Tag: Halal


LePak At Rayz - Halal Hipster Bistro Café With Western Favourites And Asian Delights, At Bussorah Street

A hipster bistro café LePak At Rayz has opened at Bussorah Street, a short walk away from Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan). It looks set to be the next popular dining spot among Muslim friends. Fans of Rayz Bistro from Selegie Road should be familiar with its offering, as the place has moved over with more affordable pricing. The Halal dining place seems to be able to capture the sweet spot with the provision of Western favourites and Asian comfort food, in an almost-hipster environment. Several of the dishes did remind me of Spize though. I previously thought that the......

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Haráru Izakaya - 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya – 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya has indicated that it is the 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, boosting of a modern ‘bar’ with tatami dining experience. Even though the Japanese word “izakaya” 居酒屋 technically represents a casual gastropub, there is NO ALCOHOL sold at Haráru Izakaya. Only mocktails, flavoured sodas, dealcoholized wines,...

May 09, 2017
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Jinjja Chicken – Mouth-Watering Korean Fried Chicken, Jjajjamyeon, Tteokbokki Fries. 진짜!

Jinjja Chicken – Mouth-Watering Korean Fried Chicken, Jjajjamyeon, Tteokbokki Fries. 진짜!

Jinjja? 진짜! Singapore has seen another Korean Fried Chicken shop, this time conspicuously located at Bugis Village, a fast food concept offering restaurant-quality Korean food. Think Jjajangmyeon (black soybean paste noodles), Seafood Jjamppong (rich spicy soup noodle), Mandu (dumplings) and Korean Bingsu (shaved ice dessert). Everything, all in one...

November 05, 2015
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