Even though Muslim-friendly food options are aplenty in Singapore, halal sushi can still be hard to find. Fret not because we’ve got you covered. The next time you have a sushi or sashimi craving, make sure to check out one of these halal sushi spots!
The first halal-certified conveyor belt sushi restaurant in Singapore, Hei Sushi serves up tasty Japanese cuisine at affordable prices, offering an extensive menu with over 200 varieties of dishes on the menu. Must-try items include the Aburi Sushi and the Shake Tobimayo – seared salmon topped with tobimayo sauce (flying fish roe sauce and mayonnaise). Besides a range of fresh sushi, the restaurant chain also serves up dishes like tempura, grilled meats, nabemono and many more!
Address: Multiple outlets
Conveniently located at North Bridge Road, The Ramen Stall serves delicious halal-certified ramen, but that’s not all they’re known for. There's also an amazing range of halal sushi to choose from to complement your piping-hot bowls of noodles. Apart from the ever-popular California Maki, indulge in other unique creations such as Chicken Floss Cutlet Maki, Aburi Beef Sushi and Tempura Prawn Mango Maki!
Address: 787 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198755
Opening Hours: 11 am–4 pm, 5–11 pm Mon to Thurs, 11 am–11 pm Fri to Sun
Located at Bedok Mall, Junshin Express provides fresh and affordable sushi, maki, gunkan, handrolls and a range of mixed sushi sets. Besides traditional sushi, they also offer a unique range of fruit sushi! For the adventurous, try their Banana Mayo Sushi, Kiwi Sushi and Strawberry Sushi. Other yummy items to try include the Shrimp Bonito Gunkan, Sansuko Maki with Baby Octopus and Special Triangle Vegetable Maki. Apart from sushi, the restaurant also serves dim sum items!
Address: 311 New Upper Changi Rd, B2-20, Singapore 467360
Opening Hours: 10 am–10 pm daily
Daya Izakaya is the first halal izakaya in Singapore, and you’ll find Japanese sodas and fruit juices in place of the usual sakes and alcohol. Drinks aside, they serve quite the variety of popular Japanese light bites like tempura, sashimi and sushi, along with heavier rice and soup dishes. Take your pick from yummy options such as Crab Cheese Maki, Futo Maki, Spicy Salmon Roll and Salmon Avocado Maki. Or, you can go for the Sushi Platter or the 22 pieces Tokusen Sushi Moriwase!
Address: 254 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799481
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–10:30 pm Mon to Thurs, 11:30 am–11 pm Fri & Sat
Foodie fans of pop-up food bazaars in Singapore are likely to be familiar with Home of Sushi that’s under the popular Home of Seafood tze char restaurant. Make sure to try their locally-inspired chilli crab and salted egg sushi, as well as their tempura maki! Sashimi lovers will also enjoy dining at Home of Sushi with their selection of deliciously fatty and fresh salmon belly.
Address: 1 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427739
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–10:30 pm daily
Don’t underestimate this humble home kitchen that’s helmed by a stay-at-home mother – she actually graduated from the Tokyo Sushi Academy and worked under experienced Japanese chefs. Here, you’ll find premium homemade bentos, donburis, and ramen, alongside fresh sushi like the Salmon Sushi Moriawase, which is an assorted sushi platter of all things salmon. Pre-orders open every Wednesday night, and you can place your order online here.
Address: Online only
DIY your own halal sushi at Maki-San! With over 25 different ingredients to choose from including even plant-based and meat-free options like Impossible Meat, this is a spot that will cater to every appetite and even the fussiest eater. Start by choosing the wrap you'd like your maki in – traditional nori seaweed, egg crepe or healthy soy wrap. You can also choose brown rice instead of Japanese white rice for a healthier option! Then, choose your ingredients, sprinkles and sauces to complete your customised maki.
Address: Multiple outlets