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7 Best Halal Cafes At Jalan Besar To Check Out For Your Next Cafe Hopping Outing

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Qistina Bumidin •  Jan 06, 2023

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Jalan Besar's status as foodie heaven has drawn many to explore this interesting area on foot! With a range of local to contemporary fare, there's something for everyone to enjoy! If you’re looking for yummy halal cafes at Jalan Besar, we compiled a list of some of the best halal cafes and restaurants for you to check out the next time you're out cafe-hopping 😍Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

1. Butter Studio

Butter Studio is touted as one of the go-to places for halal cakes and desserts and it’s for good reason 🥰 Their Jalan Besar outlet offers comfortable seating for you and your fellow cafe-hoppers to simply chill and indulge in a dessert of your choice. All of their bakes are hand-made in small quantities and used locally sourced organic ingredients, so you can be rest assured that each bite into any of their delicious goods is simply a satisfying one! 🤩 Halal status: Halal-certified Address: Jalan Besar outlet 147 Jln Besar, Singapore 208865 Opening hours: Sun-Mon, Wed-Thurs (11am-8pm daily); Fri-Sat (11am-9pm daily); closed on Tuesdays View More

2. Coba Coba

Coba Coba is famous for its Nasi Padang and Nasi Ambeng platters, which are perfect for sharing with a friend or family while you catch up over the week! They opened their second outlet in the Jalan Besar area last year, so if their Yishun outlet is too far for you, you can down to the central outlet instead 😌 With over 10 dishes arranged around freshly steamed rice, this hearty meal will leave you feeling full and content from the first bite to the last. From favourites like beef rendang and sambal goreng to authentic Padang dishes like ayam kalio, they even have solo-sized platters if you want it all to yourself 😍 Halal status: Halal-certified Address: Jalan Besar outlet 20 Beatty Rd, Singapore 209947 Opening hours: 8am-3pm daily; closed on Tuesdays View More

3. Tella Pops

You don't have to wait till Hari Raya to get your fix of tarts; just head down to Tella Pops and be treated to a variety of flavours such as Ondeh Ondeh, Nutella, Red Velvet, Speculoos, Oreo and of course, classic Pineapple tarts! Their physical store at Jalan Besar is closed for now, but you can follow their social media on Facebook or Instagram to get updates on their pop-up stores across Singapore 😍 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Blk 25 Jalan Berseh #01-148 Singapore 200025 Opening hours: 3-8pm daily; closed on Mondays View More

4. The Malayan Council

If you're looking for Malay cuisine with a Western twist, The Malayan Council is the place to go! Located near Jalan Besar MRT, The Malayan Council offers a variety of Malay cuisines fused with a hint of Western such as their Sambal Goreng Pengantin Pasta, Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi Pasta, and Lamb Shank Mee Rebus. If you're not into pasta, they also offer Ayam Panggang Kerabu and Roti Kirai Beef Ribs. The Malayan Council also offers a wide array of sweet desserts such as the Classic Ondeh-Ondeh Cake and Durian Pengat Cake!Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Jalan Besar Outlet 22 Dunlop St, Singapore 209350Opening hours: 11am-11pm daily View More

5. Lola Faye Cafe

Dessert cafes are the best way to hang out and dine to catch up with a loved one during this time. Especially when you can stay till late so you can continue the never-ending conversations with an old friend 😍 If you love late-night dessert, Lola Faye Cafe on Hamilton Road is where you should be for your midnight snack run. From desserts like waffles and ice cream to snacks such as wraps and sandwiches, you'll get a full treat here! 😋 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 35 Hamilton Rd, Singapore 209204 Opening hours: 2pm-2am daily; closed on Mondays View More

6. Savoureux by Chef Azlie

You may have heard of Miam Miam, a popular restaurant chain that serves French-Japanese cuisines that aren't Muslim-friendly. Well, you might be excited to know that there is a Muslim-owned restaurant in Jalan Besar that offers similar French-Japanese cuisines! Savoureux has a wide variety of French-Japanese dishes such as their delectable French Onion Soup that is complimented by melted cheese on top and tender beef slices! If you prefer Japanese cuisine, the Salmon Chirashi is a simple traditional Japanese dish made of salmon and rice but it's bursting with rich flavours all in a bowl! You’ll definitely feel full with the hearty food options available here 😉. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 230 Jln Besar, #01-00 Hotel Nuve Stellar, Singapore 208906Opening hours: Tues-Sun (12:30pm-10pm); closed on Mondays Instagram

7. 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 Instagram With so many halal food and cafe options, your cafe hopping session will definitely be exciting! If you're searching for other halal food and cafes, check out these 21 new halal cafes you can try in Singapore! Want to indulge in something more filling? Check out these top 20 must-try halal eateries in Singapore!