15 Halal Places to Eat in Orchard Under SGD 10

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Selera Cuppage Food Corner

Located at Cuppage Plaza, Selera Cuppage Food Corner serves Malay, Indonesian and local food.

I was impressed with the freshness and passion of the kitchen. I had a Thai Nasee Goreng followed by Indian Prata with banana and curry sauce. Really very good! I can’t rate this place higher than I did because plastic wipes down chairs and tables mean you are dining at a certain budget and the ambience is typical of street food.

Address: #01-11, Cuppage Plaza, 5 Koek Road, 228796
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 10:30 – 22:30
PHONE:+65 62350520

Dad’s Corner

A halal Western food stall at a kopitiam, chef-owner Hasrat Faddil is a graduate from At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy who has interned at Joel Robuchon.

One must compare apple to apple, and as food at kopitiam goes, this Western food stall was not bad. The homemade patty of the king beef burger ($5) was marinated thoroughly, with the secret ingredient of chicken stock–very tasty. The surface was seared till crispy while the inside remained moist. Topped with caramelized onions, the burger was almost perfect–a pity about the buns and the store-bought sauces, but taking time and cost into consideration, I guess that can’t be helped.


Our favorite dish, Ong Bak pasta ($5), was tom yam pasta, sourish and spicy–we were on a low-carb diet but we finished the entire plate. Irresistible. Sedap! The seafood paella ($5), however, was so-so – tomato-ish rice without much flavor. Stick to the beef burger and the Ong Bak pasta.

Address: #01-21/22 Roadside Cafe, Singapore Shopping Centre, 190 Clemenceau Avenue, 239924
Mon – Thu: 11:00 – 18:00
Fri: 15:00 – 20:00
Sat: 11:00 – 18:00
Closed: Sun
PHONE:+65 90115733

Cahaya Murni Halal Muslim Food

This eatery serves halal Chinese food, with plenty of inexpensive rice and noodle dishes. For something a little different, try the beef claypot noodles.

Cahaya is one of the cheapest places for a Halal meal in town, located on the 5th floor of Far East Plaza. Everything on the menu is sedap gila, but my favourite is the crab-meat noodles.

Address: #05-91/92, Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Road, 228213
OPENING HOURS:11.30am – 9.00pm, Mon – Sun: 11:30 am – 09:00 pm
PHONE:+65 67348434

Cafe Mondo

An awesome place for desserts is Cafe Mondo. Chocolate lovers should get their hands on Cafe Mondo’s Chocolate Fudge Cake or Chocolate Fudge Brownie. Other under SG$10 desserts on the menu include the Apple Crumble, Kronuts and Cheese Cakes.

Where: 181 Orchard Road, #02-31/32 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
Contact No: +65 6884 7510
How to get there: Nearest MRT stations: Somerset MRT Station

Ayam Bakar Ojolali

The Malay word ‘Ayam Bakar’ means ‘Grilled Chicken’ in English while ‘Ojolali’ is Javanese words and means ‘Don’t Forget’. In combination ‘Ayam Bakar Ojolali’ means ‘Unforgettable Grilled Chicken’ in English.

Address: #03-39/43, Lucky Plaza, 304 Orchard Road, 238863
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 12:00 – 21:00
PHONE:+65 62353597

Long John Silver’s

Located on Orchard Road, Long John Silver’s (Orchard Road) serves American cuisine.

Address: 38 Orchard Road, 238836
OPENING HOURS:Mon – Sun: 08:00 – 22:00
PHONE:+65 63383061

Ayam Penyet Ria

Ayam Penyet Ria is a famous Indonesian restaurant chain with 5 outlets across Singapore. This restaurant chain is specialized in Ayam Penyet, a smashed fried chicken dish, which has been praised as one of the most delicious fried chicken on earth. Products are relatively affordable and good value for money.


If you’re craving for some smashing good chicken, there is no better place to go than Ayam Penyet Ria. They serve the most delicious Ayam Penyet (Smashed Fried Chicken) with a side of rice, fried tofu and tempeh, cucumber and savoury spicy chilli. Your tummy is guaranteed to be satisfied after a meal. If you’re in the mood for something else, you can also find dishes like Soto Ayam (Chicken Soto) or Rawon (Surabaya Beef Soup) in Ayam Penyet Ria.

On another note, isn’t Ayam Penyet quite a gory name for a dish?

Address: 304 Orchard Road, #1-45/47 and #4-25/27 Lucky Plaza
14 Scotts Road, #5-22/23 Far East Plaza
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 11:00 – 21:00
PHONE:+65 62356390
+65 62357385

Warung M Nasir

Located at Killiney Road, Warung M Nasir serves Indonesian cuisine. They have another outlet located along Circular Road.

Warung M Nasir is one of the best places for Nasi Padang in Singapore, and their Beef Rendang and Sambal Goreng is simply delectable. This cozy eatery also sells delicious kueh. Don’t forget to order Teh Botol (Bottled Tea) to complete your meal!

Address: 69 Killiney Road (near Somerset MRT station)
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 11.30am – 9.30pm
PHONE:+65 65367998

Ananas Cafe

I think that there is a Ananas Cafe at every MRT station locale.
It’s a good spot to drop in for a quick bite and go. There are a couple of very small tables/chairs so you can eat in. But it’s certainly not a place to meet someone for a meal, although I often spied hordes of students having their lunch there.

The cafe serves up a spread of tasty local Singaporean fare (mostly Chinese/Malay and fried/stir-fried). When you happen to be passing by at ‘the right time’, ie when they are just filling up their trays for that day, more often than not, you cannot resist stopping for a takeaway.

I give the chain full marks for the spread, for taste/flavor and for price although the food does err on the greasy side, and I cannot vouch for its quality – eg the type of oil that is used to cook the food. I was at the Lavender Station yesterday and gave in to a packed lunch of a noodles and two vegetable items.I enjoyed it very much but had an uncomfortable throat the whole afternoon.

Address : Outram Park MRT, 10 Outram Road #01-01, Singapore, Singapore

AR Razzaq Cafe

Ahh, Ming Arcade. Home of the legendary Patio Pub with the best chicken wings in Singapore + cheap beer.

However, hidden in the decrepit building with all the dodgy “offices” lies a wonderful secret. While the rest of the building sleeps in drunken stupor during the day, a single gem is awake on the third floor serving the best nasi pading this side of the island.

Ar-Razzao Cafe sits about 40 people, with tables lining the side of the corridors of that floor. Doesn’t matter, since all other shops are always closed up.

To order, you just line up at the counter, tell the nice lady if you are eating in or taking out. With a plate and a scoop of cooked rice in the middle of it, you just point at what you like at the spread laid out at the counter.

Usually there is a variety of almost 30 different dishes. Meat curries, rendang, vegetable curries and stir-fries. Tofu and tempei, fried egg, boiled egg. Bergadel or potato cutlets! Sting-ray assam curry, sotong cooked in red sauce, brinjal, petai, fried chicken.


For a plate of 2 different meat dishes and 1 vegetable, it costs approximately SGD$4.

After choosing your food, order your drink and pay for everything. Then grab your tray, find an empty table and enjoy!

It gets REALLY, REALLY crowded at lunch time. And by 1:45pm, generally all the good stuff is sold out.

What I usually do is hit it just before lunch, eat in happiness, and spend the rest of the day grinning like an idiot.

TIP: Go at 11:30am to avoid the super crowd.
TIP: Park at Forum Galleria. Ming Arcade as a total of 6 lots at the loading bay. Good luck if you do find a spot. Orchard Parade hotel’s parking rate is ridiculous.
TIP: Bring cash, no credit card here. And SGD$10 is more than enough.

Address : 21 Cuscaden Road, #03-05, Ming Arcade, Singapore 249720
Phone : 6733 0409

Es Teler 77 Juara

Located at Orchard is this very special fast food restaurant that serves Indonesian food. At less than 10 bucks, savor your favorite Indonesian delights.

Tucked in a cosy corner at the basement, Es Teler 77 is where you can have an affordable Indonesian meal, served in large portions. For a start, try their Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) or Mie Ayam (Chicken Noodles).

Address: #05-82, Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Road, 228213
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 12:00 – 21:00
PHONE:+65 67340656

Puncak Best Noodle Halal Muslim Food

There are two teams for those who frequent the 5th floor of Far East Plaza: The Puncak Team and the Cahaya Team. Puncak is located just beside Cahaya Restaurant (#2), and the food is equally affordable. There are two extra scrumptious dishes on the menu: Fried Wanton and Claypot Rice. In Puncak, Malay-Muslims can have their Chinese-style Tze Char.

Address: 14 Scotts Read, #05-94 Far East Plaza
Phone:+65 6738 4348


Pasta Mania serves up cheap, tasty Italian food to the masses. We use only the best ingredients sourced from around the world, and constantly tweak our recipes to perfect it. We have many outlets around Singapore, so pop by for a casual meal of pasta, pizzas, and desserts. We also make deliveries and provide catering services.

Address: #B2-07, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, 238839
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 11:00 – 22:00
PHONE:+65 63419871

Heavenly Wang

Heavenly Wang serves its signature kopi and toast but with a halal range of food and beverage paired with traditional bakery delights.

Looking to get your fix of kopi and toast? Ditch Ya Kun Kaya Toast and try Heavenly Wang instead. Other than the usual traditional toast sets, you can also order local classics like Mee Siam, Mee Rebus, Chicken Curry and Laksa.

Address: #B2-07/08, Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, 238858
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 07:30 – 22:00

JTown Cafe

Bf brought me to a place where he said he had a very good mee soto there. When I heard mee soto, I thought the place sold Malay food. Then he added that the place’s called Jtown. Straight away what popped inside my head was that ‘J’ should be related to Japan. But wait, Japanese restaurant serving mee soto? Sounds legit. But I was completely wrong when I knew that Jtown was an Indonesian restaurant, and ‘J’ actually referred to Jakarta!


Jtown sells Jakarta street food like mie ayam (chicken noodle), mie bakso (beef meatball noodle), gado-gado, and martabak manis (sweet Indonesian pancake). The menu is not really extensive, but the price is reasonable.

Address: #B1-04/05, Midpoint Orchard, 220 Orchard Road, 238852
OPENING HOURS:Daily: 12.00pm – 9.00pm
PHONE:+65 92305040

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