With Hari Raya approaching in April, that means plenty of halal-dining options to lend your tastebuds to. On top of dining options, there are also online Ramadan bazaars and home deliveries you can keep an eye out for. Little Steps has compiled a list of Ramadan-related activities to mark your calendars for with the fam. Take note!
This list is updated for 2023!
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Make it a BBQ feast this Ramadan season with the halal buffet at Atrium Restaurant. A menu highlight is definitely the Whole Spice Roast Baby Lamb available for weekend dinners only, along with other delicious delights like Lamb Chops, Ribeye Beef and Honey Chicken Wings. That’s not all – there will be over 40 dishes available every night to make sure you're spoiled for choice throughout. Prices start from SG$45 for adults and SG$25 for kids for lunch.
Atrium Restaurant, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Rd, Singapore 169075, +65 3138 2530, singaporeatrium.holidayinn.com/ramadan-buffet-highlights
Get ready your tastebuds specially over the weekend of April 21 to 23, 2023 with Rempapa’s range of Hari Raya specialty menu. 5 special dishes are created for the occasion by Chef Damian and Chef Alan Chan, including sensational delights like Sambal Goreng (SG$26), Ayam Masak Merah (SG$38) and Beef Cheek Rendang (SG$44). Wash it all down with Bandung Chin Chow (SG$8), a sweet combination of 2 classic drinks.
Rempapa, 2 Paya Lebar Rd, #01-01/02/03 Park Place Residences at PLQ, Singapore 409053, +65 9459 1603, www.facebook.com/rempapasg
An essential part of Hari Raya is the bazaars, and one that you can’t miss out on is the Kampong Gelam Ramadan Bazaar happening in the Bugis area. For one whole month, get to sample a whole range of sweet and savory treats alongside shops selling craftworks and trinkets. Visit during the weekends and be treated to a light projection show too!
Kampong Gelam Ramadan Bazaar, www.instagram.com/visitkamponggelam
No stranger to Indonesian and Malay food is Permata Singapore, where they are taking it up a notch this festive season for Hari Raya. From SG$88 per adult and SG$48 per kid aged 5 to 11, families can settle in and treat their appetites to cuisines like Botok Botok Barramundi, Rendang Tenderloin and Udang Temburung. Did we say “yum”?
Permata Singapore, 73 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198497, +65 9082 9941, www.gedungkuning.sg/permata
Eat your money’s worth with a halal buffet spread at Asian Market Cafe for the whole months of March and April. Expect an Asian influenced spread that will include everything from seafood on ice to Thai Beef Salads and even a DIY noodle station. Don’t leave without trying the “New Age Roti John” and the satay to add some spice in your life. Prices start from SG$90 per adult and SG$45 per child.
Asian Market Cafe, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560, +65 6431 6156, www.fairmont-singapore.com/dining/asian-market-cafe
From just SG$55 per pax, you’ll get to indulge in the finest tastes thanks to Ginger at Parkroyal On Beach Road. The restaurant presents their all-day halal buffet, featuring the most exquisite Hari Raya dishes like Rendang Udang Galah Perak, Laksa and Ayam Percik Kelantan. Choose between a chill weekday dinner session, or book a weekend slot for a family bonding together!
Ginger, Parkroyal On Beach Road, 7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591, +65 6505 5666, www.panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pr-beach-road/dining/ginger.html
It doesn’t matter if you’re craving for local, Japanese, Indian or Malaysian cuisine when Carousel at Royal Plaza On Scotts has it all! Their halal buffet spread starts from SG$88 per adult and SG$48 per child, and has everything to get you salivating, including fresh oysters, Gado Gado, BBQ Beef Ribeye and satay.
Carousel, Royal Plaza On Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220, +65 6219 3780, carouselbuffet.com.sg/heritage-flavours-menu
IKEA is a familiar store that provides us with everything we need for a cozy home. For March and April, this will also include delectable treats for Hari Raya, including limited-time only dishes like Nasi Kerabu with chicken leg and sweet spicy sauce (SG$8.90) and mini ondeh ondeh cakes (SG$4 each). Now after shopping with the family, you can tuck in and celebrate with a meal together too!
IKEA Singapore, multiple locations, www.ikea.com/sg/en/stores/restaurant
For scrumptious and authentic Indonesian fare, make a booking for Kintamani, where you’ll be mesmerized by classic delights like Ayam Geprek (fried chicken), Sayur Lodeh (vegetables in gravy) and Udang Birjirin (cereal prawns). The best part? Every group dining gets a free serving of chilli crab! Prices start from SG$42 per adult, with discounts valid for senior citizens and kids aged 6 to 12 years old.
Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, Furama Riverfront, 405 Havelock Rd, Level 3 Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633, +65 6739 6463, www.furama.com/riverfront/dining/dining-promotions/Ramadan-at-Kintamani
Pastamania is every family’s go-to when it comes to a pasta party, and that won’t change this Ramadan season. The food chain is launching their Sedap Ramadan Feast which includes 2 food items – the Chilli Seafood Pasta (from SG$13.80) and the Roti John BBQ Chicken Pizza (from SG$11.90). What’s more, make a donation of SG$5, SG$10 or SG$20, and Pastamania will match the total amount to families in need.
Pastamania, multiple locations, www.pastamania.com.sg/promotions/ramadan-promotion-2023-exclusiveitems
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