Ramadan 2021: 11 halal eateries that deliver a feast for your Iftar evenings

Embrace the joy of sharing during Iftar evenings
Asian: • Beef BroHanok by MasizzimJollibee PappaRich
Local: • Boon Lay Power Nasi LemakIstimewa Nasi Padang[email protected]Rumah Makan Minang
Western: • Cajun on Wheels Kucina ItalianPastamania

Ramadan is a time of coming together and celebration for our Muslim friends. During Iftar evenings, families gather over sumptuous food and break fast together. There can be times where cooking or travelling out to eat can be a hassle, so why not order in food delivery?

These 11 halal joints we’ve picked out feature a diverse range of scrumptious Muslim-friendly options. Plus, they also deliver islandwide! From Asian to Western to local food, be spoilt for choice as you spend time with your loved ones and break fast together in the comforts of your home.

1. Beef Bro: Perfect to share with the family during Iftar

Relive your Taiwan trip with Beef Bro’s Salt & Pepper Shortribs Beef Cubes ($14.90).

Specializing in blowtorched beef cubes, Beef Bro is the place to go for halal Western food but with an Asian twist. In addition to bringing the popular Taiwanese street food, Salt & Pepper Shortribs Beef Cubes ($14.90), to Singapore, they’ve also created their own elevated version of it — the Mentaiko Shortribs Beef Cubes ($16.90). Other mouthwatering dishes on their menu include Wagyu Beef Aglio Olio ($25.30), as well as hearty rice bowls.

2. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak: Complete Ramadan 2021 with Nasi Lemak from this powerhouse

It’s impossible to go wrong with the Nasi Lemak Chicken Wing Set ($4.95) from BLPNL. You just can’t.

Here’s one of the crown jewels of the west, Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak. The popular shophouse attracts customers all the way from the east who gladly travel across the island just for their nasi lemak. While you can never go wrong with their signature Nasi Lemak Chicken Wing Set ($4.95), the stall also offers a variety of other options. The Otah Otah Set ($4.40), Selar Kunning Set ($4.40) and Paru Set ($4.40) are all popular choices amongst longtime customers. Be sure they’re guaranteed to satisfy.

3. Cajun on Wheels: Inspired by Louisiana and New Orlean’s soul-flavours

Cajun on Wheels’ Olympian Bucket ($246) is more than fit for a king.

A seafood lover’s paradise, Cajun on Wheels is a halal-certified seafood restaurant popular for its giant buckets and platters of fresh seafood, prepared Cajun-style. The legendary Olympian Bucket ($246), true to its name, feeds about five to six people. It features Sri Lankan crabs, Boston lobster, prawns, white clams, and blue mussels. As for seafood platters, choose from the Soft Shell Crab Platter (from $18), Giant Squid Platter ($15), Charcoal Grilled Seabass Platter (from $19), Mixed Seafood Platter (from $16) and many others.

4. Hanok by Masizzim: Halal-certified traditional Korean stews and more

A piping hot Soy Beef Rib Stew from $22.50) from Hanok by Masizzim never fails to hit the spot.

Relive your favourite Korean dramas at Hanok by Masizzim, a halal-certified Korean restaurant where you can find popular Korean dishes such as Spicy Stir-Fried Beef ($18.90) and Spicy Stir-Fried Chicken ($18.90). The warm and comforting Soy Beef Rib Stew (from $22.50) and Spicy Chicken Stew (from $20.10) will definitely hit the spot too. Egg lovers should also try the Honey Mustard Cheese Egg Roll ($11.70) which is stuffed with oozy mozzarella cheese.

5. Istimewa Nasi Padang: To embrace the spirit of sharing

Savour on homecooked-style Nasi Ambeng (from $55 for 4 pax) from Istimewa Nasi Padang.

Istimewa Nasi Padang has been delivering homecooked-style Malay food from a hawker stall to Singaporeans since 1989. Have a taste of all their best dishes in the all-encompassing Nasi Ambeng Full (from $55 for 4 pax) which includes fragrant rice, beef rendang, brinjal in belado sauce, and a plethora of other dishes. Worth trying are the Ayam Masak Merah ($20), Sambal Goreng Jawa ($10), Sambal Udang ($30) and Rendang Ayam ($20), which are all hot favourites.

6. Jollibee: Golden moments this Ramadan 2021 with golden chicken

All-time favourite fried chicken bucket of the Philippines’.

It’s no secret that Jollibee serves up some of the best fried chickens in town. The bee’s 8pcs Chickenjoy Bucket ($24) is perfect for sharing, or for one to enjoy if one absolutely loves that Filipino fried chicken goodness. Also popular are the Jolly Chicken Hotdog ($4.40) and Jolly Spaghetti ($4), which have kept loyal customers like myself returning for more. Now who says you can’t have a taste of international food without travelling overseas?

7. Kucina Italian: Jazz up your Iftar meals this Ramadan

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Indulge in homemade pasta dishes such as Ravioli Di Spinaci ($22.90) at Kucina Italian.

Satisfy your Italian food cravings at Kucina Italian where you can find homemade pasta dishes and other Italian classics. From the ricotta-stuffed Ravioli Di Spinaci ($22.90), to the seafood-based Pescatora ($24.50), to The Classic Carbonara ($21.90), there’s bound to be something for everyone. Indulge in exquisite mains this Ramadan 2021 with tender Usda Beef Short Rib ($47.90) and juicy Bistecca ($29.90) that will make for a sumptuous meal.

8. [email protected]: Nasi Ambeng specialists

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Have a hearty feast with the Ambeng Package ($80 for 4 pax) from [email protected]

[email protected] is yet another place to go to for authentic local Malay and Western food. For your Ramadhan Iftar meal, they’ve specially created an Ambeng Package ($80 for 4 pax) consisting of their signature Nasi Ambeng Platter (from $15.90 for 1 pax), teh tarik, as well as sweet treats for desserts. Definitely worth trying are also their western dishes. Think Kampong Glam Fish & Chips ($21.40), Lamb Chop ($21.40) and Grilled Seabass ($32.40), amongst many others!

9. PappaRich: Home to nostalgic Malaysian delights

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Fly to Kuala Lumpur without actually doing so with PappaRich’s KL Hokkien Mee ($14.90).

Hailing all the way from Malaysia, PappaRich brings authentic Malaysian fare right to our doorsteps. Savour on flavour-packed dishes such as KL Hokkien Mee ($14.90), Penang Char Kway Teow ($13.90) and Assam Laksa ($13.90) – all classic Malaysian favourites. Be sure to also get their Chicken Satay ($11.90 for 6 sticks) and Beef Satay ($12.90 for 6 sticks) to round off your meal as these dishes are as close to Malaysian comfort food that we can get for now; it’s simply a bonus that they deliver islandwide too!

10. Pastamania: A family-favourite

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Choose from a wide range of pasta dishes from Pastamania, such as the ever-classic Meatballs (from $11.50).

Pastamania is no stranger to Western food lovers. It’s commonly known for their variety of classic pasta dishes such as Meatballs (from $11.50) and Aglio Olio ($7.50). Pastamania also offers local-inspired pasta creations like Salted Egg Chicken (from $13.50) and Laksa Seafood (from $13.50). While you’re at it, get a Chicken Ham and Mushroom Pizza (from $10.50), or any other hearty pizzas from their wide selection to share with the family this Ramadan 2021.

11. Rumah Makan Minang: Minangkabau cuisine with uncompromised flavor and quality

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Get a taste of Minangkabau cuisine with dishes like Tahu Goreng Minang ($5) at Rumah Makan Minang.

Specializing in Minangkabau cuisine which originates from West Sumatra, Indonesia, Rumah Makan Minang has been around since 1954. The long-established restaurant is where you can get a taste of traditional Indonesian breakfast items such as Tahu Goreng Minang ($5), Mee Soto ($5) and Lontong Gulai Lodeh ($4.5). For something more exotic, try their speciality items like the Half Spring Ayam Percik ($13.80) and Ikan Bakar Minang ($7.70).