4 restaurants to get your supper fix in Singapore

For those nights you’re feeling hungry and need more than greasy prata and mee goreng, check out these cool new restaurants dishing out late night nosh.


The rum bar and grill debuts a supper menu with a succinct but delicious-sounding dishes like country pate with homemade pickles, bone marrow with onion marmalade and the much-awaited (and raved about) Sugarhall ramen brimming with pork belly, kimchi bacon, egg and garlic confit. Available from 10pm to midnight, don’t forget to order a side of Ron Negroni cocktails.


Orchard Road’s sexy modern Cantonese restaurant and bar ups their after-hours program. This month, they’ll be debuting the After 10 series where there will be Champagne, cocktails, shots, wines and beers that won’t cost more than $20, as well as free flow late night bites spanning traditional dim sum to deep-fried prawns with orange mayo. Kicking off on Apr 30, this edition features DJs Anthony and Giusseppe G, and live music by Jack & Rai. Plus, the party doesn’t stop until 4am.


The new Highlander outlet in the historic Chijmes is open until 6am, so it’s no wonder they’ve got a complete “Wee Bites” supper menu in tow. Since it’s basically open until dawn, there are still delicious menu items like scotch eggs and potted crab with truffle butter you can order to get you through the night. Don’t miss their interesting list of light whisky cocktails and the whisky-doused prawns.

Cook & Brew

The hotel restaurant doesn’t just do the usual hotel standards. This place now has a complete bar bites and late night menu that includes snacks like king crab and chicken liver on toast, as well as Poutine “Eh”, a heap of fries, cheese curds, pulled pork and apple and Strongbow gravy. The vertiginous restaurant is open until 1am on most days.