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5 Best Halal High Tea Buffet to Dine at in Singapore

January 24, 2020
Best Halal High Tea Buffet Singapore

Singapore is a food paradise and there is no denying that. For the foodies in us, there is always time for tea and room for cake. Even better when it is Halal-certified so that you can enjoy tea time with your Muslim girlfriends without leaving anyone behind!

High teas are always pleasant for us ladies. Nothing beats munching on the best pastries and indulging the chocolate monster in you with your favourite girls by your side. So why not block off an afternoon this weekend and have a good time at any of these 5 Halal high tea buffets in Singapore?

Note: This list is strictly not in order.

1. Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant

Image Credit: Furama City Centre

When you think of Tiffany, you think of the gorgeous shade of blue. This cosmopolitan concept restaurant is known for its array of international cuisines from the Malay peninsula with chef recommended signature dishes such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Authentic Laksa and the perennial favourite Durian Pengat.

While Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant only serves high tea only on the weekends, its range of desserts is a good mix of sweet and savoury delights from both Western and Asian cuisines. For a very affordable price, you will get to pick from traditional high tea favourites like sandwiches and cakes to savoury Asian bites like dumplings and kuehs.

Take your time to catch up with you girl pals while indulging in delicious food at Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant every weekend from 3-5pm!

Website: https://www.furama.com/citycentre/dining/tiffany-cafe-restaurant
Contact: +65 6533 3888
Location: 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Furama City Centre, Singapore 059804
Opening Hours: Sat-Sun 3-5pm

2. The Malayan Council

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The Malayan Council is known for its delectable ondeh-ondeh cake, savoury brownies and other treats for all the sweet tooth. Indulging in a high-tea session with your favourite girls here definitely guarantees a good time! The high-tea set here comes in a pretty set-up with a scatter of biscuits, pastries and cakes. Pair those sinful bites with your choice of tea and you’ll be in for an afternoon worth remembering.

The high-tea sets here are only available on weekdays from 2-5pm. So if you have the time and opportunity, you can always round up the ladies in your office for a relaxing tea and biscuit session you very much deserve.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Themalayacouncil/
Contact: +65 8202 2971
Location: 10 Winstedt Road, Singapore 227977
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 2pm-5pm

3. Carousel

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Now, this buffet is a known favourite amongst the Muslim community in Singapore. Carousel is home to delicious buffet spreads and features unconventional high-tea fare. Akin to its lunch buffet, its dessert selection is just as big and eclectic.

Be prepared to be spoiled for choice here with their Asian desserts like Bubur Chacha and Cheng Tng to assorted Nonya Kueh and a good mix of Danish pastries and the different fondue fountains they have! If you’re not very into the dessert scene, you’ll be happy to know that they have two Japanese counters open – even during high-tea sessions! While your other girlfriends dig into the creamy egg sandwiches, you can have your fill of sushi, sashimi, tempura, soba and other cold seafood instead!

Website: http://carouselbuffet.com.sg/carousel/
Contact: +65 6219 3780
Location: 25 Scotts Road, Royal Plaza on Scotts, Singapore 228220
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 3.30pm-5.3opm

4. AquaMarine

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AquaMarine is a unique concept restaurant with an alfresco setting, enveloped by an air of welcoming graces and relaxing vibe. Nestled within Marina Mandarin Hotel, the usual buffet spread here spans from Asian to Western cuisines. Their menu showcases a humble range of signature cuisines from all around the world. P.S. Nothing is held against you if you were to come back for more.

Must-have here are the wide selections of Nonya kueh, ice cream, mousses, pastries and cakes with just the adequate amount of sweetness! The egg tarts and durian pengat are simply beautiful so be sure to have them at least once before you call it a day.

Website: https://www.panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pr-collection-marina-bay/dining/aquamarine
Contact: +65 6845 1111
Location: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Parkroyal Collection, Marina Bay, Singapore 039594

5. StraitsKitchen

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If you have been tasked with picking restaurants to eat at with your friends from overseas, StraitsKitchen is where you would want to go! This busy buffet place is constantly buzzing with life and is where Singaporean foodies would gather to have the best local delicacies under one roof.

Wind down at StraitsKitchen with your sidekicks and spend some time away from the hustle and bustle that comes with living in the city. The high-tea fare here boasts the likes of Barbecued Chicken Wings, Dim Sum, Popiah and other homemade local goodies. Just have your napkins with you at all times because every bite will be finger-lickin’ good!

Website: https://www.singapore.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/local-weekend-afternoon-tea.html
Contact: +65 6732 1234
Location: Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Lobby Level, Singapore 228211
Opening Hours: Sat-Sun 3.30pm-5.30pm

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