13 Supper Spots In Singapore That You Can Count On For Late Night Hunger Pangs

All supper foodies unite!

By Lifestyle Guide

April 27 2018

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If the amazing (and almost terrifying) appetite of the hobbits from the 'Lord Of The Rings' has always struck a chord with you, then don't miss out on our list of late-night 13 supper spots in Singapore that you can definitely get your cravings fixed no matter what time of the day or night it is!

Swee Choon Dim Sum

Known as one of Singapore's longest standing dim sum establishments, Swee Choon is a favourite amongst night owls who like to stay out way past their designated curfews as it operates until 6 am in the morning. Recommended dishes consists of their Char Siew Pau (BBQ Pork Buns), Shang Hai Xiao Long Bao, Har Kow (Steamed Prawn Dumplings) and many others! Note that parking is a little bit tricky to find in the area, so it's better to make use of other forms of transport instead to get there!

Opening Hours:

11.00 pm - 2.30 pm, 6.00 pm - 6.00 am (Monday to Saturday)

10.00 am - 3.00 pm, 6.00 pm - 6.00 am (Sunday & Public Holidays)

Closed on Tuesdays

Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant

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This halal-certified eating establishment will not be a chore to get to especially with the Downtown line around - located near the vicinity of Beauty World, Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant is one of the notorious supper spots that foodies can depend on no matter when the hunger pangs hit. Favourites include their Butter Chicken Masala, Butter Naan, their generous serving of Murtabak and many more.

Opening Hours:

Open 24 Hours (Monday to Sunday)

Ponggol Nasi Lemak (Tanjong Katong Outlet)

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The popular Chinese style nasi lemak chain allows its customers to be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which side dishes to include on their plate. Loyal customers have commented that 'must-have's include their fried chicken wings, fried Kuching fish, their spicy Shrimp Floss as well as their sweet sambal paste.

Opening Hours:

5.30 pm - 2.30 am (Monday to Wednesday, Friday to Sunday)

Closed on Thursdays

Ming Fa Fishball (Upper Thomson Road)

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Located at Upper Thomson Road, Ming Fa Fishball will provide that noodle supper fix. They are known for their Bak Chor Mee (Minced Meat Noodles) that's always doused in just the right amount of lard, mincemeat and braised mushrooms complemented by their well-cooked noodles and seaweed soup! Aside from their Bak Chor Mee, you can also order up other side dishes such as their Fried Fish Cake or Deep Fried Fish Skin.

Opening Hours:

9.00 am - 5.00 am (Monday to Sunday)

Heng Long Teochew Porridge

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If you are craving for some good ol' comfort food on a cold, breezy night, Heng Long Teochew Porridge might just hit the spot for you. With their signature white soft porridge, have your pick at their vast amount of side dishes that are laid out right before your eyes. Definitely a viable alternative for those who are looking for a healthy supper, as light side dishes such as steamed fish and stir-fried vegetables are available as well. 

Opening Hours:

10.00 am - 4.00 am (Monday to Sunday)

Springleaf Prata Place (1 Thong Soon Avenue)

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Prata lovers can get yourself something new as Springleaf Prata Place offers many variations of it. Described as an atypical prata/thosai joint, Springleaft Prata offers interesting choices such as the Prata Goreng, Crispy Red Bean Prata and even the Eggs Ben Prata. As Springleaf Prata Place has three outlets available, there's no need to worry if a certain outlet is just a tad bit too far for you to head to after burning the midnight oil.                 

Opening Hours:

8.00 am - 12.00 am (Monday to Sunday)

Rochor Original Beancurd (Short Street)

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If savoury supper items are just not up your alley, then have a go at Rochor Original Beancurd where they offer freshly made traditional bean curd instead of the pudding versions that have been trending for quite some time now. This is a cold dessert item that almost all can agree on when it comes to beating the occasional nighttime summer heat, and let's not forget the amazing combination that is eating soy milk with crispy fried dough fritters!

Opening Hours:

11.00 am - 1.00 am (Monday to Thursday)

11.00 am - 3.00 am (Friday)

12.00 pm - 3.00 am (Saturday)

12.00 pm - 1.00 pm (Sunday)

Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice (Jalan Besar)

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Don't be deceived but it's underwhelming appearance of the sauce-drenched dish accompanied with their deep fried meat cutlets and other braised dishes - Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice offers the Hainanese-style curry rice that will satisfy your tummy as it's dish is known to be a really hearty and yummy one. You will definitely find yourself craving for more!

Opening Hours:

11.00 am - 3.30 am (Monday to Sunday)

Señor Taco

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If you are tired of eating the classic local favourites that our F&B scene has to offer, then try out Mexican dishes from Señor Taco instead! Recommendations include the ceviche and of course, tacos, that they have to offer. Señor Taco is known to serve delicious margaritas as well that taste even better when enjoyed together with the items that they have to offer. 

Opening Hours:

5.30 pm - 2.00 am (Monday to Thursday, Sunday)

5.30 pm - 3.00 am (Friday and Saturday)

Cafeela Thohirah Restaurant (Jalan Kayu)

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If you are just up for a plate of a good prata that can't go wrong, Cafeela will be the place for you - their prata is known to be not too oily and tends to be more on the flaky side. Aside from their prata, their nasi lemak is worth a try too as well as their Nasi Briyani and Roti John available on the menu. 

Opening Hours:

12.00 pm - 12.00 am (Monday to Sunday)

Ma La Hui Cui Guan

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Add a little spice in your life by dropping by Ma La Hui Cui Guan. Not only does it offer a range of Sichuan a la carte delicacies, but they are also the first Halal-certified mala hotpot restaurant in Singapore! Indulge in their generous portions of hotpot ingredients and dishes. 

Opening Hours:

2.00 pm - 6.00 am (Monday to Sunday)

Chicken Up (Tanjong Pagar)

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If you are sick of the fast food chicken available from the nearby KFC, then have a taste of Chicken Up. Known as one of the best tasting fried chicken available in Singapore, rest assured that your food is quality as their fried chicken is freshly fried upon order. It might take a while but hey - good things come to those who wait. 

Opening Hours:

5.30 pm - 2.00 am (Monday to Thursday)

5.30 pm - 3.00 am (Friday to Saturday)

5.30 pm - 12.00 am (Sunday)

126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi (Geylang)

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What goes around, come around - we are ending off this list with yet another notorious dim sum outlet. 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi provides the authentic glimpse of what is it like to have dim sum in Hong Kong. Have a taste of their Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice, Paper Wrapped Fried Chicken and Beancurd Rolls, not forgetting the usual orders of Har Kow and Siew Mai of course!

Opening Hours: 

Open 24 Hours Daily (Monday to Sunday)