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18 Oct 2019

Calling All Night Owls: 10 Places in Singapore to Satisfy Those Supper Cravings

Calling All Night Owls: 10 Places in Singapore to Satisfy Those Supper Cravings

Tackling late night supper cravings? Most restaurants in Singapore cease operations at 10pm and if you manage to stumble across a place that opens till 11pm, you may consider yourself lucky. More often than not, you might end up making do with whatever restaurants still available on food delivery apps or settle for instant noodles for the night.

Great news: you have no reason to go to bed with a sad stomach anymore. Here’s a list of amazing supper spots which are open till wee hours of the morning for the night owls, students during hell week and graveyard shift workers. We see you and we got your back!

1. Spruce (Fire Station)

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If we speak about unique restaurant locations, Spruce will definitely be on the list. Tucked in the former parking lot of fire trucks at Bukit Timah Fire Station, Spruce has been diligently serving quality and wholesome Italian and American comfort classics up till supper hours. With lush greenery surrounding the quaint yet chic restaurant, both your tastebuds and sights will be in for a feast.

For starters, the fried calamari and Polpette al Pomodoro (Classic Italian Meatballs in Tomato Sauce) make for a great combination to increase your appetite. Calamaris used are fresh, crispy and well-seasoned. Dry meatballs are a great bummer but you will be pleased to know that this does not apply at Spruce!

They have a huge variety of mains ranging from fish, burgers to pasta. The Pan-Seared Sea Bass Fillet is a good option for those who are watching what they eat. The fillet is hidden under a bunch of crunchy vegetables, making it a dish which is excellent in texture. The Spruce burger comes in a pretty presentation with a sunny side up egg upon request. Tip: Ask for the patty to be cooked the way you like having your meat!

The pasta at Spruce is all made fresh from scratch daily in the kitchen. Casarecce Norcina is a dish consisting of spinach homemade green pasta and cooked with tomato sauce, asparagus and ricotta cheese. Definitely worth the try!

Address: 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 588190

Opening Hours:
Monday: 6pm-12.30am
Tuesday-Friday: 11.30am-12.30am
Saturday: 9am-12.30am
Sunday & Public Holiday: 9am-12.30am

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2. Señor Taco

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As its name suggests, Señor Taco is a Mexican restaurant that serves a wide array of Mexican favourites. You name it, they will have it. Situated at Clarke Quay, the dining areas offers a breathtaking vantage of the river and nightlife in Singapore. Choose between dining al fresco or indoors with aircon and either way, you will still have an amazing dining experience what with the relaxing and casual ambience that will make you forget your day’s worth of stress.

Nachos are served complimentary and most importantly, free-flow! They come with fours dips namely jalapenos, chipotle, guacamole and habanero - even the pickiest eaters will be able to settle with a sauce they cannot help but love. A recommendation would be to pair their Guacamole & Chips with a tall glass of refreshing Margarita and Pork Burrito. 

The Torta Steak Sandwich is generously filled with cheese, avocado, tomatoes, beans and mayonnaise - making it a hearty supper for all you hungry souls. The Chicken Fajita Tacos are milder than the usual Mexican cuisines so do not be afraid to have some salsa sauce along with every bite!

Address: 3A River Valley Road, #01-07, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 6pm-1am

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3. Chicken Up (Tanjong Pagar) 

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Located along the streets of Tanjong Pagar’s little Koreatown (yes, eateries, convenience stores and shops with Hangul characters on the signboards!) is Chicken Up, home to the easily most tasty and authentic Korean fried chicken. This restaurant may not be the biggest in size but their food sure comes in generously big portions. They gained a lot of love for their crispy yet flavourful chicken and if you are wondering how they can achieve such unbelievable texture, its because they double fry to seal in the flavours!

Chicken lovers rejoice because there are so many versions of chicken dishes here that you will be lost when deciding on your order. The fried chicken menu includes Crispy Up (original flavour), Spicy Up (original with a tinge of spice), Yangnyum Up (mild spiciness), Spicy Yangnyum Up (spicy), and the highly raved Ganjang Up (soya); so be sure to have that in your order list. Have the Kimchi Fries - loaded with kimchi and tons of cheese - as a side and end your meal with Bingsu.

Check out their full menu here and you will understand why we said they will bring out the indecisiveness in you when ordering!

Address: 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-01, Singapore 088469

Opening Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 5.30pm-2am
Friday-Saturday: 5.30pm-3am
Sunday: 5.30pm-12am

Save up to 30% at Chicken Up (Tanjong Pagar) with ChopeDeals here!



4. Tim Ho Wan @ Lavender Aperia Mall

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Dubbed the World’s Most Cheapest Michelin Star Restaurant, Tim Ho Wan never fails us, be it in terms of food, service or quality. There are times when the craving for dim sum hits for no reason at all, even worse when it hits you at the oddest hours of the day. When that time comes, Tim Ho Wan at Lavender Aperia Mall is to the rescue.

Usual customer favourites include the basic yet classic Egg Fried Rice, deep-flavoured Hong Kong Braised Beef Soup Noodle, thin yet juicy Shrimp Vermicelli Roll, hearty Pork Dumplings, sticky and flavoursome Glutinous Rice, the legendary BBQ Pork Buns and the  Deep Fried Milk Custard which will leave all dessert enthusiasts pleased and smiling. Dim sums bring back good memories and make for a great way to end the day!

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

Opening Hours:

Sunday-Thursday & Public Holiday: 9am-11pm
Friday-Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday: 9am-3am

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5. Hooters

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Hooters is far from being family-friendly but you cannot deny that they have one of the best service and hospitality from the moment you step into the restaurant till you step foot outside. Apart from the impeccable service, they are also known for their wings! It seems like they are never planning to stop doing great things with their food and the constant great reviews is living proof to that.

Hooters serves up deliciously sinful wings that taste even better when shared with a crowd. The wings come in pieces of ten or twenty with a ton of sauce selections to choose from. After, you get to choose 3 different dressings to dip your chicken in. 

Gloriously thick-coated wings and dips? Sounds too good to be true. If you prefer spice in your food, do opt for the hot sauce and mild sauce for the perfect balance between spicy and tangy.  The Buffalo Platter - wings, shrimps, boneless wings and drumsticks - is an even greater choice if you were to come in on a Friday night or weekends with an even larger group of friends.

Address: 3D River Valley Road, Singapore 179023

Opening Hours:

Monday-Sunday: 12pm-1am

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6. Swee Choon Tim Sum

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If you are a supper addict, then you would probably already be familiar with this restaurant. It’s not every day that an eatery opens till 6am and Swee Choon Tim Sum is godsent for that. Their food remains affordable and simple; perfect for a non-pretentious meal. Their menu is also constantly expanding which is probably another reason why patrons keep streaming in no matter the time of the day.

To start off, have the Mee-Suah Kueh (deep-fried vermicelli cake aka Swee Choon’s very own signature dish), Big Pau (both big in size and filled to the brim with minced pork, chicken, egg and half a shitake mushroom), Shanghai Xiao Long Bao with a good amount of broth. Don’t forget their Spicy and Sour Soup, Shrimp Hor Fun in Creamy Egg Sauce and the Lor Mai Kai which is more enjoyable with some chilli sauce on the side!

Address: 183-191 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208882

Opening Hours:
Monday: 11am-2.30pm, 6pm-6am
Wednesday-Saturday: 11am-2.30pm, 6pm-6am
Sunday & Public Holiday: 10am-3pm, 6pm-6am
Closed on Tuesdays

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7. Kko Kko Na Ra 

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Simply meaning the land of chicken, Kko Kko Na Ra was amongst the first few KFC (Korean fried chicken) places to make a name for itself in sunny Singapore. Owner Ms Eon Lee, is a self-taught chef who had spent 6 months perfecting her fried chicken recipes prior to their launch in 2008. 

11 years later, this KFC eatery has gained itself a loyal following. Reviews have said that the quality of food here is always at a constant so that is one less thing you have to worry about. The best part is you can have your favourite chimaek (chicken and maekju) combo all the way till 3am!

Their fried chickens are coated in four distinct flavours; original, soy garlic sauce, sweet and spicy, and hot and spicy. Kko Kko Na Ra serves 6 side dishes namely daikon pickle, kimchi, potato, black lotus root, and beansprout to go with your mains. Fried chicken is honestly the most versatile food and almost no one can say no to them. 

P.S. If you can stomach your spice really well, do give their Hell Pork Cutlet challenge a try. Clean the dish in 20 minutes and be rewarded with plentiful of fiery rewards, including free meals and cash vouchers! Check out the challenge here.

Address: 68 Tanjong Pagar Road, S088489

Opening Hours:

Monday-Saturday: 12pm-3pm, 6pm-3am

Sunday: 6pm-1am

View Kko Kko Nara’s full extensive menu here!

8. Char Grill Bar

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Good, cheap western food. What more can be said about Char-Grill Bar? Char Grill Bar is known for encompassing different types of meat like chicken, beef, lamb and fish in their menu and serves alcoholic beverages like Long Island Ice Tea. The restaurant is open till 2.30am daily at some locations including Lorong Liput and Bukit Batok which also makes it a great spot to dine in at and watch ongoing live sports matches.

Kick-off your Western meal with a warm bowl of Cream of Mushroom. The Grill Fish Italian Herbs comes with a big piece of tender dory fish fillet and two sides to pick from: raisin rice, fries, salad, baked potato, pasta to complete your dish. The Single Rock Burger consists of homemade beef patty sandwiched between buns and topped with their special in-house sauce; comes with a side of coleslaw and baked potato. The Signature Baked Rice has also proved itself to be the few customer favourites here. Fried rice, chicken cutlet, broccoli and a handful of cheese can never go wrong.

Address: Check out the full list of locations here.

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11.30am-2.30am

Hop onto Char Grill Bar’s website here for more information!


9. The Ramen Stall


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The brains behind The Ramen Stall at North Bridge Road are also the owners to The Ramen House, located at Short Street. They open till 5am and is Halal-certified, they can get a seal of approval for just that already

The dishes served here are generally tweaked to adapt to the local palate better which might be in favour of those who are not able to stomach foreign dishes well. The Volcano Ramen is served with kelp, corn, minced chicken meat, and Ajitsuke Tamago, otherwise more commonly known as braised ramen egg. There are 3 levels of spiciness to choose from and unless you are the king of spices, level 3 is not recommended. 

The Chicken Cha-Shu Ramen shares the same chicken-based broth as the Volcano Ramen just that it comes with flavourful, moist and very tender chicken cuts. The Dry Ramen, spicy or non-spicy versions available, is described as a cross between the Japanese Ramen, Indonesian Bakmi and local Bak Chor Mee. Enjoy great texture with the crunch of cucumber strips, juicy Shoyu chicken, and springy noodles in just one dish.

Address: 787 North Bridge Road, N Bridge Rd, 198755

Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday: 5pm-5am
Saturday-Sunday: 12pm-5am

Read on more about The Ramen Stall here!

10. Srisun Express

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Srisun Express has been serving Singaporeans delectable flavours from South India since 2004 and has expanded islandwide. They are reputable for their crispy on the outside yet fluffy on the inside Prata and have slowly added over 50 Prata flavours such as cheese, chocolate, kaya, milo and more. Quality Indian food at affordable prices, that is what Srisun Express is for you. Today, they have gone beyond authentic South Indian cuisine and have ventured into local, Malaysian and Thai seafood dishes.

The Prata Bom with Cheese is the epitome of a perfect dish for all cheese fanatics. This dish combined with condensed milk is reminiscent of the Thai toasts you can find on the streets of Bangkok and makes for a savoury Prata. If you want to try something different but not too crazy, settling on Coin Prata is the way to go. These are basically miniature roti prata but with a ton more crisp and crunch. The Garlic Naan by itself is fragrant enough but when dipped in Butter Chicken, it will taste like heaven on your tongue.

End off your order by getting the Srisun Express exclusive tower drink that holds up to three litres of iced beverages like Milo, Nescafe, Bandung, Teh-C and more! Fun fact: These towers are equivalent to ten to twelve regular-sized mugs! 

Address: 56 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555952

Opening Hours:
Open 24 hours daily

Find out more about Srisun Express here!


Late-night hunger pang alleviated?

We’re glad to be of help! Alternatively, if you’re determined to fight those pangs until the morning, check out these 10 spots to get your brunch cravings sorted!
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