Halia Singapore Halal Restaurant

The appeal of this place is quite simple. Halia means ginger. But the term in itself sounds posh enough. If you are looking for something local and delicious with class, The Halia is one place you cannot afford to miss.

It’s in the Dining Experience

The Singapore Botanic Gardens itself is an appeal in itself. When you dine here, you will expect the lush and beautiful of all that the Botanic Gardens is known for. In fact, it is luxurious in its own appeal which resonates with those who appreciate the best in life. What could be better than to enjoy a slow and sumptuous meal away from the busy city and within some very lively surroundings?

Paying for the best

When it comes to price, you would not expect to pay anything less for the best of foods you can get. Make no mistake about this. You are dining in one of the most luxurious places around Singapore, hence you might not want to expect the price to be anything less. To put that in context, a Johnstone Angus Ribeye (Ireland) at 250g will cost you SGD74.00. Meanwhile, an Affogato Amaretto will put you back by SGD11.00. That should give you a clear picture of how much you are expected to pay for a meal here. Having said that, be assured that you will enjoy nothing short of the best menu items here.

Some Signature Dishes

The presentation of the dishes here is just excellent. One thing you must note here is that The Halia only became a certified-Halal restaurant recently. Hence, it is absolutely safe to dine amongst Muslims. From the appetizers to the main course and then the desserts, you will be so spoilt for choice you might not decide what to have in the shortest time possible. But if you need a guide, then here it is:

  • For Appetizers: Try out their Lemongrass & Ginger Tiger Prawn Salad. This will cost you SGD19.00 and it is a great way to start.
  • Main Course: at SGD56.00, you should go for the Wild Alaskan Black Cod. Make sure you have this with their ginger flower sambal which would be epic!. Otherwise, try out their Chilli Crab Spaghettini which is SGD26.00. If you have been here before, you will notice that this item is one of their classics and signature dishes
  • Alternatives: If you would like to have something heavier instead of fish, the Spice Islands Marinated Lamb Loin at SGD44.00 would surely be a steal. This comes served with curried rice and could be a tad too spicy for those not accustomed to the burning sensation
  • Desserts: the Halia Infusion at SGD10.00 is nice to have where they serve you with wild mountain honey with ginger cooked to perfection. If you are in for an adventure, try out their SGD12.00 priced Die Die Must Have Chocolate. Simply marvelous!

Putting it all together

Ultimately, The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens has all the ingredients (pun intended!) that makes the meal something almost unforgettable. It is one of those places that give you that appeal. You come here once, and you want to come again. But it seems like a daunting task to come here as it feels so much like a hi-so (high society) place. Having said that, it makes the visit all the more remarkable and unforgettable. The settings and ambiance is something to-die-for and if that is not enough, the presentation will pull you into what could be an out-of-this-world luxurious food experience.

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