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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  • Tahu GorengTahu Goreng
    Tahu Goreng literally means Fried Tofu.
  • TartTart
    Tart typically refers to a type of pastry or dessert that is made with a crust or shell made from flour, butter, and sometimes sugar, filled with a sweet or savoury filling such as fruit, custard, or cheese.
  • Tauhuay
    Tauhuay is a Chinese tofu pudding made of soy curd with sugar syrup.
  • TeppanyakiTeppanyaki
    Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food.
  • Tom YumTom Yum
    Tom Yum is a popular hot and sour soup that originated in Thailand.
  • TomahawkTomahawk
    The tomahawk steak, also known as a bone-in ribeye or tomahawk chop, is a well marbled, rich and buttery big, thick ribeye with a long bone still attached.
  • Truffle FriesTruffle Fries
    Truffle fries are typically prepared by tossing the fries in truffle oil and then sprinkling them with grated Parmesan cheese and chopped fresh herbs, such as parsley or thyme.
  • Tteokbokki Tteokbokki
    Tteokbokki or stir-fried rice cakes is a popular Korean food made from small-sized garae-tteok (long, white, cylinder-shaped rice cakes) called tteokmyeon (떡면; "rice cake noodles") or commonly tteokbokki-tteok (떡볶이 떡; "tteokbokki rice cakes").