Got a case of the munchies? These addictive halal snacks in Singapore are utterly satisfying.
Prepping for the Hari Raya festivities or need a bite to satisfy your 2am stomach rumblies? We’ve got just the thing. From crisp salted egg fish skin to fragrant tarts to buttery cookies, these deliciously addictive halal snacks in Singapore will make great additions to your pantry.
Best halal snacks in Singapore
1. Fish skin and potato chips from Irvins
The salted egg fish skin from Irvins is jam-packed with real salted egg, curry leaves and red chilli peppers, making this halal snack dangerously addictive. It also has a selection of other flavours if you’re not big on salted egg. You can check out Japanese spicy ebi and chicken curry – but we still have a soft spot for the OG flavour.
Fish skin and potato chips from Irvins, available at multiple locations including Orchard Gateway and Takashimaya
2. Potato chips in unique flavours from F.east Chips
Just think of your favourite local foods condensed into crispy potato chips! And we’re not just talking about salted egg yolk. At F.east Chips, you’ll also find flavours like Singapore laksa, Hainanese chicken rice, beef rendang, and egg prata with fish curry. It might take a while for you to get used to the flavours, but they grow on you somehow (not to mention, they make great conversation starters when you have guests over).
Potato chips in unique flavours from F.east Chips, available at selected outlets like 7-Eleven, NTUC Fairprice, Cold Storage and Giant
3. Tarts and pastries from Kopi & Tarts
This halal concept by Mayson Bakery offers up some seriously delish tarts and pastries. We love its egg tart and peanut butter brownies that pair perfectly well with – you guessed it – a cup of kopi! You can also give its muffins, cakes and toast a try, or if you’re a fan of savoury snacks, order the mini tuna puffs or chicken pie.
Tarts and pastries from Kopi & Tarts, available at multiple locations including Suntec City and The Centrepoint
4. Tapak kuda from Choc Bolsters Sg
These tapak kuda horse shoe cakes filled with generous amounts of creamy Nutella make the perfect snack for Hari Raya (or any occasion, really). Gift them to your favourite friends and neighbours, or order them as a treat for the whole family. We recommend getting more than one box because we guarantee these will be gone in a flash.
Tapak kuda from Choc Bolsters Sg, order online
5. Cupcakes from Fluff Bakery
This uber popular halal bakery has been feeding us sweet dreams for years. If you’ve never known the pleasure of sinking your teeth into one of these goodies, now’s the time. Order signature cupcake flavours like Nutella red velvet or salted caramel. Or be a little adventurous and get the goreng pisang chocolate cheese or mango pop rocks!
Cupcakes from Fluff Bakery, 795 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198763
6. Fresh pastries from Captain Roti
These freshly baked croissants and kouign-amanns from Captain Roti aren’t the only thing that’ll warm your heart. This bakehouse is helmed by Fuad Fahmi, retired SAF captain, father, and cancer-survivor who’s providing for his family and four-month-old daughter through his passion for baking! Order a box full of pastries to share with your loved ones, and choose from a selection of sweet and savoury bakes like the smoky candied turkey bacon kouign-amann, and biscoff croissants topped with lotus biscuits.
Fresh pastries from Captain Roti, order online
7. Churros from Chulop! By the Syarifs
We love churros, especially when they’re warm and come with indulgent sauces on the side. If you’re feeling lazy to head out, we’ve got good news. Chulop delivers piping hot, bite-sized churros right to your doorstep. Order the original flavour if you prefer a more traditional taste, or go local and try the pandan churros coated in desiccated coconut and served with a house-made gula melaka dip.
Churros from Chulop! By the Syarifs, #01-59, East Village, 430 Upper Changi Road, Singapore 487048
8. Ondeh ondeh tarts from Ondeh Ladeh
If you’re crazy for ondeh ondeh, you’ll fall in love with these sweet treats. The folks behind Ondeh Ladeh put a spin on things, combining the best flavours of the traditional kueh with the buttery crust of pineapple tarts. The OG flavour is great on its own, but we recommend mixing things up with the lychee rose tarts (they’ll look so pretty on your Instagram stories).
Ondeh ondeh tarts from Ondeh Ladeh, order online
9. Freshly baked cookies from Butter Studio
The halal cookies and bakes at Butter Studio are inspired by time-tested recipes passed down through generations. Think playful spins on familiar home-style bakes like melt-in-your-mouth lychee kueh bangkit or buttery chocolate chip almond cookies. Yum!
Freshly baked cookies from Butter Studio, order online
10. Traditional kueh from Santan by Auntie Bedah
Get your dose of authentic, traditional Malay kueh and halal snacks at Santan by Auntie Bedah. You’ll find an assortment of colourful lapis sagu, fragrant kueh dadar, and ruby red ang ku kueh filled generously with fresh-made mung bean paste. It truly doesn’t get any better than this.
Traditional kueh from Santan by Auntie Bedah, order online
11. Indulgent cakes from Julie Bakes
The halal bakes from Julie Bakes are anything but ordinary. Think pulut hitam sponge cake layered with black glutinous rice and coconut milk filling, tall chocolate durian cake slices, and peanut butter jelly cake with jam running down the edges. Is this heaven, or are we dreaming?
Indulgent cakes from Julie Bakes, 14 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199653
There won’t be any space left in your pantry once you’ve stocked up on these appetising halal snacks in Singapore!