Which restaurant will you be breaking fast at this Ramadan 2022?
The month of prayer and reflection also comes with abstinence from all food or drink from dawn to sunset, so after a long day, a well deserved meal in definitely in order.
For those who aren’t too keen on cooking at the end of the day, don’t fret — there are a ton of Muslim-friendly restaurants that are available in Singapore for your Ramadan 2022 feast, whether it’s dine-in or takeaway. Plus, with the increased 10-pax-per-table rule, we’re sure many will be looking forward to spending quality time with family and friends over a delicious meal outside.
From hearty buffets featuring Nusantara cuisine to Korean spreads, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite buffets for iftar this Ramadan 2022.
The best Muslim-friendly restaurants to break fast at this Ramadan 2022:
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This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Singapore
StraitsKitchen has always been a reliable halal-certified buffet option regardless of the time of year, so it’s no surprise that the colourful Iftar buffet spread here will be one of our top picks. Diners can take their pick from any of the Malay, Indian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cuisines available, which includes dishes like Kambing Bakar, Australian lamb marinated with chilli, Ayam Buah Keluak, Gado Gado, and more. The Ramadan buffet will also see a host of special desserts on the table like the Baklava, Basbousa, Kasih’s Halva, and Coconut Ladida, apart from local favourites such as the Nonya Kueh, Pandan Kaya cake, Pulut Hitam, and Chendol.
The Ramadan dinner buffet at StraitsKitchen is available from 3 April to 4 May 2022 daily, 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm daily. Lunch buffet is also available from 12pm to 2pm, on 3 and 4 May 2022.
Ginger is putting out a special buffet menu every Tuesday to Sunday from 1 April to 6 May that’s packed with Ramadan favourites. This includes dishes like the Ginger “Ramly” Burger, the tender Beef Cheek Masak Merah and the chef-recommended Crab Lemak Nenas — an Indonesian Mud crab dish with pineapples and a spicy coconut gravy. Ready for dessert? End your meal with sweet treat the likes of Durian Pengat, Putu Piring, Bubur Cha Cha, and more.
Permata, at the historic mansion Gedung Kuning, is a stellar choice to break fast at this Ramadan. Culinary Director Chef Mel Dean has curated a Nusantara Iftar menu that comes with appetisers, noodles, mains, desserts, and a mocktail for a gastronomic night out. New Nusantara dishes that have been exclusively created for Ramadan include Nasi Opor Cakerawala Satay Madura and Kuluban. Meanwhile, signature dishes such as the Nasi Kuning Di Raja, Bubur Som Som, and Kolak Pisang will be available on the Iftar menu as well.
Permata’s Nusantara Iftar menu is available from April 2022 to 1st May 2022 for dinner.
Atrium Restaurant’s popular Korean dishes are back with a bigger spread than ever: guests can feast on perennial favourites that range from Tteokbokki, Ginseng Chicken Soup, Spicy Seafood Stew and Beef Brisket Soybean Paste Stew, to quintessential Korean desserts such as Mango Bingsu and Injeolmi Rice Cake. Need a change of taste? Don’t fret. Popular options like the freshly shucked oysters, salmon sashimi, freshly-made prata, Hainanese chicken rice, laksa and more are also in the lineup.
Atrium Restaurant’s Ramadan feast is available from 2 April to 31 May 2022 for lunch (12pm to 3pm) and dinner (5.30pm to 9.30pm). Adults dine at 50 percent off, and children 5 years old and below dines for free with every paying adult.