5 24 hour Food Places in Singapore

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Sleepless nights? Late night cravings? We’ve all been there. If you don’t make it before your favourite hot pot place closes or if you’re looking for something a little less “heavy”, check out one of these 24 hour food places instead.

Mosanco Enchanted Cafes

Photo credit: Enchanted Cafe Instagram page

This is one of the hot favourites on the list and they’ve even got 7 branches islandwide, so there’s likely one that won’t be far from where you’re at. Of the 7 branches, only their Bedok and Jurong outlets are not open 24 hours at the moment. Even so, there’s always the option of delivery that’s available 24/7. They’ve even recently released a new menu, you can read more about it here. While their menu differs slightly at their various branches, there’s something for everyone. They have burgers, pastas, rice, toasts, croissants, desserts, cold brews… the list goes on and on.

For more information, check out their website here

Mr Prata

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Don’t let the name fool you, they sell a lot more than just prata.

Though not explicitly stated on their website, all of their 5 outlets sell halal food. Mr Prata is where you can find halal Indian, Western, Middle-Eastern, Malay and Thai food at any time of the day. Personally, I’m not a fan of their Thai food but their chicken tikka kathi kebab sure is tasty.

For more information, check out their website here

126 Wen Dao Shi (Geylang Branch)

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While many of us are familiar with Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant (been around since 1962), it’s not open 24 hours. If you’re craving dim sum at 4am, 126 Wen Dao Shi (Geylang branch) is the place to go. They have a wide variety of food for you to choose from. Anything from your usual siew mai and carrot cake to curry chicken chee cheong fun and deep fried frogs.

For more information, check out their website here

R.K. Eating House

Hear it from Chef Bob himself. Apart from being the place that serves the crispiest prata in Singapore, he said that the RK Special is “the best prata I have ever tasted”. This halal food place is a hot favourite amongst locals, serving up delicious and affordable dishes. If you haven’t already tried it, what are you waiting for?

For more information, check out their Facebook Page here


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We started this list with a cafe and we’re ending it off with one too. This Korean cafe is located at Shaw House and is divided into 2 levels, the restaurant and dessert cafe. Only the restaurant on the first level is open 24/7.

Some items on their food menu are absolutely mouth-watering but they are on the pricier side – a plate of Kim Chi Fried Rice is $19.50 (before GST and service charge). The ambience is comfortable but it can get quite cold so I’d recommend bringing a jacket along.

For more information, check out their website here

What other 24 hour food places do you think should be added to the list?

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