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20 Halal Singapore Supper Spots That's Perfect For Your Next Late Night Makan Feast

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Nabillah Roslee  •  Mar 22, 2018

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[UPDATED 27 May 2021] If you're a night owl like me, chances are your food cravings are the most intense at ungodly hours. And when you have friends who also stay up late, you'll definitely be looking for halal supper in Singapore for your late-night cravings! While we can't dine out at restaurants in Singapore currently, we can still enjoy some late-night takeaway 😉 But the question then is: where's the nearest halal eatery that opens till late? Don't fret - here are 20 halal supper places in Singapore you should share with your supper buddies for your next round of late-night feasting 😎  

Halal Supper In The Central Area:

1. Kampong Glam Cafe

Affectionately dubbed it 'KGC', not only does this eatery serve delicious Malay cuisine, but the dishes are also really affordable as well! One of the best things to get here is their maggi goreng which is full of flavour and comes with generous chunks of either chicken or beef. Their Roti John is also a hot favourite if you feel like heaving something heavy for supper. Try their Roti Kirai with curry and accompany your meal with iced milo or tea - trust me, it'll leaveyou thoroughly satisfied. Nothing spells comfort food like a meal from KGC!Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 8AM-2AM (closed on Mon) Address: 17 Bussorah St, Singapore 199438 Contact: 6294 1697 P.S. Check out these 11 new halal eateries in Kampong Gelam!  

2. The Ramen Stall

If your late-night anime binge-watch has got you craving for Japanese food and you're willing to spend a bit more, good news for you - The Ramen Stall closes at 2AM on weekends! Slurp up their signature Volcano Ramen which is topped with spicy sambal that will leave your mouth burning - choose from 3 spice levels and see if you can take the heat. Besides their Volcano Ramen, dig into their yummy Beef Ramen for a supper that's truly one-of-a-kind. Ramen isn't the only thing they serve! There's also an assortment of sushi, Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab and giant squids to dig in to 😋 Halal status: Halal-certified Average price of main dishes: $15 Opening hours: Daily 11AM-11PM (Last order 10:30PM) Address: 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755 Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. Love ramen? You'll love these 13 halal Japanese eateries in Singapore!  

3. The Dim Sum Place

Cravingdim sum at night instead? Head over to The Dim Sum Place which is by the same owners as The Ramen Stall and located just opposite! The eatery serves dim sum favourites like chicken siew mai, har kow and molten salted egg custard bun. They also have other delectable highlights like aromatic garlic fried rice with onsen egg, DSP Signature Fried Bee Hoon and deep-fried chives dumpling so you can eat to your heart's content 😋Halal Status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Daily 11AM-11PM (Last order 10:30PM) Address: 787 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198755 Website | Facebook | Instagram  

4. Bhai Sarbat Restaurant

One of Singapore's most favourite teh tarik stalls is definitely Bhai Sarbat. And now that they've opened their own restaurant you have another place to get their signature teh tarik and more! 😆 Located along Bussorah Street just around the corner from the original Bhai Sarbat stall, the restaurant is open 24 hours daily making it perfect for supper - or even a yummy breakfast! Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: 24 hours daily Address: 73 Bussorah St, Singapore 199486 Instagram  

5. Lau Pa Sat Satay Stalls

There's nothing more nostalgic than having tender and juicy satay forsupper at Lau Pa Sat! The best part is the open-air ambience here and the array of satay stalls that you can choose from. You'll definitely enjoy the aromatic smell of skewered meat and the bustling atmosphere here, even with social distancing measures. Be sure to check out some of these popular Muslim-owned satay stalls: Halal status: Look out for the Muslim-owned satay stalls Opening hours: Varies according to stalls Address: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582  

6. Jian Fa Seafood BBQ

If you're craving a seafood feast, head over to Newton Food Centre for Jian Fa's barbecued seafood dishes! The tables are perfect for families and groups to dine zi char style 😋 Among their specialties is the flame-grilled cheesy King Prawns, perfect for supper on your cheat day. Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 12PM-11PM Address: Stall 43, Newton Food Centre, 500 Clemenceau Ave N, Singapore 229495 Facebook  

Halal Supper In The East:

7. 89.7 Supper Club

Spoilt for choice over what to have for supper? Just order a few of each type of cuisine then! Here at 89.7Supper Club, they serve Chinese, Indian, Dimsum, Western and Malay cuisines. The drink to order here, of course, is the Super Cooler (yes, again! Personal favourite!). They serve the humongous drink towers here too. Craving for hot and yummy dim sums or fusion dessert dishes? Try their Golden Sand Bun or their ice cream parts! The best part is, they have 2 outlets and both of them are in the East! So, those of you staying in the East can order a delicious supper at 89.7 Supper Club.Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open 24 hours daily Address: 1. Changi: 5 Changi Village Road, #01-2035, Singapore 500005 2. Paya Lebar: 1016 Geylang East Avenue 3, #01-165, Singapore 389731 Facebook P.S. Looking to social distance but want to hang out with friends? Check out these 11 halal neighbourhood cafes in Singapore!  

8. Mak's Place - The Hawkerant

If you live in the east, chances are Mak’s Place will ring a bell to you and that’s because of their authentic and affordable Halal Chinese cuisine! One of their must-try dishes is the Butter Sotong. With a generous amount of squid, this dish is not only tasty but also value for money 😋 Tuck intoscrumptiouszi char dishes (Chinese-style homecooked dishes) and an appetising variety of ala carte items! Mak’s Place will definitely satiate your every craving 😉 Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue, Thu-Sun; 4PM-1AM, Wed; 4.30PM-1AM (closed on Mon) Address: 401 Changi Rd, Singapore 419847 Contact: 6844 7656 Facebook  

9. Enak Enak HK Tea House (East Coast & Simpang Bedok)

Having late-night cravings for dim sum? Head down to Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House! They serve a HUGE variety of food ranging from dim sum to Indian food, Western food and even desserts 😋 Top choices here are their burnt fried Beehoon, variety of dim sum, Indian Mutton Chop, Sup Tulang Merah (red mutton bone soup) and their Super Cooler drink! Halal Status: Halal-certified Average price of main dishes: $7 Outlets: East Coast Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 11AM-3PM, Sat; 11AM-4AM, Sun; 8AM-3AM Address: 1202 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449881 Contact: 6876 5911 Simpang Bedok Opening hours: 24h Address: 340 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469520 Contact: 62461211 Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. Check out these 8 halal eateries in Singapore's parks to avoid huge crowds!  

10. Spize

Satisfy your late-night cravings at this iconic supper spot in the east! Spize's Western, Asian,Zi Char, and Mediterranean dishes are available until 3AM so you can grab a bite no matter what time of day it is. For some classic supper favourites, try their Nasi Goreng Kampong or Mutton Keema Murtabak. Or on a sweeter note, they have Belgian waffles, sundaes, and even dessert prata too. 😁Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Sun-Thurs; 10.30AM-2.30AM, Fri, Sat; 10.30AM-3.30AM Address: 336 Bedok Rd, Bedok Shopping Complex (Simpang Bedok), Singapore 469512 Contact: +65 63377493 Website | Facebook | Instagram  

Halal Supper In The North:

11. Burger Geprek

Craving for halal Western food late at night? North siders, you're in for a treat! Burger Geprek at Woodlands serves burgers with spicy chilli (called the Burger Geprek) as well as other Ramly-style burgers, Indomie Geprek, chicken cutlet, chicken chop and other yummy options! They're even having an upcoming new menu, their Geprek Chicken Wings! What's great is that it's open till 3:30AM, so you can definitely can look forward to getting your supper fix here. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Mon-Sat; 11AM-3:30AM Address: 883 Woodlands Street 82, Singapore 730883 Instagram  

12. Al-Ameen Eating House

A popular late-night hangout spot in the North is Al-Ameen, an Indian-Muslim eating house! Theyhave a huge variety of food on their menu too, but you should definitely try their Indian cuisine 🤗 Al-Ameen serves great Teh Tarik (Pulled milk tea), Briyani, Masala Chicken, Naans and also Tandoori Chicken!Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-10PM Address: 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3 #01-11, Singapore 739257 Contact: 6366 1740 Facebook  

13. Mr Teh Tarik Eating House

This is definitely the place to go if you are craving for local delights! With so many branches across the island and in the North itself, we are sure that you will be near one when you are looking for supper late in the night. Don’t worry about burning a hole in your pockets with all those suppers because their food is super affordable! Try their Teh Tarik, Laksa, Bak Chor Mee, Putu Piring, Chicken Rice and Wanton Noodle! They serve a variety of other cuisines as well 😊 Halal status: Halal-certified Outlets: 1. 306A Woodlands Street 31, #01-01, Singapore 731306 (6AM-11PM) 2. 20 Woodlands Centre Rd, Singapore 738937 (11AM-11PM) 3. 846 Yishun Ring Road, #01-3603, Singapore 760846 (10AM-11PM) Website  

14. Yassin Kampung Seafood

Yassin Kampung Seafood is a favourite go-to among the families living in the North, whichhas recently launched their new Shiok Garden by Yassin Kampung @ Admiralty Park! With mains up for takeaway and delivery like grilled chicken chop, crispy chicken cutlet and their range of pastas from aglio olio to carbonara and even mala pasta, you can get a whole variety of your favourite dishes from here. There's even free islandwide delivery for orders above $100!Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Business Hour: 10am - 11pm (Last Order: 10:30pm) Address: 31 Riverside Road, Admiralty Park, S73908 (Previous Sakura International Buffet) Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. If you love IG-worthy interiors, you'll love these 10 Instagrammable halal cafes and restaurants in Singapore!  

Halal Supper In The West:

15. Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant

Credit: Al-Azhar Restaurant on Facebook Craving for some garlic/butter naan with butter chicken, aloo gobi, palak paneer and tandoori chicken? One place that immediately comes to mind is Al-Azhar! What we love about Al-Azhar is their extensive menu which includes everything from Thai, Western and Indian to local dishes and so much more! So, there's plenty of options to satisfy your late-night cravings! Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Open daily; 8AM-3AM Address: 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736 (There's anotheroutlet at Tampines too!)Contact: 6466 5052 Website | Facebook | Instagram  

16. Power Nasi Lemak

The Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is so popular that almost everyone acknowledges that it's the best Nasi Lemak you can find in Singapore. It's become so famous that they started delivering! They also have nasi lemak vending machines across Singapore 😮 You can also vary your Nasi Lemak with other ingredients such as Fish Otah, Fried Fish Cake, and many more! Queues can get pretty long even late through the night, but there are other drink stalls open too so you can chill with some drinks while waiting for your turn to order. Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 6.30AM-3.30AM, Mon; 4.30PM-3.30AM Address: #01-106, Boon Lay Place Market and Food Centre, 221 Boon Lay Place, Singapore, 641221 Contact: 6266 4466 Facebook  

17. Time For Thai

Craving for yummy Thai food at night? Time For Thai is a great place to satisfy your cravings! Their Tom Yum soup is a must-try especially if you love spicy food! You may also wish to try out their signature crispy egg noodles served with meat drenched with curry-like gravy, also known as Khao Soi. Khao Soi isindeed a rare find in Singapore! Save some space for their delicious Thai desserts! Three words, Mango Sticky Rice! But the real steal is Pumpkin with Sangkaya. It's difficult to find this in Singapore (and a halal one, at that!). The smooth and creamy texture of this dessert is bound to satisfy your palate 😋Halal Status: Halal-Certified Opening Hours: Open daily; 11AM-1AM Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599739 (They have another outlet at Simpang Bedok which opens till 1AM) Contact No: 6909 3903 Website | Facebook | Instagram  

Halal Supper In The Northeast:

18. R. K. Eating House Pte Ltd

How cool is it to have the tallest tissue prata for takeaway supper? R.K. Eating house is famous for its Milo and Teh Tarik towers and the tallest tissue prata! You are even able to choose sauces to go with your tissue prata – chocolate, strawberry, maple syrup or honey. Their pratas are fried to perfection, crispy and fluffy, and the portion is definitely value for money! Other recommended dishes are their Butter Chicken and Cheese Naan! Halal status: Muslim owned Opening hours: Open daily; 24 hours Address: 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253 Contact: 6289 5379  

19.Tang Tea House

Tang Tea House serves up delectable halal Chinese cuisine for a memorable zi char or dim sum meal. The great news is that its outlet at Jalan Kayu opens till 1AM so you can satisfy your Chinese food cravings at any time, any day 😍 Their Golden Sand Bun is a must-try! These flavourful salted egg yolk buns are always served piping hot and steaming, and the flavour will leave you craving for more. Other dishes you have to try include their HK Special Seafood Opeh, Siew Mai and Beef Hor Fun. Halal status: Halal-certified Average price of main dishes: $8 Opening hours: Daily 11AM-1AM Address: 242 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799466 (Their Bedok branch is open till 2AM, meanwhile their other outlets around Singapore aren't open till late) Contact: 6483 2298 Website | Facebook | Instagram  

20. Cafeela Roti Prata & Seafood Restaurant

If you’re craving for prata, thosai, murtabak, mee goreng, naan and all the yummy Indian Muslim food, Cafeela is definitely the place to go! This late-night hangout is very popular with those living in the Northeast and you can always count on them for comfort food. Celebrating a milestone with your loved ones? Thentheir Fish Head Curry will be perfect for the occasion. Nothing will warm your heart more than a delectable bowl of curry. Order their briyani along with the Fish Head Curry and you're all set for a feast 😋Halal status: Muslim owned Opening hours: Open daily; 24 hours Address: 254 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799481 Contact: 6483 5477 Now that you've got this list of late-night halal eateries in every part of Singapore, you no longer have to stay hungry at home or simply settle with instant noodles or fast food for supper. Let your friends know you've got all they need for a supper takeaway plan now! 😉