It’s 2am in the morning and you’re famished from partying and drinking all night. We’ve all been there – been drunk, tired, and hungry but with nowhere to eat.
Besides good old McDonald’s, there are actually quite a few places in Singapore you can go to feed your hungry soul at odd hours of the night/morning. So, instead of stuffing your face with french fries and chicken nuggets, head down to one of these popular supper spots – they’re sure to curb those post-clubbing hunger pangs!
1. Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Café
For those of you who crave sweet desserts in the odd hours of the morning, make a trip down to Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Café, a Korean Bingsu cafe that is open 24/7!
If you want something cold to combat all that alcohol you’ve been downing, try the Snow White bingsu ($18.80). The cheese strips and white chocolate meld into one beautiful dessert, giving you a refreshing bowl of milky shaved ice to dig into.
The Garlic Cheese Injeolmi toast ($9.90) will awaken your tastebuds as you dig into the buttered slices of bread toasted with garlic cheese. Cut open the toast to reveal bits of chewy mochi, injeolmi powder and almond slices! Definitely a sweet way to end the night!
Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Café
Address: 534 North Bridge Road Singapore, Singapore 188749 (opposite Bugis Junction)
Opening Hours: Daily, 24 hrs
2. The Ramen Stall
Having hearty Japanese fare in the wee hours of the morning is now a reality, thanks to The Ramen Stall, which is certified halal. They serve an impressive range of Japanese favourites, including Ramen, Sushi, and Rice Don.
The flaming hot bowl of Volcano Ramen ($11) is comfort food for the drunk soul, especially after a long night of partying. The chicken-based broth is robust in flavour and contains slices of chicken cha shu and bamboo shoot. You can also choose from three levels of spiciness!
The Ramen Stall
Address: 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 5pm – 6am; Sat – Sun, PH: 12pm – 6am
3. Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen
Boasting authentic Thai flavours at affordable prices, Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen is a stall that never sleeps, just like its country of origin – Bangkok.
Day or night, there’s never a bad time for Pad Thai. The Pad Thai ($6.50), a Thai favourite in Singapore, has all the good stuff – prawns, eggs, diced beancurd, crushed peanuts, and beansprouts.
The Chicken Green Curry ($6), filled with a generous serving of tender chicken is just the right amount of creamy. Order a bowl of rice – or two – to finish up every last drop of the curry!
Aroy Dee Thai Restaurant
Address: Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen Street, #01-12
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 11.30am – 6am
4. Casuarina Curry House
Prata is a popular supper option in Singapore and Casuarina Curry Restaurant is a hotspot for prata lovers in town.
The plain prata ($1.30) is light, fluffy, and not too oily. With a crispy texture and slightly buttery taste, the pratas here are hugely satisfying.
Casuarina Curry House pays tribute to local flavours with its Ondeh Ondeh prata ($4.90). While slightly pricey for prata, its unique flavour makes it worth every buck. The crispy tissue prata is folded with pandan jelly cubes, a scoop of coconut ice cream, shredded coconut, and is drizzled with gula melaka.
Casuarina Curry House
Address: 136 & 138 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579524
Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 12am
5. Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice (Jalan Besar)
Nothing is as delightful as a saucy, messy plate of curry rice when the city is fast asleep. This glorious plate of scissors-cut rice at Jalan Besar is liquid gold for late night party-goers. Slap a pork cutlet, braised cabbage, and a gooey fried egg onto your rice! As with any cai fun store, the price differs depending on what ingredients you pick, but the price hovers around $3.
If you have extra calories to spare, add the Ngoh Hiang to your rice – it has a nice crunch from the water chestnuts within the fried, crispy skin.
The best part of this hearty and economical meal is the mixture of 4 different types of sauces on the mountain of food – curry, braised gravy, chilli oil, and chilli sauce. A beautiful mess indeed.
Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice (Jalan Besar)
Address: 229 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208905
Opening Hours: Daily, 11.30am – 3.30am
6. 333 Bak Kut Teh
Never let your cravings for Bak Kut Teh go unsatisfied again with 333 Bak Kut Teh, another joint that opens 24 hours daily.
The Pork Ribs Soup ($7) is made with a blend of pepper and various other spices, giving it a kick that will jolt you awake. The flavoursome and lean pork ribs are tender, pairing beautifully with the peppery broth. Dunk the you tiao into the broth to make these fried dough sticks even more addictive.
333 Bak Kut Teh
Address: 333 Balestier Road, Singapore 329765
Opening Hours: Daily, 12am – 12pm
And there you have it – a list of places that offer hearty meals to curb those post-clubbing hunger pangs. With these, you won’t have to go home hungry after your wild nights out!
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