[Updated: 16 May 2019]

So, you’ve just finished your terawih prayers and you feel a little hungry. And you’re thinking, where should you go that’s not McDonalds or mamak stalls?


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No need to think so hard now! If you’re done with terawih and searching for some scrumptious eats near the mosque, we’ve prepared JUST the guide for you. Don’t worry, as much as we love McDonald’s, we’re not including our favourite fast-food joint so trust us, there’ll be a wide variety of cuisines. So, bookmark this and don’t forget to SHARE it with your friends too!

P.S. We’ve also provided a list of mosques near every eatery featured in this article 😉

Central
1. The Ramen Stall

Near: Sultan, Hajjah Fatimah, Malabar

Craving for some comfort Japanese food after terawih? We’ve got great news – The Ramen Stall opens till 5am every day! Known for being one of the only places in Singapore selling halal ramen, there’s no better place to satisfy your Japanese food cravings than here 😉

The unique thing about their ramen is the local twist they give to it. Spicy food lovers would love their Volcano Ramen. Challenge yourself by choosing from 3 spicy levels! Try their famous Chicken Cha-shu Ramen and Beef Ramen too. We guarantee you’ll love the flavourful broth and slurp it till the very end 😋


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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

Address: 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755
Operating hours: Monday – Friday, 5PM-5AM | Saturday, Sunday & P.H., 12PM-5AM
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2. Kampong Glam Cafe

Near: Sultan, Hajjah Fatimah, Malabar

Kampong Glam Cafe is such a favourite in our office that we have affectionately dubbed it ‘KGC’. Not only do they serve delicious Malay cuisine, the dishes are really affordable as well! Try their Roti Kirai with curry and accompany your meal with iced milo or tea – trust me, it’ll leave you thoroughly satisfied


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They’re also open ’till late so you can savour some good meals in the picturesque and hip Bussorah Street for supper!


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Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 17 Bussorah St, Singapore 199438
Operating hours: 8AM-2AM daily

3. Charlie Brown Cafe

Near: Al-Falah

No more Snoopy-ing around for cute meals! Charlie Brown Cafe is a themed cafe that serves family-friendly meals decorated with templates of the Peanuts gang, as if the characters had given the food their stamps of approval. But if you’ve been performing your terawih prayers at Al-Falah, you can also head over to Charlie Brown for a quick bite or two before it closes for the day.


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Character cafes tend to get on the pricier side, but compared to the rest in town, Charlie Brown serves up some really affordable treats. Indulge in their signature Chocolate Lava Cake or crepes which are decorated with Peanuts characters ☺️


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Eating breakfast for supper? Why not right? At Charlie Brown, you can also enjoy their all-day breakfast which cost only $10-$14. We recommend getting their Breakfast Deluxe or Pancake Stack. You’ll love them so much that you might even forget it’s night time outside 😝

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 8 Grange Road, #04-01 Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695
Operating hours: 11.30AM-11PM daily (last order at 10pm)
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East
4. Mak’s Place – The Hawkerant

Near: Darul Aman, Kassim

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! In a sea of many halal eateries around the Changi Road area, Mak’s Place stands out for its delicious food. 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 😋


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With scrumptious zi char dishes (Chinese-style home-cooked dishes) and an appetising variety of ala carte items, Mak’s Place will satiate your every craving and it’s also a great place for you to hang out with your friends!


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Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 401 Changi Rd, Singapore 419847
Operating hours: 4pm – 1am, CLOSED on Mondays

5. Spize Bedok

Near: Al-Taqua

Serving up a mix of Western, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, Spize is a household name in Singapore and is a hot favourite among foodies both young and old. Whether you’re with your family or chilling out with a group of friends, dining at Spize will never disappoint you 🤗 What’s even better is that is also located near Al-Taqua mosque in Bedok so you can conveniently head here after terawih prayers.


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Try their Bangers & Mash, a dish fit for a king which consists of three black pepper, chicken and herbed sausages served with a side of mashed potatoes and drizzled with brown sauce. You definitely cannot resist this 🤤


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Other Western dishes you can order include their Classic Fish & Chips and the Spize “Star” Burger. If you’re just looking for a simple fare of roti prata and iced tea, no worries because they definitely serve those too!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 336 Bedok Road, Singapore 469512
Operating hours: Sun – Thur, 11am – 4am, Fri – Sat, 11am – 4.30am

6. Encik Tan (Our Tampines Hub)

Near: Darul Ghufran

If you’re craving some local Chinese fare, head over to Our Tampines Hub – which is just beside Darul Ghufran mosque – for Encik Tan’s halal versions! The eatery is open 24hours meaning you can sit and stretch your legs while you catch up with friends without having to worry about the time.


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Among their specialties is their Wanton Noodles Set and their Curry Rice Sets – you can choose to get the latter with a fried chicken cutlet, chicken leg, or even sambal sotong!


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Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 51 Tampines Avenue 4, #01-12, Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 529684
Operating hours: 24hrs daily

7. Enak Enak HK Tea House (East Coast)

Near: Kampung Siglap

Having late night cravings for dim sum? Head down to Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House at East Coast! Harbouring the same concept as Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant and Al-Ameen Eating House, they serve a HUGE variety of food ranging from dim sum to Indian food, Western food and even desserts 😋


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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!


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What’s more, Enak Enak HK Tea House is located by the sea so it’s definitely the perfect ambience for you to chill out. Just imagine having a feast and enjoying the sea breeze while you eat 😊

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#HHWT Tip: You can order online from their website and get your food delivered!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 1202 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449881
Operating hours: 24 hours

North
8. Yassin Kampung Seafood (Woodlands)

Near: An-Nur


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Yassin Kampung Seafood is a favourite go-to among the families living nearby. One of their outlets (yes there are 2!) was originally located in the old Woodlands Town Centre, but they have now relocated to a hidden spot near the Woodlands Checkpoint.


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Specialising in seafood and in hopes of emulating a fisherman’s village, this restaurant serves a variety of dishes if you’re looking for a feast. Try their Butter Milk with Salted Egg Yolk Chicken because might as well treat yourself when you’re already having a late-night meal, am I right? 😏

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We highly recommend getting their Kampung Ayam Penyet with Rice. The rice is delicious by itself when eaten with the fried chicken, but adding in some of the Sambal Belacan (chilli) is a must for that extra kick. The stall also sells Western and Thai cuisine, so if you’re open to several options, this is the perfect spot to visit!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: Blk 210 Marsiling Crescent, 01-01/03, Woodlands, Singapore 730210
Operating hours: 11AM-12AM daily

9. DUIT SG

Near: Assyafaah

Located just a short walk away from Assyafaah mosque in Sembawang, DUIT is a hidden gem you probably haven’t heard of before. Known mostly for its shell out-style seafood, they also have an array of ala carte items from rice, noodles to pastas and steaks.


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Some of their highly recommended dishes include their Nasi Goreng Kampung and Ketam Lemak Cili Padi Pasta (chilli padi crab pasta). Not only will their food amaze you, the eatery also has a very nice ambience.


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Don’t leave DUIT without trying their signature desserts! Their Churros Pot comes with a scoop of chocolate gelato and drizzled with salted caramel sauce 🤤 Check out their selection of waffles too!


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Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 301 Canberra Rd Singapore 759774 Canberra Rd, Singapore 759774
Operating hours: Mon – Fri, 11am – 9pm, Sat, Sun & P.H., 11am – 11pm
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10. D’Rubinah Restaurant

Near: Darul Makmur

Done with your terawih in Yishun and don’t know where to head to for iftar? 24-hour eatery D’Rubinah Restaurant’s got you all covered. Here’s where you can get your Indian food cravings fixed. Their pratas are slightly crispy on the outside but soft and warm on the inside. They even have naan if you’re craving for some delicious northern Indian grub 😋


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D’Rubinah also houses a satay stall, Satay Bros. Who can resist this barbecued meat delicacy in the middle of the night right? And their satays have just the right amount of grill, with a marinade that’s so good it’ll melt in your mouth.


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Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 592-593 Sembawang Rd, Spring Estate, Singapore 758451
Operating hours: 24 hours daily

Northeast
11. Tenderfresh Classic (Waterway Point)

Near: Al-Islah

You can always count on Tenderfresh for your fried and grilled chicken cravings! Once a hawker stall, the chain has since evolved and even has trendy dining areas like the one at Waterway Point in Punggol. What’s more, it’s only a short walk away from Al-Islah mosque 😉


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Tenderfresh’s signature fried chicken is an absolute must-try. With the chunks of chicken fried to a golden crisp, this comfort food makes for a perfect late night dish. We’re pretty sure you’ll be enjoying every single bite of their chicken with your hands! Their roasted chicken selection is a worthy competitor too, so we highly recommend getting both of them 🤤


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If you think it’s all about chicken at Tenderfresh, then you’re mistaken. They also have a range of fusion pastas which combines familiar Asian tastes with Western-style cooking. Some of the highlights include their Laksa Prawn Spaghetti and Black Pepper Crab Pasta. Meat lovers, you’re in for a treat too – their steaks and lamb chop will entice you!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: Operating hours: Sun – Thur, 11am – 11pm, Fri – Sat, 11am – 1am

 

 

West
12. Aiman Cafe

Near: Al-Mukminin

Located just opposite Al-Mukminin, Aiman Cafe is a coffeeshop consisting of different stalls with a variety of cuisines from Malay and Western to Chinese food. The stall ‘The Bread Gang’ sells every type of sandwich you can imagine, and if you’re a cheese lover, you have to get their Roti John Cheese as loads of nachos cheese are poured over the roti john, making it so lip-smackingly good 🤤

P.S. They even have quesadillas too!


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Check out their Western stall too, which has all-time favourites like chicken chop, chicken cutlet and even steak. Most of the meals come with a fried bun, fries and baked beans. You can also savour their delicious pastas.


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P.S. The Malay stall at Aiman sells really good Lontong Kering too. With generous amounts of beef rendang, sambal goreng and begedil, it’s so hard to resist this enticing dish.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Address: 235 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 600235
Operating hours: 24 hours daily (different stalls have different operating hours)

13. Mr Teh Tarik Cartel

Near: Al-Khair

Located within Choa Chu Kang Park, Mr Teh Tarik Cartel serves up an array of seafood and zi char dishes which you can enjoy in the lush greenery of the park. Their sambal stingray is a must-try! Don’t miss out on their other appetising dishes like Chilli Crab too.


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The restaurant also serves yummy chicken and mutton satay which is a perfect dish for you to chill out after terawih. With a nice ambience and tasty treats to boot, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t drop by this eatery!


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Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 26 Choa Chu Kang Dr, Choa Chu Kang Park, Singapore 689719
Operating hours: 24hours daily

14. Fong Seng Nasi Lemak

Near: Darussalam

You can always count on some good ‘ol nasi lemak to fill your tummy when you’re having late night hunger pangs! Fong Seng Nasi Lemak should be your go-to haunt if you’re craving for some nasi lemak. Fong Seng’s draw is the variety of ingredients that you can choose for your nasi lemak, from your usual chicken wing and sausage to teriyaki chicken!


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Even if you’re not getting those fancy additions to your nasi lemak, the simple chicken wing and otah set will still be enough to delight your tastebuds. With their fragrant coconut rice and flavourful sambal, we’re pretty sure you won’t be saying no to this 🤤


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Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 22 Clementi Road, Singapore 129757
Operating hours: 6am – 4am daily

Now that we’ve provided this list for you, you can fix those cravings after terawih, and the best part is, these eateries are all just a short walk or drive away from major mosques so you don’t have to worry too much about travelling far! So, if you’re having late night cravings this Ramadan, call your friends out for supper and let this list help you out! 🤗

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