Recommended lists for Supper

Recommended lists of Best Food & Restaurants for Supper in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Supper Best Supper Spots in Singapore 2016 There is something strangely gratifying, and a little naughty, about supper. It's usually spontaneous and sometimes even unnecessary, but for night owls, you cannot argue with the need to quieten a growling belly at midnight. We trawled the island in search of the tastiest places to eat after dark — from back alley zi char in Geylang and Thai boat noodles in Selegie, to the spiciest Hokkien mee and the fluffiest prata in Macpherson, we have packed this guide with ideas for your next supper. Go on, live a little dangerously.
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.
Burpple Guides, Supper 9 Best Steamboats in Singapore For the rare times when Singapore gets gloomy, "cold" and rains all day, there are few things as comforting and delightful as getting a bunch of friends and having a hotpot together. These 9 places are sure to warm you up and leave you feeling satisfied!
Supper, Desserts, Cafes & Coffee, Cakes Late Night Desserts Spots In Singapore Bring a sweet tooth, I always crave for cakes or waffle at unearthly hours. Thankfully there's a few cafes which open late especially weekends, up to 2am. Here's the list of cakes & snacks!

Top 10 Places for Supper

Top 10 places for Supper

Latest Reviews for Supper

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Supper

Meat gravy noodles with fried Yong Tau Foo~~ ($7.50 though. Prices have increased since years ago when it was housed at Hong Leong building basement) #burpple #burpplesg #fulinyongtaufoo #fulinyongtaufu

We’ve all survived half the week (almost!) now.. have you tried Frog Porridge 🐸? It’s texture is very similar to chicken except a lot lot lot LOT LOOOOOTTTT more tender and if you’re a fellow westie, here’s a stall that does it real well! (As recommended by @foodkingnoc 😏)

Featured in frame is their Claypot Dried Chilli Frog ($7 for single portion), and if you add a pot of claypot porridge is +$1.50 otherwise it’s $0.50 for a bowl of porridge 🤗 Think flavourful and well marinated frog, coated with a layer of bubbling and piping hot sauce 🤤🤤

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(Night time location) Located at 85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre, #01-210 Singapore 460085. One of the best supper food to eat on a late night! We ordered a bowl of Minced Meat Ball & Century Egg Porridge for only $3.50. Porridge texture is so smooth and it has a little sticky feel which we loved! As we eat and stirs, the porridge will turn more watery.. Minced Pork ball portion is well-ratio, well-marinated and flavourful! Century egg just adds more flavours to the bowl of porridge! Best combination of porridge which warms not just our tummy and also our heart. #hungryunicornsg #bedok85 #chaicheeporkporridge #chaicheeporridge

Original, tang-o and mushroom. Not a big fan of meatballs but there's a lot of things in it to provide textural contrast. Tbh in the end it didn't even really taste like meatballs lol

With prawn balls and meat balls, as well as pork dumplings and pork and seafood dumpling. There was one more item which wasn't available that day so they changed it to scallops. There's also prawn paste, but the prawn and sotong? ball was the unanimous favourite. Really bouncy with nice pieces of prawns inside for a difference in texture, it goes well with any broth but definitely works best with the prawn broth

They will request to mix the sauce for you and I happily obliged. The result is a slightly spicy and tangy sauce that really goes well with the meat. Loved it but it can be a little oily

Located at 85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre, #01-25 Singapore 460085. This $2 comes with 4 rice balls and soup of your choice! U can choose the soup choices from Peanut, almond and ginger soup. As for the rice balls, there are peanut, Sesame, Red Bean, Yam and Matcha fillings to choose from! We personally love their peanut and sesame fillings rice balls!! The rice balls are so soft, smooth and chewy, fillings are filled full inside too! Super awesome rice balls compared to those frozen ones sold in supermarket! @75ahballing #hungryunicornsg #75ahballing #ahballing #riceballs #bedok85

The Prawn Soup Base was simply unforgettable because of its richness, and the quality is comparable with some of those renowned prawn noodles out there. The best way to enjoy it is to constantly scoop the soup into your bowls, so that the staff can regularly refill the pot, just to ensure that the soup does not taste too heavy on sodium. Their other signature soup base — Healthy Collagen — tasted a tad too bland for my liking, or maybe that was just because it was compared against the Prawn Soup Base and the Si-Chuan Soup Base.

Pity that some of the tastier items in the menu are only available as ala-carte items, as those are the ones (read: prawn balls, prawn paste and Japan Kurobuta pork belly) that will probably make me want to come back for more. The rest of the dishes available under the buffet were fine but lacked that surprise, as you would probably get the same stuff from other steamboat buffets.

Their steamboat comes in both ala-carte and buffet dinner options, with the latter priced at S$34.80 for two hours of dining (not inclusive of drinks).


Soup is legit! Decent steamboat place with good value. Great view of Clarke Quay also. Staff is super friendly and accommodating. Will come back again for sure😊