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13 Best Halal BBQ Steamboats In SG For A Yummy Meal Out With Family & Friends


Luqman Hakim  •  Sep 18, 2018


[Updated: 18 Mar 2022] Looking for a hearty meal that's great for gatherings with your loved ones? These halal steamboats and BBQ are just what you need! With a wide variety of meat and seafood options, your tummies will be more than satisfied. So, get ready for some grilling (and boiling!) goodness as we list down the 13 best places to enjoy amazing and affordable halal steamboat and BBQ in Singapore! Note: Some of these eateries might still be adjusting their opening hours. Please check their social media platforms for more info. Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

Where to eat halal steamboat in Singapore?

1. Shiok Garden by Yassin Kampung

Credit: Yassin Kampung on FacebookShiok Garden at Admiralty Park opened its doors in May this year and it's the perfect spot for North siders! Prices start from $22.80 for adults and there are 30 different types of marinated meats that you can choose from. You can also enjoy fresh seafood from prawns to crabs, scallops, mussels, crayfish and more. There's also an interesting range of soup bases which includes Sukhothai Tom Yum Soup, Chong Qing Mala Soup, Tomato Soup and their must-try Bird's Nest Collagen Soup - probably the first halal version in Singapore. Halal status: Halal-Certified Address: 31 Riverside Road, Admiralty Park, Singapore 739087 (Previously Sakura International Buffet Restaurant) View More

2. The Buffet at M Hotel

Credit: M HotelM Hotel's The Buffet is the only halal steamboat/hotpot place in Singapore's CBD! Here, you can enjoy your steamboat with MSG-free broths such as Imperial Collagen, Singapore-style Laksa, Fiery Mala Peppercorn, and Thai Tom Yum! For seafood fans, the Flower Crab, Pink Scallop and Pacific White Clams are top picks! Their Premium meat selection includes sliced Angus Beef, hand-minced chicken with water chestnut paste and Muar otak paste. After your savoury meal, they will also serve a dessert platter with eclairs, French pastries, chocolate fondue and more! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: M Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 81 Anson Rd, Singapore 079908 View More

3. HaHaHotpot

If your family is a huge group or you don't feel like having steamboat out, then why not get it delivered to you instead? The Muslim-owned HaHahotpot serves yummy authentic Sichuan hotpot and even delivers islandwide, with stove and pot included! There are 4packages to choose from starting from $39.90 and you can take your pick from four different options for your soup paste - mala, mushroom, tomato and Haha Collagen Soup! There are also different spice levels for their mala soup. With packages for 3-6 pax, savour beef or mutton shabu-shabu and other meat options like Swedish meatballs, chicken sausage, luncheon meat and cheese tofu! Seafood lovers can enjoy XL prawns, half shell scallop, or New Zealand green mussels. There's free delivery for orders above $138! Halal status: Muslim-owned View More

4. Sedap Thai

Located in the heart of Jalan Besar, you can find Sedap Thai amongst a jungle of hawker stalls at Berseh Food Centre. As lard is usually used as a base for Thai BBQ steamboats, finding a halal one can be a difficult task but Sedap Thai uses beef fat instead! With a delicious variety of marinated meat and fresh seafood, Sedap Thai is not only yummy but affordable too. You can choose your items ala carte or have their platter which costs $20 and is suited for 2 people! Halal status: Halal-certified FacebookP.S. Staying home instead? Check out these 5 halal steamboat and BBQ deliveries in Singapore!

5. Lukhon Thai

A BBQ steamboat with a view? Count us in! Located at Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Lukhon Thai is where East-siders can get your BBQ steamboat fix. For the portions that you get, it's both delicious and value for money. Here's where you can have a selection of marinated meat like Tom Yum Chicken, Garlic Chicken, Black Pepper Beef and more. Don't miss out on their Thai chilli sauce too, which is one of Lukhon Thai's specialities. This mix of sweet, spicy and salty flavours is the perfect complement to your barbecued meat. Halal status: Halal-certified View More

6. Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot

If you're craving some KBBQ, it's time to head to Tampines and Bukit Panjang! Located a short walk from Tampines MRT and Bukit Panjang MRT, Captain Kim serves both BBQ and Hotpot so you can have a full Korean feast that will leave you feeling satisfied. With over 60 types of ingredients available and free-flow drinks, this is the perfect place to chill out with your friends or family over a hearty meal! Halal status: Halal-certified View More

7. Seoul Garden Hot Pot

Having been around for over 30 years, you can always rely on Seoul Garden for your BBQ steamboat fix! Not only do they have a huge variety of delicious meat and seafood items, but Seoul Garden is also a great meet-up spot for catch-ups and birthdays ☺️ Recently, Seoul Garden has stopped its unlimited buffet but their menu now is more extensive, with premium meat platters including Wagyu and more. Halal status: Halal-certified View More

8. Asian Spyces Hot Pot - Jinshangyipin

Jinshangyipin reopened its doors on 13 Aug so you can now treat yourself to delicious and authentic Chinese-style hotpot too! The restaurant offers a variety of different soup bases including signature spicy Sichuan. Each diner gets a personal hotpot, and you can even top up just $4.90 to get a BBQ grill for the table! Choose between the Standard or Premium Menus to begin your meal. The Premium menu includes options like Prawns, Chilli Black Mussels, Satay Chicken for grilling, and even additional ice cream flavours like Salted Caramel Brownie and Shibuya Honey Toast! Halal status: Muslim-owned View More

9. Chice

Formerly known as Chickata, Chice has been around since 2016 serving up Thai-style BBQ with marinated meats, seafood, and their signature homemade chilli sauces. ? They've moved to a new location next to Jurong East MRT, where you can still enjoy their BBQ steamboat as well as some new Thai-style icy desserts! Halal status: Halal-certified View More

10. Farah Diana Steamboat & Grill

Credit: Mohamed Farid on Facebook The next time you're in the Bedok reservoir area, pop by Farah Diana Steamboat & Grillfor a yummy and affordable steamboat BBQ meal! Look forward to lots of fresh seafood, a variety of marinated meats, and classic ingredients such as egg tofu, crabsticks, and sausages. ? Halal status: Muslim-owned View More

11. Suki Suki Thai Hot Pot

Singapore's North-siders can finally enjoy Thai-style steamboat BBQ at Suki Suki Thai Hot Pot! Choose from 6 Thai-style soup bases including Tom Yum, Red Tom Yum, Khao Soi, and even Sweet Basil Chicken. Their ingredients include Wagyu beef, Beef Short Rib, and their homemade Fish Paste. ? Make sure to dip your ingredients into their 5 unique Thai dipping sauces too! Halal status: Halal-certified View More

12. Power Thai BBQ

Located in Bedok and Yishun, Power Thai BBQ is another Thai-style hotpot spot in the East serving a variety of marinated meats, fresh seafood, and cheesy dips! If you're dining with family or friends, order their Platter to get 17 ingredients at once including Beef Brisket, Garlic Chicken, Prawns, and Sotong. Don't forget to add on some Tom Yum Soup or their homemade Signature Power Sambal for a spicy kick! ? Halal status: Muslim-owned View More

13. Jom Chic-kata

Jom Chic-kata is the largest halal Thai-style BBQ steamboat in Singapore! Not only that, but it opens until late on Fri and Sat which make it perfect for your weekend supper plans. ? Feast on seafood including prawns and scallops, a variety of marinated meat, and even beef dendeng and spicy chicken dendeng! Time to take your Thai BBQ experience to the next level! Halal status: Muslim-owned View More So, what’s keeping you now? Gather your loved ones and enjoy a satisfying, refreshingly good meal at any one of these halal BBQ steamboat hotspots! Head over with an empty stomach and we guarantee, you'll leave with a full and satisfied tummy ? Planning your next dine-in? Check these out: