TTDI's Best: Late Night Eats

TTDI's Best: Late Night Eats

Experience the rhythm of the dark with this list of fantastic places to be when night falls in TTDI. From supper time coffee and conversations to wine in a reservations-only speakeasy bar and some super tasty mac and cheese, these late night sanctums will have something for you.
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Mamak fare is a given for late nights and Devi’s Corner has TTDI residents covered. Be it for post happy hour eats or midnight hunger pangs, come prepared to feast! Devi’s Corner serves excellent roti canai in all its variations. The Roti Jantan (RM3) sounds a mouthful, because it is, with two eggs folded in the centre of the delicious dough. Small eaters may prefer the lighter Roti Telur (RM2.50) or even the classic Roti Canai (RM1.70). While you tear yourself a piece of that roti, a glass of Teh O Ais Limau (RM1.80) will surely quench the thirst.
Avg Price: RM5

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Artisan Roast screams Melbourne vibes with its graffiti-inspired decor, and its condusive table arrangement makes it good for late night talks. The coffee (from RM8) here is good but if you enjoy a fun drink, try the Fresh Red (RM10), made from rooibos tea and apple juice. Artisan's desserts are displayed temptingly in the chiller so reward yourself with a Grasshopper (RM3) or the Caramel Slice (RM3), mini square-shaped cake pops that will relish your sweet tooth without waistline worries!
Avg Price: RM15

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French and Italian restaurant Topshelf has a lot to offer when night falls — fine food and a wonderful list of wines to accompany the date-night-worthy meal. Once seated, a plate of warm bread will be sent to your table — it's great dipped into the accompanying olive oil and balsemic vinegar. After that, get your knives ready to cut into the beautifully presented Orange Quail (RM27), roasted to a golden crisp with succulent insides, served with savoury bacon hash and a poached egg. Pair it with the Wine of The Week (charged by the bottle) to best enjoy the night.
Avg Price: RM70

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As their tagline proclaims, it's mou man tai (meaning 'no problem' in Cantonese) here at Tom, Dick & Harry's because these guys make addictively good Malaysian-ised pub grub, and happy hour begins at 4pm! Try not to fight with your friends over the crispy Porky Fries (RM20.10) and crackling Chicken Crackers (RM20.10) as you nurse a mug of draught beer (from RM10.60). Tom, Dick & Harry’s also has a reputation for their great music selections so if you can find yourself some standing space, go ahead and bust a move.
Avg Price: RM30

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This corner lot hawker stall is the designated evening haunt for TTDI folks looking for a hearty Chinese 'tai chow' dinner with the surprise of bottled beers. Start off with a bottle of Tiger (RM17.80 for 640ml), served with short glasses for sharing. When the man with a pen and paper in his hands approaches you, say OK to the deep fried golden Salted Egg Yolk French Beans (RM13). Another favourite is the Sizzling Tofu (RM12) that comes bearing smoke, sizzle and soft Japanese tofu on top of a thin, charred omelette. Pro-tip: Don't be frazzled by the lack of a menu. Name a category (eg: vegetable, fish, pork) and bossman will gladly recommend what's good!
Avg Price: RM20

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Torii gives TTDI residents an alternative to typical bars with their Japan-sourced whiskey and yakitori-style grub. Go on a palatable adventure with the gorgeously grilled Ox Tongue skewer (RM17) or opt for the safer but equally sinful Garlic Infused Skin (RM8) and Sirloin (RM15). These favourites will pair very well with the varied choices of Japanese whiskies, especially the popular Yamazaki 12 (RM99.90 per glass). In case you’re craving something more filling, the Autumn Risotto (RM27.90) topped with crab claw, and egg yolk is very tasty.
Avg Price: RM110

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Located on a further end of TTDI along Lorong Datuk Sulaiman, this cafe will surprise you with their unexpected flair for Mac And Cheese (RM12). Served in a small casserole, this affordable favourite might end up being your favourite late night guilty pleasure, considering its well-balanced flavours and just-right creamy texture. Top it off with additional beef bacon bits (RM2) for a little extra in every bite. Then, treat yourself to a Cold Brew (RM12) to wash it all down.
Avg Price: RM25

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After their long revamp, Hoofed reopens to a limited menu but fret not — the spacious restaurant still promises to satiate your late night pork cravings! Come in a group to share the Roast Pork Belly (RM19.90), then continue the porky streak with the Devil’s Hair Pasta (RM25), a sinful take on angel hair pasta with mounds of caramelised roast pork. If there’s space (there’s always space), sink your forks into the Apple Crumble (RM12) for a sweet finish.
Avg Price: RM40

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On a casual night out with friends, come to Dukes & Duchess for wine, beer and best of all, value-for-money dinner dishes. Get hunger pangs sorted with the Grilled Pork Chop (RM14) served with sweet apple slaw and fries. For those who need their grains for dinner, get the intensely flavoured Wild Boar Curry (RM14) served with either white rice or bread. Then, wind down with a glass of house pour wine (from RM23.90) while sharing a plate of crunchy East Coast Fish Keropok (RM9). Avg Price: RM40

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Designed to cater to cyclists who need a quick drink, The Grumpy Cyclist is well-equipped with showers, an in-house bike mechanic and expertly done coffee. Rejuvenate here after your night ride with a coffee (from RM6) — if you prefer, opt for the healthy alternative of almond milk (additional RM2). The Grumpy Cyclist also makes a mean hot chocolate (RM12), the perfect drink for your caffeine-free nightcap. Parking space (for bicycles) is aplenty so you don’t have to worry about your wheels going missing in the dark.
Avg Price: RM30

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A few shops away from The Grumpy Cyclist, d Legends is a hidden gem of a bar that only TTDI residents would know about. Head here for beers and Mexican-style grub! Start with the scrumptious Legendary Buffalo Wings (RM20), which give you good reason to get your hands dirty. Opt for Mild on the spice level, unless you intend to sweat out the rest of your night with the Insane. Tame any lingering flames with the Meaty Fries (RM15), moreish, delish straight-cut sticks of luncheon meat.
Avg Price: RM35

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