These Are The Best Halal Healthy Food Eateries In Singapore

Eateries that serve healthy dishes that are also certified Halal
By: Nina Shahriman
December 16, 2021

Living in Singapore, you will never run out of options when searching for delicious food. However, as a Muslim who’s also a fit nut, I’ve run into a similar problem one too many times is searching for a halal restaurant that dishes amazing healthy food. With that, Glitz has come up with a helpful list of eateries that serve healthy dishes that are also certified Halal. If you’re interested, read on to learn more.

1. Santap

Address16 Madras St, Singapore 208413
Operating hours
Contact+65 8768 0460

Santap, a new addition from The Black Hole company, is a highlighted option on our list of halal restaurants in Singapore. Working Title, The Mad Sailors, and Afterwit are just a few of the popular Halal cafés they’ve opened. If you’ve been anxious about where to obtain nutritious Halal cuisine in Singapore, you shouldn’t be.

This modern café at The Daulat Hotel is designed with plenty of greenery and provides a very healthy-looking cuisine that is suited for all-day dining. You can look forward to great-tasting foods like rice bowls, sandwiches, and even pizzas that are suitable for the health-conscious, in addition to the comfortable atmosphere provided in the hotel.

2. All Things Delicious

Address34 Arab St, #01-01, Singapore 199733
Operating hoursEvery day (8am – 7pm)
Contact+65 6291 4252

All Things Delicious is a halal-certified bakery-café set in a conservation shophouse in the centre of Kampung Gelam, a dynamic street scene with a rich cultural past. All Things Delicious, which opened in 2013, is recognised for its signature baked pastries as well as chef-prepared comfort dishes. Their Soy-Glazed Salmon Rice Bowl is our favourite of theirs. On Japanese rice, a salmon fillet is served with miso-braised Shimeji, avocado, cherry tomatoes, soft-yolk cooked egg, sesame seeds, and a soy-balsamic reduction.

3. Poke Theory

Address16 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049318
Operating hoursWeekday (10am – 8pm), Weekend (Closed)

Poke Theory is a new, young, and elegant eatery on Boon Tat Street that specialises in Poke, one of Hawaii’s most well-known meals, as well as other healthy, all-natural items. Customers put their orders at the bar at the entrance of Poke Theory, which is open to the public.

Water, silverware, and additional sauces are all available for purchase. There is no tax, so if you enjoy the service, remember to leave a tip in the jar. Many people appreciated the “build-your-own-bowl” approach, which resulted in a colourful and tasty bowl of poke.

4. Lean Bento

Address1 Irving Pl, #03-01, Singapore 369546
Operating hoursWeekday (10am – 5:30pm), Weekend (Closed)
Contact+65 6750 4504

Lean Bento is a halal eatery in Singapore that serves high-quality, nutritious food that is appropriate for health-conscious individuals. All meal is made according to their commitment, with the highest levels of hygiene and healthful ingredients. Whether you stop by for breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch, or a quick cup of coffee or tea, you can expect a high-protein, low-calorie meal that is also incredibly appealing to the palate. On their menu, you’ll discover a variety of nutritious cuisine alternatives such as waffle toasts, sandwiches, wraps, and traditional Japanese Bento lunches.

You should also try their Matcha Tea Ninja Protein Muffins, which are incredibly inventive dessert alternatives. They also have a variety of cookies in Matcha, Dark Cacao, and Charcoal Sesame flavours, which are great for nibbling throughout the day.


Address01 Changi Business Park Cres, Singapore 486005
Operating hoursWeekday (9am – 7:30pm), Weekend (Closed)

YOLO is the invention of Alexis Bauduin, a smart entrepreneur who wants to change people’s perceptions of healthy cuisine from “boring, tasteless, and costly” to “fun, inexpensive, and fully pleasant.” In Singapore, this eatery with the tagline #EATYOURGOALS is quickly gaining popularity. This is due to their unique menu selections, which allow you to organise your meals based on your dietary objectives in broad categories.

If you look at YOLO’s menu, you’ll see that there are a lot of unique options. Because it is made with the popular local ingredient coconut milk or ‘santan’, the bestseller Asian Green and Coconut Chicken with Brown Rice & Veggies is a must-try for any Singaporean. On their menu, healthy substitutions abound; for example, the Cauliflower “Fried Rice” with Chicken & Veggies uses pulsed and baked cauliflower instead of rice.

6. Simply Wrapps

Address252 North Bridge Rd, B1-60, Singapore 179103
Operating hoursEvery day (11am – 7:45pm)
Contact+65 6337 3542

Simply Wrapps is one of Singapore’s greatest cafés for health-conscious people. You won’t have to feel bad about nibbling on delicious cuisine because everything is accessible at Simply Wrapps. It has been refined to provide the highest nutritional content, ensuring that your body remains healthy. The team behind this enterprise has put a lot of effort into it, and after significant travel throughout the world, they have researched how to bring many cuisines to life to make extremely healthy meals and beverages that are both inexpensive and accessible to everyone.

Their menu includes a variety of tasty wraps, salads, Quesadillas, and Burritos. These highly nutritious meal choices are wonderfully complemented by similarly beneficial cold press juices and hot organic drinks that will keep you feeling energised throughout the day. This is a terrific alternative for every Muslim to try out as Singapore’s first MUIS Halal Certified Salad and Wrap Cafe business. Once you’ve done that, there’s a good possibility you’ll become one of their regulars.

7. DoSiRak

Address6A Shenton Way, #01-44 OUE Downtown Gallery, Singapore 068815
Operating hoursWeekday (11am – 5pm), Weekend (Closed)
Contact+65 9232 0081

A solid workout is an important component of living a healthy lifestyle. Any excellent workout, however, must be accompanied by a balanced eating plan. DoSiRak believes in providing a well-balanced meal that includes carbohydrates, proteins, and veggies, resulting in ‘Food With Value.’ If you think fast food can’t be healthy, you should try one of DoSiRak’s many selections.

Cured Salmon, Soy Sesame Chicken with Brown Rice, and Kimchi Tofu with Short Grain Rice are some of their hallmark dishes. They are also highly nutritious because they are prepared entirely of fresh ingredients and do not contain any flavour enhancers such as MSG or processed sugar.