The holy month of Ramadan is here and the festivities have begun in full fore. To add to your delight, we have listed out five places to try eating during the time of Ramadan.
This café offers more than what you are looking for. Carnivores will love the Cow-ch Potato, a nicely seared striploin cut Angus beef steak with caramelised onions and garlic butter on a bed of potato puree. Their Cut The Crab appetizer is a hot favourite amongst patrons; breaded crab meat cakes stuffed with gooey mozzarella cheese.
If you’re more of a fish person, the Salmon Khan is a must try. And if you are little experimental with your drinks, you will love the drink in a light bulb. The original sin at WORD Café is their star dessert, The Original Sin, an apple crumble made in an apple.
Address: 906 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 787110
Azur Restaurant (Crowne Plaza Changi Airport)
Lavish Ramadan buffets are a truly a godsend at Azur. The restaurant is offering a special halal-certified buffet till June 26. Try their signature roasted beef ribs and satay marinated lamb leg. Don’t miss their selection of fresh seafood. Take your pick from dishes like nasi ayam penyet, chicken/beef satay and pasta to your favourite traditional Raya delicacies like ayam masak merah, beef rendang and sayur lodeh.
Quench your thirst with shahi gulab (think Arabic bandung!) served with chopped watermelon cubes. Complete your buffet experience with delightful traditional desserts including kueh lopes, kueh ubi pisang and of course, self-serve ice kachang.
Address: 75 Airport Blvd, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Singapore 819664
Hjh Maimunah Restaurant
If you have a taste for Malay wedding cuisine, Hjh Maimunah is the place to try. Their Kueh is handmade fresh everyday with the best ingredients available. For serving Sambal Goreng Pengantin, the restaurant doesn’t wait for any Malay wedding, they serve it fresh daily. A favourite among Kampung cuisine fans, Sotong Masak Hitam is a classic dish from Malay cuisine served here.
Fresh beansprouts, spiced grated coconut and sliced beans; The Urap is a great addition to any meal here at Hjh Maimunah Restaurant. No meal at Hjh Maimunah is complete without a side of Sambal Goreng. The perfect mix of tofu, tempe, sliced green beans cooked in a spicy sauce.
Address: 11 and 15 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199078
20 Joo Chiat Road #01-02, Singapore 427357
3017 Bedok North Street 5 #04-08 Gourmet East Kitchen, Singapore 486121
At Badoque Café, you can explore halal versions of Greek and Mediterranean dishes mixed with an Asian touch. Their Ramadhan special menu includes lamb ribs bamia served with spiced tomato rice, Seafood aglio olio, beef ribs, crab pasta and Badoque lamb shank. The café has got iced drinks like salted caramel.
Address: Simpang Bedok: 298 Bedok Road, Singapore 469454
Upper Thomson: 246 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370
Spize is one of Singapore’s most popular and respected restaurants. A melting pot for East and West tastes, it is conceptualised with the status of the nation as one of the most metropolitan and globalised city-states.
It commenced its operations in Bedok and has expanded to River Valley. The restaurant has built a reputation for its quality, value-for-money authentic Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Western and Mediterranean food. The major attraction is the display of commitment to serve throughout the night, any day.
Address: 336 Bedok Rd, The Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469512
409 River Valley Road, Singapore 248307
131 Rifle Range Road #03-04, Singapore 588406
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