All the meat you can eat.
We know that Singapore is not short of Halal food. If you’re in the mood for a meaty meal, here are some of the best places for your meat cravings.
Source: Nando’s Facebook page
What’s not to love a whole juicy piece of chicken shared among friends and family? Famous for their PERi-PERi flame-grilled chicken, Nando’s also serves up chicken in wraps and pita.
They may be better known for their cakes and desserts but this café’s best kept secret (maybe not anymore now) is its chicken cordon bleu. Nothing quite like it.
Source: Le Steak by Chef Amri’s Facebook page
This steakhouse should definitely be on every meat lover’s To Go list, with its offering of Wagyu ribeye, teriyaki chicken, sirloin steak with black pepper sauce, lamb rack, ribeye steak, and many more. Yum.
Who doesn’t like an all-you-can-eat buffet? With their signature Korean marinated meat which you get to grill yourself. If you’ve never had coffee-flavoured chicken, this is your chance.
Possibly the only restaurant serving Halal Latin American food in Singapore, you can choose beef or chicken for your quesadillas, burrito and fajitas. ¡Sabroso!
Source: Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro’s Facebook page
Halal Swedish meatballs. Those three words should be a good enough reason for you to visit. As the name suggests, this is a good place for some good Swede dishes you’ve never heard of (and probably can’t pronounce).
Source: Spize @ River Valley’s Facebook page
Granted, Spize has a lot of delicious food options besides meat (pasta, burgers, seafood, local food and such) but the sight of their bangers & mash makes it almost impossible not to include it in this list.
If you’re having a barberque or looking to order a large quantity of meat, this website has everything you need. They have a great selection of Halal meat from lamb, beef, chicken, turkey, sausages (like beef cabanossi sausage and beef chorizo) and cold cuts (turkey bacon strips, beef bacon with pepper, beef salami, beef pepperoni, turkey and beef pastarami). Their BBQ packages also make it a breeze to plan for food for your party.
Looking for more variety in your meal besides meat? Check out the complete list of Halal-certified eating establishments in Singapore here.
By Muneerah Bee, March 2016