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10 Places With Late-Night Food Delivery Services For When You Inevitably Go Hungry In The Wee Hours

Late-night food delivery in Singapore, with 24-hour options


We’ve all had those moments where it’s almost midnight, our stomachs start rumbling like some wild African cat, and there’s no food in the fridge. Because your usual food merchants have already closed, you’re left with either ordering the usual 24hour McDonald’s delivery or going to sleep hungry.

But unbeknownst to many, there are actually plenty of food delivery services that go well past midnight – with some operating 24 hours. Offering Indian, Western, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Korean cuisine, these late-night food delivery places in Singapore will ensure that you never go to sleep hungry again.


1. Coffeesmith – Brunch & high tea snacks



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When Coffeesmith says “all-day breakfast”, they truly mean all. day. As their name suggests, this is the place to bookmark for days when you need a mean cuppa coffee (from $4.50). Tea drinkers can check out their unique flavours too, like the Sweet Potato Latte (from $7.50) and Assam Milk Tea (from $7.50)


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For something more substantial, get their Croissants (from $10.90) the fillings include the classic ham and cheese, tuna, shrimp, and smoked salmon. Or, satisfy your sweet tooth with a blueberry or banana chocolate muffin ($4.90 each). For something more traditionally Korean, try out their Injeolmi Toast ($7.50) – dusted with fragrant roasted soybean powder.

Cuisine: Western
Price: $$
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: Grabfood, foodpanda, Deliveroo
Business hours: 24 hours, Daily (Some platforms may impose varying operating hours)
Contact: Coffeesmith website


2. Brinda’s – Homemade Indian food with vegetarian options



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Brinda’s provides you with a huge variety of wholesome Indian food delivered right to your doorstep – all 24 hours of the day. If you’re craving a full meal, White Rice Meals with Curry Chicken ($10) or Mutton Masala ($10.50) are available. If you’re tired of rice, other options include Roti John (from $7.80) or Murtabak (from $8) that are guaranteed to satisfy a rumbling tummy.

Vegetarians can also rejoice as the restaurant also makes meat-free versions of all their dishes, including Vegetarian Murtabak ($8) and a Vegetable Briyani Set ($10). They also provide catering services – just in case you ever need a midnight caterer.

Cuisine: Indian (halal certified)
Price: $
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: Brinda’s website
Business hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 6274 6327 | Brinda’s website


3. Boon Keng New Taste – Chinese delicacies & skewers



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Don’t be fooled by the name – Boon Keng New Taste has outlets in Havelock and Sengkang as well, besides their Boon Keng flagship. With all 3 outlets operating till 2am daily, you’ll be able to quell your late-night cravings for some scorching Chinese cuisine.


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Think sumptuous mains like mala stir-fries (from $25.81), nourishing clay pot dishes featuring chicken ($35.44) and bullfrog ($38.53), and even grilled fish (from $36.59) steeped in bases like Sichuan green chilli and Chinese sauerkraut. If you’re peckish for some light bites, they also have a wide range of well-marinated skewers priced from $4.04 per ingredient type.

Cuisine: Chinese
Price: $$$
Delivers to: Selected locations. Delivers from Boon Keng, Havelock, and Sengkang.
Order via: foodpanda, Deliveroo
Business hours: 11am-2am, Daily
Contact: 6966 6987 | Boon Keng New Taste website


4. Ameen Makan House – Thai, Chinese & Indian kitchen all in one



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You don’t see a lot of Thai-Chinese-Indian restaurants in Singapore, and it’s a plus point that this one is open past the wee hours. Satisfy your craving for hearty Indian fare with their Butter Chicken ($8), Roti Prata (from $1.80), and Garlic Naan ($3.50).


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If you’re hankering for something that’s still spicy but more on the tangy side, they offer an array of Tom Yam Soups (from $8) that are appetisingly sour – featuring beef, chicken, or seafood. Round out your meal with some Chinese cuisine staples such as Hokkien Fried Noodles ($5.50) and Mui Fun ($6.80), AKA rice steeped in a braised gravy.

Cuisine: Thai, Chinese, and Indian (halal certified)
Price: $
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: Ameen Makan House website, delivery hotline
Business hours: 11am-4am, Daily (Last order at 2.45am)
Contact: 6465 1000 | Ameen Makan House website


4. Basasak Chicken – Korean fried chicken in assorted flavours



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@basasakchicken via Instagram

Basasak Chicken is a Korean food stall nestled right next to Kovan MRT. If you don’t mind some fried food indulgence and want to treat yourself to some guilty comfort food at midnight, their hand-battered, juicy fried chicken is perfect. 

Options include wings (from $7.50 for 3), drumsticks ($7.50 for 2), half chicken ($15), and a whole chicken ($29) if you’re absolutely famished. For those who don’t want to fuss around with bones, there are tenders priced from $7 for 4 pieces. Whichever you opt for, you can choose from flavours such as soy garlic, honey butter, and hot curry powder.

Cuisine: Korean
Price: $$
Delivers to: Selected locations. Delivers from 973 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534725
Order via: Basasak Chicken’s website, foodpanda, Deliveroo
Business hours: Mon-Thu 5.20pm-1am | Fri  5.20pm-1.30am | Sat 12.30pm-1.30am | Sun 12.30pm-12am
Contact: 8575 2695 | Basasak Chicken website


5. The Ramen Stall – Halal Japanese ramen & donburi



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The Ramen Stall

For those craving some late-night Japanese food but are too lazy to step outside, The Ramen Stall opens till 11.30pm on Sundays to Thursdays, and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays – and it’s halal certified! Nothing warms up a belly ready for bed better than a bowl of ramen, so try the Mala Ramen ($14.90) or Chicken Cha Shu Ramen ($13.90)


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For when it’s not a noodle kind of night, you can also get a fulfilling rice bowl with menu options including Japanese Chicken Curry Rice ($12.90) or Oyako Don ($13.90). Various sushi rolls are available too, priced from $8.90, for a full Japanese supper.

Cuisine: Japanese (halal certified)
Price: $$
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: The Ramen Stall website, delivery hotline, foodpanda, Deliveroo
Business hours: Sun-Thu 11.30am-11.30m | Fri-Sat 11.30am-1am
Contact: 6655 0800 and 8733 0425 | The Ramen Stall website


6. Durian Delivery – Freshly plucked, quality durians



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Durian Delivery Singapore

Bet you didn’t know you could get durians this fresh, and delivered straight to your door too. Aptly named, Durian Delivery offers 24-hour durian delivery in Singapore. The fragrant yellow fruit is sent via a dedicated fleet 6-12 hours after they are freshly plucked in Malaysia. What’s even better is that the delivery continues all the way past midnight if you want a pre-sleep snack.


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Their vacuumpacked frozen durian comes in 800g packs and are priced from $25, with Mao Shan Wang, XO D24, and D13 options. There’s no minimum spend required to get your durian fix delivered to your door. But if you hit $100 in your order, you’ll get to enjoy free delivery.

Cuisine: Durians
Price: $$$
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: Durian Delivery website
Business hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: Durian Delivery website


7. Srisun Express – 54 flavours of prata



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Srisun Express

What started as a small prata stall is now a popular prata house with 6 24-hour outlets around Singapore, settling all your late-night food delivery needs.

Prata as supper is already as iconic as you can get, but prepare to be bewildered by the 54 different sweet and savoury prata options (from $1.40), with classics such as Egg Prata ($2.50) or Plaster Prata ($3.10) and unique specials like Cheese & Honey Prata ($4.30) or even Mango Prata ($3.60).


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Aside from the assortment of prata, the chain also serves mamak classics like Nasi Goreng (from $5.50) and Mee Goreng (from $5.50), and Western-style burgers (from $7) – served with your choice of fries or potato wedges.

Cuisine: Indian & Western (halal certified)
Price: $
Delivers to: Selected locations. Outlets at Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Bukit Batok, Hougang, Serangoon Gardens, and Tampines.
Order via: Srisun Express website, Grabfood, foodpanda
Business hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 6282 2325 | Srisun Express website


8. Fei Fei Wanton Mee – Popular wanton noodles



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Fei Fei Wanton Mee has had a long history as a family-run wanton noodle stall. Their belly-warming bowls of wanton mee are enough to induce a food coma and put you right to sleep.

Dry Wanton Noodles ($5.14), as well as Wanton Soup ($5.14), are available and delivered day and night. You can also grab an extra bowl of Dumpling Soup ($6.21) or a plate of Fried Wanton ($7.28) to complete your meal.

Cuisine: Chinese
Price: $
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: Deliveroo, Oddle Eats
Business hours: 6am-3.30am, Daily
Contact: 9831 0138


9. Swee Choon – Shareable dim sum & small plates



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This famous eatery and iconic supper spot was established way back in 1962, and has been serving midnight-diners ever since. Swee Choon’s affordable and bite-sized dim sum and baos make an excellent snack, and are very sharable when you’re ordering for a group.

Char Siew Bao ($9.60 for 6), Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun ($12.60 for 6), and Siew Mai ($9.60 for 6) are just a few of the varieties that the restaurant has to offer. They also have a bunch of other small plates including Carrot Cake ($7.20 for 4), Chee Cheong Fun (from $6), and Sichuan Chilli Oil Wantons ($12.80 for 8)

Cuisine: Chinese
Price: $$
Delivers to: Islandwide
Order via: foodpanda, Oddle Eats
Business hours: Mon, Wed-Fri 11am-12am | Sat-Sun 10am-12am (Closed on Tuesdays)
Contact: 6225 7788 | Swee Choon website


10. Texas Chicken – Southern-style fried chicken & burgers



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We all know that McDelivery comes in clutch when we want late-night fast food delivery. But if you’re hankering for something different after one Mac’s supper too many, you’ll be pleased to know that Texas Chicken now operates 24/7. You can now indulge in their Southern-style fried chicken whenever you fancy, including promotional flavours like salted egg and rendang.

If you’d like some carbs to go with all that chicken goodness, they also offer burgers and wraps. Come 4am, you’ll be able to order from their breakfast menu which includes scrambled egg burgers, breakfast platters, wraps, and even porridge. 

Cuisine: Western
Price: $
Delivers to: Selected locations. Delivers from 11 Texas Chicken outlets.
Order via: Texas Fried Chicken website, Grabfood, foodpanda
Business hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: Texas Chicken website


Satisfy your hunger pangs with these late-night food delivery services

With so many late-night and 24-hour food delivery services available that go right to your door, you’ll never complain about an empty stomach at midnight again. Feast on these delicious dishes under the moonlight before you prepare for that well-deserved, good night’s sleep.

Here are some other resources for night owls:


Cover image adapted from: The Ramen Stall, Boon Keng New Taste, Srisun Express
Originally published on 20th March 2020. Last updated by Renae Cheng on 22nd October 2023.

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