22 April marks this year’s Eid Al-Fitr, or the end of Ramadan for our Muslim brothers and sisters. On this occasion, families finally break their month-long fast coupled with introspection, prayers, and charity and come together and say cheers to another exciting and fruitful year ahead. And since food is at the heart of every celebration, we’ve rounded up halal restaurants in Singapore where you and your family can toast and dine to the end of Ramadan.
PastaMania offers a Ramadan Family Feast for four (SGD60) until 30 April 2023. This set consists of one chilli seafood pasta, one roti john barbeque chicken pizza, a choice of two pasta dishes (take your pick from chilli seafood pasta, otah aglio, kecap manis chicken bacon, prawn aglio, beef meatballs, vongole, truffle trio and alfredo), two rainbow brownies, and four beverages.
Individual diners can also enjoy the Sedap Ramadan Combo meal (SGD18), which comes with a choice of one main (chilli seafood pasta or 7-inch roti john barbeque chicken pizza), one drink, and one rainbow brownie for dessert.
P.S. For the occasion, PastaMania invites customers to donate SGD5, 10, or 20 when they dine in-store for the non-profit social organisation Badan Agama dan Pelajaran Radin Mas (BAPA), which ensures the welfare of Muslim families in need. The total amount donated will be matched by PastaMania and will be converted into Ramadan food bundles to be given out to selected BAPA beneficiaries.
Permata offers a modern take on Nusantara cuisine, featuring a twist on favourites from Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, and other parts of Asia. The Iftar Buffet, curated by local celebrity chef Mel Dean, features stations dedicated to seafood, meat, sweets, and more, with notable dishes like kerabu raden ayu, mee maidin, rawon risotto, and more.
From now until 30 April, avail of their 1-on-1 promo using code IFTAR2023 to enjoy their Iftar Buffet at SGD88++ for two adults. Kids below eight years old also dine for free.
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This restaurant is Singapore’s first-ever halal omakase establishment, offering Japanese-fusion cuisine that will surely leave you hungry for more with every visit. For the occasion, they are offering an eight-course omakase (chef’s choice) experience. This Ramadan exclusive offer is priced at SGD98++ per person and can be availed of until 21 April, “excluding the eve of/ and public holidays”.
Pre-orders are required upon reservation. Indicate ‘Omakase Menu’ on the additional notes upon booking.
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4. Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant
Sofra brings back their Ramadan Buffet (SGD36++ per adult and SGD18++ for children) until 21 April. The menu consists of over 10 dishes combining starters and mains. Some must-tries are doner chicken & lamb, firin kofte lamb, and bihter kebab. The buffet also includes Turkish rice as a side, classic baklava and asure for dessert, and two choices of beverages. Their a la carte menu is also available for small eaters.
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5. Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard
From now until 21 April, Holiday Inn Singapore offers their affordable yet satisfying Santapan Ramadan buffet. Start with the Malay traditional ulam salad and follow it up with some ayam bakar sambal kicap. Make sure you don’t miss their lamb chop rendang kerisik sauce and the chef's recommendation, hot pengat pisang with sago.
The buffet is SGD73++ per adult person and SGD40++ for kids on Mondays to Thursdays and SGD83++ per adult person and SGD43++ for kids on Fridays to Sundays.
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From now until 21 April, you can feast on sushi, sashimi, kampung kerabu with prawn or squid, ribeye steak, and more on 21 On Rajah. They also have a DIY rojak station, as well as delicious servings of hummus, baba ganoush, pita, and lavosh. Book it at SGD62++ per person and SGD31++ per child.
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M Hotel Singapore’s The Buffet has a special Ramadan hot pot feast until 23 April priced at SGD58++ per person. Take your pick from rich collagen broth, Singapore laksa, and Sichuan mala as your soup base. Complete your hot pot with their wide selection of seafood, meat, and other premium ingredients. Add on some oxtail asam pedas, bubur lambuk, or fried cempedak to complement your meal.
Avail of the buffet for SGD58++ from Sundays to Thursdays and SGD68++ during Fridays and Saturdays.
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8. J5 at Jen Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La
Craving for some halal Asian food to celebrate the end of your Ramadan fast? Try out Jen Singapore Tanglin’s tom yum seafood hotpot, hameul pajeon, and maybe even some tteokbboki, along with other Asian faves from their Iftar buffet.
Enjoy their scrumptious selection until 21 April for SGD98++ per person and SGD49++ for kids aged 6 to 11.
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9. Kintamani in Furama Riverfront
Feast on authentic Indonesian and Malay cuisine at Kintamani. Try out their baked seabass fillet with Thai chilli sauce, fried prawn fritters, black pepper crab, roasted whole chicken with spices and sweet dates, and other mouthwatering dishes to really celebrate the festivities with a bang.
From now until 21 April, they’re offering a big discount for the occasion, with their buffet prices at SGD38++ to 42++ per person from Mondays to Thursdays and SGD41++ to 45++ per person from Fridays to Sundays. Children from 6 to 12 years old also get a 40% discount and seniors above 60 years old enjoy 30% off!
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Stop by Shabestan for your post-Ramadan celebration in Singapore to try their six-course menu. They’re known for their premium halal meats complemented with high-quality spices and ingredients, delivering authentic Persian flavours to your table.
Enjoy garlic yoghurt chicken, samak mashwiun, or halabi kebab for your mains. Indulge in the rich flavours of sparrow tongue soup, known for its medicinal properties. Wrap up the meal with sweet kanafih bialayis karim, kunafa, and ice cream for dessert. All these and more for SGD199++ per person.
(Photo from: @shabestan.sg)