Recommended lists for Late Night

Recommended lists of Best Late Night in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Late Night Tastemakers Guide To Best Supper Spots in Singapore Suppers have a way of bringing people closer together and making food taste a little better. Add a dose of spontaneity to your life and wrestle for Yong Tau Foo at the stroke of midnight, share tasty Northern Chinese dishes with your friends for the first time or have a comforting bowl of peppery Bak Kut Teh after a long day at work. Our Tastemakers have trawled the island to uncover the tastiest places to eat after dark, so go on, quieten that growling belly of yours with this definitive guide to the best supper spots!
Supper, Burpple Guides, Late Night, Hawker Food 10 Super Supper #Hawkerpedia Stories From stressful and terrifying (but so worth it!) midnight yong tau fu adventures, to post-mahjong kuay chap cravings and impromptu late night prata sessions in university, these nostalgic #Hawkerpedia stories are testament to Singapore's undying love for food, any time of the day.

Top 10 Places for Late Night

Top 10 places for Late Night

Latest Reviews for Late Night

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Late Night

As its name suggested, the beef patty was smokey good and juicy. With cheese and truffled mushrooms, the flavours were so intense and satisfying.
Seated at the al fresco bar table, an iced cold beer with the burger was the perfect combination to enjoy and people watch.

All theme in pastel pink, I'm sure those girls who love pink will sure love this place.

A total of 6 soup base to choose from.
- Signature Beauty Collagen Broth
- Signature Spicy Nourishing Soup
- Herbal Drunken Chicken Broth
- Cooling Coconut Broth
- Longevity Wild Pine Mushroom Broth
- Vitamin C Tomato Sweet Corn Broth

I would say that I find the coconut broth rather interesting. Spark my taste bud. 😋

If the cake 🍰 could be more moist and less dense, it would be even better.
Eagle Wings Loft
Address 🏠 : 9 King Albert Park, # 01-14/33/34/56/57 King Albert Park Residences Mall, Singapore 🇸🇬 598 332
Tel ☎️ : 6264 7787
Open 💈 :
Mon: 5pm - 1am
Tue to Fri: 9am - 1am
Sat to Sun: 8am - 1am
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : King Albert Park (DT6)
Picture taken with : iPhone 📱 6


Don’t let the name mislead you, this has the texture of porridge with the gentle sweetness of soy beans. With the pickled radish, spring onions and Szechuan chilli oil, this is a wonderful bowl of reinvented comfort food - eat it with a spoon or dip the Chinese donut (aka youtiao) and get enjoy some crisp with the ‘porridge’. If you’re up for some adventure this Chinese New Year, @alittletashi is open from today onwards for dinner. Don’t forget to order some sugarcane mojitos, pickles and bar bites and hang out at the steps of the Laundry Room (back of the restaurant). Thanks to @burpple for the invitation, and @iamjaynedoe and @alittletashi for hosting us!

#burpple #alittletashi

The Jalan Besar area just got a little more interesting with the opening of “ALittle Tashi” - a cool and casual spot to unwind over drinks and an eclectic mix of sharing plates, both big and small. Inspiration for their cuisine is drawn from all over the world but the Asian influence remains strongest.
The standouts for me from our meal were the vegetables (priced between $7++ and $16++, they’re very far from boring in terms of execution and flavour) and the rice cakes (I couldn’t help but think of them as a mochi and “ketupat” hybrid). They tasted incredible smothered in the miso cream, one of the twelve available house-made sauces.
The other popular item amongst the folks at the tasting was the pork collar skewers ($16++ for 4 sticks). I wasn’t too fond of it personally but it was a hit with everyone else. I enjoyed the baked Mozzarella sprinkled with furikake ($10++) and the Vietnamese-style blood cockles ($14++) a lot more. The latter was a mouthwatering delight as it had been stirfried in chilli jam, crispy pork fat and fish sauce caramel.
Don’t forget to check out ”the laundry room” at the back of Alittle Tashi for its eye-catching light design. In fact, you can choose to sit in that area to have drinks and bites too.

My favourite CNY dishes are their Crispy Suckling Pig with Prawn Paste, Cured Meat Fried Rice in Lotus Leaf and of course not to forget to mention their signature Kuvo’s Crispy Roasted Chicken
🎉🎉 Happy Chinese New Year everyone!
🏢 321 Orchard Road Orchard Shopping Centre 02-01 Singapore 238866
🕚Opening Hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 11.30am to 3.00pm, 6.00pm to 10.00pm
💌Tks @kuvosingapore for hosting and @_boyz86 for extending the invite!
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PS. Club Sandwich - $26
Looks super appetising. First bite you will notice the crispy crispy toast, so shiok! Inside there’s toasted Turkish, chicken, bacon for extra taste, fried egg & cheddar. Spread is creamed spinach which is so smooth, sweet tomato relish by the side, gherkins paired with cranberry vinaigrette greens. Overall it’s a very nice & refreshing meal for a change! Pairing with PS Cafe all so famous Truffle Shoestring Fries is perfection ·
PS Cafe

These colourful baby peppers are no exception. Served with goat cheese, the charred peppers burst in sweetness once popped in the mouth. A simple, no frill dish that inspires me to grill all my vegetables now.
This was a hosted meal. Thank you @iamjaynedoe & team for the hospitality, @alittletashi for feeding us, and @burpple for extending the invite!
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The Mezza Platter ($27.50) consists of a variety of dips, namely hummus (pine nuts and olive oil), babaganoush (charcoal grilled eggplant), labneh (yoghurt with olive oil and mint), moussaka'a (cubed eggplant, chickpeas and green pepper), and Arabic salad in the centre. These dips go great with pita and lavash - a pillow-like bread topped with sesame seeds, and even meats! My personal favourite would be the labneh because the minty, olive oil-drizzled yoghurt just goes well with everything. 😂 Aside from that, the Moussaka'a came as a surprise to me because I was not aware that I was eating eggplant, and I quite liked this despite generally not liking the vegetable.

I am usually skeptical to try things that I'm clueless about, but this was really satisfying, and the different dips made the dish really intriguing to have, enjoyed without a dull moment over the course of the platter. Definitely a must-try during your Lebanese meal experience! 📣 @byblosgrillsg for hosting us in their rustic and beautiful restaurant and @kenpgl from @singaporefoodlisting for having me! 😁