Supper spot: 30 Best Midnight Supper Spots in Singapore For Hungry Insomniacs


30 Best Midnight Supper Spots in Singapore For Hungry Insomniacs

Being a nation of foodies, we do have an endless list of places to go to. It’s not gluttony but we do eat a lot. At work, in school, along the street, you will always see someone with some form of food in their hand.

So with an endless list of eateries, you think you are all set but what happens when you have a craving for food at 2am? Will it be McDelivery or instant noodles? Never fear. With this list of ultimate late midnight supper spots, your growling stomachs will not bother the neighbours after 12am.

Here’s my list of the places you should go for supper around the island.

1. Rochor Original Beancurd

Perhaps this is Singapore’s most famous tau huay, known for silky smooth beancurd. Next door neighbour and rival, Beancurd City, also serves equally good beancurd. Both owners are brothers after all, just not on speaking terms. Rochor Original Beancurd also has egg tarts which makes a nice accompaniment to soybean milk and tau huay.

Address: 2 Short Street, Singapore 188211 | Tel: +65 6334 1138 
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday 11am – 1am, Friday – Saturday, 11am – 3am 

2. Cafeela

Ask any Singaporean what Jalan Kayu is famous for and you are likely to hear “Jalan Kayu Roti Prata”. Jalan Kayu has Thasevi and Cafeela which has its fans alike. Cafeela has the upper hand with it being situated next to the public carpark. Do try the Nasi Briyani and Roti John, one of better ones around. Thasevi is otherwise a bit more pricey, but nonetheless still good.

Address: 254 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799481 | Tel: +65 6483 5477
Opening hours: 24 Hours

3. Feng Shan Food Centre/Bedok 85 Market

Feng Shan Food Centre aka Bedok Block 85 is known for its atmosphere of buzz and good grub among the east-siders. Must eats at Block 85 are the soup based Bak Chor Mee (Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodle, Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian, Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee), Sambal Stingray (Chan BBQ), Hokkien Prawn Mee, Satay, Chicken Wings, and Oyster Egg.

Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodle: Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4 #01-18, Singapore 460085
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 6pm – 3am, Sunday 6pm – 12 am, Closed on Monday

Bedok North 85 Fried Oyster:  Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4 #01-09/10, Singapore 460085
Opening Hours: 4pm – 2am Daily 

The world’s cheapest one Michelin Star restaurant has a couple of outlets in Singapore. The latest one at Aperia in Kallang even opens till 3am on some days. So if you dread queuing during the waking hours of normal people, this is your best bet. Don’t expect it to be of similar standards to the original Hong Kong outlet though.

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Address: 12 Kallang Avenue, #01-01/02/03 Aperia, Singapore 339511 | Tel: +65 6684 2000| Website
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday 9am – 11pm, Friday – Saturday 9am – 3am 

5. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak


For the eastsiders, there’s the trio of nasi lemak stalls at Changi Village. For the westsiders, there’s the one and only Boon Lay POWER Nasi Lemak. A very satisfying plate of nasi lemak, be prepared to queue when you go supper hunting for this stall.

Address: Blk 221B Boon Lay Place, #01-106, Singapore 642221 | Tel: +65 6266 4466 | Website
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 6.30am to 3.30am, Monday 4.30pm – 3.30am 

6. Outram Park Ya Hua Rou Gu Cha

One of my favourite places for Bak Kut Teh, the pigs trotters have lots of yummy fat collagen and the braised intestines are pretty soft. The pork soup has a very unique peppery taste that makes you want more after downing the first bak kut teh. Detractors will beg to differ but it’s a pretty decent place if you are looking for Bak Kut Teh after most of the other stalls shutter for the night. There is ample parking and space as well, so no queuing needed.

Address: 7 Keppel Road, 01-05/07, PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex, Singapore 089053 | Tel: +65 6222 9610
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday 7am to 3pm and  6pm – 4am, Sunday 7am – 3pm and 6pm – 12am (Closed on Monday)

7. Fong Seng Fast Food Nasi Lemak


A favourite among NUS students residing in Eusoff Hall (just minutes walk away), Fong Seng has decent nasi lemak at relatively affordable prices. For those who drive, just park legally at the NUS carpark and walk over. The LTA wardens are ever ready to pounce on the errant parkers.

Address: 22 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129757 | Tel: +65 6774 1429
Opening hours: 6am to 4am Daily

8. Spruce At Fire Station, Upper Bukit Timah

If you are looking for something heartier for a late night meal, check out Spruce. Late night supper is served from 10pm to 11.45pm.

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Address: 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 588213  | Website
Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday 5.30pm – 1am, Thursday – Friday 11.30 am – 1 am, Saturday – Sunday 9am – 1am

Related Guide: Must Try Places to Eat in Bukit Timah

9. Mr Prata

If Jalan Kayu is too inaccessible for you, check out Mr Prata instead. They have 3 outlets – Bedok, Tampines, and Botanic Gardens. Try the Maggi Goreng Prata (Maggi Noodles in a Prata) – it’s really good.

Address: 26 Evans Road, #01-02, Singapore – 259367 | Tel: +65 6235 6993 | Website
Opening hours: 24 hours Daily

If you are looking for an authentic retro Hong Kong dim sum dining experience, 126 is the place to go. The vibe of the sleaze from the neighbouring units is as close as you can get to Hong Kong’s Portland Street. Do try the beancurd rolls and scallop porridge.

Address: 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449 | Tel: +65 6746 4757
Opening hours: 24 hours Daily

Related Guide: Best Dim Sums in Singapore History

11. Ponggol Nasi Lemak

Ponggol in name but far from it, Ponggol Nasi Lemak has never been in Ponggol. Such an irony. One of the more popular Chinese-style nasi lemaks, you can pretty much customize you own meal. Just be prepared to empty the wallet as prices are much higher compared to alternatives such as Chong Pang Nasi Lemak, which is also not too bad a spot for late night nasi lemak.

Address: 965 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534721 | Tel: +65 6281 0020
Opening hours: 5.30pm to 3am (Closed on Thursday)

Address: 2 Parkstone Rd, Singapore 437649 | Tel: +65 6287 0020 
Opening hours: 5.30pm to 2.30am (Closed on Thurday)

Before Tim Ho Wan, Swee Choon was the name to go to for midnight dim sum and it still probably is. If you are looking for good dim sum without breaking the bank, Swee Choon is the place to be at. If you are still feeling peckish after all the fried and steamed goodies., there are some other zi char dishes available on the menu as well.

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Address: 191 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208882 | Website
Opening hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm and 6pm – 6am (Closed on Tuesday) 

13. Ming Fa Fishball


There are many Bak Chor Mee stalls in Singapore but few are open at 3am in the morning like Ming Fa when you need your fix.  If Upper Thomson is too far from where you are, you can always try Seng Huat opposite Bugis Junction which also opens as a midnight supper alternative.

Address: 246B Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574370 | Tel: +65 6455 4890 
Opening Hours: 9.30am – 4.30am Daily 

14. Beauty in The Pot

If you’re up late at night craving for some warm soup, Beauty in The Pot would be a great fix. Open till 3am, foodies in the east can head over to OneKM Mall for some night-time nourishment with their collagen-based broths.

Even the ingredients are assured to be of high quality and are mostly handmade from scratch. The dining experience will be top-notch too as each table is served attentively by their experienced in-house hotpot masters.

Address:11 Tanjong Katong Road, #02-21 OneKM, Singapore 437157 | Tel: +65 6702 2542 | Website 
Opening hours: Monday – Thursday 11am-3.30pm and 5.30pm-1am, Friday – Sunday 11am – 3am 

15. Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Do you love crowded places? Natural smokey scents? Limited seating? Then Chomp Chomp is just the place for you. Eating here is indeed an experience. For fans, this is arguably the best place on the island for sambal stingray, satay, oyster egg, chicken wings and hokkien mee. For others, this is overhyped and just makes your hair smell like BBQ. What’s your take?

Carrot Cake 菜頭粿 (that’s the literal name of the store): 20 Kensington Park Road, Chomp Chomp Food Centre, Singapore 557269
Opening hours: 2pm – 12.30am (closed on alternate Tuesday)

Ang Sa Lee Oyster Omelette: 20 Kensington Park Road, Chomp Chomp, Singapore 557269
Opening hours: 2pm – 12.30am (closed on alternate Wednesday)

Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood Barbecue: 20 Kensington Park Road, Chomp Chomp, Singapore 557269
Opening hours: 2pm – 12.30am 

16. Upper Bukit Timah (Cheong Chin Nam Shophouse Row)

With the new Beauty World MRT Station (DT5) up and running, this stretch of shophouses have been seeing an increase in patrons once again. Indian food from Al-Azhar or Al-Ameen (the former is better), frog porridge from G7 Sin Ma or freshly grilled burgers from Tenderfresh Classic are all good choices.

Al-Ameen: 4 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599729 | Tel: +65 6465 1000
Opening hours: 11am – 3am (Daily)

G7 Sin Ma: 5 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599730 | Tel: +65 6467 7317
Opening hours: 12pm to 3am (Daily)

Tenderfresh Classic: 9 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599734 | Tel: +65 6762 2661
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday 11.30am – 11.30pm, Friday – Saturday 11:30am – 12.45am 

Al-Azhar: 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736 | Tel: +65 6466 5052
Opening hours: 24 hours (Daily)

17. Heng Long Teochew Porridge 兴隆潮洲粥

Located along the popular midnight eateries of Upper Serangoon RoadHeng Long has seen an increase in queues for its popular midnight Teo Chew Porridge, as well as an increase in price. One of my favorite hot spots for supper since I stay nearby, they have quite a large variety of comforting dishes to choose from.

The spicy minced pork, braised duck, fish cake and cabbage (高麗菜) are some of my standard accompanying orders, along with a bowl of braised sauce (卤汁). If the queue is too long, there is another porridge stall called Ah Li San right beside Heng Long as well which also serves as good a Teochew porridge.

Address: 1006, Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534744
Opening Hours: 10am – 4am Daily 

Recently expanding very aggressively in Singapore, Chicken Up at Tanjong Pagar is a good spot for some midnight chicken cravings. A very popular Fried Chicken Buffet is also available at $25+, but be wary that each order is freshly fried, so it takes some time to prepare in-between orders. The fried chicken here is also picked by SPH’s writer as the best Korean fried chicken in a blind taste testing among a few of the other prominent brands.

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Address: 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-01, Singapore 088469 | Various outlets
Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday 5.30pm – 2am, Friday – Saturday 5.30pm – 3am, Sunday 5.30pm  – 12am

Large homemade peppery fish balls, Finest Song Kee has a pretty long wait and erratic opening hours. There is only 1 aunty cooking at the opposite speed of light at any time, so be prepared to wait around 30 to 45 mins for your noodles. Just take a queue number and relax at the tables.

Address: 532 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534547 | Tel: +65 8838 3532
Opening hours: 6pm- 2.30am Daily (Closed on Wednesday) 

20. Ma La Hui Cui Guan 麻辣荟萃馆

Want to have extremely spicy sze-chuan peppers at 3am in the morning? What could possibly go wrong? Ma La Hui Cui Guan offers a la carte as well as a buffet menu for their Ma La hot pot, guaranteed to numb your taste buds. When I had it, there was so much chilli peppers I could barely see the soup. Also, as a personal note, combining this spicy broth with late night drinking will result in very active bowels the next day.

Address: 260 Middle Rd, Singapore 188988 | Tel: +65 6333 5535
Opening Hours: 11am – 5.30am Daily

21.  Miss Lok

Tired of regular ol’ hotpot? Try Miss Lok for some swanky contemporary hotpot inspired by the street food of our familiar neighbours – Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Thailand and China.

Lok Lok style hot pot with 8 different broths – including Singapore Laksa, Bak Kut Teh and something called the Asari Clam Sake Soup. Like many other hotpot places, you can concoct your own dipping sauce freely. They do have sauces of their own like their signature salted egg yolk sauce or Chinchalok etc.

Other than hotpot ingredients, they also offer noodles that change seasonally. They have had flavours like green tea soba, Ma La Mee Tai Mak and squid ink laksa. Take note that noodles are only available for lunch.

Address: 5 Magazine Road #01-01 Singapore 059571 | Tel: +65 6604 8814 | Website
Opening hours: 6pm – 2am Daily (Closed on Sunday) 

22.  Springleaf Prata Place

Sure it’s another prata place but does your regular prata place sell Crispy Red Bean Prata, Eggs Ben Prata or even Prata Goreng? I’m sure they don’t. Eggs and oily food are also said to be really good hungover foods and I may or may not thoroughly agree with that.


Apart from the 2 more popular outlets – Upper Thomson and Tua Kong, Springleaf has recently opened another outlet at Rail Mall.

Address: No. 1 Thong Soon Ave, Singapore 787431 | Various Locations | Tel: 64595670 | Website
Opening hours: 8am – 12am Daily

23.  Xiang Ji Roasted Meat


Conveniently located at CCK 302, the 24 hours kopitiam where you can always satisfy your crazy char siew rice craving anytime. The delicious Xiang Ji is here to save you. Have your favourite roasted meat then a good night’s sleep.

Address: Block 302, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore 680302 

Opening hours: 24 hours Daily

24.  Seng Kee Herbal Soup (Changi)


Hearing the name ‘Black Chicken Herbal Soup‘ might make you think it’s one of those claypot soups where the black chicken sits quietly in the herbal stew, waiting for you to savour it.

This is not the case for Seng Kee, their herbal soup is actually the soup base for their noodles. They are highly known for their Pig Liver Herbal Mee Sua that people flock from different corners of Singapore for. Only the main branch at Changi opens till 4am.

Address: 475/477 Changi Road, Singapore 419885 | Tel: +65 6746 4089 | Website
Opening hours: 11am – 4am Daily

25.  Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice


I absolutely love Jalan Besar‘s Scissors Cut curry rice.

You’ll be so confused by the uncle’s need to use his scissors on everything –  your chicken chop, and basically almost every other dish you add, into thin bite sized pieces. But after confusion, mesmerisation sets in – how does one cut everything so precisely in a seemingly dance-like process of choppy popping-locking or should I say snipping-snapping?


Pouring a ladle-full of braised sauce and another of curry makes your rice deliciously goopy. Coupled with chicken chop and cabbage, you’re pretty much set. This is one of the popular supper spots for nightcrawlers so you might expect some waiting.

Address: 229 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208905 | Tel: +65 9826 1464 

Opening Hours: 11am to 3:30am Daily 

26.  Spize

Everyone knows thisit’s like if I don’t write it down, some idiot’s going to go “ How bout SPIZE?” Geez louise, calm down. Do you see me saying McDonalds? Obviously not.

(Spize is a really popular halal Indian-Malay-Western food place that almost always has a queue. Although their menu is pretty similar to other prata places, their prices are a tad higher. )

Address: 336 Bedok Road, Singapore 469512 | Tel: +65 6337 7493 | Website
Opening hours: 10.30am – 4am Daily

27.  Hai Di Lao

Don’t be surprised to see drunk people here as well because Hai Di Lao opens until 6am. Of course it isn’t the cheap kind of supper like Curry Rice or Prata, so the people eating there are probably ballers LOL.

Perhaps the wide variety of food and superb service can make you look past the price. Hai Di Lao provides fuzzy soft home slippers for you to rest your feet after a long night out, freak those heels (but please remember to bring them back don’t forget your beloved heels, ladies).

Best part, if someone gets really drunk, they have a wheelchair to wheel you out. So no worries, you’re compleeetely covered.

Address: Clarke Quay, 3D River Valley Road,#02-04,  Singapore  | Tel: 6337 8626 / 6337 8627 | Website | Hours: 10:30am-6am

28. Changi Village Area


There’s 89.7 Supper Club, Satayhood and plenty of other kopitiams or food courts that open till late so yeah. Pretty much the stretch of Changi Village would be a good bet if you’re looking for something for supper. Best part is, there are many prata places in addition to 89.7 and satayhood which are all halal.

Changi Village: Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002

 29. Char-Grill Bar

Yes, I’ve added Char-grill Bar. But, I don’t see anything wrong with Char-Grillthey are actually pretty decent (at least at the outlets I’ve patronised). The prices are really affordable and there’s a wide variety to choose from – you can have fried fish, grilled meats, fries, pasta salad, baked potatoes; they all sound like really good food for midnight snacking!

Note: While some outlets close at 11pm, other outlets open till late, like Yishun, Clementi West, Marine Parade, Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 – check their website for various outlets’ opening hours.

Address: Bukit Batok Street 34, #01-25, Singapore 650347 | Website 

Opening Hours: 11am to 3am Daily

30. Senor Taco

Sick of prata, rice, noodles or basically all the usual supper foods? Try Mexican.

Consider having some hearty Mexican street food like tacosquesadillas and antojitos for supper. Mexican food is already a great beer go-with so if you’re around the area drinking, head down to Senor Taco to fill your bellies.

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Address: 3A River Valley Road #01-07-A, Singapore 179020 | Tel: +65 6336 1734 | Website
Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday 4pm – 3.30am, Sunday – Tuesday, 6pm – 1.30am

Related Guide: Best Breakfast Places in Singapore Better Than Brunch


Editor’s end notes

You may well disagree with me on my supper list. Nonetheless, do share your thoughts and comments as well as more suggestions where else I can eat at 2am in the morningI would be most interested to read them.

1am supper spots in the East that are not Geylang, Simpang Bedok and Fengshan Market , Lifestyle News

Watched a midnight movie and feeling peckish? Studied late through the night and hit by hunger pangs? Or starving after partying too hard on a Saturday night?

There are more than a few reasons for eating way past dinnertime.

We’re not advocating for supper as regular meals, though sometimes, especially for those who work shifts, life dictates it.

For the purpose of this list, we’ll be focusing on the eastern part of Singapore — an area that’s almost synonymous with good food —  but omitting the usual (read: boring) supper hotspots of Simpang Bedok, Geylang, Bedok 85 (Fengshan Market) and 24-hour prata eateries.

If you haven’t been to these de facto supper joints, we highly recommend that you check them out.

So if, like us, you’re sian of the usual makan places in the east, here are other late-night supper haunts you may not know about. They may not be the best, but at 1am or 2am when most places are closed, we are thankful for these options.

And just so you can be sure to be able to dine in peace and not be forced to up and leave midway through your meal, we’ve only included spots that are open LATE, up till at least 3am.

So next time you find yourself hungry and stuck in the east, you know where to go.


Yes, this place is near the famous Fengshan Market, but not technically in the hawker centre.

It’s a good supper place on a rainy night, and prices are pretty decent too, with a meal for two amounting to less than $30. They have multiple outlets across Singapore as well.

Where: 88 Bedok North Street 4, #01-125 Singapore 460088

Opening hours: 5pm to 3am


If it’s a bowl of Hong Kong-style wonton mee that you’re after, you can find it here at Changi Airport Terminal 2. 

The Michelin-recommended eatery (in Hong Kong at least) is famous for their dumplings, with large shrimp encased in a paper-thin skin. But expect prices to be about 30 to 40 per cent steeper than in Hong Kong.

Besides noodles, they serve up some side dishes, beef brisket with rice and congee as well. Heads up, although it’s listed as a 24-hour operation on Changi Airport’s website, it appears customers have tried to go and been disappointed. You’ve been warned.

Where: 60 Airport Boulevard, Terminal 2, Singapore 819643

Opening hours: 24 hours


Some may not know that Fei Fei Wanton Mee is actually open 24 hours, or at least I didn’t.

It’s $4 for a small bowl that some have called “snack-sized”. But if you’re not in the mood for noodles, we hear they serve a mean dish of fried meatballs.

Where: 72 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427789

Opening hours: 24 hours


Haidilao, a hotpot franchise from China, needs no introduction, and neither does Beauty In The Pot, owned by Paradise Group. So we’re here just to share where you can find these popular chains in the east.

Tired of the snaking lines during regular mealtimes? It’ll definitely be easier to snag a seat during the wee hours.

Hai Di Lao

Where: Bedok Mall, 311 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-13, Singapore 467360

Opening hours: 10.30am to 6am

Where: Century Square, 2 Tampines Central 5, #02-22, 529509

Opening hours: 10.30am to 4am

Beauty In The Pot

Where: KINEX, 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, #03-38, Singapore 436950

Opening hours: 11.30am to 3am

Where: 225/226 Airport Boulevard, #B2-224, Singapore 819666

Opening hours: 10am to 6am


If you stay in the east and have a sudden craving for fried chicken late at night, instead of having to plod to Singapore’s ‘Little Korea’ in Tanjong Pagar, why not head on down to Changi Airport instead?

Although it’s best known for their fried chicken, the halal restaurant chain also serves up other Korean dishes like bibimbap, kimbap (rice rolls) and ramyeon (noodles).

Where: 60 Airport Boulevard, Level 2 Changi Airport Terminal 2, Singapore 819643

Opening hours: 24 hours


This famous prawn noodles is a favourite to many, but did you know it’s open at night till the wee hours too? We have to add though, that reviewers of the place have commented that the stall is run by different people at night, which may correspond to a drop in quality,

Where: 31 Tai Thong Crescent, Singapore 347859

Opening hours: 6.30am to 4.30pm, 6pm to 4.30am (closed on Mondays)


Curbside dining at its best. This zi char restaurant has been serving up well-loved local dishes for over a decade, but it apparently still draws in the crowd, especially on weekends.

Recommended dishes include fried prawn rolls, Marmite pork ribs and something called Indonesian chicken.

Where: 187 East Coast Road, Singapore 428893

Opening hours: 4.30pm to 3.30am


If you’re a fan of the Hokkien-style bak kut teh that’s dark and herbal-y instead of the Teochew-style peppery broth, this is one spot you can hit up in the wee hours. Its name is often mentioned when talking about the top places for bak kut teh in the east. Besides BKT, they also serve a variety of zi char dishes like fried tang hoon and sesame oil chicken.

Where: 439 Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427652

Opening hours: 7.30am to 4am (closed on Mondays)


The fried carrot cake (white) and frog’s legs porridge are stellar here, according to reviews. But the 24-hour kopitiam also serves up a decent wu xiang and Hokkien mee (which is the same stall as the carrot cake) as well.

We’ve been there late (at about 1am) for wu xiang, but noticed that the frog’s legs porridge was closed. We’d hazard a guess that supper-wise, 9pm till midnight would be a better time to visit for a taste of the best that this coffeeshop has to offer.

Where: Chang Cheng Mee Wah Coffeeshop, 802 Tampines Avenue 4, #01-07, Singapore 520802

Opening hours: 24 hours


If you’re feeling the need for some dim sum, it helps to know that there are places you can go to that are not Swee Choon at Jalan Besar and Wen Dao Shi or Mongkok Dim Sum in Geylang.

But do note, the Tim Ho Wan here is not open late all days of the week, but only on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of public holidays.

Where: Aperia Mall, 12 Kallang Avenue, #01-01/02/03, Singapore 339511

Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday and PH: 9am to 11pm; Friday, Saturday and eve of PH: 9am to 3am


Just like Mustafa Centre in Little India, Jewel Changi Airport is a gem for those in the east looking for some air-conditioned R&R, or the other terminals in the airport for that matter.

While you can’t do much shopping after midnight here, you can still get hawker food from Jewel’s Five Spice (its 24-hour food court).

Some eateries and snacks are also open till late, like how we scored Hokkaido ice cream and The Alley bubble tea at 1am, but that was during the first three months of its opening.

Of course, there’s always A&W (#B2-209), which opens till 3am, and Beauty In The Pot (#B2-224), where hungry diners can have their fill till 6am.

Where: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

Opening hours: 24 hours

For more information on 24-hour dining at Changi Airport, click here.


Located in the far-eastern corner of Singapore, foodies will be familiar with this popular Changi Village pitstop.

If there were ever a supper-food specialist, 89.7 Supper Club would probably be it, as its name implies.  

And they don’t just serve prata, which is why we’ve included them in this list. Much like Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House and Tang Tea House at Simpang Bedok, this eatery offers almost anything you could think of, from Malay and Western food to zi char and dim sum.  

Where: 5 Changi Village Road, #01-2035, Singapore 500005

Opening hours: 24 hours

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8 Late Night Supper Spots In The CBD For Hungry Workers Doing OT

Late-night supper spots in the CBD

Working overtime can be inevitable, and there’s nothing worse than going home on an empty stomach when you’re already so tired. Plus, with so many well-loved supper spots closing early because of Covid-19, it can be hard to find something to eat late at night when the area feels like a ghost town. 

To help you with your OT woes, here are eight supper spots in the CBD from Korean BBQ to Thai desserts to help you satisfy your cravings after a long day at work.

For more things to do in the CBD, check out:

1. Hao Lai Wu Steamboat & BBQ

Image credit: Eatbook

If you’re eating with a larger number of fellow OT buds, it can be hard to accede to everyone’s food requests, which is why a restaurant like Hao Lai Wu Steamboat & BBQ is a godsend. Serving both steamboat and BBQ, everyone can find a method of cooking that they enjoy.

At only $21.80+ per pax for a buffet dinner, this spot is an affordable option if you feel like feasting after a long day at work. With interesting soup options from mala to chicken herbal soup, and a wide variety of ingredients to choose from – whole crab included – you will be spoilt for choice. Plus, they even serve China-style lok lok from as low as $1 per skewer.

Location: 175 Bencoolen Street, #01-57 Burlington Square, Singapore 189649
Opening hours: 11AM-3AM, Daily

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2. The Ramen House

Volcano Ramen at The Ramen House
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There’s nothing better to fill your stomach late at night than a comforting bowl of noodle soup. However, rather than cooking up a pack of instant noodles in your office pantry, The Ramen House is a delicious and healthier alternative. 

Serving all sorts of authentic and affordable Japanese dishes, this supper spot is sure to leave your tastebuds satisfied. Try their Volcano Ramen ($11.90+) with three different spice levels and a 30-hour boiled broth, or their Teppanyaki Giant Hokkaido Scallop ($16.90+) with five large and juicy scallops.

Location: 6 Short Street, Singapore 188213
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11AM-3AM, Fri-Sat 11AM-5AM

The Ramen House website

3. Supulae Korean BBQ

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Anyone who has eaten KBBQ for lunch before knows the pain of smelling like a smokehouse for the rest of the day, which is why it’s the perfect choice for supper so you can head straight home for a relaxing shower. Located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, Supulae Korean BBQ serves cheap and authentic Korean food with free-flow side dishes you can eat to your heart’s content.

There are four affordable sets available on the menu ranging from Pork Set A ($38.80+) to Pork Set D ($$58.80+) which all serve around 2-3 pax, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank for some delicious BBQ with your colleagues.

Location: 80 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088501
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 5PM-1AM, Fri-Sat 5PM-4AM

Supulae Facebook page

4. Wan Wan Thai Cafe

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With a whole slew of cafes in Singapore, it’s no wonder that cafe-hopping is such a popular weekend brunch activity. With Wan Wan Thai Cafe, you can have desserts until 3AM any day of the week. 

From their Thai Milk Tea Bingsu ($10.90+) to their Shibuya Toast inspired Kaya Toast ($8.90+), you can feast on their many desserts amid a forest worth of fake plants and insta-worthy glowing neon signs. Conveniently located at Bencoolen, this spot is easy to get to for those working around the Dhoby Ghaut and Bugis area.

Location: 127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637
Opening hours: 12.30PM-3AM, Daily

Wan Wan Thai Cafe Facebook

5. Chicken Up

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Korean fried chicken is one of the most sinful foods to eat – and after a long and tough day hitting your deadlines, busy bees deserve to treat themselves to some delicious fried chicken.

A fan-favourite Korean chicken spot, Chicken Up serves classic dishes like their sweet and tangy YangNyum Chicken Wings ($12.00+) as well as interesting twists on regular Korean foods like their Bulgogi Fries ($18.00) which come loaded with seasoned meat and sauce. Plus, Chicken Up even provides disposable gloves so you won’t have to worry about getting your hands dirty.

Location: 48 #01-01 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088469
Opening hours: 3PM-12AM, Daily

Chicken Up website

6. Jin Jin Eating House

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All mala lovers know that cravings can hit at any random time, and there’s nothing more agonising than not being able to satisfy it at once. Thankfully, Jin Jin Eating House stays open 21H – meaning you’ll be able to quell those hunger pangs even in wee hours into the morning. 

And if you can’t take the heat, there are still plenty of authentic Chinese dishes to choose from like their Mild Braised Beef Shank Noodle (S$5.50+) and Authentic Tan Tan Noodle (S$4.50) that won’t leave your tongue burning. 

Location: 496 North Bridge Road, #01/01, #02-01, Singapore 188739
Opening hours: 6AM-3AM, Daily

Jin Jin Eating House Facebook

7. 49 Seats

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Italian food may not be the most conventional late-night supper food when you think of our usual faves like roti prata and kopitiam fare, but if you’re around town, 49 Seats is a great place to go if you’re feeling a little fancier. 

With large food portions and no GST or service charge, this place serves up western food inspired by local and Asian flavours. Some popular dishes include their Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken ($9.90) and Tom Yum Seafood Pasta ($14.90) which even has a level 49 spice level made with loads of chilli padi if you’re up for a good challenge.

Location: 176 Orchard Road, #01-49 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843
Opening hours: Mon- Sat 11.30AM-2.30AM |Sun 11.30AM-11PM

49 Seats Facebook

8. BK Eating House

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A supper spot list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the iconic 24H BK Eating House. Conveniently located at South Bridge Road, hungry office workers can easily get here no matter where in the CBD you’re working.

While the famous Yan Kee Noodle House and its bak chor mee have since moved across the street, you can still find all sorts of local dishes here from cai fan to mee siam ($3+) that’s served all through the night

Location: 21 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058661
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 24H (Closed on Sundays)

Late night supper spots

No matter what you may be craving, the CBD has plenty of supper spots for you to enjoy. While most dinner spots may close early, you can hopefully find some new favourites from this list that will please both you and your wallet, giving you something to look forward to during late nights in the office.

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13 supper spots to hit up over the Singapore GP weekend after midnight

With the Singapore Grand Prix coming up this weekend, it’s probably best to plan where to go after the festivities are over — if you’re anticipating hunger pangs after the races and performances, this is the list for you.

Here are some spots that’ll be open till late for the F1 weekend so you can get a proper food fix, whether if it’s delectable premium burgers or a smorgasbord of dim sum.


OverEasy Fullerton

Located at 1 Fullerton, you’ll get good food, drinks and a view. With the joint situated opposite Marina Bay Sands, it’s just a short distance away from the track-side festivities.

OverEasy Fullerton will be open til 3am on Friday (15 Sep) and Saturday (16 Sep). 


Lantern at the Fullerton Bay hotel features style, comfort, a view to die for alongside great food and drinks. Situated at 80 Collyer Quay, the rooftop bar is a must-visit spot for anyone with insatiable appetites. 

Lantern at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore closes at 2am on Friday and Saturday and at 1am on Sunday (17 Sep).

Alter Ego

Situated near Esplanade’s waterfront, it’s a sweet spot to knock back a couple of beers and chow down under the stars, with an unrivalled view of the Marina Bay. 

Alter Ego closes at 1am on Friday and Saturday and is situated at #01-13D, Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue.


Bazin boasts great pizza and burgers, open till late in the prime location of Marina Bay Sands.

Bazin is located at L1-84 of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands — closes at 2am on Friday and Saturday and at 1am on Sunday. 

Dallas Cafe & Bar


The Dallas Cafe & Bar at Marina Bay Sands boasts some of the best American cuisine in Singapore. The fact that it exists is a miracle in itself, but its late timing will allow some proper feasting after hours.

The Dallas Cafe & Bar closes at 3am on Friday and Saturday and at 2am on Sunday. It’s located at #01-85 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

The Dim Sum Place 

The Dim Sum Place boasts some of the best halal dim sum in Singapore at a very affordable price. Also, it’s called The Dim Sum Place, how wrong can you get? 

The Dim Sum Place is located at 791 North Bridge Road and closes at 5am on Friday and Saturday. Closed on Sundays. 

BK Eating House

BK Eating House has been a long-standing supper spot for clubbers and tourists alike, with cheap, delicious food and a convenient location. With BK Eating House now adopting NETs payments, hungry patrons short on notes no longer have to worry about cash flow. 

The BK Eating House is open 24 hours on every day of the week, every month of the year except Sundays. Closed on Sundays. 21 South Bridge Road. 

Swee Choon

You can’t have a list of supper spots without including in Swee Choon, can you? While Swee Choon isn’t the closest the F1 festivities, it’s worth the trip out of the city just for that sweet liu sha bao. Cheap dim sum, and late closing times, what’s not to love about this place?

Swee Choon closes at 6am through the entire weekend and is located at 191 Jalan Besar.

SPIZE @ River Valley

Spize has topped lists of supper spots for a long time, drawing many patrons after nights of clubbing. Affordable food — offering dishes from Indian, Malay and Western cuisines — large portions and a fairly accessible location in the city, this is definitely one supper spot to mark down.

Spize closes at 6am on Friday and Saturday and 5am on Sunday at 409 River Valley Road.

Ramen Keisuke Lobster King

Yet another beloved supper spot by clubbers and late-nighters, Ramen Keisuke Lobster King has solidified its spot as one of the best supper locales in Singapore with delicious bowls of ramen for under S$20.

Ramen Keisuke Lobster King is situated at 3C River Valley Road, #01-07 The Cannery and closes at 5am throughout the weekend

Señor Taco

Mexican cuisine rarely crosses anyone’s mind when they think of supper but if you’ve ever had tacos, you know they’re the way to go. Tacos, fajitas and beers are sure to quell your hunger after a night of race festivities. 

Senor Taco is situated at 3A River Valley Road and closes at 3:30am on Friday and Saturday and 1:30am on Sunday.

Hai Di Lao Hot Pot

While noticeably pricier than your regular supper spots, this one sure hits spots the rest can’t reach. Enjoy delicious meat and hot pot soups coupled with excellent service and a pair of warm fuzzy slippers.

Hai Di Lao closes at 6am throughout the weekend and is located at 3D River Valley Road, #02-04 Clarke Quay.

The Ramen Stall

The Ramen Stall boasts cheap ramen and sashimi — and, for Muslim patrons, it’s Halal. Need we say more?

The Ramen Stall is located at 787 North Bridge Road and closes at 6am throughout the weekend.

7 Spots That Are Worth Driving For

Woodlands may not rank high when it comes to being foodie heaven, or a place that people associate with fun activities for that matter. Apart from Causeway Point and being the place you have to pass through in order to cross the border to Johor Bahru, there’s really not much to do there.

But surprise, surprise. There are, in fact, a fine selection of happening supper spots that add a certain charm to the otherwise mundane precinct. In need of a place to satisfy your late-night cravings in Woodlands? Here are 7 that’ll do the trick.

Source: Al Malik SG

Late-night Indian-Muslim eateries are extremely common regardless of where you reside but perhaps what makes Al-Malik stand out is their insanely diverse selection of cuisines encompassing local staples, Northern and Southern Indian dishes, Western dishes and even Thai dishes. Their prices are reasonable and the restaurant itself can accommodate plenty of people so you’ll have to stress over finding a seat. 

Address: The Woodgrove, 30, #01-10 Woodlands Ave 1, The Woodgrove, 739065
Opening Hours: 11AM – 1.30AM (Mon to Fri), 8AM – 1.30AM (Sat & Sun)
Contact: +65 6264 8586

2. Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro –

Located in Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre

Source: Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro

Nestled amidst lush greenery over at the tranquil Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre, Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro is home to relaxing vibes, lush landscapes of the horse ranges and home-style bistro food. A great spot for brunch with friends on the weekends, or even scrumptious suppers on weeknights, you’ll definitely want to pay this hidden gem in the North a visit. 

Address: 1 Equestrian Walk, Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre, Singapore 737863
Opening Hours: 10AM – 12AM (Sun to Wed), 11AM – 12AM (Thu), 10AM – 2AM (Fri & Sat)
Contact: +65 6269 0918

Source: Hai Zhong Bao Seafood

Craving home-style stir-fried cooking? You won’t be let down over at Hai Zhong Bao Seafood. Despite being a franchisee, their cooking is top-notch so whether you’re dining alone and in the mood for a quick, fuss-free and inexpensive plate of fried rice or noodles or a proper feast, you’ll be well sorted out. We hear their crab bee hoon is really solid too.

Address: 11 Woodlands Close, #01-46, 737853
Opening Hours: 11AM – 2.30PM, 4.30PM.– 12.30AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 6339 5794

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Offering up your typical array of hawker-style Western fare, these folks differentiate themselves from the pack in that they operate way past midnight, dishing out all sorts of yummy Western grub from juicy chicken chops, burgers, pasta and the like. Nothing better than a loaded burger to tuck you into bed. 

Address: 11 Woodlands Cl, Singapore 737853
Opening Hours: 12PM – 3AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 8876 8460

5. Kuai San Dim Sum –

24/7 Dim Sum in Woodlands

Source: 130 Dim Sum

Specialising in scratch-made Cantonese dim sum delights that are both affordable and lip-smacking good, Kuai San Dim Sum is where you go to satisfy your craving for good old HK-style comfort food without burning a hole in your wallet. All their dim sum items are priced at S$1.30 and you’d be surprised at their range of options despite operating out of a coffee shop stall. 

Address: 21 Woodlands Cl, Primz Bizhub, Singapore 737854
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs

Source: Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant

Supper with a gorgeous coastal view, anyone? Look no further than to this humble Muslim-owned restaurant specialising in Muslim-Chinese cuisine. Among their repertoire of dishes, their Curry Fish Head ranks highest—so definitely make it a point to get that—followed by their various barbecued seafood delights. From hot plate tofu to cereal prawns, you’ll be spoiled for choice, so visiting in a group of three or more is recommended. 

Address: 6A Admiralty Rd W, Singapore 757445
Opening Hours: 12PM – 12AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 6366 9339

7. The Carpenter’s Bar –

Bar in Woodlands Connection Building

Source: The Carpenter’s Bar

Located in the Woodlands industrial area, this restaurant-bar offers a wide array of tipples and bar bites such as your usual deep-fried goodies to hearty mains in the form of pasta, steaks and the like. The bar offers a convivial sort of energy which is great if you’re up for a few rounds of drinks with your pals without having to dress up and make the trip to the city centre.

Address: 28 Woodlands Sector 2, Inside Woodlands Connection Building, Singapore 737686
Opening Hours: 12PM – 12AM (Mon to Fri), 3PM – 12AM (Sat), Closed on Sundays
Contact: +65 6908 2931

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Late Night Supper Spots in North West

Beauty World / Cheong Chin Nam Road 

Credit: Koon Bak Kut Teh, G7 Frog Porridge, Time for Thai, Al Ameen 

Cheong Chin Nam Road should hardly be a new name for supper, especially among Westies. This lane next to Beauty World MRT station is flanked by a long line of eateries that cater to late-night foodies.

Come here for Indian-Muslim food at the equally bustling Ameen or Al Azhar. Not to forget Time For Thai, which serves halal Thai food! 

G7 Sinma Claypot is known for their claypot frog porridge, but they also serve a range of zi char dishes till 3am daily. You can also warm your tummies at Koon Bak Kut Teh, Joo Seng Teochew Porridge and Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice.

Address: Cheong Chin Nam Rd
Opening hours: Varying opening hours until 3AM

Boon Lay / Jurong East

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There are surprisingly many supper spots at Jurong West Ave 1, near Jurong West Food Centre. Lok lok, mookata, Takagi Ramen and Thai food are just a few selections available. There’s also Ayza’s, a halal, multi-stall eatery that operates round the clock.

Further down the road is Boon Lay Place Food Village, with a number of stalls open through the night. This food centre houses Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak, which is perhaps the most famous supper spot in the west! Choose between the fish set ($2.50) or chicken set ($3). The fragrant sambal chilli is one of the stall’s main highlights along with their otah ($1 per piece), which is spicy with a prominent coconut milk flavour. 


Go Lok Lok: [email protected] Kopitiam, Blk, 494 Jurong West Street 41
Opening hours: 4.30PM- 1AM

Bangkok Street Mookata: 498 Jurong West Street 41, #01-426
Opening hours: 5PM- 2.30AM

Takagi Ramen: Jurong West Street 41, #01-74 Block 492
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

Ayza’s: 508 Jurong West Street 52
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

Boon Lay Place Food Village: 221A Boon Lay Place
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

Clementi Rd (NUS Supper Stretch)

Closer to the Clementi-Pasir Panjang area, this row of eateries is affectionately coined the “supper stretch” among NUS students. This supper stretch is bustling most days thanks to their loyal student patronage, but you can probably get away with queuing due to the sheer number of shops there! There are numerous Indian Muslim restaurants, accompanied by Fong Seng Nasi Lemak. If you’re earlier, you can also catch Nana Thai, which closes at 1AM.

Address: 16 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129745
Opening hours: Various hours till 2am 

Yew Tee / Choa Chu Kang

V6 Foodcourt

Foodfare @ Choa Chu Kang Crescent

Yew Tee’s two 24-hour coffee shops, Foodfare @ Choa Chu Kang Crescent and the recently renovated V6 Foodcourt, dish out more than decent eats. Both coffee shops are touted for having a variety of good supper stalls, including zi char, Western and halal food cuisine.


V6 Foodcourt:  678A Choa Chu Kang Cres, #01-01

Foodfare @ Choa Chu Kang Crescent: #01-01 Choa Chu Kang Cres, blk 673B
Opening hours: Open 24h daily 

429A Coffee Shop

302 Choa Chu Kang Foodhouse 

Closer to Choa Chu Kang lies 429A Coffee Shop and 302 Choa Chu Kang Foodhouse. The former is popular for their Indian food and bak chor mee, while CCK Foodhouse serves less commonly-found hawker foods like lok lok and taiwanese mee sua. The ngoh hiang and bak chor mee are the most highly raved, though most stalls are good enough to command their own following. CCK Foodhouse is packed during lunch and dinner times, so you’re in luck if you can swing by for supper instead! 


429A Coffee Shop: 429A Choa Chu Kang Ave 4
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

302 Choa Chu Kang Foodhouse: 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-719
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

Bukit Gombak / Bukit Batok / Bukit Panjang

Alif Restaurant

Habib Family Restaurant 

Apart from a few 24h coffee shops, Bukit Gombak also has a few late-night Indian Muslim eateries nestled in the residential area just across the MRT station.

Alif Restaurant is essentially a halal food court, so you can get your pick of Muslim food!

Habib Family Restaurant also has a diverse menu, their best-selling items are Malay-style stir-fries and prata; they also have a popular house special: beef or lamb claypot bak kut teh. 


Alif Restaurant: 374 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-204
Opening hours: 5AM-12AM

Habib Family Restaurant: 374 Bukit Batok Street 31
Opening hours: 6AM-1AM

Bukit Batok

Credit: Thai And Tandoor Official Facebook

Thai And Tandoor

Bukit Batok Happy Hawkers

There are a number of eateries and 24h coffee shops at Bukit Batok Central. This includes Happy Hawkers, as well as the newly-open Thai and Tandoor which serves halal Thai and Indian fares. The restaurant even offers vegan options.

Address: 32 Bukit Batok Central
Opening hours: Open 24h daily 

Bukit Panjang

Kim San Leng Food Centre 

Credit: Char-Grill Bar Official Facebook

Kim San Leng at Bukit Panjang is home to two popular late-night stalls which serves fishball noodles and Western cuisine.

Address: Blk 259 Bukit Panjang Ring Rd, #01-36
Opening hours: Open 24h daily

Siam Square Mookata

Credit: Siam Square Mookata Official Facebook

If you’re a fan of Siam Square Mookata, you’ll be happy to hear that the westside has more outlets than any other area in Singapore! They have presence at Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Clementi, Jurong East and Boon Lay, with varying closing times from 1 to 3am (the Bukit Batok outlet closes at 12AM). The ingredients are affordable, which most priced at $1.80 per plate.

Addresses and opening hours here.

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22 Supper Spots In Singapore So You’ll Never Go Hungry

Singapore’s nightlife means the partying and feasting doesn’t stop even after the sun goes down.

Partying is subjective; the old bones in us can’t do it every night. But who says we cannot eat supper every night? From Nasi Lemak to Frog Leg Porridge to Dim Sum, we will never run out of options (and reasons).

Here, we list 21 of our favourite supper spots in Singapore. Do share your favourites with us too!


126 Dim Sum has long been a Singaporean favourite for casual, unpretentious dim sum. No matter the time of the day, you can have dim sum at 126 Dim Sum for breakfast, lunch and even supper! Although service at 126 Dim Sum is nothing much to shout about, do remember that why you visited in the first place—the food. So, make sure that stuff yourself silly with some rice rolls and dumplings.

126 Sims Avenue,
Singapore 387449
Open 24 Hours
Nearest Station: Aljunied


Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant has been a perennial favourite since our adolescent days. This halal-certified eatery serves a myriad of local delicacies at economical prices and is jam-packed with customers on a daily basis. Some items that you can treat yourselves to include the Egg Thosai, Masala Chicken, Nasi Goreng and Roti Pratas.

11 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599736
Open 24 Hours
Nearest Station: Beauty World


Farther down Tanjong Katong Road is OneKM Mall, where Beauty In The Pot is at. This hotpot concept offers nourishing soup bases that are collagen-based that is not only delicious but full of benefits. After all, not all supper has to be unhealthy.

OneKM #03-38
11 Tanjong Katong Road
Singapore 436950
Daily: 11.30am – 3am
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar


Everyone knows Captain K for its multi-tiered Seafood Tower and you bet we love that too. But the humble eatery—famed for its extremely fresh seafood—offers hotpot with the prices very reasonable for the quality. As Captain K’s Middle Road outlet opens until 4am every day, it makes for the perfect supper spot in town.

112 Middle Road
#01-00 Midland House
Singapore 188970
Mon: 5.30pm – 11pm
Tues to Thurs: 11.30am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 11pm
Fri: 11am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 1am
Sat: 11.30am – 3pm, 5pm – 1am
Sun: 11.30am – 3pm, 5am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Bugis


Chicken Up boasts as one of the most popular places to get the best Korean fried chicken fix and authentic Korean dishes. Think seafood pancake, army stew and even watermelon soju! From appetisers to main dishes and sweet treats, Chicken Up certainly doesn’t disappoint.

48 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-01
Singapore 088469
Mon to Thurs: 5.30pm – 2am
Fri to Sat: 5.30pm – 3am
Sun: 5.30pm – 12am


Photo Credit: Quandoo


Perfect to spice up your nights with, Chong Qing Grilled Fish offers the best of mala and Sichuan spices combined. With signature dishes from Chong Qing, diners can expect nothing but a flaming experience for the night.

2 Maju Ave
Singapore 556680
Mon to Fri: 4pm – 2am
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 2am
Nearest Station: Lorong Chuan/Serangoon


After their closure of Song Kee Fishball Noodles, they’re back at it again, finer than ever. Their dishes are all made with the same passion as before, keeping old traditional recipes alive while putting their own spin on it. 

532 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534547
Wed to Mon: 11am – 2am
Thurs: 11am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 2am
Nearest Station: Serangoon

Photo Credit: Elsie Tu


If you’re looking for a late night supper place to settle your frog cravings, Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge is the place for you. Cooked with fresh spring onion and ginger, the porridge doesn’t smell strongly of frog, but their sauce is amazing.

7 Lor 9 Geylang
Singapore 388755
Daily: 4pm – 4am
Nearest Station: Kallang


Known for its Sichuan-style hot pot and exceptional services, Hai Di Lao has quickly established itself as one of the most popular hot pot restaurants in Singapore. They dutifully remain open till the wee hours of the morning for you to enjoy a high-class supper. They even have slippers and wheelchairs prepared for you too.

313 Orchard Road
#04-23/24 [email protected]
Singapore 238895
Daily: 10.30am – 6am
Nearest Station: Somerset


Heng Long Teochew Porridge may seem expensive compared to many other Teochew porridge stalls around, but their quality is definitely not one to joke around with. Here you can enjoy the subtle flavours of Teochew porridge into the wee hours of the morning.

1012 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534750
Daily: 10.30am – 4.30am
Nearest Station: Kovan


As its name suggests, Mr. Prata specialises in serving roti prata. From blueberry roti prata, cheese roti prata to kaya roti booms, this 24/7 eatery’s sheer number of prata will leave you spoiled for choice. Prata aside, you can also fill your growling tummies with other Middle Eastern and South Indian delights.

26 Evans Road, #01-02,
Singapore 259367
Open 24 Hours
Nearest Station: Botanic Gardens

Photo Credit: Wei Zhi Chiang


With its light broth boasting a full-bodied meat flavour melded gently with the garlic and pepperiness, it makes for the perfect comfort food to enjoy when you’re alone and hungry in the middle of the night.

7 Keppel Road
#01-05/07 PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex
Singapore 089053
(Closed on Mondays)
Tues to Sat: 7am – 3am
Sun: 7am – 1am
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar


When it comes to Nasi Lemak, it is all about the chicken wings, coconut rice, and chilli. While this may not be the healthiest plate of food, it is definitely one of the tastiest. Grab the chicken wing by the tip, and eat it together with the mixture of the fragrant coconut rice and fiery hot sambal chill.

965 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534721
(Closed on Thursdays)
Fri to Wed: 5.30pm – 3am
Nearest Station: Kovan


Red Holic is where lovers of Korean food can settle in for some of the tastiest tteokbokki around. Red Holic specialises in comforting Korean food in the likes of classic tteokbokki, ramyeon and Korean street snacks, making for your friends and yourself to retire to over drinks after a hard day’s work.

88 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088509
Daily: 11.30am – 2am
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar


When you are looking for legendary Hainanese-style curry rice in Singapore for supper there is no better place to go than Beach Road Scissor-Cut Curry Rice. Think simple rice and fried ingredients with a gooey and flavoursome curry sauce doused over top to bind everything together, it’s rustic, messy but absolutely delicious.

229 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208905
Daily: 11.30am – 3.30am
Nearest Station: Farrer Park

Photo Credit: Tammy Wee


As per namesake, their signature dish is their Black Chicken Herbal Soup, which is great for the health conscious as it’s leaner and healthier. If not, do give their pig organ mee sua is nothing short of hearty, rich and satisfying.

475-477 Changi Road
Singapore 419893
Daily: 11am – 4am
Nearest Station: Kembangan


Señor Taco is where you head to for a delectable spread of authentic Mexican dishes. From marinated Al Pastor Pork Tacos, 14-hour braised pork Carnitas, Chicken Enchiladas, homemade Guacamole & Chips to Sizzling Fajitas, the menu is authentic and truly impressive.

3A River Valley Road 01-07-A
Singapore 179020
Sun to Tues: 6pm – 1.30am
Wed to Sat: 4pm – 3.30am
Nearest Station: Clarke Quay



Spruce serves unpretentious American-Italian cuisine. The cafe is unconventionally located at a Fire Station and offers a choice of indoor and alfresco dining options, with an environment that makes you feel so calm and relaxed.

260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-01
Singapore 588213Tue to Thu: 11:30am – 12:30am
Fri: 11:30am – 1am
Sat: 9am – 1am
Sun & PH: 9am – 12:30am
Closed on Mon
Nearest MRT: Bukit Batok


A popular hangout spot among the young crowd, Sri Sun Express is a 24-hour eatery that serves up a smorgasbord of Indian supper favourites from the classic roti prata (done in possibly a hundred different ways), murtabak to even some innovative creations such as their masala tacos.

56 Serangoon Garden Way
Singapore 555952
Open 24 Hours
Nearest Station: Serangoon

Photo Credit: Jasper Ng


Name any Indian food item and Suriya Curry House probably has it. From prata to fried bee hoon to roti john, they have everything you’d ever need to settle a midnight craving. Do give their fish curry a try, it melds well with the sweeter dough signature to them.

536, 502 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534526
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Serangoon


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90,000 Thanksgiving: Best Place for Dinner

Thanksgiving is a wonderful and beloved family holiday. It’s time to forget about all the work issues and take a break. Today, fireplaces, hearty laughter and smiles sparkle in all the beautiful establishments of New York. The best restaurants in the city will help to solve the issue of organizing a holiday without long delays.

Thanksgiving is a wonderful and warm holiday when all family members gather at one table to relax and say words of gratitude and love to each other.What to do if for some reason you could not organize a family reception at home? The poster presents a list of places where the festive atmosphere will surely delight you, and the turkey will be cooked to glory.

Eleven Madison Park Restaurant

The decoration of this restaurant will not leave indifferent any of the family and friends

Chef Daniel Hamm and his loyal associates are known throughout the world for their intriguing culinary experiments.This terrific chef has reinvented new dishes for American cuisine over and over again, never forgetting to add his signature pinch of classics. Dinner at this restaurant promises to be fabulous. The menu of four main courses in many ways rethinks the favorite classics of holiday dinners, and the main highlight of the evening promises to be the signature nut pie with malt, which you will never forget!

Union Square Cafe

A great restaurant that offers an amazing kids menu on Thanksgiving.Culinary wonders for adults can also be found on the menu this evening. Thanksgiving is the perfect excuse to visit this place for the first time, if you have somehow postponed your visit for some reason. Tortelli nut butter, herbal turkey, chic pudding and incredible chestnut soup are just a few of the restaurant’s vast array of flavors. The poster reminds that this autumn the restaurant also opened on 19th Street. Do not forget about this when booking tables.

Rôtisserie Georgette

Is there a place in New York with the same experience in poultry cooking? Is there a restaurant in New York that not only cooks it deliciously, but also does it with a good speed without sacrificing quality? If Thanksgiving and turkey are synonymous for you and you don’t want to visit the central establishments of the city, then this is the place for you. The three-course menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, including chestnut soup with black truffle croutons and red and gold beetroot salad with crispy prosciutto and toasted hazelnuts.Roasted turkey is the queen of the table. Here sausages, sage and buns are served with her along with mashed potatoes. For dessert, you will definitely be offered a chocolate cake and a special offer for the festive table – French tarté taten with spicy cream-fresh.


A new restaurant created by true professionals in their field. Tom Collicio has opened more than one stunning restaurant in New York, which specializes in the so-called “new American cuisine”.The menu here allows all guests to choose their own culinary adventure. The choice is huge: protein-rich dishes, a range of delicious and elegant vegetable dishes and much more. Today, of course, the menu includes American family classics. Along with the traditional and lovely turkey (which has personally run through the meadows), there is carpaccio with pickled quail eggs and crispy onions, fried autumn vegetables in all sorts of variations, chocolate pudding and much more! If you care about the safety of your health and body, as well as adhere to the rules of a healthy diet – this restaurant will really be a discovery for you! Pumpkin Pie is a separate nomination for the culinary OSCAR.

Afisha Magazine wishes all New Yorkers a Happy Thanksgiving Day and thanks all its readers!

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The difference between dinner, lunch and dinner

Main Difference: Dinner, Lunch and Dinner are different types of food eaten at different times. “Dinner” is a main course that is taken either at noon or in the evening; “Lunch” is the food eaten in the middle of the day; while “supper” is taken in the evening as a light or informal meal.

Dishes and their types can be found anywhere; among which regular meals occur daily, usually several times a day. At the same time, special meals are held only on special occasions and at ceremonies, depending on the timing and type of meal. These types of food vary according to custom and place and are therefore served and eaten according to their time.

Often the names of these dishes are used interchangeably; as some consider lunch as their main meal; while dinner is offered in the afternoon or early evening.While others, consider their midday lunch as their main course. Thus, these dishes and types continue to change according to different customs.

Dinner is considered the main meal of the day, usually taken at noon or evening. However, the term “dinner” can have several meanings, which constantly change depending on the culture. During historical days, the term has been used to refer to the first meal of the day that was eaten at noon.Today, however, its meaning is considered to refer to evening meals, which are usually the biggest meal of the day. Thus, today it is only the type of meaning under consideration, which is becoming standard in the English-speaking world.

Lunch is a meal often eaten during the day and includes all salads and foods in the afternoon. The word lunch comes from lunch, which means a small type of food that can be eaten at any time of the day or night. Lunch is the second heavy meal after breakfast.There are several dining options and types available today in renowned restaurants around the world.

Dinner – dinner; often used interchangeably with dinner. Traditionally, dinners have been a separate type of food. In fact, the term “dinner” comes from French soup. Food is largely a light type of food, which can be a late night snack or a kind of soup. The term is widely adopted in an informal manner. Dinner is often only taken at home; they are never chosen as an option when traveling outdoors.

Therefore, the clear distinction between lunch, lunch and dinner can be classified according to their types and timing of meals. Dinner consists of heavy food, which consists of almost everything that is needed for a daily meal. While lunch is more often nutritious, it is made up of some protein and slightly lighter foods than lunch. Dinner is considered an informal meal that is easy to eat and is generally preferred over a nighttime meal that can be substituted for lunch.These dishes and their types change depending on the place and their preferences. Some countries regularly follow lunch and dinner; while some follow strict rules for lunch and dinner and therefore manage their dietary patterns and manners accordingly.

Comparison between dinner, lunch and dinner:




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  • Main course of the day eaten in the evening or at noon
  • A formal meal in honor of a person or occasion
  • A light afternoon snack between breakfast and dinner; breakfast
  • any light meal or snack
  • dinner, often the main meal of the day
  • any light meal, especially late evening

What are they?

Heavy meal of the day or main meal of the day

After breakfast or slightly lighter meal compared to dinner

The lightest meal of all, often served instead of dinner with soups and breads

Common types

Formal procedures

Formal procedures

Informal procedures


Evening or noon



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Paul Lohman (a former history teacher at the public school) and his wife Claire are going to a restaurant, where they are to meet Paul’s brother Stan and his wife Kate. Paul is naughty, he doesn’t want to go to this dinner. His wife persuades him. Paul and Kate’s sixteen-year-old son Michael intends to spend this evening with his girlfriend Anna.Before leaving, Paul surreptitiously grabs Michael’s phone.

Stan is late for dinner. He is distracted by business. Stan Lohman is a congressman, he is about to run for governor, he gets a call from the speaker of the House of Representatives from Washington, his assistant Nina constantly asks the boss to answer the phone. Sitting down at the table, Stan tells his brother that they will have a long conversation.

Dinner in the restaurant is interspersed with a series of flashbacks. Stan’s sons Rick and Bo, as well as Paul’s son Michael, walk out of the bar, where they’ve gotten a lot of beer.They need money for a taxi, drunk teenagers are looking for an ATM. Bo is black. He was adopted by Stan and his first wife Barbara, who later left her husband. Stan, in a conversation with his wife, once admitted that he really does not like Bo. And it’s not about racism. Bo’s just a nasty guy. Michael, Rick and Bo walk up to the ATM pavilion. There a homeless woman settled down for the night, from which she stinks terribly. Michael aggressively demands from her to get out. The homeless woman answers the boys rudely. Bo leaves despite being accused of cowardice by Michael and Rick.Michael starts throwing burning matches at the tramp. Then he and Rick bring waste from a nearby trash can, throw them at the homeless woman. Michael continues to throw burning matches at the homeless woman. Suddenly, the clothes on her flare up. The boys are delighted, they are filming what is happening on their phones. The fire covers the pavilion, the signals of the police sirens are heard. The boys run away. It is later revealed that Claire came for them. After a while, Bo discovered in his brother’s computer filming the burning of a homeless woman.He began to blackmail Michael and Rick, demanding to pay him two thousand dollars. Otherwise, he threatened to post the incriminating footage on the Internet.

Paul goes outside and calls Michael’s home phone. He finds out that his father grabbed his phone. He asks his girlfriend to take him to the restaurant. Looking through his son’s phone, Paul discovers all the details of the story with the burning of the tramp, as well as the fact that Claire knew everything. Michael arrives, Claire comes out to them. A stormy explanation takes place.Michael is rude to his father, hugs his mother and leaves with his girlfriend.

Flashback. Paul’s history of breakdown, which caused him to quit his job at school. Paul speaks to high school students. He asks them a question: how many good people died in world wars, and how many “assholes” were later declared innocent victims. Pupils are not interested in such problems at all. Paul accuses teenagers of being stupid. The doctor recommends Paul to travel with his brother to the battlefield near Gettysburg. Paul and Stan visit the memorial, trying to rebuild a relationship that went wrong with them as a child, when their mother paid more attention to Stan.The older brother reminds the younger that he took over custody of him after their mother was diagnosed with a mental illness (they grew up without a father). But the brothers do not succeed in reconciliation.

The waiter brings a cheese plate. Stan is once again distracted by his assistant, who asks to talk on the phone. This is a bill introduced by Stan to make mental health care more accessible. Paul is making a scandal about this bill. He never voted for his brother.However, he does not take part in the elections at all.

Flashback. When Michael was eight years old, it was revealed that Claire had cancer. She was forced to spend a long time in the hospital. Barbara and Stan tried to take Michael to their place during the crisis, but Paul rudely refused his brother and daughter-in-law. Now Claire is fine, the operation was successful, she managed to cope with the disease.

Dessert is brought, Kate refuses to eat it, Paul is rude to the waiter, Stan manages to hush up the incident. The company moves into a smoking parlor, where a conversation finally takes place on the heart of the problem.Stan says that Rick is going through this very hard. But he is an accomplice in the crime. Claire objects: this is an accident, the boy is good, the homeless woman behaved aggressively, she even threatened them. Stan announces that he will withdraw his candidacy for the gubernatorial election and convene a press conference after which Rick will bring himself to justice. He must atone for his guilt, otherwise it will burn his whole soul. Claire and Kate in every possible way dissuade Stan from such an option.

Claire calls Michael.He says that Bo changed his mind, he refuses the money and intends to hand it over to the police with Rick. Claire tells Paul that she will take over Stan as Kate does not control him. And he must go to his brother’s house and deal with Bo. At this time, a conversation takes place between Kate, Stan and Nina. Keith claims that if her husband withdraws his candidacy for governor, she will leave him. She says that Rick and Bo are her children, only she raised them, Stan constantly had no time. And Nina should not rush to fulfill Stan’s order to convene a press conference, because if he leaves politics, she will lose her job.Kate asks Stan to postpone the press conference, to wait at least ten days. He agrees to wait only three days.

Paul arrives at Stan and Kate’s house. He calls his nephew to the street, asks him to talk. When the guy goes outside, Paul grabs him by the throat and drags him into the bushes. He swings a rock over Bo’s head. Stan comes out of the house at the noise. He calls Bo, then notices Paul. Stan asks Paul to tell him what he did to his son, hits him, knocks him to the ground, kicks him, says that he no longer considers him his brother.

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