Cheap halal steaks in Singapore

 

Image adapted from: @badoquecafe and @thebarefootfoodie

Finding a good steak isn’t hard in Singapore – you just have to be prepared to fork out more cash. For Muslims, this quest has a bonus requirement of making sure the steak’s halal. And since halal meat is pricier than its non-halal counterparts, Muslims have to shell out a fair bit of money to get an awesome steak.

Luckily, a nice compromise exists at some steakhouses which serve cheap AND halal steaks that are high in quality. We’ve compiled a list of these 7 steakhouses that pull off the delicate act of balancing cost and quality; serving prime, halal meat at sublime prices.

 

1. Eatzi

 

 Halal Steakhouse - Eatzi

Striploin Steak ($21.50)
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After a day of adrenaline-packed activities at SAFRA Yishun, kick back and treat yourself to a steak from Eatzi, starting from as low as $14. It’s open to the public, so don’t worry – you don’t have to be a SAFRA member to dine here. 

If you have a predilection for all things spicy, choose the fiery sambal sauce to go with your meat – an option not provided by most restaurants.

And if you’re too lazy to make the commute, stay glued to your bed cause Eatzi has a delivery service, courtesy of Deliveroo and Foodpanda.

Address: #01-V2, SAFRA Yishun, 60 Yishun Ave 4, Singapore 769027
Opening Hours: 11AM – 10PM
Website

 

2. commons

 

 Halal Steakhouse - commons Front

Tucked away at a corner of Our Tampines Hub, commons might seem like a regular Western restaurant serving the usual fare of pasta, pizzas, and steaks. But one bite is all you need to see that there’s nothing typical about the food here.

 Halal Steakhouse - commons Black Pepper Tenderloin

Black Pepper Beef Tenderloin ($22)

The Black Pepper Beef Tenderloin ($22) is as tender as can be with meat juices oozing out of every morsel. Unlike normal grilled potatoes, which have a tougher texture, the ones that come on this plate are easy to bite and have a nice, salty aftertaste to boot!

Passion Card holders can enjoy 10% off their total bill – so don’t forget to bring yours along. 

If your child aspires to be like Gordon Ramsey – sans the cursing, of course – keep a lookout on commons’ Facebook page for information on their monthly culinary classes ($20/child) that’ll have them cooking up quirky concoctions like banana chocolate pizza and mummy sausages.

Address: #01-103, Our Tampines Hub, 51 Tampines Ave 4, Singapore 529684
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 10AM – 10PM | Fri: 10AM – 11PM | Sat: 8AM – 11PM | Sun: 8AM – 10PM
Telephone: 63866917
Website

 

3. Andes by Astons

 

Muslims islandwide were nothing short of ecstatic when Astons established its halal counterpart, Andes, as we can finally get a bite of the formerly-forbidden fruit while paying the same, cheap prices.

Halal Steakhouse - Andes 

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You can never go wrong with their Black Pepper Steak ($15.90) which is well-seasoned with a peppery kick. And just like Astons, every meal comes with 2 side dishes of your choice with their mac & cheese and onion rings being the most popular choices.

Address: #02-325 E!Avenue @ Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: 11:30AM – 10PM daily
Telephone: 6386 5270
Website

 

4. T Bob’s Corner

 

Mosey into T Bob’s Corner and be greeted by decor typically seen in an Old West saloon, from a bull’s horn affixed onto the blackboard wall to polished wooden tables – all an appetiser for the wild, wild fest that awaits you.

 Halal Steakhouse - T Bob Ribeye

Ribeye ($21)
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 Halal Steakhouse - T Bob BBQ Lamb Ribs

BBQ Lamb Ribs ($24.90)
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Saddle up and get the Ribeye ($21), a hearty plate of well-marbled beef that’s served with roasted potatoes and grilled greens. 

 Halal Steakhouse - T Bob Tomahawk

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If you’re bringing friends along for the ride, be sure to get the 1.4kg Angus Tomahawk ($159.90) – a massive serving of steak slathered with sauteed enoki mushrooms and fresh greens. Be sure to call in at least 1 day in advance if you’re buying it as prepping this monster takes many hours!

If sucking sauce off bones is something you’re good at, get the BBQ Lamb Ribs ($24.90) – succulent ribs drenched in smoky BBQ sauce, complemented with soft, buttery mash potatoes.

Fellow Muslims will not have to worry about missing prayers while chowing down T Bob’s grub as there’s a prayer space on the 2nd floor, complete with ablution facilities.

Note: T Bob’s Corner is Muslim-owned.

Address: Blk 527, Bedok North Street 3, #01-514, Singapore 460527
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 12PM – 10PM | Fri: 3PM – 11PM | Sat: 12PM – 11PM
Telephone: 64498527
Website

 

5. The Royals Steakhouse

 

 Halal Steakhouse - The Royals Steakhouse Facade

Image credit: The Royals Steakhouse

With an open kitchen concept that lets you witness your steak’s journey from pan to plate, the kind of luxe at Royals Steakhouse is definitely up our alley.

 Halal Steakhouse - The Royals Steakhouse Australian Striploin

Australian Striploin ($22)
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For a taste of down under without going over budget, get the Australian Striploin ($22), a juicy and tender steak that melts in your mouth.

To get more bang for your buck, dine in on weekdays from 1PM- 5PM to enjoy 30% any main course!

Address: 10 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199077
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 1PM – 10:30PM | Fri – Sat: 1PM – 11:30PM | Closed on Tuesdays
Telephone: 6291 3326
Website

 

6. J’s Wok & Grill

 

  Halal Steakhouse - J's Wok & Grill Navajo Filet Mignon

Navajo Filet Mignon ($22.90)
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A trip to J’s Wok & Grill will bring you great vibes – from a cosy ambience to friendly staff and superb food. To up the feel-good factor, get the Navajo Filet Mignon ($22.90); 2 flavourful slabs of tenderloin that will leave you reeling from bliss before you’ve even finished the dish.

Couples seeking to tie the knot can also get wedding packages* here for a steal – with the most expensive package going at just $28/pax. And unlike other standard packages, this one comes with wedding decorations and a buffet spread of either Malay or Chinese cuisine.

Eating here is good for the soul too as profits are donated to Jamiyah – a philanthropic organisation that provides welfare services to the less privileged from all races and faiths.

*For more information, click here.

Address: #01-01A, 300 Tampines Avenue 5, Singapore 529653
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 12PM – 11PM | Fri – Sat: 11:30AM -12AM | Closed on Mondays
Telephone: 6345 7155
Website

 

7. Badoque

 

  Halal Steakhouse - Badoque Beef Ribs

Beef Ribs ($24)
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If gluttony’s your deadliest sin, head to Badoque for huge portions of tasty food at reasonable prices and spring for the Beef Ribs ($24); Flintstone-sized ribs big enough to feed 2. 

And if you still need more to munch, come on Tuesdays to Fridays from 11AM to 2PM as your main course will come with either a free soup, salad or dessert.

Before planning your next outing here, be sure to sign up for their free privilege card which includes perks like 10% off your total bill and freebies when you dine in.

Address: 298 Bedok Road, Singapore 469454
Opening Hours: 12PM to 11PM daily
Telephone: 6446 6928
Website

 

Affordable high-quality steaks for your next makan session

 

From food courts to high-end restaurants, halal steaks aren’t exactly hard to come by in Singapore. But halal steaks that are tasty and cheap – now those are a rare medium done well.

If you’re looking to go beyond the standard kopitiam fare without butchering your bank account at a fancy steakhouse, these places give the best value for money with their cheap and high-quality steaks.