Halal Korean Restaurants in Singapore to Break Fast At

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 Julia Lachica 

With Ramadan approaching, deciding where to break fast will be the talk of every friend group and family. Join in the Hallyu wave by dining into these Halal Korean restaurants, that will surely bring the heat to the table. Here is a list of halal Korean restaurants for you and your friends to visit to break fast at.

1. Jinjja Chicken

Let’s start off with one of Korea’s favourite past-time foodies. Fried Chicken. Koreans have their fair share fried chicken varieties such as Soy Garlic and Yangnyeom (Spicy seasoned chicken).

Jinjja Chicken is one of the few halal Korean chicken outlets in Singapore. With their well-known seasoned fried chicken varieties, Jinjja Chicken also offers other Korean delicacies such as Kimbap, Myeon (noodles), Bap set (rice set) and many more.

Complete your meal with some Bingsu (Shaved ice) with delicious toppings such as oreo crush and strawberries.





249 Victoria St, Singapore 188034


Sunday – Thursday 11AM–10PM

Friday – Saturday 11AM–11:30PM

2. Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant

Conduct your own Muk-Bang (eating show) in the Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant. From the ambience to the authentic traditional Korean dishes to the variety of Korean soda’s, this restaurant has the Korean dining experience to a tee.

With the famous Buddae Jiggae (Army Stew) as part of their menu, it is sure to heat up your Muk-Bang! Elevate your meal with some iconic side dishes such as tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cake) and some kimchi pancakes.

Not a fan of the heat? Not to worry, Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant offers bibimbap that is also insta-worthy!




750 Chai Chee Road, 469000


Daily 11AM–10PM

3. DoSiRak

Good things come in small packages. DoSiRak serves their dishes in pints and has adopted the DIY (Do It Yourself) concept. DoSiRak also focuses on healthy and nutritious dishes so they have a wide variety of veggies to choose from.

Vegetables and proteins are cooked without MSG and refined sugars so that your healthy pint-sized meal stays as natural and nutritious as much as possible.




Credit: @dosiraksg on Instagram


6A Shenton Way, OUE Downtown Gallery, #01-44, 068815


Monday – Friday 11AM–8PM

Saturday 11AM -3.30PM

Sunday Closed

4. Mukshidonna Singapore

Heat thing up with some Buddae Jiggae topped your favourite toppings! Go to Mukshidonna to Muk (eat), Shi (rest), Don (pay), Na (leave). It’s a one stop shop for a quick army stew meal.

Still have room for more after the army stew? Leave some stew behind so the staff can whip you up with fried rice with seaweed and sweet corn!

It’s a guarantee that you will be leaving this place full and satisfied!


Credit: @elainegirlgirl on Instagram



1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599


Daily 11.30AM–10PM

5. Food Lovers Only (FLO)

Afraid of stepping out of your comfort zone but still want to try out some Korean dishes? Fear not my friends because Food Lovers Only serves Korean dishes with a western twist.

Try out their Bulgogi Sandwich or Korean inspired marinated chicken, it will give you the fix you need! Pair your meal with their Iced Butterscotch Roasted Almond Latte for a bit of a caffeine shake to get you through the rest of the evening with your friends and family!

Credit: @flo.foodloversonly on Instagram
Credit: @flo.foodloversonly on Instagram
Credit: @flo.foodloversonly on Instagram
Credit: @flo.foodloversonly on Instagram
Credit: @flo.foodloversonly on Instagram







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