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    Everyday Food - in Malay Style (Halal)

    Afandi Hawa & Family



    #01-21, 14 Haig Rd,
    Singapore 430014
    Daily 10am-8pm,
    closed Wed & Thu



    Previously known as Fandi Mona, they now operate as Afandi Hawa after the food centre was refurbished in 2010. Despite the name change, their mee rebus is still as divine as ever!

    Besides the usual dried shrimp, their dark gravy is intensely robust with an extra boost of umami-rich ingredients like seafood and mutton. Little wonder then, that their gravy has such intriguing complexity and depth of flavour.

    Besides flavour, the gravy has great texture too. The smooth sauce coats the noodles without being too thick or watery. The noodles and beansprouts are perfectly executed too,the former is al dente while the latter retains a refreshing crunch without being too raw.

    Although some regulars say that the gravy isn't as robust as before, we find that Afandi Hawa's mee rebus is still the one to beat in this power mee rebus showdown!

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    Dapur Asiah stall



    320 Shunfu Road
    #02-29 Shunfu Mart
    Singapore 570320
    Daily 7:30AM–2PM



    They used a fine bee hoon which had been lightly pre-fried and seasoned. As such, the noodles were pleasantly fragrant and springy to the bite.
    At first sip, the gravy was on the sweet side. But gradually, the other flavours mellowed out the sweetness to produce an extremely well-balanced gravy. Sweet, tangy and accented with hints of dried shrimp and taucheo, the gravy managed to be simultaneously light, flavourful, and refreshing!

    At just $2.00, Dapur Asiah’s mee siam was also excellent value for its generous size and amount of toppings.


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    Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak


    Selera Rasa has unconsciously become a synonym of Nasi Lemak to me; whenever I think of Nasi Lemak, Selera Rasa immediately pops into my mind. If I had to give out an award for - The Best Nasi Lemak, this stall wins hands down.

    Being a Nasi Lemak stall, Selera Rasa offers an array of side dishes to go along with your order: fried egg, fried fish, fried chicken wing and otah.


    Their fluffy, irresistible imported premium Basmati rice is wonderfully fragrant and is good enough to eat on its own. But of course, why would you do that when their tangy and spicy sambal complements it so well? Demand for their Nasi Lemak is so high that the stall has even put in place an online delivery system.

    http://www.selerarasa.com/delivery-order/

    Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak:
    Adam Road Food Centre,
    Adam Road, Stall 2,
    Singapore 289876
    Tel: 98434509
    Opening Hours: Sat to Thurs: 0700 - 1700
    Closed on Fridays

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    Ang Mo Kio Branch:
    Blk 603, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5,
    #01-2683, Singapore 560603
    Opening Hours: Tue to Sun: 0730 - 1300
    Closed on Mon
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    Yellow Submarines (Halal)

    Yellow Submarines Cheesesteaks



    Blk 177 Toa Payoh Central
    #01-110 Singapore 310177
    Tel : 6352 7890
    10.30am to 10pm



    We don't have Halal Subway in Singapore but we do have...Yellow Submarine! I was super impressed with the beef sandwiches at Yellow Submarine because they were incredibly juicy and the meat was super tender. The only downside to it is that it's really expensive. One set meal costs about $9 which is nearly twice the cost of a set meal from McDonald's.

    The thing about Yellow Submarine sandwiches is that it gets really messy so it's best if you don't go there for your first date. They have only one outlet so far and there's a limited seating space so you can expect a long queue on weekends.



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    Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant



    6A Admiralty Rd West,
    Woodlands Waterfront Park,
    Singapore 757445
    Tel: 6884 6884
    Opening Hours:
    Mon to Fri: 1400 – 0000;
    Sat to Sun: 1200 – 0000



    A dine-in experience is never quite complete without a magnificent view and Rasa Istimewa excels in giving customers a feast for their eyes. The Johor Skyline is visible right from the restaurant due to it being situated right on a jetty at Woodlands Waterfront Park.

    It is also extremely convenient to go for a walk along the jetty after you feel your stomach bursting from the seams from ingesting all that wonderful food.

    The variety of items available on Rasa Istimewa’s menu is impressive; they have nearly everything ranging from fish, prawn, chicken, vegetables, cuttlefish, soup, rice, noodles to even hotplates. There is definitely no need to worry about not being able to find something to your liking.




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    Hjh Maimunah Restaurant (Jalan Pisang)



    Address :
    11 Jln Pisang, Singapore 199078
    Tel : 6297 4294
    Opens : 7AM�8PM



    Due to its unpretentious, kampung-styled cuisine which are reasonably priced, Hajah Maimunah Restaurant has often described as a ‘must-try’ restaurant. As a testament to how delicious their food is, they also do catering for big-scale events, such as weddings or special occasions. I have already taken note of their signature dishes: Sudanese Grilled Chicken and various barbecued fish, so I can pay a visit to the restaurant myself.



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    Halal Restaurant - Badoque Cafe (Upper Thomson)



    Address :
    No. 246 Upper Thomson Rd
    Singapore 574370
    Tel No. : 65521646

    Opening Hours:
    Closed on Mondays;
    Fri: 1430 -2230; Sat to Thurs: 1200 – 2300

    Hipster cafes are aplenty in Singapore, but to to hear a about Halal-certified cafe? I certainly do not come across many, which is why I was pleasantly surprised by Badoque cafe’s existence. It’s no wonder they have quite a tight Muslim following.




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    Afandi Hawa & Family specializes in mee rebus
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    Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant (Bukit Timah)



    ADDRESS
    11 Cheong Chin Nam Road
    Opposite Bukit Timah Shopping Centre
    Singapore 599736
    OPENING HOURS
    12:00am - 12:00am
    Tel : +65 6466 5052



    In spite of its deceptively small kitchen size, the restaurant serves a large variety of food: Thai Muslim Seafood, Western Food, Malay Food and even Indian Food. Wow. There must be something which will suit your palate here.


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    Jonker’s Nyonya Deli



    Address & Phone
    Raffles Avenue 30,
    Singapore 039803.
    +65 6338 1328








 

 

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