GetGoer-approved places to break fast without breaking the bank


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Hey GetGoers! As our Muslim friends observe the month of Ramadan, we know that one of the things they look forward to the most is their iftar meal.

We asked you for your go-to places to break fast, and you definitely delivered! 😉

Here are 8 tried-and-tested places to break fast this Ramadan, recommended by GetGoers themselves.

1. Al-Azhar Restaurant

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For a no-frills, hearty meal that will hit the spot every time, Al-Azhar is a local favorite known for their affordable fare. Gather your family and friends to bond over a delectable feast! 😁

Must order: Butter Chicken with Naan

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📍 11 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599736
📍 201D Tampines Street 21, #01-1155, Singapore 524201

2. Rasa Rasa

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With an extensive menu that includes cuisines such as Indian Muslim, Western and Chinese, you’ll never have to worry about having to pick just one cuisine at Rasa Rasa. 😆

Must order: Markozar Goreng Pisang

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📍 Yishun: 348 Yishun Ave 11, Singapore 760348
📍 Teck Whye: 160A Jln Teck Whye, Singapore 681160
📍 Seng Kang: 278D Compassvale Bow, #01-05, Singapore 544278

3. Noosh Noodle Bar

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Noosh Noodle Bar provides an interesting twist with their Asian-Western fusion cuisine. The contemporary decor and pleasant ambience makes this place perfect for dates as well! 😙🍝

Must try: Smoked Duck Lemak Chilli Padi Pasta

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📍 8 Raffles Ave, #01-13B Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802

4. Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House

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Get spoilt for choice with the large variety of food options at Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House! Bonus points: enjoy your meal next to the refreshing view of the sea. Pure bliss! 😋

Must try: Oxtail Stew

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📍 1202 East Coast Parkway Singapore, Singapore 449881

5. The Social Outcast

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If you’re a foodie who enjoys looking out for the latest hipster spot to try with your friends, you may have heard of The Social Outcast. Their woodfire-smoked, charcoal-grilled burgers are guaranteed to satisfy you after a long day of fasting. 🍔

Must try: Unagi Burger

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📍 348 Bedok Rd, #02-21/32 the Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469560

6. Hjh Maimunah

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Make plans to be there before the crowd shows up at Hjh Maimunah – a popular Nasi Padang restaurant that sells out fast. Affordable, delectable and fulfilling comfort food – the perfect way to end your day. 🤩

Must try: Beef Rendang

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📍 20 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427357

Ready to get together with your loved ones for iftar? Hop into a car near you and GetGo to your go-to place today! 🚙💨

Download GetGo to rent a car from $3/hour and use code GET50OFF to get 50% off* (capped at $8) your first drive.

* Code is only valid for the first booking. Other T&Cs apply.

Ramadan Mubarak, GetGoers!

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