One of the city's first halal Japanese fine dining spots, with omakase and private tatami rooms
Shophouse bistro in Selegie serving Western food and a range of gelato flavours
A cosy outfit in Bencoolen serving French classics like beef bourguignon and duck leg confit.
Possibly Singapore's first halal Japanese fine dining restaurant, with exclusive tatami rooms and kaiseki menus.
This halal hotel buffet restaurant offers possibly the best selection of seafood cold cuts, on top of perennial cooked favourites such as chilli or black pepper crab.
When it comes to variety, this place is hard to beat, with its row upon row of Southeast Asian home cooking, and even charcuterie, seafood cold cuts and Japanese sections.