Eateries near clubs that open till late
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We’ve all experienced this after a chaotic night of clubbing – aching legs, booze-induced wooziness, and of course an insatiable appetite for a hearty supper. You know you need food, and you need it now. And so you head on to the nearest fast food outlet for a burger and soggy takeaway fries.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re partying it up at popular night spots, here’s a list of supper options at late night eateries for post-club chilling.
Supper places near Canvas
1. Yan Kee Noodle House – 24 hours
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I could write poetry about my love for this hole-in-the-wall noodle joint that’s a favourite among the post-party crowd. The unassuming stall Yan Kee Noodle House at BK Eating House is most famous for it’s mee sua bak chor mee that’s been hailed as the ultimate hangover preventer.
Each bowl comes with an ample portion of springy, vinegar-drenched mee sua topped with crunchy ikan bilis, whole mushrooms, sliced pork liver, minced pork, and the quintessential smattering of crunchy fried pork lard.
Address: 21 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058661
Opening hours: 24/7
Supper places near Kilo Lounge
2. Super Star K – open until 4am
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Super Star K features a whole slew of Korean favourites like army stew, cold noodles, spicy rice cakes, and “Bibimbomb” – an upgraded take on the classic that sees the rice wrapped in layers of sizzling sliced beef. But key among their offerings is their do-it-yourself BBQ selection which includes beef bulgogi, pork belly, and more. Definitely a top spot for supper with the whole squad.
Address: 75 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088496
Opening hours: Daily, 11.30AM-3PM and 5.30PM-4AM
Telephone: 6224 0504
3. Chicken Up – open until 3am latest
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If you fancy a plate of sticky, saucy Korean-style chicken to end the night, Chicken Up has got you covered. They’ve got fantastic fried chicken offerings featuring three signature sauces – the mild soya-based ganjang, regular yangnyum, and the devilishly spicy yangnyum.
Address:: 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088469
Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 5.30PM-2AM | Fri-Sun: 5.30PM-3AM
Telephone: 6327 1203
4. Hajmeer Kwaja Muslim Food – open until 4am latest
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If it’s local food you spring for when the club lights go on, make a run for Hajmeer Kwaja Muslim Food. This late night stall at Maxwell Food Court serves up unapologetically greasy local favourites like maggi goreng, briyani, roti John, and murtabak. If you’re after something more meaty and substantial, go for their mutton chops.
Address: Stall 103, Maxwell Food Court, 1 Kadayanallur Street, Singapore 069184
Opening hours: 24/7
Supper places near Zouk, Attica, and f. Club
5. Haidilao – open until 6am
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If you’re partying it up at Singapore’s de facto nightlife district, you can bet your last tequila shot there are plenty of late night dining options for hungry clubbers. If you’re dining in a group and don’t mind splurging a little, make your way to Haidilao for a spicy Szechuan hot pot supper.
While the premium ala carte ingredients like thinly sliced Black Angus beef and home-made tofu pudding is certainly a draw, one of my favourite parts of dining at Haidilao is their sauce bar.
Read our full review of Haidilao here.
Address: #02-04 Clarke Quay, 3D River Valley Road, Singapore 179023
Opening hours: Daily, 10.30AM-6AM
Telephone: 6337 8627
6. Señor Taco – open until 3am latest
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Another great pick for late night nosh in the area is Señor Taco, one of the more authentic Mexican taquerias in town. Must-tries include the Al Pastor Pork Tacos with pineapple, onion, and coriander as well as the Baja-style tacos with beer-battered fish, red and white cabbage slaw, and chipotle-mayo.
If tacos aren’t your jam, there are also other Mexican favourites like burritos, torta steak sandwiches, and a comforting pozole pork soup.
Address: #01-07-A, Clarke Quay, 3A River Valley Road, Singapore 179020
Opening hours: Sun-Tue: 5.30PM-2AM | Wed-Sat: 5.30PM-3AM
Telephone: 6337 6376
7. Ramen Keisuke Lobster King – open until 5am
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If you’d rather wind down with a comforting bowl of ramen, head to Ramen Keisuke Lobster King and tuck into the clear or creamy lobster broth that takes inspiration from French lobster bisque. Famished night owls who can order sides like the beef tataki, teriyaki chicken, and prawn gyoza.
Address: #01-07, The Cannery, Clarke Quay, 3C River Valley Road, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: Daily, 6PM-5AM
Telephone: 6255 2928
Supper places near Cherry Discotheque
8. Thiên Long Vietnamese Food – open until 4am latest
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Feeling a little too tipsy after a chaotic night at Cherry Discotheque? Sober up with a short 15-minute walk to Orchard Towers for some seriously good Vietnamese food at Thiên Long. While the seemingly hidden stall is in a rather, ahem, unsavoury location, their dishes are as authentic as it gets.
Popular dishes include Vietnamese vermicelli noodles topped with pork chop, grilled chicken, and stir-fried beef. Their beef pho is a bit hit too, though it’s only available on Sundays.
Address: #04-08, Orchard Towers, 400 Orchard Road, Singapore 238871
Opening hours: Daily, 11AM-2PM and 6PM-4AM
Supper places near Taboo and Tantric
9. Mount Faber Nasi Lemak – open until 4am latest
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Nasi Lemak isn’t the healthiest breakfast, but one thing we’re sure of is that the classic dish is one of the best post-drinking suppers anyone can ask for. Mount Faber Nasi Lemak in particular makes this list for its delightfully fluffy and rich rice that doesn’t skimp on coconut milk.
For less than five dollars you can pile your plate with sayur lodeh (Malay-style vegetable curry), Taiwanese sausage, stir-fried vegetables and my personal favourite – a massive fried chicken drumstick. You’ll struggle to a more satisfying meal in the area after hours.
Address: 47 Kreta Ayer Road, Singapore 089006
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11AM-4PM | Sat-Sun: 4PM-4AM
Places for supper near CE LA VIE
10. Adrift by David Myers – open until 4am, last order 1.45am
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When you’re partying it up at posh digs like CE LA VIE, you might as well keep the indulgence going at a suitably swanky supper joint like Adrift. While their dishes are decidedly pricey, you get what you pay for. The Adrift Burger is one of the more popular picks – featuring a Wagyu beef patty topped with melted gruyere cheese, pickled jalapenos, and tomato jam.
Their most decadent offering? The have-it-all seafood platter. For $75 per person, you’ll get oysters, uni, caviar, tuna, crab, prawn, and live Hokkaido scallop sashimi.
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Daily, 7AM-4AM
Telephone: 6688 5657
Supper places near 1-Altitude
11. OverEasy Fullerton – open until 3am latest
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If thoughts of homely diner classics have taken over in the wee hours, pay a visit to this this 80s-inspired temple of Americana at One Fullerton. While OverEasy Fullerton’s late-night menu isn’t broad, it covers all the bases with its selection of spicy buffalo wings (available in three spice levels – wimp, hot stuff, and crazy mofo), smoked cheddar jalapeno corn dogs, mac & cheese, and Wagyu burgers. What’s more, you’ll get a sweet 20% off from 10.30pm onwards.
Address: #01-06, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
Opening hours: Mon: 5PM-1AM | Tue-Thu: 11.30AM-2.3PM and 5PM-1AM | Fri 11.30AM-2.30PM and 5PM-3AM | Sat 5PM-3AM | Sun 2PM-11PM
Telephone: 6684 1453
Supper places near Bang Bang
12. Mischief – open until 3am latest
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Up for a little Mischief past midnight? This American street food bar replaced Sauce Bar last year and serves up late night bites inspired by food truck cuisine. The menu here is geared towards sharing with dishes like baby calamari, tenderloin skewers, and a massive rack of BBQ baby back ribs served with smoked sauce and fried potatoes.
While ostensibly American, some of the restaurant’s other offerings feature Asian influences that are apparent in dishes like pork belly sliders with hoisin glaze, and desserts like ondeh ondeh sponge cake with salted coconut caramel.
Address: #01-12, Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039802
Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 5PM-1AM | Fri-Sat: 5PM-3AM | Sun: 5PM-11PM
Telephone: 6532 0106
Supper places near Refuge
13. Tess Bar and Kitchen – open until 3am latest, last order at 1.30am
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With an equal focus on its dining and bar offerings, Tess Bar and Kitchen is a great spot to grab a quick supper at after a night out at Refuge. The menu includes a broad selection of Western favourites like Wagyu sliders, and, for the cheese-lovers – a half wheel of baked camembert served with white truffle oil, minced forest mushrooms, pumpkin puree, and bread.
Also on the menu are large plates, perfect for groups like the 750g salt-baked salmon and the 1.2kg Angus prime rib.
Address: 38 Seah Street, Singapore 188394
Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 12PM-1AM | Fri 12PM-3AM | Sat 5PM-3AM | Closed on Sundays
Telephone: 6337 7355
There’s more to supper than fast food
With great late night supper options like this near your favourite clubs, there’s really no need to settle for fast food or a sad bowl of instant noodles. So the next time you’re stumbling out of a club late at night, with no cabs in sight, pay a visit to these late night restaurants for a comforting supper that’ll help stave off tomorrow’s hangover.