27 Halal Cafes In Singapore For Your Brunch Hangout With Your Friends


Faruq Senin •  Dec 29, 2022

Nothing beats waking up to Eggs Benedict, Full English Breakfast or a latte. That's why we've rounded up these 27 halal cafes in Singapore that are perfect for brunch or breakfast hangouts with a buddy or your partner!

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1. The Malayan Council

Brunch with a Western-Malaya fusion twist? Count us in because it’s time for a scrumptious brunch from The Malayan Council ? From brunch classics such as Eggs Benedict and Grand Malayan Breakfast of bacon slices, sausages and more to heartier options such as Roti Kirai Beef Ribs, Wagyu Burger, and more, it’s a unique brunch affair like no other ? Here’s something special that we’re sure will get you dragging yourself out of your beds on weekend mornings: enjoy 10% off your meals at any of TMC’s 4 outlets (Winstedt, Dunlop, Esplanade and Bussorah) across the island! ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address & opening hours: Multiple outlets, do check their website for more information

Book your Chope voucher here

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2. Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro

From getting your Swedish meatballs fix to other fascinating dishes like Panbiff (homemade beef patties with mashed potatoes), Fika gives you a taste of authentic and halal Swedish cuisine for brunch. Their All Day Breakfast menu consists of the Fika Breakfast and Breakfast Waffle - this one has buttermilk waffle with bacon mushroom compote and sausages. Definitely something we'd eat for brunch! Don't miss out on Swedish pancakes and apple crumble pie for that dash of sweetness.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs, Sun (11am-9pm), Fri-Sat (11am-11pm)

Contact: 6396 9096

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P.S. Check out these 23 halal cafes and restaurants in Kampong Gelam that you should try!

3. I Am...

I Am... is probably one of the first halal cafes to have popped up a few years ago and kickstarted the cafe trend in Singapore that we have in 2022 today. Its location right at the start of Haji Lane reflects its vibrant and energetic space. And its alfresco-style seating is perfect for a weekend morning out ? With halal brunch till 4PM, be sure to order The Cast Iron, loaded with baked beans, sausages, beef bacon, sautéed mushrooms and more. You can also tuck into mouth-watering Portobello Benedict (eggs benedict with Portobello mushrooms!) or yummy Egg Florentine and Smoked Salmon. Order their Dutch blend brewed coffee for a pick-me-up too!

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 674 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188804 (junction of Haji Lane)

Opening hours: Tues-Thurs, Sun (11am-10pm); Fri-Sat (11am-10.30pm); closed on Mondays

Contact: 6295 5509

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P.S. Are you missing your favourite bakeries too? Be sure to check out these halal bakeries in Singapore!

4. Flavour Flings

Flavour Flings in Hougang is known for their creative inventions like the first halal raclette cheese in Singapore, salted egg yolk croissant and milo-coated chicken! But they also serve up delectable all-day halal brunch fare. Take your pick from Butter Croissant or their Dirty Benny, a unique twist to your typical Eggs Benedict. If you want the best of everything, get their Machamp's Breakfast which has both sausages/scrambled eggs and pancakes with honey and butter!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 121 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1348, Singapore 530121

Opening hours: 11.30am–4pm, 5.30pm–10pm (Mon, Thurs-Sun); 5.230pm-10pm (Wed); closed on Tuesdays

Contact: 6286 0051


P.S. For more food options in the area, check out our halal food guide to Hougang, Sengkang and Punggol!

5. Dutch Colony Coffee Co.

This gorgeous cafe will definitely become your next favourite brunch hangout! Dutch Colony Coffee Co. is run by the Dutch Colony Coffee Company which also has a roastery and coffee academy in Singapore. Their Western and local fusion dishes are plated to perfection, and they're most known for their all-day breakfasts! Try the House Pancakes, Shabsouka & Soft-Boiled Egg Toast, and Rosemary Sweet Potato Fries first. Then everything else second. They also have a smaller outlet near Fort Canning Park in Singapore's Civic District - though the menu is smaller, it's a great place for a mid-day brunch in the city.

Halal status: We've confirmed with a Director in the company that the company is partially Muslim-owned, and all espresso brands are halal-certified by MUIS. All ingredients used across all outlets are halal-certified, and items including cakes and pastries are from halal-certified kitchens and/or halal-certified sources. No alcohol, pork, or lard is served at all. We recommend that you dine at your own discretion.

Address & opening hours: Multiple outlets, click here for more information.

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P.S. Don't forget to check out our halal food guide to Bedok!

6. Limaa Cafe

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Once a cozy hideout along Haji Lane, Limaa Cafe has now relocated to a new space at Golden Landmark. Their Limaa Deluxe has pancakes with scrambled eggs, rendang chicken breast and sauteed mushrooms - just the perfect blend of sweet and savoury you'd need! For those of you with a sweet tooth, their Pancakes (made from scratch!) or French Toast with caramelised bananas will satisfy your cravings.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 390 Victoria Street #02-21 Golden Landmark, 188061

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (9.30am–5pm); Sat (9.30am-4pm); closed on Sundays


P.S. Meeting your friends for tea instead? Check out these top 15 spots for afternoon tea!

7. All Things Delicious

All Things Delicious wins us over with its freshly-baked goods, hearty breakfast sets and the most delicious rice bowls! They serve up an all-day breakfast (until 6PM) that includes the unique Shashouka (a North African stew), and their Wholesome, Hearty or Nourishingbreakfast sets which come with various protein choices. They have lighter options too such as Smoked salmon or Roast Beef Panini! Make sure to try their desserts too, especially the Bread and Butter Pudding that’s creamy yet light on your tongue.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 34 Arab St, #01-01, Singapore 199733

Opening hours: 8am-7pm daily

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(working title)'s chicly decorated interior and dim lights make it a great space to hang out with your friends! Their Big Breakfast comes not just with eggs but also lamb koftas, grilled Portobello mushrooms, tater tots and more! For all you Eggs Benedict lovers, you'd want to get their Benny Benassi which comes with poached eggs and a very unique coffee braised beef cheeks. They have a new outlet at Kallang Riverside which serves up all your favourites and even more halal fusion dishes such as Fire Breathing Chicken and Ribena Wings ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

North Bridge Road

Address: 783 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198751

Opening hours: 12pm-10pm daily


Address: 51 Kampong Bugis, #01-03, Singapore 338986

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs (10am-10pm); Fri (10am-9.30pm); Sat (8am-10pm); Sun (8am-6pm)

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9. Royz Et Vous

Known for their fine dining, Royz Et Vous never fails to impress us with their delicious food. Check out their interesting pasta menu, which serves mouth-watering Rendang Chicken Lasagne, Wild Mushroom & Truffle and Short Beef Ribs Ragout! Their Iced Mocha is a must-try! This rich, smooth and flavourful coffee has lovely notes of chocolate.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 137 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 068602

Opening hours: 12pm–4pm, 5pm–10pm daily

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P.S. Did you know that the founder behind Royz Et Vous is a woman, who also has two other brunch places, Pancake Place and Waffle Place? Check out more about her story and five other inspirational queens making it in the business world

10. The Wonderment Collective

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The Wonderment Collective is a Muslim-owned cafe-boutique which opened their doors to their flagship store in Geylang in September 2020. It's the perfect spot for a classy and elegant afternoon tea or halal brunch! Check out their breakfasts so you can savour yummy breakfast platters, French toast, berry pancakes and more. Do remember to make your reservations as their cafe has limited seats and it's super popular! ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 90 Lor 23 Geylang, Singapore 388393

Opening hours: Tues-Fri (10am-6pm); Sat (12pm-5pm); closed on Sundays & Mondays

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11. ASAP & Co.

What could be better than treating yourself to an early brunch or freshly smoked meat at a steakhouse? How about a halal eatery that combines both! ASAP & Co. have a combined steakhouse-dessert bar concept so you don't have to choose between sweet or savoury anymore ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 70 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048458

Opening hours: 11am-3pm, 5pm-10pm daily; closed on Mondays

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12. The Tree Cafe

Looking for an affordable brunch spot? The Tree Cafe is just where you need to go! What sets them apart from other halal cafés is definitely their All-Day Breakfast menu. You'll find classic breakfast platters here, from Eggs Benedict ($8.50) to Breakfast Pancakes ($8.50). If you're really looking for a hearty start to the day though, their English Breakfast ($9.50) includes chicken sausage, chicken ham, mushrooms, scrambled eggs, and even slices of baguette. 

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address & opening hours: Multiple locations, click here for more information

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13. The Halia

You might be familiar with The Halia for its halal fine dining but the next time you're at the Botanic Gardens, be sure to try out their breakfast and halal brunch menu too! Their breakfast is from 9AM-11AM on weekdays and brunch is on Sat-Sun/PH from 10AM-5PM. Have a taste of their yummy Chilli Crab Eggs or their Smoked Salmon! What we love the most at The Halia is definitely its ambience! It's a perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate with your loved ones this 2022.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (11am-9pm); Sat-Sun (10am-9pm)


14. Molten Diners

The next time you're in the Upper Thomson area with your friends on a weekend, drop by halal-certified Molten Diners for a halal brunch treat you won't want to miss!  With classic brunch fares like Molten Big Breakfast, Eggs Benedict, and Steak & Egg, it's what you need for a great start to the weekend.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 246 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (11am-10pm); Sat-Sun (10am-10pm)


15. The Meathouse

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If you're a fan of halal steak in Singapore, you've probably heard of The MeatHöuse before as they specialise in premium cuts inspired by cuisine from all around the world. They have introduced all-day halal brunch sets so you can feast on their mouth-watering dishes in a whole new way. There are 6 different sets to choose from, and each platter is loaded with a different protein so there's something for everyone. Take your pick of Striploin, Smoked Salmon, Chicken Bratwurst and more!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #05 - 04, Singapore 529509

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (11.30am-9.30pm); Sat-Sun (11.30am-10pm)

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16. Brio Singapore

Staying in the West and looking for a brunch spot? Brio's got you covered! This hipster café at Jurong Point serves up quality and delicious halal European street food. Have one of their three Mac & Cheese Bowls or jazz it up with the Truffle Fries Parmesan. With an addition of drinks or a dessert top up, you'll be in for a treat!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #02-24/K5 Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Opening hours: 11am-10pm daily

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P.S. Want to know more about halal eateries in the West? We've rounded up this list of 14 awesome halal places in SG's West!

17. The Bravery Cafe

Once an unassuming spot in Lavender, The Bravery has now relocated to the CBD. Feast on their appetising all-day breakfast sets like Eggs on Toast or the Pancake Stack. With their new in-house bakery located on their second level now, they're churning out freshly baked goods like croissants, grilled cheese sandwiches and more! They are also known for their creative coffee and cold brews which include Lavender and Orange Mocha Cold Brew packaged in medicine bottles.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876

Opening hours: Tue-Thurs (9am-5pm); Fri-Sun (9.30am-9.30pm)

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18. O' My Kampong

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Craving for some local delicacies for brunch instead? What better than O'My Kampong, a halal cafe that oozes out 60s' kampong charm? Indulge in delicious halal local delicacies such as nasi lemak, chicken rice ball, cold local desserts such bubur cha cha, and more! ? They even have a special corner titled Kek Ai, which sells all your old-school biscuits and cookies that will take you back to your growing up days ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 50 Anchorvale St, Singapore 544834

Opening hours: Tues-Thurs (11am-9pm); Sat-Sun (8am-9pm)

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19. Ground Rules

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Westies, rejoice! A new halal cafe, Ground Rules, at Turf City recently opened by local Muslim influencer, Hannah Alkaff will definitely be your new favourite brunch spot. If you prefer something heartier after your futsal games, or you're headed here for a lazy Sunday brunch, their Big Breakfastwill do the trick. Creamy scrambled eggs spread evenly over a slab of sourdough, with tantalising side dishes of chipotle chicken sausages, breakfast potatoes and roasted tomatoes to complete the meal. Sure, you might full at the end, but you'll be wishing there's some leftover space in your tummy, because Round 1 of the Big Breakfast just doesn't cut it ? This Aussie-style cafe also serves high quality coffee and other beverages, delectable range of pastries and cakes, and a range of hearty brunch meals perfect for any time of the day.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address200 Turf Club Rd, Plot 9 The Premier Pitch Indoors, Singapore 287994

Opening hours: Only open on weekends(8am-12pm)


20. Kraft Kitchen

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Nothing screams brunch than comfort food, and what better than a finger-lickin' good bowl of mac and cheese from Kraft Kitchen! This hidden café gem is tucked all the way in Tampines West and serves specials like Gratin Mac & Cheese, Pot Pie, and a special secret menu you can check out right here. All of their meals are fixed at net pricing, which makes their meals really affordable!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 820 Tampines Street 81, #01-526, Singapore 520820

Opening hours: 10.30am-9pm daily

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21. The White Label

Making their debut in December 2020, the cafe has become the go-to place for weekend brunches and meet-ups ever since they opened their doors to foodies in Singapore. Their new seasonal menu is definitely something you should try if you're craving for some sophisticated French cuisine such as scrumptious seafoods and luxurious chocolate desserts. We got it all covered on what you can expect via this link ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 734 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 198702

Opening hours: Mon-Fri (11.30am-10pm); Sat-Sun (10.30am-10pm)

Make reservations via this link

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22. Poulet Bijou

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Titled Poulet Bijou, it’s Poulet’s 8th outlet in Singapore, and they’re going big with a refreshed menu, with new dishes that doubles up as brunch desserts as well! From savoury pancakes such as Chicken Avocado Galette to decadent options like Vanilla French Toast, you'll be spoilt for choices! ?

Halal status: Poulet Bijou is in the process of getting Halal certification, however all of Poulet Singapore's other outlets are halal-certified.

Address: 78 Airport Road Jewel 01 - 227, Singapore Changi Airport, 819666

Opening hours: 11.30am-10pm daily

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23. Tipo Gnocchi

We all know and love Tipo's halal, fresh handmade artisanal-flavoured pasta - now it's time to try Tipo's new venture, Tipo Gnocchi! Gnocchi isn't a type of pasta, but this Italian delicacy that uses dough and potatoes will be a favourite soon! Don't leave without trying the Creamy Crab, made with creamy aglio olio sauce prepared in-house daily! In true Tipo fashion, you'll also get to customise your gnocchi! ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753

Opening hours: 11am-10pm daily

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24. Missus

Located at Hamilton Road, a spot in Jalan Besar known for hip cafes, bakeries and artisanal coffeehouses, this newly opened Muslim-owned cafe serves grilled cheese and a range of desserts that are bound to make you drool! ?

For starters, you can't leave without trying their Missus Melt. Their signature 4 cheese blend (which they cheekily mentioned that there might be even MORE types of cheese involved, and we're not complaining) and truffle pate are heated between two slices of bread cut into triangles until it's grilled to perfection. You definitely must do the cheese pull shot; didn't we tell you'll be drooling ? Served with a side of roasted garlic tomato soup and chilli tapioca chips, it's definitely a meal made to savour as slowly as you can! The owners suggest you use your hands to enjoy this dish and we agree because we know it's tasty when it gets messy ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 16 Hamilton Road #01-05 S209186

Opening hours: Sun-Thurs (10am-8pm); Fri - Saturday (10am-9pm); closed on Tuesdays


25. Steep

Offering Melbourne-inspired brunch food on its menu, this new cafe serves up a delicious array of all-day breakfast options, sandwiches, pastries, cakes and more! They also offer all your favourite coffee drinks such as Latte, Americano and more. Plus their minimalist theme really adds to the chill cafe vibes perfect for a weekend brunch affair! ?

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 2 Dunlop St, #01-01, Singapore 209360

Opening hours: 9am-5pm daily


26. Anna's

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Sourdough isn't new to us, but a cafe serving sourdough-based dishes only might be ? The founder, Anna, behind your favourite comfort soup spot, The Soup Spoon, has opened a new cafe in Punggol, called Anna's, with a menu surrounding over the moist, earthy sourdough - think beyond bread (yup, drinks included ?). It's opening on the 22nd October 2022, so mark your calendars!

Halal status: Anna's is currently in the process of receiving their halal certification from MUIS. In the meantime all food and drinks are compliant with the standards needed for being halal. We still advise you to dine with discretion.

Address: 681 Punggol Drive, #01-04, Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681


27. Penny University

Check out Penny University, which has recently relocated to Bugis! Look forward to the classics and new additions to the menu as you catch up with friends at this cafe.  If it's your first time there, try the Turkish Eggs, Harlem-style Buttermilk Chicken on Waffles or Eggs Benedict. Pair that with a Muddy Espresso and brunch is complete!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 17 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199329

Opening hours: 8am-5pm open daily


So, if you've been itching to go for brunch with a friend, these halal cafes are waiting for you! SHARE this with your group of friends and plan your outing for the weekend now :)