It is 5am and you’re just done with a long day after an entire night of OT (or partying and clubbing).
Hunger pangs start to kick in and while this definitely isn’t a problem for most of us during the daytime—given the countless edible options in our foodie nation—there would be a serious headache if you’re hungry during ungodly hours.
If you’re tired of calling up McDonald’s delivery services and are looking for something along the lines of a piping hot bowl of bak kut teh, fishball noodles or dim sum, fret not for here are 10 eateries in Singapore that are open 24/7.
126 WEN DAO SHI
Nestled within the folds of supper haven Geylang, 126 Wen Dao Shi is a hot spot for those in search of cheap and good dim sum. Unlike usual eateries, 126 Wen Dao Shi is most crowded at midnight—a testament to their popularity amongst the crowd.
They may not be the most polished of eateries around, but make no mistake that for what they lack in outer appearance, they compensate greatly in food. Some of our all-time favourite items to get are their Soft-Shell Crab, Liu Sha Bao and their Man Tou with Chilli Crab Sauce.
126 Sims Avenue
Tel: +65 6746 4757
Nearest Station: Aljunied
333 BAK KUT TEH
Does the idea of having piping hot, peppery soup and biting into fall-off-the-bone pork ribs at 3am tickle your fancy?
Located along Balestier Road, 333 Bak Kut Teh is one of the few places in Singapore serving bak kut teh round-the-clock. What’s more, you’d be glad to know that a large portion will only set you back by S$10 so you don’t have to worry about splurging.
567 Balestier Road
Tel: +65 6352 6192
Nearest Station: Toa Payoh
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CAFEELA ROTI PRATA & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
Located along the foodie stretch of Jalan Kayu, Cafeela Roti Prata & Seafood Restaurant is one of the most popular eateries for many hungry owls to grab roti prata and hearty mains.
Their menu offers a wide variety of options to choose from, including tom yam soup, fried kway teow and fish head curry on top of lots of prata choices!
254 Jalan Kayu
Tel: +65 6483 5477
Nearest Station: Thanggam (Sengkang LRT)
DIANDIN LELUK THAI RESTAURANT
There is no lack of Thai food options when you find yourself wandering around Singapore’s little Thailand, Golden Mile Complex but one of the more prominent stand-outs is Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant.
Its menu is comprehensive and nothing is overly expensive. For first-timers, make it a point to try out their Phad Thai and Thai Mango Salad!
5001 Beach Road
#01-67/68/69 Golden Mile Complex
Tel: +65 6293 5101
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FEI FEI WANTON NOODLE
Nestled in a small corner in Joo Chiat, a hidden gem in the east with loads of shophouses and food options to explore, Fei Fei Wanton Noodle is a go-to for many people residing in the East.
While their rendition may not take the cake as the best wanton noodles in Singapore, it will definitely curb any midnight cravings for wanton noodles.
72 Joo Chiat Place
Tel: +65 9777 7988
Nearest Station: Eunos
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MING FA FISHBALL
While most may know of their outlet along Upper Thomson Road which also opens till late, Ming Fa Fishball has another outlet in Ang Mo Kio that is open 24 hours!
Look forward to slurping up QQ noodles together with generous helpings of minced pork, meatballs, slices of lean pork and mushrooms. They also offer a huge range of side dishes as accompaniments to your meal.
529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2361
Tel: +65 9671 8078
Nearest Station: Ang Mo Kio
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If you happen to be around the area of Bukit Timah, hop over to Mr Prata where they serve over 30 varieties of prata.
On top of that, Mr Prata also serves North Indian delights such as chapati and naan, burgers and even pasta dishes so you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice!
26 Evans Road #01-02
Tel: +65 6235 6993
Nearest Station: Botanic Gardens
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NEW MAHAMOODIYA RESTAURANT
Easties may wish to pop by New Mahamoodiya Restaurant for a filling supper. Located right beside Simpang Bedok, this eatery is an extremely popular spot no matter for breakfast or supper and for good reason.
Try out their signature Coin Prata Set—paired with mutton curry, each coin prata is crispy on the outside yet retains a soft and fluffy interior.
335 Bedok Road
Tel: +65 6243 2086
Nearest Station: Bedok
WONG CHIEW RESTAURANT
A hidden gem nestled in Upper Thomson, Wong Chiew Restaurant has been around for over a decade now. While it hasn’t gotten much limelight, trust us when we say that these folks are worth a visit.
Opened 24-hours a day, they dish out anything from roast meat, various rice and noodle dishes, dim sum as well as their signature Kampung Chicken.
Wong Chiew Eating House
19 Sembawang Road
Tel: +65 6456 6838
Nearest Station: Khatib/ Yio Chu Kang
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YONG HE EATING HOUSE
Located just a couple of streets away from 126 Wen Dao Shi, Yong He Eating House is your best bet if you’re hankering after something more comforting and less heavy on flavour, albeit satisfying nonetheless.
Go for their Mee Sua or Taiwanese Oyster Omelette for something more hearty and sinful. If you’re feeling adventurous, make it a point to order up a portion of their popular Salty Beancurd!
458 Geylang Road
Tel: +65 6745 5682
Nearest Station: Aljunied