Ramadan food guide: Halal restaurants to break fast for iftar in Singapore
After a day of fasting, break fast with good food: here are the best dinners and buffets during Ramadan for iftar in Singapore.
Ramadan holds important meaning for those who observe it. It’s a holy month of repentance, reflection and forgiveness. It’s also a time for Muslims to reconnect with family over a feast. There’s no better time to bond than over iftar – that’s the evening meal when Muslims end the daily fast at sunset. So, make your way to these halal restaurants for a spectacular variety of food during Ramadan for your iftar in Singapore.
How about celebrating this holy month the Persian way? Shabestan is situated in the heart of Robertson Quay and has been serving up Persian delights since 2013. It uses premium halal meats that are paired with ingredients like saffron, olive oil, pomegranates and more. The six-course menu starts you off with a watercress salad with cherry tomatoes and walnuts. After a traditional sparrow tongue soup and hummus, pick from mains like garlic yoghurt chicken, grilled fish, or halabi kebab. Be sure to save space for dessert which is a decadent combination of kunafa and ice cream.
Shabestan, $119 per person, available daily; #01-013, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239013