Pokemon Go has taken Singapore by storm for weeks now, with throngs of Singaporeans gathering at parks, malls and even the streets of Orchard Road and Marine Bay Sands till the wee hours.

Because of this, we’ve decided to create a list of late night eats that are conveniently placed near Pokemon hotspots and places where you can catch the rarest Pokemon.

Don’t expect any fast food joints on this list, it’s all local food that is bound to fuel you up after a long night of Pokemon catching!

1. Night Safari

If you have decided to go to the Night Safari to enjoy both the real and virtual animals, you would probably have stayed long past the closing hours of the Night Safari eateries.

We found the closest eatery to this national attraction, and the good news is they’re open way past the Night Safari. The bad news? They’re a pretty long walk from the Night Safari.

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The essential Singaporean supper, is of course the beloved prata. The prata here is crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside, the way a prata should be.

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The specials here? The Plaster Blaster, an east meets west creation of 2 parata kosong topped with ham, a poached egg and hollandaise sauce.
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If you’re looking for something to share, opt for the Ultimate Murtabak, stuffed with tandorri chicken, mushrooms, cheese, egg and onions. It’s bound to fuel you up after a long night of Pokemon hunting!

Distance: 12 mins by car, 1.5 hrs if you’re walking

Address: No.1, Thong Soon Avenue, 787431
Contact: 6459 5670
Opening Hours: 7am – Midnight

2. NEX

NEX has joined the list of malls that have Pokemons sprawling within its midst. While NEX has its share of fast food joints if you’re craving for something more filling, head over to these eateries that are open way past 10.

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Chomp Chomp has been a favourite late night supper place for those staying around Serangoon. If you’re craving for something spicy, smoky and mouth watering, opt for the BBQ Stringray a firm favourite among loyal patrons.
(Psst, it goes great paired with a giant mug of ice cold sugarcane juice!)

Distance: 6 mins by car, 25 mins if you’re walking

Address: 20 Kensington Park Rd, S557269
Opening Hours: 5pm – Midnight

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A stone’s throw from Chomp Chomp is R.K Eating House, a humble coffeeshop offering simple Indian food. If you’re a sweet tooth, skip the curry and go straight to the Tissue Prata. Drizzled with sweet condensed milk, this is no regular tissue prata, it stands at about 50 cm (the length of a table that sits 4)! Bring your appetite, because this no small feat!

Distance: 6 mins by car, 25 mins if you’re walking

Address: 1A Kensington Park Road, S557253
Opening Hours: 12pm – Midnight

3. Bishan Park

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For those staying in the North and Central Singapore, Upper Thomson is the best place to grab some grub. With quaint cafes serving up some really good coffee in the day and small restaurants offering really affordable and delicious food by night, it’s no surprise that it’s grown so popular.

A great place to get some cheap supper? If you’re a night owl who prowls the island for late supper you would have definitely heard of the Roti Prata House. They have a wide variety of pratas including durian and milo but if you’re a little more traditional stick to the firm favourites.

Distance: 5 mins by car, 23 mins if you’re walking

Address: 246M Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370
Contact: 6459 5260
Opening Hours: 7am – 2am

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Kim San Leng Food Center has made a name of itself, nestled between a supermarket and a block of flats, if you haven’t been around Bishan you might mistake this food center for any other, and you would be sorely mistaken. Kim San Leng Food Center is home to Bugis St Ming Kee Chicken Rice.

Do not fret if the Chicken Rice sells by the time you get there, just a few stalls over is Yu Kee Duck Rice. Growing in popularity and already amassing a loyal following, you won’t be disappointed if you head over to this popular food joint.

Distance: 9 mins by car, 15 mins if you’re walking

Address: 511 Bishan Street 13, S570511
Contact: 6353 8400
Opening Hours: 24 hours

4. Tampines West

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The go to makan place for any night owls in the East, Al-Azhar is a household name among Muslim food lovers. Not only is it 24 hours, the perfect place for Pokemon Go players to head to after a night of Pokemon catching but with wide menu you’re bound to find something to whet your appetite.

This halal food eatery is suppose to have one of the best Naans around. If you’re craving something warm,spicy and slightly smoky get the Butter Naan and Butter Chicken, that is one food pairing that is worth the calories! But don’t take our word for it, head over to Al-Azhar and try them yourself!

Address: Blk 201D Tampines Street 21 #01-1105, S524201
Contact:6785 1265
Opening Hours: 24 hours

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A stone’s throw from Al-Azhar is Saffron’s Cafeteria, if you’re starving and need something to fill your stomach this is the place to head to. A firm favourite among patrons is the Briyani, according our sources the servings are huge, enough to fill two adults and they’re really affordable, at an average price of $6 that is a steal! Best part? It’s 24 hours! So you know where to head to when those midnight Bryani cravings hit!

Address: Blk 201D Tampines Street 21, # 01-1163, S529393
Contact:6787 6010
Opening Hours: 24 hours

5. Chinese Garden

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Craving for some Nasi Lemak at midnight? Then Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is the place to get some supper, this Nasi Lemak place is widely known in the West for its amazing sambal and really soft and coconuty rice. What’s better than having some hearty Nasi Lemak in the wee hours of the morning? Nothing really.

Distance: 7 mins by car, 30 mins if you’re walking

Address: #01-106, 221B Boon Lay Pl, Singapore 642221
Contact: 6266 4466
Opening Hours: 6:30AM–3:30AM

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The curry puff, one of Singapore’s favourite snacks. It’s hearty, a tad spicy and overall a stomach filling snack that is worth the calories. Richie’s Crispy Puff isn’t just your ordinary food shop offering the humble snack, it’s also open 24 hours and it sells several varieties of curry puff from the traditional Curry and Sardine to the unique Lemon Tuna Fish Puff and Vegetarian Curry Puff. Richies’s Crispy Puff is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to start your morning or end your night!

Distance: 8 mins by car, 30 mins if you’re walking

Address: Blk 349 Jurong East Ave 1, #01-1201 S600349
Contact: 6345 5225
Opening Hours: 24 hours

6. Marina Bay Sands

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If you haven’t heard, Marina Bay Sands is now of the few spots in Singapore where you can catch some pretty rare Pokemons, but with so many eateries either closing before 11 or way beyond our price range, Makansutra Gluttons By The Bay is one place you can definitely have you fill under a budget.

Makansutra Gluttons By The Bay is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat no matter the company, if you’re riding solo grab some Mee Goreng from The Old Satay Club or Soon Lee’s Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee. If you’re in a big group, do supper family style, share the famous Huat Huat BBQ Chicken Wings or the Alhambra Padang Satay.

Distance: 3 mins by car, 15 mins if you’re walking

Address: #01-15, 8 Raffles Ave, 039802
Contact: 6336 7025
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs, 5pm-2am; Fri-Sat, 5pm-3am; Sun, 4pm-1am

7. Lot One

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A 5 minute walk from Lot One and Choa Chua Kang, CCK 302 Food House can definitely hold its own. A favourite food haunt for those staying in the West, the convenience of grabbing dinner here after work is only a fraction of its appeal. According to some loyal followers, EVERYTHING here is good. Whether you’re craving for something heavy like Bak Chor Mee, something simple like Economy Bee Hoon or even if you’re just slightly peckish (opt for the Shui Gui), you’re bound to find something that tickles your fancy here. Best part of it? It’s 24 hours!

Distance: 5 mins if you’re walking

Address: 302 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4,  S680302
Opening Hours: 24 hours

With these late night supper places conveniently placed at Pokemon hotspots, now you know when to get some delicious grub to fuel up on after a long night of Pokemon catching!

Also, read Pokemon Go Guide: How To Catch Pikachu & Where To Catch ‘Em All!

 
 
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