The food listed here is HALAL to my knowledge and research but I do not vouch 100% for any of its authenticity because that is every MUSLIM’s responsibility.
I am no” makansutra” nor any food “expert” just a normal person who just LOVE food. What shown in this blog is my “everyday experiences” with local food. I shall not be liable for any disappointments or any stomach churning experiences.Everyone is born with different tongues. What I like doesn’t mean, u will like, thus all food listed here, please taste at your own risk .
Any criticisms shown here, just take it as constructive criticisms and work on it. No grudges or hard feelings will be kept or shown.What i’m doing is to promote HALAL food stalls in and around Singapore, Malaysia and its neighbouring countries… Together we can promote HALAL awareness amongst us (not necessarily muslims only but everyone).
Hope that this blog can promote enjoyable HALAL makan time amongst all races and religion ,young or old thus create friendly interaction amongst us and adds that bond of togetherness anywhere…
Any great YUMMILICIOUS places, please inform yours truly in the comments section. (please use appropriate “friendly” words, no rude remarks or bad vulgarities will be tolerated)
Thank you and Have a GREAT SPLENDIDelicious day!
Just a word of reminder:
Some questions pertaining to the stalls which I cannot answer :e.g its HALAL certificate not displayed/expired or stall name cannot be found in MUIS website…not sure whether it is HALAL and other HALAL certification questions, please direct them to higher authority >>MUIS. So, always read my disclaimer before u start complaining.
I have done my best to ensure its HALAL aunthenticity for my own consumption. And I am just sharing it with you. So I will not bear any responsibility for anything. Your body, your responsibility. Remember this blog is not a MUIS list of HALAL-certified establishments. It’s my blog, my food diary. Respect that…
As for those who have new HALAL eateries/food stalls to introduce, feel free to email me at email@example.com. Please leave me details of the shop’s address (location map if possible),opening hours and days closed, food specialties and whether it is halal-certified or Muslim-owned….
Note:Not all eateries suggested, will be published/reviewed (that will be for me to decide.)Spam, chain letters and anything irrelevant are not welcome, please be considerate. If this privilege is abused, the email account will be deleted. Thank you.
Last but not least….
If u wonder why my language is bad or inappropriate or there are zillions of grammatical mistakes, just remember that this is my blog, its My diary, so I have the right to write it anyway I like…. so respect that…
If it is such a chore to write it and post pictures, I wouldnt want to do it…seriously try it and u know…. It’s not easy….I’m just sharing my experiences….. for one main reason only. I work for nobody, I just do it because of one niat. That’s it…
But u are free to voice out your opinions..no problem. Seriously,I am not referring to anyone in particular, I am just giving a reminder….And I am not mad/angry/sensitive… I just want to write in anyway, anyhow I like, this is not a magazine, if most people can understand, its good enough for me. I often type once and seldom have the time to re-edit. So what u c, is what I type, fresh from the oven….err..keyboard.
Food is universal language. I don’t need to be a teacher, a professor to write a blog. Anyone can do it!. I’m just only human, I made mistakes, who dont? So dont pick on the small things but focus on the Big picture..