Muslims have it a little harder when it comes to finding halal grub here in Singapore. That’s probably why your Muslim mates love crossing the border: so they can dig into halal versions of Tony Romas, Subway, etc., that aren’t certified Halal here on our little red dot.

Lucky for us Muslims, things are changing, with more and more halal options opening up on our shores. From Working Title to Afterwit, Muslims now have a wider array of cuisines to sample from.

The newest addition to this list is Hararu Izakaya. Located at the heart of Kampong Glam, this eatery is Singapore’s 1st Muslim-owned Izakaya.

Hararu Izakaya

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Hararu Izakaya offers up different seating arrangements, depending on the size of your party and personal preference. Grab a seat at the regular table-and-chair seating, the counter, or our personal favourite, the tatami area.

What’s Cooking?

While the à la carte menu at Hararu Izakya is only available during dinnertime, Hararu Izakaya offers up affordable donburi sets for the hungry lunch crowd. All priced under $15, dig into bowls of Salmon Teriyaki or Tori Karaage that will delight your taste buds!

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If you’re looking to indulge in all the dishes Hararu Izakaya has to offer, head down for dinner. The specialties at this halal Japanese spot are the Charcoal Grill and Kushiyaki Skewers.

Pick from a selection of grilled meats like the Unagi Kabyaki and the Hotate Turkey. The sticks are priced from $3.50 to $14.00 and they come in a set of 2–perfect for sharing!

If you’re looking for something a tad more filling, opt for the Beef Nabemono, a Japanese hotpot filled to the brim with beef and vegetables.

Image Credit: Hararu Izakaya

If you’re looking to indulge in some delicious Japanese eats, head to Hararu Izakaya. We recommend making a reservation so you won’t have to fight the dinner crowd to get a table!

Hararu Izakaya
Address: 16 Bussorah Street S199437
Contact no.: 6291 5373
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5pm – 10pm

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(Top Image Credit: Hararu Izakaya)

 
 
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