12 Halal Eateries Along Singapore's Eastern Round Island Route


Siti Ayeeshah Zaki •  Jan 26, 2022

Singapore's Eastern Round Island Route just opened on the 22nd of January and we're all super excited! ? The continuous 150km park connector is only part of the 360km island-wide network or recreational routes that are in store for Singaporeans to enjoy. Consisting of park connectors and trails, Singaporeans can enjoy hiking,cycling and just enjoying the nature-based ecological sights and sounds that surround the route. ?Running through quite a few halal food hot spots like Jalan Kayu, Changi Village and even the Singapore River, HHWT brings you some of the best halal eateries you can find along the Eastern Round Island Route. From East to Central!

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Halal Eateries Along Singapore's Round Island Route

1. Daya Izakaya - Jalan Kayu

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According to their social media pages, Daya Izakaya is Singapore's only halal izakaya. For the uninitiated, izakayas are a small Japanese drinking establishment with food served tapas-style. They are usually casual eateries with small wooden tables and chairs and a place where the Japanese would hang out after work. Though they usually serve alcohol, Daya Izakaya is a Muslim-owned establishment so rest assured, you can immerse yourself in the izakaya vibes with halal Japanese food!

From Japanese hotpots to halal Ebi Tempura, your cycling breaks along the new Round Island Route will be filled with not only good sights, but good food!

Halal status: Muslim-owned


2. Steak Me - Jalan Kayu

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If you're craving Western food, then Steak Me is just the place to make your pitstop. A meat-lover paradise,  this eatery is home to some of the juiciest steaks. If you're here, you have to try their Wagyu Ribeye or Milk Fed Veal Rack. Filled with flavour, this is a meal you won't regret. If you're looking for something lighter, you could also opt for the pastas! Steak Me serves up classics like Aglio Olio to unique Salmon Cream Pasta. ? This might just be the best way to get your carbs for the ride!

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned


3. Thohirah - Jalan Kayu

This famous late-night hangout spot is situated along Jalan Kayu and is just the right place to stop if you're craving local favourites like Thosai, Nasi Lemak or Murtabak!

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If you're here, you have to try the Nasi Lemak. The basmati rice used for their Nasi Lemak is known to be super fluffy. And at the end of the entire meal, wash it down with a cup of fresh, cold Milo Dinosaur or Iced Lemon Tea! The perfect way to freshen up before heading off and exploring the rest of the Eastern Round Island Cycling Trail.

Thohirah Restaurant

Halal Status: Muslim Owned


4. Rasa Istimewa - Pasir Ris

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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!

P.S. Check Out These 8 Halal Eateries In Singapore's Parks So You Can Avoid Crowded Malls!

Rasa Istimewa

Halal status: Halal-certified


5. Changi Village Hawker Centre - Changi Beach Park

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No visit to Changi Village would be complete without a stop at Changi Village Hawker Centre. There are a handful of Muslim-owned stalls here and the most famous ones are known for their Satay and Nasi Lemak! If you're heading to Changi Village Hawker Centre mid-cycle, check out International Muslim Food Stall Nasi LemakMizzy Corner Nasi Lemak , and Sri Sujana Nasi Lemak for a battle of the Nasi Lemak! Alternatively, you could also freshen up with a cold drink.?

P.S. Exploring Changi Village? Here are more halal eateries in the area for you to check out! 

Halal status: Individual stalls are Muslim-owned. We recommend checking with the stall owners before dining.


6. 89.7 Supper Club - Changi Beach Park

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If you're planning a night cycle excursion through the Eastern Round Island Route, then you'll want to stop by 89.7 Supper Club after for a late-night fuel up. This halal hawker centre serves up a variety of cuisines including Indian, Chinese, and Western dishes. If you're looking for something heavier order their Black Pepper Steak - or if you're just in the mood for a quick nibble, they have dim sum too!

P.S. Here are more late-night halal supper spots for your round-the-clock cravings!

89.7 Supper Club

Halal status: Halal-certified


7. Tang Tea House - Changi Beach Park

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Halal Chinese cuisine is one of our favourites and Tang Tea House definitely delivers! Tang Tea House is most well-known for their dim sum, so do try their Siew Mai, Liu Sha Bao, and signature Shanghai Steamed Dumplings to start off your feast. They also have noodle and rice dishes such as Beef Brisket Noodles and Hor Fun if you're feeling particularly hungry after exploring the Round Island Route!

P.S. Check out these halal food places by Chinese Muslims!

Halal Status: Halal-Certified


8. East Coast Lagoon Food Village - East Coast Park

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One must-visit spot for delicious food along the new Eastern Round Island Route is none other than East Coast Lagoon Food Village. It's home to a variety of halal food stores. Particularly known as a satay and seafood spot, this is the perfect place for cyclists and hikers who are exploring the route to drop by for a meal! Plus, if you're craving for something a little more filling, some halal stores also provide you with fried dishes like Nasi Goreng for you to fill up before heading off again!

P.S. Check out these 8 must-try halal stalls in East Coast Lagoon Food Village!

Halal status: Individual stalls are Muslim-owned. We recommend checking with the stall owners before dining.


9. KNS - East Coast Park

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A lesser-known halal food spot in East Coast Park, you'll probably cycle or walk past this Indian Muslim store along the Round Island Route if you're in the area! Known for some of the most affordable North and South Indian food in Singapore, this is definitely one place to drop by if you're looking for a quick meal. From familiar dishes like Roti Prata to Mee Goreng Mamak, you can't go wrong!

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned


10. Marine Cove - East Coast Park

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One of Singapore's most beloved food spots in the east, this hub of halal food at East Coast Park is a must for anyone who wants a whole row of options to choose from! From fast food stops like MacDonald's to cool cafes like Coffee Bean, Marine Cove has it all. You can also enjoy the newly opened Tash Tish Tosh here at Marine Cove! Known for its Tulang Merah and Sabsuka, you'll absolutely be satisfied after a meal here.

P.S. Marine Cove is also home to a large playground for families with kids to enjoy!

Halal Status: Since there are a few halal food restaurants here, do check the halal status of each eatery before heading in for a meal!


11. 1819 - Singapore River

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Fancy a high tea session with your loved ones, or want to feast on halal lobsters, burgers and pasta after a long ride along the new route? 1819will 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 pitstop to indulge in delicious dishes. The best part? You get to dine and relax to cool breezes that accompany the Singapore River's excellent views. ?

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned

12. FDSG - Singapore River

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Having just opened this new location at Boat Quay in Nov 2021, you'll have one of the best steamboat meals here! Their new outlet is bigger and better as not only would you have a beautiful view of the riverside but you can enjoy a 90-minute free-flow of seafood, drinks and desserts.  Dipping their tasty meats in Tom Yum or Chicken soup will invite an explosion of flavours into your mouth. Afterwards, cleanse your palette with fresh veggies and mix your soup with noodles of your type!?

Halal Status: Muslim-Owned


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