We've all been there: it's evening and we're enjoying dinner with friends, but it's getting dangerously close to isyak, but we haven't had the chance to maghrib yet! And oh, wouldn't it be convenient if the eatery had a musollah or prayer space? If you're not sure whether the eatery you're at has it and you don't have any other appropriate prayer spaces, no worries 🤗 This is HHWT's guide to eateries with musollah in Singapore
🥰That way you can plan your dinner session in advance
, or head to the nearest eatery for prayers!
Musollah In Singapore (Eateries Edition!)
1. Sofra Turkish Restaurant
Established in Singapore in 1999, Sofra
recently reopened its restaurant at Marina Square after its Shaw Towers outlet shut its doors. The restaurant has 20 years of experience and it promises you the most authentic Turkish experience. Their Chefs are from Hatay, a city in Turkey known for its gastronomical delights that have also been featured in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Immerse yourself in the restaurant’s Turkish ambience. Their decor, customer service and Turkish plates and cups are designed to transport you to Turkey!
Credit: Courtesy of Sofra In addition to an almost authentic Turkish
experience, Sofra is also the perfect spot to have dinner in the evenings: it's got a prayer space in its restaurant! 🥰 Halal status:
2. Makan Empire
isn't just one halal hawker - it's a whole halal food court! Housing only Muslim-owned or halal-certified hawker stalls, you'll find everything from local favourites like hokkien mee to Lanzhou-style beef noodles, pastas and steaks, and even steamboat & grill 😍
Credit: Courtesy of Makan Empire
With so much variety, it's going to be real easy for you to enjoy a meal without having to worry about searching for your next prayer spot! Just head over to their designated prayer space for a short prayer session before heading back to your loved ones. 🤗
All stalls are Muslim-owned or halal-certified
is a European restaurant that serves modern cuisine with Mediterranean flavours. Served in a romantic, elegant atmosphere by great service staff, you can pair your dishes with their fine selection of alcohol-free wines. If you're not sure which from their selection to choose from, the service staff is also more than happy to recommend one for you!
And to add to the already classy
atmosphere that envelopes the place is the ease of convenience! Dhia.SG has a prayer space on their second floor that even comes with a musollah 😊 Dhia
4. Power Thai BBQ
Not unfamiliar to the halal Thai food steamboat lover is Power Thai BBQ
! Serving up the best halal Thai bbq since 2020, it serves up tantalising meats, seafoods and soups.
Credit: Power Thai BBQ on Facebook
And after moving from Kembangan straight to heart of the East, Simpang Bedok, their outlet now also has a musollah equipped with toilet facilities 😍 So after an inevitably filling meal, approach any of their staff members to be guided to their prayer room.
5. The Shakehouse By Love, Food Club
Need a place with amazing vibes? The Shakehouse by Love, Food Club is a casual-style, Family-Themed dining spot that offers affordable local favourite dishes! Frin Ayam Panggang Belado to Western cuisine, Flammed Grilled Ribeye and more. Plus, it's got a great ambience with great music! Impeccable vibes, we must say 😎
So if you're planning to head to the Shakehouse for its tasty food and amazing vibes, not to worry! They have a
musollah and accompanying toilet for wudhu too 😍 That way you can do wudhu and pray with ease before heading back out for dinner with your loved ones!
6. Ryo Yakiniku
Located in Sembawang and Tai Seng, Ryo Yakiniku
is incredibly accessible and affordable, not to mention an interesting experience! When you arrive, you'll be seated with a grill and a menu, where you can choose from 9 types of Japanese-marinated meats like Karubi and Gyutan! This Japanese Yakiniku serves very generous portions as well, so make sure to bring a friend.
Credit: Courtesy of Ryo Yakiniku
The best part? They have a small, dedicated prayer space for you to do your prayers!
6. Tash Tish Tosh
One of Singapore's most beloved food spots in the east, Tash Tish Tosh has recently found another home East Coast Park's Marine Cove! Known for its Tulang Merah and Sabsuka,
you'll absolutely be satisfied after a meal here.
7. Rasa Istimewa Pasir Ris
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.
Credit: Courtesy of Rasa Istimewa Pasir Ris
Not to mention that the staff here are really attentive and welcoming. Plus, they have a prayer space for Muslims, so you can enjoy your dinner gathering without worrying about rushing off for prayers.
8. Taliwang SG
Located next to Singapore’s Masjid Sultan in the heart of Kampong Gelam, Taliwang Restaurant
is a halal Indonesian restaurant serving up authentic and high-quality Lombok cuisine! Using traditional methods and only the freshest ingredients to ensure the best flavour in their dishes, it’ll feel like you’re on a Lombok vacation with every bite. From Sambal Kang Kong to Ayam Bakar, your dinners will be both filling and tasty. 😍
Plus, they've got a prayer space which they keep clean and fresh, so you'll know you're in a safe space to pray ☺️
9. Dad's Corner
If you're looking for a hearty meal to share with your family then you've got to try Dad's Corner.
Especially seafood lovers! Their seafood in a tub comes in 3 packages enough for 2-5 pax and includes freshly cooked crabs, prawn, mussels, lala, gonggong, and
corn. You can even choose from a list of sauces including chilli crab, tomyum, and creamy garlic butter 😍Plus they've also got a musollah specially for your ease of prayer and dining!
Who knew prayer spaces could be so accessible? 😍 It really goes to show, I guess sometimes all we need to do is ask! 😅