Top 10 Halal Restaurants In Jurong East, Singapore

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For those who live in Singapore, Jurong East may feel like it’s an entirely new place altogether. A trip here will prove worthwhile, especially since it is home to some of Singapore’s major tourist attractions such as Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Science Centre. Exploring the entire town may prove a feat due to its size. Divided into Jurong East and Jurong West, each sector offers its own gems. In particular, Jurong East has a list of impressive halal restaurants with dishes that will make your mouth water in anticipation. Take a trip to this side of Singapore and check out this list of top halal restaurants in Jurong East, Singapore.

1. Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace

An authentic Japanese dining establishment that uses halal-certified ingredients proves to be a rarity in Singapore, but Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace makes up for it with their wide selection of Japanese cuisine. With the majority of their ingredients flown in from Japan, you can be sure to expect your food to be prepared the traditional way. Located in JCube, this place is situated above an ice-skating rink. If you decide to eat here during peak hours, it may get slightly noisy, but don’t let that stop you from savouring your meal. Have a go at their green tea gyoza, tori katsu, and spicy miso ramen on your next visit!

Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace

Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #04-19, Singapore 609731

Website: Isuramuya Japanese Restaurant & Marketplace

Opening hours: 11:30am - 9:30pm (daily)

2. ANDES by Astons

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

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Posted by ANDES by Astons on Monday, March 8, 2021

Fancy a steak or two? Inside IMM Mall (International Merchandising Mart), you’ll find a local chain restaurant called ANDES by Astons serving some delicious and halal-certified western cuisine. This place is reasonably priced and patrons are guaranteed generous portions with every meal. Choose from a plethora of steaks, chicken and seafood dishes to tantalize your taste buds. Try their hickory barbeque chicken and their popular Super Burger when you’re craving for comfort food.

ANDES by Astons

Address: IMM, 2 Jurong East Street 21#01-19, Singapore 609601

Website: ANDES by Astons

Opening hours: 11:30am - 10pm (daily)

3. Chickata Makan Place

Halal mookata is hard to come by, especially delicious ones. At Chickata Makan Place, you are sure to have a feast like no other. This family-run establishment promises to serve marinated meats and fresh seafood that will pair well with their crafted condiments. You can also enjoy dishes like chicken tom yum, beef teriyaki, and more. It is the perfect restaurant to have family gatherings or a casual night out with your date.

Chickata Makan Place

Address: Jurong East Street 31, Block 326 #01-118, Singapore 600326

Website: Chickata Makan Place

Opening hours: Tue - Thu: 5pm - 11pm, Fri: 5pm - 1am, Sat: 4pm - 1am, Sun: 4pm - 11pm (closed on Mon)

4. Wingstop

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When American chicken wing chain restaurant Wingstop first landed in Singapore, not many knew that it was halal-certified. As with any establishment that serves chicken, it quickly grew in popularity. It’s not hard to imagine why considering Wingstop offers wings in two forms: boneless and classic. Choose from 12 amazing and finger-licking flavours such as garlic parmesan and mango habanero for a spicy twang. Take a bunch of your friends down to Wingstop at JCube today to satisfy your craving for delicious and flavourful fried chicken wings!


Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #01-18, Singapore 609731

Website: Wingstop

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (daily)

5. Bali Thai

Bali Thai
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Nestled in IMM Mall is a restaurant that serves the perfect combination of Indonesian and Thai cuisine under one roof: Bali Thai. Since it first opened its doors in 1993, Bali Thai has been dishing out halal fusion food such as pad thai, tom yum soup, and beef rendang. Complete your perfect meal with a serving of their glutinous rice with mango and you won’t be disappointed. This food joint offers the perfect space for a company lunch or meals with friends or family.

Bali Thai

Address: IMM, 2 Jurong East St 21 #01-21 Singapore 609601

Opening hours: 11:30am - 10pm (daily)

6. Eighteen Chefs

Eighteen Chefs is a homegrown restaurant that serves meals with bold flavours, fusing local and western cuisine. The food here is made for sharing, as their portions are generous. Their “Meat Our Heart Attack” series that features either a succulent rack of lamb or Angus beef paired with fried rice is a must-try! This restaurant is a popular hangout with students who like to take advantage of the attractive student promotions. If you’re looking for a location to chill and savour delicious and halal-certified comfort food, Eighteen Chefs is the place to be.

Eighteen Chefs

Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1 #02-13 Singapore 609731

Website: Eighteen Chefs

Opening hours: 11:30am - 9:30pm (daily)

7. The White Kitchen by Tokyo Latte

The White Kitchen by Tokyo Latte was previously known as Noodle Bar by Tokyo Latte. However, this name change has not changed the quality of food that the establishment serves. They offer both halal western and Japanese cuisines. Patrons have the option of either sitting at the bar or taking a booth when they dine in. Their grilled beef with salmon roe don is a dish worth trying. The next time you’re in JCube and want to try something new, be sure to give this joint a try.

The White Kitchen by Tokyo Latte

Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #02-03, Singapore 609731

Website: The White Kitchen by Tokyo Latte

Opening hours: 11:30am - 10pm (daily)

8. Penang Culture

Craving for Penang street food? Can’t fly there this instant to satisfy that craving? Fret not, just head over to Penang Culture at Jem Mall. Serving only authentic dishes, dining here will transport you to the bustling streets of Penang where these dishes originated. Savour a bowl of tangy asam laksa and plate of fried kway teow and complete your meal with a refreshing bowl of cendol.

Penang Culture

Address: Jem Mall #04-27, 50 Jurong Gateway Road, Singapore 608549

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 10pm; Sat - Sun: 10am - 10:30pm

9. Big Fish Small Fish

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Big Fish Small Fish first made waves in 2017 with its signature bright blue and yellow containers that were simply hard to miss. This container eatery whips up halal fish and chips paired with potato crisps and condiments, with choices such as cheese, salted egg and curry mayo. Patrons select the fish of their choice, from salmon and halibut to sea bass and walleye pollock, and it’ll be battered and fried on the spot. You can also have your fish pan-grilled. If you visit with a group of friends or family, their platters will leave everyone wanting more.

Big Fish Small Fish

Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1 #03-07/08, Singapore 609731

Website: Big Fish Small Fish

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (daily)

10. Deanna’s Kitchen

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Deanna's Kitchen on Tuesday, March 2, 2021

If there’s ever an award for the best halal prawn noodles in Singapore, it would go to Deanna’s Kitchen. You won’t be disappointed by a simple bowl of prawn mee. Expect piping hot delicious broth with the freshest seafood pairings of your choice: prawns, clams, crayfish, or all together in a seafood platter. This local gem is worth travelling the distance. If you want to avoid missing out, be sure to come early because this popular food joint has a tendency to sell out pretty quickly!

Deanna’s Kitchen

Address: 214 Jurong East Street 21, Padi Emas Coffeeshop, Singapore 600214

Website: Deanna’s Kitchen

Opening hours: Tue - Fri: 12pm - 9pm; Sun: 12pm - 8pm (closed on Mon & Sat)

Stay hungry!

Whether you stay in Jurong East or the other end of Singapore, you can be sure to find some quality halal-certified restaurants to keep those hunger pangs at bay. Cravings of all kinds from Japanese and Penang street food to fish and chips can be fulfilled right here in Jurong East.

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