9 Supper Spots In Singapore

Feeling hungry late at night, but not sure where you can go to for supper? At that hour, it might seem like you don’t have options because most places are closed by then. But here’s the good news – there are some awesome late night supper spots you can head to! So the next time you get hungry in the middle of the night, you don’t have to sleep it off. Instead, grab a late night bite from one of the following places!

Today, Evolve Daily shares 9 Supper Spots In Singapore:

1) Swee Choon Dim Sum


Whether it’s dinner, supper, or (a very early) breakfast, Swee Choon Dim Sum is the place to go for a wide variety of delicious Hong Kong and Shanghai dim sum. Some signature dishes to look out for include the Shanghai xiao long bao, pan fried pork dumpling, siew mai and har kow, among others. If you’re feeling extra hungry, the pork chop la mian (noodles) is something you can consider ordering!


183 – 191 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208882

Opening hours:

Monday to Sunday: 6pm – 6am
(Closed on Tuesdays)


2) Curious Palette


In the mood for breakfast food? Then munch on that at Curious Palette! For those who want something sweet, there’s a nice range of desserts on the menu for you to choose from. Psst! We suggest getting the berry ricotta hotcakes – you won’t regret it!


64 Prinsep Street
Singapore 188667

Opening hours:

Friday – Saturday: 9am – 12am
Sunday – Thursday: 9am – 10pm
(Closed on Tuesdays)


3) Lau Pa Sat


At Lau Pa Sat, you’d be able to easily find some of Singapore’s must-try local dishes – such as satay, chicken rice and carrot cake, among others. So why not tickle your taste buds with some delicious hawker delights? After all, one of the best ways to get the most of your vacation is to live (and eat) like a local!


18 Raffles Quay
Singapore 048582

Opening hours:

Open 24 hours daily


4) Rochor Original Beancurd


Beancurd – or tau huay – is one of Singapore’s well loved local desserts, and definitely a must-try if you’re here for a visit. Psst! It’s perfect for those nights when you’re feeling a little hungry but not in the mood for a heavy meal! Another snack worth trying at Rochor Original Beancurd is the you tiao (deep fried dough fritters) – so look out for it on the menu!


2 Short Street
Singapore 188211

Opening hours:

Monday – Thursday: 11am – 1am
Friday: 11am – 3am
Saturday: 12pm – 3am
Sunday: 12pm – 1am


5) Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen


If you’re having a midnight Thai food craving, then head to Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen! Expect to dig in to some authentic Thai dishes – such as tom yum soup, pad thai and pineapple fried rice. We’re pretty sure that would satisfy your craving.


262 Middle Road
Singapore 188989

Opening hours:

Monday – Sunday: 11:30am – 6am


6) Marutama Ramen


Ramen lovers, look no further than Marutama Ramen the next time you get hungry in the middle of the night! Made with no MSG and preservatives, their authentic Japanese ramen is served with Toripaitan (chicken) broth, which is lighter than the usual rich Tonkotsu (pork) broth – but just as tasty. 


75 Killiney Road
Singapore 239529

Opening hours:

Sunday – Friday: 11:30am – 3:30am


7) Senki Japanese Restaurant


Indulge in as much fresh sashimi, yakimono and tempura as you want, without worrying about breaking the bank! Senki Japanese Restaurant’s a la carte buffet offers over 100 options for you to munch on – all at one price.


109 Killiney Road
Singapore 239548

Opening hours:

Monday – Sunday: 11:30am – 2:30am


8) O’Coffee Club


If coffee doesn’t give you sleep issues, and you feel like having a cup of joe in the middle of the night, O’Coffee Club is the place to be. Apart from serving premium gourmet coffee, this local coffee joint also has pasta, sandwiches, and all day breakfast food on its menu.


501 Orchard Road
Wheelock Place
Singapore 238880

Opening hours:

Open 24 hours daily


9) Al-Ameen Eating House


Those who fancy something spicy, Al-Ameen is definitely a great supper spot for you, as it offers a variety of Indian food – such as roti prata, maggi goreng, chicken briyani, and Indian curry. Although it’s tucked away at a corner of Bukit Timah, it can get pretty crowded sometimes!


4 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599729

Opening hours:

Open 24 hours daily


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