Top Halal Breakfast Spots in Singapore
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Brekkie Bites: Top Halal Breakfast Spots in Singapore

In Muslim communities, hearty breakfasts before fasting in Ramadan ensure energy sustenance throughout the day. Suhoor, the pre-dawn meal, is an important nutritious start until breaking the fast at dusk.

The tradition has evolved, integrating new ingredients, cooking methods, and global culinary influences. Today’s best halal breakfast and brunch places in Singapore appeal not just to Muslim communities but to everyone interested in this respected cuisine.

Dutch Colony

Address: 81 Clemenceau Ave, #01-21, Singapore 239917 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569044522

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8 AM – 6 PM; Friday to Sunday, 8 AM – 9 PM

Price: $$


Dutch Colony has quickly gained a large following among coffee enthusiasts. It offers a variety of single-origin coffees such as Finca La Loma (Colombia) and Fazenda Santa Clara (Brazil). 

The crowd at the Clemenceau outlet looks to be a mix of young professionals and hipsters, which is why drinks like the Dutch Blends (strawberries and milk) espresso are popular. 

Oh, and the aircon is strong and steady here too. 

Pro-tip: The cosy café provides ample outdoor seating and also offers a selection of wraps and baked goods.


Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #02-24/K5 Jurong Point, Singapore 648886 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567959606

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11 AM – 10 PM 

Price: $$


Brio’s European-inspired menu is popular among young couples and families. Its most popular offering is the oxtail bourguignon that’s stewed for 36 hours until the meat effortlessly falls off the bone (including the flavorful bone marrow!). 

Another standout dish is the seafood linguine that’s ideal for a light brunch. It boasts a flavourful broth teeming with prawns and other crustaceans, offering a delightful depth of flavour.

Pro-tip: Servings are generous, so sharing portions between light eaters is ideal.

The Bravery 

Address: 50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6592484391

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9 AM – 6 PM; Friday to Sunday, 9 AM – 9.30 PM

Price: $$


The Bravery is a Muslim-owned cafe that serves all-day meals and in-house baked goods. It offers a breakfast menu that’s available until 3 PM on Fridays to Sundays, so make sure to plan your brunch outing around those days.

We keep coming back for its hearty steak and eggs set which features a 200-gram grass-fed striploin. It already comes with sourdough bread, sunny-side-up eggs, and a side salad! 

Pro-tip: The restaurant allows customisation with a choice of bread and egg preparation.

Good Bites

Address: 5 Bishan Street 14, #03-01, Singapore 579783 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569700233

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11 AM – 5 PM; Saturday and Sunday, 6 PM – 5 AM

Price: $$


Good Bites is nestled within Bishan Sports Centre, which is well-connected to public transport. It offers a delightful halal brunch experience with a diverse menu featuring fusion Western cuisine.

Its menu has affordable favourites for breakfast or early lunch including juicy burgers, tempting pasta, and delectable sweets. But the highlight of the place for us is its al fresco rooftop seating for sun-drenched brunches!

Pro-tip: Good Bites also offers vegetarian halal options.

Citrus By The Pool

Address: 3 Woodlands Street 13 Woodlands Swimming Complex, Singapore 738600 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6563666581

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11 AM – 5 PM; Saturday and Sunday, 6 PM – 5 AM

Price: $$


Citrus By The Pool, a brunch café, was born from a need for a halal-certified option in the tranquil North. The owner aimed to bring the café experience to nearby residential areas.

Today, it offers a wide menu including pasta, western fare, waffles, and Thai dishes like green curry and basil rice. If you feel spoilt for choice, you can always ask the friendly servers for advice on what to order.

Pro-tip: Located near Woodlands Swimming Complex, it’s perfect for a post-workout treat.

The White Label

Address: 734 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 198702 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6582022358

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 AM – 10 PM; Saturday and Sunday, 10.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


At The White Label, you can enjoy a unique culinary journey with a fusion of classical French and local flavours, known as French Malayan Cuisine. The décor stands out, balancing cosiness with elegance in a pleasantly subdued ambience.

We tried the Cherrywood smoked steak and found it perfectly cooked and seasoned. It was a juicy delight paired with deliciously prepared mash and vegetables.

Pro-tip: Best to make a reservation before visiting, as the place can get filled up fast.

Wanderlost Lounge

Address: 201 Victoria St, #07-04 Bugis Plus, Singapore 188067 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591458755

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 5 – 10 PM; Fridays, 5 – 10.30 PM; Saturday and Sunday, noon – 10.30 PM

Price: $$


Wanderlost Lounge pioneers exceptional halal non-alcoholic cocktails, matching the sophistication of top cocktail bars. Beyond drinks, it offers awesomely affordable food, superb service, and an Instagram-worthy ambience. 

For a hearty meal, we suggest the tender ribeye steak that exceeded our expectations. Also, the rendang nachos were surprisingly delightful, complementing the nacho chips perfectly.

Pro-tip: There’s convenient and plentiful parking at the Bugis Plus multi-storey car park.

The Great Mischief

Address: #01-17 National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6587213150

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 9.30 PM

Price: $$


You can experience Catalan-inspired cuisine at The Great Mischief. This picture-perfect cafe is nestled inside the National Gallery, offering a sensory journey inspired by Antoni Gaudi’s art nouveau style. 

Depending on your appetite, choose between the Grande Breakfast platter or light brunch options. The former features tasty sausage, an egg pairing, sourdough, homemade sauce, and potatoes.

Pro-tip: This place is stunning, with views of Marina Bay Sands from the bay windows!

Enak Enak Restaurant

Address: 340 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469520 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562461211

Hours: Sunday and Monday to Thursday, 11 AM – 4 PM; Friday and Saturday, 11 AM – 5 PM 

Price: $$


ENAK is a gem for quick, casual halal dining, offering satisfying brunches at wallet-friendly prices. It’s a must-visit if you love a homey vibe with your mid-day meal.

Choose from a wide variety of local favorites: chicken rice, nasi lemak, rojak, satay, horfun and dim sum, to western cuisine and popular seafood dishes. They have two outlets at Simpang Bedok and East Coast Park which open until late daily.

Pro-tip: Wait times may be longer during peak hours (typically at lunchtime and near dinner).

Cappadocia Turkish & Mediterranean Restaurant

Address: 69 Bussorah St, Singapore 199482 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6596779072

Hours: Daily, 11 AM – 11 PM

Price: $$


Cappadocia Turkish restaurant, nestled near Arab Street, offers authentic Turkish, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisine. This includes a halal brunch menu. 

We’re all over its puffy, soft bread and soothing hot mint tea. For bigger appetites, the menu has a special focus on meat, including chicken, lamb, beef, and seafood like salmon and prawns.

Pro-tip: The menu offers traditional Turkish dishes from appetisers to a Turkish yoghurt drink.