21 Westie Midnight Supper Spots in Singapore

For the weirdest reason, I find myself the most hungry at midnight, when the streets are quiet and most F&B outlets are closed.

However, being a Westie in Singapore, there aren’t many articles that I can depend on to point me in the direction of supper places in my area. And it might be due to this very reason that there’s a rumour going on about how there aren’t any good supper spots in the West side of our little island.

Us Westies have been made the butt of jokes by our friends from the other regions for quite some time now. I’ve heard my fair share of “Journey to the West”, “Ulu industrial part of Singapore” and “Meet where? Jungle ah?”, followed by evil slews of laughter.

And you know what? I think it’s time to prove our friends wrong. Here’s a list of West-based midnight supper spots that you can wave in your friends’ faces for the next time they dare to mock our lands again.

–Far West–

1. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

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Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak Stall, so popular that there always seems to be an everlasting queue in front of it, is very well known amongst us Westies. To me, an important component to a Nasi Lemak is their Sambal, and Boon Lay Power has mind-blowing Sambal Chilli.

Apart from their default set meals, they’ve also got scrumptious unusual sides to add to your meal, like Popcorn Chicken.

Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak : #01-06, Boon Lay Place Market and Food Centre, 221 Boon Lay PlaceTel: +65 9006 4730
Opening hours: 6pm to 2am (Daily)

2. Bai Li Xiang @ 179 Kopitiam (Ah Lian)

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Endearingly known by the NTU students as “Ah Lian”, Bai Li Xiang offers a large selection of sides to add to your choice of noodles.

If you live in Pioneer or are around that area looking for a good supper place, I’d recommend coming to Ah Lian. It’s guaranteed satisfaction.

179 Kopitiam: Blk 651, Jurong West St 63, Singapore 648310
Opening Hours: 10pm – 5.30am (Daily)

3. JW 491 Frog Porridge


JW 491, formerly known as Sixties Frog Porridge, whips up some pretty awesome frog porridge at reasonable prices. If, for some reason, it’s the middle of the night and you’re craving for some amphibians simmering in thick gravy, I’m pretty sure this is the stall for you.

JW 491 Frog Porridge: 491 Jurong West Avenue 1, Singapore 640491 | Tel: 8168 4843
Opening Hours: 5:30pm – 3:30am (Daily) 

4. Prata Wala (Jurong West)

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For those living in Jurong West and are looking to sate your prata cravings, Prata Wala is here for you to indulge in. If you’re getting any of their Prata sets, definitely do not underestimate the portion sizing and get ready to be really full.

Prata Wala: #01-71/72/73/74, Jurong Point, 63 Jurong West Central 3, Singapore 648331 Tel: +65 6795 2530
Opening Hours: 24 hours (Closed 3am – 5am)

–Central West–

5. Niqqi’s Cheese Prata Shop

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A popular place to grab supper at for the NUS crowd, The Cheese Prata Shop is also famous for its variety of Pratas. Go grab yourself a Tissue Prata or a Maggi Goreng and sate that midnight craving.

Warning: Their drinks are a bit mediocre, so don’t set expectations too high.

Niqqi’s Cheese Prata Shop: 18 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129747
Opening Hours: 24 hours (Daily)

6. SPRUCE @ Fire Station

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If you’re craving the Italian classics and some American comfort food, SPRUCE is the place for you. And get this, they have an exclusive menu just for us supper folk from Tuesdays to Sundays between 10pm to 11.45pm.

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So gather a large group of your best kakis and come on down to this joint to stuff your faces. I’d recommend their Pugliese ($27) and Spruce Hot Wings ($12).

Spruce: 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 588213 | Tel: +65 6466 5582 | Website
Opening Hours: Mon: Closed Tue – Thu: 11.30am – 12.30am | Fri: 11.30am – 1am | Sat: 9am to 1am Sun: 9am to 12.30am 

7. Fong Seng Fast Food Nasi Lemak

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Fong Seng is the joint that the NUS crowd go to for their quick Nasi Lemak fix. I’d say that they’ve got a larger than normal range of ingredients to add to the base of coconut rice. Several unconventional ingredients like the Tempura Crab Stick, and Breaded Prawns are there for your selection to decorate your rice with.

Although it surely isn’t the best in Singapore, it’s definitely above average.

Fong Seng Nasi Lemak: 22 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129751
Opening hours: 6am to 4am (Daily)

8. Boon Tong Kee

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Cheong Chin Nam Road is a treasure trove of supper places with almost the entire stretch of shops being open for business till late at night.

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One of my favourites from this stretch would be Boon Tong Kee’s Chicken Rice. Arguably the franchise that serves up the best chicken rice in Singapore, Boon Tong Kee is a place I find solace at when my Chicken Rice cravings get out of hand.

Boon Tong Kee: 18 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599742 | Tel: 6463 2289
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 2:45pm, 3:30pm – 1am | Sat – Sun: 11am – 3pm, 3:30pm – 1am

9. Al-Azhar

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I remember ordering my first Milo Dinosaur, Godzilla, and Bandung Dinosaur from this place, and you know what, even to this day, I feel that they serve the best Dinosaur/Godzilla drinks. Apart from their drinks, I’d recommend getting anything on their menu. Yes, anything. Everything is good at Al-Azhar. Why else would it be jam-packed with people 24/7?

Al-Azhar: 11 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599736 Tel:6466 5052
Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

Apart from these two joints, there are several other stalls open to suit your individual supper cravings.

10. G7 Sin Ma Claypot Live Frog

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Those into frog porridge, go to G7 Sinma Frog Porridge. With fresh, succulent frogs simmering in gravy cooked with a closely-guarded and long standing secret recipe, G7 Sinma Frog Porridge has been a popular go-to for those who love eating green leapers. If you’re not really sure of what you want, just try walking along the stretch of Cheong Chin Nam to see what catches your eye!

G7 Sinma Frog Porridge: 5 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599730 Tel: +65 6467 7317
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30am (Daily)

11. 2am: Dessert Bar (Holland V)

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For those looking for a fine artisanal dessert and cocktail experience, 2am: Dessert Bar boasts amazing gastronomical delights and a dining area with comfortable leather beds to lounge on.
If you’d like, you could witness the wizardry behind these creations by sitting at their open bar area. Watch the magic come to life.
2am:Dessert Bar: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277733 Tel:6291 9727
Opening Hours: Mon: Closed | Tue – Sun: 3pm – 2am

–North West–

12. Fishball Noodle @ 302

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Located right beside Choa Chu Kang MRT Station and the bus interchange, the 302 coffee shop is extremely convenient to get to and hosts awesome supper stalls (which explains why it’s ALWAYS crowded).

Majority of the stalls are open 24/7, so you can come down here at literally any time you want to and not have to worry about food availability.

The Bak Chor Mee from the Fishball Noodles Stall at CCK 302 Foodhouse has been my guilty pleasure for years on end. It’s one of the few comfort foods that I’ve unfailingly had random cravings for and continually return to. This Bak Chor mee has NEVER ever failed me. And I can vouch that it will never fail you either.

CCK 302 Foodhouse: 37 Choa Chu Kang Loop, Singapore 689675
Opening Hours: 24 hours (Daily)

13. Economic Bee Hoon Noodle @ 302

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By day, they serve the standard economic Bee Hoon, but by nightfall, the ingredients get the limelight. You get to choose whatever liao you want and when you see that your bowl is sufficiently loaded, you pass it to them and they’ll deep fry everything for you.

That means that everything is served hot (unlike standard economic Bee Hoon procedure). You also have the option of adding Bee Hoon if you want. And you know you want it.

The liao is served with a side of really sweet chili sauce, and although I’m not a really big fan of it, others find it amazing.

CCK 302 Foodhouse: 37 Choa Chu Kang Loop, Singapore 689675
Opening Hours: 24 hours (Daily)

14. Siam Square Mookata (Bukit Batok)

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Simply because I’m a sucker for extremely value-for-money foods and barbecues/steamboats, Siam Square Mookata simply hits the spot for me. Their menu has a generous selection of ingredients to choose from, including ingredients marinated in their recently introduced choices of Teriyaki and Black Pepper marinades. Most ingredients offered are priced at a dirt cheap $1.80, and these low costs sure don’t compromise quality at all.

Furthermore, they have three amazing dipping sauces to choose from for you to spice up your meal.

Tip: get the fish pasta. It might not sound appetising, but oh it undoubtedly is.

Siam Square Mookata:Blk 155, Bukit Batok St 11, Singapore 650155
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 5pm – 2am| Fri – Sun: 5pm – 3am

15. Char-Grill Bar

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FoodClique, located just a bus stop away from Bukit Gombak, resides just beside another fellow coffeeshop, but I think it serves a wider variety of food, and good food at that (perfect for supper cravings).

Help yourself to some Western Food at the Chargrill Bar at relatively cheap prices. All set meals come with the choice of two side dishes. Their 200g steak set meals are priced as low as $10.80, and come served sizzling on a hot stone pan. Chargrill Bar has such a colourful and extensive menu, they even have seven types of fish options to select from.

FoodClique (Char-Grill): 347, Bukit Batok Street 34, Singapore 650347
Opening Hours: 11am – 3am (Daily)

16. Teochew Noodles Stall


Ah, the Teochew Noodles Stall. They serve thick, creamy laksa and amazing Mushroom Pork Ribs Noodles. I’m telling you, I could down both in just five minutes. Their dishes keep you wishing that there were more in the bowl.

FoodClique (Teochew Noodles): 347, Bukit Batok Street 34, Singapore 650347

Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

17. Wanton Noodles Stall


Their Wanton Noodles are quite different from your average Wanton Noodles. These noodles are more floury than usual, and their Wantons have water chestnuts in them. You don’t find many Wanton Noodle Stalls that serve these elements anymore. Although the portions might be quite small, it’s a noodle dish I’m willing to sacrifice quantity for.

Another thing that I love about Foodclique is their Dim Sum Stall that’s open 24/7. Now that’s a gem because really, how many dim sum stalls do you know that are open 24/7 and are located in the West? Their Dim Sum sells at as low as $0.70, and are a much better quality than the standard Hawker Centre grade.

FoodClique (Wanton Noodles): 347, Bukit Batok Street 34, Singapore 650347
Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

18. Hai Xian Zhu Zhou 海鲜煮粥 (Ke Kou Mian)

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Hai Xian Zhu Zhou opens only in the wee hours of the morning, catering more to the clubbers who travel back home to the West after an exhausting night of drinking and dancing in Town. Those Westies looking for a heartwarming bowl of noodles, the kind that your Mum makes and you can just feel the love seeping out of, come to Hai Xian Zhu Zhou for some love served in the form of soup noodles.

Hai Xian Zhu Zhou: Blk 163, Gangsa Road, Singapore 670163
Opening Hours: 3am – 12pm

19. Mufiz Food Corner


Sometimes, when you go out in search of good prata to pamper yourself, you get disappointed because the Prata is cold or too moist or too tasteless etc. Now, Mufiz will not disappoint you. On top of great Prata, their curry is quite close to perfect, I would say. If prata isn’t enough, get some of their Kway Teow Goreng too (it’s even nicer if you mix tomato sauce with it).

Mufiz Food Corner: 632 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore 650633
Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

20. Roasted Delights Stall

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Most of Happy Hawkers’ stalls are open 24/7, but there are only a select few that I consistently patronise.

My favourite from Happy Hawkers is the Roasted Delights Stall. I visit this stall so often after clubbing or late night work shifts, that the stall owner’s pretty much become my homie. Mouthwatering chicken, fragrant rice, and a large bowl of hearty peanut soup, is really all one could ask for.

Happy Hawkers (Roasted Delights): 632 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore 650632
Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

21. Ban Mian/Fish Soup Stall

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Another stall to look out for at Happy Hawkers is the Ban Mian/Fish Soup Stall. Their broth is really homely, the kind that makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside. A second factor to look out for is the Ikan Bilis. Their Ikan Bilis, fried to crispy tastiness and dunked into your soup, makes everything even more delectable. I’d recommend either getting the normal Ban Mian or their Tom Yum Dumpling Noodles. Or why not both?

Happy Hawkers (Ban Mian): 632 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore 650632
Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

This list of midnight supper places really isn’t exhaustive to say the least. If you guys have got other West-side midnight supper places in mind, let me know! Help a fellow Westie out here.

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