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Burpple Guides, Late Night Tastemakers Guide To Best Supper Spots in Singapore Suppers have a way of bringing people closer together and making food taste a little better. Add a dose of spontaneity to your life and wrestle for Yong Tau Foo at the stroke of midnight, share tasty Northern Chinese dishes with your friends for the first time or have a comforting bowl of peppery Bak Kut Teh after a long day at work. Our Tastemakers have trawled the island to uncover the tastiest places to eat after dark, so go on, quieten that growling belly of yours with this definitive guide to the best supper spots!
Burpple Guides, Supper, Late Night, Hawker Food 10 Super Supper #Hawkerpedia Stories From stressful and terrifying (but so worth it!) midnight yong tau fu adventures, to post-mahjong kuay chap cravings and impromptu late night prata sessions in university, these nostalgic #Hawkerpedia stories are testament to Singapore's undying love for food, any time of the day.

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Zui Hong Lou serves some very well-balanced Szechuan-inspired cocktails alongside Szechuan-style small plates that unfortunately, are in fact quite small. The trio of deep-fried shrimp paste chicken sliders deliver the goods, but not at a comfortable price point for me.

Taste: 3/5

If only the skin could be thinner, it would be even better.
Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao 翡翠拉面小笼包
Address 🏠 : 241 Holland Avenue, Singapore 🇸🇬 278 976
Tel ☎️ : 6463 0968
Open ⏰ : 11am - 10pm
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : Holland Village (CC21)
Picture taken with : iPhone 📱 6


This poke bowl really packed a punch with its various components. The spicy salmon brought lots of heat, the pineapple cubes gave great sweetness and acidity, and the kelp introduced a contrasting texture to the dish, when eaten with the sushi rice. There was only a small portion of avocado that was given, but in any case, it was overpowered by all the other components and you didn’t really get that creaminess from it, nor any zest from the lime that was supposed to have been added. Portion of salmon was alright, although it might be hard to tell because we ordered an extra portion, so it might not be accurate.


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We were all looking forward to this one, sadly it didn't quite deliver. A slightly insipid, meatless sauce over a few paltry chunks of tofu does not cut it for me, especially after a long wait. As it stands, the tiny open kitchen at the front of the restaurant is insufficient to handle a full house.

Taste: 2.5/5


Super worth it cos I don’t know many places where you can get a punch of flavour like this. Tasty Pig’s head terrine with spicy pickled veg, mopped up nicely with charred bread. That’s the way to start a meal.


Pricey, but I can’t imagine not ordering it when dining here! Ooey gooey yummy comfort is why I come here. Also great beer and chic spot, love dining by the bar. Fab service too! This is pictured without the spring onions.


Sitting on buttery polenta clouds, finished with Chili oil and a touch of mint. Indulgent, delicious, will inhale happily again.


Carbonara cooked in cream sauce with chicken and bacon, then topped with parmesan cheese. This tasted too creamy and was rather ordinary to me.


At first I thought the laksa sauce sounded exotic and interesting with popcorn chicken, but it wasn't exactly like the actual laksa sauce? And it was quite little too so towards the end it became just an ordinary dish of popcorn chicken...


Hands down one of the best grilled cheeses we’ve had! (Though he wishes that a sharper cheese was used but she thinks that’ll detract from the savouriness of the short rib). The bread was toasted almost perfectly, with the ends slightly burnt, but magnificently crispy. While the short rib could have a bit more flavour, its texture added another dimension to the Grilled Cheese. A tomato soup was also served on the side, and while not common in Singapore, it paired really nicely together. The soup had great depth to it, and packed a punch, and really kept us going back for more.


It was the cheapest bingsu on the menu.

Dollops of sweet red bean, sprinkled with sweet warabi powder for that light, accentuating the sweetness of the dessert. But sweet on sweet may actually be a wonderful combination, if it’s not jelak.

But the milky bingsu was delightful to eat, melting once it comes in contact with your tongue. I really enjoyed it, and I actually finished it on my own!

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