Last Updated: May 27, 2021
With all of us staying at home mostly these days, it’s hard to tell when the day ends and when relaxation begins. It’s terrible, we know—working hours are stretched, mealtimes are warped. But if there’s any comfort in knowing that food is always there for us no matter the season or hour (cues dramatic, moving music), there are some places that will (hopefully) never let you down.
For all your odd-hour cravings and supper itches, here are 6 late-night deliveries to count on.
Apart from a piping hot bowl of instant ramen, few things are as comforting at the wee hours of a Wednesday morning as fried chicken is. Yep, you read that right; Larry & The Birds, a supper club concept by Freehouse, is rolling out a mouth-watering menu of hot chicken, beers, and even wines seven days a week, from 10pm to 2am.
I’ve already got my sights set on the Ramen Fried Chicken (S$32/5pcs) that features poulet drumsticks doused in an umami-laden aged fish sauce caramel and served with gochugaru pickled cucumbers. However, if you intend to turn it all the way up on indulgence, then the Late-night Toastie (S$16), cooked in chicken fat and filled with Montgomery’s cheddar, raclette, ogleshield, nduja, and a house fermented chilli, sounds just divine.
Larry & The Birds has also collaborated with its sister bottle shop brand Temple Cellars, to bring you a good pre-bedtime buzz. So there’s no more worrying about being unable to grab your nighttime booze past 10.30pm anymore—order whatever you so crave here from 8pm to 2am daily. So whether it’s wine, craft beer, hard seltzer, or cider that you’re looking to pair with your late-night supper, find it all here.
Make your orders and pre-orders directly via WhatsApp (+65 8800 2976), with islandwide delivery (free for orders above $100) and self pick-up (10% off) available.
Mosanco Enchanted Cafe might be a familiar name because of their cold brew series that was made all the more popular over last year’s ‘Circuit Breaker’. It seemed that just about everyone was ordering their share of beverages to tide them through yet another day of being cooped up at home.
Whether it’s delivery or takeaway you’re looking for, get your share of grub under their extensive selection here 24 hours a day, daily. They’re prepared to get your Tomyum Crabmeat Linguine (S$19.90) or Bandung Latte (S$5.90) straight to you, regardless of the hour. And as always, their cold brews are up for grabs at S$6.90 each.
As a famous young woman once said, there are few things quite as comforting as Indian food. And by famous young woman, I really mean my colleague Nicole, our resident Indian-food fanatic. At Brinda’s, you’ll be able to get your Indian fare at any time of the day, so you’re fully covered no matter when those hunger pangs hit.
You’ll get the full works—Tandoori Chicken (S$26), Mutton Kebab (S$13), Egg Masala (S$7), Palak Paneer (S$12), and much, much more here.
For additional information, call +65 6274 6327.
Here’s one for all the halal-friendly diets. Ameen Makan House serves a wide range of tasty menu items, home to Indian, Western, and Thai cuisine, so you’ll be able to get everything at one flat delivery fee until 4am daily.
Here’s one of the rare few places where you’ll find Pepperoni Beef Pizza (S$9.80), Chicken Korma (S$7), and Thai Style Fried Mee (S$5) all under the same stop. And that doesn’t even begin to cover the extent of the menu.
Kindly allow a maximum of 2 hours on their delivery orders during peak hours.
The Lucali brand is familiar to many, loved by some. With Lucali BYGB in Singapore, perhaps now’s a good time as any to give it a shot, seeing that they’ve now got deliveries and takeaways 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Even we’ve got to admit that it’s pretty amazing to be able to have your delivery whenever, wherever you want it.
Here, you’ll find soul food to tide you through the wee hours of the night, whether that might be while you’re working or binging the latest season of Hell’s Kitchen. Perhaps it’s a Calzone (S$30) or a Lasagna (S$32). To really curb those late-night munchies, the Cookies (S$10) in either peanut butter, chocolate chip or sugar to quell that sweet tooth.
During peak timing, your order may take up to 1 hour. Although, your late-night order should be just fine. For more information or enquiries, reach the team at +65 8284 1325.
You’re in luck because Hay Gelato has only recently just launched their delivery services to get their desserts to your homes even in the wee hours of the night. A concept by the ever-reliable Brine, Hay Gelato busts out equally dependable gelato that you’re going to want to stock up in your pantry.
If you’re up to try something new even amidst your late-night bleariness, the Balsamic Strawberry (S$16) and Banana Burnt Butter (S$16) might be good places to start. If not, you can always leave it up to Roasted Pistachio (S$18) and Black Sesame (S$18) to bring home the flavour.