10 Supper Spots That You Didn’t Know Are Worth The Midnight Drive Out

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.

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2. Chong Pang Nasi Lemak 

Like Tsui Wah, Chong Pang Nasi Lemak originated as just another hawker stall at Chong Pang Village Hawker Centre in 1973. Since its early days, the store has moved to a coffee shop opposite Yishun Secondary School along the busy Sembawang Road. These days, it is very hard to find decent Nasi Lemak, where the coconut rice and chilli both leave a lasting impression in the mind.


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Other than these Nasi Lemak staples, if it is your first time at Chong Pang, be sure to try the popular Long Beans and Sambal Brinjai. For those seeking to satisfy their late night hunger pangs with Nasi Lemak but do not stay near Sembawang can head to Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak in the West and Ponggol Nasi Lemak in the East.

Address: 447 Sembawang Road, Singapore 758404
Tel: 9655 1868
Website: www.chongpangnasilemak.com
Opening Hours: 5pm to 7am (Daily)

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