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11 Best Supper Spots In Singapore You Must Try! (2023 Guide)

Ever gotten late-night cravings but are unsure of where to go? Well, fret not as we have got you covered. Whether you’re looking for something sweet or something savoury, this list of the 11 best supper spots will solve all your supper needs!

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1. Koka Wanton Noodle

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A popular supper spot, Koka Wanton Noodle is known for its snaking queues even during the wee hours of the night. Passed down from three generations, the Yip family’s stall has been rated as one of the best wanton noodles by a local paper and they have also achieved the Michelin Plate status.

Served with al dente noodles, thinly-sliced char siew, wantons, chinese mushrooms, shredded chicken, and choy sum, the noodles are coated with a light and flavourful sauce, with the spicy chilli giving it the perfect amount of heat. The char siew is lean and juicy while the wantons are made with pork and dried sole fish which gives each bite a pleasant crunch and depth of flavour. Additionally, the mushrooms and shredded chicken help give an additional layer of flavour and texture, elevating the dish.

For those who grew up eating this, you would definitely enjoy the old-school and nostalgic taste that every bite brings! A distinct taste that you certainly can’t find anywhere else!

Address: 10 North Bridge Rd, North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre, Singapore 190010

Operating Hours: Daily, except Wed & Sun, 10:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

2. Julaiha Muslim Restaurant

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For those looking to satisfy their prata cravings in the wee hours of the night, Julaiha Muslim Restaurant is just the spot to head to. A family-run business of more than 20 years, the 24-hour restaurant serves its prata with a unique texture as they have managed to make it crispy yet doughy at the same time!

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Served along with mutton curry, this dish brings you an incredible burst of flavours. The curry served is not too watery and slightly spicy, hence pairing perfectly with the prata. Additionally, the prata is also thinly folded which makes it so much easier and enjoyable to eat as it does not taste too doughy.

While some may argue that prata should be more doughy or more crispy, Julaiha Muslim Restaurant combines the two together to bring you the best of both worlds!

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Address: 538 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368222

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 hours

3. Authentic Mun Chee Kee King Of Pig’s Organ Soup

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For those that didn’t know, Authentic Mun Chee Kee actually has two family outlets, with the other named Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup located at Foch Road. Created by Uncle Mun Chee, the original recipe from 1973 continues to be used to this day, drawing customers from all over Singapore.

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The Lu Rou Fan is served with a generous portion of braised pork and the meat is seriously flavourful and tender. Additionally, it has a good ratio of fats to lean meat, with the perfect balance of sweet and salty. One of their best-sellers, the Pig Organ Soup is definitely a must-try. The soup is light yet flavourful and served with a generous amount of ingredients like minced pork, liver, pork balls, and pig stomach.

A Cantonese-favourite dish, the Vinegar Pig Trotters has a pretty mild vinegar taste and the flavour of the gravy leans towards the sweeter side. The enormous pig trotters are seriously tender, and the mouth-watering chunks of fat melt beautifully with each bite. As they are open till 2am daily, they are the perfect supper spot to head to if you’re in the area.

Address: 207 Jln Besar, Singapore 208893

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Operating Hours: Daily, 10:30 am – 2:00 am

4. Beach Road Scissor-Cut Curry Rice

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A popular stall that truly needs no introduction, you don’t have to look any further if you’re looking for a plate of curry rice goodness. Starting off with white rice, select from an array of meats and vegetables before it is entirely drenched with curry. Before you know it, you have a beautiful mess with overflowing curry that will have you salivating instantly!

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Enjoy fried favourites like fried chicken thighs and seafood selection such as large prawns, and many more. Not forgetting your greens, the vegetables are cooked with different sauces and pair perfectly with the delicious curry that’s guaranteed to satisfy all your supper cravings.

Address: 229 Jln Besar, Singapore 208905

Operating Hours: Daily, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.

5. Ming Fa Fishball Noodles

 

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Although there are plenty of Bak Chor Mee stalls around Singapore, only a few are open 24 hours like Ming Fa Fishball Noodles at Ang Mo Kio. Dig into a hearty bowl of fishball noodles with their delicious minced pork and fishballs or their Bak Chor Mee that’s served with tasty meatballs and tender pork and liver slices that will definitely hit the spot.

With outlets all across the island and with most of them open till the late hours of the night, Ming Fa Fishball Noodles will surely satisfy your late-night noodle cravings!

Address: 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2361, Singapore 560529

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 hours

6. 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi

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While Swee Choon might be the usual go-to for late-night dim sum, 126 Dim Sum definitely has a slight edge over them with its 24-hour service. With an extensive menu of over 150 items, it is the perfect place to visit for Dim Sum lovers!

 

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Enjoy staples like Siew Mai and Har Gao to popular favourites like their Prawn Rice Roll, Pork Belly Buns, Shrimp Dumplings, and Chee Cheong Fun which are doused with a thick, sweet sauce instead of your typical light soya sauce. A delicious and hearty feast awaits at 126 Dim Sum!

Address: 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 hours

7. Yong He Eating House

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A 24/7 eatery that serves up Taiwanese fare round the clock, Yong He Eating House remains a popular supper spot among many night owls to this day. Their most famed dish is the Saltish Bean Curd, which is a modern rendition of our beloved tau huey dish.

This intriguing dish is created by adding a soya sauce mix to chilled beancurd and topped with minced meat, spring onions, preserved vegetables, and dried shrimp. Pair it with a serving of their crispy fried You Tiao for a winning combination!

Address: 458 Geylang Road, Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 389417

Operating Hours: Tuesdays, 7am to 12am & Wednesdays to Sundays, 24 hours

8. 333 Bak Kut Teh

 

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There’s nothing like a comforting bowl of soup to warm you up at night, and 333 Bak Kut Teh is just the spot to head to! Their soup is full of flavour and has the perfect balance of pepperiness. Sink your teeth into succulent pork ribs that fall off the bone with ease, with other tasty side dishes like pig intestines, beancurd skin, pig livers, and your classic you tiao to enjoy. Sip on their amazing soup to your heart’s content as it’s free flow!

Address: 325 Balestier Rd, #01-01, J W Building, Singapore 329754

Operating Hours: Daily, 5.30pm to 6am

9. Ah Chew Desserts

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If you’re looking to try out an array of different Chinese traditional desserts, Ah Chew Desserts is the perfect spot to head to. Available in two locations – Bugis and Novena, enjoy a variety of soup desserts, steamed egg desserts, paste desserts, grass jelly desserts, and many more.

For durian lovers, you definitely can’t leave without trying out their one-of-a-kind durian desserts. With both outlets opening till 12am, they are certainly a good alternative supper spot to check out!

1. Novena Outlet

Address: 181 Thomson Rd, Goldhill Centre, Singapore 307627

Operating Hours: Daily, 12.30pm to 12am

2. Bugis Outlet

Address:  1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11, Liang Seah Place Singapore 189032

Operating Hours

Mon, Wed & Thurs, 12.30pm to 12am

Fri, 12.30pm to 1am

Sat, 1.30pm to 1am

Sun, 1.30pm to 12am

10. Sing Hon Loong Bakery

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Who ever said bread has to be eaten only during breakfast? Sing Hon Loong Bakery is one of the remaining few traditional bakeries, if not the only, 24/7 bakery in Singapore that still serves the same old-school buns we all know and love.

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With over 50 years of history and counting, the bakery continues to offer a wide array of buns on display in classic flavours. Crowd favourites include Coconut, Red Bean, and the Curry Bun – a combination of soft, mashed potato chunks in a mild curry sauce wrapped with fluffy bread. Open 24 hours daily, head down to Sing Hon Loong Bakery to grab some fluffy buns for a tasty midnight snack!

Address: 4 Whampoa Drive, Singapore 327715

Opening Hours: Daily, 24 hours

11. Lickers

 

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Ending off the list with a popular ice cream cafe, Lickers will definitely satisfy your late-night sweet tooth cravings with their crispy waffles and unique flavour combos! Indulge in one-of-a-kind flavours like their Yakult Oreo, Hazelnut Truffle, and Chrysanthemum Ginseng, with popular favourites such as Oolong Lavender, Honeycomb, and Speculoos. With over three outlets islandwide, this is a must-visit for ice cream lovers!

1. Hougang Outlet

Address: 124 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124

2. Telok Blangah Outlet

Address: 6 Telok Blangah Cres, #01-422, Singapore 090006

3. Bukit Batok Outlet:

Address: Blk 177 Bukit Batok West Ave. 8, #01-255, Singapore 650177

Operating Hours (For all Outlets)

Tues to Thurs, 1pm to 2am

Fri to Sun, 12pm to 2am

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With plenty of amazing spots to check out, why not bring your friends and family out for some late-night feasting! You know the saying, food brings everyone closer so hurry and try them all today!

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