Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Coming into a month of introspection, improvement, and heightened devotion, Muslims all around the world observe the period of Ramadan every year with a month pious fasting and communal appreciation. For 30 days from Mar 21 onwards, Singaporean Muslims will begin fasting from dawn to dusk, where they’ll then come together with family and friends for delicious feasts to break fast.


Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

, Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Presenting a BBQ feast to celebrate Ramadan Iftar this season, Atrium Restaurant’s irresistible buffet spread features highlights like the show-stopping Whole Spice Roast Baby Lamb – only available from Fri to Sun – delicious Lamb Chops, Rib Eyes, Lamb Leg, and Turkey Breast from the carving station, and a rotation of Marinated Grilled Chicken Drumstick, Sirloin Steak, Sambal Squid, Grilled Fish, and more. For more traditional Malay flavours, go for their Ayam Pongteh, Ayam Masak Merah, Beef Rendang, Udang Lemak Nenas, Mutton Rendang and more, alongside signatures such as their popular Slow-baked Whole Norwegian Salmon and the Executive Chef’s very own Signature Laksa.


Deli Hub

, Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Brought to us by Neo Group, Deli Hub’s latest Ramadan offering promise to help us bond with loved ones over an unforgettable meal served on a giant plate that’s over 70cm in diameter. Available in Small for 3-4 pax and Giant for up to 15 pax, their massive Nasi Ambeng brings the best of Malay and Javanese delicacies together on one gigantic platter. On the platter, find fragrant blue pea rice surrounded by a sea of meticulously cooked begedils, sambal prawns, sambal long beans and tempeh, sambal eggs, refreshing Achar, chicken satay, beef rendang, fried chicken wings, and more.

Order the Giant Nasi Ambeng from now till Apr 10 to enjoy their early bird promotional price of $438.


Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road

, Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Specially for the period of Ramadan, Malaysian Celebrity Chef Wan returns to Singapore after 5 years to bring us the best of Malaysia’s palace cuisine, showcasing dishes from the sultanates of Johor, Perak, and Kelantan, alongside an exclusive dish that pays homage to his own grandmother in a mouth-watering display at Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. Extended due to popular demand, find Chef Wan’s Ayam Percik Kelantan, Rendang Udang Galah Perak, Kuzi Kambing Johor, Laksa Johor, and Kerabu Mee Hoon Nyonya as part of the restaurant’s Ramadan Festive Lunch and Dinner Buffet.


Kampong Gelam

, Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Bringing back the annual Ramadan bazaar with Raikan Cahaya Ramadan, the historic Kampong Gelam precinct welcomes their largest curation of booths to date, boasting over 86 food stalls to indulge in, vibrant retail booths by independent artisans, dazzling light shows, traditional dances, live performances, and micro-installations from now till Apr 16 in a culmination of heritage experiences and community spirit.


Texas Chicken

, Here’s where to enjoy the best Iftar feasts this Ramadan season

Fried to perfection using fresh chicken, Texas Chicken’s renowned bold flavours and straightforward Texan recipes have consistently provided us with some of the best-tasting finger-licking fried chicken. Ringing in Hari Raya Aidilfitri this month of Ramadan, their Rendang Power set will definitely leave you and loved ones wanting more. Coated with traditional spices and herbs, and marinated in thick coconut milk, their chicken is then cooked with an outer Rendang crust to complement the tender chicken within. Good for 3-4 pax, the new Family Feast Set includes 4 pieces of Rendang Chicken, 2 Rendang Burgers, 2 Rendang Rice Bowls, 2 Large Mashed Potatoes, and 4 cups of Coke Zero.