Where to Eat the Best Halal Steaks in Singapore
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Where to Eat the Best Halal Steaks in Singapore

It’s quite interesting to know that many consumers consider halal steak healthier due to strict production guidelines, which restrict certain additives and processes.

With growing global demand, the market for halal steak has thankfully expanded, resulting in more restaurants and suppliers offering certified options.

You don’t have to search high and low to get a cut. We’re sharing the deets on the best halal steaks in Singapore today!

Andes by Astons

Address: 5 Changi Village Rd, #01-2001, Singapore 500005 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565420302

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


Astons’ halal counterpart, Andes by Astons, has brought joy to Singapore’s Muslim population. With ten outlets island-wide, it offers convenient access to halal steak, with juicy ribeye as part of the menu.

The steakhouse offers high-quality prime sirloin, black pepper steak, New York strip steak, and the pricey but must-have Wagyu. Each main dish also includes two side dishes!

Pro-tip: Aside from steak, there’s a wide variety of meat options including grilled chicken, beef, lamb, and salmon.

Royz Et Vous

Address: 29 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198477 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562917152

Hours: Daily, noon – 3.15 PM and 5 – 9.15 PM

Price: $$


Royz Et Vous has consistently made it to the listicles of food critics as both a good halal fare and steak house. It offers a modern dining experience with marinated dishes and diverse spices.

Its menu is curated by both chefs and baristas, so it’s known for both its great food and coffee. The restaurant’s most popular dish, the NZ Beef Short Ribs, is seared and braised for 9 hours to perfection!

Pro-tip: Try the Brazen Beef Cheek: tender and juicy, paired with mustard mashed potatoes, roasted capsicums, mushroom ragout, and mushroom beef.

ASAP & Co.

Address: Floor 1, Far East Square, 70 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048458 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591017147

Hours: Daily, noon – 3 PM and 5 – 11 PM

Price: $$$


What started as a home-dining venture has become one of the top beef destinations in the nation. ASAP & Co. offers premium steaks inspired by slow-smoking techniques for enhanced flavour and tenderness. 

As it states, fire is the main ingredient for that smokey flavour.

Must-try menu selections include the Miyazaki Wagyu, vintage ribeye, and fullblood Wagyu picanha, known for its tender marbling.

Pro-tip: The restaurant offers discounts on Tomahawk Thursdays and Porterhouse Tuesdays. Plan your visit on these days to enjoy savings!

The Halia

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6584441148

Hours: Daily, noon- 3 PM and 6 – 9 PM

Price: $$$


The Halia, nestled in Singapore Botanic Gardens, offers a cosy and intimate ambience that’s perfect for special occasions and dates. Its Ranger’s Valley Wagyu striploin and full-blood Blackmore Wagyu steaks are the must-try dishes.

The restaurant’s Asian fusion menu also includes breakfast, brunch, lunch, specials, and kids’ dishes, with zesty ginger as a commonly used ingredient.

Pro-tip: Each order of steak comes with sautéed garlic spinach and black pepper jus.

I am…

Address: Floor 1, Sparkle, 45 Science Park Rd, #01-05/06, Singapore 117407 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569138012

Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 AM – 6 PM

Price: $$


If you like your steak brunch or early dinner served with lively background music, head on over to I am Cafe. It’s a a pioneer in halal hipster cafes in Singapore that also offers a selection of steaks and ribs including striploin, ribeye, and T-bone.

The striploin and ribeye are prepared in the Tennessee style, while the T-bone comes with garlic BBQ sauce, sunny-side-up egg, and potato wedges.

Pro-tip: Savour a variety of rib flavours, from exotic guava BBQ beef ribs to garlic BBQ and maple and chipotle.


Address: 92 Club St, Singapore 069460 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6597541909

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, noon – 3 PM and 5.30 – 10 PM

Price: $$


Picanhas’ in Singapore’s Central Business District specialises in serving the luxurious Brazilian picanha cut, known for its thick fatty layer and generous portions. 

It’s typically served sliced thinly against the grain and enjoyed as a centrepiece in Brazilian churrasco (barbecue) or as steaks in various dishes—and now you can have it in the Lion City!

The 200-gramme signature picanha steak comes with different sides. Choose from potato, mushroom, spinach, salad, chimichurri, Szechuan (spicy), or wasabi cream.

Pro-tip: There’s complimentary popcorn once you’re seated!


Address: Changi Rd, #324F, Singapore 419799 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6580314122

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, noon-11 PM

Price: $$


Charr’d Steakhouse in Singapore offers halal A5 Kuroge (Japanese black cattle) Wagyu beef from the Mie Prefecture. As the only halal restaurant importing A5 Wagyu from Japan, it guarantees freshness and sustainability. 

For a convenient group meal, try the Heavenly Meat Board featuring Australian grain-fed hangar steak, Wagyu sirloin, Wagyu ribeye, and Wagyu fillet with a choice of two kinds of sauces.

Pro-tip: Free parking is available on Sundays, public holidays, and after 10.30 PM on weekdays.

Lucky Luciano Steakhouse

Address: 302 Beach Road, The Concourse, #01-06, Singapore 199554 (Google Maps)

Contact: Reservations here 

Hours: Daily, noon-3 PM and 5 – 10 PM

Price: $$


Lucky Luciano Steakhouse is the latest venture of Singaporean rapper Sheikh Haikel. This time around, he offers prime cuts like A5 Wagyu steak and Angus tenderloin. 

There’s a bone marrow starter that’s drippingly sinful. Sides include roasted roots and cheesy spinach, with flavourful sauces like Mornay brown gravy and spicy tomato chimichurri.

Pro-tip: Celebrating a birthday? Tell the servers to get a free dessert!

Cherry & Oak

Address: 95 Owen Rd, Singapore 218907 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591194074

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


Cherry & Oak’s extensive menu covers everything for the ultimate dining experience, from smoked steaks to pasta, nasi lemak, oysters, and even cheesecakes!

Shabsouka is its signature offering. It features a 12-hour smoked brisket in a smoky and spicy stew that will have you smacking your lips.

But if you’re feeling indulgent, try the premium Australian 1.8-kilogram Wagyu tomahawk that’s extra juicy and filling.

Pro-tip: Try Burnt Ends cooked Lemak Api style, where the fats melt into a medley of rendang spices

Tash Tish Tosh

Address: 50 Kandahar St, Singapore 198900 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6587148677

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 AM – 11 PM

Price: $$


Tash Tish Tosh, renowned for its “tulang” beef ribs and buffalo wings, also serves delectable steaks. The crowd favourite at this halal eatery is the juicy and tender Angus ribeye complemented by a flavourful herb sauce. 

We highly recommend ordering the Wagyu ribeye here. It has a marbling score of 8 and offers incredible tenderness and flavour that melts in your mouth!

Pro-tip: Most of the portions are big enough to share, so ask how much each will serve to avoid over-ordering.

The MeatHouse

Address: Floor 5, Century Square, 2 Tampines Central 5, #05 – 04, Singapore 529509 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562601752

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 AM – 9.30 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 11.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$ 


The MeatHouse offers premium meats from around the world. A couple of must-try dishes include the 1-kilogram tomahawk steak that’s perfect for sharing and the juicy 200-gram striploin steak for a hearty meal. 

We also like its T-bone steak that’s grilled to juicy and tender perfection, with a medium-well cooking level that’s spot on. The beef inside is pink, not bloody, and suitable for diners who prefer less rare meats.

Pro-tip: For special occasions, treat yourself to the premium ribeye steak or filet mignon made with USA-certified Angus beef. 


Address: Floor 1, Bedok Shopping Complex, 298 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469454 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564466928

Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 5 – 10 PM; Saturday to Sunday 3 – 10 PM

Price: $$


Badoque Café was recommended to us for its generous portions, so of course, off to Bedk we went! It’s an old-school contemporary-themed cafe that serves a variety of hearty meals, including the lamb shank in demi-glace sauce.

We enjoyed its modern take on the on iga bakar (Indonesian grilled beef ribs) glazed with sweet citrus sauce. Options for sides include crispy potato wedges, sunny-side-up eggs, salad, peas, and toasted bread.

Pro-tip: Surprise, surprise, there’s no extra service charge with your dining bill!