Remember those moments when you watch dramas till late in the night and drool over the delicacies they were enjoying in some scenes? Now you’ll get to satisfy all those late night cravings with these 12 halal food Singapore eateries that are open round the clock☺️
Pack your tummy and go, go, go!
Do note that for some of these outlets, only the drink stalls are open 24 hours, so it's best to check or call the outlet before making your way down.
1. Super Penyet
Rebranded in 2016, Super Penyet is a pocket-friendly eatery that serves fresh and delicious Indonesian fusion cuisine! Highly recommended dishes are their Nasi Goreng Ayam Penyet and Nasi Goreng Ikan Penyet! Feel like having Nasi Lemak but do not know what dishes to have in it? Here at Super Penyet, they offer a variety of combinations of side dishes for their Nasi Lemak!
Look at the crispy chicken! Definitely drooling over the sambal as well.Credit: Super Penyet Singapore on Facebook They are so generous with their food serving!Credit: Super Penyet Singapore on Facebook Address
(i) Chong Pang: 105 Yishun Ring Road, #01-170, Chong Pang Food Centre, Singapore 760105
(ii) Changi: 51 Changi Business Park Central 2, #01-01 (Stall 7), The Signature, Singapore 486066
(iii) Starhub Green: 67 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-05 (Stalls 7 & 8), Starhub Green, Singapore 408942
2. Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant
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The branch at Bukit Timah serves Italian and Mediterranean food!!![/caption]
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This Indian-Muslim restaurant is very popular amongst youngsters. The open concept makes the restaurant feel more like a coffee shop rather than those usual “atas”
restaurants you see around. Al-Azhar has the ability to accommodate large groups and their service is satisfactory round the clock too. The branch at Bukit Timah has been renovated and they now serve Italian and Mediterranean cuisines as well!
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Their succulent lamb shank![/caption]
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The all-time favorite dishes at the old branch are their Butter Masala Chicken, Butter Naan, Thosai, Murtabak and Cockles Fried Kway teow! They serve a huge variety of other food as well. Take your time to flip through their menu!
P.S. Having sweet cravings in the middle of the night? Fret not! Al-Azhar serves desserts too! Try out their Apple Crumble!
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(i) Woodlands: 30 Woodlands Avenue 1, Singapore 739065
(The Woodlands outlet has closed down :( But it's been replaced by Al-Malik, which is open till 3am!)
(ii) Bukit Timah (Opposite Bukit Timah Shopping Centre): 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736
(iii) Tampines: Block 201D Tampines Street 21, Singapore 523201
3. Al-Ameen Eating House
Another popular late night hangout spot is over at this Indian Muslim eating-house! They've recently upgraded their seating so it's family-friendly, and great for gatherings as well! They have 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!
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Bubbles are a must for a good Teh Tarik! ?[/caption]
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Order a variety of Naans to go with their butter chicken![/caption]
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You can never say ‘no’ to their masala chicken~[/caption]
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: Al-Ameen is just a few doors away from the Al-Azhar Bukit Timah Branch!
(i) Bukit Timah: 2,3,4 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599729
(ii) Woodlands: (Along Woodlands Ave 5): 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3 #01-11, Singapore 739257
4. Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House
Craving for Dim sum in the middle of the night? Head down to Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House! Harboring 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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Mmm~ look how thick the gravy is![/caption]
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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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The perfect blend of wheatgrass and coconut![/caption]
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: You can order online from their website
and get your food delivered!!
(i) East Coast Park: 1202 East Coast Parkway, East Coast Seafood Centre #01-01, Singapore 449881
(ii) Bedok: 340 Bedok Road, Singapore 469520
5. Mr Teh Tarik Eating HouseCredit: @itstheben on Instagram
This is definitely the
place to go if you are craving for local delights! With so many branches across the island (NINE!), we are sure that you will be near one when you are looking for a hangout spot 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 ?
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Traditional snacks like Putu Piring can be found here[/caption]
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(i) Geylang: 970 Geylang Road, #01-02 Tristar Complex, Singapore 423492
(ii) Tampines: 820 Tampines Street 81, #01-560, Singapore 520820
(iii) Yishun: 846 Yishun Ring Road, #01-3603, Singapore 760846
(iv) Ang Mo Kio: 608 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, #01-2771, Singapore 560608 and 728 Ang Mo Kio Avenues 6, #01-4200, Singapore 560728
(v) East Coast Parkway: 902 East Coast Parkway, #01-04/07 Playground @ Big Splash, Singapore 449874
(vi) Woodlands: 306 Woodlands Street 31, #01-01, Singapore 731306
(vii) Jurong West: 456 Jurong West Street 41, #01-750, Singapore 640456
(viii) Changi: 1 Changi Business Park Crescent, #01-21 Plaza 8, Singapore 486025
6. R. K Eating House Pte LtdCredit: @kate2.0 on Instagram
How cool is it to have the tallest tissue prata for 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 handmade to perfection, crispy and fluffy, and the portion is definitely value for money!
Many young crowds choose to come to this eating-house due to their accommodating menus that are perfect for gatherings. Other recommended dishes are their Butter Chicken and Cheese Naan!
P.S. Ever wondered how Teh Tariks are made? Here’s a simple gif to show you ?
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Humongous tower drinks going at $17 for 5 liters![/caption]
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1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253
7. Cafeela Thohirah Restaurant
This very famous late night hangout spot is situated at Jalan Kayu and Bukit Batok! If you're craving for Thosai, Nasi Lemak or Murtabak, Thohirah Restaurant is definitely the place to go!
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Look at how crispy and thick their mutton murtabak is[/caption]
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The basmati rice used for their Nasi Lemak is so fluffy ? Their sambal is also mildly spicy, which is suitable for those with weaker stomach. Of course not forgetting their super crispy ikan bilis and chicken wings~ With a combination like this, we bet no one can resist the temptation!
Other dishes to try here include their Mutton Murtabak, Thosai and also Milo Dinosaur.
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The often raved-about nasi lemak![/caption]
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(i) Jalan Kayu: 254 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799481
(ii) Bukit Batok: 374 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-204, Singapore 650374
8. Akbar 24 Hour Restaurant
Visit this restaurant for their popular Beehoon goreng! They serve every plate of rice or noodle dish with a perfect sunny side up. Pratas are made freshly too! The pratas are served piping hot, and its crispy yet soft texture will make you come for more.
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Other dishes you should try here are their Sup Tulang Merah and Murtabak.
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Look at how the beautiful egg yolk runs down the noodles[/caption]
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: 2 Lim Teck Kim Road, Singapore 088933
9. 89.7 Supper Club
Spoilt for choices over what to have for supper? Just order a few of each type of cuisine then! Here at 89.7 Supper Club, they serve Chinese, Indian, Dimsum, Western and Malay cuisines. The drink to order here of course is the Super Cooler (yes, again! Personal favorite!). They serve the humongous drink towers here too.
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Order many different dishes to satisfy your cravings~[/caption]
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Craving for hot and yummy dim sums or fusion dessert dishes? Try their Golden Sand Bun or their ice cream prata!
Credit: @abujalma on InstagramAddress:
(i) Changi: 5 Changi Village Road, #01-2035, Singapore 500005
(ii) Paya Lebar: 1016 Geylang East Avenue 3, #01-165, Singapore 389731
10. Encik Tan
Serving an assortment of hawker fares like the Wanton Noodle, Laksa and Chicken Cutlet Noodle, the Bugis+ outlet will satisfy your cravings day and night! Fancy a bowl of Fried Kway Teow? The springy noodles with handmade chilli paste, eggs and prawns will tantalise your tastebud with every bite! You won't be bored of the locale dishes thanks to the explosion of flavours.
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Of course, you can't call it a night without digging in to their signature Wanton Noodles. Look at the charsiew chicken on the side ?
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Tuck into a bowl of their infamous cendol, and feel your worries melt away. Oh, this is what sweet dreams are truly made of!
Credit: Encik Tan Singapore on Facebook Address:
201 Victoria Street, #01-02/K1, Bugis+, Singapore 188067
11. Sri Sun Express
From pratas that give you a sugar rush to tangy buffalo wings, you're always in for something new each time you dine here. Treat your tastebuds to the Ice Cream Paper Prata or the Honeymoon Prata for a sweet, sweet affair ?
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Or, chow down a plate of Maggi Goreng and Masala Buffalo Wings for a savoury time!
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Looking for something different other than your teh tarik? Why not consider the butterscotch milkshake or mango and lychee mojitos?
Credit: srisunexpress on InstagramAddress:
56 Serangoon Garden Way
12. Mas-Ayu Restaurant
While the eatery offers some of the best Malaysian cuisines from Nasi Padang to Nasi Goreng Pattaya, that's not all! Indulge in the tasty Cockles Fried Rice or try the unique Rose Water Noodle. You can't forget about the fried calamari that is on everyone's must-try list!
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The humble fare will remind you of home, and make you fall in love with every nostalgic bite ?
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55 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455215
How do you find all these eateries we have recommended? Do give them a try and drop us a feedback! If you know of any other Halal eateries that are open 24 hours, feel free to share with us too! We hope that this article will help all the night owls to satisfy your late night cravings!