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20 Best 24-Hour Restaurants In Singapore To Jio Your Friends To For Supper

6th November 2023

Best 24-hour restaurants in Singapore


Whether you feel like nibbling on something before bed, or wake up in the middle of the night to the alarm of a growling stomach, these 20 restaurants that are open 24/7 are perfect to satisfy late-night cravings. Plus, they’re some of the best supper places in Singapore.


1. 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi


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Those who want a few light bites predawn can pop by 126 Wen Dao Shi for a large range of affordable dim sum. Their fried options fare better than their steamed ones, and we recommend their Shrimp Dumplings ($4+ for four pieces) that are filled with generous servings of prawns and have a silky smooth skin. 126’s Chee Chong Fun (from $4+) is another must-order for a different version from the usual—these are coated in a thick, sweet sauce instead of the more common light soya sauce.  

Address: 126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6746 4757
Website
126 Dim Sum is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Srisun Express


We can’t talk about supper haunts without bringing up prata. Srisun Express offers over 50 varieties of prata in addition to a menu of Indian cuisine and massive drink towers, making it perfect for group outings. If you can’t decide between sweet or savoury, get Cheese & Honey Prata ($4.30+) for a sweet-salty combination of stretchy cheese and sweet honey. They also have Iced Teh ($2+), Iced Kopi Cino ($3+) and more to quench your thirst!

Read our Srisun Express review.

Website | Full list of outlets
Srisun is a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Yong He Eating House


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Change up your supper routine with Yong He Eating House’s Taiwanese breakfast fare. The less common Saltish Beancurd ($2.20), which pairs the mild sweetness of tau huay with minced meat and sesame oil, is worth a try. Nibble on You Tiao ($1.80) between spoonfuls for some crunch. For something more substantial, slurp your way through a comforting bowl of Mee Sua ($4.80) or Braised Minced Pork Rice ($4.80) that are available from lunchtime onwards.

Read our Yong He Eating House review.

Address: 458 Geylang Road, Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 389417
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Yong He Eating House is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Fei Fei Wanton Mee


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Something about Fei Fei Wanton Mee’s Wanton Noodles ($6) evokes childhood memories. Springy and bouncy egg noodles, a generous amount of lean char siew, and dumplings bursting with meaty flavour make a satisfying meal any time of the day. Fei Fei’s wanton mee is on the savoury side with lard-fragranced noodles. Stir in a spoonful of their signature chilli paste for added flavour.

Address: 45 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427769
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Fei Fei Wanton Mee is not a halal-certified restaurant.


5. Al-Jasra Restaurant


Drifting off to sleep on a full stomach is perhaps one of the most blissful feelings. That’s where Al-Jasra’s Prata Buffet ($7.90) can help. They have over 16 types of prata on their menu, covering sweet and savoury options. We liked their Masala Prata best for its masala curry filling, so intensely flavoured we didn’t even need to dunk it in curry. The Honey Prata was unexpectedly impressive, tasting like a better version of plain prata dipped in sugar and could almost pass off as a thicker version of dessert crepes you’d find in cafes.

Read our Al-Jasra’s prata buffet review.

Address: 459 Changi Road, Singapore 419882
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6742 5786
Website
Al-Jasra is a halal-certified restaurant.

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6. Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant


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For those who stay in the North or North-East side of Singapore, it’s never too late or too early to satisfy prata cravings at Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant. The halal-certified eatery serves Indian, Chinese, and Thai cuisine, but you’ll find us here for classic Butter Naan ($3.20) and spicy Nasi Goreng Thai ($7.50).

Address: 258 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799487
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6481 2009
Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant is a halal-certified restaurant.


7. Ming Fa Fishball


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With 13 outlets around Singapore, Ming Fa Fishball is a big player in the noodle business. However, their Ang Mo Kio outlet is the only one that’s open 24/7. The star dish here is their Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle ($5.50). We’re big fans of their large and chewy meatballs that are made and sold on the spot. The pork slices and liver are also cooked till tender and the braised mushrooms packed in loads of flavour.

Website | Full list of locations
Ming Fa is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Akbar 24 Hours Restaurant


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Indian-Muslim eatery Akbar is one to visit if you’re in the Tanjong Pagar area and have some late-night cravings. Located within the Klapstar Boutique Hotel, this eatery has a variety of prata dishes, and mamak staples, ranging from mee goreng to murtabak that’ll hit the spot. They’re surprisingly affordable for the Tanjong Pagar ‘hood too, with meals setting you back $3 to $5 with a drink. Note they also have a drive-thru concept for drivers who can order now, and pick up later.

Address: 2 Lim Teck Kim Road, Singapore 088933
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6324 2559
Akbar 24 Hours is a Muslim-owned eatery.


9. BK Eating House


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BK Eating House is a Clarke Quay classic for late-night feasts, especially if you’re just done clubbing. There are a handful of Asian food stalls, including Thai and Indian-Muslim food,  it the main attraction is the bak chor mee stall and their Dry Mee Sua ($5), which comes with a heaping dose of minced pork, sliced pork, pork balls, and liver, all tossed in a mouthwatering chilli sauce. 

Address: 21 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058661
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 24 hours
BK Eating House is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. RK Eating House


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RK Eating House is a stanchion in the Serangoon Gardens area, thanks to their varied prata menu, and other Indian-Muslim food options served up till late. Prata prices start from around $2, and you can pick different types, whether it be plaster prata, coin prata, or your regular filled prata. One must-try here is the RK Special Prata (from $12+), also known as the Tsunami Prata. This ugly delicious delight sees two plain prata doused with curry and sambal, served with tandoori chicken and mutton pieces, all topped with a runny egg.

Address: 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6289 5379
RK Eating House is a halal-certified eatery.


11. McDonald’s 


It wouldn’t be a list talking about the best 24-hour supper spots in Singapore without mentioning the perennial favourite, McDonald’s. This fast-food giant has outlets across the country, including 24-hour eateries in Orchard, Toa Payoh, Serangoon, Ang Mo Kio, and plenty more. Some of these have drive-through options too! Swing by any of these to pick up your late-night McSpicy fix and more.

Website | Full list of locations
McDonald’s is a halal-certified eatery.


12. Smile Dessert


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Singapore is home to many dessert cafes open till late, but few of them open 24 hours. Smile Dessert in Bras Basah is an exception. The three-storey dessert cafe made waves for their IG-worthy decor, as well as their variety of souffle pancake and bingsu desserts. Goma lovers can try their Tiramisu Souffle ($16.90), which comes with pancakes and ice cream. Otherwise, the Taro Matcha Snow Ice ($17.90) is another bestseller, where aromatic green tea snow ice is served with condensed milk and QQ taro balls.

Read our Smile Dessert review.

Address: 534 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 188749
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6232 7801
Smile Dessert is not a halal-certified eatery.

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13. Meng’s Kitchen


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Also known as Ming Fa, this fishball noodles and bak chor mee joint along Upper Thomson Road has been a beloved 24-hour supper staple for ages. Some say their bak chor mee rivals some of Singapore’s best stalls, and it is no surprise, given that their recipe dates back to 1946. If you’re looking for something a little different to the usual BCM, try their Chicken Cutlet Noodles (price TBD), which comes with crispy chicken katsu, and QQ noodles.

Address: 246B Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6455 4890
Meng’s Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.


14. Settlers Cafe


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Located just five minutes away by foot from Farrer Park MRT Station is Settlers Cafe, a board game cafe with private rooms. Do note that you have to pay $7 per hour while playing board games, and while you’re there, you have to order at least a beverage or food of your choice. Their menu is extensive with items such as the Sambal Baked Rice ($16.90) and Enchanted Scrambled with Turkey Bacon ($15.90) burger. There are also waffles, ice cream, acai bowls and more!

Address: Serangoon Road, 562, Singapore 218178
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 8045 8000
Settlers Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


15. Takagi Ramen


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With more than 10 outlets across the country, Takagi Ramen offers Japanese ramen at nett prices. Their Miso Shoyu Ramen ($9.20) and Black Shoyu Ramen ($9.20) are constant favourites among patrons! You can upgrade your meal to a set by paying an additional $3.50 or $4.50. The former comes with hot tea and edamame, while the latter offers you hot tea with gyoza, ebi fry, or takoyaki. 

Read our Takagi Ramen review

Website | Full list of locations
Takagi Ramen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Balestier Bak Kut Teh


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Balestier Bak Kut Teh is one of the more popular bak kut teh places in Singapore. Start with their Classic Bak Kut Teh Soup ($7++) or Premium Loin Ribs ($12++) for something fancier. To pair with your pork rib soup, there’s the crowd favourite Braised Pork Belly ($6++) or Braised Trotters ($6++/$8++) available. If you’re an adventurous foodie, they offer unique renditions of bak kut teh here, including Mala BKT ($19.80++) that features pork ribs, pig stomach, sliced pork, and meatballs in a mala-spiked soup

Address: 365/369 Balestier Road, Singapore 329785
Opening hours:  Daily 24 hours
Website
Balestier Bak Kut Teh is not a halal-certified eatery. 


17. Mongkok DimSum


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Another 24-hour dim sum eatery on this list is Mongkok DimSum in Geylang. Prices here are reasonably priced, making it an ideal supper spot for when you want to try a bit of everything. Their menu sees an extensive selection of buns, dim sum, and porridge. There’s the Steamed Pork Belly Bun ($8+) and Custard Bun ($4.50+), which are said to be must-tries while you’re there. The Pork Cutlet with Egg Fried Rice ($11.50+), Mongkok’s Pork Dumpling ($4.50+), and Steamed Carrot Cake ($4.50+) make for perfect dishes to share among your friends and family.

Read our Mongkok DimSum review.

Address: 214 Geylang Road, Singapore 389274
Opening hours:  Daily 24 hours
Website
Mongkok DimSum is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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18. Coffeesmith


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If you’re looking for a spot to burn the midnight oil, Coffeesmith at Orchardgateway is the place to head to. They offer a good selection of drinks and desserts to accompany you through the night such as the Injeolmi Toast ($7.90) and Cheese Injeolmi Toast ($8.90). You can also get a cup of Americano by paying an additional $3. Else, there’s also sandwiches here, including the popular Salmon Croissant ($12.90).

Address: 277 Orchard Road, #01-09 09A, Orchardgateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Website
Coffeesmith is not a halal-certified eatery.


19. 89.7 Supper Club


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There’s bound to be something for everyone at 89.7 Supper Club as their menu carries a wide range of dishes, including Nasi Goreng ($4.50) and Deep Fried Shrimps with Mayonnaise ($4). If you want a substantial meal, we recommend their Butter Chicken Masala ($8) with a side of Kway Teow Goreng ($4.50). Else, their dim sum such as Haw Kaw ($4) and Steamed Salted Egg Pau ($3.50) make for great sharing plates with your friends. 

Geylang outlet
Address: 1016 Geylang East Avenue 3, #01-165, Singapore 389731
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours

Changi Village outlet
Address: Changi Village Road 5, Singapore 500005
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours

Website
89.7 Supper Club is a halal-certified eatery.


20. Kazutake Ramen


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Kazutake Ramen is a late-night gem in Ang Mo Kio that serves wallet-friendly Japanese food with the likes of don, ramen, yakitori and more. For those feeling peckish, you have nine don options to choose from, including Salmon Aburi Don ($13.50) and Truffle Chirashi Don ($15.50). A good pairing with their don is Torimomo ($9.90), which is essentially eight types of skewers.

Read our Kazutake Ramen review

Address: 530 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-2381, Singapore 560530
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Website
Kazutake Ramen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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24-hour restaurants for supper in Singapore


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