Nothing quite like a good ol' supper sesh to cap the night

If you and your crew frequently get late-night hunger pangs, fret not. One of the many benefits of living in a cosmopolitan city such as ours is that you can always get your supper fix at plenty of eateries islandwide. For 24-hour restaurants with gratifying mains and more, check out the following places. Just remember that safe distancing rules apply and keep ‘em hands clean at all times. 

126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi (Geylang branch)


A vastly popular local supper spot that needs no introduction, 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi’s OG Geylang branch is open all day, everyday, unlike its Boon Keng outlet that’s only in operation from 5pm to 2am daily. So head down to the eatery for mouth-watering dim sum dishes such as steamed carrot cake, chee cheong fun, seafood rolls and more for your yum cha fix whenever you please.

Cafe de Muse

Located at Shaw House along the junction of Orchard Road, Korean-inspired Cafe de Muse offers 24-hour dining in its quaint space on level one which features plush seats for patrons to get comfortable. Not only are you able to tuck into gourmet burgers at wee hours of the morning, you’ll also get to order classic cocktails, interesting concoctions and decadent desserts no matter the hour. The best part? Retail therapy is just a stone’s throw away.

Cafeela Roti Prata & Seafood Restaurant

If your squad has a hankering for various local delicacies, take them to Cafeela Roti Prata & Seafood Restaurant that features a wide array of dishes including prata, chilli crab, curry fish head and more. A place known for satisfying large appetites, your friends will definitely thank you once they’re done indulging.

Coffeesmith (Orchard Gateway, Northpoint and Suntec City outlet)


Caffeine addicts staying out late should head to South Korea-hailing cafe Coffeesmith which takes its coffee seriously by only using high-quality Arabica coffee beans in its brews. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the cafe franchise also carries desserts such as waffles and bing su that're perfect for warm evenings.

Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant

A standout Thai restaurant at Golden Mile Complex (which already says a lot), Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant dishes out fragrant Siam cuisine round the clock. Tuck into piquant Southeast Asian delights such as the Mango Salad, Steamed Squid with Spicy Lemon Sauce, Green Curry Chicken and more. Then enjoy a nightcap in the form of an Iced Green Tea or Rosella.

The Hainan Story (Hotel Boss)


Following the successful introduction of Hainanese cuisine and culture at its first outlet in Hillion Mall, The Hainan Story has opened yet another outlet at Hotel Boss near Bugis. This new branch is an Instagrammable, 24-hour cafe selling local favourites, so expect to find everything from kaya toast to kway chap and curry rice at all hours of the day. The eatery even boasts its own bakery peddling pastries and bread, so diners are in for a real treat.

R.K. Eating House

Nothing screams Singaporean and supper like R.K. Eating House that’s favoured among party-goers and late-night revellers (though partying still isn't allowed at our clubs). Found at Kensington Park near Serangoon Gardens, here’s where to head to for towering tissue pratas and frothy teh tariks. Need we say more?

Yong He Eating House

Another familiar, pocket-friendly coffee shop favoured among Singaporeans thanks to its unconventional local desserts such as Mochi You Tiao and the signature Saltish Beancurd, Yong He Eating House also serves Taiwanese mains for those hankering for something savoury. Besides the Fried Spring Onion Cake and Taiwan Noodle, also grab some Tea Eggs fresh out of the steaming pot.