Halal options from Singapore’s Michelin guide Four halal restaurants/stalls have been awarded the Bib Gourmand in the 2016 Michelin Guide for Singapore which features a total of 34 establishments. The Bib Gourmand is awarded to restaurants that offer high quality food at good value for money making these restaurants a lot more affordable for the average diner. The establishments listed below are all owned by Muslims but don’t possess the halal certification from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore. We have confirmed the halal status with the owners / staff at all four eateries. Bib Gourmand Restaurants Bismillah Biryani Known as one of the most authentic biryani serving restaurants in Singapore, Bismillah Biryani serves vegetable, chicken, lamb and fish biryani alongside dishes such as kebabs and kulfi. Mentioned in almost every category in Lonely Planet’s travel guide to Singapore as a top choice, the restaurant has seen the likes of Anthony Bourdain walk through the doors with the restaurant featured in his series, The Layover. Hjh Maimunah Serving traditional Indonesian and Malay dishes, Hjh Maimunah offers catering for events alongside the two restaurants. Like Bismillah Biryani, the restaurant was visited by Anthony Bourdain in his show No Reservations. Signature dishes include include the Lemak Siput (sea snails in green curry). Alaturka Photo: Karim Iskandar Located close to Singapore’s famous Sultan mosque, Alatuka’s signature dishes include the mixed kebab platter with chicken as well as the cold appetiser platter. Bib Gourmand establishments located in food markets Wedang Having moved to Aljunied Avenue from the Golden Mile Food Centre, Wedang is a hawker stall with signature dishes such as Tahu Goreng and Gado Gado.