Halal Food

Islam is not a race as Muslims comes from all types of races. Malay is the predominant race for Muslims in Singapore. There are many Muslims from other races too such as Chinese, Indian, Arab, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, English, French, American and African. Therefore, the halal food cuisines which are Muslim-owned are not restricted by race.

In addition, Singapore celebrates diversity. More and more non-Muslim cafes and restaurants have certified their eateries to be halal-certified by the MUIS who is the local halal certifying body in Singapore. Such halal eateries can be enjoyed by both Muslims and non-Muslim friends. To help finding halal food easier, Halal Tag has listed the eateries categorised by food. Hope this will help Singaporeans and tourist in Singapore to find halal food easier.

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  • AppamAppam
    Appam is a South Indian pancake dish made from fermented rice batter and coconut milk.
  • Asam LaksaAsam Laksa
    Asam Laksa is a sour, fish and tamarind-based soup.
  • Asam PedasAsam Pedas
    Asam Pedas is a classic Malay dish which literally means “sour spicy.
  • Ayam MasalaAyam Masala
    Ayam Masala or Chicken Masala is a dish consisting of roasted marinated chicken chunks in creamy curry sauce.
  • Ayam PenyetAyam Penyet
    Ayam penyet (smashed fried chicken) is an Indonesian fried chicken dish consisting of fried chicken that is smashed.
  • Ayam PercikAyam Percik
    Ayam Percik is grilled chicken marinated with various spices and served with a creamy coconut sauce.
  • Ayam TaliwangAyam Taliwang
    Ayam Taliwang is a traditional dish of Indonesia, originally from Lombok.
  • Bak Kut TehBak Kut Teh
    The name of this traditional broth-based dish translates literally as "meat bone tea".
  • Baked PastaBaked Pasta
    Baked pasta is an all-American pasta dish that consists of pasta covered in a tomato sauce, which is topped with cheese and then baked in the oven.
  • Baked RiceBaked Rice
    Baked rice is an adaptation of the all-American pasta dish which uses rice instead of pasta.
  • BakmiBakmi
    Bakmi is an Indonesian dish with noodles, topped with minced meat, usually chicken or beef.
  • Basil RiceBasil Rice
    Basil rice is rice cooked in a light broth with the essence of fresh basil.
  • Bibimbap Bibimbap
    Bibimbap is a Korean dish which literally means "mixed rice".
  • BingsuBingsu
    Bingsu, literally means "shaved ice", is a popular Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings that may include chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup and varieties of ingredient.