Late night hunger pangs are always easily satisfied here in Singapore
While staying up late or going to bed on a full stomach are usually frowned upon, there is no denying that the supper culture in Singapore is well and truly alive. And aside from just stuffing yourself with late night goodies, suppertime is also a recreational activity that involves getting together with your bffs to catch up over a hot meal. In our list, we considerately left out the predictable places such as Spize, Al-Azhar, Swee Choon and Chomp Chomp Food Centre, and included in other lesser-known eateries that you can rely on as your go-to supper spot.
Photo: 2211 Mookata Facebook
10. 2211 Mookata (Jurong West)
If you stay in the dorms of NTU, you may be well aware of this late night hang out spot. A mere five-minute drive or 15-minute walk away from NTU’s pioneer exit, 2211 Mookata, is a favoured choice amongst students to quell their late night hunger pangs after a long day of studying. Mookata, which loosely translates to pork and skillet in English, has been growing in popularity among Singaporeans as dinner or supper options. From the a la carte menu, prices start from $1.50, and platters for 2 or 4 at $22 and $40 respectively.
Address: 907 Jurong West Street 91, Singapore 640907
Opening Hours: 5pm – 3am (Daily)