7 Halal Restaurants In Singapore With A Sea View


Siti Ayeeshah Zaki •  Jun 10, 2022

It's a vibe, we get it. Cooling winds, calming beach views, and in front of you: a spread of piping hot seafood, satay, or prata served for you and your makan buddies! Eating by the beach is an experience every Singaporean covets, that's no surprise. It's perfect for large gatherings, family meals or a romantic one-on-one with your spouse. Not to mention food tastes so much better with a view!

So if you're looking for halal food to indulge in the next time you're at the beach, look no further. Here are 10 halal eateries in Singapore with waterfront views!

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1. Rasa Istimewa Woodlands Waterfront

This list would be incomplete without Rasa Istimewa Woodlands Waterfront. Located at the jetty at Woodlands Waterfront Park, the restaurant offers panoramic views of the Straits of Johor. So close are you to Johor that the causeway is within sight!

Not to mention the fresh seafood that's served with the gorgeous view. Enjoy dishes of crayfish, stingray, cuttlefish, and lala while you're here!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

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2. Rasa Istimewa Pasir Ris Park

Tucked all the way in the quieter part of Pasir Ris Park, Rasa Istimewa @ Pasir Ris ticks both boxes for a lovely ambience and yummy food! Whether you're craving sambal stingray, fried fish or chilli crab to share with your loved ones, they've got you covered! Some of their best-sellers include satay, mee goreng sambal, tom yum with coconut milk and a variety of fried rice dishes. Not to mention that the staff here are really attentive and welcoming too!

The eatery itself is just a walk away from the beach and sea. If you pick an alfresco seat, you'll be able to watch the trees sway on a background of blue skies and even bluer waters! The place is blessed with fresh air from the park and calming views of greenery and waves,

Rasa Istimewa

Halal status: Halal-certified

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3. KNS @ East Coast Park

Your one-stop shop for North and South Indian food in Singapore, KNS' is the place to head to for affordable Indian meals. Located right in front of the beach at East Coast Park, the sea is just a stone's throw away from the restaurant. Sit by the window to catch sight of the park and the beach ahead of it!

While you're here, dig into mouth-watering traditional Indian food like Nasi Briyani, Murtabak and Roti Prata - must-haves while you're enjoying a day at the beach!

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

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4. Central Thai

Central Thai’s East Coast location comes with breathtaking views of the sea. This unmatched spot makes it the best place to unwind with your loved ones and getaway from the stresses of life. Enjoy savoury Tom Yum Soup, handmade prawn cakes, and delicious Steamed Seabass with Spicy Lemon Sauce while you're here!

Plus, Central Thai’s food is easy on the wallet! So you’re getting a mini escape, convenience, delicious food and more for affordable prices.

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

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5. East Coast Food Lagoon

Want an authentically Singaporean experience by the beach? East Coast Food Lagoon's a must-visit. This hawker centre in ECP is famous for stalls selling satay, seafood and other local dishes. If you're not sure what to expect at East Coast Food Lagoon, check out the 8 must-try halal hawker stalls at East Coast Lagoon Food Village here!

#HHWTTip: For the best sea views, be sure to pick seats closer to the satay stalls.

Halal Status: Each stall has varying halal status, so be sure to check with the individual vendors.


6. Marine Cove

Formerly known as the East Coast Recreation Centre, Marine Cove is located within East Coast Park and houses a handful of halal eateries. Did you know that the McDonald's here used to be Singapore's first-ever skate-though McDonald's? While you can no longer skate through, it's still a great spot to pick up a burger or two to recharge.

You can also drop by Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf for coffee or head to Tash Tish Tosh or My Briyani House by Mr Teh Tarik for mouth-watering Meditteranean and Indian food!

Halal status: All eateries mentioned are halal-certified


7. Smith Marine Floating Restaurant

For unbeatable sea views, you might just want to head to the restaurant actually right in the middle of the sea. Yup, you read that right! Smith Marine is located just off the coast of Pulau Ubin and it floats atop the water. That way, you can enjoy the tranquillity and sea breeze that this place has to offer while you wait for your food to be served!

P.S. You can even catch your own fish here and the chefs will cook them up for you! ?

Halal Status: Halal-Certified



8. Satay By The Bay

Sandwiched between Marina Barrage and Gardens by the Bay, Satay by the Bay boasts spectacular views of the Marina Bay landscape against the backdrop of lush greenery and the Singapore River! While not exactly a sea view, the waterfront view is still as calming.

Contrary to its name, Satay by the Bay has more than just satay, but an array of food including halal Thai food, BBQ steamboat and more! Get your seafood and steamboat fix from Makan by the Bay or Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat. Pick from fresh crayfish, crabs, salmon and much more. Grill them with the waterfront views, and eat some good old-fashioned satay with the breeze blowing in your face!

Halal stalls at Satay by the Bay:

  • Geylang Serai Satay
  • Kin Aroy Thai Food (S6&S7)
  • Makan By The Bay BBQ & Grill & Seafood (S9,10&11)
  • Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat Buffet (S11-16)

Halal status: Halal-certified or Muslim-owned


9. 1819

Fancy a high tea session with your loved ones, or want to feast on halal lobsters, burgers and pasta? 1819 will be right up your alley! Serving dishes from a variety of cuisines such as Western, Asian and Mediterranean, this restaurant at Boat Quay is the perfect spot for waterfront views of the Singapore River.

Just imagine sipping a mojito while looking out at the water!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

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10. Tang Tea House (near the beach)

What’s a trip to Singapore without trying local favourites? Tang Tea House is the place for zi char, halal dim sum and other Chinese local dishes! Have a taste of their bihun goreng, hor fun and chicken rice! You might also want to try the Pan Fried Crispy Bee Hoon for an interesting twist on the classic bihun goreng. If you’re ever in doubt, look out for the chef’s recommendations on the menu!

Tang Tea House is located just a stone's throw away from Changi Beach. While you might not be as up close and personal as we'd like to be to the sea, its proximity means you can head over for a stroll along the shore after your meal.

Halal Status: Halal-Certified

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Seafood, satay, Thai and more! Food always tastes so much better with a view ?

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