5 best supper places to go in the north of Singapore


Last Updated on 2016-05-29 , 11:43 pm

Hello, Northies!

Staying in the North, you should be quite a lucky dude because of the numerous supper places that are available after operation of public transports ceases.

However, most of the supper places in the North requires a private transport because they are always a distance from your usual HDBs. So, call up a few friends that drive and get ready to head down to your mini North supper hop!

1. Chong Pang Nasi Lemak @ Sembawang

Chong Pang Nasi Lemak had its humble beginning in the former rustic Chong Pang Village Hawker Centre in the 1970s. Today, it sits on the straight road between Sembawang and Upper Thomson and serves their customer in a coffee shop that opens for business from 5pm to 7am in the morning.

They are famous for the freshly cooked dishes prepared under stringent hygiene and quality control, with the aromatic rice steamed at just the right temperature and their specially marinated chicken wings fried to perfection. Most importantly, their signature chilli sauce would add a unique taste to your entire experience with Chong Pang Nasi Lemak.

447 Sembawang Road, Sembawang Park


2. Cafeela @ JalanKayu

Are you surprised that I am not recommending JalanKayu Roti Prata but instead this hidden gem at JalanKayu that serves really awesome NasiBriyani and Roti John?

Do consider this 24 hours operated Cafeela for the fact that Thasevi Famous Jalan Kay Prata that masters in their crispy-style prate has been losing their standards for quite a while. Also, it is more conveniently located as it is just beside the big carpark, where parking in JalanKayu can be quite a hassle.

254, JalanKayu, Singapore 799481

3. Quality Hotel Marlow’s Quality Café @ Balestier

Did you know of any hotels that serve buffet all the way till past midnight? Well, this is it.


Quality Hotel Marlow serves Taiwan Porridge Supper Buffet from 10.30pm to 12.30am for people who are looking for hot and delicious staple food in the middle of the night. Their buffet has been especially famous with locals since its launch in 2005, where they are served with a range of condiments and a delectable array of chilled and hot desserts.

Trust us, it’s not what you think- that it is just the usual porridge! Usually, there would be two types of porridge and assorted condiments like salted eggs and fermented beancurd, there’re also other dishes like chilli crab, braised duck, and prawns. The best part? You get all these and more at only $12.80 on weekdays and $14.80 on weekends.

Quality Café, Quality Hotel Marlow Level One, 201 Balestier Road

4. LeBan Hong Kong café @ Upper Thomson

LeBan HK Café, also known as Happy Boss HK Café, offers Hong Kong café style dishes, as well as a variety of beverages and desserts. It is the perfect choice for supper when you are craving for Hong Kong style dishes like salted egg fries ($5.90 but really good) and condensed milk buns ($4).

You would be able to spot it along the long stretch of Upper Thomson Road because of its conspicuous signboard, which also boasts their late opening hours until 2am!

Although the menu is quite limited, I must admit that the food is pretty awesome and interesting, especially the salted egg fries. Well, this shows that Upper Thomson is not just about Ba ChorMee or Icecream or Prata now.

2 JalanLeban, Upper Thomson, Singapore 577547

5. Ke Kou Mian @ Bukit Panjang

On a tight budget? Then forget about visit other supper places but you can still visit this one.

Priced at $2.50 (original) and $3 (seafood and spicy), Ke Kou Mian (Koka Noodles) is super duper affordable and it is also super duper delicious. Not the usual bowl of Maggie Mee, but they are cooked with their super rich and flavourful pork/seafood flavoured soup.

This place that opens from about 2-4am to 2pm (closed on Thursdays) is definitely a rare gem and prepared to wait up to 30 minutes for your hot piping bowl of Ke Kou Mian. The wait is definitely worth it though!


Blk 163 Gangsa Rd, 670163 (Near Bukit Panjang LRT Station)

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