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9 Superb Supper Places For Night Owls In Singapore

Hate it when you get hunger pangs at night but can’t seem to find good supper spots near you?

Fret not because we’ve compiled a list of the best supper places in Singapore; some of these might just satisfy your cravings and fill your bellies past bedtime!

The Hainan Story Chapter One

For Modernised Hainanese Cuisine
The Hainanese food we've come to love today is perhaps unique to Singapore as recipes have been tweaked to suit the local palate. The Hainan Story introduces a modernised version of Hainanese cuisine through their extensive menu which features classic delicacies such as the Laksa with Hainanese Steamed Chicken ($8.80), the Mama Wee Curry Chicken Drumstick Set ($8.50), and of course, the Hainanese Chicken Rice ($5.20).

Wan Wan Thai Cafe

For Shibuya Toasts & Thai Desserts 
Craving Shibuya toasts and Thai desserts? If so, you’re in for a treat because Wan Wan Thai Cafe serves just that. Some must-tries include their Milk Tea Toast ($9.90), Ferrero Rocher Toast ($13.90), and Toasted Bread with Milo and Banana ($3.90). They also offer traditional Thai desserts like the Mango Sticky Rice ($5.90), Thai Style Chendol ($3.90) and Thai Grass Jelly ($2.90)!

Srisun Express

For Authentic South Indian Cuisine 
Srisun Express has been serving authentic South Indian cuisine since their inception in 2004! Today, they've got a slew of outlets across the island, along with a new revamped menu under their belt—this features both North and South Indian cuisine, as well as Malaysian, Western, and even local dishes. If you're there specifically for the Indian food, we'd most definitely recommend their Mutton Biryani ($10.50) and Chicken Murtabak ($11.10).

Supper Deck

For Halal Asian & Western Food 
Supper Deck is a halal establishment that offers both Asian and Western food for those wanting to have a little bit of both cuisines. Their Asian menu features rice and noodle dishes such as the Nasi Goreng Seafood Deluxe ($11.90), Mee Goreng ($7.90), and Kway Teow Goreng ($9.20). On the other hand, their Western menu includes mainstays like the USDA 250g Ribeye ($28.50), Seafood Aglio Olio ($17.50), and the Cowboy Burger ($11.50) that's served with Australian Beef Chuck, cheddar, smoky barbecue sauce, turkey bacon, and a side of onion rings.

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap

For A Tasty Thai Kway Chap
Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap is a popular eatery that serves authentic Thai fare and a Thai version of the Teochew Kway Chap! Their Signature Thai Kway Chap ($5) consists of broad rice noodles topped with meat, vegetables, and a light, peppery broth. Pair this dish with their Deep Fried Thai Pork Belly ($6) and Thai Mid Wings ($6) and you'll be sated for sure.

Coffeesmith

For Korean Coffee & Pastries 
Coffeesmith is a Korean cafe chain that prides themselves on their handcrafted coffee beverages and pastries. They offer a range of coffees such as the Cafe Americano ($5 to $6), Cafe Caramel Macchiato ($7 to $8), and Cafe Vanilla Latte ($7 to $8). Get one of their confectionaries to go with their beverages and your late-night hunger pang will surely be quelled. Crowd favourites are the Ham & Cheese Croissant ($10.90), Croque Monsieur ($8.90), Blueberry Muffin ($4.90), and Cheese Injeolmi Toast ($8.50).

Ming Fa Fishball

For Fantastic Fishball Noodles 
Good news for all you hungry night owls: Ming Fa Fishball's Upper Thomson outlet opens 24 hours! The very first founder opened his stall way back in 1946 and has since handed down his business to later generations. Today, Ming Fa Fishball has 13 outlets islandwide—that's how you know they're the real deal. Sink your teeth into their juicy and bouncy fish balls from their Fish Ball Noodles ($4.70) or indulge in their Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles with Prawns ($6).

Burnt Cones Gelato

For Smoked Waffles & Gelato
Burnt Cones Gelato's unique Smoked Waffle ($10) sets them apart from other creameries! Smoked with apple wood, their waffles give off a nice sweetness and light smokiness, and is certainly one you'd be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. If you've got a sweet tooth, pair this with their gelatos which go at $5 per scoop for premium flavours such as Ube (Purple Yam) and Black Sesame, and $6 for signature flavours like Strawberry Basil and Pistachio.

Good Bites

For Affordable Western Fusion Dishes 
Located in Bishan Sports Centre, Good Bites is a neighbourhood cafe that serves halal western fusion dishes at pocket-friendly prices. They're open till 5am so you can get most definitely get your cravings satisfied at any hour of the night. Signature dishes include the Grilled Free-Range Chicken ($17.50) which comes with a sous-vide chicken thigh that's pan-seared, served with seasonal vegetables, and a homemade brown sauce. Another popular pick is the Fried Chicken & Waffle ($16.90); expect crispy fried chicken chunks doused in butter and maple syrup, atop a fluffy waffle.