7 Recommended Halal Cafes in Singapore


Nowadays, everybody is cafe hopping now and even our Muslim friends. It’s not easy to find a ‘Halal certified’ cafes in Singapore. A great halal cafe fare is hard to come by. Here are some of the places that do it well.

1. I am Cafe
Bringing the love of Europe, particularly Amsterdam, back home leading to the only Halal European-influenced cafe ‘I am…’ in town! Nestled in the Arab quarter of Singapore, I AM is a Muslim-owned café helmed by three brothers. They are located just before the entrance of Haji Lane and it is impossible to miss this cafe.

I Am Cafe Location:
674 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188804

Opening Hours:
Mon – Thu: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 1:00 am
Sun: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

2. Working Title Cafe
Located in the popular Haji Lane area, Working Title Cafe humble setup with an indie vibe. Working Title owned by the same folks behind Shophouse The Social Hostel, the cafe occupies the hostel’s first floor. To keep costs low, the furniture were collected from preloved stores and some were also hand made from wooden planks. Hence, the eclectic mix of tables and chairs.
Working Title Cafe Location:
48 Arab Street Singapore 199745
Opening Hours:
Mon – Thu: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Sun: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
3. The Lab SG Cafe
The Lab SG is a Muslim-owned café that’s situated along Jalan Pisang. The decor was an interesting mix of vintage, eclectic and steampunk, with rough-hewn wooden tables, bell jars and assorted lab equipment containing liquids and condiments, and copper pipes running down the length of the walls. 
The Lab SG Cafe location:
1 Jalan Pisang #01-01, Singapore 199069
Opening Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 12.30 pm – 10pm
Sunday: 1pm – 9.30pm
Photo credit: www.havehalalwilltravel.com
4. Butter Studio Cafe
Located along Jalan Besar. Butter Studio, started off as small store in Changi Airport where they sold halal bakes and cakes. The entire shop goes for a very vintage, old school Singapore type feel. There are interesting little knick-knacks located around the store which take you back to an older Singapore, the one that you don’t see today. 
Butter Studio Cafe Location:
146 Jalan Besar Singapore 208865
Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday:  9.30am – 11.00pm
Photo credit: suchafatty.com
5. Fix Cafe
FIX is a halal-certified poolside cafe located in HometeamNS-JOM Clubhouse in Balestier. Built on the premise of “Original Handmade Goods”, They focus on making things by hand. Enjoy our delicious naanwiches, cakes and donuts with salted egg yolk dip while taking in the relaxing pool view.
Fix Cafe Location:
31 Ah Hood Road #01-06 HomeTeamNS-JOM,
Singapore 329979
Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 11am – 10.30pm
Photo Credit: sg.asia-city.com
6. La Marelle Cafe
Located on the second floor of a shophouse at Bagdhad Street (near Arab St), the bright airy cafe was adorned with colourful walls decorated with cloud and raindrops motifs, flowery paper lanterns and whimsical decorations.
La Marelle Cafe Location:
25A Baghdad Street, Singapore 199664
Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 10am – 11pm
7. ButterScotch Cafe
Butterscotch is a halal cafe and it’s located in the neighbourhood of Bukit Merah. It’s hard to miss the cafe because its modern white and brown decoration is striking against its more ‘heartlandish’ surroundings.
Butterscotch Cafe Location:
Blk 164 Bukit Merah Central #01-3625,
Singapore 150164
Opening Hours: 
Tuesday – Sunday: 8.30am – 10pm 
I’m sure many of you are dying to go to some of these cafes after this. With the Hari Raya is around the corner, perhaps you might want to make reservations at these cafes to prevent long waiting time and enjoy the meal with your family or friends.