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7 Best Halal Restaurants To Break Fast This Ramadan 2024

11th March 2024

Best restaurants for iftar this Ramadan 2024

Ramadan 2024 has started and will continue until 9 April. During the fasting month, there are Ramadan bazaars aplenty where one can break fast, like the renowned ones in Geylang Serai and Kampong Gelam. but if you prefer a more formal setting for iftar with your loved ones, then look no further than this list. Numerous halal restaurants in Singapore have Ramadan 2024 promotions or special menus, which we’ve rounded up here.

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1. J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La 

Iftar Buffet - halal restaurants for ramadan 2024 singaporeImage credit: J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La

J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La is on our list of the best seafood buffets in Singapore, and for good reason: their halal-certified buffet lets you dig into free-flow Boston lobsters, king crabs, prawns, and mussels, atop an extensive selection of Asian and Western buffet dishes. Consider breaking your fast over a hearty feast this Ramadan with their Iftar Buffet, priced at $98++ per adult, or $58++ per child. The buffet is available every Monday to Thursday and on Sunday, between 6pm to 9:30pm. Kids’ prices are valid for children aged five to 11, while those under four dine for free with every paying adult.

You get all the seafood delights we mentioned earlier and a line-up of restaurant signatures. One of them is the Hyderabad Dum Biryani, a super fragrant briyani starring whole roasted lamb marinated for 24 hours, in a 24-spice blend. Another must-try is the Nasi Dagang, starring coconutty rice served with the crowd fave, Ayam Panggang Golek. Spicy food lovers have to get the Tom Yum Seafood Hotpot, starring a piquant, tangy broth and fresh seafood. Don’t forget to round off the meal with their Durian Pengat, their famed, creamy durian mousse dessert made with real flesh from the fruit.

FYI, you can top up $10++ on your buffet fee to enjoy a $25 credit voucher at the Palawan @ Sentosa—something to consider if you frequent Sentosa often! Make your reservations here.

1A Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249716
Opening Hours: Wednesday Open 24 Hours  Show More Timings 

Buffet hours: Mon-Thurs, Sun, 6pm to 9:30pm
J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin is a halal-certified eatery. 

2. The Buffet Restaurant, M Hotel 

iftar buffet - m hotel singapore - ramadan 2024Image credit: The Buffet Restaurant

M Hotel houses The Buffet Restaurant, Singapore’s first halal steamboat restaurant in the CBD. For Ramadan 2024, they’ve debuted an Iftar Delights menu, a hotpot dinner buffet starring free-flow local and Malay dishes as well.

Prices start at $68++ per adult from Sunday to Thursday, and $78++ per adult from Friday to Saturday. Dine in a group of four adults, and one person dines free! All diners also get a complimentary Premium Sliced Beef Platter to enjoy with their hotpot. Speaking of steamboat, you’ll get to choose from five different soup bases, including their seasonal Turmeric Kampung Chicken Broth. Enjoy that with a range of free-flow fresh seafood, which includes the likes of Chilled Oyster and Blue Swimmer Crab, as well as other classic hotpot ingredients. Beyond steamboat, you get a line-up of Ramadan-only delights, from Ayam Kelapa Goreng to Oxtail Assam Pedas. There’s also going to be a live station whipping up head chef Nazrin’s Signature Gurney Drive Beef Burger, and Mutton Ribs Gule with Toasted Roti! Do note the latter dish is a weekend-only item.

Find out more about The Buffet Restaurant’s iftar buffet!

81 Anson Rd, Level 2, Singapore 079908
Opening Hours: Wednesday Open 24 Hours  Show More Timings 

The Buffet Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

3. 21 On Rajah 

21 on Rajah Ramadan 2024-Ramadan Buffet
Image credit: 21 On Rajah

21 On Rajah’s halal-certified Ramadan Iftar Buffet offers what they call “Mediterr-Asian” cuisine, so expect a line-up of both Mediterranean and classic regional Malay and Indonesian dishes to enjoy. Available from 6pm to 10pm daily, the buffet starts at a very affordable $68++ per adult on weekdays, and $34++ per child.

Some highlights include their Roasted Whole Baby Lamb, slow-cooked for over 10 hours and best enjoyed alongside their fragrant basmati rice. There’s also the Eid-exclusive Bubur Lambuk, a spiced rice porridge perfumed with coconut milk, and Roasted Beef Short Ribs with Homemade Spice and Rosemary for something hearty. Come on weekends and enjoy free-flow grilled meats and seafood off their Grilled Station too! BTW, there’s also a prayer room located on-site for convenience.

Find out more about 21 On Rajah’s buffet!

21 On Rajah
1 Jln Rajah, Aloft Singapore East Wing, Singapore 329133
Opening Hours: Wednesday Open 24 Hours  Show More Timings 

21 On Rajah is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium 

holiday inn singapore atrium ramadan 2024 buffet
Image credit: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is well-known for their affordable halal buffets at their flagship Atrium Restaurant, so it’s no surprise that they’re bringing out the stops this Ramadan. From 11 March to 10 April, swing by to enjoy a satisfying, sprawling feast for iftar with their Kampong Ramadan Buffet menu, priced at $118++ per person for weekday dinner, and $128++ per person for weekend dinner. Lunch is also available at $94++ and $98++ respectively. What’s more, there’s also running a 1-for-1 promotion for adults, meaning the buffet is technically priced from $59++ per person! Kids under the age of five dine for free, too! The restaurant is also located near a prayer room, for ease.

The menu stars a range of Indonesian, regional, and Western dishes. Start at their seafood on ice section, which offers free-flow sashimi, baby abalone, as well as baby rock lobsters and Irish oysters, the latter of which is only available for weekend dinner. Next, dive deep into the buffet’s line-up of Malay dishes, from Lemak Siput Sedut, where mud snails are cooked in a moreish coconut gravy, to Paru Belado, of crispy-fried beef lungs best enjoyed with a red fiery sambal. Popular barbecue dishes make an appearance as well, including the weekend-exclusive Whole Baby Lamb that’s roasted on-site, and other small bites, from Otah-Otah to Sambal Squid. End off the meal with Nyonya Kueh and Goreng Pisang, alongside other small cakes and desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

Every buffet receipt also entitles you to spin a wheel on-site to win nostalgic games such as chapteh or five stones. If you’re an IHG One Rewards member, you are entitled to an extra spin. Finally, sign up to join their exciting lucky draw, where you stand to win hotel stays in South Korea, Malacca and more, as well as tickets to Universal Studios Singapore!

Find out more about the Atrium Restaurant Kampong Ramadan buffet!

317 Outram Rd, Singapore 169075
Opening Hours: Wednesday 09:00 a.m - 09:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

Buffet hours: Daily 12pm to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9pm
Atrium Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

5. Siam Kitchen 

Siam Kitchen
Image credit: Siam Kitchen

Siam Kitchen is launching an a la carte Thai buffet for iftar, priced from a super wallet-friendly $27.90++ per adult, and $14.90++ per child, aged between five to 10. The halal all-you-can-eat spread has a line-up of classic Thai eats you can dig into, from tom yum soup to spicy veggies such as their Long Bean Sambal. On to their mains, pick from beloved dishes including their Minced Chicken Basil and Thai Boat Noodles.

They also have a Premium Ala Carte Buffet, where you get additional dishes for a small top-up. These additions include Omelette Souffle, Siam Kitchen’s new signature, starring eggs whipped and fried till the exterior is crispy and golden brown, while the interior remains molten. The Premium option has a minimum two-people dine-in rule, and costs $42.80++ per adult, and $29.80++ per child.

Find out more about Siam Kitchen’s Ramadan buffet.

Full list of outlets
Siam Kitchen is a halal-certified eatery.

6. PastaMania

pastamania ramadan 2024 family bundle
Image credit: PastaMania

Another wallet-friendly option to break fast for Ramadan 2024 is PastaMania, which has an exclusive selection of mains created just for the period, priced at $13.80 each. Pasta lovers can try their Creamy Seafood Rebus Pasta, which marries the flavours of mee rebus with a creamy seafood alfredo. If you’re on Team Baked Rice, then the Curry Beef Baked Rice is a must. Fluffy tomato herb rice is paired with a moreish curry sauce, and topped with mozzarella that gets gooey and molten in the oven before it’s served. Finally, PastaMania delivers an upsized, fusion version of epok epok with their Seafood Rebus Calzone, stuffed with mussels, scallops, prawns, and clams.

You can order the mains ala carte, or as part of their Ramadan Combo Meal, priced at $21.50. This comes with your choice of main, and their popular Rainbow Brownie, as well as a thirst-quenching Cucumber Lemonade.

Full list of outlets
PastaMania is a halal-certified eatery.

7. Cafe O

cafe o ramandan 2024 food
Image credit: @nicolejyq

For a 24-hour dining option during Ramadan, swing by Cafe O’s outlet at Changi Airport Terminal 2. The restaurant is known for their local comfort food, from Malay Ginger Chicken Rice ($9.80), which combines Malay-style fried chicken with Hainanese chicken rice. Enjoy this with their Nian Gao Prata ($6.80), where crispy prata and chewy nian gao go hand-in-hand.

Besides their Changi Airport outlet, you can also head to their Bugis restaurant, which opens till 11pm for supper!

Website | Full list of outlets
Cafe O is a halal-certified eatery.

Halal restaurants and buffets to dine at for Ramadan 2024

Here are all the restaurants to enjoy a fulfilling feast to break fast with your loved ones this Ramadan! For more halal eats, check out our halal buffet and halal restaurants guides.

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This post was brought to you by J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La and Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium.
Featured image adapted from J65 at JEN Singapore Tanglin by Shangri-La, Siam Kitchen, 21 On Rajah and The Buffet Restaurant.

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