Nothing beats the feeling of ending the day at your favourite dining spot with family and friends!
We all know that eating out comes as one of the favourite pastimes of many Singaporeans. Among the meals of the day, though, there’s just something special about supper.
Since it’s the one that caps off our long and tiring day, it should be nothing short of delicious and special. So if you’re looking for great supper spots in Singapore, we have you covered!
We’ve put together a Singapore food guide on the 10 best dining places to hit up for late-night food. Read on below!
1. Hai Di Lao
Sometimes, we’re just in the mood for a piping hot soup after an exhausting day at work.
Open until 4 in the morning, Hai Di Lao cooks up the classic comfort food spicy hotpot, with hearty broths and exceptional customer service.
It’s popular for its theatrics of stretching the noodles right in front of the diners, which adds to the late-night dining experience.
Address: Somerset, 313 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895
Opening hours: Daily, 10:30am - 4am, but may extend until 6am depending on the branch
2. The Roti Prata House
Another late-night dining spot that serves good food in Singapore is The Roti Prata House. It’s one of the long-standing supper spots on Upper Thompson, which says a lot about the quality of its food!
The wide variety of Prata is to die for, with the crispy Prata and molten cheese bomb being the crowd-favourites.
It’s a popular midnight snack destination, so expect that it’s a bit packed until the closing time at 2am.
Address: 246 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370
Opening hours: Daily, 7am - 2am
3. Ming Fa
Nothing can satisfy your late-night cravings for bak chor mee quite like Ming Fa.
Located along Upper Thomson Road, this stall serves one of the best fish dumplings and Fuzhou fish balls on the island. With meals priced at only $5 each, it’s one of the reasons it landed a spot on our Singapore food guide.
A perfect spot for midnight meals with friends, it’s open until 4:30 in the morning, so expect to see a few drunk people!
Ming Fa proves that good food in Singapore is everywhere, not just in restaurants and high-end hotels.
Address: 246B Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370
Opening hours: Daily, 9:30am - 4:30am
4. Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice
Beach Road Scissors Cut is as popular a supper spot in Singapore as it is a brunch restaurant.
Serving mainly calorie-heavy curry rice, we can't really recommend it to those who are on a strict diet. The rice here is soaked in a mouthwatering curry sauce served with crispy pork chop and crunchy cabbage.
If you're curious about its name, it takes after their tradition of cutting everything using scissors, from the meat down to the smallest ingredients.
Address: 229 Jln Besar, Singapore 208905
Opening hours: Daily, 11am - 3am
5. Super Star K
Can't get enough of Kpop and Kdrama? Dining in at Super Star K will give you a taste of authentic Korean cuisine without stepping out of Singapore.
Treat yourself to Pork Belly Bulgogi, Black Pepper Chicken, and Kimchi Stew before going home and watching another episode of your favourite Kdrama. You might need to take a shower after to wash off the smoke, though.
Address: 75 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore
Opening hours: Daily, 11:30am - 2am
A late-night dinner wouldn't be complete without some sweet treats.
You’re lucky that Lickers is open well past midnight, so you and your friends can grab a last bite before calling it a day.
Its crispy waffles and Yakult Oreo are popular among locals, but there's nothing on its menu that we wouldn't order ourselves.
Address: Block 124 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124
Opening hours: Tues to Thurs, 1pm - 2am and Fri - Sun, 12pm - 2am
7. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak
Another amazing supper spot in Singapore is Boon Lay, especially for those living in the West.
It's a Nasi Lemak store that serves only its namesake, so it's highly recommended if you get hit with Nasi Lemak during the wee hours of the night.
It's popular for its coconut rice served with otak, fried egg, succulent (or crispy) chicken, and spicy sambal.
Dropping by during the day might mean queueing up for hours, but the wait will definitely be worth it!
Address: Blk 221A/B Boon Lay Place, #01-106, Singapore 642221
Opening hours: Mon, 4:30pm - 3:30am and Tues to Sun: 6:30am - 3:30am
8. Tian Wang Desserts
Tian Wang Desserts is far from your ordinary dessert spot. It’s a Mahjong-themed cafe that serves hot and cold desserts such as durian mousse, mango pomelo sago, and soursop popping.
Another thing that makes it stand out is its fair selection of durian-based desserts. We highly recommend trying them if you're feeling a bit adventurous!
We also like that it’s open until 3am on weekends, so you and your friends can drop by after grabbing dinner or drinks.
Address: 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863
Opening hours: Mon to Thurs, 5pm - 2am and Fri - Sun, 3pm - 3am
9. Eminent Frog Porridge
The first thing you’ll notice at Eminent Frog Porridge is the round-the-clock long queues, suggesting that customers like the food here.
The main attraction here is the 4-dollar piping porridge served with tender, juicy meat enough to keep you full until tomorrow morning.
Compared to other supper spots in Singapore, meals here are on the lower side, so it’s perfect if you’re on a budget but want something good and filling.
Address: 323 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389359
Opening hours: Daily, 5pm - 3:30am
10. 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi
You’ve probably heard of 126 Dim Sum as a recommendation from friends as it’s a widely known dim sum stall on the island.
Open 24 hours a day, it serves one of the best siew mais, pork belly buns, chilli crabs in Singapore.
It’s not hard to see why it’s popular based on the atmosphere of the place alone. Its interiors are reminiscent of old Hong Kong, which make the dining experience even more authentic.
Address: 126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449
Opening hours: Open 24 hours daily
After-work food options in Singapore
The best thing about living in Singapore is that there are amazing food options at every turn. Whether you’re craving laksa or curry rice at 2am, there’s a dining spot that’s open for you.
Do you have recommended a supper spot in Singapore that you'd like for us to try? Share it with us in the comments!