At Ryde, community and morality are the heart of what we do. Ryde Supports Hawker is an initiative started in May 2021 to support older hawkers who were unable to benefit from delivery options. We hope that we were able to help these hawkers by buying selected items from their menu and allowing our users to redeem them for free, simply by flashing the Ryde app and Ryde Driver app. We also sent food from these hawkers to our front liners at NTUC Health Hub (Geylang East) – Elderly Care, Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home, Irene Nursing Home, and St Luke Hospital. We wanted to involve as many people as possible in this meaningful initiative. We held a contest and allowed users to nominate their favourite hawkers for Ryde to support. A big thank you to everyone who took the time to fill-up the form. We have compiled the top 10 most popular Halal hawkers below (not in sequence of popularity). Click here for the Top 10 Most Nominated Non-Halal Hawkers in Singapore. Read on to learn more about the best halal food hawkers, according to our users!
Taufiq shares that his parents have been operating the stall for over 20 years.
“Even during this tough period they are still working tirelessly each day. Never have I heard them complain about the current situation. They still operate the stall as per normal and even provide delivery services now to ensure their customers still get to enjoy the food at the comfort of their own home.”
Address: Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Rd, Singapore 199583
This entry is nominated by Nasruddin who shared that he grew up eating at this shop. The owners are kind, friendly and outgoing who treat their customers like family! Despite times of hardship, they are not compromising the quality and quantity of food – maintaining the standards for their customers.
Address: 58 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 461058
Joyce shares with us this rare find that we cannot wait to try for ourselves. Mee Bagus – a hawker stall situated in Clementi – serves halal “bak chor” mee, a local favorite.
Mee Bagus Special is her favorite, which is their signature dish! It’s their muslim friendly take on a local delight replaced with chicken meatballs, abalone slices, and a lava egg.
She shares that you should opt for Volcano Ayam if you love indulging in spicy food!
Address: Kedai Kopi, 380 Clementi Ave 5, #01-376, Singapore 120380
Jasline wrote that the stall owner has tried using delivery apps to boost sales during this period, but it didn’t quite work in favour of the stall owner as he is not tech-savvy. She also mentioned that it is the best prata around.
Address: ABC Food Centre, 6 Jalan Bukit Merah,#01-10, Singapore 150006
We love a stall with good food, a wide array of varieties and most importantly, sold at affordable prices. Located in a coffee shop at Sengkang, Nasi Padang Indonesia Bandung serves authentic Indonesian cuisine that’s affordable and value for money! Chua wrote: “They have a good variety of dishes and at an affordable price. Most importantly they are delicious.”
If you live in Seng Kang or if you’re craving Indonesian food that’s value for money, you have no reason not to try it and share these good finds around with your friends.
Address: Food Park #182A, 182A Rivervale Crescent, Singapore 541182
Aneesa wrote that her favourite dish from this stall is the Indian rojak, she implored us to try it by exclaiming “MUST TRY!” in her entry. We can’t help but magnify her entry by posting this up!
N.S.J Muslim Food is a stall located in Bukit Merah Central – offering authentic Indian cuisine that is Halal. The restaurant is Muslim-owned and offers a wide menu range that will cater to all your cravings for Indian Food.
Address: Bukit Merah Hawker Centre, 163 Bukit Merah Central, #02-25, Singapore 150163
Yanti wrote that “The price is very affordable and the mee soto & mee rebus taste very authentic”.
Nurul shared “Classic, Affordable & Muslim Friendly. The Best $2.50 Mee Soto, Mee Rebus, Soto Ayam.”
We love affordable and authentic food. Located at Bedok Interchange where it is easily accessible, we hope you try it out and spread the word to your friends and family!
Address: Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-64, Singapore 462208
We would like to thank Farhana for sharing this entry with us – A Chinese-Muslim hawker selling Halal certified Char Kway Teow. She also shared that the store owner was thoughtful enough to fry the kway teow “wetter” for people who chose takeout during the fasting month.
Address: Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre, 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-28, Singapore 151115
Ellyana shared that the hawker has the kindest staff and are often very approachable and interactive.
She wrote “They are patient with bulk orders too and their food has been consistently good and tasty for years.”
We did a quick search on Google and found that reviews online mentioned how affordable it is and how fragrant their dishes are.
Address: Changi Village Hawker Centre, 2 Changi Village Rd, #01-03, Singapore 500002
Razali shares with us – “If you want authentic halal prawn noodles, this is the place to go. The prawns are super big and super fresh!!! The soup is so delicious, you can taste the sweetness of the stock. The people selling them are very friendly and you will leave feeling like it’s worth travelling to Toa Payoh just for the bowls of prawn noodles!!”
This entry definitely left us drooling and craving for a good bowl of prawn noodle soup! We hear that Deanna’s Kitchen has several outlets – Woodlands, Jurong East, Bedok North, and Toa Payoh – readily accessible for you to show your support!
Address: Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre, 127 Lor 1 Toa Payoh #02-25, Singapore 310127
We love food stalls that make their customers feel like home and family that makes up the hawker culture we have here in Singapore. Our heart goes out to all the elderly hawkers out there who aren’t tech-savvy and face an uncertain future. The lack of know-how to market themselves resulted in a little to no footfall at the end of every day. Hence, we hope that this initiative will shine some spotlight on these hawkers for you to patronize them whenever you’re in the area. Remember, a little help goes a long way for them. We hope to let these hawkers know that we appreciate them for feeding generations – it’s time for us to do our part.