Tag: Halal


Cinnamoroll Café - Kawaii Puppy Burgers, Waffles And Fantasy Parfaits. Halal Certified

Cinnamoroll and Sanrio fans alert. Japanese character Cinnamoroll シナモロール has floated into Singapore and landed at Kumoya at 8 Jalan Klapa, for a pop-up café collaboration from 17 May 2017 to 13 August 2017. For those who are not so into Sanrio, Cinnamon is a white puppy with long ears, blue eyes, pink cheeks, and a plump and curly tail (not the butt) that resembles a cinnamon roll. The collaboration with Kumoya, Singapore’s Halal-certified Japanese-French dessert café is to mark Cinnamoroll’s 15th anniversary. (Click PLAY for highlights of Cinnamoroll Café.) While Cinnamoroll may not have reached the fame status......

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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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