We ask: Which is your favourite place to break fast?
Jumaiyah Mahathir and Shamsydar Ani from HalalFoodHunt.com
"Segar Village (19, Sims Way) remains one of the very few halal places in Singapore that serves live seafood. Our recommendation that is unique to this cafe would be the cream sauce prawn and the salted egg sotong - dishes we would stick our neck out for."
PHOTO: FIX CAFE
Adam Shah from The Halal Food Blog
"One of our favourites is Fix (HomeTeamNS-JOM Clubhouse). The best part is that it continually renews its menu. This year, they have a revamped Mexican menu, which is very unique because there are not many halal Mexican food choices around."
Singer Sezairi Sezali
"I will usually break fast at home as it is nearly impossible to get seats during break fast time, but occasionally I'll (take away) the shitake mushroom sauce with soya katsu from Greendot."
New Face 2002 contestant, author, actress and businesswoman Nura Jasni
"I rarely break fast outside. But when I do, I will always decide on Evertop Chicken Rice in Clementi Avenue 2. I love the authentic taste of Hainanese chicken rice. It's a welcome break from the usual Malay cuisine."
The New Paper New Face 2015 winner Selynna Norhisham
"Recently, I've been eating at I Am... cafe in 674, North Bridge Road. It serves Western food. They have really good sandwiches and I particularly enjoy their chicken Cajun pasta. But there's always a super-long queue, so you must go early."