35 Halal Cafes & Restaurants in Singapore

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Today, there are so many Halal cafes and restaurants to choose from in Singapore that we’re spoilt for choice. From European and fusion fare to even Japanese and Korean cuisine, there are mouthwatering dishes to fulfill every taste and craving. What’s more, they are also irresistibly Instagram-worthy! Which of our following cafes is your first stop for the week?

 

1.  The Halia

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A gastronomic experience is doubly memorable within an ambience that keeps you near to stunning foliage and palm trees. The Botanic Gardens is home to The Halia, a Halal-certified cafe located right in the one-hectare Ginger Garden. Enjoy the warmth of a beautiful sunset and refreshing greenery in this spot that is just within close proximity to the city.

The good news is that they have a totally new breakfast/brunch menu for you to choose from. From sweet and savoury dishes like Freshly Home-baked Milk Rolls and Smashed Avocado on Toasted Sourdough to Asian-inspired bites like Chilli Crab Eggs, you’ll find something that will brighten your weekend.

Do note that they do not accept reservations for brunch. You just need to drop by for a table. See their menu at bit.ly/haliamenu.

Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore 259569

Website: http://thehalia.com/

Opening Hours: 9 am – 9:30 pm

2.  Working Title

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Feel like having a burger? Why not give Working Title a try? Famous for their burgers, Working Title’s interior design has a cool hipster vibe. Did I mention how thick and juicy their patties are? No wonder their customers always come back for more.

Not a burger-lover? There are other selections on their menu. Do try their Smoked Salmon Ciabatta, Working Big Breakfast, Eggs Burgerdict or their Ribena Chicken Wing. You surely won’t regret it. Of course, you mustn’t miss out on their dessert, especially their Honey-Lavender Cheesecake. So yummy!

Good news — Working Title is offering set lunch promotions during weekdays from 12pm to 3pm. The set lunch comes with a juicy burger, some fries and a nice glass of iced tea for ONLY $15.90. How awesome is that?

Address: 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751

Website: https://www.workingtitle.sg/

Opening Hours:  12 pm – 10 pm

3.  Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro

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What is Fika? Fika is a time to enjoy bonding with friends and family. It is a few minutes of sharing good vibes over warm drinks and light meals. Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro is one of those rare Halal cafes where you can enjoy this Fika experience! Have your fill of Swedish meatballs and Panbiff and Pytt I Panna. Its clean, well-lit interior offers no-frills relaxation where you can enjoy good food and good conversations.

Also, don’t forget to try their desserts, especially their Swedish Pancake. Although it looks more like a crepe, it has just the right amount of sweetness with its chocolate syrup.

Address: 257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539

Website: https://www.fikacafe.com/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

 

4.  The Malayan Council

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The Malayan Council is located along 71 Bussorah Street. This small cafe has a very quiet and cosy environment. It serves superb Malay-Western fusion food. Each dish comes in a generous portion with a different unique taste. Don’t miss their highly recommended menu of Smoked Duck Cili Padi Pasta, Putu Piring Cake and Onde Onde Cake.

If you’re a seafood lover, their Singapore Chilli Lobster ($48) might be the right choice for you. The lobster and mussels drenched in their special chilli crab-style sauce is overwhelmingly good. Do note that The Malayan Council has two branches with different menus. If you plan to try their Singapore Chilli Lobster, visit their branch at 71 Bussorah Street.

Although their food is a bit pricey, it is worth it as you are paying for both quality and quantity.

Address: 71 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199484 & 22 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209350

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Themalayacouncil/

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 11 pm

5.  Penny University

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Penny University is one of the most well-known Halal cafes in Singapore, attracting a strong weekend crowd. Standing strong along the stretch of East Coast Road, this artisanal cafe offers some of the best brunches in Singapore. Various food options are available and prices are reasonable compared to other cafes.

The coffee beans are sourced from local coffee roasters. Cakes and bread are baked fresh every day. You must try their recommended menu of Full English Breakfast, Eggs Benedict and Turkish Eggs when you visit the cafe.

Due to its affordable price and good quality food, do note that the wait will be very long during weekends. If you want to avoid the long queue, do make sure to get there early. Good luck!

Address: 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pennyuniversity/

Opening Hours: 8:30 am – 6 pm

 

6.  Flavour Flings

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Do you know Flavour Flings is the place where Singapore’s nationwide Salted Egg Yolk phenomenon started? Located in the neighbourhood of Hougang Avenue 1, this heartland cafe offers a variety of hearty brunches ranging from the American breakfast to other Western comfort food like pancakes, pasta, burgers and croissants.

Good news! This Halal-certified cafe’s signature dish — Salted Egg Croissant — has now upgraded to a whole new level. They have introduced a new Raclette Cheese dish, whereby the salted egg croissant is covered with a layer of melted Swiss raclette cheese. The unique taste of salted egg yolk combined with the savoury melted cheese is just perfect for your taste buds. Do give it a try when you drop by!

With only a few tables, this cafe is not big and will become crowded during lunch. However, you can come early at 11 am to secure a table. Do note that the cafe is closed between 4 pm to 5.30 pm.

Address: Blk 121 Hougang Avenue 1  #01-1348, Singapore 530121

Website: https://www.facebook.com/flavourflings/

Opening Hours: 1 am – 4 pm, 5:30 pm – 9 pm

 

7.  I AM… Cafe

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Claimed to be the only Halal European-influenced cafe in town, I AM… Cafe is one of the pioneer hipster Halal cafes and currently has three outlets in Singapore, in Haji Lane, Tampines and Bukit Batok.

It all started after the owner went for a trip to Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. He fell in love with the scenic surroundings and the Dutch culture during his trip and decided to set up a cafe when he returned to Singapore. Bringing this love back from Amsterdam, the owner named this cafe “I AM…”, which is inspired by Amsterdam’s city icon.

The cafe serves various Dutch-inspired food. Their signature dishes — the Amsterdam favourite Fries & Mayo and popular meatball snack Bitterballen — are must-tries. With delectable pizzas, pastas, burgers and desserts such as their Rainbow Cake and Rainbow Mille Crepe, there will surely be something here that is able to satisfy your palate.

Address: 674 North Bridge Road (Haji Lane)  #01-01 Singapore 188804

Website: https://www.iam.com.sg/all-in; Telephone: +65 6295 5509

Opening Hours: 8 am – 11 pm

8.  Saltwater

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Treat yourself at one of the best Halal buffet restaurants here and excite more than your gastronomic senses! Saltwater is your getaway for the weekend as you enjoy good food and Changi Village’s flora and fauna. Unwind, relax and have a good meal with Saltwater’s array of Asian and local Halal-certified cuisine.

Address: 1 Netheravon Rd, level 1 Village Hotel Changi, Singapore 508502

Website: https://www.facebook.com/swcsg/

Opening Hours: 6:30 am – 10 pm

 

9.  Blue Jasmine

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Enjoy Thai food the Halal way! Halal cafes are often associated with Mediterranean food, but with Blue Jasmine, you can enjoy your Thai food in a Halal-certified restaurant. Enjoy more than food by savouring the exquisite design of Blue Jasmine’s interiors with accents from Asia’s rich cultures, including a colourful digital print from renowned Asian artists. If you want to get an idea of Blue Jasmine’s mind-blowing gastronomic offerings, imagine photek with deep fried sea bass and other exhibitions that feature Thai cuisine’s sweet and spicy signature taste.

Address: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Singapore 217564

Website: https://www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/farrerpark/blue-jasmine

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 10 pm

 

10.  Positano Risto

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Take your taste buds on a further trip around the world by visiting this Italian-inspired Halal cafe. There aren’t many Halal Italian restaurants in Singapore, so Positano Risto is truly a gem. What’s more, their menu is actually top rated on many review sites. Get your classic fill of Italian favourites such as fettuccine with fresh whole lobsters and eggplant parmigiana with mushroom risotto. Finally, you can have your Halal food the Italian way!

Address: 66 Bussorah St, Singapore 199479

Website: http://positanoristo.com/

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 10 pm

 

11.  Gastronomad

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Enjoy Halal-certified European cuisine! Gastronomad features tasty full courses and an array of desserts. Enjoy fusion flavours and world favourites such as tacos made with what Gastronomad certifies to be the best fresh produce and ingredients.

Address: 11 Sin Ming Rd, #01-30, Singapore 575629

Website: https://www.gastronomadsg.com/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 9:30 pm

 

12.  Fat Papa’s

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Fat Papa’s presumes that if you can personalise most items you use in life, you can certainly personalise your burger. Everything has to be Halal, though! Take a bite of head scratching flavours such as burgers with banana and peanut butter and be convinced that Fat Papa’s experiments actually succeed. Fat Papa’s is a vibrantly creative and modern cafe that is unique from other Halal cafes. It has a loyal following, so expect long lines.

Address: 83 Punggol Central, #01-31, Waterway Point, Singapore 828761

Website: https://www.fatpapas.sg/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 11 pm

 

13.  Coba Coba

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Get traditional Indonesian Halal food in a restaurant that is located conveniently near Yishun MRT station. Have a quick lunch on the way to work or have a take out. Coba Coba serves casual diners and group gatherings. If you want no frills meals, Coba Coba is one of the best Halal cafes to try. It is affordable without compromising quality and taste. Have your fill of dishes like Nasi Padang and Nasi Lemak, amongst many others.

Address: 156 Yishun Street 11 #01-106, Singapore 760156

Website: https://www.facebook.com/cobacobasg/

Opening Hours: 7 am – 9 pm

 

14.  Afterwit

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Have a fusion of Mexican and Malay flavours that produce an outstanding taste unique among Halal cafes. Tacos are given a flavourful and tasty rendition with Malay-inspired spices. Ever tried Brisket Biryani Burritos? Grab your first bite and have a unique addition to delicious comfort food you’ll be having a second and third bite (and more) of.

Address: 778 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198746

Website: http://www.afterwit.sg/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 10 pm

 

15.  The Bravery

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It takes a keen eye not to miss The Bravery at its secluded location near Jalan Besar stadium. Once you’ve found it, your eyes and taste buds will be opened to its best secret: their Bullseye Steak. Slather your steak with its mysterious and delicious sauce and thank yourself for making the effort to locate this rustic, nondescript Halal cafe.

Address: 66 Horne Rd, Singapore 209073

Website: http://thebraverycafe.com/

Opening Hours: 9 am – 6 pm

 

16.  Santap

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Have a cosy and delicious meal in a modest setting replete with cool greenery and hanging plants within the vicinity. Tuck into Halal renditions of well-known favourites in a selection of affordable rice bowls and pizzas. Santap is one of those Halal cafes that will pamper your sweet tooth. You will find filling selections from its decadent brunch to satisfy your every craving.

Address: 16 Madras St, Singapore 208413

Website: https://www.santap.sg/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

 

17.  Lickety

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Have a cool break by taking a lick at Lickety. Halal cafes often feature full meat-filled meals, but Lickety exclusively deals with ice cream desserts and other sweet treats. The pastel-coloured interiors emphasise its sweet offerings, so you can have a dessert plus an Instagram-worthy selfie amongst its eye candy interiors.

Address: 34 Bussorah St, Singapore 199452

Website: https://www.facebook.com/licketysg/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

 

18.  Konditori Artisan Bakes

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After visiting Lickety (see #17), don’t be surprised if you find your feet taking you to Konditori Artisan Bakes next door. Arranged enticingly behind glass panels are exquisite European breads, pastries and cakes baked fresh daily. In fact, they are so good that you’ll find yourself ordering more than one artisanal delight and savouring it right there in the shop.

Try their Red Velvet Croissant, Fresh Cream Semla Bun and Pain Aux Chocolat. A Vulcan Post article featuring an interview with its founders cites these gems as Konditori’s best-sellers.

Lickety and Konditori Artisan Bakery are opened by the same team behind Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro (see #3 on our list).

Address: 33 Bussorah St, Singapore 199451

Website: www.konditori.sg

Opening Hours: 10:30 am – 9 pm

 

19.  Hararu Izakaya

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Our lineup of Halal restaurants won’t be complete without a Japanese-inspired one. Dine in traditional Japanese style with tatami-seating areas and walls adorned with Japanese art. On the menu are classic Japanese barbecues like Classic Kushiyaki, i.e. assorted grilled meats and vegetables on skewers. Have a flavourful and aromatic Udon Bowl paired with your barbecue. If you fancy some drinks after work, this first Muslim-owned Halal Izakaya in Singapore also serves mocktails.

Address: 16 Bussorah St, Singapore 199437

Website: http://hararuizakaya.com/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 11pm

 

20.  Kaw Kaw SG

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Have your fill of fatty and juicy comfort food in the form of American Burgers that come with bacon bits as an option. Order a side viand of fried eggs and turkey bacon for a filling meal. If a burger is not your thing, consider tucking into a hearty pasta, salmon or steak. This is one of the Halal cafes that will indulge your love for meats.

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918

Website: http://kawkawsg.com/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 9:30 pm

 

21.  The Royals Steakhouse

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If you are searching for the most succulent top-quality steaks in Singapore, look no further. The Royals Steakhouse follows a process to ensure a tender bite when steaks are served on your table. Only chilled meats are used for best freshness and flavour. Menu choices include Australian Striploin or Ribeye and New Zealand Tenderloin. If you love your steak the Halal way, this is one of the Halal cafes that delivers top-notch indulgence.

Address: 10 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199077

Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheRoyalsSteakhouse/

Opening Hours: 1 pm – 10:30 pm

 

22.  Carousel

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If you want it all and you want it Halal, take a trip to one of the best Halal buffet restaurants in Singapore. The name Carousel fits its dizzying and dazzling buffet spread of world-inspired Halal dishes. Take your fill of Japanese, Mediterranean and Indian dishes that promise no guilt since it’s all Halal-certified. Food is guaranteed fresh and top quality.

Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza on Scotts, Singapore 228220

Website: http://carouselbuffet.com.sg/carousel/prices/

Opening Hours: 6:30 am – 9:30 pm

 

23.  IndoChili

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IndoChili serves the best Indonesian food, making it one of the best Halal restaurants in the city. Have classic Indonesian choices like Sop Buntut. Everything is delicious and authentic Indonesian. Cool off with the famous Indonesian Cendol for a relaxing sweet end to your meal.

Address: 54 Zion Road, Singapore 247779 (Opposite Great World City Shopping Mall)

Website: http://www.indochili.com/

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 10 pm

 

24.  21 On Rajah

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Have a filling Halal buffet meal at one of the more traditional Halal restaurants here. Extensive choices of Mediterranean and seafood are yours to devour. Prepare yourself for more gastronomic experiences, especially during Ramadan.

Address: 1 Jln Rajah, Days Hotel at Zhongshan Park, Singapore 329133

Website: https://www.21onrajah.com/

Opening Hours: 6 am – 10:30 pm

 

25.  Royz et Vous

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Get premium excitement for your palate with mouthwatering gastronomic dishes such as Herb-Crusted Salmon and Smoked Duck with Roasted Potatoes. Royz et Vous is made even more special with its unique selections of Halal wines, which have been dealcoholised through a special process. Royz et Vous promises to be one of those Halal cafes that will give you an exquisite culinary experience.

Address: 137 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 068602

Website: https://royzetvous.com.sg/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm (visit http://royzetvous.com.sg/our-cafes/ for specific operating hours)

 

26.  Kintamani Restaurant

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Imagine Indonesian and Balinese cuisine with a modern twist. Indulge your senses in a masterful culinary spread of exotic combinations such as Ketam Sambal or Crab in a Spicy Sauce and Peha Kambing Bakar or Grilled Lamb Leg. Enjoy many more choices at this Halal restaurant’s extensive buffet. Remember to pair your viands with luscious Glutinous Rice Cooked in Bamboo for a truly filling Asian meal.

Address: 405 Havelock Road, Level 3, Furama RiverFront Singapore, Singapore 169633

Website: https://www.facebook.com/kintamanifurama/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 10:30 pm

 

27.  Sakura International Buffet Restaurant

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Are you on a tight budget, but crave a gastronomic trip around the world? Sakura International Buffet Restaurant gives you the option of having an affordable meal with a Halal-certified spread. With an extensive menu that ranges from Japanese and Chinese to French and American dishes, there will definitely be something to satisfy you. Have a Whelk a la Bourguignonne, American Meatballs or Dim Sum. Going around the buffet table will only give you a taste of delectable flavours and no jet lag.

Address: 31 Riverside Rd, Admiralty Park, Singapore 739087

Website: https://sakuraintbuffet.com.sg/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 9:30 pm

 

28.  Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant

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Take a trip into the heart of the Mediterranean with a bite of Turkish fare. This is one of the Halal cafes here that serves delicious and affordable meals with generous portions. For authentic Ottoman fare that won’t burn a hole in your pocket, visit this cafe.

Address: 100 Beach Rd, #02-42/44, Shaw Tower, Singapore 189702

Website: https://www.facebook.com/sofra.sg/

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 9:30 pm

 

29.  AquaMarine

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Make way for every gastronomic dish the world over. Have a sampling of Eastern and Western offerings in an extensive buffet that will delight and enthrall your palate.  You can also opt for a hearty a la carte menu. Offerings include Hokkien Mee, Lamb Chop, Phad Thai, Portobello Cheeseburger and more. This is one of the Halal restaurants that guarantees a diverse culinary experience, as it presents best-loved dishes from all around the world.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4, Marina Mandarin, Singapore 039594

Website: https://www.facebook.com/AquaMarineMMS/

Opening Hours: 12 pm – 10 pm

 

30.  Straits Kitchen

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You can’t have enough of the world from a culinary viewpoint, so dig into Straits Kitchen’s extensive offerings of culinary delights that feature local favourites and some unique choices. Forget your diet for a while and entertain yourself with explosive flavours that will guarantee you taking return trips to the buffet table.

Address: 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore 228211

Website: http://www.singapore.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/straitskitchen/

Opening Hours: 6:30 –10:30 am, 12 – 2:30 pm, 6 – 10:30 pm

 

31.  The Orange Lantern

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Vietnamese pho noodles are addictive comfort food that will have you waking up in the middle of the night with cravings. You don’t need to hunt for the best Halal Vietnamese bowl of pho noodle goodness, since it is all in The Orange Lantern. Have classic beef flavours or something with an unorthodox twist to add some tasteful kick like Chilli Beef Noodle.

Address: 1 Maritime Square, #01-98, Harbourfront Centre, Singapore 099253

Website: http://www.orange-lantern.com/

Opening Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

 

32.  Time for Thai

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Thai cuisine succeeds because of its unapologetically spicy flavourings. The feel-good transmitters in your brain love everything spicy, so is it any wonder we love Thai? Have more Thai in a new Thai restaurant, Time for Thai, which serves authentic Thai dishes. Everything is Halal-certified, so go ahead and indulge yourself. Imagine yourself devouring Phad Thai, Beef Tendon Soup and Stir Fry Basil Chicken, among others.

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599739

Website: http://www.timeforthai.com.sg/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 3 am

 

33.  Padi

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Enjoy more than food with culture and food savoured the communal way. Food is eaten using your hands and shared with others. Enjoy Nasi Ambeng that features traditional dishes such as begedil or fried potato patties and ayam lemak cili padi or creamy chicken curry cooked with birds’ eye chili and beef rendang. The combination of Asian aromatics and creamy coconut make for an unforgettable meal.

Address: 53 Bussorah St, Singapore 199469

Website: https://www.facebook.com/PadiBussorah/

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

 

34.  The Great Mischief

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(Credits: thegreatmischief @ Instagram)
(Credits: thegreatmischief @ Instagram)
(Credits: thegreatmischief @ Instagram)
(Credits: thegreatmischief @ Instagram)

Have a Catalonian meal that is Halal-certified. The cafe mainly serves tapas, but it should suffice because there are 25 selections of it. Finish off your meal with mocktails. The Great Mischief promises a light and tasty meal experience that gives you room for socialising and conversations.

Address: 30 Madras St, Singapore 208423

Website: https://www.thegreatmischief.sg/

Opening Hours: 6 am – 10:30 pm

 

35.  Two Hana

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Korean and Western dishes get a flavourful fusion that promises to be unique and explosive. If you are searching for modern flavours, this cafe’s East meets West dishes include Kimchi Mac & Cheese and Crispy Fish Bap. Two Hana has just joined one of the most promising Halal cafes in Singapore, having been recently certified.

Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-21, Century Square, Singapore 529509

Website: https://www.facebook.com/TwoHanaSG/

Opening Hours: 9 am – 10:30 pm

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