Every once in a while we might feel a little bit peckish as we stay up late watching our favourite shows or scrolling through Instagram. And while instant noodles or quick snacks just might do, sometimes we need a little bit more.
So if you're the type of person that loves having midnight supper but not so much making said midnight meals, this one's for you. HHWT has compiled a list of halal food eateries in Singapore that are as good as open 24-hours, and they might just be near you!
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.
24-Hour Eateries That May Be Near You
1. Al-Azhar Restaurant
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 (well, assuming 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!
Credit: Al-Azhar on Facebook
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!
Opening Hours: 8am - 11.30pm
: Check out their outlets here
2. Ameen Makan House
Another popular late night hangout spot is over at this eating-house! They have a huge variety of food on their menu too, but you should definitely try their Indian cuisine 🤗 Ameen Makan House serves great Teh Tarik (Pulled milk tea), Briyani, Masala Chicken, Naans and also Tandoori Chicken!
Credit: Ameen Makan House on Facebook
Ameen Makan House
11am - 4am
4 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599729
P.S. You could also get your food delivered!
3. The Dim Sum Place The Dim Sum Place 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 😋
Credit: The Dim Sum Place on Facebook
The Dim Sum Place
Sun-Thurs: 11AM-11PM, Fri-Sat: 11AM-2AM
791 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198759
P.S. If you love Chinese food, you'd want to check out these 18 halal Chinese eateries in Singapore!
4. R.K. Eating House Pte Ltd
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!
R.K. Eating House
1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253
P.S. Have you tried this premium halal butcher? It has amazing halal wagyu!
5. 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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The basmati rice used for their Nasi Lemak is so fluffy, and 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.
258 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799487
P.S. In the East of Singapore? Check out this Chang Airport Halal food guide!
6. Tang Tea House
With halal dim sum favourites like their Shanghai steamed dumplings, Siew Mai, Har Kow and their famous Golden Sand Pau (salted egg yolk pau), you're all set for a scrumptious meal when you order from Tang Tea House 🤗 Of course, you can't miss out their range of authentic Chinese noodles like fried Bee Hoon noodles and Beef Brisket noodles. Their chicken rice is also super yummy 😋
Credit: Tang Tea House on Facebook
Tang Tea House
Address: Check our their outlets here
P.S. Heading to Sentosa? Check this halal food guide out!
7. Sri Sun Express
Srisun is known for their Goreng Specials which includes fried rice or noodles (mee goreng, kway teow, Maggi, bee hoon) and cheese fries! As if that doesn't sound appetising enough, you can take it up a notch by getting their Tarik specials instead, which has chicken or mutton satay as an add-on 🤤 Besides that, their mouth-watering chicken, mutton and fish murtabak, thosai, briyani and prata will be the
comfort food you'd need to fill your tummy!
Credit: Sri Sun Express on Facebook
Address: Check out their outlets here!
With 7 awesome choices for supper, you won't need to go hungry at night! From delectable Indian cuisine to dim sum, you'll be having a hearty feast. Share this with your best friends and have a late night supper party with them at home!