Feasts On These 8 Best Halal Restaurants Around Sentosa Island

A trip around the island wouldn’t be complete without these…
By: Aqilah Najwa Jamaluddin
August 30, 2022

Sentosa, an estimated 15 minute drive from Singapore, is host to some of the country’s most popular landmarks, including Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove Waterpark, SEA Aquarium, and numerous others. But don’t be fooled by the island though,  Sentosa may be tiny, but it’s not short on their gastronomical options

If you’re a Muslim tourist, don’t worry; there are a few Halal restaurants scattered over the island. Below, Glitz selected 8 of the top eateries to feast on—whether you choose to enjoy the day on the island or resting by the waters at Harbourfront, you cannot miss to try these yummy eateries. 

Best Halal Restaurants Around Sentosa Island

1. Kampung Nasi Lemak

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There are a handful of Halal food vendors on Malaysian food strips that provide Malay, Indian, and Middle Eastern delicacies. The Nasi Lemak at Kampung Nasi Lemak is an amazing must-try. This favourite breakfast meal is often regarded as a Malaysian dish, although it is also common in Singapore, where it is offered with fried eggs rather than hard boiled eggs. However, the prices here are slightly higher than those at other Singapore hawker centres, so bring some extra cash.

Address: Resorts World Sentosa Gateway, Waterfront, Level 1, Singapore 098269

Contact Information: N/A

Operating Hours: Monday-Sunday, 11am-8pm | Closed on Tuesday

2. Good Old Days Food Court

If you’re staying nearby Siloso Beach, have lunch at Good Old Days Food Court for the finest in Singaporean cuisine. The restaurant serves a broad selection of regional cuisines to suit all tastes, as well as sweets to please your sweet craving. Try their hallmark specialties, including Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chinese Double Boiled Black Chicken Soup, and Fusion Hainanese Chicken Chop, as halal versions are difficult to find anywhere. For the youngsters, they also provide Western foods such as fish and chips.

Address: 60 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 09899

Contact Information: +65 6361 0088

Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-10pm

3. Roost

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Roost, which serves Asian food, is an underappreciated cafe in the area that many people are unaware of. Everyone can feast their famous Nasi Lemak with Chicken Rendang coupled with chicken rice. Other than that, don’t forget to try their other Asian cuisine like Nyonya Laksa, Tom Yum Fried Kway Teow, and other dishes. Desserts such as Durian Creme Brulee and Nanyang Coffee Panna Cotta are available after your meal.

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa (The Forum) #B1-221, Singapore 098138, Singapore 098138

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Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-9pm

4. Thaksin Beef Noodles

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Thaksin Beef Noodles serves Thai food in Seah Im Food Centre, which is next to Singapore’s largest mall, VivoCity, and Sentosa Island. This is one of two Thaksin Beef Noodle stalls in Singapore. Locals know that the hawker stall delivers the greatest authentic Thai beef noodles and Pad Thai at reasonable costs. Thaksin, a well-known Thai politician, inspired the stall’s name.

Address: 21 Media Cir., #01 03A, Singapore 138562

Contact Information: N/A

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 7.30am-4.30pm | Closed on weekends

5. Streats Asian Cafe

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Streats Asian Cafe serves over hundreds of popular Asian dishes, including Chinese noodles, rice, and dim sum, as well as Indonesian fried noodle, ikan penyet, and beef rendang. If you like Western cuisine, they also provide Western burgers, spaghetti, and set dinners for everyone to savour.

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-205, Singapore 098138

Contact Information: +65 6570 0420

Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-10pm

6. BaliThai

If you can’t decide between Indonesian and Thai food, go to BaliThai, an Indo-Thai eatery that offers different ethnic selections as well as a mashup menu. BaliThai also provides rather hot food, which is great news for chilli connoisseurs. Enjoy a broad variety of favourites such as Pad Thai, Green Curry, Pineapple Fried Rice, Tahu Telur, Tomyam, and much more in a calm restaurant atmosphere that is especially ideal for evening outings.

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-205, Singapore 098138

Contact Information: +65 6570 0420

Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-10pm

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7. Oasis Spice Cafe

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If you’re yearning for Middle Eastern cuisine, go to Oasis Spice Cafe in Ancient Egypt, USS. It is not just air-conditioned, but it also has an Egyptian-themed idea that compliments the meal nicely. The eatery also has a wide dining area that is ideal for large parties or those seeking to get away from the blazing sun for a while. Our favourite food on the menu has to be the Butter Chicken Biryani Rice. This is one unusual theme park cuisine that you won’t find anyplace else. It’s flavorful with a tinge of spice.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Contact Information: +65 6577 8888

Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-10pm

8. Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court

What good is a tourist attraction in Singapore if it cannot provide local cuisine? Head to Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court for Halal Asian classics including Nasi Lemak and Satay, which are popular in Malaysia. Also, the food offered at Marty’s, especially the Kid meals, comes with plate-sized amounts, so it’s well worth it. Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court also serves vegetarian fare.

Address: 30 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Contact Information:  +65 6577 8888

Operating Hours: Everyday, 11am-10pm

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