Clementi Mall, Eng Wah Cinema, Clementi Ave 3 #01-01
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm daily
Facebook here

6. Paddington House of Pancakes

Tired of sweet pancakes? Try some savoury ones at Paddington House of Pancakes!

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Dedicated to serving up not only value for money food, but healthy options as well, Padding House of Pancakes takes their craft seriously.

They’ve sampled pancakes from around the world (America, China, France, Russia and even Czech Republic just to name a few) in order to not only make better pancakes, but to also bring the tastes of these countries to you.

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Padding House of Pancakes
 Fusion Cusine
Try: Pancake Double Decker Burger, The Brussels, NICE (Yes, that’s the name), Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Jam Crepe Roll with Ice Cream (Sounds like a mouthful? It is.)
Come here if: You like your food sweet and savory, a halal alternative to Strictly Pancakes
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 180 Kitchener Rd, #02-35/36 City Square Mall, City Square Mall, 208539
Opening Hours: 11AM–9PM
Website here

7. Fika

Because we know how much everyone loves Swedish meatballs.

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Meaning ‘Take a break from work’, Fika is exactly what you need after a long day slogging over your desk.

If you’ve always wanted to try Swedish food and you’re looking for another alternative (You know what we mean) for the much loved meatballs, you’ll definitely want to come here.

 Swedish food
Try: Swedish Meat Balls, Panbiff, Macaroni Stew with Sausages
Come here if: You want to try authentic Swedish food (The owner’s husband is from Sweden!)
This place is: Muslim owned and Halal Certified
Address: 257 Beach Road (Corner of Arab Street and Beach Road), 9 Raffles Boulevard (Millenia Walk), 11 Tanjong Katong Road (OneKM)
Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday and PH: 11am-10pm, last order is 9.15pm (kitchen only), Friday-Saturday: 11am-11pm, last order is 10.15pm (kitchen only), Eve of public Holiday: 11am-11pm, last order is 10.15pm (kitchen only)
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8. Badoque

Your heart will go badoque-badoque!

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If you want a place that always surprises, come to Badoque. The cafe constantly serves up new dishes that will tickle your taste buds! Whether you’re in the mood for some indoor or alfresco dining, Badoque has the option of both.

Try: Beef Ribs, Fried Breaded Oysters, Squid Ink Risotto
Come here if: Steak, you want to try ‘Mermaid Tears’ (It’s a legit dish!)
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 246 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370
Opening Hours: Tues – Thur, Sat & Sun 12pm till 10pm. Fridays : 2pm till 10pm
Facebook here

9. The Lab

If you’re a fan of cakes, pastas and everything science, visit The Lab.

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Though it sounds like the next Halloween Horror Nights haunted house, The Lab is far from that.

With syringes, flasks and all sorts of science-ish stuff, The Lab is indeed a unique dining experience. Check out their galaxy cakes – they’re out of this world.

The Lab
 Western Food
Try: The Lab Drumlets, Heisenberger, Chocolate Midnight Snack
Come here if: You secretly want to be a scientist, you want to inject stuff in your food
This place is: Muslim owned
Address: 1 Jalan Pisang, #01-01, Singapore 199069
Reservations (only for 6-15 pax): + 65 6299 5681
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 1230pm to 10pm (last kitchen order 915pm), Sundays: 1pm to 930pm (last kitchen order 845pm)
Facebook here

10. My Secret Hideout Peachy’s

If big portions are what you’re after, look no further, because My Secret Hideout Peachy’s is here.

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Raved about for their value for money portions, Peachy’s guarantees that you leave with a full stomach.

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My Secret Hideout Peachy’s
 Western Food
Try: Buffalo Wings, Cheesy Fish & Chips, Chicken Chop
Come here if: You want cheap food with huge portions
This place is: Muslim Owned and Halal Certified
Address: 803A North Bridge Road Singapore 198771
Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm to 1030pm (last order 1030pm)
Facebook here

11. The Ramen Stall

A Halal food option for all ramen lovers. Yay!

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If you’ve always wanted to try ramen, this is your time. The Ramen Stall is a rare gem as it is halal certified. Remember to slurp loudly!

The Ramen Stall
 Japanese Food
Try: Volcano Ramen, Chicken Cha-Su Ramen
Come here if: You want ramen. Obviously.
This place is: Halal Certified
Address: 787 North Bridge Road Singapore 198755
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 5pm to 6am, Sat, Sun, PH: 12pm to 6am
Website here

So, get your bibs ready, round up some friends and family and have a jolly good time eating!

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