10 Of The Best Halal Eateries To Look Out For In Sentosa

Gastronomical day out

Located just 15-minutes away from Singapore lies Sentosa, an island home to some of the country’s biggest attractions that include Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove Waterpark, SEA Aquarium and many more. Sentosa may be small, but sure isn’t shy with the amount of F&B outlets it offers!

Don’t worry, there are actually a handful of Halal eateries available throughout the island, and we’ve picked 10 of the best!

Universal Studios Singapore

Southeast Asia’s very first movie theme park wouldn’t be complete without housing at least one Halal eatery! Here at Universal Studios Singapore, there are actually 5 different Halal restaurants that you can choose from. Whether it’s western favourites or local delights!

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1. Oasis Spice Cafe

Oasis Spice Cafe

If you’re craving for Middle Eastern food, head over to Oasis Spice Cafe, located in Ancient Egypt. Not only is it air-conditioned, it features an Egyptian-themed concept that fits perfectly well with its food. The restaurant also features a huge seating area that is perfect for large groups and even those that are just looking to get away from the hot sun for a bit!

Oasis Spice Cafe

Food prices here are a little expensive (it’s a theme park, after all!) but not to worry, they serve in huge portions that are sure to fill your stomachs for the rest of the day, or at least for the terrifying Mummy Ride that’s just opposite the restaurant!

Our top favourite item on the menu would have to be their Butter Chicken Briyani Rice. Flavourful with a hint of spiciness, this is one unorthodox theme park food that you can’t find anywhere else. Also, nothing can go wrong with Butter Chicken!

Location: Ancient Egypt, opposite Mummy Ride

Price: combo sets from $10.50

Operating hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm

Contact: 6577 6688

2. Mel’s Drive-In

Mel's Drive In

For New York-style hot dogs and fries, Mel’s Drive-In is the perfect place for you. This restaurant’s decor is highly influenced by the 1973 American film – American Graffiti and is the closest restaurant to the park’s entrance.

Always packed, this colourful diner serves up American favourites that are mostly bigger than the size of your palm, and with fast service!

Mel's Drive-In

Picture the classic American-style burger with a Singaporean twist and you’ll get Mel’s Drive In’s unique menu item: the Shiok Burger. With spiced chicken floss, onion rings, guacamole, and turkey bacon on beef patty, this burger is a perfect mix of local and western flavours that makes it a definite must-try in this restaurant!

Besides the restaurant’s colourful interior, Mel’s Drive In also has a few classic cars displayed outside its restaurant that serves as perfect spots for your #OOTD shots!

Location: New York, opposite Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase

Price: combo sets from S$12

Operating hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm

Contact: 6577 8888

3. Friar’s


Located in Far Far Away, Friar’s Good Food is known for their Fish & Chips and range of Vegetarian options. Offering both alfresco and indoor seating, Friar’s are also known for their generous servings of fries which, let’s be honest, is the most important thing when it comes to Fish and Chips!


Apart from its Fish & Chips, Friar’s also serve amazing Chicken & Chips, seafood baskets and even ice cream and milkshakes. Also, the prices offered here at Friar’s are relatively cheaper than the other Halal eateries in USS!

Location: Far Far Away, opposite Shrek’s 4-D Adventure

Price: from S$9

Operating hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm

Contact: 6577 8899

4. Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court

Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court

However, what’s a theme park in Singapore if it doesn’t serve local food? Head over to Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court for Halal Asian favourites that include the local favourite: Nasi Lemak and Satay (grilled meat skewers). Unlike Discovery Food Court, Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court serves food that are a little more pricey.

Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court

Also, the food served at Marty’s, including the Kid meals, are accompanied by plate-filled portions so we must say, it’s incredibly worth it! Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court also features a vegetarian menu as well!

Location: Madagascar, right before the entrance to Far Far Away

Price: from S$9

Operating hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm

Contact: 6577 8888

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Amidst large slides and snorkelling among 20,000 tropical fish, Adventure Cove Waterpark features a small range of dining options that include food trucks and stands. Because the park is very strict on their “no outside food allowed” policy, taking away food from nearby hawker centres or bringing in food from home is definitely a no. There are however 2 Halal food stalls in Adventure Cove Waterpark that will be able to solve your hunger pangs!

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1. Food carts

Hotdogs & drinks

Hot Dogs & Drinks serves typical savoury theme park favourites such as Hot Dogs, Bangers & Mash, drinks and ice cream. With reasonable prices, these menu items are enough to fill your stomachs before you hop onto another big splash!

Additionally, in terms of meat, Hot Dogs & Drinks only use chicken and beef!

Location: behind Big Bucket Treehouse

Price: from S$6

Operating hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Contact: 6577 8888

Riverside snacks is also another food cart that serves up Halal food for the ones that are a little too hungry for just hot dogs. With Biryani, Pizza and even Nachos, filling your stomachs isn’t a problem, but getting a place to sit can be a feat!

There are a few sitting areas along the Bluwater Bay and Big Bucket Treehouse and if you’re lucky, you might find some empty seats!

Location: behind Bay Restaurant

Price: from S$8

Operating hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Contact: 6577 8888

Malaysian Food Street

Like its name, Malaysian Food Street, located just a walking distance from USS, brings every Singaporean’s favourite food from across the causeway right here in Sentosa. Yes, no more heading north for Malaysian delicacies anymore!

1. Kampung Nasi Lemak

Malaysian Food Street

There are a few Halal food stalls in Malaysian food street that serve a variety of cuisines that include Malay, Indian and Middle Eastern.The prices here are a little pricey as compared to the other hawker centres in Singapore. Also, there is reasonable amount of seating throughout the whole premise, which is of course good news for the big groups!

Kampung Nasi Lemak

An absolute must-try would have to be the Nasi Lemak at Kampung Nasi Lemak. Widely considered as a Malaysian delicacy, this popular breakfast dish is equally famous in Singapore and is served with fried eggs, instead of hard boiled!

There are different kinds of Nasi Lemak sold at Kampung Nasi Lemak. Choose from Rendang (spicy beef dish), fried chicken or fish, and you’ll be served a hearty portion with an additional Otah (grilled fish cake consisting of ground fish meat mixed with spices)!

Location: Malaysian Food Street

Price: from S$5

Operating hours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 11am – 9pm, Friday, Saturday & Public Holiday: 9.00am – 10.00pm, Sunday: 9.00am – 9.00pm, closed on Wednesday

The Forum

The Forum at Resorts World Sentosa is where you’d find retail shops and a whole bunch of F&B outlets. From candies and chocolates to high end restaurants, there’s so many things one can choose from. In terms of Halal eateries, there are a handful of them here at The Forum, including fast food!

1. Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme

Since opening its first outlet in Singapore in 2013, Krispy Kreme has successfully made every local’s taste buds sweeter with its iconic glazed donuts. Today, it has 7 different outlets across the island, with one finally opening its doors in Resorts World Sentosa!

Here, guests can choose from special flavours that you probably could not find at the other outlets in Singapore such as the mini doughnuts, which usually sell out really quickly so be early!

Choose from interesting flavours such as Mini White Chocolate Coconut Praline, Mini Mocha Crisp, Mini Dark Chocolate Raspberry Ring and Mini Original Glazed!

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-201, Singapore 098138

Price: from S$2 per doughnut

Operating hours: 9:00am – 10:00pm

Contact: 6570 4873

2. BaliThai


For appetites that can’t choose between Indonesian and Thai cuisine, head over to BaliThai – an Indo-Thai restaurant serving separate cuisine menus as well as a fusion menu! BaliThai also serves relatively spicy food, so good news for the chilli-lovers!


Choose from a wide range of favourites that include Pad Thai, Green Curry, Pineapple Fried Rice, Tahu Telur, Tomyam and so much more in a tranquil restaurant setting that also serves as a perfect place for dinner dates!

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #B1-221 098138

Price: from S$20

Operating hours: 11:30am – 10:00pm

Contact: 6884 8862

3. McDonald’s

Macdonalds breakfast

Okay but, what’s a tourist destination without fast food? At The Forum lies two Halal-certified fast food restaurants – Mcdonald’s and Texas Chicken. The prices here are about 20 cents more than the usual prices in Singapore but then again, what better way to start a day right than to have breakfast at Mcdonald’s, right?

The Mcdonald’s here also comes with a McCafe, in case you’re looking to have a caffeine or cheesecake fix before gearing yourself up for a full day of fun!

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, #B1-211,/212/213/214, 098138

Price: meals from S$6

Operating hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:00am – 11:00pm, Friday: 6:00am – 12:00am, Saturday – Sunday: 24 hours

Contact: 6777 3777

4. Texas Chicken

Texas Chicken

Interestingly, Resorts World Sentosa houses the 500th outlet of Texas Chicken in the entire world! During its opening day, Texas Chicken’s Global President CEO, Jim Hyatt himself came down to fry the chicken!

Also the 12th outlet in Singapore, Texas Chicken at RWS opened its doors just recently last September and today, the restaurant is mostly packed with chicken lovers, considering that it is also the only chicken fast food restaurant in RWS!

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway #B1-215/216 098138

Price: meals from S$7

Operating hours: 24 hours

Contact: 6659 2115

Hungry no more

With a whole list of Halal eateries in RWS, there’s no need to worry about settling your food before stepping foot into Sentosa anymore. You can also find Halal snacks around the island that include Old Chang Kee near KidZania, and several convenience stores like 7-11 and Cheers!

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