Whether it's because you're a night owl, you work shifts or you just love a bite to eat after partying, it's good to know that you can find food at almost any time of the day in Singapore – and we're not talking about fast food joints or kopi tiams either. Here's where you can go to if you get a case of the late-night munchies.
PINT & CURRIES
If you're craving for an Indian meal late at night – or perhaps after partying – you have more to choose from than just prata and mee goreng (even though they are delicious). This Indian restaurant serves what its name says and it'll give you the late-night spice buzz you're looking for.
3D River Valley Road, #01-14; open 7pm to 4am daily. www.facebook.com/pintandcurries
For those who are immune to the effects of caffeine, here's where you can go to get your coffee fix at any time of the night as this outlet at Changi Airport never closes. Plus, they also serve breakfast all day and no one's going to judge you if you order french toast or waffles at 3am.
63 Airport Boulevard L2LF1, Changi Airport Terminal 3; open 24 hours daily. www.ocoffeeclub.com
SPIZE SUPPER CLUB
Its River Valley outlet makes it the perfect venue for a snack after partying at Clarke Quay and the Bedok one is ideal for those who live in the vicinity. The menu is filled with tons of Asian and Western favourites so whether it's a burger, nasi goreng or steak you're looking for, you'll definitely leave here satisfied.
409 River Valley Road; open 12pm to 5am on weekdays and 12pm to 6am on weekends and 336 Bedok Road, open 12pm to 2am on weekdays and 12pm to 3am on weekends. www.spize.sg
KKO KKO NARA KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN
You never know when the craving for KFC – as in Korean fried chicken – might hit you so thank your lucky stars that this place opens till late. There are four flavours to choose from here – original, soy garlic sauce, sweet & spicy and hot & spicy. And, if you feel like it, you can wash it all down with a range of Korean liquor too.
68 Tanjong Pagar Road; open 11am to 3pm/6pm to 3am Monday to Saturday, 6pm to 1am Sunday. www.kkokkonara.com
THE RAMEN STALL
This is a halal Japanese restaurant that serves traditional Japanese cuisine that's been altered to cater to the local palate. The secret to their tasty ramen is that they prepare the chicken-based soup by boiling the meat and bones for 30 hours so what you'll get in the end is a dish that's full of flavour. If ramen isn't your thing, you can try other menu items such as sushi and sashimi, as well as rice, noodles and teppanyaki dishes.
787 North Bridge Road; open 5pm to 5am Monday to Friday, 12pm to 5am Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. www.theramenstall.com.sg
BOON TONG KEE
Let's admit it, we love chicken rice so much, we can pretty much eat it at any time of the day – or night. And, since you never know when those cravings will hit you, keep Boon Tong Kee's Balestier and River Valley outlets in mind as it opens till the wee hours of the morning. You can also get 'zi char' dishes here so, whatever you choose, you're guaranteed a hearty meal.
399, 401 & 403 Balestier Road; open 11am to 4.45pm/5.30pm to 4.30am Monday to Saturday, 11am to 4.45pm/5.30pm to 3am Sunday. 425 River Valley Road; open 11.15 to 4pm/4.30pm to 3am Monday to Sunday. www.boontongkee.com.sg
THE BARK CAFE
Perfect for a late-night bite if you live in the eastern parts of Singapore, this is a outdoor cafe that is surrounded by beautiful scenery (even if you won't be able to see much of it at night). Tuck into one of the main meals from its menu of Asian and Western dishes or just snack on items such as Shiitake Mushroom Fritters, Tangy Calamari Rings or Spicy Seaweed Chicken. If you love fried chicken, don't miss their Specialty Chicken Wings as they taste really good.
1000 Upper Changi Road North; open 11am to 1am Sunday to Thursday, 11am to 2am Friday & Saturday. www.thebarkcafe.com
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