5 Halal Zi Char Restaurants To Feast at in Singapore

5 Halal Zi Char Restaurants in SG

1. Mr Teh Terik

Mr Teh Tarik Halal Zi Char

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Mr. Teh Terik has multiple outlets across Singapore and some even open up to 24hrs to satisfy your late-night cravings. Some of their signatures include the nasi lemak, ice teh-cino, etc. Mr. Teh Tarik currently has six brands but we’ll be focusing on two, Mr Teh Tarik Eating House and Cartel. 


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Mr Teh Tarik Eating House

At Mr. Teh Tarik Eating House, you can expect a variety of cuisines like Malay, Chinese, Thai, etc.


Mr Teh Tarik Halal Zi Char

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Mr Teh Tarik Cartel

Whereas for Mr Teh Tarik Cartel is a place where you can find everything in one, including BBQ seafood and classic zi char dishes.

Mr Teh Tarik

Address: 10 outlets

Opening Hours: 930am - 1030pm


2. Mari Mari Seafood

Mari mari Seafood[Image credits : @gulfofadin]

This seafood hotpot place almost went bankrupt until it received its halal certificate. Business tripled after our muslim friends were able to enjoy this traditional Teochew dish.


Mari Mari Seafood[Image credits : @marimariseafood]

Fish head steamboat is a lovely dish to share with friends and family. However, this delicacy is rarely served in halal zi char restaurants, which may cause fish steamboat FOMO among our Muslim friends.

Mari Mari Seafood[Image credits : @marimariseafood]

Mari Mari Seafood

Address: 182 Woodlands Street 13, #01-06, Singapore 730182

Opening Hours: 1030am - 1130pm

3. Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe

Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe
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Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe offers a plentiful variety of dishes where you can quench your cravings for dim sum, nasi lemak, and zi char dishes all at once. The dishes are marinated with the perfect blend of herbs and spices and are cooked to perfection which will tantalise your taste buds with every bite.

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Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe has 4 Outlets currently. Check Out More Here

Tang Tea House

Address: Jurong West St.42 Block 414, #01-783, Singapore 640414

Opening hours: Sun-Thur 11am to 2am, Fri-Sat 11am to 3am

4. Segar Restaurant

Segar Restaurant
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Segar Restaurant has launched another outlet at Chinatown Point which serves up Halal Chinese dishes. The meals are touched up with sauces that are flavorful and aromatic. 


Segar Restaurant[Image credits : @su_ann1908]

This renowned restaurant originated from Bedok North with chefs that have more than 15 years of experience with different restaurants like Thai Village and No Signboard. Segar Restaurant serves dishes that are rather price-reasonable which is ideal for a night out with your family and friends.

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Segar Restaurant

Opening hours: Open daily; 11.30AM-9.30PM

Address: Chinatown - 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, #B2-39/40/41, Singapore 059413


5. Jiak Modern Tze Char

Jiak Modern Tze Char
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Despite the richness of zi char food, dining in coffee shops may be oppressively hot at times. If you're craving some salted fish fried rice, you can turn to an air-conditioned restaurant in HillV2, Jiak, which serves halal zi char. This restaurant will satisfy all of your wants at once, with over 60 selections on its menu ranging from curry fish head to sambal Kang kong.


Jiak Modern Tze Char[Image credits : @noms.at.random]

Jiak Modern Tze Char[Image credits : @being_wil]

Jiak Modern Tze Char

Opening hours: Open daily; 11.30AM – 9.30PM

Address: Hillview - 4 Hillview Rise, HillV2 #02-04, Singapore 667979

Marina Bay - 8 Raffles Ave, #02-14 The Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802