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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  • RamenRamen
    Ramen is a Japanese dish consisting of wheat noodles served in a meat or (occasionally) fish-based broth, often flavoured with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced meat, dried seaweed and green onions.
  • Ramly BurgerRamly Burger
    Ramly Burger is made using either beef or chicken patty with lots of sauces such as mayonnaise, chilli, pepper and/or other spices. These are then wrapped in a thin layer of egg.
  • Ribs (Beef Ribs, Lamb Ribs)Ribs (Beef Ribs, Lamb Ribs)
    Beef ribs or short ribs are a cut of beef taken from the brisket, chuck, plate, or rib areas of beef cattle.
  • Roti BoyanRoti Boyan
    Roti Boyan is a popular snack made with flaky pastry and stuffed with mashed potato.
  • Roti KiraiRoti Kirai
    Roti Kirai is also known as Roti Jala, literally meaning "lace bread".
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