8 Places To Have Your Supper After Midnight In Singapore

Singapore may be a country full of self-proclaimed foodies and yes, we do have plenty of yummy food haunts scattered all around the nation but most of these places are only open during the day and are closed come nighttime.

How are Singaporean foodies, some of whom also happen to be nocturnal, expected to survive and not binge on cup noodles and McDonald’s?

Don’t worry. We’ve got your back! Here are some amazing supper places that are usually kept open past midnight and that will satisfy your supper cravings.


1. Thohirah Restaurant

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Prata places are aplenty in Singapore but 24-hour prata places are few and far between. Singaporeans who live on the west side of Singapore have nothing to fear if they are suddenly craving for delicious, mouthwatering prata in the middle of the night.

Previously called Alif Restaurant, Thohirah is situated a stone’s throw away from the Bukit Gombak MRT station, right next to McDonald’s. Although seats may be limited here, the prata place actually spans across a few shop spaces so you can still sit outside another restaurant and yet, still order their famous cheese prata.

People who aren’t a fan of prata need not worry as well since this place has an extensive menu that isn’t all prata-related. The Malay-style Maggi goreng is fantastic too and the portion is huge.

Top up your meal with a cup of teh peng and you will be so full at the end of your meal, you might find it difficult to move about.

Where: #01-204, Block 374, Bukit Batok Street 31, Singapore 650374
Opening hours: 24 hours


2. Rochor Original Beancurd

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Mention Rochor tauhuey and the image of this humble one-unit shop in the Dhoby Ghaut/Bugis area would come to the minds of many Singaporeans.

It is arguably the most famous tauhuey shop in Singapore and also one of the best. Seats are limited here so it is best that you arrive early, otherwise you might have to sit on the roadside next to the trashcans.

Parking is difficult to find as well so you might have to park your cars elsewhere and walk over to Rochor Original Beancurd. Make sure to order their tauhuey, egg tarts, butterfly buns even though they might not be the healthiest options but to heck with that! Your tastebuds and stomaches are more important.

Where: 2 Short Street, Singapore 188211
Opening hours: 11am to 1am (Mon-Thur) / 11am to 3am (Fri) / 12pm to 3am (Sat) / 12pm to 1am (Sun)

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3. Fei Fei Wanton Mee

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People living in the east would be very familiar with Fei Fei Wanton Mee. Not only is it open 24 hours, it also tastes amazing. I mean, the noodles are super springy and they are exceptionally generous with the wanton fillings too.

Plus, who can resist the black sauce that they drizzle over your wanton mee before it is served to you? Oh God, am I hungry right now or what?

Where: 72 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427789
Opening hours: 24 hours


4. 126 Wan Doe Sek

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If you simply must have dim sum for supper and will not settle for anything else, Wan Doe Sek, or 126 as it is affectionately known by regulars, is the key to your craving.

We are not saying that Swee Choon isn’t any good, it is just that it is always packed and I would prefer not being disappointed when I’ve barely managed to drive my way down to the restaurant and find parking.

The chee cheong fun here is a definite must-order, so are the various porridge dishes that they have on their menu.

Where: 126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449
Opening hours: 24 hours


5. Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant

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Suppers in Singapore aren’t all about pratas and dim sum, there are also Thai restaurants open until the wee hours of the night too – take Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant in Golden Mile Complex for example.

Golden Mile Complex is said to be Little Thailand to some people and needless to say, there are tons of Thai restaurants here that taste fantastic and will make you crave for more.

You have to make special note to order their Phad Thai and green curry. The latter drizzled over white rice is perhaps, the epitome of perfection. That sweet fragrance of coconut milk contrasting with the spiciness of the curry is simply amazing.

Where: #01-67, 5001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588
Opening hours: 24 hours


6. Sin Hoi Sai Seafood Restaurant

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Sin Hoi Sai has been around for years and unlike, many other restaurants that seem to be dipping in terms of quality, the food at Sin Hoi Sai still remains top-notch.

Good quality food naturally means high prices and because of that, it may not be everybody’s supper place of choice but with food as good as theirs, it is justifiable.

Their clams, sambal kang kong and seafood noodles are highly raved online so why not give it a try?

Where: Block 55, Tiong Bahru Road, #01-59, 160055
Opening Hours: 5 pm to 5 am daily


7. The Ramen Stall

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Japanese restaurants that open till late aren’t particularly common so can you imagine how thankful we are to have found The Ramen Stall? Consider your late-night ramen cravings satisfied.

Although the ramen here isn’t exceptional, it is still acceptable. However, the BBQ chicken sticks and the salmon fried rice are much better than their ramen (ironic, considering their name) and one cannot simply leave the restaurant without ordering these two dishes.

If you are still up for it, you can go for tauhuey at Rochor Original Beancurd just a few units down the road after you’ve enjoyed a good meal at The Ramen Stall.

Where: 6 Short Street, Singapore 188213
Opening hours: 5 pm to 6 am (Mon to Fri) / 12 pm to 6 am (Sat) / 12pm to 12am (Sun)


8. O.Bba Jjajang

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Not in the mood for prata, Japanese or dim sum fare for supper? Do it like the Koreans do! This restaurant opens throughout the night and only closes its doors at 7 am the next day, so feel free to indulge in some authentic Korean Jjajangmyeon which is sweet, unlike the salty Chinese Zha Jiang Mian we’re used to.

They have other fares like Tangsuyuk, Korean’s version of sweet and sour pork where the sauce is poured over the fried meat instead of stir-frying the sauce in.

Where: 77 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088484
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 7 am (Mon-Sat), 11.30am to 2 am (Sun)


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