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10 Best Late-Night Supper Spots In Bangkok As Recommended By Our Thai Friends, Including 24H Eateries

Best supper spots in Bangkok


Bangkok is a vibrant city that offers a feast for the senses, especially when it comes to the food. From street food to upscale restaurants, the dining scene in Bangkok doesn’t end when the sun sets. To help you satisfy those late-night hunger pangs on your next BKK trip, we’ve tapped into the expertise of our Thai friends to compile a list of supper spots in Bangkok

As a bonus to help Singaporeans satiate their cravings after reading this article, read till the end to find out how you can nab free round-trip flights – and even accommodation – to Bangkok.


1. Jeh O Chula – XXL Tom Yum Mama noodles


Awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand, Jeh O Chula is no stranger to both Thais and Singaporeans. Conveniently located within the city centre, the restaurant draws in crowds ranging from students to working adults, all looking for a satisfying, cheap meal.


XXL MAMA noodles in tom yum soup.

While the restaurant is known for their Instagram-worthy Mama Tom Yum (From ฿150, ~S$5.85), their menu extends far beyond the popular instant noodle dish. You’ll want to go hungry to fully appreciate as many of their offerings as possible, including star dishes like the Crispy Pork Belly (฿100, ~S$3.90) and Shrimp Omelette (฿80, ~S$3.12).

Nearest BTS: National Stadium
Address: 113, Jarat Mueng Alley, Rong Muang, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Opening hours: 4.30pm-12am, Daily
Contact: +66 64 118 5888


2. Guay Jub Ouan Pochana – Street-side rolled noodles



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Jake Kim

Another recipient of the Michelin Bib Gourmand is Guay Jub Ouan Pochana, so you know they’re legit. Situated at Yaowarat, arguably the most famous road in Bangkok’s Chinatown district, the street-side stall has been serving traditional Rolled Rice Noodle Soup (฿60/฿100 ~S$2.32/S$3.86) for over 50 years.


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The iconic dish is served with only spoons, intending for diners to slurp up the rolled noodles bathed in a rich, peppery broth without the assistance of a pair of chopsticks or a fork. You can also opt to add an egg (฿10, ~S$0.39) or youtiao dough fritter (฿10, ~S$0.39) for an extra treat on the side.

Nearest MRT: Wat Mangkon
Address: 408 Yaowarat Road, Khwaeng Chakkrawat, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-12am, Tue-Sun (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: +66 61 782 4223


3. A-Ramen – Customisable ramen with solo dining booths


Table for 1, please. A-Ramen is a 24/7 eatery designed to resemble an old Japanese house, and it features dedicated booths for solo diners. But if you’re here with a company or 2 or more, you can easily fold the shutters away and slurp up some good ol’ ramen with your pals.

The menu has a range of customisable ramen dishes starting from ฿150 (~S$5.79). Throw in your desired toppings and add on side dishes like Gyoza (฿80, ~S$3.09) or Hiyayakko (฿80, ~S$3.09) – a soybean tofu dish garnished with seaweed and a sweet-savoury sauce, for a complete meal.

Nearest MRT: Sam Yan
Address: 1U021-1U023, 1st Floor, Samyan Mitrtown, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: +66 2 219 1519 | A Ramen website 


4. Khoad Yum Huai Khwang – Spicy Thai salads



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Khoad Yum Huai Khwang is located near several massage parlours, making it a great post-massage hangout spot. After all, nothing says quintessential BKK experience quite like a cheap yet shiok massage followed by hearty local nosh.


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Spice lovers will rejoice over the restaurant’s signature spicy salad, available in chicken, salmon, and seafood options from ฿100 (~S$3.91). But for non-spice enthusiasts, rest assured that other dishes like Deep Fried Chicken (฿80, ~S$3.12) and Pork Belly with Fish Sauce (฿80, ~S$3.12) are available to satisfy your late-night hunger pangs.

Nearest MRT: Huai Khwang
Address: 169/72 Ratchadaphisek Road, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400
Opening hours: 2pm-12.50am, Daily
Contact: +66 88 626 2909


5. 25 Degrees Burger – 1-for-1 LA-style burgers from 2am-4am



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25 Degrees Bangkok

Originating from Los Angeles, 25 Degrees Burger is a 24-hour burger chain located within Pullman Bangkok Hotel G. Choose from an all-day breakfast menu or sip on some American diner-style milkshakes. For the night owls craving a sumptuous supper while staying on budget, there is a daily 1-for-1 burger promo from 2am-4am.

If you want to just nua in your accommodation even if you’re not staying at this particular hotel, delivery is available through several platforms. Better yet, ring up the hotel and order directly through the restaurant to score an additional 10% discount.

Nearest BTS: Chong Nonsi
Address: 188 Si Lom, Khwaeng Suriya Wong, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: +66 02 352 4192 | 25 Degrees Burger website


6. Chinda Hotpot – Solo pots for each diner to choose their soup base



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Skip the hassle of playing oh peh som just to determine who gets to choose the soup base. Chinda Hotpot is a cosy 2-storey hotpot restaurant where each diner gets their own solo pot and can choose up to 2 broths for just ฿49 (~S$1.89) each.

The food is presented on a conveyor belt so you can pick and choose your desired hotpot ingredients without worrying about potential language barriers with the staff.


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Have a go at customising your perfect dip from an assortment of sauces and toppings which you can mix and match to enhance the flavours of your meat. However, if you prefer to leave it to the experts, you can request for the staff to prepare their signature sauce.

Nearest MRT: Huai Khwang
Address: 363 Pracha Rat Bamphen Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310
Opening hours: 11am-4am, Daily
Contact: +66 98 335 2460 | Chinda Hotpot website


7. Saengchai Pochana – Affordable seafood in a no-frills setting



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Located just a few BTS stops away from the city centre is a street-side Thai-Chinese zi char restaurant, Saengchai Phochana. Its extensive menu features seafood dishes prepared using different cooking techniques; stir-fried, boiled, steamed – you name it.


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Shayantan Debbarman, Anchisa Pimukwongchai

Like most zi char restaurants, seafood dishes here are mainly charged by weight and seasonal market rates. The differentiation is that the prices are kept modest due to the no-frills setting. Other popular dishes include fried crackling pork (฿150, ~S$5.82), assorted stir-fried veggies (from ฿80, ~S$3.10), and the hearty minced pork soup (฿150, ~S$5.82)

Nearest BTS: Thong Lor
Address: 762 5-7 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 6pm-3am, Daily
Contact: +66 81 376 0150


8.  Best Beef Sukhumvit – Free mookata for children below 100cm



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An authentic mookata feast should be on your itinerary when you visit Thailand. For carnivores, drop by Best Beef Sukhumvit, an outdoor mookata restaurant. Their menu offers a wide range of seafood and Australian beef that can be grilled to perfection, or cooked in a savoury broth.


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For a mere ฿339 (~S$13.17), you can enjoy a variety of food all-you-can-eat style for 2 hours. Families with little ones, you’re in luck; children up to 100cm in height get to dine for free while kids between 100-120cm tall will only be charged ฿178 (~S$6.92) for a filling meal.

Nearest MRT: On Nut
Address: 1490, 2 Sukhumvit Road, Khwaeng Phra Khanong, Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-12am | Sat-Sun 11am-12am
Contact: +66 2 742 9416


9. Zhong Phalo Duck – Famous duck dishes



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Fans of succulent duck meat will be thrilled to learn about this gem hidden in a local suburb. Besides the duck dishes like Roast Duck Noodles (฿250, ~S$9.78) and Thai Kway Chap with Braised Duck (฿160, ~S$6.26), Zhong Phalo Duck offers other Thai delicacies like Mussels (฿150, ~S$5.86) and Crispy Pork Belly (฿150, ~S$5.86) as well. 


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ร้านซ้งเป็ดพะโล้ แยกวังหิน Delivery, Bharamaet Tuamsakol

The restaurant is open from the early morning till the wee hours of the night, so you can satisfy your duck cravings at any time of the day. There is also ample seating so you won’t have to worry about long wait times. 

Address: 82 Lad Prao Wanghin Road, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230
Opening hours: 9am-4am, Daily
Contact: +66 02 570 4080


10. Jae Daeng Thai-Esan – Fiery Northeastern Thai cuisine



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If you’re brave enough to handle the heat, make your way to Jae Daeng Thai-Esan for an authentic taste of Northeastern Thai cuisine. Test your taste buds and push your spice tolerance to new limits with their Papaya Salad with Grilled Pork (฿120, ~S$4.64), Tom Yum (from ฿110.50, ~S$4.28), and Fried Beef in Hot Thai Curry (฿130, ~S$5.03).


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Located 15 minutes away by foot, this restaurant is a great place to refuel after an intense shopping spree at the Pratunam Night Market or taking in the breathtaking cityscape from the Baiyoke Sky Hotel Observation Deck.

Nearest BTS: Ratchathewi
Address: 386 Phetchaburi Road, Thung Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-3am, Daily
Contact: +66 81 550 9989


Complete your BKK supper experience with Singha beer

Speaking of supper, no late-night foodie gathering would be complete without a can of beer. And when it comes to Thai food in particular, trust Thai beer to be specially formulated to complement those signature tastes blending sweet, sour, and fiery spice.

Singha beer has been a crowd favourite thanks to the fact the brand uses only the finest ingredients. Premium barley and special hops are brewed slowly using pure water, resulting in crisp and refreshing gulps with a bold flavour. 

If you’re already planning your next trip to Thailand and putting together a list of things to do in Bangkok, here’s some good news. Singha beer has a giveaway where you can stand a chance to win a pair of tickets to Bangkok with accommodations covered.

From 1st-30th April 2023, you can win prizes just by purchasing a 6-pack of Singha 320ml beer cans in Singapore. The prizes up for grabs are a pair of round-trip tickets to Bangkok, complete with 4D3N hotel accommodations worth $3,000 for 2 winners, as well as exclusive Singha cooler bag merch worth $68 for 10 winners.

To enter the lucky draw, simply SMS the details of your Singha beer purchase receipt to +65 8533 3660 by 30th April 2023 in this format: SinghaTS<Space>Full name<Space>Amount Spent<Space>Receipt Number. Check out the full T&Cs for the Singha travel giveaway.

Here’s the best part – multiple entries per person is permitted, so every purchase of a Singha 6-pack increases your chances of winning. Stock up on those beers and jio your friends for your next drinking sesh. Who knows – you might be the lucky one flying out to the Land of Smiles for free.

Find out more about Singha Beer


This post was brought to you by Singha Beer.
Cover image adapted from: Jake Kim, @champ_putai

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