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Kintamani
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The best restaurants to break fast this Ramadan in Singapore

Check out these special menus at these restaurants that cater to the holy month

By Delfina Utomo
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It's a very different Ramadan this year with the 'circuit breaker' still in operation. With no one permitted to dine out, the usual communal meal of iftar – or breaking fast – has to be done at home with family or household members only. But that's no reason not to eat well. Ramadan is a month for reflection and repentance but at the end of a long day of fasting, you can reward yourself with a well-deserved meal. Order in from these restaurants for some of the best iftar meals this Ramadan. 

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Restaurants Malay Orchard

Nasi ambeng is a traditional Javanese dish which is meant to be eaten communal-style and usually served at celebrations and festivities. With another week to go till Ramadan ends, treat yourself and the family by getting some nasi ambeng delivered to your home. The dish is usually served on a giant platter with a mountain of rice in the middle – and the delivery version is still the same. You will receive a giant plastic platter with each dish individually wrapped so you can plate it restaurant-style. Platters start from $28 for two people but it comes complete with an assortment of meat and vegetable dishes.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $20 flat fee for islandwide deliveries 
How to order Place orders here

StraitsKitchen
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StraitsKitchen

Restaurants Asian Orchard

StraitsKitchen has always been a popular spot for the iftar crowd. This fasting month, the restaurant has rolled out Ramadan feasts that you can enjoy together with the family right at home. For $150, you get to enjoy favourites like crispy fried chicken, rendang, organic vegetables, chilli prawns, vegetable biryani, baklava, coconut tarts and more. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $20 for orders less than $300 
How to order Place orders here

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Le Fuse

Restaurants Chinese Rochor

If you want to break your fast with something spicy, Le Fuse at Arab Street serves up Halal Sichuan cuisine. While you can order some of its signature dishes like the sweet potato noodles ($8.80) and poached fish slices in oil ($17.80), it also offers Ramadan family deals. Choose from the Jumbo Crabs & Mala Xiang Guo set ($70), the Mouth Watering Sichuan Chicken Family Meal ($68) and the Wildnest Mala Tang Noodles & Drinks ($55). All meals are good for up to five people and come with refreshing drinks for the family. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Varies by distance, free for orders above $100 
How to order Place orders here

Posito Express
Photograph: Posito Express

Posito Express

Restaurants Italian Raffles Place

Posito Express is the take-out and delivery branch of popular Halal Italian eatery, Positano Risto. Located in Raffles Place, Positano offers offers affordable and delicious dishes prepared quickly. Some favourites include classic fettuccine carbonara ($10.95) which comes with a sous vide egg and crispy turkey bacon bits, crispy thin crust pepperoni pizza ($9.95) and truffle mushroom risotto ($10.95). For Ramadan, Posito Express has rolled out iftar deals for the family starting from just $35. The packages are generous and include a starter, mains, drinks and dessert. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee None
How to order Order here

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Kintamani
Photograph: Kintamani

Kintamani

Restaurants Indonesian Raffles Place

Kintamani at Furama is known for its Indonesian buffet, which is a popular favourite for iftar during Ramadan. But in these circumstances, the restaurant has rolled out attractive iftar set meals instead. Starting from $40.70, the sets feature cuisines from regions around Indonesia like Yogyakarta, Manado, Minangkabau and Palembang. Each set comes with rice, four accompanying dishes unique to each region, as well as dessert and drinks. 

Minimum order $50
Delivery fee None
How to order Order here

Hjh Maimunah
Photograph: Hjh Maimunah

Hjh Maimunah

Restaurants Malay Rochor

Miss Hjh Maimunah's beef rendang, tahu telor and Sundanese grilled chicken? Get it delivered to your home. Ramadan combo meals start from $30 and include a selection of all-time favourites like sambal sotong, lemak chilli padi, sambal goreng and more. You can also order dishes on its own or build your own plate of nasi padang online.

Minimum order $30
Delivery fee Starts from $5
How to order Order here

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Fatburger

Restaurants Burgers Novena

If you feel that the burgers you've had in Singapore have been pretty small, gear up for the tower of patties you'll find in most Fatburgers – which actually makes it perfect if you have been fasting all day. If you're ordering for the family, Fat Bundles start from $50 and sides, milkshakes and even churros.  

Minimum order $40
Delivery fee Flat fee of $8 for islandwide delivery
How to order Order here

The Halia
Photograph: The Halia

The Halia

Restaurants Fusion Tanglin

Fans of Halia at the Botanic Gardens are also able to enjoy the restaurant's signature cuisine in the comfort of their homes with the restaurant’s catering arm. Aside from frozen ready-to-cook meals that you can order, the Ramadan menu includes a chilli crab gratin ($22.29), pulled lamb dip ($21.40), twice-cooked spatchcock ($26.75) and King island porterhouse ($75.33). There are also Ramadan family sets starting from $75.58 that is good for up to three people and comes with a main and accompanying sides.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee From $5
How to order Order here

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Tipo
Photograph: Tipo

The Black Hole Group

The cuisines represented by the restaurants under The Black Hole Group pretty much cover everything. Working Title is a burger bar, Afterwit is a popular Halal Mexican taqueria, The Mad Sailors serve up British pub grub, Tipo specialises in freshly made pasta and then there's The Co-op, which is a bit of all the eateries combined. Now you can order dishes from all these popular Halal restaurants at one place – and take 50 percent off for first time orders. 

Minimum order $35
Delivery fee Flat fee of $5 for islandwide delivery
How to order Order here

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