Our mission at WhereHalal is to provide convenience for Muslims to find the halal food wherever they go to.
We understand and respect that the issue surrounding Halal food is rather complex.
As different countries may have different practices and standards that they adhere to, halal certified will refer to certification by certification bodies from respective countries'.
There are also restaurants that are owned by Muslims and will usually follow Muslim halal practices but are not verified or validated by any certification body while some restaurants do cater to Muslims where they don't serve pork, use only halal ingredients including meat and some may serve alcoholic drinks on the side to cater to their other non-Muslim customers.
We do our best to ensure that all information listed at publishing date is verified – whether by checking relevant Halal certification bodies, contacting the restaurant or eatery or based on information from the community.
As the Halal status of establishments and/or their menus are subject to change, it is ultimately the responsibility of every individual to verify directly with the establishments of their Halal status if there are any doubts with the information provided or inaccuracies with the information.
For Singapore, halal certification can be verified on MUIS's website: https://www.muis.gov.sg/Halal/Halal-Certification/Certified-Eating-Establishments
We strongly advise you to re-confirm with each restaurant or eatery before dining and if there are any doubts as to whether the food served is halal, we advise you to explore alternative halal eateries or other options.
Also, we completely understand that the tolerance for halal food may vary across individuals, especially when we visit countries where Muslims are not the majority. Hence, we highly recommend that you make dining decisions at your own discretion.
Last Updated: 6 October 2022