11 Best Spots For Halal Breakfast In Singapore

halal breakfast in singapore

Located in Southeast Asia, the city-state of Singapore is composed of one main island and a plethora of small islets. Today Singapore is a modern metropolis and an international hub for many industries, from finance to entertainment to tourism. On top of that, it’s also an incredible culturally diverse city. Singapore has four official languages and the most religious diversity in the world. This diversity has also led to the birth of a flourishing food industry. Today we’ve put together a list of our best spots for a halal breakfast in Singapore, so read on and prepare to fill your tummy with a delicious morning meal.

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1. Fika

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Fika is a Swedish cafe, owned by a Swedish and Singaporean duo. They serve up traditional Swedish food to Singaporeans, which also happens to be halal. With warm wood and sleek furniture, the cafe certainly has a Scandinavian vibe to it. From seasonal dishes to pastries and coffee, they invite you to take a break and spend some time with friends. Their menu changes seasonally, but breakfast dishes include waffles and rye crispbread with various toppings. They’ve also got a great selection of coffees and teas to wake you up in the morning.


Address: 257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539

Website: Fika

Opening hours: Sun - Thurs: 11am - 10pm; Fri - Sat: 11am - 11pm

2. Penny University

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If your main priority at breakfast is a good cup of coffee, then you must try out Penny University. This artisanal cafe sources their beans from local roasters, so you’re sure to get an excellent cup of joe. They also serve up a nice range of breakfast dishes. If you want a large meal, go for something filling like the Full English platter. Lighter options include smoothie bowls and vanilla-infused yogurt. And of course, they’ve got plenty of cakes if you’d like something sweet with your coffee. Penny University is a Muslim-owned business, so you can be sure your meal will be halal.

Penny University

Address: 402 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428997

Website: Penny University

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 8:30am - 6pm; Fri - Sat: 8:30am - 10:30pm; Sun: 8:30am - 7pm

3. The Halia

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Ginger-lovers will feel right at home at Malia. Malia is actually Malay for ginger, and the restaurant is situated right in the middle of the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Ginger Garden. With full glass windows surrounding the restaurant, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the 250 ginger species planted outside. Many of their breakfast dishes feature, of course, the ginger! This includes the smashed avocado on sourdough and the chili crab eggs. They even have a coffee with ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon as some of its ingredients. On the weekends you can indulge in their brunch menu. Their menu is halal-certified and they offer plenty of options for the veggies out there too.

The Halia

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

Website: The Halia

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 9am - 9:30pm; Fri: 9am - 10pm; Sat: 10am - 10pm; Sun: 10am - 9:30pm

4. (working title) Burger Bar (from USD 14.0)

(working title) Burger Bar initially planned to serve up only breakfast and brunch, but before they knew it, they were dishing out burgers as well. But don’t let the fact that they focus on burgers put you off - they still serve up a mean breakfast complete with artisanal coffee. Enjoy classics like French toast or the American favorite chicken and waffles. With its modern decor and cool wall art, you can enjoy a delicious halal breakfast at this very Instagrammable cafe.

(working title) Burger Bar

Address: 783 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198751

Website: working title - Burger Bar

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 12pm - 10pm; Sat: 10am - 11pm; Sun: 10am - 10pm

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5. The Bravery Cafe

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With rustic decor and soft lighting, the halal-friendly Bravery Cafe invites you to relax and enjoy some time chilling out with friends and family. They serve an all-day breakfast, where you can indulge in dishes like pancakes, guacamole and eggs, and an omelet. They also have an excellent coffee menu, including their specialty, the lavender latte.

The Bravery Cafe

Address: 66 Horne Rd, Singapore 209073

Website: The Bravery Cafe

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 9am - 6pm; Fri - Sat: 9am - 10pm (closed on Tue)

6. The Malayan Council

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The Malayan Council is a Muslim-owned cafe specializing in halal-fusion dishes of Malaysian and western origin. With soft lighting and a quiet ambiance, guests are invited to relax and enjoy the food. Their brunch menu is served daily until 4 pm, so breakfast lovers can enjoy their favorites well into the day. Try the Malayan breakfast, which features sausage, bacon, and scrambled eggs with veggies, beans, and toast. You can also go for the eggs benedict. They’ve also got a large selection of coffees to wake you up!

The Malayan Council

Address: 71 Bussorah St, Singapore 199484

Website: The Malayan Council

Opening hours: 11:30am - 11pm (daily)

7. StraitsKitchen

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Located in the Grand Hyatt Singapore hotel, StraitsKitchen offers a halal-certified buffet. You can go for typical western breakfast foods like cereal, porridge, or pastries. Or go for something more savory, like the roti prata or mie goreng. They also serve up tea and coffee, and a variety of fruit juices.


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

Website: StraitsKitchen

Opening hours: 6:30am - 10:30am, 12pm - 2:30pm, 6:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

8. AJ Delights

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If you’re a fan of baked sweet goods, you must try out AJ Delights. It was started by two home bakers, who operate out of a stall in the Alexandra Food Village Centre. Each morning they serve up a selection of freshly baked muffins, and they’re all halal certified. They’ve got a variety of flavors, including walnut banana vanilla, cookies n creme, and raspberry streusel. One bite of these moist, soft muffins will have you craving for another!

AJ Delights

Address: Blk 120, Bukit Merah Lane, #01-82, Alexandra Village Food Centre, Singapore 150120

Website: AJ Delights

Opening hours: Tue - Sat: 9am - 6:30pm (closed on Sun & Mon)

9. Flavour Flings

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Flavour Flings is an Instagram-worthy cafe known for shaking up Singapore’s breakfast scene. They created the nation’s first salted egg yolk croissant, and they’ve even got a croissant that is covered in melted Swiss raclette cheese. Talk about mouth-watering! You can also go for something a bit more standard like the turkey, ham and cheese croissant. All the ingredients they use to prepare their dishes are halal. For a unique and filling breakfast, this is the place to go.

Flavour Flings

Address: Blk, 121 Hougang Ave 1, Singapore 530121

Website: Flavour Flings

Opening hours: Thu - Mon: 11:30am - 4pm, 5:30 - 10pm; Wed: 5:30pm - 10pm (closed on Tue)

10. All Things Delicious

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All Things Delicious started out in its owner, Mel’s small kitchen. With a hand mixer and some elbow grease, she started baking sweet treats. Now, she owns a bustling halal-friendly cafe which still serves up plenty of sweet treats. If you fancy something more than a slice of cake, you can go for one of the all-day breakfast options. Their menu includes avocado on sourdough, shakshouka, and the hearty breakfast which includes eggs, chicken sausages, veggies, and toast. And of course, you can wash it down with a nice cup of coffee.

All Things Delicious

Address: 34 Arab St, Singapore 199733

Website: All Things Delicious

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 8am - 7pm (closed on Mon)

Plenty of halal breakfasts in Singapore

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With so many restaurants to choose from, it’s easy to find a halal breakfast in Singapore. Whether you want something Scandinavian, American, or just want to focus on a good cup of coffee, there’s something for you. So hit that alarm clock and head out to your favorite breakfast spot!

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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