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Burpple - Best Halal Cafes in Singapore

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Burpple's 2019 guide to eight best cafes for Halal-friendly nosh in Singapore. From solid desserts in Bugis to lunch plates worth queueing for in the East – sip back, relax and enjoy!. This article was originally published on burpple.com. Download the app for iPhone and Android now at burpple.com/getapp!

  • 1. Brothers in Fine Food

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    For Reliable Brunch and Coffee in the East

    No stranger to Easties, this popular joint located on the second floor of Tampines West CC is heralded for consistent, quality brunch offerings. Visit on the weekends for the tried and tested Butcher's Daughter ($16) – excellent medium rare seared sous vide beef alongside creamy scrambled eggs. For something light, the Dashi Noodles ($8.90) in a bonito broth with pulled chicken and onsen egg should do the trick. Get the aromatic Muddy Espresso ($5.50) with cold milk to finish. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Hui Min Ong

  • 2. All Things Delicious (Arab Street)

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    For Innovative Plates and Quality Bakes

    Run by a passionate baker and mother of two, this cheery Arab Street favourite sees an innovative menu and delicious, all-natural bakes. Order up the Shakshouka ($18.90), flaunting beautifully poached eggs and a dollop of crème fraîche in a sweet, sour and slightly spicy blend of bell peppers, tomatoes and spices. Adventurous eaters, the Chee Cheong Fun ($9.90) — a fusion take that sees cider vinegar and kale — is worth a try. Grab a fragrant and biscuity Gula Melaka Scone ($3.50) scone or two after your meal as well. *Halal-certified Photo by Burppler Hungry Girl

  • 3. The Bravery Cafe

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    For Wholesome Brunch in a Laidback Setting

    Jot this cosy Horne Road nook down for brunch or a java or two on work-from-anywhere days. Complete with cosy lighting and chill vibes, you're bound to feel at home here. The generously portioned and wholesome Bagel Salmon Set ($14.50) and the warm and fluffy Pancakes Stack ($15.50) are worthy runs for your buck. Give the fragrant and slightly savoury Lavender Latte ($5.50) a whirl – you won't regret it. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Amanda Quek

  • 4. The Malayan Council (Dunlop Street)

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    For Fantastic Fusion and Solid Desserts

    This rustic joint along Dunlop Street whips up delicious mains worth every penny and desserts worth saving space for. Must-trys include the Smoked Duck Chili Padi ($28), sporting thick slices of tender smoked duck sitting atop a creamy yet zingy linguine with a slight kick from chilli api sauce. On sweets, it's almost deviant to leave without trying the highly raved, not-too-sweet Classic Ondeh-Ondeh Cake ($8), featuring fluffy sponge layers and crunchy gula melaka bits. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Wu Xiaoling

  • 5. The Royals Cafe (Siglap)

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    For a Queue-Worthy Lunch in the East

    Tucked away in Crescendo Building along Upper East Coast Road, this East side stalwart is your answer to an affordable and delicious lunch. Foolproof options include the Nasi Lemak Burger ($12), featuring a well-executed deep fried chicken cutlet, fried egg and sambal and mayo sauce atop a bed of fragrant pandan rice. The fork-tender Lamb Shank ($16.90) is a hit here as well. If you're planning to visit on weekends, come early to avoid crowds. *Halal-certified Photo by Burppler Zul Latiff

  • 6. Royz et Vous (Telok Ayer)

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    For Meaty Mains and Delicious Pasta

    With two outlets under its belt, this Telok Ayer cum Chai Chee resident serves up stellar mains in a spacious setting. If you're feeling steak-ish, dive straight for the Brazen Beef (230g, $34.90) – tender and juicy striploin seared to a perfect medium rare. Don't miss out on the flavourful Smoked Duck ($26.90), which Burppler SwimWith EESHARK deems "magical". The creamy Signature Seafood Crayfish Pasta ($20) is noteworthy as well. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Tiara Lim

  • 7. Kava

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    For Western Fusion Dishes in a Boutique Hotel

    Housed in the lobby of XY Hotel, this bistro doles out quality yet affordable Western-meets-local dishes worth a visit. On top of comfy digs, the Burpple community also has nothing but praise for the food. Share the tender Braised Chicken ($16), alongside the Mussel Tagliolini ($13.90) featuring well-cooked pasta and a generous portion of mussels sitting in a flavourful cream sauce. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Chip Corn

  • 8. I am... (Haji Lane)

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    For Dutch-Inspired Nosh Along Haji Lane

    It's hard to miss out on this alfresco cafe's signature block letter structure, located at the entrance of trendy Haji Lane. Established in 2013, its menu features Dutch-inspired dishes such as Fries and Mayo (from $7.90) and Biterballen ($10.90) – a popular starter featuring crispy meatballs served with mustard. On mains, Charcoal-Grilled 'The Boss' Burger ($18.90) featuring a juicy hand-formed beef patty is a popular choice amongst the Burpple community. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Kevin M

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