Craving some supper? Get your hawker fix at these late night joints.
1. Meng Kitchen
246B Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370, Tel: +6455 4890, Opening Hours: 24 Hours daily.
Meng Kitchen is famous for its minced pork noodles (Bak Chor Mee) and the best part is that they’re open 24 hours daily. Yes, this means you can get your bak chor mee fix at 3am in the morning. Meng Kitchen also offers a wide selection of Chinese food, but most people really go there for the bak chor mee. Seriously, what better way is there to satisfy your midnight hunger pangs with a hearty (and heart attack-inducing, but who cares) bowl of Bak Chor Mee?
11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736, Tel: +6466 5052, Opening Hours: 24 Hours daily.
Al Azar Eating Restaurant is probably one of the best spots to get your late night prata fix. You can get all sorts of mamak food there, including prata, murtabak and thosai. Wash down the oily goodness with a cup of teh tarik, and you can go home with a happy belly.
965 Upper Serangoon, Tel: +6281 0020, Opening Hours: 6pm – 5am everyday except Thursday.
Having Nasi Lemak for supper is pretty sinful, but life is too short to miss out on good food right? With its fragrant coconut rice mixed with spicy sambal chilli…Punggol Nasi Lemak is worth the calories and potential heart attack. Oh, and have I mentioned the fried chicken?? Now that’s what a real, honest-to-goodness supper should be.
(Source: thehungrygeographer.blogspot.com)62 Joo chiat Place, Singapore 427786, Tel: +65 9777 7988, Opening Hours: 24 Hours daily. Fei Fei Wanton Mee is one of the most popular late night hawkers in Singapore, so we knew it just had to be on this list. Each bowl of springy noodles is served with tender slices of char siew and topped with dumplings. Add some of their spicy chilli for an extra kick.
237 Geylang Road, Singapore 389296, Tel: 9388 0723, Opening Hours: 4.30pm – 2.30am daily.
Geylang Beef Kuay Teow may not have the most glamorous name, but it’s definitely worth the trek there. The thick noodles are covered in thick black bean sauce, while the beef slices are tender and tasty. It’s almost life changing, we swear.
Not in the mood for hawker food? Try these late night cafes instead.
2 Lorong Mambong, Tel: 6469 0300, Opening Hours: 7am – 3am (Mon – Thu), 7am – 4am (Fri – Sun & Public Holidays)
Crystal Jade is one of those trusty Chinese restaurants you can always count on for staples like fried rice and wonton noodles. The late-night outlet at Holland Village is perfect for post-soccer match hunger pangs and – dare we say – a good excuse to hang out with your date until the wee hours of the morning.
Cathay Cineleisure, Orchard, Singapore 239695, Tel: +6235 6480, Opening Hours: 11:00am – 2:00am daily.
Xin Wang Café is one of those places that is more about quantity than quality – which can be a good thing when you need to satisfy a late night craving. With over 200 dishes on the menu, you can get anything from noodles to French toast at 1am in the morning. The signature Iced HK Milk Tea ($3.20) is pretty good though.