Every night owl in Singapore understands the same pain. Whether you’re out clubbing or staying up late to work, the hunger pangs hit once the clock strikes midnight. But now, all your favourite restaurants are closed. Should you order McDonalds again, cook maggi or head out to hunt for food? Well, if you chose the latter, this guide will show you some of the best supper places in Singapore that are bound to satisfy those pesky late night cravings!
1. Beauty In The Pot
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Nothing soothes the soul more than a good bowl of hot, piping soup at night. Open till 6am, head over to Beauty In The Pot at The Centrepoint for a dose of late night nourishment with their collagen-infused broths! This second outlet is located conveniently in the heart of town, so that west siders no longer need to journey to the East to visit the flagship store at OneKM Mall!
On top of the original 6 soup flavours, the Centrepoint outlet offers 4 new exclusive soup bases – Vitamin C Tomato Sweet Corn, Herbal Drunken Chicken, Cooling Coconut and Longevity Wild Pine Mushroom. Go for the Quart Pot that allows you to enjoy all 4 soup bases at one go!
Rest assured that the wide selection of ingredients are of superb quality and mostly handmade by experienced chefs. The in-house hotpot masters will serve each table attentively, giving you the top-notch dining experience you deserve.
P.S there’s even 20% when you dine after 10.30pm! Definitely deserving of the #1 spot on the list of supper places in Singapore.
Beauty In The Pot
Address: 176 Orchard Road, The Centrepoint, #05-15/16, S(238843)
Opening Hours: Daily, 1130am – 6am
2. Joo Seng Teochew Porridge
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If you’re looking for cheap and good supper places in Singapore, make a trip to the stretch of supper eateries at Cheong Chin Nam Road. In particular, Joo Seng offers some comforting Teochew porridge at only $0.50 per bowl! Choose from a wide variety of ingredients such as minced pork with black bean for $2 and braised duck leg for $6 a plate. Open till 4am, this porridge place is a popular supper spot for the Westies.
Address: 14 Cheong Chin Nam Road, S(599738)
Opening hours: Daily, 10am – 4am
3. Ramen Keisuke Lobster King
Who can resist a savoury bowl of ramen after a night of drinks? If you’re partying at Clarke Quay and looking for something warm to satisfy your growling tummy, Ramen Keisuke Lobster King serves al dente ramen with umami-rich lobster broth. Choose from four different varieties of soup – clear, rich, miso and spicy miso. Although slightly pricey at $13.90++ for a bowl of lobster broth ramen with clear soup, this is a small price to pay to sober up and save the Grab driver from hearing the cries of your tummy.
Ramen Keisuke Lobster King
Address: 3C River Valley Road, The Cannery, #01-07, S(179022)
Opening hours: Daily, 6pm – 5am
4. Kko Kko Nara 꼬꼬나라
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You’re watching your favourite Korean drama into the dead of night when your oppa visits his favourite Korean fried chicken restaurant. You start salivating, but this time not at him. If you’re looking to satisfy your craving for Korean fried chicken, there’s no other place to be than at Tanjong Pagar! The stretch of shophouses at Tanjong Pagar is lined with Korean restaurants that open till late and Kko Kko Nara is just one option among the many. Although not a Korean fried chicken speciality restaurant like Chicken Up or Chir Chir, Kko Kko Nara is a typical Korean restaurant that just happens to be well-known for their Korean fried chicken.
Passersby are often drawn into the shop by the delicious food smells that waft out from the storefront. Want it all? Get the Combo Chicken Set which has 9 pieces of fried chicken in 3 different flavours – original, sweet and special garlic soy sauce chicken.
Kko Kko Nara
Address: 68 Tanjong Pagar Road, S(088489)
Opening Hours: Daily, 11am – 4am
BONUS: Kemono Roast Chicken Delivery
Don’t wanna waste money on Grab and squeeze with the crowd at popular supper places in Singapore? If you want to satisfy your chicken craving but don’t wanna get out of your house, then order some healthy roast chicken from Kemono! With daily delivery from 11am till 12 midnight, dig into your fresh roast chicken without feeling guilty. No MSG added, no growth hormones used, no antibiotics, cage-free and cruelty-free. Their chickens are also from halal-certified sources!
Besides tasty roast chicken, Kemono serves up other dishes as well, such as Cheesy Bangers and Mash, pies, salads, desserts and more!
5. Springleaf Prata Place
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Springleaf Prata Place may not open till the wee hours but they do serve up a plethora of creative pratas like the Plaster Blaster which is essentially prata served with Eggs Benedict, Prata Goreng and Portobello Mushroom Cheese Prata! Still hungry? Order the Murtaburger – a marriage between the murtabak and the all-time favourite Ramly Burger or just get the Ultimate Murtabak!
Don’t say we bojio.
Springleaf Prata Place (Springleaf Garden)
Address: 57B Jalan Tua Kong, S(457253)
Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 12am
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BONUS: Srisun Express
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If your prata craving kicks in late and Springleaf prata place is already closed, have no fear! Head down to Srisun Express instead! Open all day everyday, this supper place in Singapore is always there for you. With their extensive menu that encompasses dishes from Indian, Thai, Malaysian and local cuisines; you’re bound to find something you like.
Their new menu additions consist of some really unique dishes such as Masala Buffalo Wings, Nutella Prata and Yakult Fruit Juices.
To secure your seats, you can make reservations on their websites 2 hours in advance on weekdays and 1 day in advance for weekends.
Srisun Express (Serangoon Gardens)
Address: 56 Serangoon Garden Way, S(555952)
Opening Hours: 24 Hours
6. Chong Pang Nasi Lemak
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You know you’re a true Singaporean when you get that insatiable craving for Nasi Lemak. Afterall, nothing else beats a plate of aromatic coconut rice served with sweet chilli sauce and crispy ikan bilis.
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak is located in a humble-looking coffee shop along Sembawang Road, serving hungry customers from 5pm to 7am the next day. Their crispy, marinated chicken wings are to die for. Be spoilt for choice as you decide your side dishes. Go for the spicy long bean and sambal brinjal that will leave you craving for more.
Over the years, they have received positive reviews from food writers and won “Top Winner of Channel U Yummy King Award” and “The Green Book Best Food Awards”.
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak
Address: 447 Sembawang Road, S(758404)
Opening Hours: Daily, 5pm – 7am
7. Rochor Original Beancurd House
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Perfect for those who don’t want to overindulge eat too much, have a bowl of silky, smooth beancurd instead. Each mouthful is rich in soyabean, accompanied by a subtle touch of sweetness. Don’t forget to try their portuguese egg tarts too!
Rochor Original Beancurd House
Address: 2 Short St, S(188211)
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 11am – 1am; Fri – Sat 11am – 3am; Sun 12pm – 3am
8. Char Grill Bar
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Looking for pocket-friendly supper places in Singapore? Sometimes dubbed as the Astons that opens late, Char Grill Bar provides value-for-money, fuss-free Western food. Creating a distinctive brand for itself with its kiosk concept, Char Grill Bar now has over 30 outlets across the island and in Malaysia. The menu provides great variety, with over 60 delicious items all at affordable prices! You’d be spoilt for choice.
If you’re looking for a more relaxing dining experience, head over to their cafe concept at Holland Village!
Char Grill Bar (Holland Village)
Address: 25 Lor Liput, S(277735)
Opening Hours: Daily, 1130am – 230am
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9. Tang Tea House
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Craving a fix of glorious dim sum but don’t want to join the queue at Swee Choon or hustle for seats at 126 Wen Dao Shi?
Tang Tea House offers a selection of halal homemade dim sum and zichar dishes! With their wide selection and fast service, indulge in your favourite Siew Mai, Har Gow and Tang Tea House’ famous Molten Salted Egg Custard Bun.
With 3 outlets islandwide, find the one closest to you and savour the authenticity and freshness of their dim sum for yourself! Definitely worth adding to your must-visit supper places in Singapore list.
Tang Tea House (Jalan Kayu)
Address: 242 Jalan Kayu, S(799466)
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 11am – 12am; Fri, Sat & Public Holiday: 12pm – 2am
10. Quench! Bistro & Bar
Supper places in Singapore can get really crowded. Located at the most scenic spot in ORTO, Quench! Bistro & Bar is a hidden gem. An open concept bar with both indoor and alfresco seating, Quench! allows you to take in the laidback kampong vibes and views of the prawning ponds. Enjoy some classic Western dishes or finger-licking-good bites, accompanied by a wide selection of beers and cocktails (at extended Happy Hour prices!).
The perfect place to kick back with friends and family after a day’s work, this sanctuary will put your soul at rest, away from the busy urban jungle.
Free parking is also available!
Quench! Bistro & Bar
Address: 81 Lorong Chencharu, ORTO, #01-10, S(769198).
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am – 3am; Sat-Sun 9am – 3am
11. Tian Tian Seafood
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With more than 20 years of history, Tian Tian Seafood is well-loved by Singaporeans for their zichar fare. Try their salted-egg squid, chilli crab, sambal kangkong, cereal prawns and hotplate toufu! With generous portions at pocket-friendly prices, Tian Tian Seafood satisfies your tummy better than all the other supper places in Singapore. So good that even renowned chefs in Singapore crave for more!
Go for the midnight steamboat if you’re looking for something to soothe your soul.
Tian Tian Seafood
Address: 239 Outram Rd, S(169042)
Opening Hours: Daily, 5pm-4am
12. Azmaya Honten
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Nestled in Cuppage Plaza, this underrated supper place in Singapore will send you to culinary heaven with their Japanese hotpots! Choose from 3 different soup bases – mala, shabu shabu or sukiyaki to go with your free flow shabu shabu meat and vegetables. With Azmaya Honten‘s generous portions, you and your friends will leave feeling super full!
Don’t forget to mix your own dipping sauces at the condiments bar as well.
Address: 5 Koek Road, Cuppage Plaza, #03-24/29, S(229456)
Opening Hours: Mon to Thurs: 6pm – 230am; Fri to Sat: 6pm – 4am; Sun: 6pm – 12am
13. Nana Original Thai Food
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To get your authentic Thai food fix, there’s no other place than Golden Mile Complex. With so many Thai restaurants available in this building, it may be tough to decide on whether to go for Nana or Diandin Leluk. Both are open for 24 hours and are equally popular among locals and Thai folks alike.
Recommended dishes at Nana include Stir-Fried Basil Pork, Tom Yum Soup and Papaya Salad.
Nana Original Thai Food
Address: 5001 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Complex, #01-51/52/66A, S(199588)
Opening Hours: 24 Hours
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