10 Best Spots For Halal Pizza In Singapore - Updated 2021

halal pizza in singapore
Swadeep Singh
Swadeep Singh
Updated

One of the most beautiful places in Southeast Asia, Singapore is the only island-city-country in the world. This state has a population of more than 5.5 million people, with the count of the foreign tourists per year surpassing over three-time the local population. Singapore has many attractions, but we will talk about just halal foods for now. Thankfully, the city has about a five percent Muslim population, so finding a halal food restaurant is never hard here. For the same reason, we would also find pizzerias which serve halal pizzas. However, if you’re concerned about knowing some of these restaurants, we have indexed the best spots for halal pizza in Singapore. Scroll down to know their names.

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1. Sarpino’s Pizzeria

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We’re starting this list with Sarpino’s, a 20-year-old pizzeria on this island-city. 20 years may not seem so long, but within such a short period of time, this restaurant is now ranked among the top three pizza restaurants in Singapore. You can order here the classics, gourmet, and specialty pizzas, the topping will be 100% halal, which includes beef, chicken, and veggies. Over 20 kinds of pizzas are on the menu, and the price range is also reasonable. Sarpino’s Pizzeria runs promotional offers four days a week, and their gift-card and loyalty program is forever on.

Sarpino’s Pizzeria

Address: 419 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218666

Website: Sarpino’s Pizzeria

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

2. Pezzo Pizza

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Pezzo Pizza is a special place since they can satisfy the hunger of one type, thus you can have cravings for another. They sell slices, so instead of a regular full pizza, we can order one or all different slice of assorted types. The meat they use here is halal type, so Muslims can have the feast too.

Pezzo Pizza

Address: 200 Victoria St, B1-K04, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188024

Website: Pezzo Pizza

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

3. Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut, Cold Storage Jelita Shopping Centre, Singapore
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Pizza Hut is a renowned pizza chain, everyone knows about them as they run thousands of franchises in 84 countries. They were the early trendsetters of pizzerias in Singapore too, and since the opening day of their very first outlet in 1981, they have become the largest pizza chain on this island-country. People can expect the same signature taste with all assorted pizza types, but importantly, they have amended their way of working. South East Asia has a remarkable percentage of Muslims, and to respect their sentiments, Pizza Hut Singapore has earned a halal tag.

Pizza Hut

Address: 23 Serangoon Central 03-11/12/13 Nex Singapore 556083

Website: Pizza Hut

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (daily)

4. Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza

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Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza started their business in 1995 with just one outlet, and now they have over 28 delivery outlets in Singapore alone. As their name speaks for itself, they always offer exciting two-for-one offers. They have a wide variety of pizza types, and they also sell muffins, sides, and beverages. But most importantly, they accept orders 24/7, and they are halal.

Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza

Address: 168 Punggol Field Punggol Plaza Singapore 820168

Website: Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza

Opening hours: 8am - 10pm (daily)

5. Dominos

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Domino’s is another favorite pizzeria. It started its journey from the US over 50 years ago, and we now have over 8700 Dominos worldwide. To respect the ethnicity of the locals of Southeast Asia, as the number of Muslims are more here, Dominos Singapore has changed themselves into a halal pizza house. They offer vast varieties of sauce and toppings, and they even have seafood toppings with them here. The rates are quite reasonable, Dominoes is worth going multiple times.

Dominos

Address: Blk 462 Tampines St 44 01-76, Singapore 520462

Website: Dominos

Opening hours: 10:30am - 11:00pm (daily)

6. The Haven Pizza

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The Haven Pizza is one affordable halal pizza house of this city. They started this business as selling pizzas in school campuses, and when they became famous, they had to open a full-scale store. You have to taste the flavor to know why they became people’s favorite. They offer assorted types of pizza in 10-inch regular and 14-inch extra large size pizzas, and when you come here, don’t forget to order their Kampong 18 salt baked chicken.

The Haven Pizza

Address: 8A Admiralty Street, 03-41, [email protected], Singapore 757437

Website: The Haven Pizza

Opening hours: 10am - 9pm (daily)

7. Pizza Boy

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Pizza Boy at Junction 10 is students’ favorite pizza spot, the reason is obvious as it’s an extremely affordable pizza house. The delicious pizza+drink combo starts here with as low as 5 USD. It’s a brand new restaurant and just got its halal certification. In addition to the halal pizzas, you can also get vegetarian and some Mexican meals. But if you’re not in a situation to visit Pizza Boy, they have got you covered with delivery options too.

Pizza Boy

Address: 01-09 Wis at Changi, 116 Changi Road, Singapore 419718

Website: Pizza Boy

Opening hours: 11:00am - 9:30pm (daily)

8. Rite Pizza

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If your stomach repeatedly feels heavy after a pizza treat, Rite Pizza should be the right option to try. They love to be named as the healthier pizza shop on the island. They use less oil as compared to conventional pan pizzas, they have new dough on a new day, and they also shred only low-fat cheese. Rite Pizza is a halal pizzeria, and they have beef, chicken, turkey, and vegetables as the option. Meat Supreme is their signature pizza, it’s a must try.

Rite Pizza

Address: Blk 325 Woodlands St 32 01-137, Singapore 730325

Website: Rite Pizza

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

9. Gourmet Pizza To Go

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Gourmet Pizza To Go is another affordable Italian style pizza house in the city, but wait, they also offer you 50% extra discount on next pizzas. This bonus scheme will be useful while dining out with friends and family. They offer round and square shaped pizza, combos and side orders. The restaurant is halal certified, and they have takeaway and delivery options too.

Gourmet Pizza To Go

Address: 01-43 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl, Singapore 397628

Website: Gourmet Pizza To Go

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

10. Pizza Arc

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Get hot and delicious halal-certified high-quality pizza pies no matter where you are in Singapore. Pizza Arc, a takeaway and delivery pizzeria, offers you a wide range of pizza varieties that include Hawaiian, pepperoni, all-meat, all-cheese, veggie, seafood, and more! Get their equally scrumptious sides for only 2 USD on their Monday Tuesday Special! If you’re having a party, their promo bundles will surely give you great pizza deals. They do island-wide delivery, too!

Pizza Arc

Address: 236 Yishun Ring Rd, #01-1020, Singapore 760236

Website: Pizza Arc

Opening hours: Thu - Tue: 11am - 2:30pm; 5pm - 9:30pm (closed on Wed)

Enjoy sumptuous halal pizza

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Tantalize your taste buds by trying out the pizzas at the halal joints on our list above. With a large number of choices in Singapore, you’ll be able to satisfy your craving for this world-renowned treat. Check out our recommendations above and have a wonderful trip to Singapore.

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Nicknamed Bobby, Swadeep Singh is a businessman since 2013, but he has forever been a writer. Traveling places never makes him exhausted, that is why he never say no to any travel plan. If he’s not...Read more

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