9 Must-Visit Halal Cafes That Serve Up The Most Delicious Brunch

The perfect remedy to a hectic week at work? Catching up with friends over a yummy brunch!

While there is an abundance of cafes in Singapore, looking for one that whips up a delicious brunch can be tough, especially if you are looking for a halal-friendly option. If you are planning an outing with your friends this weekend, we have cooked up a list of 9 must-visit halal brunch spots to check out!

1. Flavour Flings

Pic credit: Flavour Flings (Deconstructed Honey Shibuya Toast)

Tucked away in the heart of Hougang, Flavour Flings is a cafe that is well known for starting the salted egg yolk croissant trend in Singapore. The cafe is also known for putting a unique twist on international food trends, and its menu currently features dishes such as Milo-Coated Chicken and Yakult Cake.

With an IG-worthy set-up, it comes as no surprise that the cafe is a popular spot for brunch in the North-East. With a garden-like theme, you will find the walls of the cafe decorated with art depicting various types of couples, and it even has a wooden palette wall!

Aside from quirky dishes like Salted Egg Yolk Fries ($8.90) and Raclette Cheese Salted Egg Yolk Croissant ($9.90), the cafe also serves up the usual brunch dishes like Eggs Benedict ($14.90) and Bangers and Truffle Mash ($15.90).

If you are planning a visit to Flavour Flings, we recommend making a reservation as the cafe can get crowded over the weekends. You may make your reservation here.

Flavour Flings:

Address: Block 121 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1348

Opening Hours: 11:30AM-4PM & 5:30-10PM (Thursday - Monday), 5:30PM - 10PM (Wednesday), Closed on Tuesday

Price Point: $

2. (working title) - Burger Bar

Pic credit: (working title) - Burger Bar

One of the pioneers in the halal cafe scene, (working title) started out as a breakfast and brunch spot that catered to guests that stayed at a hostel. Today, the popular eatery evolved into (working title) Burger Bar, and has moved to a new home along North Bridge Road.

The Halal-certified cafe gives off a cosy vibe, and boasts a mix of industrial and eclectic decor. While the cafe kept its menu of brunch dishes, other new items such as handcrafted burgers were added to the menu.

Other than brunch dishes like The Big Breakfast ($23.80) and the Triple C Bagel ($18.70), (working title) Burger Bar also serves up over 5 different types of burgers, ranging from a Classic ($16.90), to Holy Crab ($23.80). The cafe is also known for its side dishes including Truffle Tater Tots ($9.90), and what might be the most popular dish on the menu, Ribena Wings ($9.90)

End off your meal with one of their milkshakes, which range between $9.90 and $11.90 across 5 different flavours! If you would like to head down to (working title) Burger Bar, we recommend making a reservation via their website before doing so.

(working title) Burger Bar

Address: 783 North Bridge Road

Opening Hours: 9AM-10PM (Sunday - Thursday) and 9AM-11PM (Friday-Saturday)

Price Point: $$

3. The Halia

Pic credit: The Halia (Smashed Avocado, $13)

Although the eatery is known for its halal fine dining experience, did you know The Halia whips up a delicious brunch menu over the weekend?

Located in Botanic Gardens, the halal restaurant is known for serving up some of the best contemporary European dishes with an Asian twist. With its idyllic setting, dining at The Halia is more than just a feast for your tastebuds, but it is an unforgettable experience as well!

Their brunch menu features dishes like Halia’s Singapore-Style Chili Crab Spaghettini ($26), Smashed Avocado ($17), and even BBQ Pulled Wagyu Beef ($15). The eatery offers a wide variety of vegetarian options as well, and if you are looking for something sweet to end your meal, the brunch menu also has 5 different desserts you can choose from.

Do note that the brunch menu is only available on weekends. If you are planning a trip down with your friends, we recommend making a reservation via their website.

The Halia

Address: Ginger Gardens @ Singapore Botanic Gardens (via Tyersall Avenue), 1 Cluny Road,

Opening Hours: 9AM-8:30PM (Monday - Friday & Eve of PH), 10AM-8:30PM (Saturday, Sunday and PH)

Price Point: $$$

4. Beyond Pancakes

Pic credit: Beyond Pancakes (Cheesy Nutella Roll, $14.90)

There is no denying that pancakes are a brunch staple, which is why many eateries that specialise in pancakes are popping up, and of the halal-friendly options would be Beyond Pancakes!

Having opened in 2016, the halal-certified dessert shop specialises in pancakes, as its name suggests. The eatery serves up a wide variety of both sweet and savoury pancakes, ranging from Blueberry Cream Cheese ($10.90 for 2 pieces) to Le Poulet ($12.90).

Aside from pancakes, the restaurant also serves up dishes like burgers and pastas. While you are there, make sure you order a portion of their Nachos ($8.90), which is their signature appetiser.

For the more adventurous, Beyond Pancakes also serves up other delicacies such as the pannenkoek, which is a Dutch pancake that is thinner than those we might be used to eating. You may also find Flammekueche on the menu, which is a German dish made out of bread dough rolled thinly.

Beyond Pancakes:

Address: #03-131A Marina Square Mall, 6 Raffles Boulevard

Opening Hours: 11AM-10PM (Monday-Friday), 10AM-10PM (Saturday, Sunday and PH)

Price Point: $

5. The Malayan Council

Pic credit: The Malayan Council (Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi, $29)

While many might know The Malayan Council for its Malay-Western fusion food, did you know that the popular eatery also serves brunch till 4PM daily?

The eatery’s brunch menu features 3 dishes, Eggs Benedict ($21), Eggs Royale ($23) and the Grand Malayan Breakfast ($28). The brunch menu is available at all 3 of its outlets, and there is also a kids menu for those looking to take the whole family out for a meal.

Brunch aside, the restaurant also whips up some delicious fusion dishes, including the Smoked Duck Lemak Chili Padi ($29), one of the more popular pasta dishes available on the menu, as well as the Roti Kirai Beef Ribs ($39). If you are in the mood to treat yourself, the Singapore Chilli Lobster ($48) is a unique twist on everyone’s favourite chilli crab, and the dish comes served with 6 mantous.

While The Malayan Council may be a bit pricier than most brunch spots, the quality of food served is worth the price plus, we all deserve a treat once in a while!

The Malayan Council

Address: 3 outlets across the island, please refer to their website for more details and specific menus

Opening Hours: 11AM-11PM (daily)

Price Point: $$$

6. All Things Delicious

Pic credit: All Things Delicious (Roast Chicken + Mango Salsa Open-face Sandwich, $16.90)