Craving fried chicken, steaks and unicorn cakes? These are the halal restaurants to order from

Hankering for halal food
Malay/Indonesian: • Penang CultureHJH Maimunah RestaurantRumah Makan MinangPagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant
Western: • Arnold’s Fried ChickenANDES by ASTONSKenny Rogers Singapore
Others: • Butter StudioPoke TheoryYummy TakoyakiJINJJA ChickenTang Tea House

One thing I love about our country is the variety of food we can enjoy on this little red dot. Whether we are craving Malay, Indian, Chinese or Eurasian food, we can easily find options in our hood or have them sent to our doorsteps in a few clicks. This includes halal food delivery.

Finding our favourite food in halal form is also getting easier over the years, as more F&B operators recognise the importance of being inclusive in their offerings. So there is little problem rounding up your friends at home for a good meal of roasted chicken, steaks and even desserts that will cater to all preferences and requirements. We suss out 13 halal food spots in Singapore that provide islandwide delivery and pickup for your next stay-home meal.

1. Andes by Astons: sizzling halal steaks and chicken

You can’t go wrong with the signature Prime Sirloin ($20.50).

Andes by Astons, the halal version of homegrown brand Astons Specialities, is known for its affordable menu and wide variety. You can’t go wrong with signatures such as their Prime Sirloin ($20.50) and Black Pepper Steak ($20.50). The Chargrilled Chicken ($13) and Hickory BBQ Chicken ($13) are safe indulgent options too. Furthermore, every dish comes with two sides, a real value-for-money deal!

2. Arnold’s Fried Chicken: Roasting the halal chicken competition

In a fowl mood? Get your hands on a platter of Arnold’s Fried Chicken’s crispy birds ($3.50/piece).

Fun fact: Homegrown Arnold’s Fried Chicken was the first fast-food brand to get halal certification in 1987. This was even before the famous American chains such as A&W, McDonald’s and KFC received theirs. Over 30 years later, it still serves one of the most delicious crispy birds in Singapore; some would even argue that they are the best. Groups will love the sharing platters such as the Variety Feast ($49.60) for five persons and the 10-Piece Chicken Chest ($33.50). Or mix and match a la carte items such as the Spring Chicken Meal ($15.80) with side dishes such as the Potato Platter ($7.70) and Chicken Popcorn ($5.90). The menu even makes it inclusive for pescatarians with a Fish & Chips ($11.10) option.

3. Butter Studio: Halal cakes, cupcakes and cookies

Feel like a fairytale princess with Butter Studio’s Unicorn cake (from $88).

Looking for Instagram-worthy bakes for a special occasion? Butter Studio is a bakery that’s well known for their array of gorgeous handcrafted cakes. Their short Unicorn (from $88 for a 6-inch cake) or Dino Wonderland (from $88) cake will surely excite all the children at a birthday party. Or you could order a variety of sweet treats such as Nutella S’mores ($3.50 for one) cupcakes and Sea Salt Red Velvet Cookies ($18.80).

Islandwide delivery available at $9 with a minimum order of $30. Top up to $150 to get free delivery.

4. HJH Maimunah Restaurant: traditional Malay and Indonesian cuisine

Have a sumptuous feast with HJH Maimunah’s Original Ambeng Platter ($30).

HJH Maimunah Restaurant is a name synonymous with authentic traditional Malay and Indonesian cuisine. The long-established caterer serves up world-class kampong favourites such as their signature Original Ambeng Platter ($30) and Premium Ambeng Platter ($35). They also offer a variety of hearty meals for one, including the Beef Rendang Set ($7.50), Asam Pedas Stingray Set ($7.50) and Ayam Masak Merah Set ($7).

5. Jinjja Chicken – say annyeonghaseyo to halal Korean fried chicken

Sweet and savoury, there’s plenty to love about Jinjja Chicken’s Jinjja Wings ($8.50).

Korean fast-food chain Jinjja Chicken is another sizzler on the fried chicken scene in Singapore. Not only do they make succulent Jinjja Wings ($8.50) and Jinjja Drumsticks ($9.50), but they serve up familiar Korean staples as well. Think noodle and rice dishes such as Beef Bulgogi Kimbap ($9.50), Bibimbap / Myeon ($8.50) and Seafood Jjamppong (from $11.50).

Get a free Kpop Chicken ($4.90) when you spend $100 and above with the code KPOP!

6. Kenny Rogers Singapore: halal Western meals of rotisserie chicken and pasta for the family

Halal food delivery from Kenny Rogers, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Order Kenny Rogers’ Kenny’s Family Meal ($57) for your next gathering.

Kenny Rogers Singapore made a much-anticipated comeback in Singapore in 2019, to the delight of Singaporeans. Their chicken is cooked in a rotisserie, where it is rotated on a spit to get the perfect sear while retaining the flavours. Feed a small group with the Kenny’s Family Meal ($57 for 3-4 pax) or Kenny’s Half Meal ($27) or enjoy it all by yourself with the individually portioned Kenny’s Chicken & Pasta Meal ($22). For a locally inspired version, go for the Kenny’s 1/4 Rotisserie Chicken Nasi Lemak ($18)!

7. Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant: delicious Indonesian cuisine

Halal food delivery from Pagi Sore indonesian Restaurant, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Have a taste of authentic Indonesian fare with Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant’s Ikan Bakar Bali ($28.90).

Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant first started as a nasi padang concept and has evolved over the years to serve a diverse repertoire of authentic Indonesian food. Indulge in signature dishes such as Ikan Bakar Bali ($28.90), Ikan Goreng Balado ($28.90), Rendang Sapi ($15.80) and Tahu Telor ($12.20). Stock up on their Sambal Belachan (from $11.20 for a 180g bottle) too if you’re a sambal lover.

8. Penang Culture: Malaysia’s food paradise on a plate

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Transport yourself to Malaysia’s food paradise with Penang Culture’s Premium Nasi Lemak ($20).

Penang is a popular foodie destination. But with overseas travel unlikely for the foreseeable future, Penang Culture is probably the closest we can get to the food paradise for now. Feast on authentic Malaysian dishes such as Premium Nasi Lemak ($20), Penang Assam Laksa ($11) and Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodles ($12). Then end off your meal on a sweet note with a bowl of their King of Cendol ($9).

9. Poke Theory: Yes, you can get halal poke bowls

Halal food delivery from Poke Theory, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Refresh your palate with the nutritious O.G. Salmon (from ($13.40).

Made a New Year’s resolution to eat as cleanly as possible? Poke Theory serves up healthful poke bowls which are packed with fresh sashimi and nutritious fruits and vegetables. From the O.G. Salmon (from $13.40) to the tantalising Mentaiko Madness (from $13.40), there’s a vibrant array to choose from. They’ve even got snack packs such as Kale Chips ($6.50) and Crispy Salmon Skin ($6.50), which are baked in small batches daily.

Enjoy 10% off Immunity Bundles and 15% off Poke Feast Bundles when you order now. Prices shown are after the discount.

10. Rumah Makan Minang – authentic Minangkabau cuisine

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Spice up your meal with a traditional Beef Rendang, Padang Box Set ($11) from Rumah Makan Minang

Rumah Makan Minang is a multi-generational Indonesian restaurant specialising in the cuisine of the Minangkabau people living in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Established in 1954, the restaurant’s most popular dishes include their traditional Beef Rendang, Padang Box Set ($11) and Half Spring Ayam Percik ($13.80). Other great buys include the sweet and spicy Tahu Goreng Minang ($5) and satisfying Mee Soto ($5), that would make for a filling breakfast.

11. Tang Tea House: Halal dim sum and seafood

Halal food delivery from Tang Tea House, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Savour delightful small bites such as the Siew Mai ($5 for 3 pieces).

Tang Tea House serves up delicious halal dim sum, set meals and dishes that you’d be happy to share with your family and friends. Some of their classic offerings include the Golden Sand Bun ($5.70 for 3 pieces), Shanghai Steamed Dumpling ($5.60 for 4 pieces) and Siew Mai ($5 for 3 pieces). If your party is feeling particularly hungry, seafood dishes such as the BBQ Stingray ($18.20) and Seafood Tom Yam Soup ($11.80) would be great for sharing.

12. Yummy Takoyaki: Halal takoyaki, now delivering near you

Halal food delivery from Yummy Takoyaki, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Level up your takoyaki experience with the Premium Cheese Banjir Dingdong Box ($15).

No prizes for guessing what Yummy Takoyaki sells— Japanese batter balls consisting of pieces of octopus. And not just the ordinary ones too. There are chilli-tuna sprinkled options plus the oozy cheesy Premium Cheese Banjir Dingdong Box ($15). But that’s not all. The East Village takeaway outlet also sells seasoned baby octopus, which is a popular otsumami (snacks typically washed down with alcoholic drinks in an izakaya) in Japan. Get an ordinary platter of five or 10 pieces, or swim in cheese with the Premium Chuka Idako Cheese Banjir Dingdong ($16 for 5 pieces). Then, end off with the indulgently sweet Premium Tako-Tella ($15), stuffed with Nutella and slathered in chocolate and rainbow sprinkles. Because, why not?

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