15 Muslim-Friendly Midnight Makan Menus To Grab Late Night Snacks From

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We’ve all been there. It’s late, the clock’s ticking, and no matter how hard you try, you just can’t sleep. Or maybe it’s another night of burning the midnight oil, latent stress of deadlines impeding your rest. Or perhaps you’re just a night owl, preferring to expand your energy when the moon is high in the sky. Whatever the reason, past a certain hour, after the remnants of your dinner has long evaporated, hunger pangs start once more, rendering ineffective whatever it is you’re trying to accomplish.

The next time this happens, instead of subsisting on yet another packet of chips, grab your keys and wallet, and head down to one of these Muslim-friendly late-night establishments. Better yet, call a few of your fellow insomniacs for a late-night food hunting session – after all, food always tastes better when enjoyed with others right?

Featuring everything from dim sum to full-fledged zi char restaurants – yes, there is more to Muslim-friendly late-night snacking in Singapore than your usual prata options – here is a list of 15 places that offer midnight makan menus suitable for our Muslim friends. Because when living in a food haven like Singapore, you should never have to go hungry regardless of the hour!

Al Ameen Eating House

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The north of Singapore isn’t exactly known for having a generous spread of food places to dine at, and this problem is compounded when you consider options available long after dark. Thankfully, Al-Ameen is here to provide late-night sustenance with their flavourful array of Indian food.

Even during the later hours, instead of settling for a premade prata, feel free to request for a fresh one to be made for you instead. For a light yet addictive snack, dip their coin pratas in your choice of curry for an easy-to-pop treat!

35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3
Singapore 739257
Tel: +65 6366 1740
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Woodlands
** Multiple outlets islandwide.


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Synonymous with late-night goers for supper fare, Al-Azhar’s hearty Indian-Muslim food is very much welcomed after a long night of activities. Boasting an extensive menu that includes everything from traditional Indian dishes to Thai seafood, there’s always a freshly cooked meal waiting for you regardless of the hour at Al-Azhar.

If you head to their refurbished Bukit Timah outlet, you can enjoy Italian and Mediterranean cuisine items on top of their usual selection. Be warned – the restaurant starts to fill up quickly once the sun begins to set!

11 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599736
Tel: +65 6466 5052
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Beauty World
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

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Far in the West corner of Singapore is Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak (BLPNL), a long-time supper favourite for those living in the vicinity. Contrary to your usual stalls, this stall’s queue mainly picks up after 10pm, when throngs of tired students and office workers start to congregate.

The longevity of this brand isn’t just from its monopoly of the West side’s supper crowd. So prominent is its nasi lemak’s reputation – their chicken wings are fried to golden perfection – that it is one of the only places in Singapore where you can request for islandwide delivery with no minimum order!

221B Boon Lay Place
Boon Lay Place Food Village, #01-106
Singapore 642221
Tel: +65 6266 4466
Mon: 4.30pm – 3.30am
Tue to Sun: 6.30am – 3.30am
Nearest Station: Lakeside

Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House Siew Mai, Har Kow and Steamed Golden Sand Bun


Feeling peckish past midnight and want some bite-sized items instead of an overly heavy meal? If you’re tired of settling for heavy and oily options, pop by food haven, Simpang Bedok, to satiate your hunger with some Halal-certified dim sum!

A rare sight to behold considering how most teahouses stop serving dim sum before dinner, Enak Enak thrives off the thick throngs of insomniacs that frequent its establishment. To help narrow down their offerings for when you next covet these morsels, start off with their Har Kow and Pan Fried Carrot Cake.

340/342 Bedok Road
Singapore 469524
Tel: +65 6246 1211
Daily: 10am – 6am
Nearest Station: Tanah Merah
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Encik Tan Claypot Rice

Many dishes make up the foundation of Singapore’s delicious fare, however, many of the non-Malay cuisine items are inaccessible to our Muslim friends due to dietary restrictions. Wanting to fill this gap, Encik Tan offers a mixture of local Chinese favourites under its Halal-certified brand.

Craving Muslim-friendly fishball noodles as a post-OT supplement? Longing for the heartiness of wanton noodles to perk you up during a long night? Now every single Singaporean can enjoy the full extent of our local food collective, and at all hours of the day!

(Take note that only these following outlets are 24-hour: Northpoint City, Our Tampines Hub, Waterway Point and Changi Airport T3)

930 Yishun Avenue 2
Northpoint City North Wing, #01-07
Singapore 769098
Tel: +65 6370 1155
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Yishun
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Kampung Glam Cafe

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Located just off Arab Street under the splendour of the area’s Sultan Mosque, Kampung Glam Café is a decently-sized café popular with the area’s residents and tourists alike. Typically crowded during meal times, you can find many tables enjoying their hefty plates of Nasi Lemak and dipping Roti Kirai into vibrant curries.

Night owls can enjoy authentic Kampung fare with a side of people-watching whilst seated by the bustling late-night crowd that populate the picturesque Bussorah Street.

17 Bussorah Street
Singapore 199438
Tel: +65 6294 1697
Tue to Sun: 8am – 2am
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Bugis / Nicoll Highway

Mak's Hawerant

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While zi char stalls are aplenty in Singapore, finding one that is Muslim-friendly is a more difficult task. Add on the criterion of staying open past midnight and you’ll be really squeezed for choices. However, you live in the East, there’s one such option at your doorstep, Mak’s Place.

Standing out not only with its diverse menu of Chinese-Muslim dishes but also its scrumptious fare – the Butter Sotong is a must-try – Mak’s Place is a wonderful location for when you’re looking for something more substantial a tad after traditional closing hours. Fair notice: while the food is usually worth the wait, expect a slow service on most days.

401 Changi Road
Singapore 419847
Tel: +65 6844 765
Tue, Thu to Sun: 4pm – 1am
Wed: 4.30pm – 1am
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Kembangan

Mr Teh Tarik

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For late-hour cravings of all things local, find your way to Mr Teh Tarik Eating House for an eclectic and appetising array of zi char favourites and local delights. Fantastic for night-owls in bigger groups, the extensive fare is bound to satisfy even your fussiest member while keeping prices economical for all.

If zi char is too heavy a supper option, why not try some of their bestselling single-dish mains such as the enticingly aromatic Halal chicken rice or the burnished crisp of a protein penyet of your choice? Don’t forget to round off your meal with a helping of putu piring of Haig Road’s fame!

728 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6
Singapore 560728
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Ang Mo Kio
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

RK Eating House Tissue Prata

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For the ultimate late-night prata experience, look no further than R.K. Eating House. Sure, prata houses are a dime in a dozen, but what makes R.K. a notable exception is simple: abundant (really abundant) food at seriously affordable prices.

Most renowned for their tissue prata, for just S$5.50, you will be met with a magnificent towering behemoth drizzled in your choice of sauce or syrup. And yes, it tastes just as good as its more conservatively-sized counterparts. If that isn’t enough of a challenge, wash it down with an equally colossal 5-litre milo or teh tarik tower.

1 Kensington Park Road
Singapore 557253
Tel: +65 6356 9003
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Serangoon

Spize Burger

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If you head over to Simpang Bedok, a stretch famed for late-night Muslim-friendly food options, there’s a good chance that most of the crowd there is converged around Spize. With a menu as comprehensive as theirs – Thai food? Check. Indian food? Check. Mediterranean food? That’s a check too. – it’s no wonder Spize is a magnet for supper food hunters!

Besides the usual prata options, Spize things up a little by trying their Mediterranean – the hummus is a surprisingly enjoyable number – and Thai fare. Alternatively, go for the perky Spize Burger, a favourite among the younger crowd for its easy-to-chow build and toothsome finish.

336 Bedok Road
Bedok Shopping Complex
Singapore 469512
Tel: +65 6337 7493
Sun to Thurs, Sun: 10am – 3am
Fri & Sat: 10am – 3.30am
Nearest Station: Bedok
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Srisun Express

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A quintessential supper food item, pratas are many of our choice of comfort food during the late hours of the night. Sri Sun Express knows that, and has spent the decades refining its prata menu to include a staggering 54 unique prata flavours!

Instead of settling for traditional flavours like egg and cheese, why not reinvigorate your faltering energy with their signature Sugar Rush Prata instead? For those in a big group (or looking for a challenge), liven up the table by ordering their jumbo three-litre tall drink tower to round off the night.

56 Serangoon Garden Way
Singapore 555952
Tel: +65 6282 2325
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Lorong Chuan
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Tang Tea House Dim Sum

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No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. There is another Muslim-friendly, late-night dim sum spot! Located mainly in the East as well, Tang Tea House is helmed by a kitchen team of Shanghainese chefs who have spent multiple years refining the art of dim sum making.

Be it dim sum staples such as siew mai, golden sand buns, or your favourite paus, at Tang, you can look forward to quality dim sum items easily comparable to any other respected establishment. Complement these goodies with popular zi char mains – we’re looking at the delectable Beef Hor Fun – for a fulfilling supper meal experience that’s both easy on your stomach as it is on your wallet.

357/359 Bedok Road
Singapore 469545
Tel: +65 6445 9100
Sun to Thu: 11am – 2am
Fri & Sat: 11am – 3am
Nearest Station: Tanah Merah
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

The Ramen Stall

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Want something other than prata for supper? Now you can add ramen to your list of supper places! At The Ramen Stall – sister brand to The Ramen House – not only do you get your pick of ramen, you’ve the main entourage of a typical Japanese restaurant menu at your disposal as well.

If a warm bowl of noodles isn’t sufficient to rejuvenate your spirit during cooler nights, turn up the heat with the stall’s signature Volcano Ramen. In the unlikely event that the chilli-padi-infused fiery red broth doesn’t heat you right up, few other things will!

787 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198755
Tel: +65 6655 0800
Mon to Fri: 5pm – 5am
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 5am
Nearest Station: Lavender

Yassim Kampung Prawn Tanghoon

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Designed to look as though you’ve just stepped into a kampung village of days yonder, Yassin Kampung Seafood holds within its space a rustic, timeworn charm reminiscent of not just a cultural, but also a culinary past.

True to its moniker, the brand specialises in old-school dishes, moderated for the modern palate by galvanising old combinations with contemporary ingredients. Traditionalists can look towards classics like the 3-Flavoured Fish and Chilli Crab, while those looking for more unique options can try the intriguing durian chicken and their striking ma la offerings.

676 Woodlands Drive 71
Singapore 730676
Tel: +65 6667 3481
Mon to Thu, Sun: 11am – 1am
Fri & Sat: 11am – 2am
Nearest Station: Admiralty
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

89.7 Supper Club Chicken Rice

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It’s late at night, your stomach’s rumbling, and you’re craving everything yet nothing at the same time. But where can you head to at this late an hour to satiate your cravings? Simple, pop by 89.7 Supper Club and let its huge variety direct your whims instead!

With all major cuisines offered here – Chinese (including dim sum!), Indian, Malay and Western – pick your favourites off its zi char styled menu, kick back with a drink, and let the comfort of having warm, late-night food revitalise you. (Pst, don’t overlook their chicken rice; its fragrant rice and silken chicken makes it worth the trip!)

5 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500005
Tel: +65 6214 1897
Open 24 hours
Nearest Station: Changi Airport
** Multiple outlets islandwide.