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10 Halal Thai Food Places Including Mookata For A Hot And Spicy Meal With The Squad

22nd January 2018

Halal Thai food spots for squad meetings


With intense flavours and blends of aromatic spices, Thai food is good for anytime of the year. Even though Thai food is considerably popular in Singapore, it’s still not easy to suss out halal Thai food places. For that, these 10 halal Thai food spots can help. Whether your squad prefers having a feast at air-conditioned restaurants or chilling over mookata at a kopitiam, this list of halal Thai food places can come in handy!


1. Sedap Thai


halal thai food - sedap thai

Sedap Thai is a mookata stall that uses beef fat instead of lard to grease your grill, leaving you feeling less jelak. A Platter Set ($20 for two people) comes with veggies, seafood, and marinated meats such as garlic chicken and black pepper beef. Their free-flow chicken broth turns flavourful as grilled meat juices trickle into it, while their tom yum broth (additional $2) is saltish, tangy, and slightly spicy. They even introduced an a la carte buffet ($20 per person) so you can take your crew down for a feast.

Check our our full review of Sedap Thai!

Address: 166 Jalan Besar, #01-08, Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 4:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 8298 3579
Website
Sedap Thai is a halal-certified hawker stall.


2. Central Thai


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Central Thai

Here’s a shout-out to students: Central Thai offers student lunch sets ($4.90++) from 11am to 6pm at their Junction 8 outlet on weekdays. That means one main and a Thai Iced Milk Tea (U.P. $3.50++ for hot, $4++ for cold) go at less than $10! The rest of us have value lunch ($9.80++) options such as Green Curry Chicken ($12.80++, $17.80++) in a set with rice. The value lunch set consists of a main, a Red Ruby dessert, and Thai Iced Milk Tea or Thai Lemon Grass. 

Address: 9 Bishan Place, #01-32, Junction 8 Shopping Centre, Singapore 579837
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6694 3175
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Full list of outlets
Central Thai is a halal-certified restaurant.


3. Na Na Thai Restaurant


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@mizethereal

Not to be confused with Na Na Original Thai Food in Golden Mile Complex, Na Na Thai Restaurant offers Indochinese, Asian, and Thai dishes. Their sweet Pineapple Fried Rice ($7.50) is served in a halved pineapple, and goes great with a bowl of Thai Green Curry Chicken ($12). Along with their Tom Yam Seafood ($12), this is a filling meal that won’t hurt the wallet after an unintended shopping spree with your crew.

Address: 14 Scotts Road, #04-022, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6333 8263
Na Na Thai Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.


4. GREAThai


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@greathai

For a meal with the fam, head to GREAThai which has dishes suitable for kids. While you tuck into Phat Thai Seafood ($11.30++) or Pineapple Fried Rice ($9.90++), they’ll be at the side enjoying their Honey Chicken ($9.90++). There are signatures such as Steamed fish with Hot lemon Sauce ($29.90++) and Deep Fried Fish with Mango ($29.90++), but you can just get their set meals that include rice, soup, a side, dessert, and two to three mains, depending on your group size. There are set meal options for two ($45.90++), three ($75.90++) and four people ($93.90++). 

Address: 430 Upper Changi Road, #01-06, East Village, Singapore 487048
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6702 7707
Website
Menu
GREAThai is a halal-certified restaurant.


5. Lukhon Thai


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@zabykitt

Another spot for kopitiam mookata is in the new and hip Fareground at Pasir Ris, where Lukhon Thai recently relocated to. One portion is good for up to four to share and you can get chicken stock at no additional cost, or add $2 for tom yum broth. If you add a cheese dip ($3.80), you can get a refill of it at $3. Jio your friends and go for their Platter Combo Set ($26.80 for two, $45 for four) which comes with seasoned beef and chicken, seafood, vermicelli, enoki mushrooms, and assorted veggies. For quick lunches though, they’ve also added red and clear Tomyum Soup ($3.50 for chicken, $4.50 for beef, $5 for seafood), and Thai Green Curry ($4 for chicken, $4.50 for beef).

Address: 110 Pasir Ris Central, #02-05, Fareground, Singapore 519641
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 9675 5849
Website
Lukhon Thai is a halal-certified eatery.


6. Saap Saap Thai


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@vnicenice

Saap Saap Thai puts Thai classics and street food on the table in over 50 ways and Signature Australian Beef Boat Noodle ($7.90) is one of the recommended dishes here. It’s a full serving unlike the small bowls you might expect, so give it a quick mix to loosen the very generous amount of rice noodles. Thin and tender beef slices and bobbing balls of beef complete it. Thai Grilled Chicken Noodle ($7.90), dry or with soup, has chicken slices grilled with a savoury-sweet sauce, and their Chicken Green Curry ($7.90) is spicy and sweet with lots of meat.

Address: 51 Tampines Avenue 4, #01-100, Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 529684
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Website
Saap Saap Thai is a halal-certified eatery.


7. Sticky Rice


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Sticky Rice is the spot in Bugis for affordable and good Thai dishes, with nothing over $10+. Pop in for an Iced Thai Milk Tea ($3+) if you’re nearby for its refreshingly strong tea flavour. Their best dish is their Mango Sticky Rice ($7+) which comes with fresh chunks of mango and luscious coconut cream on chewy sticky grains. I’d need a main like their Chicken Pad Thai ($6.50+) to go with it, and a good squeeze of lime plus a thorough mix will make sure the noodles soak in all that oomph. Their sour and hearty Seafood Tom Yum Soup ($7+) is devilishly red without too much heat – until you bite into its chilli padi bits.

Check out our full review of Sticky Rice!

Address: 23 Bali Lane, Singapore 189859
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6294 0118
Website
Sticky Rice is a halal-certified eatery.


8. Time For Thai


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Joining the stretch of supper eateries at Beauty World is Time for Thai that opens till 2am on weekends, and you’ll see their portions are one for sharing. Their Oyster Omelette ($13.90) is seriously indulgent with 18 plump oysters on a large fluffy omelette, topped with bean sprouts and carrot shreds. I make sure to top most spoonfuls of Olive Fried Rice ($6.90) with a baked cashew, so the mix of chicken, bits of egg, raw onions, and julienned green mango is sedap max. Dough Fritters with Sangkaya ($4.90) is the must-have dessert here. The green custard’s whiffs of strong pandan scent make each fritter two bites of an addictive snack.

Check our our full review of Time for Thai!

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 12am, Sat-Sun 10am to 2am
Tel: 6909 3903
Website
Menu
Time for Thai is a halal-certified eatery.


9. Bali Thai


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With outlets scattered all around Singapore, Bali Thai is probably the most convenient option on this list. Their Satay Madura ($6.80++ for four, $9.80++ for six sticks)  chicken and beef satay – can prep your taste buds while you wait for their popular Tom Yum ($14++) in a clay pot. Share a portion of Phad Thai with Prawns ($11.80++) and go for their Tahu Telur ($8.50++) for a sumptuous meal.

Address: 391A Orchard Road, #05-29, Ngee Ann City Podium Block, Singapore 238873
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6235 5125
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Full list of outlets
Bali Thai is a halal-certified restaurant.


10. Blue Jasmine


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Blue Jasmine is the most atas on this list, with its fancy interior and a spacious al fresco area with a swimming pool right in front of it. Try their vibrant blue noodles that come with Crab Meat Yellow Curry ($26++), or let your spoons dive into spicy and sour Orange Curry Stingray ($24++). I usually complete dinners at a Thai eatery with Mango Sticky Rice ($14++) and here, it’s done with blue sticky rice, caramelised peanuts, and coconut custard.

Address: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Singapore 217564
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6824 8851
Website
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Blue Jasmine is a halal-certified restaurant.


Halal Thai food that’ll make you say, “Aroy mak mak!”


Thai cuisine is one I don’t usually have alone because I get little satisfaction from just having one dish. To me, Thai food gathers friends round the table with soups, curries, and desserts to share. So jio your squad and have a feast at these halal Thai food places!


Featured image adapted from Instagram user @zabykitt‘s post

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