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Cheap Halal Restaurants in Singapore

In recent years, many trendy cafes and bakeries have emerged in Singapore, which are run by young people.  Good news for all of us, many of whom are Muslim owners.  

So even though they don't have a halal certificate, the food ingredients they use are all halal.  Some of these trendy and halal cafes are concentrated in the Bugis area, also known as the Arab Quarter or Kampong Glam.

The Bugis area, between the Bugis MRT and Lavender MRT stations, is indeed the main choice as a base camp for Muslim travelers.  Here it is easy to find halal restaurants, cafes, and bakeries.  Two halal restaurant choices for large meals (eating rice) are Zam-Zam and Hjh Maimunah.  Zam-Zam is located at 679 North Bridge Rd, directly opposite the Sultan Mosque.

This restaurant serves Indian cuisine.  Try the murtabak, which is famous for being very tasty.  While the Hjh Maimunah restaurant is one of the halal restaurants that gets a Michelin Star (a rating for a good restaurant).  This restaurant is on Jalan Pisang, two alleys from Zam-Zam.  The type of cuisine is Malay and Indonesian, we can choose our own vegetables and side dishes like at warteg :)

If you don't want to eat rice, just want to snack or hang out for beautiful coffee while taking pictures for Instagram, try stopping by at some of these halal cafes.  These five halal cafes and bakeries around Kampong Glam are very easy to find.

1. I AM...

 Halal: Muslim Owner

 Location: 674 North Bridge Road

 Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 11:30 - 23:00, Friday and Saturday 11:30 - 01:00, Sunday 11:30 - 22:00


 - Charcoal-grilled Beef Burger $13.90

 - Fish and Chips $15.90

 - Rainbow Mille Crepe Cake

 Instagram: @iamathajilane

2. The Mad Sailors

 Halal: Muslim Owner

 Location: 24 Haji Lane

 Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday 12.00 - 22.00, Friday and Saturday 12.00 - 23.00


 - Cafe Latte/Cappuccino/Flat White $5

 - Marmite Honey Wings $9 — Fish and Chips $18-20

 - Lemon Tartar Angler Sarnies $20


 Instagram: @themadsailors


 Halal: MUIS Certificate

 Location: 257 Beach Road (the intersection of Arab Street and Beach Road)

 Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday 11.00 - 22.00, Friday - Saturday 11.00 - 23.00


 -Swedish Meatballs $19.90

 -Pasta Bake $17.50

 -Kids set menu $10.90

 -Lunch set menu $19.90


 Instagram: @fikacafesg

4. The Lab

 Halal: Muslim Owner

 Location: 1 Banana Street

 Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 12.30 - 22.00, Sunday 13.00 - 21.30


 - Terefrank Buffalo Wings $8.90

 - Aglio Olio Pasta $12

 - Heisenberger (Beef burger served with sweet potato fries) $17

 Instagram: @the_lab_sg

It's a jolly happy kinda Monday!coz it's still the holidays!  Yay!  Get together with family and friends at #thelabsg for a good meal and a fun banter!  We are open as usual from 12noon till 10pm.. See ya!

5. Fluff Bakery

 Halal: Muslim Owner

 Location: 4 Banana Street

 Opening hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12.00 - 19.30 or until sold out.

 Menu: Cupcakes $4 (cupcakes vary, menu changes weekly)

 Instagram: @fluffbakery

Fluff, which is located opposite the Hjh Maimunah restaurant, is not a cafe, but a small cake shop.  So you can't eat on the spot, the cup cake is to take home.  I think the cup cake is really delicious.  The bread is soft, moist, and the taste choices are okay.  I tried the salted caramel, it's delicious, it's really nice to bite a little bit so it's not too sweet, because the caramel melts from the cake.  The taste of the duo precils was delicious too, I had a little time to taste it.  It's not in vain to spend $4 for a cupcake.  Try to follow his Instagram to know the promos.

How about it, do you want to try it?  Take notes first for recommendations if you want to hang out at a halal cafe.  But if your budget is limited, you can go to a more populist cafe.  At 17 Bussorah St there is Kampong Glam Cafe which is cheap.  This traditional cafe that is always busy is open from 8.00 am - 02.00 am.  If you are tired of walking or shopping in the Bugis area, you can stop here for a while to drink teh Tarik and snack on fried tofu.  Not even $5 :)

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