Nothing beats a good night out that ends in a wholesome supper with friends at our favourite supper spots in Singapore. But the pandemic changed things with the 10:30 pm curfew. Sadly, many of our favourite supper spots stopped operating late.
How do we survive without our comfort supper food (besides McDonald’s)? How do we argue with friends on whether to go to Ke Kou Mian or Bedok 85 for impromptu suppers? Yes, even Bedok 85 isn’t open for supper anymore.
But don’t worry, we can always find newer and better supper spots — we’re a nation of foodies after all. If you’re looking for a new favourite, look through our mega list of supper spots in Singapore, with updated opening hours for 2021:
Central Supper Spots
Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice (closes at 3am)
Scissors Cut has been around for decades, and it’s as popular as a supper spot as a lunch spot. Their signature pork chop’s crunch and the rich curry’s heat will scratch your itch for a hearty supper. Not to mention those memories of Jiak Kim, for those old enough to remember.
📍 229 Jln Besar, Singapore 208905
🗓️ 11am–3am (Daily)
BK Eating House (open 24h)
BK eating house is the spot for late-night noods after a night out with the squad at Clarke Quay. The bouncy noodles and potent blend of vinegar and chilli in the Bak Chor Mee will no doubt jolt you sober and ready to head home.
📍 21 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058661
🗓️ Open 24 Hours (Mon—Sat)
Hai Di Lao (closes at 6am at most outlets)
Haidilao is definitely one of the most popular supper spots in Singapore, well-loved for its hearty broths and luxurious service fit for royalty. If you want a supper spot where you can get pampered—here’s the place.
Beauty in the Pot (closes at 3am)
Beauty in the Pot is well known for their collagen broth—meant to be rich and nourishing for your skin, hence its name. They also provide impeccable service, for those who want someone to peel your prawns for supper.
Taan Asian Grill Bar (closes at 2am)
Liang Seah Street is a paradise for the grilled food and hotpot-loving night owls. Taan is one of the most crowded joints there, renowned for Northern Chinese skewers and intriguing sauces such as teriyaki and spicy kinchi miso.
Ding Ji Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles (open 24h)
Ding Ji is a popular place for Bak Chor Mee which serves a solid bowl of noodles. But it’s their rich and sweet Fish Maw Soup that will warm your stomach for those late-night talk cock sessions, all the way from supper to daybreak.
📍 284 Bishan Street 22, #01-211, Singapore 570284
🗓️ Open 24h
Xian De Lai (closes at 4am)
Xian De Lai is one that serves hotpot at an affordable pricing, especially with their supper hotpot buffet prices. You can enjoy S$19.80++, running from 10:30pm to 3am on Mon–Thur and S$22.80 From Fri–Sun, PH, and PH Eve.
📍 18 Liang Seah St, Singapore 189039
🗓️ 10:30am–4am (Daily)
Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant (closes at 3am)
Swee Choon needs no introduction. When it comes to Dim Sum, not many of Singapore’s popular Dim Sum supper spots beat Swee Choon when it comes to accessibility and affordability.
Settlers Café (open 24h)
This 24/7 board game café is where you can chill friends over quick bites and a massive library of exciting board games. It’s perfect for those times you’re stranded after supper and don’t want to let Grab rob you with those surcharged fares.
Fat Bird (closes at 1am)
Fat Chicken offers an interesting duality in flavours. On one end you get the nourishing herb-heavy Chicken Stew in Pig’s Stomach, at the other there’s the robust Mala Xiang Guo. You can take your pick for supper, whichever your mood is up for.
Chicken Up (closes at 12am)
Chicken Up used to be one of the hottest Korean hangout spots in Tanjong Pagar before Circuit Breaker. You can’t binge on Watermelon Soju past 10:30pm nowadays, but their hearty stews and tasty fried chicken are still available for supper.
Congee Legend Hotpot @ Golden Mile Tower (closes at 5am)
Congee is the ultimate comfort food, and what better time for comfort food than supper? Congee Legend marries congee with hotpot, allowing patrons to slowly indulge in congee that doesn’t turn cold.
Johore Bahru Ye Zhi Mei Handmade Bao (open 24h)
Similar to Geylang, Jalan Besar is a crazy Dim Sum hotspot. However, only this store is opened the whole day. It’s most famous for their massive pau, packed with 500g of juicy meat. If there was a dish to describe as an “absolute unit”, this is it.
📍 208 Jln Besar, Singapore 208894
🗓️ Open 24h (Tue-Sun)
Super Star K (closes at 2am)
You’re just done binging on that new K-Drama and pine for Korea after being stuck so long? Super Star K can give you a taste of Korea with its hearty BBQ spread and, more importantly, unlimited servings of Banchan.
Korean Fusion BBQ (closes at 2am)
This Korean BBQ is situated a farther from Tanjong Pagar, and located nearer to supper spots like Swee Choon. It’s perfect for those who are famished and can take advantage of their affordable BBQ buffet (dinner at S$31.80 on Mon–Thurs, S$33.80 on Fri–Sun).
📍 5 Dunlop St, #02-00, Singapore 209335
🗓️ 11:30am-2am (Daily)
Bhai Sarbat Teh Tarik (open 24h)
The most famous shop for chai and Singapore — there’s no comparison. It’s not just a regular haunt for many locals but even tourist go down specifically for them. They also serve food, but many enjoy just chilling over some of their drinks.
Ah Chew (closes at 1am on Fri–Sat)
For traditional Chinese desserts, there’s no better place than Ah Chew. It’s coincidentally also one of the few that’s opened till late. So you can have a heartwarming bowl of almond paste or refreshing mango sago after those heavy hotpot suppers.
Wan Wan Thai (closes at 3am)
Wan Wan Thai Café will appeal to many Bangkok lovers with their décor and menu. Supper cravings and missing BKK café classics like bingsu and shibuya toast for supper? Why not?
Rochor Original Beancurd (closes at 12:30am on Fri–Sat)
This isn’t exactly a café but Rochor Beancurd is one of the most popular supper spots for desserts in Singapore. Nothing beats a bowl of silky smooth beancurd and crispy Youtiao after a long day.
📍 2 Short St, Singapore 188211
🗓️ 10:30am–12:30am (Fri–Sat), 10:30am–11:30am (Sun–Thur)
49 Seats (closes at 2:30am on Mon-Sat)
49 Seats has been around forever, being one of the OG supper spots in town. If you’re ever craving for some unique fusion pastas after a late-night movie at Cathay, get a plate of their signature Tom Yum Seafood Pasta.
East Supper Spots
Bedok 85 Fried Oyster (closes at 2am on Mon–Sat)
The two famous Bedok 85 Bak Chor Mee stalls have revised their operating hours to close earlier. However, Bedok 85 fans will be happy to know one of the popular stalls at Singapore’s favourite supper spot is still open for some late-night sinning.
📍 85 Bedok North Street 4, 85 Fengshan Centre, Singapore 460085
🗓️ 10am–2am (Mon-Sat), 10am–12am (Sun)
JB Ah Meng (closes at 2:15am)
You won’t find many supper spots better for late night feasts than this legendary Zichar stall. The signature White Pepper Crab and wok-hei-filled San Lou Bee Hoon will help you go straight to sleep with a full stomach.
📍 534 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389490
🗓️ 5pm–2:15am (Daily)
126 Wen Dao Shi 揾到食 (open 24h)
Probably the second most popular dim sum supper spot in Singapore after Swee Choon. With king-sized Siew Mais and decadent Chilli Crab mantous, you can have a hearty feast any time of the day at this 24-hour diner.
📍 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449
🗓️ Open 24h
Hay Gelato (closes at 2am)
Fear not Easties, you have an ice cream supper spot as well. Just opened a few months ago, this Bedok ice cream cafe comes up with the coolest flavours like Balsamic Strawberry and Smoked Hay that can’t be found elsewhere.
G7 Live Seafood Restaurant (closes at 3am)
If you want late night wholesomeness, G7’s Frog Claypot Porridge is a classic supper spot for many night owls. The thick gravy and dried chili make it a hearty, decadent treat that’s worth travelling to Geylang for.
Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup (closes at 2am)
Seng Kee’s Black Chicken soup is undoubtedly one of the most well-known supper spots in Singapore’s Eastside. The wholesome herbal notes and silky Mee Sua are perfect for cold nights
📍 475 Changi Rd, Singapore 419892
🗓️ 11:30am–2am (Daily)
Good Come Again (closes at 2am)
If you’re looking for a supper spot in Singapore that offers heavy-hitting flavours, Good Come Again is where you can get your tastebuds excited. Their diverse menu, from juicy lamb skewers to decadent fried intestines, will satisfy any fan of hearty flavours.
📍 8 Lor 1 Geylang, Singapore 389118
🗓️ 12pm–2am (Daily)
Mongkok Dim Sum (open 24h)
This is the other popular 24-hour Dim Sum place at Geylang. Many fans enjoy their iconic flowy Liu Sha Bao and their unique pan-fried carrot cake. Geylang might be known for unsavoury characters, but Mongkok delivers plenty of savouriness.
📍 214 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389274
🗓️ Open 24h
Tang Tea House (closes at 3am on Fri-Sat)
Tang Tea House has multiple outlets, but the Simpang Bedok outlet is the one that stays open the longest. It’s one of the rare places that serve halal Dim Sum at an affordable price—a gem for our Muslim friends!
West Supper Spots
Bukit Panjang Ke Kou Mian (opens at 4am)
Every Westie knows this place. Not many supper spots as legendary as this Ke Kou Mian stall—the hearty soup, generous ingredients and bouncy noodles are just perfect comfort for getting through the night.
📍 163A Gangsa Rd, Singapore 671163
🗓️ 4am–2pm (Fri—Wed)
2am:dessertbar (closes at 12am)
Suppers don’t just have to be plain affairs, especially when you can go to 2am:dessertbar, helmed by Janice Wong, formerly Best Pastry Chef in the World. If you want some eyecandy while having your supper, the beautifully-plated desserts won’t let you down.
Al Azhar (closes at 1am)
Al-Azhar doesn’t really need any introduction, it’s definitely one of the most well-known supper spots in Singapore. Their affordability and crazy extensive menu make it one of the most fuss-free spots to bring your squad.
Hundred Acre (closes at 12am)
If you live in the West and need to chill out with friends, this Winne the Pooh themed gelato café stays open till 12am. A cool supper spot with unique avocado ice cream and other Vietnamese-inspired flavours that will give you some sweet dreams.
Springleaf Prata (NEWest open 24h)
Springleaf has multiple outlets and while there are a few which are opened until 12am, NEWest is the only 24 hour outlet. That means Westies can have their signature Murtaburger or Plaster Blaster any time you like — breakfast or supper.
Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak (closes at 3:30am)
C’mon, who wouldn’t want a bite out of this alluring plate of Nasi Lemak? Many Westies swear by its sweet sambal chilli and crispy chicken wing — perfect decadence for 3am cravings.
Time for Thai (closes at 1am)
Time for Thai is a rare halal Thai stall which also happens to be open till 1am. It’s located at the row of eateries at Beauty World — perfect for Westies who don’t want to travel all the way to town for their Thai cravings.
Choa Chu Kang 302 Foodhouse (open 24h)
A very convenient 24/7 supper spot located close to Choa Chu Kang MRT. You can choose to indulge in the vinegary goodness of the popular Bak Chor Mee or chomp down on some hearty Ngoh Hiang. Either way, you’d be spoilt for choice.
📍 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-719, Singapore 680302
🗓️ Open 24h (Daily)
North Supper Spots
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak (closes at 7am)
There are many popular supper spots in the East and West, but Chong Pang Nasi Lemak is one for the Northies. Fragrant rice, crispy chicken wings, flavoursome chilli — available all night till the sun rises.
📍 447 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758404
🗓️ 5pm–7am (Daily)
Al Malik Eating House (closes at 1:30am)
The North is quite devoid of popular supper spots, but Al Malik might be one hidden gem for those nocturnal Indian food cravings. It’s halal and besides Indian and Malay food, they also have Thai food on the menu.
Siam Square Mookata (closes at 6am)
Siam Square Mookata is loved for their affordable ingredients and novel cheese dip. They have multiple outlets, and this outlet at Woodlands is one of those that are normally filled with night owls looking for a sizzling supper.
Burger Geprek (closest at 4am)
If you’re missing the greasy, messy roadside burgers of Ramly and Malaysia, Burger Geprek is for you. Besides the saucy burgers, you can also find Indomie Goreng with crisp fried chicken for those nights you just want to pig out.
BKK Bistro And Bar (closes at 3am)
If you live in the North, chances are that you’d have heard of this popular 80 cents boat noodle place at ORTO. Yes, you can keep those hearty bowls of boat noodles coming all night till the 2am last order for that price.
Kuai San Dian Xin (open 24h)
Geylang and Jalan Besar don’t have a monopoly on dim sum supper spots. This 24/7 Ang Mo Kio stall offers dim sum at an eye-dropping S$1.30, with over 30 items. And it’s not just single pieces, S$1.30 gets you 2 paus — quite a steal.
📍 555 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Block 555, Singapore 560555
🗓️ Open 24 hours (Daily)
The Roti Prata House (closes at 2am)
The Roti Prata House has been a mainstay for supper-goers along Upper Thomson for ages. They’re best known for their wide variety of Praata, ranging from your standard crispy Prata to the molten Cheese Bomb Prata.
📍 246 Upp Thomson Rd Singapore, Singapore 574370
🗓️ Open 24 hours (Daily)
Ming Fa (closes at 5am)
It’s not a stretch to call Ming Fa the Bedok 85 of the North. Many who live in the North would have made trips down to Ming Fa for their midnight supper fix of Bak Chor Mee. Who could resist piping hot noods when you’re half asleep?
North East Supper Spots
Basasak Chicken (closes at 1:30am on Fri–Sat)
It’s rare enough to find authentic Korean food in Singapore, much less a supper spot. If you’re living near Kovan and craving some Korean fried chicken for supper, you can place an order online and get it in a jiffy.
📍 973 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534725
🗓️ 5:20pm–1am (Mon–Thur), 5:20pm–1:30am (Fri–Sat), 4:30pm–12am (Sun)
Ah Hock Fried Hokkien Noodles (closes at 12am)
Chomp Chomp is one of the biggest supper hot spots, and nothing hits those late-night cravings like Hokkien Mee does. Especially when it’s one of the most popular Hokkien Mee in Singapore.
📍 20 Kensington Park Road, #01- 27 Chomp Chomp Food Centre, Singapore 557269
🗓️ 5:30pm–12am (Tue-Sun)
RK Eating House (open 24 Hours)
Located just a stone’s throw away from another popular supper spot Chomp Chomp, RK is a spot many living in the North East flock down to. In particular, their special prata has gotten plenty of attention due to its decadent pile of toppings.
📍 1 Kensington Park Rd, Singapore 557253
🗓️ Open 24 hours
Lickers (closes at 2am)
This is one sweet supper spot for those living along Singapore’s purple line. Lickers opens well past bed time, which means you can add some spark to your night with their crispy waffles and wacky flavour combos like Yakult Oreo.
Qi Xiang Chicken Pot (closes at 2am)
If regular steamboat soup isn’t enough for your supper cravings, check out Qi Xiang Chicken Pot. Their soup is a unique dark soy sauce chicken broth served in a claypot, with a dose of spice. It’s the best compromise between mala and regular soup.
Chong Qing Grilled Fish (closes at 2am)
Grilled fish are extremely popular but not many stores are opened late enough to be popular supper spots, except for Chong Qing. Need a fragrant, spice-laden fix at midnight? No problem, head to any of the 3 outlets opened till 2am.
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawns Noodles (closes at 2am on Fri–Sat)
A legendary prawn noodles stall that has been opened for over 40 years. Their rich umami prawn broth and spicy sauce are the perfect comfort food for night owls still out and about at 2am.
📍 31 Tai Thong Cres, Singapore 347859
🗓️ 7:00am to 3:00pm, 5:00pm to 10:00pm (Sun–Thurs), 7:00am to 3:00pm, 5:00pm to 2:00am (Fri–Sat)
Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap (closes at 2am)
The best supper spots in Singapore usually serve affordable comfort food. It’s often hawker food but Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap offers a hot soupy respite on those cold nights for just S$5. Mookatas aren’t the only great Thai supper spots!
(Editor’s note: Operating hours are updated at the time of posting but Google’s timings may change. Please reach out to us if you spot any discrepancies and we will keep the article updated accordingly.)