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6 Late-Night Supper Spots In Singapore For The Night Owls

Hungry at night or simply can’t sleep? Here’s where to go for a late-night chow down.

By Sean Yee      29 September 2022

You may be cramming for your finals, completing an urgent report, or binge-watching House of the Dragon in the wee hours of the night, but one thing is for sure – staying up late is always better with delicious food. From a hearty hotpot to delightful Hong Kong-inspired dim sum, there is a whole vibrant culinary food scene that never sleeps.

Put away your frozen pizzas or instant noodles and elevate your midnight dining experience with some of these late-night supper gems. 

7th Heaven KTV & Cafe

Photo: 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe Facebook

Operating Hours: 11.30am to 11pm from Tuesdays to Fridays | 10.30am to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays

Salted Egg Wings, Lychee Smoked Duck Pizzas and Egg Lava Beef Burgers – do you hear that? It’s the sound of your stomach rumbling for these smoking dishes. 

Amid a slumbering city, you and your friends can find refuge at SAFRA Tampines’ 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe. With live band performances to open karaoke sessions, this convivial cafe allows you to lose your inhibitions as you indulge in drinks, song, and a whole lot of laughter. Those looking to wind down for the night can settle for their game consoles or board games. 

Of course, we must talk about the food here as well. Expect to find tempting dishes like Duck Confit, Teriyaki Salmon topped with a generous serving of Truffle Mash, and the ever-favourite Mac & Cheese. 

The band serenades your heart as the food warms your soul – the perfect ending to a night out.

SAFRA Members enjoy a 15% dining discount; more info at safra.sg/amenities-offerings/7th-heaven-ktv

SAFRA Tampines, 1/A Tampines Street 92, #03-02, Singapore 528882; www.7thheavenktvcafe.com


Huo Guo Kung Fu

Photos: Huo Guo Kung Fu Facebook

Operating Hours: 4pm to 2am daily

Feel like feasting like a king on cold, rainy nights? Huo Guo Kung Fu may just be the perfect place for you, with their selection of eight wholesome soup bases, more than 50 types of hotpot ingredients, and your choice of dipping sauces. Those with an appetite for spice can consider its menu of Sichuan dishes, which includes classic favourites like its signature Chong Qing Grilled Fish and deep fried spicy chicken cubes.

If ever you and your friends find yourselves desiring vibrancy in your midnight culinary quest, definitely consider dropping by! 

SAFRA Members enjoy up to 15% discount on non-promotional items; more info at safra.sg/amenities-offerings/HGKF

SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres, #02-05, Singapore 828654; www.facebook.com/huoguokungfusg


Turandot 

Photos: Turandot Facebook

Operating Hours: 4pm to 1am from Mondays to Saturdays

Music and food pair as perfectly as wine and cheese. Turandot can be described as offering the best of both worlds, with an elegant food menu that is further accentuated by live music, six evenings a week. Feast on delectable dishes like Grilled Spanish Pork, Aged Beef Burger, Lobster Rolls, Hawaiian Pizza and Truffle Fries, accompanied by a wide range of beers and inventive cocktails. At this family-friendly restaurant, the whole gang can sing along to the band-of-the-day as they belt out contemporary musical hits.

SAFRA Members enjoy 10% off food and drinks; more info at safra.sg/amenities-offerings/turandot

SAFRA Mount Faber, 2 Telok Blangah Way, #01-09, Singapore 098803; www.facebook.com/Turandot.SG


Hong Chang Frog Porridge & BBQ Fish

Photo: Hong Chang Porridge & BBQ Fish on Tripadvisor

Operating Hours: 3pm to 2am from Tuesdays to Sundays

This supper stalwart has amassed quite a big following of midnight diners despite its rather secluded location along Braddell Road. Reputed for its one-of-a-kind frog porridge and BBQ Sambal Stingray, Hong Chang Frog Porridge & BBQ Fish best exemplifies the heartiness of simple comfort food. Their signature frog porridge dish is really an ingenious combination if you think about it – the generous helping of silky congee beautifully soaks up the thick and flavoursome gravy. And if frog legs aren’t your thing, there’s the usual zi char classics like Sambal Kangkong and Cai Po Omelette to accompany your porridge.

2 Braddell Road, Singapore 359895; Tel: 9160 3125


89.7 Supper Club

Photo: 89.7 Supper Club Facebook

Operating Hours: 24 hours daily

Like its name suggests, 89.7 Supper Club is more of a collection of food stalls than a specific eatery. Frequent diners would know just how extensive its menu is, with a multitude of cuisine types all consolidated within a single multi-paged menu. Hankering for some crispy Roti Prata? 89.7 Supper Club has a whole list of flatbread variants to choose from. Want a simple bowl of noodles? It’ll probably not be as simple to decide given they have a whole array of noodle dishes – from Hor Fun and Hokkien Mee to Wanton Noodles. And the list goes on.  

Changi Village Road, Block 5, #01-2035, Singapore 500005
Geylang East Avenue 3, Block 1016, #01-165, Singapore 389731


126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi 

Photos: 126.com.sg

Operating Hours: 24 hours daily

Some of you reading this may simply be seeking small bites for supper rather than a lavish feast. If so, 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi is just the spot for you. Do not be fooled by the simplicity of its exterior; its dim sum menu has over 100 dishes, ranging from Lo Mai Kai (glutinous chicken rice) and Fried Scallop Rolls to Paper-wrapped Fried Chicken Wings. Unlike other conventional Dim Sum supper spots, this eatery has some of Singapore’s most affordable dim sum dishes (though prices may have increased slightly since the pandemic). 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi may look understated from the outside, but it’s always buzzy and welcoming inside.

126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449; Tel: 6745 4869

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