Ramadan special: Top things to do in Singapore this weekend (8-10 March)


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With Ramadan round the corner, we’re recommending tried-and-tested halal food spots. So all that’s left to do is to head down and enjoy your iftar meal. Check them out. 👇

01 • Siam Kitchen

(Photo adapted from: Siam Kitchen)

If you’re craving wallet-friendly authentic Thai food, Siam Kitchen has got you covered. This cosy restaurant serves signatures like Wok-Fried Phad Thai Noodles and Coconut Tom Yum Chicken Soup — the latter comes with just the right amount of sour punch and creaminess.

For extra heat, go for the fresh Grilled Stingray with Sambal Sauce. Its smoky and spicy flavours will surely satisfy you if you can handle your chilli. Then, cool off with the sweet and refreshing taste of the Mango Sticky Rice dessert.

📍 Address: 293 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #01-04, Singapore 319387
⏰ Opening hours: 11.30am to 10pm daily
📞 Contact: 3125 8709
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website: siamkitchen.com.sg

02 • Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

(Photo adapted from: Kintamani and Rachel Cheng)

Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant has something for everyone — including Sushi, Siew Mai, Sup Buntut (oxtail soup), and Daging Belado (Spicy Beef).

However, one of the most popular dishes is the Ikan Colo Colo (Indonesian-style grilled fish). The tender fish is smothered in a rich and spicy sauce. It’s the perfect balance of spiciness, tanginess, and sweetness. Pair it with the light and crispy Salad Cumi Cumi (squid salad), and you’re all set for a memorable meal.

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📍 Address: 405 Havelock Road, Level 3 Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633
⏰ Opening hours: 12 to 2.30pm and 6 to 10.30pm daily
📞 Contact: 6739 6463
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website: furama.com/riverfront/dining/kintamani-indonesian-restaurant

03 • Kampong Glam Bazaar (halal)

(Photo adapted: Channel News Asia)

The famous annual bazaar is back with over 100 F&B stalls!

Fancy a good steak? Then you should try Picanhas’ juicy and succulent Queen of Steak. Those who don’t consume beef can give the Duck Steak a shot. The dish comprises flavourful confit duck breast, Teriyaki sauce, and housemade slaw. Another noteworthy dish is the sweet and savoury Picanha Don. It’s a wholesome bowl of blue rice topped with thinly sliced tender meat, purple cabbage, onsen egg, and crunchy garlic bits.

For something to-go, pick up The Original Pisang Keju’s cheesy banana fritters, which come in flavours like Oreo, Condensed Milk, Biscoff, and Butterscotch. Or how about getting the Mix Flavour pack, which has all 4?

Flush down your bites with chilled drinks like Spanish Latte and Pink Matcha from The Gaosyp x Offday Coffee. Their cups are full-on aesthetics, so don’t forget to take a pic for the ‘gram. 📸

📍 Address: 69 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199943
⏰ Opening hours: 2 – 11pm until 5 April
📞 Contact: officer@onekamponggelam.sg
🍴 Halal status: Halal

04 • Tampines Hari Raya Fair 2024

(Photo adapted from: Singapore Night Bazaar)

Here’s some good news for the Easties! From this weekend onwards, expect a Ramadan bazaar at Tampines MRT Station with finds like Thai Milk Tea, 2 Kul Guys’ pasta, burgers, and pizzas, the famous Tahu Bagedil (potato stuffed tofu) by Nak Tahu Tak, and more.

📍 Address: Open field next to Tampines MRT Station
⏰ Opening hours: 9 Mar to 7 April
📞 Contact: 9762 9686
🌐 Website: Facebook | Instagram

(Featured photo adapted from: Siam Kitchen , Kintamani, Channel News Asia, and Singapore Night Bazaar)

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