When it comes to having supper in Singapore, Simpang Bedok – a stretch of halal eateries that open till late – immediately comes to mind.
Among them, Spize Supper Club is one of the most famous muslim restaurants serving halal food. Besides Simpang Bedok, it also has another branch at River Valley that caters to the hungry late night club goers.
If you ever find yourself hungry in the middle of the night, Spize halal restaurant at Simpang Bedok is probably your best bet.
One of the best things about staying in Singapore is that there are a lot of eating places that open till late at night, and you can always find something to eat even after midnight. Here is a guide on the Late Night Eats and Supper Places in Singapore.
I never thought I would say this: but I am actually kind of addicted to having supper. What’s there not to like about pigging-out in the middle of the night? For those of you who have been around for some time, you would have notice that I hardly blog about Supper places in Singapore. Although i do occasionally (and literally) sneak a snack into bed with me, i usually am not the type to go out for a late night supper.
Remember I blogged about Brotzeit german bier bar & restaurant a while back? It all started with an innocent question: “Brad, where’s a good place for Supper in Singapore?”
Ah Mei, nurtured by Banquet, to vie a share of the market. There’s Ya Kun, with the tradition on their side. And Toastbox, with the Breadtalk group backing them. Not to forget Oldtown, the new kid on the block which hailed from faraway Kuala Lumpur. With competition that tough, they went Halal.