Wedang


halal
Halal Muslim Owned

Type
Stall

Cuisine
Malay

Wedang is an Indonesian term for 'drink', but in the local context of Singapore (particularly Singaporean Javanese), it's used to refer to tea breaks or coffee time. It's a word that's used to encourage people to take a breather and enjoy some food and drinks.

Wedang was the only Muslim-owned Halal hawker stall which was listed under the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016 Guide. 

Outlets

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  • Satay

    Satay

    by halaltag at Wedang

    Credit: IG @gregoryleow

  • Soto Campur

    Soto Campur

    by halaltag at Wedang

    Literally means "Mixed Soto". It's rice cake with begedel and chicken strips, liver and tripes. $5

  • Gado Gado

    Gado Gado

    by halaltag at Wedang

    This gado gado, which uses only fresh tofu, caught the attention of Michelin inspectors in 2016. Credit: https://guide.michelin.sg/en/behind-the-bib-wedang