Supper spots in Singapore: the best places for late night cravings

2596 words13 min read

It’s slightly past midnight and you’re at home scrolling through your phone. Your phone receives a notification — a message from your friend that instantly fills your heart with delight:

“Eh, want supper?”

You leap out of your bed in excitement, getting ready to head out for a satisfying late-night meal. As you type out your reply to your friend, your mind goes blank when you try to think of a place to go.

Sounds familiar? Well, we’re here to save you from the headache of looking for a good supper spot — bookmark this page for a list of places to go when your tummy rumbles in the wee hours of the night! 😉

Local food: for those craving a taste of home

01 • The Roti Prata House

(Photo: The Smart Local)

One of the most ‘legit’ prata places in Singapore, The Roti Prata House boasts a large selection of pratas — from the classics such as Plain Prata and Egg Prata, to more adventurous options like Durian Prata and Ice Cream Prata.

(Photo: Uncover Asia)

Indulge in their crispy pratas paired with decadent curry and authentic Indian fare — you’ll definitely be ready to knock out after treating yourself to a sumptuous supper. 🤤


📍
Address: 246 M, Upper Thomson Rd, 574370
Opening hours: Sun to Thur, 7am – 2am | Fri to Sat, 7am – 4am
🚙 Nearest parking: Parallel parking along the shop

02 • Ponggol Nasi Lemak

You’ll never go wrong with a good ol’ plate of Nasi Lemak! Ponggol Nasi Lemak is a great spot if you’re craving a wholesome meal. The popular stall is always lined with long queues, but the lines usually die down after 9pm — great for late-night supper runs. 🌚

(Photo: Pinky Piggu)

Fragrant, fluffy coconut-infused rice next to chicken wings fried to perfection, topped with a sunny side up egg = best way to end a long day of work. There are plenty of other side dishes you can order too, such as fish fillet, otah, curry vegetable and sambal shrimps.

📍 Address: 965 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534721 (View more outlets here)
⏰ Opening hours: 4.30pm – 12am (Closed on Thursdays)
🚙 Nearest parking: Stars of Kovan

03 • Ming Fa Fishball

(Photo: Ming Fa)

With the rainy weather nowadays, a bowl of piping hot fishball soup would really hit the spot! Ming Fa is famed for having the best fishballs and mince meat noodles in town, and it’s open till 4.30am for all the nocturnal people out there.

(Photo: Uncover Asia)

Whether you’re having the bak chor mee (springy noodles tossed in vinegar and chili sauce complemented by Fu Zhou fishballs with a flavorful and juicy pork centre) or the fishball soup (light, fresh and slightly sweet broth with bouncy and supple fishballs), you can be sure to end the night feeling fulfilled by this comforting meal. 😌


📍
Address: 246B Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370 (View full list of outlets here)
Opening hours: 9.30am – 4.30am daily
🚙 Nearest parking: Parallel parking along the shop

04 • 89.7 Supper Club

89.7 Supper Club is a hub that offers an extensive all-halal menu with a range of cuisines, from local Chinese and Indian-Muslim specialties to Western fare. 🙌

(Photo: @cptslowyeo)

Amidst exciting dishes like Bangers & Mash and Fish Head Curry, one of the most underrated dishes that have been raved about is none other than their Chicken Rice. If you’re on a quest to find the best chicken rice in Singapore, you should definitely check it out!

📍 Address: #01-2035, 5 Changi Village Road
Opening hours: Open 24 hours
🚙 Nearest parking: Changi Village

Asian cuisine: for a serving of comfort to wrap up the night

01 • Chicken Up

(Photo: Girl’s Style)

A cozy spot ideal for chill drinking sessions, Chicken Up is an established Korean Fried Chicken restaurant that serves scrumptious chicken and a plethora of Korean favourites. If you’re looking for a space to hang out after a long day of work, this is the place!

(Photo: Girl’s Style)

Order up a feast with tantalizing, addictive chicken wings covered in their signature sauces and a majestic UFO filled with spicy stew, deep fried snacks and lots of cheesy goodness. Top it all off with some of their iconic specialty drinks for an awesome Friday night! 🍗

📍 Address: 277C Compassvale Link #01-13 (Unit No.2A), Singapore 543277 (View more outlets here)
Opening hours: Sun to Thurs, 11am – 11pm | Fri to Sat, 11am – 2am
🚙 Nearest parking: 227 Compassvale Link Multi Story Carpark

02 • Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant

(Photo: Vulcan Post)

Looking for a late night dim sum fix? As evidenced by the snaking long queues at their Jalan Besar outlet, Swee Choon has been a beloved favourite of night owls, club-goers and dim sum fans alike — and it’s easy to see why.

Their extensive menu will definitely have something for everyone, with classics like Char Siew buns and Har Kow to popular innovative dishes like their Swee Choon Mee Suah Kueh (carrot cake topped with mee sua and deep fried). Be ready to go into a food coma once you’ve devoured every dish! 😜

📍 Address: 183/185/187/189, Jln Besar, 191/193, 208882
Opening hours: Sun to Thurs, 6pm – 2am | Fri to Sat, 6pm – 3am
🌐 Website: https://www.sweechoon.com/
🚙 Nearest parking: Mustafa Centre, Syed Alwi Road

03 • The Ramen Stall

Japanese cuisine after midnight may seem like a dream too good to be true — but your dream can now be a reality thanks to The Ramen Stall!

Get spoiled for choice with the abundance of halal Japanese fare available here, from ramen dishes to sushi rolls and seafood rice bowls. Their prices are on the affordable side too, so you can get that guilt-free indulgence without breaking the bank. 🍜

📍 Address: 787 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198755
Opening hours: Sun to Thurs, 11am – 11pm | Fri to Sat, 11am – 2am
🌐 Website: https://www.theramenstall.sg/
🚙 Nearest parking: 13 North Bridge Road Multi Story Carpark

Western & cafe fare: for those who want to upgrade their supper experience

01 • Good Bites 

(Photo: Middleclass)

This newly opened cafe boasts a colorful outdoor seating area as well as a beautifully decorated air-conditioned interior, so you can get your fill of aesthetic photos for the ‘gram, all while enjoying their equally Instagrammable food.

(Photo: Middleclass)

Open till 5am daily, enjoy western/fusion delights like Tom Yum Seafood Pasta and Baked Salmon — dishes that are usually only available at cafes that close way before your bedtime. They also have plenty of desserts to choose from to end your day on a sweet note! 🍝

📍 Address: 5 Bishan Street 14, #03-01, Singapore 579783
Opening hours: 11am – 5am daily
🌐 Website: https://www.goodbites.com.sg/
🚙 Nearest parking: Bishan Stadium

02 • 25 Degrees

(Photo: Darren Bloggie)

Looking for an upgrade from McDonalds? Check out the LA-originated restaurant and bar, 25 Degrees, for a hearty treat. Despite the fact that their last order is at 10.30pm — which is significantly earlier than the other locations on this list — we would still recommend this place for people looking to grab a late meal as their burgers look simply irresistible.

(Photo: 25 Degrees)

Their menu consists of a variety of American dishes, with the highlight being their gourmet burgers. Sink your teeth into their juicy, sinful burgers and wash it down with some of their signature milkshakes — this meal will turn any bad day around! 🍔

(P.S: Even if you’re not a sucker for burgers, they have plenty of other choices — there’s even an all-day breakfast menu for those who love to break the rules.)

📍 Address: 200 Middle Rd, Hotel G, Singapore 188980
Opening hours: Tues to Sun, 11am – 11pm (Closed on Mondays)
🚙 Nearest parking: Hotel G

03 • Citrus by the Pool

Opened by the same people behind Good Bites (see above), this trendy cafe is located in the north side of Singapore and gives off major retro vibes due to the neon sign decor. Aptly named Citrus by the Pool, you can find this cafe nestled within Woodlands Swimming Complex — and it’s open all the way till 6am! 😱

(Photo: @cptslowyeo)

The food served here includes both Asian and Western cuisine, and there’s also a wide range of yummy desserts to satisfy those with a sweet tooth (think molten lava cakes and croffles). If you’re heading down for supper, do give their Thai food a try — we’ve read tons of great reviews about them!

📍 Address: 3 Woodlands Street 13 Woodlands Swimming Complex, Singapore 738600
Opening hours: 11.30am – 6am daily
🚙 Nearest parking: Marsiling Mall Multi Story Carpark

04 • Settlers Cafe

(Photo: Settlers Cafe)

Tired of date nights restrained by short cafe opening hours? Settlers Cafe promises a fun-filled and wholesome night where you can hang out and play to your heart’s content!

Opt for a gaming package starting from $20 for 2 hours (depending on what food you’re planning to have) and you’re free to pick from their wide selection of board games. They even provide art jamming sessions for those who are feeling creative, or private rooms equipped with gaming consoles! 🎲

(Photo: Settlers Cafe)

Whether you’re craving a full meal, looking to indulge in some sweet treats or just want to crack open some alcoholic drinks with some small bites, their menu has it all. With so many food options and activities available, Settlers Cafe is definitely one of our go-to places to visit when there’s nothing to do in the middle of the night.

📍 Address: 39A N Canal Rd, Singapore 059295
Opening hours: Open 24 hours
🌐 Website: https://www.settlers.sg/
🚙 Nearest parking: Swissotel Merchant Court

05 • Supper Deck 

(Photo: Seth Lui)

Perfect for those looking for a new supper place to try out with friends, Supper Deck serves up an array of both local and international dishes fit for a king — with super affordable prices to boot.

(Photo: Seth Lui)

Notable dishes include their signature Nasi Goreng Paprik: fried rice flavoured with sauteed chilli paste and paired with a protein of your choice (chicken, seafood or ribeye) and their Seafood Aglio Olio. If you’ve been meaning to catch up with some friends, this humble little shop is a great place to lepak (hang out) over some good food. 😋

📍 Address: 288 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469444
Opening hours: 5pm – 2am daily
🚙 Nearest parking: Simpang Bedok

Desserts: for a late-night sweet fix

01 • Lola Faye Cafe

(Photo: Burpple)

Lola Faye Cafe is a tropical-themed cafe with a wide variety of desserts to satisfy your midnight cravings. They also use 100% Halal ingredients, and prices range from $6-11 — which isn’t too much of a strain on the wallet.

The main highlights (and most raved items) are the Gelato Croissants, Buttermilk Belgium Waffles, and Fudgy Brownies with Gelato. For their gelato, choose from a range of flavours such as Sea of Cookies, Biscoff Butter, Rich Hazelnut Rochor and Dark Fantasy.

If you need something savoury to cut through all that sugary goodness, they also serve a selection of wraps and sandwiches!

📍 Address: 35 Hamilton Rd, Singapore 209204
Opening hours: 2pm – 2am (Closed on Mondays)
🚙 Nearest parking: Jalan Besar Stadium

02 • Hay Gelato 

In the heart of the East, pop by Hay Gelato to try out the unique gelato flavours they have to offer. With an aesthetically pleasing interior, you can take a nice Instagram shot of your dessert at almost every corner of the store.

The shop is named after one of their signature gelato flavours, Smoked Hay, which is made by smoking real hay (plants or dried grass) that is infused into the gelato. Other unique flavours include Balsamic Strawberry, Meyer Lemon, Yuzu Ginger and Banana Burnt Butter. Pair a scoop (or two) with their waffles for the perfect late-night sweet treat!


📍
Address: 136 Bedok North Ave 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136
Opening hours: 1pm – 2am (Closed on Mondays)
🚙 Nearest parking: 133 – 137 Bedok North Avenue 3 Surface Carpark

03 • Tian Wang 

(Photo: EatBook)

Mahjong kakis, here’s a place you can visit for a satisfying dessert to treat yourself after a long night of washing tiles! This vibrant cafe transports you into the world of Mahjong with a grand feature wall showcasing all the different tiles from the game.

(Photo: Miss Tam Chiak)

Tian Wang’s menu consists of their take on Chinese desserts, with both hot and cold desserts. Durian lovers should definitely try out their Mao Shan Wang Durian Mousse, which is an indulgent, creamy dessert that comes with a scoop of rich durian pulp. If you have friends from out of town, you can also convince them to try durian for the first time in a less intimidating presentation.

Head down for a refreshing bowl of dessert and you’ll see yourself coming back for more — even with their super generous portions.

📍 Address: 145 Jln Besar, Singapore 208863
Opening hours: 5pm – 3am daily
🚙 Nearest parking: 31 Kelantan Lane Multi Story Carpark

04 • Ah Chew Dessert

(Photo: Uncover Asia)

Need to end your day with something sweet? Ah Chew Desserts open till the late hours of the night, and you’ll be able to satisfy your sweet tooth with the traditional desserts they offer.

(Photo: Bibz Eats)

The go-to spot for when the Chinese dessert cravings hit, there are over 50 types of desserts to choose from! With classics such as the Black Sesame Paste, Yam Paste with Gingko Nut, Mango Sago and Rock Sugar White Fungus Papaya with Almond Paste, there’s definitely something to satisfy your cravings late at night.

📍 Address: 1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11, Singapore 189032 (View more outlets here)
Opening hours: Mon, Wed & Thurs, 12.30pm – 12am | Fri, 12.30pm – 1am | Sat, 1.30pm – 1am | Sun, 1.30pm – 12am (Closed on Tuesdays)
🌐 Website: https://www.ahchewdesserts.com/
🚙 Nearest parking: Parallel parking along Liang Seah St

Ready to dig in? Download GetGo now to book a car from $3/hour* and use code G50SUP to get 50% off** (capped at $8) your first drive.

*Off peak time charge: 11.59pm – 8.59am on weekdays, 11.59pm – 5.59am on weekend. Mileage charge applicable to total booking charge.
**Code is only valid for the first booking. Other T&Cs apply.

Happy suppering!
Ella 😋

Sign up for our newsletter

Enjoy $5 off your next drive and receive our latest updates!

Accidentally unsubscribed? Click here to re-subscribe to our newsletter!

Sign up for our newsletter

Enjoy $5 off your next drive and receive our latest updates!

Accidentally unsubscribed? Click here to re-subscribe to our newsletter!

Share Our Story

Go to Top