10 Halal Restaurants in Sentosa To Satisfy Your Cravings!
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 Halal Restaurants in Sentosa

1. Thaksin Beef Noodles
2. Oasis Spice Café
3. Harbourfront Centre
4. Malaysian Food Street
Streats Asian Café
6. Kazbar
7. Positano Risto
8. Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill
9. IndoChili
10. Marmaris Restaurant

The halal restaurants in Sentosa Island make your Sentosa staycation a million times better. They let you try a wide range of local delights and western favorites, all made from halal meat. The Oasis Spice Café for instance offers you the most delicious middle-eastern food that has the right amount of spiciness. But, if you are craving for some authentic Chinese but need all of it to be halal then Sentosa Island has the Streats Asian Café for you. Here you can try over 100 popular food items from Asia, right from beef rendang to ikan penyet.

Another one of the famous halal restaurants in Sentosa Island include the Thaksin Beef noodles which used to be a popular hawker stall but has garnered a massive following with its halal thai beef noodles, and pad thai. To know more, here is a list of all the eateries in Sentosa Island that are halal-certified and have attained halal certification at their other outlets. For more information on halal-certified eateries on Sentosa Island, including those with halal certification at their other outlets, explore our Singapore trip packages.

Here are some of the best Halal restaurants in Sentosa:-

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Thaksin Beef Noodles

Do you dream of Thai cuisine even in your dreams? Well, then that means you are an absolute Thai food lover who cannot do without their pad Thai and beef noodles. Come over to Seah Im Food Center and head to Thaksin Beef noodles. This restaurant has stalls that serve the most authentic pad Thai, and Thai noodles at jaw-dropping prices.

The beef noodles comprise thick chunks of beef that are succulent and spice your bowl up with even spicier chili flakes added for the right amount of kick.

Location: Lam Hern Stalls, Block 449, Clementi Avenue West 3, Singapore 120449

What to Eat: Beef pad Thai, beef noodles, and Thai beef fried rice

Opening Hour: Open daily 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM

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Oasis Spice Café

If you are a middle-eastern food lover, then you must come to the Oasis Spice café located inside the Universal Studios Singapore. This air-conditioned halal restaurant has an impressive Egyptian theme that goes with the food.

Oasis Spice Café has a massive seating area that is ideal not only for the large groups but people who are looking forward to shunning the hot sun for some time. A top favorite item with the café’s crowd here is the Butter chicken biryani which you must try if you are here. This café serves huge portions of meals hence you can easily fill your growling bellies without ordering too many items.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

What to Eat: Non vegetarian and vegetarian biryanis, samosas, parathas, papads, and butter chicken 

Opening Hours: Open Monday to Sunday 11 AM – 10 PM

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Harbourfront Centre

The Harbourfront Center at Sentosa Island may not be bigger than Vivocity but has a great deal of halal eateries. You will literally be spoilt for choice with a list of options that include the food court of Bagus which is an all-halal food court selling chicken rice, and Yong Tau Foo. Seoul Garden is another Korean casual dining chain besides Seoul Garden Hot Pot that lets you enjoy a scrumptious dinner feast at the end of an exhausting day.

 Some of the other halal eateries at the Harbourfront Centre include KFC, Heavenly Wang, Dunkin Donuts, Papparich, and The Orange Lantern.

Location:1 Maritime Square, Singapore 099253

What to Eat: Mushroom rice, congee with shredded chicken, Pho bo, tom yum seafood noodles, aglio olio, and fried rice with shite sauce crab 

Opening Hours: Open daily 10 AM – 10 PM

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Malaysian Food Street

The Malaysian Food Street is one of the most satisfying halal restaurants in Sentosa Island that serves the best local delicacies. Thus, if you fancy some roti canai, and nasi lemak, this eatery is where you should be without a doubt. Malaysian Food Street definitely serves the most “sedap” (tasty) street food that you usually get from the famous hawker stalls.

This one has an old, and unique colonial-town ambiance that lets you enjoy your comfort food in absolute peace.

Location: Resorts World Sentosa 8 Sentosa Gateway, Waterfront, Level 1, Singapore 098269

What to Eat: Egg tarts, wife biscuit, Mo mo so, Halal Kampung Nasi Lemak, Malacca chicken rice ball, Pahang curry chicken, and JB lok lok 

Opening Hours: Open Monday to Thursday 11 AM – 7 PM, Friday to Sunday 11 AM – 8 PM

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Streats Asian Café

One of the most casual and affordable halal restaurants in Sentosa Island is the Streats Asian Café which lets you sample the most scrumptious comfort food. The restaurant has an exhaustive menu but its forte lies in the cha chaan teng-style meals of Hong Kong.

This certified halal eatery impresses you with piping hot beef rending set, fried chicken and dumpling noodle bowls. You must come here to tantalize your taste buds with a delicious array of food which also includes the warm Indonesian fried noodles, rice and dim sums.

Location: The Forum, Level 1, Singapore

What to Eat: Beef rendang, pasta, ikan penyet, Indonesian fried noodles, dim sum, rice, chinese noodles, western sandwiches. 

Opening Hours: Open Monday to Friday 11 AM – 10 PM

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One of the most stunning halal restaurants in Sentosa Island has to be Kazbar. It is a fine place for unhurried conversations, casual gatherings and sumptuous food. Located in the core of Singapore’s CBD, this restaurant serves the most contemporary cuisines from the Middle East.

You get to taste and smell authentic wholesome spices, fresh ingredients, and charcoal-grilled quality meats. Once you sit down to eat, the music here lets you immerse yourself in a zone that further transports you to the mysterious land of Arabs.

Location: 25 Church St, Capital Square, Singapore 049482

What to Eat: Lamb chops, couscous khotar, mixed grill platter, couscous khokhar, prawn, and fish Tahini Tajin

Opening Hours: Sunday to Wednesday closed, open Thursday to Friday 12 PM – 9:30 PM, Saturday 6 PM- 9:30 PM

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Positano Risto

One of the most exceptional halal restaurants in Sentosa Island has to be Positano Risto. This restaurant gives an incredible halal dining experience to all the guests here besides fantastic service and a unique ambiance. It has unique things for the entire family as the kids can eat free and choose from an extensive menu of spaghetti carbonara, chicken tenders, Mac-n-cheese, and spaghetti Bolognese.

 No other place in Sentosa Island offers such flavorful food that tastes like home cooked food and is crafted with utmost love. You can enjoy pizzas with gracious toppings and thin crispy crust here besides the most decadent tiramisu, carbonara fettuccine, and squid ink pasta.

Location: 66 Bussorah St, Singapore 199479

What to Eat: Mozzarella and arancini balls, truffle fries, shrimp poppers, classic lobster bisque, and calamari bites. 

Opening Hours: Open Sunday to Thursday 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM, Friday to Saturday 11:30 AM – 10:30 PM

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Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill

Are you all set to experience an authentic feast for your senses? Head over to one of the finest halal restaurants in Sentosa Island that is located in the city’s heart; and serves curated items from different regions of the Middle East. The food here is served fresh, and is made from scratch.

It is devoid of any processed or artificial ingredients. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Khaled Eleimi, and lets you savor the most delicious rosemary grilled chicken, salad with Greek moussaka, special adana wrap, sumptuous Lebanese and Turkish platters.

Location: 501 Orchard Rd, #02-04/05 Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880

What to Eat: Beef burger Greek-style, falafel wrap, special adana wrap, and special chicken shawarma 

Opening Hours: Open Thursday to Sunday 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5 PM – 9:30 PM

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Located in the central Tanjong Pagar Area of Sentosa Island next to the MRT station, this popular family restaurant serves the most awesome and authentic Indonesian food. This award-winning halal restaurant dishes out the finest Indonesian cuisines straight out from Indonesia’s heart.

You get to try Nasi Kampung, which is a yellow rice meal accompanied by pickles, potato peanuts, and perkedel;ikan bakar kecap (grilled pomfret); Ikan Bakar Bali (grilled snapper); and combo bakaran (combo of grilled suids and black pomfret).

Location: 54 Zion Road, Singapore 247779 Singapore

What to Eat: Sayur Asem, tahu telor, risoles, nasi kampung, combo bakaran, and ayam bumbu rujak

Opening Hours: Open Monday to Thursday 11:30 AM – 10 PM, 5 PM – 9:30 PM, Friday to Sunday 11:30 AM-10 PM

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Marmaris Restaurant

One of the most popular halal restaurants in Sentosa Island has to be the Marmaris restaurant that enjoys a convenient and quick location. The premise of the restaurant is for big families, families that comprise your children, wife and others; and family that you create around friendship, love and food.

The attentive staff at Marmaris ensures your dining experience is stellar from the start to the end. If you are here, try their chicken mandi, chicken shawarma, falafel, salad and hummus platter.

Location: 111 Dunlop St, Singapore 209430

What to Eat: Chicken shawarma, mixed shawarma mutton shawarma platter, mutabbal, falafel sandwich

Opening Hours: Open Monday to Sunday 11:30 AM – 10:30 PM, Friday to Sunday 11:30 AM-11 PM

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best Italian restaurants in Sentosa Island?

    1. Fratelli Trattoria-Fratelli Trattori is a dinner-only restaurant that is cozy. The alluring authentic Italian aromas of the open kitchen here engulf you, and make you savour the best of pizzas, and other sumptuous Italian items.

    2. Curate Cucina Pisana-Curate Cusina Pisana specializes in items from Italy and is the first restaurant in Singapore that presents unique rustic tastes, thanks to Chef Davide Bizzari. You get to try divine seafood here, and artisanal pasta hand-made using exquisite ingredients.

    3. Trapizza-Enjoy a slice of life at the Sentosa island with Trapizza. This Italian eatery right next to the Siloso beach offers a casual dining experience that is unforgettable. They pair fine wines with fine food and those include the yummiest thin-crust pizzas, and fresh pastas.

    4. The Cliff-The Cliff may not be one of the halal restaurants in Sentosa Island but is an elevated, freshly evolved dining establishment that offers comforting and authentic Italian flavors like no other. You will be bowled over by the heart-warming hospitality that the staff welcomes you with, and the restaurant’s extensive menu comprising Taleggio bruschetta, beef tagliata, and tiramisu.

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  2. Which are the famous rooftop halal restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Dad’s corner-Have you ever experienced treetop dining before? Dad’s Corner is one of the halal restaurants in Sentosa Island that offers you dining atop a roof with a 3-course menu. The ambiance here is to die for and it literally feels you are enjoying a delicious menu atop a tree.

    2. Wanderlust lounge-Set on Singapore’s CBD, the Wanderlust Lounge is one of the most beautiful halal restaurants in Sentosa Island. It has a chic décor and perfect rooftop space where you can socialize and chill out. This space is not just pretty cool but offers the most creative mocktails, and savory dishes. Do try their Black Angus Ribeye, Mentaiko Scallops, and NZ Striploin steak.

    3. Rumi the Poet’s cup-One of the popular halal restaurants in Sentosa Island has to be Rumi The Poet’s cup. They offer a rooftop hangout place where you can order fruit-inspired mocktails, and their signature coffee and iced tea. If you are here do try their sparkling water and brewed tea mix called “Frizantea”.

    4. Fairytale bar-One of the halal restaurants in Sentosa Island atop the D’Hotel in Tiong Bahru lets you dine while soaking in gorgeous views of Singapore’s CBD. Fairytale bars are popular among Singaporeans because they have unique ways of serving beverages in bird-themed cups. In fact, Buffy Owl, Eurasian Sparrow, and Yellow Flamingo are some of the beverages. Do come here to try their basque burnt cheesecake, and duck pasta.

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  3. How to reach Sentosa Island?

    By air-To reach Sentosa Island you can take a flight from any major airport of any country and reach the airport. On reaching the airport you can hire a shuttle taxi to reach the island.  You can also take a cable car to reach the island that is open 24 hours every day. 

    By rail-
    After reaching the airport you can avail a monorail that runs through Sentosa from Singapore. It is easy to board as one runs every 5- minutes till 11:45 at night from 7 AM. If not using a monorail you can board the Sentosa Express from Imbiah station too.

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  4. Why is Sentosa Island so special?

    Sentosa Island is special because it houses one of the biggest oceanariums called the SEA aquarium, and has a unique charm.

    This island is also special because it possesses a remarkable history, is the most beloved resort island, has the most stunning tropical beaches; thrilling attractions, and luxurious hotels that delight and enchant trippers. 

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  5. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore is from February-April. Despite being an year-round destination, Singapore experiences lesser rainfall and a drier season during this time.

    If you are planning to visit Singapore, avoid the hottest months of June to July.

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