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Eating easily tops the chart when it comes to Singaporeans’ national hobbies. Weekend brunches and afternoon tea may sound heavenly, but nothing beats a scrumptious late night supper after a day’s worth of hard work.
If you’re looking to fuel up and satisfy those midnight hunger pangs, we reckon some of the best supper spots to visit in Singapore lie right here in the Changi Precinct!
There’s no need to think about where you can go for supper in the east though — this list with our top places near you has that sorted! Buckle up because they’re cheap and good — all the food you need to feed your rumbling tummy past ten.
1. Heng Long Teochew Porridge
As a popular midnight eatery, Heng Long Teochew Porridge is a supper spot that typically boasts long queues both during weekdays and weekends.
Don’t be mistaken by its humble, coffee shop setup. Like most traditional Teochew porridge stalls, Heng Long serves up a myriad of dishes that will certainly satisfy your late night food cravings.
In fact, its variety of dishes are so extensive that you’re likely to feel overwhelmed on your first visit (in a good way though). Heng Long Teochew porridge is situated around several areas in Singapore — from Upper Serangoon Road to Tanjong Katong. Lucky for those living in the far east, there’s an outlet located in Tampines too!
With more than 60 dishes prepared each day, expect to find classics such as Teochew steamed fish, tender braised meat, stingray, and beancurd. For those who enjoy seafood, consider getting a plate of blood cockles for S$12 — they’re marinated with soy sauce and red chillies for a combination of salt and spice.
The porridge itself is the star, of course. To put it simply, cooked rice grains are served in a warm, plain broth. Its thick, gooey consistency matches perfectly with savoury flavours derived from the dishes!
Address: 824 Tampines Street 81, #01-38, Singapore 520824
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — 10:00am to 4:30am
2. Srisun Express
What’s supper without a crispy prata and ice-cold teh tarik to go along with it? You’ve likely heard of Srisun Express, another hot spot for supper enthusiasts.
This halal-certified eatery is best known for its 50 variations of prata and massive three-litre drink towers (S$16) filled with beverages of your liking: iced milo, teh c, bandung and more. Their outlet at Serangoon (near Chomp Chomp Food Centre) is often bursting with people, and it can be tough to look for seats at times. So for those who prefer a tranquil supper setting in Singapore with friends, consider dropping by the one at Tampines instead!
A classic Plain Prata (S$1.50) will suffice as a snack, but if you’re up for something more adventurous, consider ordering a Kaya Prata (S$2.50) or Banana & Cheese Prata (S$5.20) for a unique flavour combo. The joint serves up more than just prata of course — carb lovers can also get their fix with Indian-Muslim standards like Mee Goreng (S$5), Mutton Biryani (S$8.80) and Nasi Goreng Kampung (S$7.20).
Craving for some burgers and fries rather than noodles and rice? Srisun Express whips up more than traditional hawker fare! You’ll find western food on their menu too such as the Fillet ‘O’ Fish Burger (S$6.60) meal, served with french fries or wedges. You can also order their Fryer Basket (S$8.80) that comes with calamari, onion rings and fish fingers.
What to eat for supper in Singapore? Srisun knows just what you need!
Address: 474 Tampines Street 43, #01-118, Singapore 520474
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — Open 24 hours
When it comes to having late night supper, Spize is the quintessential supper spot. You’d find it along a stretch of halal eateries at Simpang Bedok, and it’s one that naturally comes to mind for most supper goers.
To begin with: Spize’s comprehensive food menu offers a wide variety of cuisines. A melting pot for both the eastern and western flavours, it ranges from Thai food, like their Pineapple Rice (S$9), to classic Muslim dishes like Nasi Ayam (S$3.80), Asian-inspired bites like Sriracha & Honey Glazed Chicken Wings (S$10.50) and even Mediterranean fare such as sizzling El Spize Fajitas (S$24.90).
Above all, what makes Spize so iconic is likely a combination of affordable pricing and chill vibes — it’s one of those supper places in Singapore where you’d willingly return again and again, for some post-party grub or simply hang out with friends.
If you’re looking for cheap and good food in the east, this one checks all the boxes.
Address: 336 Bedok Road, Bedok Shopping Complex, 469512
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday — 11:00am to 3:00am, Friday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holiday — 11.00am to 3:30am
4. Chan BBQ
Traditional hawker food is often a source of comfort for most Singaporeans. Hokkien Mee, Nasi Lemak, and Carrot Cake are all great choices, but there’s one dish in particular that gets us collectively excited: BBQ Sambal Stingray.
Served on a hot, sizzling plate, Chan BBQ’s stingray packs a solid punch of spice and flavour. Not only is this stingray coated with a generous serving of sambal sauce; the portion of the fish itself is also sizable enough to satiate multiple hungry stomachs. Remember to squeeze some lime juice over the stingray for a dash of zesty flavour — the tangy tartness complements the fiery spiciness!
Depending on the size, Chan BBQ’s stingrays are priced at S$12, S$15, and S$20 respectively. While the stingray may be the signature star of the show at Chan BBQ, other notable sidekicks that’ll make for a delightful supper are their Spicy Kang Kong (S$6, S$8, $10) and Crayfish (S$18).
Address: 85 Bedok North Rd, #01-24, Singapore 460085
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — 5:00pm to 1:00am
5. Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup
This next supper spot is another go-to destination for those with late night rumbling bellies on the hunt for something warm and hearty. Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup serves more than its name suggests though. In fact, it’s a Zi Char (stir-fry dishes) stall offering a wide variety of classic hawker dishes. Better still? It’s open till 4am daily.
Their signature dish, the Black Chicken Herbal Soup (S$15), is served with a black, silkie chicken known to be nourishing for bodies. This chicken comes with a reinvigorating soup that’s boiled with a pot full of wolfberries, yam and other herbal ingredients for extra curative properties.
Apart from this signature dish, many patrons flock to Seng Kee for their Herbal Mee Sua (S$5) as well. Think of this vermicelli soup as an upgrade to your midnight Indomie or Samyang noodles.
Unlike the salty overload from cup noodles, this Mee Sua comes served in a hearty broth that’s filled generously with pork kidney, liver and meat. Moreover, its noodles are well-infused with the herbal undertone of the broth. A perfect nosh before heading back home for a comfortable night’s sleep.
Putting the ‘good’ in the food, this supper spot in the east is ideal for those who’d prefer a healthier alternative.
Address: 475 Changi Rd, Singapore 419892
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — 11:30am to 2:00am
6. Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin
If what you’re looking for is something cooling (sans all the grease), stop by Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin, located at Changi Village Hawker Centre! Though situated in the far east of Singapore, this dessert stall is definitely worth paying a visit to when your sweet tooth longs for a late night treat. Fun fact: it's also a food spot that’s popular amongst Army boys. Not surprising, considering the various camps situated in Changi.
For more than 25 years, this humble hawker stall has been serving up classic icy cold desserts. Needless to say, these are great for fighting Singapore’s humidity; which is most often relentless even through the night.
One noteworthy dish on the menu would be their signature bowl of ‘Commando Dessert’. Apparently, its name was derived due to its popularity amongst Commandos from nearby Changi camps. The dessert also resembles the colour of their beret! Priced at S$2, this sweet bowl consists of red tea-infused jelly, shaved ice, and longans topped with condensed milk.
For a wider variety of ingredients in a bowl, opt for the Red Tea Special Alpha Dessert (S$2.50). It’s packed with a little of everything that can be found at the stall — from mango to longan, red tea jelly, chendol, nata de coco and more.
Address: 2 Changi Village Rd, Singapore 500002
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — 11:30am to 10:00pm
7. Haute & Cauld Ice Cream
Located in the vicinity of Bedok Reservoir, Haute & Cauld is ideal for those looking to satiate their ice cream and waffles cravings late at night. Open till 2am daily, this makes for a great visit with friends or family after dinner; or simply when sudden food cravings kick in before bedtime. At night, the space is illuminated by blue neon lights, giving it an extra boost of #chillvibes. It’s no surprise why it’s one of the popular supper places in the east for sumptuous desserts.
Find a total of 14 ice cream flavours to choose from, including fan favourites Pistachio, Strawberry Cheesecake, Chamomile Honey, and Yubari Rock Melon. A single scoop costs S$3.80, while a double scoop costs S$7. And that’s not all. Waffles (S$7.90) come in three distinct flavours: Buttermilk, Charcoal and Red Velvet.
If you’ve been to Taiwan night markets or heard of the renowned Taiwan Ice Cream Popiah, here’s something else that’ll make you go nuts: Haute & Cauld offers a similar creation in Singapore for just S$6.99! Just like it is in Taiwan, this treat combines the soft, chewy texture of a popiah skin along with three full scoops of ice cream. It’s further topped with a side of crushed nuts and Nutella!
For those who miss their holidays in Taiwan, here’s a good food spot (and supper treat) in the east to feed your wanderlust.
Address: 740 Bedok Reservoir Rd, #01-3179, Singapore 470740
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday — 2:00pm to 2:00am
We’re always ready for late night food in Singapore
As a nation of foodies, we’re spoiled with a list of places to go even after the clock strikes 12. Next time you’re feeling hungry in the middle of the night, resist the urge to order in fast food or fix up a quick plate of instant noodles — your growling stomachs will thank you at these supper places in Singapore’s Changi Precinct!
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