New halal and Muslim-friendly cafes and restaurants add buzz to Singapore's dining scene

Mr Shaleh Jati, owner of Picanhas', a steakhouse on Club Street.
Mr Shaleh Jati, owner of Picanhas', a steakhouse on Club Street.ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID

SINGAPORE - Singapore's halal and Muslim-friendly dining scene is buzzing, with new restaurants and cafes opening despite the challenges of the pandemic.

These restaurants serve French, Japanese and modern Asian food, and there is a new restaurant that specialises in rump cap, a cut of steak. They add to the diverse choices already on the market, including Korean and Italian.

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