9 Sukiya Outlets Across Singapore Officially Halal-Certified
SUKIYA, one of the better-known Japanese restaurants in Singapore, has made a name for itself with its mouthwatering range of gyudons. Now, nine SUKIYA outlets across Singapore have received their halal certification, allowing more customers to enjoy their delicious rice bowls.
As halal Japanese food becomes increasingly accessible in Singapore, SUKIYA is certainly a welcome addition to the scene.
Most Sukiya Singapore officially halal-certified
According to food blog Have Halal, Will Travel, the majority of SUKIYA Singapore outlets have received their official halal certification.
True to their words, the MUIS website’s database of halal restaurants now includes nine of their outlets across Singapore.
The locations of their halal-certified outlets are listed below:
- Century Square
- Changi City Point
- Heartland Mall Kovan
- Jewel Changi Airport
- Marina Square
- Sengkang Grand Mall
- Suntec City
- Waterway Point
SUKIYA Singapore, however, has yet to make an official announcement on its social media pages.
Scrumptious range of Japanese cuisine
SUKIYA is best known for their delectable selection of Japanese dishes, including but not limited to beef yakiniku, karaage, and yakitori.
Meanwhile, their gyudon menu will leave customers spoilt for choice, with scrumptious dishes like cheese gyudon, kimchi gyudon and more.
For customers who prefer their meals with a spicy touch, SUKIYA also offers Japanese curry rice dishes.
More Japanese cuisine options for everyone
Now that SUKIYA Singapore is halal-certified, everyone has more options when it comes to Japanese cuisine.
Be sure to drop by any one of these nine outlets today to try their delicacies — and jio your Muslim friends as well.
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