Out all hours or got a midnight craving you can't shake? No judgment. Here's where you'll find us when we need a late night bite...
We love to eat; and yes we’re up for it all hours. After a long night out drinking or partying, sometimes, the only way to make everything feel better is to treat yourself with some serious grub. Bookmark our black book of late-night joints to hit up for late night eats in Singapore. Pssst… we covered all corners of the island!
How late? Until midnight Thurs-Sat
It’s only right to have supper at this cloak-and-dagger burger place on Amoy Alley. Delicious and greasy is how a great late-night burger should be and they absolutely nailed it. The menu is simple, just different variations of a classic burger with a thick juicy beef patty. Don’t worry, we also have a vegetarian option now in the form of a mushroom burger. Ask for no mayo and you’ve got yourself a vegan burger. Now everyone’s happy.
Burger Joint; #01-03, 115 Amoy Street, Singapore 069935, p. 6221 8648; Opening Hours: Mon-Wed: 11:30am-11pm (last order 9:30pm), Thurs-Sat: 11:30am-12am (last order 11:30pm), Sun: 11:30am-8pm (last order 8pm)
How late? Until midnight Tues-Sun
Choose from a little Laundry Room Menu and a big Dining Room Menu, for interesting dishes like blood cockles with chilli, fish sauce, and crispy pork fat, charcoal baby squid, crispy pork belly and “ridiculously tender beef short ribs” (according to our Editor). Keep your mind open because these dishes might sound pretty regular on paper but the global flavours will surprise you.
alittletashi, 39 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207538, Opening Hours: Tue-Sun, 6pm-12am with last order at 11.30, Closed on Mon
Another good spot for your fried chicken cravings, Chicken Up offers free-flow fried chicken buffet at $25, and watermelon soju is a must-order.
Chicken Up, 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-01, Singapore 088469, p. Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs, 5.30pm – 2am; Fri-Sat, 5.30pm – 3am; Sun, 5.30pm – 12am.
Kko Kko Nara Korean Fried Chicken
How late? Until 3am every day except Sundays
Kko Kko Nara Korean Fried Chicken’s original, soy garlic, sweet and spicy or hot and spicy drumlets are, arguably, the best in town. Complete your late night feast with a swig of beer (or Korean soju).
Kko Kko Nara Korean Fried Chicken, 68 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088489, p. 6224 8186. Opening Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 3am, Sun, 6pm-1am
District 10 at Clarke Quay
How late? Until 4am Saturdays
So you’ve been partying at Clarke Quay, it’s well after midnight and you’re ravenous? Some wicked fish and chips, burgers, calamari, or truffle fries at District 10 will do the trick.
District 10 at Clarke Quay 3D River Valley Road, #01-11, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179023, p. 6738 4788. Opening Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Sun, 5.30pm – 2am; Wed, Fri & PH, 5.30pm – 3am; Sat & eve of PH, 5.30pm – 4am.
How late? Until 3.30am Wed-Sat
Bring on the tacos any time of night.This place has its own tortilla factory, so you can be sure that the tacos you’re sinking your teeth into are fresh, and delicious too.
Senor Taco, 3a River Valley Road #01-07/12 Read Street, Singapore 179023, p. 6337 6376. Opening Hours: Wed-Sat: 4pm – 3.30am; Sun-Mon, 6pm-1.30am
Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant
How late? Until 6am every day except Tuesdays
Dim sum is typically a tea-time after, but Swee Choon is no typical dim sum restaurant. Open only in the evenings ’til late at night, it serves Cantonese and Shanghainese small bites, with prices that won’t exceed $7.
Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant, 183-191 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208882, p. 6225 7788. Opening Hours: Mon-Sat, 11am-2.30pm, 6pm-6am; Sun, 10am-3pm, 6pm-6am, closed on Tuesdays
2am: Dessert Bar
Hankering for something sweet? Local chef Janice Wong’s 2am Dessert Bar at Lorong Liput will put you on cloud nine with her top-notch, too-pretty-to-eat desserts.
2am: Dessert Bar, 21a Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277733, p. 6291 9727. Opening Hours: Tues – Fri, 3pm – 2am; Sat – Sun, 2pm – 2am (open for brunch)
The Black Swan
Spend your night-out amidst the nostalgic glitz and glamour of The Black Swan. Inspired by the ritzy Art Deco of the Roaring ’20s, this Great Gatsby-esque bar-restaurant serves up a mean wagyu ribeye and Spanish-styled suckling pig, all the way ’til 1am.
The Black Swan, 19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704, p. 6438 3757. Opening Hours: Mon, 11.30am – 11pm; Tues – Thurs, 11.30am – 12am; Fri, 11.30am – 1am, Sat, 5pm – 12am.
En Japanese Dining Bar
Love Japanese food? Pop into this riverside dining spot to unwind after OT work over their Okinawan specialties and sake.
En Japanese Dining Bar, 207 River Valley Rd #01-60, UE Square, Singapore 238275, p. 6732 6863. Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs, 6pm – 2am; Fri, Sat & Eve of PH, 6pm – 3am; Sun, 6pm – 12am.
Be transported back to Paris of the 1930s as you step into this charming cafe. Savour authentic French cuisine in this old-school joint with a cold-cut platter of rillettes and cured ham, followed by a dozen Fines de Claire oysters paired with Champagne. As if that wasn’t enough for supper, dessert is a delish chocolate cake served with melted caramel. Mmm…
Café Gavroche, 69 Tras Street, Singapore 079008, p. 6225 4869. Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 12pm- 12am; Saturday, 10.30am – 12am; closed on Sunday
The Ramen Stall at North Bridge Road
If you are looking for late-night halal options, this is the spot. Modelled after The Ramen House at Short Street, The Ramen Stall at North Bridge Road offers traditional Japanese cuisine without using pork, lard and alcohol in its dishes. Slurp!
The Ramen Stall, 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755, p. 6655 0800. Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 5pm – 5am; Saturday, Sunday & P.H., 12pm – 5am.
Yan Kee Noodle House @ BK Eating House
Serve mee pok noodles in a bak chor mee dish and nobody bats an eye; but replace that mee pok with mee sua and everybody loses their mind! Known colloquially amongst locals who party around Circular Road as “BK mee sua”, this famous bak chor mee stall is a Godsend for those who get the munchies after hours of dancing. The vinegar-slathered mee sua is packed with generous portions of minced pork, ikan bilis and mushrooms, meatballs, and if you want extra kick, ask for more chilli.
Yan Kee Noodle House @ BK Eating House, 32 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058667. Opening hours: Mon – Sat, 24 hours.
Satay by The Bay
Want a great view and amazing food? Satay by the Bay is located within Singapore’s breathtaking Gardens by the Bay, and with the aroma of satay (barbecued marinated meat) in the air, it is almost impossible to resist. One particular stall, Marina BBQ Steamboat Buffet, offers a Halal seafood steamboat buffet. At only $29, you might want to skip dinner to make room for a heavy supper! This supper spot is open ’til midnight.
Satay by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive (Satay by the Bay) Singapore 018953. Opens daily 11.30am-1am
Grab a bite to start or end your night at the Kilo Merienda. From Ang Mo Bak Chor Mee to Camp Kilo Charcoal Club Pulled Pork Tacos to Baskets of Fries, a rotating menu means you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Kilo Lounge, 21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-02/04, Singapore 088444, p. 9824 9747, Opening Hours: Tue & Wed, 5.30pm-1am; Thu &Fri, 5.30pm-3am; Sat, 7pm-4am
Casuarina Curry Restaurant
You can’t have a supper list without roti prata, especially in Singapore! Satisfy your prata cravings with the delectable choices of Indian dishes at Casuarina curry restaurant, one of the most famous in the country. Besides the usual array of prata and thosai, their chicken briyani is also a favourite among customers.
Casuarina Curry Restaurant, 136 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579526, p. 6455 9093. Opening hours: Mon – Sun, 7am – 12am.
333 Bak Kut Teh
Bak kut teh, a peppery, herbal pork rib dish served in broth is a common dish loved by many, and this restaurant dishes out one of the best in Singapore. Did we also mention it’s open 24 hours? Perfect for rainy late nights!
333 Bak Kut Teh, 333 Balestier Rd, Singapore 329765. Opens 24h daily
Putting its Japanese spin on bar bites from all over the world, the new Neon Pigeon Bar Bites Menu is guaranteed to appeal to guests looking for satisfying nibbles to complement their drinks, or those in search of a filling late-night snack. With snacks like the tamago and unagi to crispy smoked potatoes, everyone’s going to sober up for supper!
Neon Pigeon, 1 Keong Saik Road, #01-03, Singapore 089109, p. 6222 3623, Opening Hours: Mon-Sat, 6pm – midnight
Keria Japanese Restaurant
Who knew the seedy Cuppage Plaza would be home to a couple of great Japanese eateries that open past midnight? Keria is a favourite among Japanese businessmen and also chefs in Singapore. The set meals are a steal with a rotating menu but if you do order ala carte, get adventurous with dishes like fried cabbage with mentaiko or uni capellini.
Keria, 5 Koek Road. B1-28. Cuppage Plaza, Singapore 228796, p. 6733 0654, Opening Hours: Mon, 12pm – 1am, Tue-Thu, 6pm – 1am, Fri, 6pm – 3am, Sat, 5pm – 12am, Sun, 5 – 11pm
Nagomi Japanese Restaurant
A tiny, dinner-only space that seats just 25 people, Nagomi is an omakase restaurant that has been around for many years. An intimate venue where you whisper to each other and quietly appreciate the chef’s work, diners have to leave their shoes at the door before choosing to sit at the counter or cross-legged on the tatami mat. Because it’s an omakase, there are no fixed menus and it changes according to the latest shipments of ingredients and fresh fish from Japan. Each session begins with the chef asking about your preferences and allergies before you settle in nicely with a glass of Nagomi’s selection of plum wines and sake.
Nagomi, 5 Koek Rd, #02 -22, Cuppage Plaza, Singapore 228796, p. 6732 4300, Opening Hours, Mon-Sat, 6pm – 12am
Ginza Yoshino Sushi
Still in the haven for top choice Japanese food, Ginza Yoshino Sushi also comes with a history. Ginza Yoshino Sushi in Tokyo’s Ginza district has been helmed by four generations of one family, the latest being chef Tokio Endo who mans the store in Cuppage Plaza. With fresh ingredients imported from Japan, Ginza Yoshino makes for a refreshing late night meal, a change-up from the usual greasy grub Saturday night offers.
Ginza Yoshino Sushi, 5 Koek Road #06-03 Cuppage Plaza, Singapore 228796, Opening Hours: Tue-Sun, 6pm – 12am
Maxwell Food Centre
It’s chaotic in the daytime, especially at the lunch hour but come back after hours when you’ve had a long night of partying and drinking in the city and tuck into a comforting bowl of noodles or a plate of fried char kway teow – there could be nothing better. Thank god for Maxwell and being so centrally located!
Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur Street, Singapore 069184, Opening Hours: Mon-Sat, 8am – 2am
This bustling open-air eatery is frequented by both students from nearby universities and famished folks from all corners of the isle. If you visit, order their creamy butter chicken masala with a side of naan bread to dip in, or ask for a prata plaster and watch as the sunny side-up is served while sizzling on your prata.
Al – Azhar, 11 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599736, p. 6466 5052. Opening hours: Mon – Sun, 24 hours.
If American food is what you’re after, hit up Spruce, which serves hearty late dinner Western meals such as braised short ribs, dry rubbed BBQ pork ribs and tenderloin steak frites.
Spruce, 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 588213, p. 6466 5582. Opening Hours: Mon-Wed, 5.30pm-1am; Thu-Fri, 11.30am-1am, Sat, Sun & PH, 9am-1am
Siam Square Mookata
If you’re a fan of Korean barbecue, then you’re probably also an advocate of its Thai counterpart, mookata. Siam Square Mookata is one of the more authentic options in Singapore, and is available for dining until three in the morning. What better way to bond with your friends than over grilled meats, right?
Siam Square Mookata, 221 Boon Lay Shopping Centre, Singapore 640221. Opening hours Mon-Thur 2pm-2am, Fri-Sun 2pm-3am
The Bark Café
For a laid-back supper with friends over grubs and drinks in the East, the Bark Café which stands beside the Changi Chapel Museum is one of our favourite late-night dining spots.
The Bark Café, 1000 Upp Changi Road North, Singapore 507707, p. 6545 4118. Opening Hours: Mon – Thu, 11am – 1am; Fri – Sat, 11am – 2 am; Sun, 11am – 1am.
89.7FM Supper Club
Not to be confused with the famous local radio channel, this eating spot at Changi Village is a favourite haunt of partygoers from nearby chalets to satisfy their late-night cravings. Order an assortment of grub that includes Indian, Malay, Western, zi char, and even fresh seafood!
89.7FM Supper Club, 5 Changi Village Road, #01-2035, Singapore 500005, p. 6214 1897. Opening hours: Mon – Sun, 24 hours.
Enjoy their all-you-can-eat for a mere $19.80 (on weekdays) and $21.80 (on weekends). There are 11 types of soup for you to choose from.
Tianfu Steamboat, 214 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437007, p. 6345 9272. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri, 5pm-1am; Sat & Sun, 1pm-1am
126 Wan Dou Sek Dim Sum
This Eastie hangout is famous for their dim sums, particularly their siew mai and chee cheong fun (rice noodle roll). And since there’s a karaoke bar right next to this eatery, you might want to bust out some Celine Dion tunes after you’re done satisfying the late-night munchies.
126 Wan Dou Sek Dim Sum, 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449. Opens 24h daily
East Coast Lagoon Food Village
This food centre in East Coast Park is for all you seafood lovers out there. Fried oysters, BBQ stingray, cereal prawns and many more mouthwatering dishes can be found here. With the smell of the ocean and the beautiful view of the beach, how can you say no?
East Coast Lagoon Food Village, 1220 East Coast Park, Singapore 468960. Opens 24 hours daily, (varies amongst stalls)
Scissors Paper Stove
When it comes to local food we’re always going for all things upsized or extra but at newly opened Scissors Paper Stove is taking a much more chill approach to it. Share small platters of pork belly, grilled squid, a local version of ceviche with dragonfruit and mango and more. And if you’re staying till late, remember to order the Nin Jiom cocktail which is a familiar concoction of nin jiom pei pa koa (a cult treatment for sore throats), bourbon, lemon, honey and mint.
Scissors Paper Stove, 9 Teck Chye Terrace, Singapore 545720, Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 12pm-12am
Tang Tea House
Everyone knows Jalan Kayu for prata and teh tarik but if you’re in need of something different, Tang Tea House offers dimsum, fried chicken, crispy fried noodles and giant glasses of their signature drink, the Super Cooler (young coconut with a shot of wheatgrass). There’s more but you have to properly sit down to take in the enormous menu they have.
Tang Tea House, 242 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799466, p. 6483 2298, Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 11am – 3am
Being renowned for serving only mouth-watering and crispy prata, they also have a super extended menu which includes perennial favourites of the Indian, Thai, Malaysian, Western and local cuisines. You’ll find on the menu: chicken shawarma wraps, mee goreng specials, ‘Milo Le Creme’, Nutella pratas, caramel milkshakes and Yakult fruit juices are just a few to name.
Srisun Express, 56 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555952, p. 6282 2325, Opens 24 hours
Ponggol Nasi Lemak
One of the most popular nasi lemak stalls in Singapore, Ponggol Nasi Lemak is famous for the large variety of side dishes it offers. Try out having chicken wings, vegetable curry, fried long beans, fried sotong balls and otak on top of your fragrant nasi lemak. Hot tip: There has been high praise for the chicken wings… Be prepared for the waiting time as long queues begin upon the store opening in the evening.
Ponggol Nasi Lemak, 965 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534721, p. 6281 0020, Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 5.30pm – 3am, Closed on Thursdays
Cafeela Seafood Restaurant
Looking for variety? Cafeela has them all, from Asian and Chinese to Halal, Indian and Seafood. It’s a no-frills spot but there’s air-conditioning, so you don’t have to worry about sweating buckets.
Cafeela Seafood Restaurant, 254 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799481, p. 64835477. Open daily 24 hours.
Al- Ameen Eating Corner
Located in a corner of Marsiling’s industrial area, this Halal eatery is a supper haven for the nocturnal denizens of the North. The pattaya fried rice is served with a generous proportion of rice wrapped in an omelette, and the butter chicken and naan are simply to die for.
Al – Ameen Eating Corner, 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Rd 3, #01-11, Singapore 739257. Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 24 hours
D’ Rubinah Restaurant Thai Muslim & Seafood
Aside from serving Thai-Muslim, South Indian and Western food, this restaurant is also one of the popular destinations for prata lovers. It offers an impressive selection of prata and thosai – 40 to be exact. And if you have a particularly big appetite, check out their claypot specials! Their restaurant is open 24 hours – perfect for starving night owls.
D’ Rubinah Restaurant Thai Muslim & Seafood, 592 Sembawang Road, Singapore 758451. Opens 24h daily.