Mom And Dad(Ramadan 2022) Halal Kid-Friendly Restaurants to Break Your Fast With The Family

(Ramadan 2022) Halal Kid-Friendly Restaurants to Break Your Fast With The Family

Fast forwarding into April, we have once again reached the holy month of fasting! Apart from the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions just in time to welcome Ramadan 2022 bazaars back in Singapore, here is a list of 15 Halal kid-friendly restaurants you can break fast with your family at after the sun sets: 

The Halia 

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Located amidst the lush greenery of Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Halia offers a special Ramadan menu from 3 April to 2 May. With their communal menu, you can choose between a 5-person Ramadan 2022 feast ($290++) or a 2-person sharing set ($120++). Some delicacies you can look forward to at this Halal kid-friendly restaurant are lemongrass and ginger prawn salad, smoked duck pate, Singapore-style chilli crab spaghettini, and more! 

Location: Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens 

Malayan Council 

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Known for their fusion food, endearingly coined ‘West meets Malaya’, Malayan Council came to establishment in 2015, opening 3 outlets in Bussorah Street, Winstedt Road and Dunlop Street. 

While their main course offers the adults stellar dishes like Seafood Asam Pedas ($29) and Smoked Duck Lemak Chilli Padi ($32), the kids menu is equally palatable. Think dishes like Chicken Seafood Marina ($15) or Chicken in a Basket ($15) if your kiddo’s feeling only a little peckish. 

Location: Bussorah Street, Winstedt Road and Dunlop Street 

FIKA Swedish Café and Bistro 


Another kid on the block which needs no further introduction, Fika serves up traditional Swedish food and pastry. This Ramadan 2022, they remain competitive by introducing a seasonal menu which includes mains like Slow-roasted Marinated Lamb Shank ($30) and Southern Swedish Potato Dumplings ($15). 

For the little tots, we are sure the $10 kids menu featuring Swedish meatballs and Macaroni Stew will be a cut above what you’ll normally get at IKEA. Plus, don’t forget desserts for the sweet tooth! 

Location: Beach Road

La Fez 

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Taking the Instagram world by storm, La Fez opened its doors last year, along the streets of East Coast. While there aren’t any playgrounds here to qualify it as one of the Halal kid-friendly restaurants, we are sure its dainty pink interior and exterior will do the job well to impress your young princesses. 

Stepping into the Moroccan-style café, you can enjoy all-day brunches, vegetarian dishes, dip platters, and wood-fired meats here. Surely, this will be a treat for Iftar. 

Location: East Coast Road  

Sedap Thai 

In between all the Halal kid-friendly restaurants and cafes, if you’re looking for something that is unpretentious, Sedap Thai might just be the comfort Mookata you’re looking for. 

Priding themselves as the first Halal Thai barbecue in Singapore, you can snag a good 4-person platter at $40 or… you could simply opt for the $20 per pax buffet! 

Location: Berseh Hawker Centre  

Monster Planet 

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This Ramadan 2022, Monster Planet is celebrating Ramadan 2022 with a couple set ($49.90), serving up a combo curry rice (katsu, fish, beefballs and mushrooms!), honey toast and 2 specialty drinks. If you’re intending on feasting here with your family, fret not as they also a larger family bundle going at $76.90. 

Location: Causeway Point, The Centrepoint, Paya Lebar Square, JEM, and Jewel 

Holiday Inn 

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50% off adult prices for Ramadan buffets. Need we say more? 

Running between 2 April to 31 May, it is currently offering a lunch and dinner buffet. While lunch is going from $82++ for adults and $25++ for children, dinner’s price tags are not far too hefty either – starting from $94++ for adults and $30++ for children. 

Here, you can expect to find Korean delights, seafood, Gado-Gado, Asian delicacies as well as live station with Singaporean street food. (That’s not even all!)

Location: Holiday Inn, Atrium Restaurant 

Royal Palm 

More 1-for-1 buffets? Yes, please! All through the week. 

With 3 different Ramadan menus (alternating every two days), their Iftar buffet is available from 3 April to 2 May. Their promotion lasts all through the week, with prices varying for weekday lunch, weekday dinner and weekend dinner. This Halal kid-friendly restaurant even allows kids below 3 to dine for free and kids up to 7 to dine in for $17.66 nett, regardless of day or time. 

Here, you can expect a goreng-goreng station, live BBQ station, Western, seafood and Indian food. 

Location: Orchid Country Club Restaurant 

Burgs by Project Warung 

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If you’re looking for gourmet burgers which don’t leave a hole in your wallet, Burgs will be right up your alley (or your kids). 

Their Ramadan 2022 specials include Bandung Soda Float ($5.90), Chicken Satay Burger ($6.80) and Beef Roti John ($7.50). If you aren’t already sold, we are sure your kids will be with the biscoff soft-serve bandung float. 

Location: Chai Chee, Timbre+, Punggol and Bukit Batok 

Citrus By The Pool 

Heads up, Northeners! There are a couple reasons why Citrus by the Pool makes for the perfect Halal kid-friendly restaurant to break fast at. Not only does it open till 6am daily, it’s also located within the Woodlands Swimming Complex! That means you can grab a scrumptious bite after your kids are done frolicking in the water. 

Featuring their signature dishes such as Grilled Sous-Vide Chicken Thigh ($16.99), Thai Green Curry ($13.99) and Baked Salmon ($19.99), this restaurant does not lack in serving up comfort delis. 

Location: Woodlands Swimming Complex 

Seoul Garden Hotpot 

A classic go-to for Korean fans, this one needs no further introduction. Having gone through their revamp, Seoul Garden has done away with their old-school buffet. However, their new and improved menu stews up some hotpot stars. 

Think premium ingredients such as Abalone Ginseng Black Chicken Hot Pot ($24), Kimchi Supreme Seafood Hot Pot ($28) and Soon Dubu Wagyu Beef Hot Pot ($22). As their tagline goes, we are sure your family will be seoul-fully delighted here.   

Location: Bedok Mall, Changi City Point, Parkway Parade, Clementi Mall, Harbourfront Centre, IMM Building, Jurong Point, and Northpoint City 

Pizza Arc 

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While Halal kid-friendly restaurants are great for dining out, we understand if you simply want to be a homebody for the evening. Just a phone’s call away, you can comfortably indulge in Pizza Arc from your sofa. 

This Ramadan 2022, they are offering a Hari Raya special bundle going at $59.90 – with special flavours such as Curry Seafood, Satay Popcorn Chicken and Nacho Chips! If you’re not feeling something fun and funky, they also have other pizza flavours like Spicy Garlic Chicken ($18.20 for a large) and Pepperoni Double Wonders ($21.50 for a large). 

Location: Delivery/Pick-up

Ramadan 2022: Plenty Of Kid-Friendly Restaurants To Break Fast At!

It might be hard to find Halal kid-friendly restaurants with a food variety suitable for your children. But now, this list has got you covered. Whether it is Korean, Western, Moroccan or Thai you are craving for your Iftar, you don’t have to spend the whole day thinking about where to break fast at! 

For a full day of fun, check out these 10 Exciting Activities for Kids in Singapore This April!


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