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LIST: 24-hour eats after watching a concert in Singapore

By Camille Santiago Published Mar 02, 2024 1:50 pm

Singapore's food scene is a blessing for anyone struck by hunger pangs, no matter the time. Sure, familiar fast food chains like McDonald's or Burger King might seem tempting, but the city is full of gastronomic options to satisfy those cravings—whether you're looking for a hot bowl of laksa, a serving of spicy seafood, or a plate of chicken rice.

Luckily, several spots cater to night owls, perfect for grabbing a bite after an evening out, like a concert. So, here are some restaurants and stalls open for 24 hours in Singapore.

Lau Pa Sat

18 Raffles Quay

Ask any local and they'll tell you Lau Pa Sat is a must-visit hawker in Singapore. Also known as Telok Ayer Market, Lau Pa Sat is a historic building located within the Downtown Core in the Central Area. It houses food stalls from all around Asia offering affordable meals.

Tip: If you're going to a hawker center, bring cash as most of them do not accept credit cards.

Newton Food Centre

500 Clemenceau Ave N

Another iconic hawker place is Newton Food Centre. Fans of Crazy Rich Asians will recognize this location from the movie. Here you can find Michelin Bib Gourmand-listed stalls like Heng, serving oyster omelettes; Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge; R&B Express for its Chicken Wings and Satays; and Alliance Seafood, which is known for its chili crabs.

Lang Nuong Vietnam

18 Foch Rd & 19 Hamilton Rd

Looking for something else aside from laksa and satay? Head to Lang Nuong Vietnam, which serves authentic Vietnamese barbequed street food. 

For the adventurous, try the fried chicken feet grilled with fish sauce, grilled frog, stir-fried tripe with sour cabbage, mussels with rice paper or grilled goat sausage.

Balestier Bak Kut Teh

365/369 Balestier Rd

If you're looking for something hot and steaming, get a bowl of bak kut teh from Balestier Bak Kut Teh. In case you didn't know, bak kut teh is a pork rib soup dish that has a clear and light broth seasoned with pepper and garlic.

They also have other variations of the classic Singaporean dish called the Mala BKT which features pork ribs, pig stomach, sliced pork, and meatballs in a mala-spiked soup.

Ming Fa Fishball Noodles

246B Upper Thomson Rd

Those who are looking for their noodle fix can go to Ming Fa, a popular joint in Singapore selling minced meat and fishball noodles. You can even customize your meal with different types of noodles and sauces according to your preference! They have several branches but the one in Upper Thomson Road is open 24 hours.


2 Lim Teck Kim Road

If you find yourself in Tanjong Pagar, satisfy your late-night cravings at Akbar, a cozy Indian-Muslim eatery within Klapstar Boutique Hotel. They offer a wide selection of prata, alongside favorites like murtabak, pisang goreng, and more.

Yong He Eating House

458 Geylang Road

Yong He Eating House serves up traditional Taiwanese snacks like mee sua and fried dough fritters. For something light, get the soybean curd or the toasted bun with meat floss.